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Grand Danube

14-Night cruise with 3 Nights Prague pre-cruise and 2 nights Brasov, 2 nights Bucharest post-cruise

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2019 & 2020 Departure Dates & Pricing

Bucharest to Prague - 22 days

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Prague to Bucharest - 22 days

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Ship - Amacerto

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Detailed Itinerary: Prague to Bucharest

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Day 1: PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

Arrive in Prague and transfer to your hotel. The balance of the day is free to start exploring this beautiful city.

Day 2: PRAGUE

Experience the wonders of Prague, considered one of Europe’s most attractive cities, on a city tour. Visit the UNESCO-designated historic city center with its many gems, including the Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square and the 1,000 year-old Prague Castle. Prefer a more active tour? Hike to the castle. (B)

Day 3: PRAGUE

Spend a day at leisure. (B)

Day 4: PRAGUE - REGENSBURG, GERMANY - VILSHOFEN (EMBARKATION DAY)

Depart from Prague via motorcoach and enjoy a stop in Regensburg. After a local highlights tour, drive to Vilshofen where you will board your ship. Later in the day, enjoy a festive Oktoberfest celebration. (B,D)

Day 5: VILSHOFEN

Enjoy a free morning to walk around the quaint village of Vilshofen. Later, cruise to Passau, where you have the opton of exploring it one of three ways. Take a walking tour and marvel at Gothic and Italian Baroque architecture and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Or choose between a guided bike tour along the Danube River or a guided hike up to the Veste Oberhaus fortress.. (B,L,D)

Day 6: LINZ

The ship arrives in Linz where you’ll have several choices of excursions. Opt for a full-day excursion to Salzburg where you’ll tour the historic center, Mirabell Gardens, Residenz Square and the Old Market. En route to Salzburg, stop at Mondsee, home of the Basilica St. Michael. Or join a morning walking tour through the old city center of Linz and by the Mozart House; or go on a bike tour of the city’s famed “Cultural Mile” and the Danube. During the afternoon, you have three more options. Choose a half-day excursion to Salzburg or take a scenic drive through the Austrian Lake District with a stop in St. Wolfgang. You can also choose to visit charming Český Krumlov, located just over the Czech-Austrian border. (B,L,D)

Day 7: WEISSENKIRCHEN, AUSTRIA

Head up to the Sun Deck for panoramic views as you unwind with a scenic cruise through the Strudengau and UNESCO-designated Wachau valleys. After reaching Weissenkirchen, you’ll be treated to several choices of excursions. Take a walking tour of Dürnstein before visiting the UNESCO-designated Melk Abbey. Or hike the trail up to the ruins of Durnstein Fortress, where Richard the Lionheart was once held captive, and where you’ll find spectacular views of the valley, river and village below. For a more culinary-focused experience, sample special apricot treats from a local boutique. In the evening, enjoy a wine tasting hosted by a local vintner. (B,L,D)

Day 8: VIENNA

The “City of Waltzes” is a treasure trove and your city tour showcases its regal splendors, including the majestic Opera House and the former Imperial Palace of the Habsburgs. Conclude your tour in the UNESCO-designated historic city center and visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral. For a more active exploration, take a guided bike ride to Klosterneuburg Monastery. During the afternoon, enjoy leisure time exploring this iconic city even more. (B,L,D)

Day 9: BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA

Host to the crowning ceremonies of 11 Hungarian kings and queens between 1536 and 1830, Bratislava certainly has earned the title “Coronation City of Kings,” as you’ll discover during your walking tour. Or join a special “Tastes of Slovakia” tour. For a more active adventure, hike up to Bratislava Castle, offering magnificent views of the city. (B,L,D)

Day 10: BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

You cannot help but fall in love with Budapest, known as the “Queen of the Danube.” Your city tour begins with a visit to the Great Market Hall. The remainder of this tour takes you to both the Buda (hilly) and the Pest (flat) sides of the river. Alternatively, hike up to Castle Hill for breathtaking views of the city. Cap the day off with a stunning illumination cruise and marvel at the sight of the Hungarian Parliament Building glowing against the night sky. (B,L,D)

