Czech Republic/Germany/Austria/Slovakia/Hungary

Sailing the Danube River Through Central Europe

Program No. 23683RJ
Sail through time along the Danube River to the Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, and Hungary to study their fascinating political and cultural histories with local experts.

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DATES & PRICES

Ship Outside
A cabin with a window or porthole to view the outside.
May 17 - May 26, 2024
Ship Outside 3,799
Sep 11 - Sep 20, 2024
Ship Outside 3,799
Sep 21 - Sep 30, 2024
Ship Outside 3,799

DATES & PRICES

Ship Outside
A cabin with a window or porthole to view the outside.
May 17 - May 26, 2024
Ship Outside 4,799
Sep 11 - Sep 20, 2024
Ship Outside 4,799
Sep 21 - Sep 30, 2024
Ship Outside 4,799

At a Glance

Transport yourself back in time in Central Europe, where even the larger cities seem to be frozen in the medieval era, with cobbled streets and historic architecture. As you sail along the Danube River, journey through authentic Europe with local experts eager to show you the secrets of their cities. On explorations of Vienna’s music history, Budapest’s architectural history and Prague’s political history, delve deep into the past while experiencing these cities like a local. Then, learn about the cities’ modern developments to understand fully the progression of Central Europe and immerse yourself in these beautiful countries that seamlessly blend old traditions with contemporary culture.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Participants must be able to stand for two hours at a time and walk 2-4 miles per day.

What You'll Learn

  • Learn about classical music in Vienna during a lecture with the talented musicians from the Vienna Philharmonic.
  • Delve deep into history as you explore Cesky Krumlov, a small medieval town and UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Czech Republic.
  • Study the beautiful architecture of Prague at the Charles Bridge.

General Notes

Please note that on this program, Road Scholar has the entire ship welcoming a maximum of 90 Road Scholars which will be divided into smaller groups, each with their own Group Leader. The small groups may occasionally come together for lectures.
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