Explore historic cities, charming river towns, and scenic landscapes of the Rhine, Main, and Danube Rivers on this delightful Fall cruise aboard the Amadeus Silver II. Enjoy opportunities to customize your journey with a choice of cultural and active excursions in most ports from Budapest to Amsterdam.

Starting at: $4,990 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Budapest, one of Europe's most beautiful cities, situated along the Danube River  Fisherman's Bastion, found on the Buda side of Budapest  The village of Durnstein, along the Wachau Valley, Austria  Interior of Melk Abbey, the renowned Benedictine monastery overlooking the Danube  The beautiful rococo design of St. Stephan's Cathedral in Passau  Hilltop medieval castle overlooking the Rhine River near Oberwesel  The idyllic Rhine River, near Kaub  City of Cologne, showcasing the High Gothic cathedral   The picturesque town of Bamberg  Bikes along the canal, Amsterdam  Traditional Dutch landscape of countryside, windmills, and bicycles  Vermeer's <i>The Milkmaid</i> in Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum. Credit: Frans Lemmens/Alamy

Voyage Through Europe

From Budapest to Amsterdam Featuring the Rhine, Main & Danube Rivers Aboard the Amadeus Silver II

16 days from $4,990

Explore historic cities, charming river towns, and scenic landscapes of the Rhine, Main, and Danube Rivers on this delightful Fall cruise aboard the Amadeus Silver II. Enjoy opportunities to customize your journey with a choice of cultural and active excursions in most ports from Budapest to Amsterdam.

or Call 855-330-1542

Oct 13 - 28, 2018 Departure
Thomas Emmert

Thomas Emmert

Thomas Emmert, professor emeritus at Gustavus Adolphus College, is a historian of Central and Eastern Europe with a research focus on the former Yugoslavia. Professor Emmert has also had visiting appointments at the University of Zagreb, the University of Minnesota, and Stanford University. He received his B.A. in history from St. Olaf College and his Ph.D. in Balkan and Russian history from Stanford University. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, he has been awarded research fellowships from the Fulbright Program, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research. His publications include Serbian Golgotha: Kosovo, 1389 (1990) and, most recently, The Scholars' Initiative: Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies (2009), a collaborative project of scholars from around the world dedicated to providing an objective analysis of what happened to Yugoslavia at the end of the 20th century. Professor Emmert has taught American undergraduates in semester programs in Zagreb and Berlin and has accompanied several educational trips to southeastern Europe.