Day 11: BUDAPEST

Tradition will be on full display in Puszta, the Great Hungarian Plain. Tour a genuine Hungarian csárda (farm) run by world-champion carriage-drivers. Afterwards, be treated to an unforgettable performance of horsemanship and then experience the Hungarians’ warm hospitality, along with a traditional lunch complete with authentic goulash. (B,L,D)

Day 12:MOHÁCS – PÉCS

Enjoy a scenic morning cruise to Mohács and then visit Pécs, founded more than 2,000 years ago by the Romans. Visit the UNESCOdesignated Christian Necropolis; St. Peter’s Basilica, the city’s main Catholic cathedral along with its catacombs; and Széchenyi Square, the heart of Old Town Pécs. You will also see the Mosque of Pasha Qasim the Victorious, one of the symbols of the city. Prefer to see the city on two wheels, join a bike tour; and for wine connoisseurs, you’ll want to go instead to the Szekszárd wine region, one of the oldest red-wine-growing areas in Hungary, established more than 2,000 years ago. (B,L,D)

Day 13: VUKOVAR, CROATIA - NOVI SAD, SERBIA

Vukovar is a Croatian symbol of resistance, which you’ll better understand on your city tour showcasing the Ovčara Memorial and Eltz Palace. Alternatively, choose a wine tasting in Ilok, a center of wine production since Roman times, where you’ll sample its famous Grasevina, Traminac and Frankovka wines. Back on board, cruise to Novi Sad, sometimes called the “Serbian Athens.” Discover Novi Sad on a walking tour to Dunavski Park and through Stari Grad, the Old Town center. If you prefer a more active exploration, join a guided biking tour or hike through Fruska Gora National Park. During the evening, visit Petrovaradin Fortress. (B,L,D)

Day 14: BELGRADE, SERBIA

Explore Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, on a city tour that includes the Kalemegdan Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St. Sava. Later, choose from three intriguing excursions. Visit the Royal Palace, the official residence of the Serbian Royal Family; and then tour the House of Flowers, the mausoleum of Marshal Tito, who became the first President of Yugoslavia. Or enjoy a taste of the region by sampling Serbian plum brandy, Šlivovitz, and delicious local delights at the Quburich Distillery. For those wishing a more active adventure, join a guided bike tour or hike to well-preserved Belgrade Fortress with its conical towers. (B,L,D)

Day 15:SCENIC CRUISNG THROUGH THE IRON GATES

The Iron Gates is one of Europe’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders. The Danube narrows as it winds through a series of magnificent gorges between the Carpathian and Balkan mountains. (B,L,D)

Day 16: VIDIN, BULGARIA

Explore Vidin, one of Bulgaria’s oldest cities, and surrounding areas with a choice of excursions. Discover Baba Vida Fortress, the largest preserved medieval castle in Bulgaria. Continue on to Belogradchik, one of Bulgaria’s natural wonders, where you can hike around its most spectacular rock formations. Alternatively, visit a local home for a demonstration of traditional Bulgarian yogurt and Banitsa, a pastry you will also get to make. You also have the choice to bike through Vidin and to the castle. (B,L,D)

Day 17: ROUSSE - GIURGIU, BUCHAREST

Visit Bulgaria’s ancient capital, Veliko Tarnovo, with its medieval fortress and multiple orthodox temples. You can opt instead to go to Rousse, known for its 19th- and 20th-century Neo-Baroque and Neo-Rococo architecture, and then afterwards visit the UNESCO-designated Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo with frescos revealing exceptional artistry of 14th-century paintings. Later in the day, travel through the Romanian countryside to the capital of Bucharest, known as the “Little Paris of the East.” Enjoy a panoramic tour of the historic city center and its elegant architecture, followed by a visit to the Palace of the Parliament, the second largest administrative building in the world. (B,L,D)

Day 18:GIURGIU (DISEMBARKATION DAY) - BRASOV, ROMANIA

Disembark the ship in Giurgiu and board a motorcoach to journey through the Romanian countryside to Bran, where you’ll visit Transylvania’s legendary Bran Castle, which is forever linked with the legend of Dracula. Afterwards, you'll travel to the lovely village of Brașov. Enjoy a tour of the town and then check into your hotel. (B)

