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Enchanting Danube 2020
(Budapest to Passau)

8 days with Uniworld  Rating: Deluxe

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River Cruise Itinerary
Day 1: Budapest (Embark)
Arrive at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship. (Dinner)

Day 2: Budapest
Located on opposite sides of the Danube, Buda and Pest each has its own distinctive character and charm. Explore this dynamic and multi-faceted city with your choice of tours—see it on four wheels or on your own two feet.

In the evening, a special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you. (Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Welcome Dinner)

Day 3: Cruising the Danube River, Bratislava, Vienna
Once hidden from the world behind the “Iron Curtain,” Slovakia retains an air of mystery and intrigue, and its small capital city has an unexpectedly colorful history. Learn more about Bratislava’s past from a local expert, then check out the whimsical street art and sample some only-in-Slovakia treats. Your ship sets sail from Budapest and heads for Vienna today. You may opt to relax onboard all day, perhaps enjoying a drink on the Sun Deck and taking in the scenery as the ship wends its way along the Danube Bend, which is lined with scenic towns—among them are the oldest settlements in the country—nestled at the foot of lovely wooded hills. On the other hand, the ship stops in Bratislava for those who wish to visit the capital of Slovakia. Although it’s not a large city, Bratislava has played a leading role in the politics and culture of the region for many centuries, and it is well worth a visit. (Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 4: Vienna
Vienna is a cultural treasure trove revered for its art and music (and sinfully rich pastries). Experience the City of Waltzes with your choice of tours, as well as VIP access to an extraordinary collection of art—you’ll have an opportunity to view it in complete privacy, an extra special treat reserved solely for Uniworld guests. The grand dame of the Danube, Vienna was the heart of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and remains, to this day, the political and cultural center of Austria. Klimt painted here; Beethoven and Mozart composed here; Freud developed his theories here. It’s a treasure trove of splendid architecture, astonishing art collections and inviting cafés—and it’s yours to enjoy.

You have leisure time after your tour to explore Vienna on your own. You might wish to visit the Albertina Museum, which houses one million old-master prints and an impressive collection of works by 19th- and 20th-century painters, ranging from Renoir to Rothko.If you’d like to get a little exercise and see a completely different side of Vienna, borrow a bike from the ship and explore Danube Island and Prater Park. (For a wonderful view of the region, ride the Ferris wheel in Prater Park.)
(Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 5: Dürnstein, Cruising the Wachau Valley, Melk
Dürnstein is one of our favorite towns along the Danube, a lovely place to wander cobblestone lanes, browse quaint shops and maybe hike up to a ruined castle (with an intriguing tale all its own). You can also opt for a tasting at Austria’s oldest winery or learn all about the world’s costliest spice from the Wachau Valley’s only saffron grower. Later, visit the 900-year-old Melk Abbey and its extraordinary baroque-style library. You’ll want to find a comfortable seat in the lounge or on the Sun Deck as your ship cruises through the Wachau Valley today. Over the eons, the Danube cut a gorge through the foothills of the Bohemian Mountains, resulting in a 19-mile (30-kilometer) stretch of riverine scenery so beautiful, UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Landscape. Castle ruins dominate hilltops; baroque church towers appear on the river banks, marking historic villages and splendid abbeys; and vineyards and apricot orchards cling to the rocky slopes. Some of Austria’s finest white wines are produced from grapes ripening on the dry-stone terraces above the river, where grapes have been grown for 2,000 years. You have two ports of call in the incredibly scenic valley, Dürnstein and Melk, and an assortment of delightful ways to explore this lovely region. (Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 6: Linz (Salzburg or Linz)
Salzburg or Linz? Both are equally tantalizing. Mozart’s birthplace of Salzburg is nestled in a glorious alpine setting that sparkles like a winter wonderland; Linz may be best known for its famous Linzer torte, but it’s also a hotbed for the arts. See the sights with a local expert, or go behind-the-scenes at the Linz opera house and taste cider at an apple and pear orchard. Austria’s third-largest city, Linz boasts a long history of trading (especially in salt) and textile manufacturing—not to mention steel—but these days it is perhaps best known for its lively arts and music scene. It is also your gateway to Salzburg. (Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 7: Passau
Passau is a crossroads in more ways than one, as three rivers meet here and three nations nearly do, making for a fascinating cultural mosaic. Get to know the town and its main claim to fame—Europe’s largest pipe organ—or “Let's Go” with an invigorating riverside hike or bike ride. Three rivers meet in Passau—the Inn, the Ilz and the Danube—and three nations almost meet: Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. Its central location made it a trade hub for centuries, and with trade came wealth that endowed the town with many beautiful buildings. Spend some time exploring the town itself or get out and about along the Inn or the Ilz with a bike ride or a hike.

