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Exploring the World Series: Europe

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Europe 4: The Blue Danube Cruise

Europe  4: The Blue Danube Cruise

Stop! Listen! You can almost hear that beautiful waltz, On the Beautiful Blue Danube, written by the great Austrian composer Johann Strauss II, as you begin an unforgettably romantic journey, seeing fairy-tale castles and medieval villages, on this Danube River Cruise, which spans 10 great cities from Germany to Hungary. Your cruise begins in beautiful Nuremburg, which has been totally rebuilt since WWII; in Austria you view falcons and eagles at the impressive Rosenburg Castle, which dates back to the Renaissance days of the 12th century; then, in Bavaria, Germany, you see Kelheim's Liberation Hall, a 194-foot-high rotunda memorial commissioned by King Ludwig I that commemorates the victorious battles against Napoleon in the Wars of Liberation in 1813-1815; then to Regensburg, the oldest medieval town in Germany; next you see the magnificent St. Stephen's Baroque organ with its 17,774 pipes in Passau; winding back through Austria are the historic towns of Linz, Melk, Durnstein, and the capital city of Vienna; and ending our journey in Budapest, Hungary. 02/09DE IJSCA 30 min.
Also See: Alaska 1: Coast Cruise; Caribbean 3: Western Caribbean Cruise ; Caribbean 4: Seawind's Deep Caribbean Cruise ; Caribbean 6: Wedding Cruise; The Panama Canal Cruise; South American Explorers' Cruise; Europe 6: Scandinavian Symphony Cruise; Germany 3: A Rhine River Cruise; Greece 2: A Greek Islands Cruise; SE Asia 3: An Orient and South Pacific Cruise

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