Day 19: BRASOV - SIGHISOARA

Dracula lovers will be in for another treat with an excursion to Sighişoara, birthplace to Transylvania’s most notorious ruler, Vlad Ţepeş, also known as Vlad the Impaler, or Dracula. It’s hard to believe that this perfectly preserved UNESCO designated town filled with resplendent pastel-colored buildings, stone lanes, medieval towers and pedestrian-friendly Old Town was Vlad's place of birth. His home is still here, marked with a placard; however, today it houses a kitschy restaurant called “Casa Dracula.” (B)

Day 20: BRASOV - SINAIA - BUCHAREST

En route to Bucharest, stop in Sinaia to visit the enchanting Peleș Castle, considered by many to be one of the most stunning in Europe. Tour the castle, which was once the residence of the royal family. Later in the day, check into your hotel. (B)

Day 21: BUCHAREST

Bucharest, Romania’s capital, has earned its nickname, the “Little Paris of the East,” with its wide boulevards and Arc de Triomphe. Enjoy a visit to the city’s most impressive sites—including the historic city center and the Palace of the Parliament, second only to the Pentagon as the largest administrative building in the world. (B)

Day 22: BUCHAREST

Bid farewell to Burcharest as you prepare for your homeward flight. (B)

Departures & Pricing

Detailed Itinerary: Prague to Bucharest

Skip to Bucharest to Prague itinerary

Day 1: ARRIVE IN BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

Arrive in Bucharest and check-in to your hotel. The balance of the day is free to start exploring this beautiful city.

Day 2:BUCHAREST

Bucharest, Romania’s capital, has earned its nickname, the “Little Paris of the East,” with its wide boulevards and Arc de Triomphe. Enjoy a visit to the city’s most impressive sites—including the historic city center and the Palace of the Parliament. Or step back in history with a walking tour through Bucharest’s Old Town. (B)

Day 3: BUCHAREST - SINAIA - BRASOV

Check out of your Bucharest hotel and stop in Sinaia to visit the Peleș Castle, considered by many to be one of the most stunning castles in Europe. Tour the castle, which was once the residence of the royal family. Later in the day, transfer to Brasov and check into your hotel. (B)

Day 4: BRASOV - SIGHOSOARA

Dracula lovers will be in for another treat with an excursion to Sighişoara, birthplace to Transylvania’s most notorious ruler, Vlad Ţepeş, also known as Vlad the Impaler or Dracula. It’s hard to believe that this perfectly preserved UNESCO-designated town filled with resplendent pastel-colored buildings, stone lanes, medieval towers and pedestrian-friendly Old Town was Vlad's place of birth. His home is still here, marked with a placard; however, today it houses a kitschy restaurant called “Casa Dracula.” (B)

Day 5: BRASOV - GIURGIU, ROMANIA (EMBARKATION DAY)

Journey through the Romanian countryside via a motorcoach to Bran, where you’ll visit Transylvania’s legendary Bran Castle, which is forever linked with the legend of Dracula. Board your luxury ship in Giurgiu. (B, D)

Day 6:ROUSSE

Travel through the Romanian countryside to the capital of Bucharest, known as the “Little Paris of the East.” Enjoy a panoramic tour of the historic city center and its elegant architecture, followed by a visit to the Palace of the Parliament, the second largest administrative building in the world. Later in the day, visit Bulgaria’s ancient capital, Veliko Tarnovo, with its medieval fortress and multiple orthodox temples. You can opt instead to go to Rousse, known for its 19th- and 20th-century Neo-Baroque and Neo-Rococo architecture, and then afterwards visit the UNESCO-designated Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo with frescos revealing exceptional artistry of 14th-century paintings. (B,L,D)

Day 7: VIDIN

Explore Vidin, one of Bulgaria’s oldest cities, and surrounding areas with a choice of excursions. Discover Belogradchik, one of Bulgaria’s natural wonders, where you can hike around its most spectacular rock formations, and Baba Vida Fortress, the largest preserved medieval castle in Bulgaria overlooking the Danube. Alternatively, be welcomed into a local home for a demonstration and tasting of traditional Bulgarian yogurt and Banitsa, a delicious pastry with filo dough and cheese. Or you can choose to bike through Vidin for a more active adventure and see the castle. (B,L,D)