In the evening, a special Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you. (Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Farewell Dinner)

Day 8: Passau (Disembark)
Disembark the ship. If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Munich Airport for your flight home. (Breakfast Buffet)

Tour Map
All This Included
The shimmering waters of the fabled Danube River flow for thousands of miles through the very heart of Europe, silent witness to centuries of artistic achievement and historical events. This perfectly composed journey provides an immersive cultural tasting menu of four equally beguiling countries—ideal for first-time river cruisers as well as seasoned travelers seeking to experience yet another dimension of these much-loved destinations.

Our locally-based destination experts will take you well beyond the “must-sees” of each region, offering fresh takes on classic sites, insider knowledge of delightful under-the-radar locales, and VIP access to places only a privileged few will ever experience—such as a private early-morning viewing of the acclaimed art collection of the Kunstkammer Vienna.

A veritable showcase of the best of Central Europe, this new journey is one any culturally curious world traveler will love, featuring old-world capitals and charming towns and villages.

Dining

  • All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
  • Welcome and Farewell Gala Dinners
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Receptions
  • Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, specialty coffee and tea, soft drinks and mineral water

Excursions

  • 6 days of excursions, including “Choice Is Yours” options, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
  • Guided "Let's Go," "Village Day" and "Do as the Locals Do" programs
  • State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio-headset system on all excursions
  • Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks throughout your cruise

Accommodations

  • 7-night cruise in a riverview stateroom onboard the majestic S.S. Maria Theresa
  • Lavishly appointed riverview staterooms and suites have handcrafted Savoir® Beds of England, high thread count 100% Egyptian cotton sheets and European duvets, and a menu of pillow options
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi access

Experiences

  • 4 countries: Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia
  • 4 UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Services of an experienced Uniworld Cruise Manager
  • All transfers on arrival and departure days
  • All gratuities, both onboard and onshore
  • Captivating onboard local entertainment
Accommodations on this Tour
Cruising: Cabin onboard S.S. Maria Theresa
Pre and Post Add-ons

Budapest

Included in your 3-day stay:

• 2 nights at the Corinthia Hotel Budapest (or similar)
• Breakfast daily and all gratuities, service charges, taxes and porterage
• Budapest walking discovery tour with Rock Hospital
• English-speaking expert
• All transfers

Pricing:

$519 per person (for 2 guests)

For solo travelers, there is a single supplement of $219.

Note: This extension is for cruise/tours that begin or end in Budapest.

Day to Day:

  • 2019 Budapest Pre-Cruise Extension: Day to Day
  • DAY 1: Budapest
    Once you’ve cleared customs, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the hotel. There you will check in, drop off your bags and, if you wish, go out and explore the city on your own. Your Uniworld local host can offer suggestions for your leisure time.

    DAY 2: Budapest
    FEATURED EXCURSION: Budapest walking tour with Rock Hospital
    Explore the Hospital in the Rock Nuclear Bunker Museum, a former emergency hospital and nuclear bunker located underneath Buda Castle Hill. This museum pays homage to the almost six-mile stretch of interconnected caves and cellars that dates back to World War II. After, take the elevator up to the Castle District for a stroll around. Enjoy panoramic views of Pest across the way, and walk along famed museums and attractions, like Matthias Church. Marvel at its breathtaking architecture, beautiful stained-glass windows and gold frescoes.

