Grand Voyage to the Black Sea - Filia Rheni II - May 28 2014 - 16 Nights

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Grand Voyage to the Black Sea

Titan - Filia Rheni II

16 nights - 28 May 2014

from £3045pp

What's Included?

16 Night Full-Board Cruise on Filia Rheni II

Included Titan Cocktail Party

Included Onboard Entertainment

Included tour of Budapest

Included tour of Chiciu to Bucharest

Included City Tour of Belgrade with English Speaking Guide

Visit the Melk Abbey

City Tour of Vienna with English Speaking Guide

Titans VIP Home Departure Service

Scheduled British Airways Flights 

 

Date
Destination
Details
 
1 - Wed, 28/05/2014
London

One of the world's greatest cities, London is situated in south-eastern England at the head of the River Thames estuary. It is a melting pot of centuries of cultures offering an endless collection of historical and modern sites.

 
2 - Thu, 29/05/2014
Budapest
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Budapest is the capital and also the largest city of Hungary. It is also the seventh largest in the European Union. The capital is divided by the Danube River with the hilly and picturesque Buda on one side and the modern and cosmopolitan Pest on the other.

Budapest is the capital and also the largest city of Hungary. It is also the seventh largest in the European Union. The capital is divided by the Danube River with the hilly and picturesque Buda on one side and the modern and cosmopolitan Pest on the other.

There is something satisfying about Budapest which goes beyond the attractions of its fabulous riverine setting. It is the cultural heart of the nation and a city of international standing, yet Budapest continues to hold some of its late 19th century flair and romance.

Budapest is well known for it’s youthful atmosphere, which is becoming increasingly popular, world-class classical music scene and not forgetting it’s natural thermal baths. Budapest is also known as “Paris of the East” due to its scenic setting and breathtaking architecture. 

Most cruise ships will stay in Budapest for the night so you can experience the night life as well. During your stay you must visit the National Opera House, Parliament Building and Chain Bridge, Matthias Church, where you can enjoy brilliant views of the city

 
3 - Fri, 30/05/2014
Vukovar (Osijek)

Located at the confluence of the River Vuka and the River Danube, Vukovar is the biggest river port in Croatia. From Vukovar you can travel Osijek, one of Croatia's largest cities.

Located at the confluence of the River Vuka and the River Danube, Vukovar is the biggest river port in Croatia. From Vukovar you can travel Osijek, one of Croatia's largest cities.

Osijek is divided into two main regions - the upper town and Tvdra. Tvdra is a self-contained 18th Century Hapsburg defensive fortress, this immaculately-preserved baroque military compound was designed by Maximillian de Gosseau. Containing many fine buildings to view by day, by night Tvdra becomes a hotspot with bar, clubs and restaurants. On the main square there is an archeological museum, Trg Svetog Trojstva and the Museum of Slavonia.

 
4 - Sat, 31/05/2014
Iron Gates

THe Iron Gates is a gorge on the Danube River. It forms part of the boundary between Romania and Serbia.

The Iron Gates are a gorge along the river Danube, it forms part of the boundary between Serbia and Romania. From this exact point the river seperates the southern Carpathian Mountains from the north western foothills of the Balkan Mountains. The Romanian side constitutes the Iron Gates National Park where as the Serbian side constitutes the Derdap National Park. 

 
5 - Sun, 1/06/2014
Svistov


 
5 - Sun, 1/06/2014
Rousse

Rousse is the fifth largest city in Bulgaria, located in the North Eastern part of the country. It is the most significant river port serving an important part of the international trade of the country.

Rousse is the fifth largest city in Bulgaria, located in the North Eastern part of the country. It is the most significant river port serving an important part of the international trade of the country.

Rousse is best know for its 19th and 20th century Neo Baroque and Neo Rococo architecture, giving it the name of Little Vienna.