Day 8: IRON GATES

The Iron Gates are some of Europe’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders. The Danube narrows as it winds through a series of magnificent gorges between the Carpathian and Balkan mountains. The banks of the river dazzle with sheer-faced rocks that stretch high overhead along this natural border between Serbia and Romania. The ancient Serbian king Decebalus is proudly carved into the mountainside and always captivates travelers. (B,L,D)

Day 9:BELGRADE

Explore Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, on a city tour that includes the Kalemegdan Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St. Sava. Or visit the Royal Palace, the official residence of the Serbian Royal Family; and then tour the House of Flowers, the mausoleum of Marshal Tito, who became the first President of Yugoslavia. Or enjoy a taste of the region by sampling Serbian plum brandy, Šlivovitz, and delicious local delights at the Quburich Distillery and travel to Avala Mountain. Later in the day, for those wishing a more active adventure, join a guided bike tour or hike to well-preserved Belgrade Fortress with its conical towers. (B,L,D)

Day 10: NOVI SAK - ILOK

Enjoy a walking tour of Novi Sad to explore why some have called the city the “Serbian Athens.” You’ll see Dunavski Park and Stari Grad, the Old Town center. For a more active adventure, join a guided biking tour along the Strand and Danube Park, or a hiking tour to Petrovaradin Fortress. Alternatively, get hands-on with Vojvodina cuisine as you enjoy a lively demonstration and taste your culinary creation. Later in the day, tour the city of Vukovar, with its Franciscan Monastery, Church of St. Philip & Jacob and Eltz Castle, an 18th-century manor that holds the Vukovar City Museum. Or, travel to Ilok, a center of wine production since Roman times, and sample its famous Grasevina, Traminac and Frankovka wines. (B,L,D)

Day 11: PÉCS – MOHÁCS

Explore Pécs, founded more than 2,000 years ago by the Romans. Visit the UNESCO-designated Christian Necropolis; St. Peter’s Basilica, the city’s main Catholic cathedral along with its catacombs; and Széchenyi Square, the heart of Old Town Pécs. Active travelers will enjoy a guided bike ride along the Danube and through Danube-Drava National Park, a protected flood-plain known for its populations of black storks, white-tailed eagles and grey cattle, a national symbol of medieval Hungary. (B,L,D)

Day 12: BUDAPEST

Tradition will be on full display in Puszta, the Great Hungarian Plain. Tour a genuine Hungarian csárda (farm) run by the world-champion carriage drivers, the Lazar brothers. Afterwards, be treated to an unforgettable performance of Hungarian horsemanship and then experience the Hungarians’ warm hospitality, along with a traditional lunch complete with typical goulash. During the evening, be treated to a special Illuminations cruise past the capital’s glittering riverfront. (B,L,D)

Day 13: BUDAPEST

You cannot help but fall in love with Budapest, known as the “Queen of the Danube.” Your city tour begins with a visit to the Great Market Hall. The remainder of this tour takes you to both the Buda (hilly) and the Pest (flat) sides of the river. Alternatively, hike up to Castle Hill for breathtaking views of the city.

Day 14: BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA

Host to the crowning ceremonies of 11 Hungarian kings and queens between 1536 and 1830, Bratislava certainly has earned the title “Coronation City of Kings” as you’ll discover during your walking tour. Or savor local Slovakian craft beer at a local brew pub along with Slovakian snacks. For a more active adventure, hike up to Bratislava Castle, offering magnificent views of the city. (B,L,D)

Day 15: VIENNA

The “City of Waltzes” offers a treasure trove of gems and you have two ways to discover them. Join a city tour showcasing its regal splendors, including the majestic Opera House and the former Imperial Palace of the Habsburgs before concluding in Vienna’s historic city center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and then visiting St. Stephen’s Cathedral. For a more active exploration of the area, take a guided bike ride along the Danube and to Klosterneuburg Abbey, founded in 1114. (B,L,D)

Day 16: WEISSENKIRCHEN - GREIN

Explore one of Germany’s best preserved medieval cities, Regensburg, on a guided walking tour showcasing the city’s Be treated to several choices of excursions. Take a walking tour of Dürnstein before visiting the UNESCO-designated Melk Abbey. Or hike the trail up to the ruins of Durnstein Fortress, where Richard the Lionheart was once held captive, and where you’ll find spectacular views of the valley, river and village below. You can also choose to cycle through the Wachau Valley on a guided bike tour to Melk. For a more culinary-focused experience, sample wine and special apricot treats from a local boutique. Later in the day, head up to the Sun Deck for panoramic views as you unwind with a scenic cruise through the Strudengau and UNESCO-designated Wachau valleys. In the evening, head ashore in Grein for an exclusive castle visit complete with wine. (B,L,D)

