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Your Journey Begins
Board your overnight flight to Europe (please ask about our great deals).
Welcome to Prague
Arrive at Prague Václav Havel Airport, where you will be transferred to your hotel. Transfers are available between 05:00 & 17:00.
Prague, City of a Hundred Spires
Prague has been a centre of arts, commerce and politics for a thousand years. Mozart wrote his famous Prague Symphony here. The Habsburgs made it their capital for several centuries, drawing scientists and artists from all over Europe. You have the choice to enjoy a panoramic tour of the beautiful “City of Spires,” including the Prague Castle district. Or you can explore the Josefov district associated with the writer Franz Kafka.
Join your Cruise
Transfer to your Uniworld boutique cruise ship, the River Ambassador, to begin your exploration of the mighty Danube.
Cruising the Main-Danube Canal, Nuremberg
(Relaxed Start) Head ashore in Nuremberg for a panoramic tour of the city. Alternatively, you can take a guided tour of the significant WWII sites, including Courtroom 600, the venue for the historic Nuremberg Trials. In the evening, enjoy a Captain's Welcome Reception and Gala Dinner. Note: Courtroom 600 is an active court. Visitors will only be permitted to see the courtroom during trial breaks.
Regensburg is one of Europe's best-preserved medieval towns, and your walking discovery tour provides a concise overview of its fascinating 2,000-year history. For a different perspective, explore sites associated with Germany's oldest Jewish community, dating back more than a thousand years, or choose to tour the state-of-the-art BMW factory.
Deggendorf (Theresienthal), cruising the Danube River, Straubing
Board a traditional horse-drawn wagon through Deggendorf, the gateway to the magical Bavarian Forest. En route to a Theresienthal glass manufactory, enjoy freshly baked bread and schnapps. Perhaps bicycle along the Danube to Straubing, where you will meet up with your fellow travellers and explore the local brewing traditions or experience daily life in this enchanting town.
You have three ways to experience Passau — strolling with a Local Expert through the medieval lanes lined with baroque buildings; taking a panoramic tour and a short walk through the heart of the charming city; or going active by cycling along the Danube's riverside bike path and through Passau's Old Town.
Cruising the Wachau Valley (Weissenkirchen or Melk)
After a scenic cruise through the spectacular Wachau Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you'll arrive in Weissenkirchen to enjoy a day full of wonderful activities - choose to stroll through the village, sample apricot-infused delicacies, experience a 'Go Active' hike through a vineyard and taste the local wines. Or, you can visit Melk's 900-year-old abbey, a significant centre of learning for many centuries and home to the extraordinary library that inspired the novel The Name of the Rose. In the evening, enjoy a Captain's Celebration Reception and Gala Dinner.
Choose to enjoy a stroll to the State Opera House for a guided tour of one of the most prestigious opera houses in the world. Alternatively, view the Gustav Klimt exhibit at the Belvedere, a remarkable collection that includes his most famous painting—The Kiss.
Join your tour
After breakfast, disembark your ship and transfer to your hotel in Vienna. In the evening, join your Tour Director for a Welcome Reception and a pleasant evening of dinner and wine.
Exploring Stately Vienna
Join a Local Expert for a private tour of Maria Theresa's Schönbrunn Palace and formal gardens. Then get your cameras ready for a drive around the famous Ring Road. This grand boulevard, built along the lines of the old city walls, showcases many of the capital's architectural masterpieces, including the Hofburg Imperial Residence and Parliament building.
Maribor and the Capital City of Ljubljana
In the morning, cross the border into Slovenia and journey to its second largest city, Maribor. After spending time in this charming location, head to the ‘beloved' city of Ljubljana.
Exploring ‘Lovable’ Ljubljana
(Relaxed Start) A Local Expert will reveal the Baroque elegance of the Slovenian capital. The medieval castle stands as ancient guardian, the City Hall and Cathedral of St. Nicholas testify to its historical importance, while the Triple Bridge spans the river adorned with cafés and restaurants. Spend time in the glorious Central Market, rich with the heady aromas of fresh fruits, vegetables, cheese, meat and spices. Your Local Expert will share insights into some of the Slovenian delicacies on display. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure. In the evening, you are invited to choose from a selection of restaurants on your Dine-Around evening.
