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Across Europe

Across Europe along three rivers that could not be more different but which join neatly up with each other to form a really lengthy whole:

As a result of the building of the Rhine-Main-Danube canal, which links the 3,500-plus kilometres of river, the stretch from Amsterdam down to Budapest can be easily and continuously cruised. Europe’s most beautiful cities standing astride these exciting waterways are waiting for you to discover them.


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Spanning 2,000 kilometers across Europe, from Amsterdam at the North Sea to Budapest the “Queen of the Danube”, the castles lining the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers are testaments to the majesty of European history. The beauty of the Rhine with its castles and cathedral cities, the engineering feat of the Main-Danube canal and the wonders of the Danube River are all highlights along the way....

Amsterdam → Budapest

15 Days

from C$ 6,215.00

Amsterdam – the Venice of the North

Year after year this vibrant, fun-loving city attracts and delights countless visitors with its charms and unique sights. It’s hard to think of any other major European city which is as varied as this impressive city, with its numerous canals, narrow winding streets and curious business premises. Particularly worth seeing are, above all, the Van Gogh Museum and Rijks Museum, the Anne Frank House, the numerous Amsterdam sacred buildings and the beautifully laid out city parks and gardens. An absolute must on a visit to Amsterdam is going on a canal tour, taking you through the narrow network of canals and giving you a unique perspective of this really beautiful city.

Famous cathedral city of Cologne

The wonderful Rhine metropolis of Cologne really has a lot to offer! The fourth biggest city in Germany, with more than a million inhabitants, can look back on an eventful past. Numerous buildings, providing evidence of the Roman colony which Cologne once was, have been preserved to this day, and many of them can be seen in the city’s Römisch-Germanisches Museum. It houses one very special exhibit: the Dionysus Mosaic, more than 70m2 in size, was unearthed in 1941 when excavating an air-raid shelter and is now accessible to visitors to the museum.

But you should, of course, also visit the city’s landmark, the impressive Cologne Cathedral. This magnificent building is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world and, with a height of 157.38 metres (516 feet), is the second highest church building in Europe.

Vienna – magnificent metropolis

Succumb to Vienna’s magical charms and experience at first hand the Austrian capital’s numerous sights, its impressive buildings and monuments. At the heart of the vibrant inner city you’ll also find, in addition to the lively pedestrian zone and the wide range of shopping facilities, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, a world-famous cultural treasure and city landmark. Magnificent and hugely impressive buildings dating from many different eras are situated on the Ringstrasse, such as the Hofburg (Imperial Palace), the Parliament Building and the Staatsoper (State Opera). Schloss Schönbrunn (Schönbrunn Palace) with its glorious, extensive parklands is also without doubt one of the most beautiful buildings in Vienna: Maria Theresa’s former imperial residence and its gardens were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.