SOUTH AFRICA - BOTSWANA - NAMIBIA - ZIMBABWE
From Johannesburg to Victoria Falls, you’ll discover spectacular panoramas and tumultuous histories, but also incredible wildlife and carefully crafted menus that reflect the flavors and savors of Africa, as well as the most beautiful natural reserves and the secrets of Lake Kariba before taking in the grandeur of the “smoke that thunders,” Victoria Falls.
Venice - MANTUA - Cremona - VALDARO - Verona - OSTIGLIA - ROVIGO - PORTO VIRO - Padua - CHIOGGIA - VENICE
Discover Italy through Opera with a unique evening at the Arena of Verona.
LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS
Depending on your departure date, attend one of the operas in the 2023 program:
07/14: Nabucco - 08/11: Madame Butterfly
From Mantua to Venice, enjoy a unique cruise. Lombardy welcomes you next with its breathtaking and varied panoramas. You’ll visit unique cities such as romantic Mantua and Cremona, Claudio Monteverdi’s and Stradivarius’s birthplace. Finally, the region of Veneto opens its doors and invites you to discover Venice, famous Saint Mark’s Square and Doge’s Palace, the official residence of Venetian dukes.
PASSAU - MELK - VIENNA - BUDAPEST
From Passau to Budapest via Melk and Vienna, these cities rich in culture and history will unveil their secrets. Discover the Schoenbrunn Palace and the beautiful Wachau Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its wooded hillsides, orchards, small villages, vineyards and monasteries, it is the most picturesque part of the Danube and where the majestic Dürnstein Castle stands.
BASEL - BREISACH - STRASBOURG - MAINZ - KOBLENZ - COLOGNE - DÜSSELDORF - AMSTERDAM
From Basel to Amsterdam, embark on a cruise rich in history and authenticity. Admire the beauty of the Rhine Falls before discovering historic monuments through cities such as Haarlem or Colmar and its Unterlinden museum. You can take a stroll to the Arnhem Open Air Museum, which reveals a 100-year-old story.
STRASBOURG - KOBLENZ - ALKEN or MOSELKERN - TRIER - Strasbourg
All aboard for a magical cruise through the Moselle Valley. The river travels through a region cultivated by humans for over 2,000 years, begun by the Romans when they planted vineyards along the hills. Dozens of castles and ruins overlook the small wine-growing villages along the banks, including Eltz Castle, a fairytale-like château nestled in the hills and the imposing Ehrenbreitstein Fortress dominating the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers.