The homeland of the kingdom of Bohemia and all that that embodies, open-minded and curious travellers will revel in this country’s beauty, freedom and vibrancy. You’re sure to be inspired by Prague’s five distinct districts – their creativity, history and romance.
The ancient cultural centre that is the capital city boasts charming buildings, squares, theatres and parks, as well as an atmosphere akin to a continuous cultural festival. You’ll enjoy a glorious skyline of celebrated, fairy-tale domes and spires in this changeable city, as well as the charms you discover as you explore the wonderful, winding streets of Prague.
Each of the quarters, which include Old Town, New Town, Little Quarter, Castle District and Jewish Quarter, have their own personalities and draw visitors for their own unique merits. Venture to the Old Town Hall to view the famous Prague Astronomical Clock; take to the lanes of the Jewish Quarter and learn the legend of the Golem; or cross the Gothic Charles Bridge to marvel at the splendid, Baroque Church of St. Nicholas in the Lesser Town.
Once you leave the city and tour through the Czech Republic you’ll be swept away by its natural beauty – romantic river valleys and lakes, graceful hills and untouched, steep cliffs and deep ravines.
Tributaries of the Rhine
Cruising the rivers and crossing the borders of France, Germany and Luxembourg, this is a fabulous tour on five waterways, the Rhine, Neckar, Main, Moselle and Saar; sailing through serene landscapes, seeing splendid towns and cities, and sampling local wines
A wonderful waltz with the Danube’s drift, this classic cruise goes with the flow from Austrian Melk and Vienna to Slovakia’s capital, Bratislava; and sails the natural, national border to Hungary, to visit the Puszta prairie, beautiful Budapest, and Esztergom’s Basilica