Day 17: LINZ

The ship arrives in Linz where you’ll have several choices of excursions. Opt for a full-day excursion to Salzburg where you’ll tour the historic center, Mirabell Gardens, Residenz Square and the Old Market. En route to Salzburg, stop at Mondsee, home of the Basilica St. Michael. Or join a morning walking tour through the old city center of Linz and by the Mozart House; or go on a bike tour of the city’s famed “Cultural Mile” and the Danube. During the afternoon, you have three more options. Choose a half-day excursion to Salzburg or take a scenic drive through the Austrian Lake District with a stop in St. Wolfgang. You can also choose to visit charming Český Krumlov, located just over the Czech-Austrian border. (B,L,D)

Day 18:PASSAU, GERMANY

Discover the city of Passau in one of three ways. Enjoy a walking tour and marvel at Gothic and Italian Baroque architecture and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Or choose between a guided bike tour along the Danube River, or a guided hike up to the Veste Oberhaus fortress. Later, cruise to Vilshofen, where you will be treated to a festive Oktoberfest celebration – an AmaWaterways exclusive. (B,L,D)

Day 19: VILSHOFEN (DISEMBARKATION DAY) - REGENSBURG - PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

Depart the ship and drive to Regensburg, one of Germany’s best preserved medieval cities, which you’ll discover on a guided walking tour. After touring Regensburg, continue on to Prague. (B)

Day 20: PRAGUE

Discover Prague with a choice of a city tour or a castle hike. Both will reveal why Prague is considered one of Europe’s most attractive cities, with a historic city center that’s recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See all the key highlights, including the National Museum, Wenceslas Square, the 1,000-year-old Prague Castle and Old Market Square, where you will find the famous Astronomical Clock. (B)

Day 21: PRAGUE

Beer has a long and illustrious history in the Czech Republic with the first brewery known to have existed in 993. Pilsner Urquell was created in 1842, being the first pilsner ever made, whilst Budweiser came into being in the city of Budweis. Beer is a core part of the country’s national identity, so much so the Czechs are the biggest consumers of beer in the world. The country is home to more than 100 breweries with a combination of big names and micro establishments offering a huge range of styles, so join a Czech beer tasting and discover for yourself what makes the Czech’s beer some of the very best in the world. (B)

DAY 22: PRAGUE

Bid farewell to Prague and prepare for your homeward flight. (B)

Departures & Pricing

Advisements:

  • A valid passport is required for travel. Passports must be valid at least 6 months after the last day of travel.
  • Please check visa requirements with your local consulate(s); responsibility for obtaining visas rests with the traveler.
  • Guided bicycle tours are capacity crontolled
  • For reasons of navigation and passenger safety, the cruise operator and the Captain of the ship reserves the right to modify the itinerary of the cruise.