Zagreb’s Twin Towns
(Relaxed Start) Journey into Croatia and on to the country's capital, Zagreb. On arrival, guided sightseeing will take you through the squares of the Lower Town to the cathedral. Then walk through the medieval Upper Town to see the Stone Gate, St. Mark's Church and Lotrščak Tower.
Zagreb at Leisure
(Relaxed Start) A free day to relax and enjoy a city that is bursting with culture. Perhaps spend time exploring one of the many museums or browsing the shops in the Lower Town (Donji grad) area.
On to Plitvice National Park
(Relaxed Start) Journey south to visit one of Europe's great natural wonders. A Local Expert will lead you through zig-zagging timber footbridges and the crystal blue-green beauty of Plitvice National Park; a scenic wonderland of 16 interconnecting lakes, flanked by waterfalls and primeval forest. Visit Korana Canyon to see the 70-meter-high falls and Tomicevo Pogledalo for spectacular panoramic views.
Along the Dalmatian Coast to Split
The green forests give way to pebble-dashed shores lapped by turquoise waters as you travel to Trogir, a historic town founded by the Greeks in 400BC. Admire the cathedral and Renaissance Cipiko Palace before continuing to the historic port of Split. 1,700 years ago, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace here and today it forms the nucleus of the old town. A Local Expert will lead you through the labyrinthine streets and arcaded squares to see St. Duje's, (originally Diocletian's Mausoleum), the Temple of Jupiter (today, a baptistery) and the Golden Gate, before venturing underground.
(Relaxed Start) A full free day to explore Split and see Dalmatian life as it's really lived. Always buzzing, this lively city has just the right balance of tradition and modernity. In the evening, don't miss the opportunity to have dinner in a traditional 'Konoba'.
Sarajevo, the City of Culture
In the morning, cross the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina and and stop with at the small town of Medjugorje. A now famous religious site due to six children, who claim to have seen visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Continue to Sarajevo, a town with a turbulent past - in 1914 it was the site of the assassination that sparked WWI and more recently, it endured the longest siege in modern military history.
Morning sightseeing with a Local Expert introduces you to the Sarajevo War Tunnels Museum, housing part of the secret tunnel that was the city's lifeline during the Bosnian war. Talk to one of the survivors, for whom the siege of Sarajevo remains a defining moment in his life. You will also see the Latin Bridge where Austrian Crown Prince, Franz Ferdinand, was assassinated. Continue to the Baščaršija, the cobbled old town market where Sarajevo was founded by the Ottomans in the 15th century. In the afternoon, relax during free time.
Mostar and Dubrovnik
Journey to Mostar and with a Local Expert, walk across the famous Stari Most (Old Bridge), reconstructed after being almost completely destroyed during the war. The cobbled old town stretches on both sides of the bridge and is filled with shops selling Turkish-style souvenirs. Cross the border, back into Croatia and journey to the walled town of Dubrovnik. On arrival, join a Local Expert to explore the stone-paved streets inside the 16th century bastions of the old town. See Onofrio's Fountain and the Rector's Palace, as well as the Franciscan and Dominican monasteries.
Optional Montenegro Experience
(Relaxed Start) In the morning, there is an optional visit to Montenegro. Start with Kotor, situated on the only fjord on the Adriatic coast. Capture forever on film one of the most beautiful parts of the bay, and learn some of the compelling history of this area. Then head to the picturesque town of Budva where there is free time for lunch before returning to Dubrovnik. The rest of the day is at leisure. In the evening, sit back and enjoy a relaxing cruise around the fabled bay of Dubrovnik. The mighty city walls rise straight from the cliffs that once upon a time were part of yet another island of the Adriatic. Enjoy a typical Dalmatian coast dinner, washed down with local drinks - wine and grappa being the most famous. Then moor in the old town harbour for another look at Dubrovnik (weather permitting).
Your tour draws to a close after breakfast. Departure transfers arrive at Dubrovnik Airport at 09:00 and 11:30.
