Historic cities: Budapest
22 June 2015
Known as the Pearl of the Danube, Budapest is a beautiful city with a sombre past. Discover the beauty of this city on European train tours.Read more
Although the ninth largest country by area in the European Union, Romania remains largely rural, undeveloped and unspoilt. Nowhere is the country's outstanding natural beauty more evident than around the Carpathian Mountains which form a sweeping crescent at Romania's heart. An idyllic location for walkers and wildlife enthusiasts, numerous hiking trails wind through the wildflower meadows and pine-forested foothills beneath the majestic peaks.
Similarly stunning is the delta of the River Danube, a protected area of wetlands and a haven for birdwatchers where this legendary waterway meets the Black Sea in southern Romania. These awe-inspiring landscapes are punctuated by ancient castles and remarkably-preserved medieval villages in many of which traditional folklore, crafts and customs are still maintained. By contrast, Romania's great cities such as Braşov and the capital, Bucharest, offer an engaging melting pot of history, culture, fine architecture and art along with contemporary shopping, entertainments and a host of superb restaurants, bars and cafes.
Aboard the state of the art Amadeus Silver II which comes replete cutting-edge facilities, follow the path of the Black Sea as it makes its journey towards the coast and soak up the very best of Eastern Europe; from the unusual nature of the Danube Delta and the unique cities of Serbia and Bulgaria to the vast expanses and traditions of the Great Hungarian Plains.
Then experience the magic of the blue Danube from the twin-cities of Buda and Pest to the elegance of Imperial Vienna… see more
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