2019 and 2020 Departures

Start City
Rates are in $ USD and are PER PASSENGER sharing twin cabin.
From Prague
Program Start Date
Cruise Embarkation Date (from Nuremberg)
Ship
Cat. E - Lower Deck aft w/window
Cat D - Lower Deck fwd w/window
Cat C - Middle Deck aft & Upper Deck aft w/ french balcony
Cat BB - Middle Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. AB on Amamagna)
Cat BA - Upper Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. AA on Amamagna)
Cat AB - Middle Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. SB on Amamagna)
Cat AA - Upper Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. SA on Amamagna)
Cat AA+ Upper Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat GS on Amamagna)
Suite - Upper Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. OS on Amamagna)
May 9, 2019
May 12, 2019
Amacerto
$9,138
$9,736
$10,936
$11,936
$12,336
$12,736
$13,136
$14,336
$15,736
Jul 4, 2019
Jul 7, 2019
Amacerto
$9,138
$9,736
$10,936
$11,936
$12,336
$12,736
$13,136
$14,336
$15,736
Aug 1, 2019
Aug 4, 2019
Amacerto
$9,138
$9,736
$10,936
$11,936
$12,336
$12,736
$13,136
$14,336
$15,736
Aug 29, 2019
Sep 1, 2019
Amacerto
$9,738
$10,336
$11,536
$12,536
$12,936
$13,336
$13,736
$14,936
$16,336
Sep 26, 2019
Sep 29, 2019
Amacerto
$9,638
$10,236
$11,436
$12,436
$12,836
$13,236
$13,636
$14,836
$16,236
Oct 24, 2019
Oct 27, 2019
Amacerto
$8,538
$9,136
$10,336
$11,336
$11,736
$12,136
$12,536
$13,736
$15,136
Apr 9, 2020
Apr 12, 2020
Amacerto
$8,268
$8,866
$10,266
$11,266
$11,666
$12,066
$12,466
$13,666
$15,066
Apr 30, 2020
May 3, 2020
Amamagna
$9,468
$10,466
-
$13,266
$13,666
$15,466
$16,266
$23,466
$29,466
May 7, 2020
May 10, 2020
Amacerto
$9,268
$9,866
$11,266
$12,266
$12,666
$13,066
$13,466
$14,666
$16,066
May 28, 2020
May 31, 2020
Amamagna
$9,768
$10,766
-
$13,566
$13,966
$15,766
$16,566
$23,766
$29,766
Jul 16, 2020
Jul 19, 2020
Amaprima
$9,368
$9,966
$11,366
$12,366
$12,766
$13,166
$13,566
$14,766
$16,166
Aug 13, 2020
Aug 16, 2020
Amaprima
$9,468
$10,066
$11,466
$12,466
$12,866
$13,266
$13,666
$14,866
$16,266
Aug 27, 2020
Aug 30, 2020
Amacerto
$9,868
$10,468
$11,866
$12,866
$13,266
$13,666
$14,066
$15,266
$16,666
Sep 10, 2020
Sep 13, 2020
Amaprima
$9,968
$10,566
$11,966
$12,966
$13,366
$13,766
$14,166
$15,366
$16,766
Sep 24, 2020
Sep 27, 2020
Amacerto
$9,968
$10,568
$11,966
$12,966
$13,366
$13,766
$14,166
$15,366
$16,766
Oct 8, 2020
Oct 11, 2020
Amaprima
$9,468
$10,066
$11,466
$12,466
$12,866
$13,266
$13,666
$14,866
$16,266
Oct 22, 2020
Oct 25, 2020
Amacerto
$9,068
$9,666
$11,066
$12,066
$12,466
$12,866
$13,266
$14,466
$15,866
 
