Uniworld Offers Three New Danube Itineraries for 2015

Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has announced three new itineraries on the Danube for 2015.

Through June 30, Uniworld is also offering a special discount of up to $2000 for couples who pay in full at the time of reservation. 

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The new itineraries are: 

Delightful Danube & Prague

Budapest to Prague, 10 days, May 2015 - Nov 2015, River Princess

This 10-day voyage will sail past Bavarian villages, though the Wachau Valley and into Hungary. Travelers will have the chance to learn the waltz in a Viennese palace and explore local sites in Budapest. 

Personalized itinerary options include a backstage tour of an historic Prague theater, a look at Prague's castle district, a tour of medieval Nuremberg, a visit to Nuremberg's WWII sites and more.

This itinerary is aimed at lovers of history, music and architecture, the cruise line said. 

Eastern Europe Explorer

Budapest to Bucharest, 10 days, April 2015 - September 2015, River Princess

This voyage samples five Eastern European nations: Hungary, Croatia, Romania, Serbia and Bulgaria. The ship will sail past Roman ruins and through the Iron Gates. Available activities include a meeting with the people of Osijek, an exploration of the monastery of Basarbovo, a trip to the rock formations of Belogradchik and a tour of the 17th-century churches of Arbanasi.

The line says that this itinerary is aimed at photographers and travelers looking for an off-the-beaten-path experience. 

Grand European Explorer

Prague to Bucharest, 19 Days, April 2015 - September 2015, River Princess

This longer itinerary visits Prague, Vienna, Budapest, as well as off-the-beaten-path destinations in Croatia, Romania, Serbia and Bulgaria. 

Travelers will have a chance to take in Austria's Wachau Valley, which is a UNESCO World Heritage landscape, as well as the plains of Hungary and the Iron Gates of Romania. Travelers will be able to explore the monastery of Basarbovo, the rock formations of Belogradchik and a palace in Belgrade. 

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