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  1. Day 1
    Los Angeles to Las Vegas
    Meet up with your Contiki crew and Trip Manager before we hit the road. Journey through Southern California and the vast Mojave Desert, with its iconic Joshua trees, into Nevada.

    Get ready to arrive in larger-than-life Las Vegas – a manmade entertainment oasis smack in the middle of the desert. Dubbed “Sin City”, it’s all about glitz, neon lights and excess.

    See the bright lights of this city and its world famous casinos in a first taste of Vegas kitsch. As the group heads down the main drag, the “Strip”, your Trip Manager will fill you in on the story behind the city.

    Then cruise downtown to Freemont Street where you’ll experience the spectacular light and laser show in a massive pedestrian mall.

    Day 2
    Las Vegas
    With a free day, you’ve got time to get a real feel for this outrageous town, so keep an eye out for Elvis impersonators and fast-paced chapel weddings!

    Explore more of the Strip and check out over-the-top versions of international icons, like the Eiffel Tower, Venetian canals and gondolas, a Roman temple or the pyramid, whose nightlight can be seen from the moon. Try your luck at one of the casinos, sit yourself down at a blackjack table and watch the high-rollers or go for a ride at one of the casino’s theme-parks. If you work up an appetite, tuck into an all you can eat buffet, and lunch American style.

    For something different, discover Las Vegas’ trademark art at the Neon Museum and for a look into this town’s atomic heyday in the 50s, visit the Atomic Testing Museum.

    Tonight, get some pointers on Las Vegas’ hot spots from your Trip Manager and make the most of this towns’ 24/7 action with some of your new friends.

    Day 3
    Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon via Route 66
    Leaving the desert of Nevada, we head into Arizona’s high country. With down time on the coach, plug in your iPod, catch up on some sleep or chat with your new friends.

    Following a section of the legendary Route 66, we stop in the town of Seligman. This historic town will give you a feel for the old style as you check out 1940s shop fronts and motels. This is a good place to pick up a souvenir for back home.

    We continue on to the mind-blowing landscape of the Grand Canyon, one of the world’s most recognizable natural wonders and pride of Arizona.

    Day 4
    Grand Canyon National Park
    A day here means time to take in the immensity and spine-tingling beauty of the scene-stealing Canyon – it has got a rep for a reason!

    This morning get up close to this UNESCO World Heritage site on an optional helicopter ride and get another angle on the Canyon as you fly over it.

    Hike along the South Rim for mind-blowing vistas of the dramatic scenery. See some of the oldest exposed rocks on earth, take in the deep abyss and soak up the wildness of the area. There are trails for all levels of hiking, so take it up a notch or cruise along at your own pace.

    Wrap up the day with a canyon sunset and take in the stunning changes of light while the sun goes down.

    Day 5
    Grand Canyon to Durango via Monument Valley
    It’s into the Wild West today as we travel past cacti, rocky plateaus and the iconic desert backdrop of Monument Valley. Packed with stone spires and mesas (flattop mountains), the valley is also home to Navajo culture. Learn about the American Indian and Navajo way of life as the group visits the Navajo Tribal Park.

    Your jaw will drop as we travel through a narrow gorge to the Painted Desert, where colorful rock formations dot the desert. Get your camera ready for a rock shaped exactly like a Mexican sombrero (hat).

    Then it's off to Colorado’s adventure capital and old-mining town, Durango, with its rugged nature and masses of trees.

    Day 6
    Durango to Albuquerque
    Get into the region’s outdoor lifestyle in an adrenaline-pumping river-rafting optional or choose to take the laid back approach on the Horse back trail ride.

    This afternoon, it’s a total change of scene when we enter New Mexico, where sun-baked earthen brick buildings stand out against the bright blue sky. When we pull into Albuquerque, you’ve got time before dinner to uncover the city’s Spanish heritage. Check out the pueblo (old town), where the original settlement still stands, as well as small shops that sell knick-knacks, antiques and souvenirs.

    Day 7
    Albuquerque to Amarillo
    Enjoy an unforgettable experience by choosing an optional hot air balloon ride over New Mexico in the early morning. This region is famous for hot air ballooning, so grab hold of your camera for the full-blown vistas over the desert and the Rio Grande.

    Next up is Santa Fe. It’s a prime example of how New Mexico mixes up Mexican, Spanish, Anglo and American Indian cultures. Walk around town and see pueblo style architecture or experience Santa Fe’s artistic flair and visit some of its 250 art galleries. It’s a great place to pick up some turquoise jewelery – a traditional craft of the American Indians.

    For lunch, try out some local spicy specialties like caldillo (green chilli stew), fajitas (sizzling meat and vegetables wrapped in tortilla) and tamales (cornmeal, meat and chili).

    Eastbound, we travel into the heart of cowboy country to laid- back Amarillo, a small, quirky town known for its ranches and cattle auctions.

    Get your dose of Americana at the Cadillac Ranch – a roadside open-air collection of off-beat art. Cast your eyes over the time line of Cadillac models and learn about this classic American car.

    Make the most of our “old west” accommodation tonight, complete with a Texas-shaped pool and horse hotel (stables for those travelling steeds). Later on, if you’re keen, put your hand up for the Big Steak Challenge and take on a 2.1kg portion (4.4lb) of beef.

    Day 8
    Amarillo to Dallas/Fort Worth
    Home to the Dallas Cowboys football team, oil millionaires, rich ranchers and a famous soap opera, Dallas doesn’t do things by halves. The “Big D” dishes up big attitude.

    You’ll get your bearings as your Trip Manager shows the group some of downtown Dallas’ core spots. Then there’s time to get out there among the city slickers and pound the pavements for a first taste of the Lone Star State’s famous city.

    Day 9
    Dallas/Fort Worth
    Dallas is well known for its oil tycoons, ranchers, millionaire tech innovators, and of course, the Dallas Cowboys football team, better known as "America's Team." Feeling like an investigation? We include a visit to the 6th floor museum where you can learn more about the assassination of President John F Kennedy and try your hand at figuring out 'whodunnit.' Back in Forth Worth, enjoy lunch and sightseeing around Sundance Square, try a craft beer on the Ale Trail or pick up some genuine leather boots and hats at the world famous Justin's Boots. You will be looking good tonight as we head to the Fort Worth Stockyards, home of the cowboy hall of fame and the world's largest honkey tonk, Billy Bob'

    Day 10
    Dallas/Fort Worth to Memphis
    With one foot in Texas and one foot in Arkansas, we visit the town of Texarkana! Make sure you grab a photo of yourself standing in two states.

    Stop by Little Rock and see the Central high school - a hot spot during the Civil Rights Movement! Then we cross over the mythical Mississippi River and pull into the 'musical mecca' and BBQ capital, Memphis. Hometown to blues, soul and rock’n’roll, Memphis moves to a lot of different beats. Get a feel for its rhythm as your Trip Manager points out the Gibson guitar factory, the Orpheum Theatre, Rock’n’Soul Museum and Beale Street.

    Day 11
    Memphis
    Jump start the day with a tour of Graceland and pay homage to the King of Rock’n’Roll. Your Trip Manager will tell you Elvis’ story before you tour his 70s style mansion and get up close to his lifestyle, gold records and jumpsuits.

    After Graceland, you’ve got free time to explore Memphis.

    Stop by at Memphis’ signature site, Sun Studios, where Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash all recorded. If you want to find out more about Memphis musical heritage, have a look around and even make your own record!

    If you’re hungry while your here, make sure you try out some Memphis BBQ, as this place is known for it.

    Later, head to Memphis’ core and former hub of African American culture, Beale Street. Birthplace of the blues, stomping ground of famous singers like B.B. King and Tina Turner, this historic street is a major landmark and a great place to listen to live music, kick back with a beer and party.

    Day 12
    Memphis to New Orleans
    Drop by Jackson, Mississippi, and then cross Lake Pontchartrain on the longest causeway in the world.

    A meeting point of European style and Caribbean flavors, swinging New Orleans is busy with soul, flamboyance, festivities and a whole lot of jazz!

    Get your first taste of the city’s romance as the group looks into New Orleans’ spiritual heart: the historic French Quarter. See New Orleans’ main drag, the city’s original coffee shop Café du Monde, the French Market and thriving Jackson Square, with its pretty wrought iron balconies.


    Later, turn the energy levels up with a visit to Bourbon street. Humming night and day, it is all about music and bars. So make sure you live the New Orleans’ motto “Laissez les bon temps rouler” - let the good times roll!

    Day 13
    New Orleans
    A free day means time to absorb the atmosphere and lose yourself in the energy and diversity of New Orleans. You could hop on a historic street car and head to the southern end of the Garden District, where you can soak up the rundown elegance and old-world charm of the quarter’s Victorian mansions.

    Experience more of the stunning French Quarter, made up of hidden courtyards, soul-kitchens and jazz clubs. Hang out in Jackson Square and watch musicians, fortune tellers and artists.

    For a taste of tradition, sit down in historic Café du Monde and order the only two things on the menu: café au lait (milk coffee) and beignets (French donut).

    To learn more about local flavours, sign up for the New Orleans Cooking School optional and watch well-known local chefs make classics like gumbo (a type of stew), shrimp Creole and bread pudding, and then eat the food afterwards.

    Other ideas for your free time include rummaging through the farmers and flea markets on the square, visiting the Voodoo Museum for a look into more spellbinding traditions or reliving Mardi Gras at the Mardi Gras Museum.

    Day 14
    New Orleans to Panama City Beach
    With time to relax on the coach, enjoy a siesta or get some tips for the up-coming destinations from your Trip Manager. Travel through Southern Mississippi. Afterwards, we head to Southern Alabama to soak up some sun with an overnight stop at "The World's Most Beautiful Beaches" - Panama City Beach.


    Day 15
    Panama City Beach to Orlando
    Get ready to arrive in the former farming town of Orlando. This ordinary town was transformed into the most-visited place in the state by Walt Disney’s imagination, when he created Disney World. Now Orlando is all about wild rides, fantasy and amusement parks, so get some pointers from your Trip Manager and take your pick!

    Day 16
    Orlando
    Free time means a day out in one of the many fun parks located here with some friends. There are loads of options; Disney World with its 4 parks, Universal Studios and several water parks. The parks also serve up theme-bars and clubs, so if you’re keen, keep it moving tonight at one of them.

    Day 17
    Orlando to Miami
    Flamboyant, flashy and fabulous, Miami is hot and loud. Packed with diverse neighborhoods, each with their own character, Miami is great place to hang out.

    First up it's a look around the downtown. You’ll see the Miami Heat (basketball team) arena, the high rises of the financial district and the outdoor shopping area of the Bayside Marketplace.

    Then, discover stylish South Beach with its iconic art deco buildings, swaying palm trees and neon lights. Sizzling any night of the week, South Beach is where all the action is, so explore it in a night out with your friends.

    Day 18
    Miami
    Tropical Miami oozes energy and a free day here means time to get into this happening hub.

    Head down to Ocean Avenue and people-watch. If you’re looking to relax, kick back among the toned, bronzed bodies on South Beach and take a swim in the warm waters of the southern Atlantic.

    Have a go on 2 wheels in a fun biking excursion with the group and get familiar with the waterfront neighborhoods. Your Local Guide will give you an insider’s view on this colorful town, and take you to many of Miami’s signature sites like Casa Casuarina (Versace Mansion), the Bass Art Museum and the Holocaust Memorial before winding down with something cool to drink at Miami’s Marina.

    If you’ve got time to live a bit of the local Latin lifestyle, return to Little Havana and order some Cuban rice and beans, followed by some sweet Cuban coffee. Try your hand at dominoes on one of the outdoor tables on Calle Ocho (Eighth Street) or pick up a Cuban cigar and some salsa music at one of the little shops.

    Before you hit the shops, get some pointers about where to head from your Trip Manager, who knows the ins and outs of Miami. For shopping in style, stroll through the outdoor shopping promenade of the Lincoln Road mall and for bargains, head to Espanola Way. Tonight, live a slice of the high life and party it up Miami style out on the water in our optional harbor party cruise.

    Day 19
    Miami to Daytona Beach via Kennedy Space Center
    Today you get the chance to touch base with outer space as you explore the incredible Kennedy Space Center before arriving in the NASCAR capital, Daytona Beach!

    Day 20
    Daytona Beach to St. Augustine
    This morning there's time to chill on the beach, or for those adventurous thrill seekers why not ride shotgun in a NASCAR for a serious adrenaline rush!

    Back on the coach, we cruise through a wildlife reserve and journey on to pretty St. Augustine, America’s oldest inhabited city, complete with cobblestones, a laid-back harbor and small beaches. Head to the timeworn streets of the Spanish quarter with the group, soak up the Mediterranean feel with its colorful buildings and courtyards, and see the 17th Century Castillo de San Marcos National Monument.