    MASTERPIECE COLLECTION EXCURSION*: Szentendre artist’s village and crafts shopping
    Head to the charming little town of Szentendre, with its well-preserved 17th-century houses and active community of artists and craftspeople. A guide will introduce you to the village’s main street, which is also its primary shopping boulevard. Here you’ll find all the traditional Hungarian arts and crafts you can imagine, including ceramics, hand-embroidered blouses and tablecloths, and wool sweaters, as well as fine Herend porcelain and Tokaji wines. You can then visit either the Margit Kovács Ceramics Museum or the unique Szabo Marzipan Museum, which features a display of the Hungarian Parliament building made entirely out of marzipan.

    MASTERPIECE COLLECTION EXCURSION*: Budapest by night
    See Budapest at its most magical tonight. Kick off this special evening with a traditional Hungarian repast—including, of course, palinkas, goulash and paliscintas—and toast your companions to the romantic, evocative sound of gypsy violins in a traditional restaurant. Then, as the lights come on and illuminate the city’s landmarks, roll down broad Andrássy Avenue, its elegant shops alight, admire the twinkling lights from the bridges reflected in the wide Danube, and take in views of the splendid opera house, the cathedral, the castle, the stunning Parliament building. Perhaps the best view of all is from the heights of the Castle District.

    You have the rest of the day and evening to check out some of the highlights of the city on your own. You might visit one of Budapest’s legendary mineral hot springs spas. The Gellért Baths are in a gorgeous art nouveau building that is well worth seeing in and of itself, but while you’re there, why not relax in the mineral-rich waters. If you’re interested in the darker side of history, take a tour of the House of Terror, which reveals the grim 20th-century history of the city. The building first housed Nazis and then the Communist secret police; hundreds were tortured and executed here, and exhibits name both victims and perpetrators. If you’d prefer an active day, rent a bicycle and peddle around Margaret Island, or join a group exploring some of the fascinating caves under the city. Once darkness falls, have a drink at one of the “ruin” bars in the old Jewish quarter; these eclectic, funky establishments might perfectly embody Budapest’s gift for reconciling hard times with optimism and joie de vivre.

    DAY 3: Budapest
    MASTERPIECE COLLECTION EXCURSION*: Hungarian cooking class
    The Great Market Hall is a foodie destination in and of itself, but seeing it with a local chef adds special piquancy to your visit. The ground floor (designed with a center aisle wide enough for wagons to roll down the middle back in the 1890s, when it was first built) offers produce and butcher stands, the upper levels provide prepared food, liquor and souvenirs—but your chef guide will take you into the basement where you’ll find a plethora of pickled foods. Pick out your paprika and other ingredients, then head to the immaculate, modern—but cozy—Chef Parade kitchen. You’ll prepare a traditional Hungarian soup (luscious sour cherry, perhaps?), learn the secret of making featherlight dumplings to go with your main course (whether it’s chicken paprikash or pork pörkölt, it will require ample amounts of Hungarian paprika), and try your hand at making a typical Hungarian dessert. It’s a delicious way to discover classic Magyar cooking.

    After breakfast, you’ll check out of the hotel. You have some free time before your epic journey along the Danube River begins, so you might explore on your own: Perhaps you’d like to take the funicular from the foot of Chain Bridge up to the top of Castle Hill and visit the castle that gives the district its name (long ago it was a royal residence but these days it houses a museum).

    *Masterpiece Collection are optional experiences that go above and beyond our daily selection of included excursions and can be booked for an additional fee. Masterpiece Collection excursions may not operate if they occur on a holiday or if they require a minimum number of participants and that minimum is not met.

  • 2019 Budapest Post-Cruise Extension: Day to Day
  • DAY 1: Budapest
    FEATURED EXCURSION: Budapest walking tour with Rock Hospital
    Explore the Hospital in the Rock Nuclear Bunker Museum, a former emergency hospital and nuclear bunker located underneath Buda Castle Hill. This museum pays homage to the almost six-mile stretch of interconnected caves and cellars that dates back to World War II. After, take the elevator up to the Castle District for a stroll around. Enjoy panoramic views of Pest across the way, and walk along famed museums and attractions, like Matthias Church. Marvel at its breathtaking architecture, beautiful stained-glass windows and gold frescoes.

