See three World Heritage Sites on your Amsterdam to Bucharest European River cruise
The best European river cruise is an exotic 24-day journey through nine countries. Filled with a variety of stops, it truly is the trip of a lifetime.
And while the natural landmarks will capture your attention, the buildings on this cruise are the highlights and worth bragging about to your friends.
Three stops on this European river cruise have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites by the United Nations:
Budapest–One of Hungary’s most well-known cities, where you’ll see the banks of the Danube river, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrassy Avenue – all labeled UNESCO sites. The buildings, shops and houses shows traces of a long and storied history that stretches from the 9th century all the way to its modern memorials and gardens.
Historic Centre of Vienna–This stop was named a UNESCO site for its urban and architectural qualities through three distinct cultural periods–the Middle Ages, the Baroque period of the 17th century and the Grunderzeit of the 19th century.
Town of Bamberg–A lesser-known German treasure, the town of Bamberg was designated a UNESCO site in part for its importance in 10th and 12th century trade. According to UNESCO, this history is best seen in its beautiful vineyards, vibrant market gardens and lush, green hop gardens.
Here are the nine Countries you’ll see in 24 days:
If you’d like more details, please give us a call at 1-800-804-2784 and reserve your spot. Space is limited on river boats, and especially on popular itineraries like this North Sea to Black Sea cruise. You can also get more information by visiting our website, www.CruiseExperts.com. We look forward to helping you plan this trip of a lifetime!