From Bucharest
Program Start Date
Cruise Embarkation Date (from Brasov)
Ship
Cat. E - Lower Deck aft w/window
Cat D - Lower Deck fwd w/window
Cat C - Middle Deck aft & Upper Deck aft w/ french balcony
Cat BB - Middle Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. AB on Amamagna)
Cat BA - Upper Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. AA on Amamagna)
Cat AB - Middle Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. SB on Amamagna)
Cat AA - Upper Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. SA on Amamagna)
Cat AA+ Upper Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat GS on Amamagna)
Suite - Upper Deck w/ twin balconies (Cat. OS on Amamagna)
May 22, 2019
May 26, 2019
Amacerto
$9,138
$9,736
$10,936
$11,936
$12,336
$12,736
$13,136
$14,336
$15,736
Jul 17, 2019
Jul 21, 2019
Amacerto
$9,138
$9,736
$10,936
$11,936
$12,336
$12,736
$13,136
$14,336
$15,736
Aug 14, 2019
Aug 18, 2019
Amacerto
$9,438
$10,036
$11,236
$12,236
$12,636
$13,036
$13,436
$14,636
$16,036
Sep 11, 2019
Sep 15, 2019
Amacerto
$9,738
$10,336
$11,536
$12,536
$12,936
$13,336
$13,736
$14,936
$16,336
Oct 9, 2019
Oct 13, 2019
Amacerto
$9,038
$9,636
$10,836
$11,836
$12,236
$12,636
$13,036
$14,236
$15,636
Nov 6, 2019
Nov 10, 2019
Amacerto
$8,138
$8,736
$9,936
$10,936
$11,336
$11,736
$12,136
$13,336
$14,736
Mar 25, 2020
Mar 29, 2020
Amacerto
$7,868
$8,466
$9,866
$10,866
$11,266
$11,666
$12,066
$13,266
$14,666
Apr 22, 2020
Apr 26, 2020
Amacerto
$8,868
$9,466
$10,866
$11,866
$12,266
$12,666
$13,066
$14,266
$15,666
May 13, 2020
May 17, 2020
Amamagna
$9,768
$10,766
-
$13,566
$13,966
$15,766
$16,566
$23,766
$29,766
May 20, 2020
May 24, 2020
Amacerto
$9,368
$9,966
$11,366
$12,366
$12,766
$13,166
$13,566
$14,766
$16,166
Jul 29, 2020
Aug 2, 2020
Amaprima
$9,368
$9,966
$11,366
$12,366
$12,766
$13,166
$13,566
$14,766
$16,166
Aug 12, 2020
Aug 16, 2020
Amacerto
$9,468
$10,066
$11,466
$12,466
$12,866
$13,266
$13,666
$14,866
$16,266
Aug 26, 2020
Aug 30, 2020
Amaprima
$9,868
$10,466
$11,866
$12,866
$13,266
$13,666
$14,066
$15,266
$16,666
Sep 9, 2020
Sep 13, 2020
Amacerto
$9,968
$10,566
$11,966
$12,966
$13,366
$13,766
$14,166
$15,366
$16,766
Sep 23, 2020
Sep 27, 2020
Amaprima
$9,968
$10,566
$11,966
$12,966
$13,366
$13,766
$14,166
$15,366
$16,766
Oct 7, 2020
Oct 11, 2020
Amacerto
$9,468
$10,066
$11,466
$12,466
$12,866
$13,266
$13,666
$14,866
$16,266
Oct 21, 2020
Oct 25, 2020
Amaprima
$9,068
$9,666
$11,066
$12,066
$12,466
$12,866
$13,266
$14,466
$15,866
Nov 4, 2020
Nov 8, 2020
Amacerto
$8,468
$9,066
$10,466
$11,466
$11,866
$12,266
$12,666
$13,866
$15,266
Important: Dates, prices & itineraries are subject to change.
Port Charges:Additional departures additional $364 per person (2019 departures); Additional $378 per person (2020 departures).
For Single Traveler: Single Supplement applies for Cruise: +50% of twin, for Suites +100% of twin, Single Supplement for Land: Please call for pricing.
For 14 nights Cruise Only (no Bucharest/Prague): Subtract $2,040 from above per person rates (2019 departures); Subtract $2,070 from above per person rates (2020 departures).
Please select your bedding configuration at the time of booking. The choices are: Choice A - Two twin beds; Choice B - One large bed (larger than queen size)
Transfers at Start of Program/End of Program are available for purchase. Please call for details.
Prices Include:
▪ 14 nights deluxe Danube cruise in selected cabin category
▪ Life enriching tours and excursions daily with personal headset included
▪ “Culinary Delights – Bites & Sights” excursions
▪ State-of-the-art Infotainment System in all staterooms featuring free high-speed Internet access, hit Hollywood movies, extensive music library & English language TV stations
▪ Complimentary Wi-Fi access on board
▪ Terry bathrobes and white-on-white plush bedding in all staterooms
▪ Gourmet dining with all meals included during your cruise
▪ Free-flowing red & white wines from Europe's great wine regions, beer & soft drinks with every dinner on board
▪ Bottled water in every stateroom replenished daily
▪ Cocktail Reception, Welcome Dinner & Captain's Gala Dinner
▪ Transfer from the ship in Vilshofen to the hotel in Prague
▪ 3 nights hotel accommodation in Prague at the InterContinental -or- Hilton Old Town (or similar), including daily buffet breakfast
▪ 3 nights hotel accommodation in Bucharest, including daily buffet breakfast
▪ Special highlights including lectures, theme dinners, cooking demonstration, onboard music performances and afternoon/evening piano music
▪ Bicycles to explore on your own & guided bicycle tours
▪ Services of professional Cruise Manager
▪ All English Language onboard in a non-smoking Environment (smoking permitted only on the Sun Deck)
▪ All local Taxes 
 
Prices Do Not Include:
▪ Individual arrival and departure (airfare; transfers)
▪ Travel Insurance
▪ Port charges
▪ Gratuities
▪ Personal Expenses

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