    MASTERPIECE COLLECTION EXCURSION*: Budapest by night
    See Budapest at its most magical tonight. Kick off this special evening with a traditional Hungarian repast—including, of course, palinkas, goulash and paliscintas—and toast your companions to the romantic, evocative sound of gypsy violins in a traditional restaurant. Then, as the lights come on and illuminate the city’s landmarks, roll down broad Andrássy Avenue, its elegant shops alight, admire the twinkling lights from the bridges reflected in the wide Danube, and take in views of the splendid opera house, the cathedral, the castle, the stunning Parliament building. Perhaps the best view of all is from the heights of the Castle District.

    You have the rest of the day and evening to check out some of the highlights of the city on your own. Perhaps you’d like to take the funicular from the foot of Chain Bridge up to the top of Castle Hill and visit the castle that gives the district its name (long ago it was a royal residence, but these days it houses a museum) or stroll through the newly restored gardens at the foot of the hill. You’ll find a surprising collection of modern art at the Ludwig Museum.

    DAY 2: Budapest
    MASTERPIECE COLLECTION EXCURSION*: Hungarian cooking class
    The Great Market Hall is a foodie destination in and of itself, but seeing it with a local chef adds special piquancy to your visit. The ground floor (designed with a center aisle wide enough for wagons to roll down the middle back in the 1890s, when it was first built) offers produce and butcher stands, the upper levels provide prepared food, liquor and souvenirs—but your chef guide will take you into the basement where you’ll find a plethora of pickled foods. Pick out your paprika and other ingredients, then head to the immaculate, modern—but cozy—Chef Parade kitchen. You’ll prepare a traditional Hungarian soup (luscious sour cherry, perhaps?), learn the secret of making featherlight dumplings to go with your main course (whether it’s chicken paprikash or pork pörkölt, it will require ample amounts of Hungarian paprika), and try your hand at making a typical Hungarian dessert. It’s a delicious way to discover classic Magyar cooking.

    MASTERPIECE COLLECTION EXCURSION*: Szentendre artist’s village and crafts shopping
    Head to the charming little town of Szentendre, with its well-preserved 17th-century houses and active community of artists and craftspeople. A guide will introduce you to the village’s main street, which is also its primary shopping boulevard. Here you’ll find all the traditional Hungarian arts and crafts you can imagine, including ceramics, hand-embroidered blouses and tablecloths, and wool sweaters, as well as fine Herend porcelain and Tokaji wines. You can then visit either the Margit Kovács Ceramics Museum or the unique Szabo Marzipan Museum, which features a display of the Hungarian Parliament building made entirely out of marzipan.

    After breakfast at the hotel, you’ll have the day to explore the city. Budapest is a mecca for lovers of art nouveau architecture: Check out the Franz Liszt Academy of Music for a particularly noteworthy example of the style. For a reminder of the centuries when Hungary was ruled by the Ottoman Turks, take a look at the 16th-century tomb of Gül Baba (and enjoy a Turkish coffee at the adjoining coffeehouse). If you’d like to try something a little different, visit one of Budapest’s legendary mineral hot springs spas. The Gellért Baths are in a gorgeous art nouveau building that is well worth seeing in and of itself, but while you’re there, why not relax in the mineral-rich water. If you’re interested in the darker side of history, take a tour of the House of Terror, which reveals the grim 20th-century history of the city. The building first housed Nazis and then the Communist secret police; hundreds were tortured and executed here, and exhibits name both victims and perpetrators. If you’d prefer an active day, rent a bicycle and peddle around Margaret Island, or join a group exploring some of the fascinating caves under the city. Once darkness falls, have a drink at one of the “ruin” bars in the old Jewish quarter; these eclectic, funky establishments might perfectly embody Budapest’s gift for reconciling hard times with optimism and joie de vivre.

    DAY 3: Budapest
    It’s time to check out of the hotel and head to the airport for your trip home. We hope you will enjoy the memories you’ve made for years to come.

