Do you know what’s coming to an end soon? No, sorry…the answer is not winter. We’ll have to cope with that one for a little longer. However, it is not the case for our Early Booking Savings which are ending March 29! It's not only a matter of savings to take advantage of, our space is also getting very limited on our Dalmatian Coast and Grand Lower Danube cruises, so contact our Cruise Specialists today to confirm your fall exploration!
Here is why you should explore the Dalmatian Coast:
- Discover 4 beautiful countries in 19 days: Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia
- Enjoy the most extraordinary sights such as Sveti Stefan, a fortified island village in Montenegro
- Have a peek at the Montenegrin royalty as you visit King Nikola’s Palace
- Take in the sights of Our Lady of the Rocks, a surprising artificial islet built off the coast of Kotor and home to a church, that’s all!
- Relive the tragic history of WWI in Sarajevo, where the first WWI shots were fired
- Adore the incredible beauty of Croatia and its many islands
- Enjoy all of the above aboard a private yacht for a perfect journey with a unique group of friends!
We only have ONE cabin available!
What we love about the Grand Lower Danube cruise? It’s as simple as this:
- Vienna and its undeniable relation with music - take in a show at the Opera House in your free time, you will not regret it!
- Learn of Hungary’s most famous wine region, Szekszard - Established by the Celts two millenniums ago, Hungarians definitely know how to make full bodied red wine
- Croatian history - We know very little about the history of Croatia from this side of the Atlantic, and yet it was a real struggle for the country’s people to gain independence. Learn more on your visit to the Ovcara Memorial
- Delight in the natural wonders of the Danube Gorges - you will love looking at the scenery pass by as you are sipping a glass of wine on the sun deck of the ms AmaCerto
This cruise is an accumulation of surprises! Do not resist any longer. There are only 5 cabins left!