Explore the cultural landscapes of five countries situated along three legendary rivers—the Rhine, Maine, and the Danube—on this special cruise from Amsterdam to Budapest which features a choice of excursions and many World Heritage sites. 

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 Budapest, one of Europe's most beautiful cities, situated along the Danube River  Fisherman's Bastion, found on the Buda side of Budapest  View of the Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna Austria  The beautiful Strauss memorial in Vienna  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 Amsterdam to Budapest Featuring the Rhine, Main & Danube Rivers

16 days from $5,990

Explore the cultural landscapes of five countries situated along three legendary rivers—the Rhine, Maine, and the Danube—on this special cruise from Amsterdam to Budapest which features a choice of excursions and many World Heritage sites. 

or Call 855-330-1542

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Oct 3 - 18, 2020 Departure
Tim Blanning

Tim Blanning

Tim Blanning is Professor Emeritus of Modern European History at the University of Cambridge. A Fellow of the British Academy since 1990, Tim has published extensively on the political and cultural history of Europe in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Among his publications are The Culture of Power and the Power of Culture (2002), The Pursuit of Glory: Europe 1648-1815 (2007), The Triumph of Music (2008) and The Romantic Revolution (2010).  Tim's books have been translated into Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Hungarian, German, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Croatian and Arabic. His most recent book is a best-selling and prize-winning biography of Frederick the Great King of Prussia, published by Penguin/Random House. For his current project on the exciting if notorious Augustus ‘the Strong’ of Saxony and Poland he has expanded his area of expertise to include the Baltic countries and Eastern Europe.