    *Masterpiece Collection are optional experiences that go above and beyond our daily selection of included excursions and can be booked for an additional fee. Masterpiece Collection excursions may not operate if they occur on a holiday or if they require a minimum number of participants and that minimum is not met.

Munich

Included in your 3-day stay:

• 2 nights at the Roomers Munich Hotel (or similar)
• Breakfast daily and all gratuities, service charges, taxes and porterage
• Munich “Do as the Locals Do” walking discovery tour
• English-speaking expert
• All transfers

All Dates (except dates below) Pricing:

$849 per person (for 2 guests)

For solo travelers, there is a single supplement of $299.

September 22, 2019 sailing date - Extension Pricing:

$999 per person (for 2 guests)

For solo travelers, there is a single supplement of $299.

September 29, 2019 sailing date - Extension Pricing:

$999 per person (for 2 guests)

For solo travelers, there is a single supplement of $299.

Note: This extension is for cruises that begin or end in Passau.

Day to Day:

  • 2019 Munich Pre-Cruise Extension: Day to Day
  • DAY 1: Munich
    Arrive at Munich Airport. If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the hotel.

    DAY 2: Munich
    Munich is often called the most livable and lovable city in Germany, and the Bavarian capital definitely lives up to the hype. This economic powerhouse also has a village-like quaintness that makes it a delight to explore.

    FEATURED EXCURSION: “Do as the Locals Do” Munich walking tour
    Begin your walking tour of Munich by passing by the stately Hotel Bayerischer Hof, a five-star Grand Hotel built in 1841, that has continually remained a destination for the country’s most discerning visitors and celebrities. After a short ride on a street car, you’ll be dropped off at Max-Joseph-Platz, a famous square known for its collection of iconic buildings, with a monument of its namesake, King Maximilian Joseph, directly in the center. Wander past the Opera building to the high-end shopping district and core of the old town. There, you’ll bask in the beauty of the stunning Munich Residenz, the largest palace in Germany and the former royal palace of the Wittelsbach monarchs of Bavaria. Take a stroll through the narrow lanes of medieval Platzl Gassen, past gourmet ice cream shops and spice shops, on your way to the most famous beer hall in the world, Hofbräuhaus. Take a peek inside to see the beer mug safes and numerous historical rooms, each with its own distinct German charm and flair. Pass by the new synagogue and Jewish Museum on your way to the famous Viktualienmarkt, a farmer’s market often described as the beating heart of the city’s culinary scene. Open year-round, the market is a Munich institution and a wonderful area for mingling with locals and visitors alike, and for sampling traditional cuisine, including Weisswurst, fresh pretzels, locally-brewed specialties at its beer garden, Auszogne (essentially a Bavarian fried donut), gourmet cheeses, sauerkraut and more across its countless stalls. Choose to stay in town or follow your guide back to your hotel.

    MASTERPIECE COLLECTION EXCURSION*: Dachau Concentration Camp
    “Arbeit Macht Frei” (“Work Sets You Free”)—this notorious slogan appeared on the gate to Dachau, Hitler’s first concentration camp. Begin your tour with a short documentary film that gives you an overview of the camp’s grim history and use: It was the prototype for all succeeding camps and a training ground in brutality for the SS. Of the approximately 200,000 people imprisoned at Dachau over 12 years, about 41,500 died, and many more were shipped (or marched) from Dachau to other camps where they met their deaths. A guide takes you through the memorial site: Gravel oblongs mark the spots where the barracks stood, but the original bunker, crematorium, maintenance building and Jourhaus have been preserved, and the guard towers still loom over the grounds.

    DAY 3: Munich
    Use the morning to do any last-minute shopping or for one last stroll through this beautiful capital. After lunch on your own, it’s time for your exciting Uniworld river cruise to begin in Passau!

    *Masterpiece Collection are optional experiences that go above and beyond our daily selection of included excursions and can be booked for an additional fee. Masterpiece Collection excursions may not operate if they occur on a holiday or if they require a minimum number of participants and that minimum is not met.