Most Insight trips already include a host of bonus highlights and comprehensive sightseeing. There may also be an exciting array of Optional Experiences which will turn an already amazing experience into the trip of a lifetime! These are entirely optional and can be booked through your Travel Director/Local Representative at the commencement of your trips. Please note, many Optional Experiences are operated by independent third party suppliers, not Insight Vacations. The Optionals and pricing listed here are a guideline only and subject to change.
Drive southward along the coast into Montenegro and the pretty town of Kotor, situated on the Adriatic's only fjord, listed with UNESCO world heritage sites. Visit one of the most beautiful parts of the bay, and learn some of the compelling history of the area. Then a short ferry ride whisks you across the bay on your way back to Dubrovnik.
Adult Price: EUR 55.00
Drive through the pretty Slovenian countryside to the tranquil shores of Lake Bled. Surrounded by stunning views of the Julian Alps, an oarsman steers his traditional wooden 'pletna' across the turquoise glacial waters towards the tiny island that rises in the middle. Ascend the 99 stone steps to the pilgrimage church where the famous “wishing bell” has been ringing out since 1534. After making your wish, enjoy coffee and a delicious pastry by the lake, followed by some free time for unforgettable photo-ops!
Adult Price: EUR 54.00
Deep beneath the Slovenian Karst lies a magnificent underground world of limestone caves. Shaped by nature over millions of years, this UNESCO World Heritage site is visited by thousands every year. During your 90 minute guided tour, you’ll travel by electric mini-train through a maze of mysterious corridors before exploring the vast limestone caverns by foot.
Adult Price: EUR 48.00
A unique and rewarding insight into the local way of life. Small groups of 5 or 6 guests are invited into a Sarajevan family home for a dinner with drinks. Savour the warm hospitality and authentic cuisine as you hear inspirational stories about their culture and recent struggles.
Adult Price: EUR 49.00
For centuries Sarajevo has been a place where East meets West, where different peoples and religions lived side-by-side. Start with a guided visit of the biggest Mosque in the Balkans. Enjoy a light lunch in the old Bascarsija quarter before visiting Brusa Bezistan to see the legacy of tolerance and how Sefardies found a new home in Sarajevo after expulsion from Spain. Then a unique experience! Learn how the locals prepare and drink Turkish coffee - a real ceremony in this part of the world. They even have a word for pleasure it derives - coffee with ceif!
Adult Price: EUR 38.00
For the authentic Dalmatian cuisine experience, dinner in a traditional ‘konoba’ (stone daylight basement), is a must. Friendly staff serve a variety of seafood or meat, accompanied by good local wine and entertaining Dalmatian musicians. A night to make you fall in love with the tastes and flavours of the Adriatic.
Adult Price: EUR 51.00
A stunning day exploring Brač, the largest island of Dalmatia and a place of stunning beauty, nature and history. Enjoy a picturesque sail across turquoise blue waters to arrive at Supetar, the biggest town on the island. Upon arrival we journey up to Vidova Gora, the island's highest peak for magnificent views of Brač and nearby island Hvar and the stunning Adriatic coastline. We continue with a visit to Skrip, the island’s oldest settlement with megalithic walls dating from the 12th-century B.C. Then, we'll learn about traditional olive oil-making and enjoy an tasting before a light home-made lunch of local specialties.
Adult Price: EUR 67.00
Journey through beautiful rolling countryside of the Zagorje region to the charming village of Kumrovec. Visit the simple peasant house of the late Marshal Tito for a local perspective into this region's complicated and bloody history. The surrounding properties have been restored to represent village life of some 100 years ago. Later, enjoy a home-made meal with drinks in a picturesque restaurant much favoured by the locals. Magnificent views of the rolling, vine-clad hills and Veliki Tabor Castle come as a bonus!
Adult Price: EUR 58.00
Prague (Central) - Czech Republic
Vienna (Contemporary) - Austria
Set in the heart of Vienna and featuring contemporary decor, the award-winning Hilton Vienna hotel is one of Austria's premier hotels.
Zagreb (Central) - Croatia
Sheraton, Located in the city centre, all guestrooms are well appointed with modern amenities.
Plitvice (Scenic) - Croatia
Jezero Hotel, Plitvice
Split (Central) - Croatia
President Solin/Atrium Hotel, Split
Dubrovnik (Scenic) - Croatia
Croatia Hotel Cavtat, Dubrovnik
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