Settled by the Celts and refined by the Romans, modern-day Hungary traces its foundations to the ninth century, when Prince Arpad founded the kingdom. His great-grandson, St. Stephen I, wore a crown sent by the pope from Rome in A.D. 1000. No surprise, then, that the history of this great nation is rich and a joy to discover. Any visit should begin in Budapest, a delightful old city that straddles the Danube.

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Imperial Cities of Eastern Europe: Prague, Vienna, & Budapest

Europe (Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia)

Season: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Type: Custom Journeys

Mode: Land

Eastern Europe shines, as you'll see on a journey to her highlights. Begin in Prague, the Czech Republic's City of a Hundred Spires. To nearby Nelahozeves and the art-filled Renaissance château of the Lobkowicz family. Old Cesky Krumlov next...

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The Danube Aboard Crystal Mozart.

Europe (Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia)

Dates: April through June, August through October

Type: Rivers & Rails

Mode: Water

Cruise the historic Danube River aboard the luxurious Crystal Mozart. Along the way, take in some of the most remarkable  destinations in Austria, Germany, Slovakia, and Hungary.

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The River Danube Aboard the AmaWaterways Fleet. 2 unusual journeys.

Europe (Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia)

Season: March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Type: Rivers & Rails

Mode: Water

The mighty River Danube is Europe’s original superhighway. Once upon a time, it even had tollbooths (in the form of riverside fortresses). They proved to be real moneymakers for some of Europe’s most powerful families, the Habsburgs in...

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