 
6 - Mon, 2/06/2014
St George (Bermuda)

 
7 - Tue, 3/06/2014
Chiciu


 
7 - Tue, 3/06/2014
Giurgiu

Giurgiu is the capital city of Romania situated amid mud-flats and marshalls. Giurgiu, went throught most developement during the 14th Century when the city of Giuegiu was developed as a port on the Danube by Genoese adventurers. 

Giurgiu is the capital city of Romania situated amid mud-flats and marshalls. Giurgiu, went throught most developement during the 14th Century when the city of Giuegiu was developed as a port on the Danube by Genoese adventurers. 

 
8 - Wed, 4/06/2014
Iron Gates

THe Iron Gates is a gorge on the Danube River. It forms part of the boundary between Romania and Serbia.

The Iron Gates are a gorge along the river Danube, it forms part of the boundary between Serbia and Romania. From this exact point the river seperates the southern Carpathian Mountains from the north western foothills of the Balkan Mountains. The Romanian side constitutes the Iron Gates National Park where as the Serbian side constitutes the Derdap National Park. 

 
9 - Thu, 5/06/2014
Belgrade

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, and has a population of around 1.6 million. It is situated in South-Eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. 

Belgrade is the capital and also the largest city in Serbia, and has a population of around 1.3 million. It is situated in South-Eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has since ancient times been an important focal point for traffic, an intersection of the roads of Eastern and Western Europe. The currency is denar but euros are also accepted in most places.  

 
10 - Fri, 6/06/2014
Novi Sad

Novi Sad is the capital of the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina and is the second largest city of the Republic Serbia. Located 70km from Belgrade, Novi Sad is connected by an international highway to Budapest, Vienna, Belgrade, Athens, Bucharest and Istanbul.

Novi Sad is the capital of the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina and is the second largest city of the Republic Serbia. Located 70km from Belgrade, Novi Sad is connected by an international highway to Budapest, Vienna, Belgrade, Athens, Bucharest and Istanbul.

The town was established as a settlement of artisans and merchants on the banks of the river Danube, in the 17th Century. The focal point of the city is the Petrovaradin Fortress. The Fortress covers around an area of 112 hectares and has 16km of underground corridors, some of the corridors are supposed to lead under the Danube.

Today, the fortress provides a home to artist’s studios, a museum and a hotel, from the fortress is a beautiful view of the city. The City centre is overflowing with building of different architectural periods, including gothic, baroque, secession, and neoclassicism.

 

 
11 - Sat, 7/06/2014
Mohacs

Mohacs is situated 40km southeast of Pecs on the right bank of the Danube. Mohacs is most famous for some sad circumstances that took places during the battle of 1526 in which the Hungarian troops suffered a devastating defeat in the hands of the superior Turkish army. 

Mohacs is situated 40km southeast of Pecs on the right bank of the Danube. Mohacs is most famous for some sad circumstances that took places during the battle of 1526 in which the Hungarian troops suffered a devastating defeat in the hands of the superior Turkish army. 

 
11 - Sat, 7/06/2014
Ordas


 
12 - Sun, 8/06/2014
Esztergom, Hungary

 
13 - Mon, 9/06/2014
Bratislava
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Located right at the heart of central Europe close to Slovakia’s borders with Austria and Hungary, Bratislava has changed its identity, and its name, more times than it cares to remember.

Located right at the heart of central Europe close to Slovakia’s borders with Austria and Hungary, Bratislava has changed its identity, and its name, more times than it cares to remember. In Habsburg times, the city was Pressburg to the Germans and Pozsony to the Magyers. It was renames to Bratislava after the creation of Czechoslovakia following World War I; it emerged from the communist years to become capital of the new state of Slovakia in 1993. It is also the largest city in Slovakia.

An ambitious rebuilding and restoration programme has transformed the city into what it has become today.

 
14 - Tue, 10/06/2014
Durnstein
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Durnstein, is a beautiful smal town on the Danube River, it is near the Wachau Valley located in lower Austria. it is a well known wine growing regiona nad is often visited by cruise ships on the river Danube. 

