Magnificent Europe for Beer Enthusiasts (Westbound) - 2020

15 Day River Cruise Budapest to Amsterdam (WBA-T1)

Vacation Overview

From Budapest to Amsterdam, you’ll be immersed in the culture of Central Europe, as well as its beer and brewery traditions, on this European river cruise vacation. In Budapest, Hungary; Bratislava, Slovakia; and Vienna, Austria, a Local Guide will show you the must-see sights in each city, and you’ll have plenty of time to explore on your own. See Heroes’ Square in Budapest, Bratislava’s Old Town with its winding streets, bronze sculptures and hidden microbreweries, and stop in a classic Viennese café for a decadent treat or to sample Austrian beers. Sail through the picturesque Wachau Valley and the dramatic Rhine Gorge. Visit Melk’s mag-nificent Benedictine Abbey and Würzburg’s baroque Bishop’s Residenz.

Explore quaint towns like Dürnstein with its blue and white baroque Stiftskirche; Passau, known for its narrow cobblestone streets and the stunning St. Stephen’s Cathedral; and Bamberg, with its town hall and its great variety of beers. Enjoy guided walks in historic Nuremberg, Würzburg, and Regensburg. Visit the charming Rhine Valley town of Rüdesheim with its famous cobblestone Drosselgasse lined with shops, restaurants, and lively taverns, and spend time in Cologne, Germany—a 2,000 year-old city known for its gothic architecture and for the Kölsch, its local beer.

You’ll explore Holland’s lively capital of Amsterdam to see the treasures of this 700-year-old city from the unique perspective of a canal cruise. Take the opportunity to taste delicious Dutch beers. A Beer Expert trav-els with you on this cruise and will hold lectures, tastings, and will introduce you to food and beer pairing as well. Prost!

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