  • 2019 Munich Post-Cruise Extension: Day to Day
  • DAY 1: Munich
    Once you disembark the ship, you will be transferred to Munich by motorcoach. Upon arrival at the hotel, you’ll be greeted by a Uniworld representative who will help you check in. This evening, you can choose to rest up at the hotel or go out and explore the city. Your local host will be happy to offer additional suggestions.

    DAY 2: Munich
    FEATURED EXCURSION: “Do as the Locals Do” Munich walking tour
    Begin your walking tour of Munich by passing by the stately Hotel Bayerischer Hof, a five-star Grand Hotel built in 1841, that has continually remained a destination for the country’s most discerning visitors and celebrities. After a short ride on a street car, you’ll be dropped off at Max-Joseph-Platz, a famous square known for its collection of iconic buildings, with a monument of its namesake, King Maximilian Joseph, directly in the center. Wander past the Opera building to the high-end shopping district and core of the old town. There, you’ll bask in the beauty of the stunning Munich Residenz, the largest palace in Germany and the former royal palace of the Wittelsbach monarchs of Bavaria. Take a stroll through the narrow lanes of medieval Platzl Gassen, past gourmet ice cream shops and spice shops, on your way to the most famous beer hall in the world, Hofbräuhaus. Take a peek inside to see the beer mug safes and numerous historical rooms, each with its own distinct German charm and flair. Pass by the new synagogue and Jewish Museum on your way to the famous Viktualienmarkt, a farmer’s market often described as the beating heart of the city’s culinary scene. Open year-round, the market is a Munich institution and a wonderful area for mingling with locals and visitors alike, and for sampling traditional cuisine, including Weisswurst, fresh pretzels, locally-brewed specialties at its beer garden, Auszogne (essentially a Bavarian fried donut), gourmet cheeses, sauerkraut and more across its countless stalls. Choose to stay in town or follow your guide back to your hotel.

    MASTERPIECE COLLECTION EXCURSION*: Dachau Concentration Camp
    “Arbeit Macht Frei” (“Work Sets You Free”)—this notorious slogan appeared on the gate to Dachau, Hitler’s first concentration camp. Begin your tour with a short documentary film that gives you an overview of the camp’s grim history and use: It was the prototype for all succeeding camps and a training ground in brutality for the SS. Of the approximately 200,000 people imprisoned at Dachau over 12 years, about 41,500 died, and many more were shipped (or marched) from Dachau to other camps where they met their deaths. A guide takes you through the memorial site: Gravel oblongs mark the spots where the barracks stood, but the original bunker, crematorium, maintenance building and Jourhaus have been preserved, and the guard towers still loom over the grounds.

    DAY 3: Munich
    After breakfast at the hotel, your journey will draw to a close and you’ll be transferred to Munich International Airport for your flight home. Though your Uniworld journey is over, we know the memories will last for years to come.

    *Masterpiece Collection are optional experiences that go above and beyond our daily selection of included excursions and can be booked for an additional fee. Masterpiece Collection excursions may not operate if they occur on a holiday or if they require a minimum number of participants and that minimum is not met.

Notes
  • Cabin upgrades are available.
  • Prices exclude additional port charges of $190 per person.
  • Single supplement applies for single accommodation.
  • The itineraries presented are subject to modification due to water levels, closures because of public holidays or other uncontrollable factors. Every effort will be made to operate programs as planned, but changes may still be necessary throughout the cruise. This day-to-day schedule is subject to change. Your final day-to-day schedule will be provided onboard on the first day of your cruise.
  • Please ask your Vacations To Go travel counselor for more information.
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* The prices shown are U.S. dollars per person, based on double occupancy, and subject to availability. Prices quoted for land/cruise arrangements are subject to increase without notice. Once we have received your deposit, land/cruise prices are guaranteed. Air prices quoted via phone or email are subject to increase and are guaranteed only from the time that full payment is received. Also, air prices or air promotions mentioned on this site or on the phone do not include baggage fees imposed by airlines. Sorry, we are unable to offer air from countries other than the U.S. However, for those international customers who are able to arrange their own transportation to the trip origination city, we are able to offer the land/cruise portion of the package at the price quoted.



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