Overview Gems of Southeast Europe (Taste of Christmas)


7- Night Cruise

CRUISE FROM : Budapest to Giurgiu

Season's greetings from the breathtaking Lower Danube, whose natural beauty and rich histories inspire wonder in travelers worldwide! Celebrate the holidays aboard one of the most elegantly decorated ships on the Danube, visiting historic sites and cultural events free from the holiday crowds. Celtic fortifications, medieval towns, and grand cities, along with the natural beauty of pastoral landscapes and the Danube’s famed Iron Gates, showcase the best of eastern Europe. Wine connoisseurs will have a chance to taste history from the centuries-old wine-growing hills dating back to the Romans in Croatia. On your exploration of Europe’s grandest cities, keep your eye out for Christmas Markets that delight locals and world travelers alike.

Note: Select Christmas Markets will be open during select departures and may vary. For full details and dates, visit the tourism website for each city.

COUNTRIES: Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Romania

RIVERS: Danube

Gems of Southeast Europe (Taste of Christmas) At A Glance

On our river cruises, you will enjoy an extensive lineup of included tours. In many cases, you will have a choice of excursions, such as standard tours, bike tours, hikes and Special Interest Tours. We always include a large variety of activities so that you can choose how you want to explore. No matter your preference, your days will be full of discovery and wonder.
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Itinerary is subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please refer to the itinerary schedule provided with your final documents.

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