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Danube Delta Odyssey

17 Days   |  Budapest, Vukovar, Iron Gates, Rousse, Danube Delta, Iron Gates, Belgrade, Novi Sad, Mohacs, Kalocsa, Esztergom, Bratislava, Melk, Weissenkirchen, Vienna.

From £2,999 pp

Wildlife, dramatic gorges and a wealth of charming towns, see Europe’s most unspoilt delta on this exciting cruise.

Gems of Southeast Europe

8 Days   |  Budapest, Mochacs, Vukovar, Llok, Novi Sad, Belgrade, Iron Gates, Vidin, Rousse, Giurgiu

From £1,960 pp

Traverse the dramatic narrow gorge known as the Iron Gates, then cruise along the Romanian-Bulgarian border. Visit Vidin, Belogradchik and Veliko Tarnovo before disembarking your cruise in Romania.

Save 25% on selected 2019 dates.

Romantic Danube

8 Days   |  Vilshofen, Passau, Salzburg, Linz, Weissenkirchen, Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest

From £1,540 pp

Framed by rolling hillsides, lush vineyards, and medieval castles, the Danube River has captivated musicians, artists and poets throughout the centuries.

Save upto 25% on selected cruises

Grand Danube Cruise

15 Days   |  Nuremberg, Regensburg, Passau, Linz, Melk, Wachau Valley, Vienna, Budapest, Mahacs, Vukovar, Llok, Novi Sad, Belgrade, Iron Gates, Vidin, Rousse, Giurgiu

From £4,550 pp

Travel to legendary destinations on a 14-night cruise, on which you will savor Wachau Valley wines, experience the beauty and history of Vienna and Budapest, and traverse the narrow Iron Gates.

Romantic Danube at New Year

8 Days   |  Vilshofen, Passau, Salzburg, Linz, Weissenkirchen, Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest

From £2,310 pp

Framed by rolling hillsides, lush vineyards, and medieval castles, the Danube River has captivated musicians, artists and poets throughout the centuries.

Iconic Christmas Markets

8 Days   |  Nuremberg, Regensburg, Passau, Melk, Vienna, Budapest

From £1,960 pp

Celebrate the magic of the holiday season with a festive journey along the Danube River.

Hungary was formed by Magyar tribes over 1,000 years ago; it has survived wars and occupations by many other nations, which is probably why its national anthem describes Hungarians as people “torn by fate.” Hungary has contributed much to the arts and sciences. The capital,Budapest, is a fascinating city, experience the splendor of Budapest, widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, as you sail along the Danube River into the city.

Budapest
The “Queen of the Danube,” in part because of the way the city hugs the banks of the river, Budapest is an enchanting city that vibrantly mixes East and West, medieval and modern. Made up of two parts—Buda (the hills) and Pest (the flatlands)—and divided by the Danube, and the Chain Bridge linking Buda and Pest. Budapest is Eastern Europe’s liveliest and most cosmopolitan city.

Esztergom
One of Hungary’s oldest towns, a royal capital during medieval times and today the seat of the country’s archbishop. Esztergom is famous for its enormous neoclassical basilica, standing sentinel over the Danube on the border with Slovakia, and boasting one of the world’s largest altarpieces and a wealth of priceless religious artefacts.

Kalocsa & Pecs
Kalocsa, a city whose 1,000-year-old lore swirls with tales of warlike bishops, saintly kings, rampaging Ottomans and Magyar heroes. Among its fine buildings you’ll discover an impressive Baroque cathedral and the grand Archbishop’s Palace, with its Ceremonial Hall displaying a replica of the Hungarian holy crown.

Puszta
Hungary’s Great Plain, a hauntingly atmospheric prairie whose spirit is burnt into the Magyar soul. Stretching as far as the eye can see, it is home to villages seemingly frozen in time, while Hungarian grey cattle, spiral-horned sheep and buffalo graze on its pastures. The Puszta is also famed for its horses, visit an equestrian farm to watch a performance by some of the region’s most skilled riders.

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