Begin this fascinating journey in Bucharest, Romania, with an overnight excursion to Transylvania. Sail to the mouth of the Danube River where it flows into the Black sea, visit the Danube Delta, and then sail westward to Nuremburg, Germany, and end your vacation with three nights in fascinating Prague, Czech Republic.In Transylvania, visit Bran Castle of Dracula fame, enjoy guided sightseeing of Brasov and visit Peles Castle in Sinaia—considered one of the most beautiful in Europe. In Romania’s lively capital, Bucharest, you’ll see the Arc de Triomphe—built in honor of WWI soldiers—and the historical Royal Palace Square. Travel to Fetesti and set sail for the mouth of the Danube River and visit the best-preserved of Europe’s deltas. Enjoy guided sightseeing in Constanta and Bulgaria’s ancient capital of Veliko Tarnovo. Visit the Ethnographical Museum and Church of the Nativity in Arbanassi; take pictures of Belogradchik’s eclectic rock formations and the spectacular scenery of the Iron Gates. A local expert introduces you to Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, home of the world’s largest Orthodox Church. In Pecs, Hungary, visit the Underground Tombs, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Budapest, Hungary’s lively capital, has eight bridges connecting Buda on the right with Pest on the left, and you’ll want to walk across Chain Bridge, a symbol of the city. In Vienna, Austria’s magical capital, revel in the sights of Hofburg Palace, the Vienna Opera House, and many more. In Melk, Austria, visit the magnificent 11th-century Benedictine Abbey and enjoy a tasting of the Wachau Valley’s famous wines. There’s guided sightseeing in Passau, Regensburg, and Nuremberg, and you’ll get a taste of German sausages and beer.Your Danube River cruise vacation concludes in the “Golden City” of Prague, one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval cities. See the many historical treasures, such as Old Town’s Astronomical Clock, built in 1410, and once the envy of all Europe.
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