GEMS OF SOUTHEAST EUROPE

Enjoy a 7 night cruise in elegantly appointed accommodations through Budapest to Giurgiu and more.  Incredible land programs available.
May 30 – June 6, 2021

2021/05/30 06:00:00

7 NIGHT CRUISE ABOARD THE AMABELLA from $3,204 per person

TOUR INCLUDES

INCLUDED – Cruise Features

  • 7-night cruise in elegantly appointed accommodations
  • Port taxes and gratuities for cruise portion
  • Fine dining, including unlimited complimentary hand-selected wines, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner on board
  • Sip & Sail cocktail hour with complimentary wine, beer, spirits and soft drinks
  • Welcome Cocktail, Welcome Dinner, La Chaîne des
    Rôtisseurs Dinner, Captain’s Cocktail and Gala Dinner
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access on board
  • Small group guided shore excursions with a variety of choices and activity levels, including Special Interest, hiking and biking tours
  • Live local entertainment
  • Professionally trained Wellness Host leading a variety of exercise classes
  • Services of a professional Cruise Manager
  • PRICE PER PERSON: Please see Pricing grid on Registration Page

OPTIONAL LAND PROGRAMS :

  • PRE-CRUISE: 2 nights hotel in Vienna at the Intercontinental Vienna (or similar), including daily breakfast and city tour
  •  Transfer from Vienna to the ship in Budapest
    • Price Per Person Double occupancy $600 | Single occupancy $900
  • POST-CRUISE: 3 nights hotel in Istanbul, including
    daily breakfast and city tour
    • Price Per Person Double occupancy $1,499 | Single occupancy $2,399

GEMS OF SOUTHEAST EUROPE TOUR ITINERARY

Sunday, May 30

Budapest

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY. EMBARKATION

Monday, May 31

MOHÁCS – PÉCS

MOHÁCS – PÉCS. Enjoy a scenic morning cruise to Mohács. You’ll then visit 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. You will also see the Mosque of Pasha Qasim the Victorious, one of the symbols of the city. Or for wine connoisseurs, you’ll want to go to the Szekszárd wine region, one of the oldest red-wine-growing areas in Hungary, established more than 2,000 years ago. You may also take an exhilarating guided bike tour around Mohács.

Tuesday, Jun 1

Vukovar | Ilok | Novi Sad

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 Castle. 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, a mighty stronghold no enemy has ever breached.

Wednesday, Jun 2

Belgrade

BELGRADE.Explore Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, on a city tour, which includes the Kalemegdan Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St. Sava. 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. Alternatively, you can enjoy a taste of the region by sampling Serbian plum brandy, Šlivovitz, and delicious local delights at the Quburich Distillery. Later in the afternoon, for those wishing a more active adventure, join a guided bike tour or hike to Belgrade Fortress.r

Thursday, Jun 3

Iron Gates

SCENIC CRUISING 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, forming a natural border between Serbia and Romania. The ancient King Decebalus, the last king of Dacia, is proudly carved into the mountainside and always captivates travelers.

Friday, Jun 4

Vidin 

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.

Saturday, Jun 5

Rousse

ROUSSE – GIURGIU, ROMANIA. 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.

Sunday, Jun 6

Giurgiu

GIURGIU – DISEMBARKATION

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