Capitals of Eastern Europe

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Explore Lesser-known Treasures

Discover “The City of Waltzes," Austria’s elegant capital and European center of classical music. In Bratislava, view grand palaces from the Hapsburg era and delve into Budapest’s vibrant culture. Be captivated by lesser-known gems as you visit towns and cities across the Balkans. Explore Bucharest’s old-world charm, and tree-lined boulevards and witness its socialist architecture. With visits to five capital cities, this 17-day voyage is sure to inspire.

  • 97828
  • River
  • 28 Aug 23
  • Vienna
  • Bucharest
  • -
  • 14 Apr 24, 18 Aug 24
  • 30 Apr 24, 03 Sep 24
  • 16 nights
  • Cruise Only

  • Vienna, Austria, Bratislava, Budapest, Mohacs, Hungary, Croatia, Novi Sad, Serbia, Belgrade, Donji Milanovac, Vidin, Bulgaria, Pleven, Constanta, Romania, Bucharest

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Day 1

Transfer to your ship, settle into your stateroom, and immerse yourself in Vienna's rich musical history, breathtaking architecture, and delightful cafés.

Day 2

Vienna's coffeehouses, an artful and cherished tradition, transform the city into a haven of indulgence, where time and space are savored alongside the exquisite coffee and pastries.

Day 3

Vienna's Baroque facades, imperial palaces, and cultural landmarks, including the Hofburg Palace, MuseumsQuartier, and renowned music venues, embody the city's rich Habsburg heritage.

Day 4

Discover Bratislava's restored baroque palaces, charming squares, and the picturesque setting of its castle, while cruising through the scenic Danube Bend with its idyllic farmland, ancient castles, and enchanting villages.

Day 5

Budapest, Hungary's enchanting capital, captivates with its riverside beauty, blending traditional Buda and modern Pest, offering stunning architecture, thermal spas, and a captivating night scene with the Chain Bridge as its dramatic centerpiece.

Day 6

Budapest's captivating Old Town features a medieval patchwork of narrow streets, colorful houses, and iconic landmarks like Matthias Church, Fisherman's Bastion, and the grand Buda Castle, steeped in centuries of Hungarian history.

Day 7

Mohács, known for its Busójárás Carnival and poignant history, witnessed the Battle of Mohács, a significant event in Hungarian history, with the Mohács Visitor Center preserving the memory of the battle and its tragic aftermath.

Day 8

Vukovar's archeological park highlights the ancient Vučedol culture, while its turbulent history during the Yugoslav Wars is now reflected in restored buildings. Ilok is famous for its vineyards, Roman remains, and the magnificent Ilok Castle with panoramic views of the Danube.

Day 9

Novi Sad, Serbia's vibrant European Capital of Culture, captivates with its Petrovaradin Fortress, picturesque Stari Grad neighborhood, lively cafés, museums, and notable art collections showcasing Serbian culture and history.

Day 10

Belgrade, Serbia's ancient and resilient capital, boasts a rich history, iconic Kalemegdan Fortress, Orthodox churches, Turkish baths, lush parkland, and the impressive Church of St. Sava.

Day 11

Discover the hidden treasure of Donji Milanovac, gateway to Djerdap National Park and the ancient Mesolithic site of Lepenski Vir, while sailing through the breathtaking Iron Gate gorge with its stunning limestone cliffs, ancient ruins, and monumental sculptures.

Day 12

Vidin, one of Bulgaria's oldest towns, boasts the fully preserved medieval castle of Babini Vidini Kuli, along with enchanting architecture and a reputation for fine wines, while maintaining its agricultural and trade significance.

Day 13

Pleven, a historic Bulgarian stronghold amidst limestone hills, is a treasure trove of architectural and cultural landmarks, with a rich Ottoman and trade history, and is now a thriving economic center in Northern Bulgaria.

Day 14

Constanța, a historically rich city on the Black Sea, delights with its boardwalk showcasing the iconic Constanța Casino, the majestic Grand Mosque with its panoramic views, and the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, an architectural masterpiece in Romanian-style design.

Day 15

Disembark and transfer to Bucharest, Romania's cultural capital, adorned with elegant boulevards, picturesque gardens, the charming Lipscani district, and the colossal Palace of Parliament, before checking in at your hotel.

Day 16

Bucharest, a city transformed by communism, showcases imposing socialist architecture alongside art nouveau buildings, ancient churches, and renowned museums, inviting exploration on foot.

Day 17

Bucharest captivates with the exquisite Brancovan architecture of Stavropoleos Monastery, renowned choir, and Byzantine music book collection, while its charming Old Town houses quaint eateries and hidden treasures, making it a city of culinary delights and regeneration.


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