Durnstein, is a beautiful smal town on the Danube River, it is near the Wachau Valley located in lower Austria. it is a well known wine growing regiona nad is often visited by cruise ships on the river Danube. 

Beyond Melk, the Danube carves its way through the beautiful Wachau Valley, an 18 mile section of steep, terraced slopes of vineyards and forested hills, which turn incredible shades of red and gold in the autumn. It is regarded by many as one of the most scenic stretches of the river.

In its midst is Durnstein, discernible from some distance away because of the jagged outline of the ruined castle on the hilltop, and the unusual sky blue Baroque church tower squatting like a giant pepper pot on the river bank.

 
14 - Tue, 10/06/2014
Wachau Valley

Wachau Valley is an austrain valley with a picturesque landscape created by the River Danube. It is one of the prominent tourist destinations of lower Austria, located between the towns of Melk and Krems. 

Wachau Valley is an austrain valley with a picturesque landscape created by the River Danube. It is one of the prominent tourist destinations of lower Austria, located between the towns of Melk and Krems. 

 
14 - Tue, 10/06/2014
Melk

Melk is a city in the lower Austria, next to the Wachau Valley along the Danube. Melk has a population of 5,257 and it is best known for as the site of a massive barouque Benedictine monastery named Melk Abbey. 

Melk is a city in the lower Austria, next to the Wachau Valley along the Danube. Melk has a population of 5,257 and it is best known for as the site of a massive barouque Benedictine monastery named Melk Abbey. 

 
15 - Wed, 11/06/2014
Linz
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Linz is the capital of the state of Austria and also the third largest city of Austria. The city is located in  the north centre of Austria and in the south it border with  the Czech.  The main tourism and transport connections that runs through the city is the River Danube.

Linz is the capital of the state of Austria and also the third largest city of Austria. The city is located in  the north centre of Austria and in the south it border with  the Czech.  The main tourism and transport connections that runs through the city is the River Danube.

Innovative and contemporary, Linz on the river Danube offers you the best of culture, architecture, science and nature, which sit perfectly together. Dont be surpirsed when you see modern cultural buildings sitting harmoniously with baroque facades and the ground-breaking industrial architecture with energy efficient facades.

Linz is a city with an urban edge and a thriving youth culture. In recent years it has become recognised as for its modern arts and new technology stakes. Som much so in fact that Linz was recognised as the European Capital of Culture in 2009.

 
16 - Thu, 12/06/2014
Vienna
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Vienna is the capital city of Austria. For most people stopping in Vienna is usually the highlight of the cruise. Vienna is Austria’s political, cultural and economic centre, and the city still boasts symbols, of its imperial capital it once was. The historic city centre in Vienna has been inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001.

Vienna is the capital city of Austria. For most people stopping in Vienna is usually the highlight of the cruise. Vienna is Austria’s political, cultural and economic centre, and the city still boasts symbols, of its imperial capital it once was. The historic city centre in Vienna has been inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001.

Vienna is located in the east of Austria, with its borders close to the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. Vienna is widely known as the “City of Music”, because of its musical legacy of renowned composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Schubert and Strauss living here.

During your visit in Vienna you must see the St Stephen’s Cathedral, it is Austria’s most Gothic organisations, the Schonbrunn Palace is an architectural marvel. This was Empress Sisi’s former summer residence, the palace contains an enchanting park, the Palm House, the Gloriette and a zoo. You can spend an entire day looking around the Schonobrunn Palace, it is so magnificent. No visit to Vienna is complete without seeing a live musical orchestra, this is usually offered by most cruise lines as an optional tour.

 

 
17 - Fri, 13/06/2014
London

One of the world's greatest cities, London is situated in south-eastern England at the head of the River Thames estuary. It is a melting pot of centuries of cultures offering an endless collection of historical and modern sites.