    PLEASE NOTE: Trips departing before April 2015 will head from Cocoa Beach to St. Augustine via the Kennedy Space Center as the itinerary below

    Hit the Space Coast, home to NASA, and visit the fascinating Kennedy Space Center, the only rocket launch point for space missions in the Western Hemisphere. You’ve got time to explore the massive series of buildings, as you learn about space exploration and get up close to pieces of the moon, mission capsules, astronaut’s gear and space shuttles. You’ll also see the launch and landing pad first hand.

    Back on the coach, we cruise through a wildlife reserve and journey on to pretty St. Augustine, America’s oldest inhabited city, complete with cobblestones, a laid-back harbor and small beaches. Head to the timeworn streets of the Spanish quarter with the group, soak up the Mediterranean feel with its colorful buildings and courtyards, and visit the 17th Century Castillo de San Marcos National Monument.

    Day 21
    St. Augustine to Savannah
    Free-wheeling Savannah is up next and its all about southern charm. Fall under its spell as you check out the old cotton warehouses, historic city squares and mansions. Spared from the destruction of the Civil War, you’ll see original historic buildings here.

    Visit stunning Forsyth Park and see gorgeous moss covered oak trees, surrounding historic homes and inns. Take in the sub-tropical plants, flowers and lush greenery that spill onto the town’s 24 public squares.

    Perhaps enjoy dinner along the waterfront tonight and experience southern hospitality at its best.

    Day 22
    Savannah to Raleigh via Charleston
    The southern hospitality is second to none in the delightful Savannah, and after a good rest and some great food its back aboard the coach (is it starting to feel like home yet?) where we travel to Charleston, SC before arriving at our home for the night, Raleigh, situated in the state of North Carolina.

    Charleston, the birthplace of the dance craze of the same name. Here, horse and carriages are the norm and the ‘low country’ favourite of shrimp and grits are menu regulars, which should be high priority on your agenda today. Learn some facts from our Local Guide, and visit a historical rice plantation. Later, more beautiful 17th Century buildings will excite the architecture enthusiasts as we stroll along stunning Church Street and the waterside promenade, visiting the 200 year old market.

    We pull up the brakes for an over night stop in North Carolina's capital city of Raleigh. Get some good zzz's here before we head on tomorrow for a big day of travel and some more sight seeing.

    Day 23
    Raleigh to Washington D.C.
    This morning, cross over the border into Richmond for a slice of history. After a look around the old center we head to Carytown, a young and funky district, for lunch.

    Next up: the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. It’s the USA’s political core, buzzing with decision makers and busy with museums, monuments and politics.

    Get inspired on our Illuminations Tour around D.C’s famous structures and see the city brilliantly lit up against the night sky. Your local guide will fill you in D.C’s signature sites and monuments, like the Capitol Building, Washington Monument and the White House.

    We’ll drive along the National Mall, a traditional place of protest and of key events in the USA’s past. Enjoy an overview of presidential history with a look at the Lincoln Memorial, where Martin Luther King gave his “I have a dream” speech, the Jefferson memorial with its famous columns and the Roosevelt Memorial. Remember those who died in Vietnam and Korea as you check out the memorials to those conflicts.

    Day 24
    Washington D.C.
    With two full days to explore the capital, you can visit some fascinating museums and monuments, or hang out in the city’s vibrant neighborhoods for a different feel.

    We’ll visit Arlington National Cemetery, where JFK is buried and thousands of US soldiers lie. You’ll see the sobering sight of endless rows of white headstones and have the chance to watch the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Then get some pointers from your Tour Manager on where to go next.

    Get a dose of culture at the Smithsonian Museums. This is a one-stop culture spot, made up of 19 different museums. It has it all – from natural history to space, so the choice is yours, and best of all, it’s free!

    You can also visit the world-class Holocaust Museum and learn about one of history’s darkest moments as you honor the victims.

    For something fun and intriguing, head to the Spy Museum. Find out about infamous FBI cases and what it means to be a secret agent, while you listen to bugs and play around with gadgets and interactive displays.

    Later, hit Georgetown, D.C.’s oldest district and see how it has injected itself with new energy. 200 year-old buildings hold hip galleries and boutiques – it’s a great place to pick up something funky. It’s also a global kitchen - try something from the 50 different types of ethnic food on offer. With a university crowd, Georgetown is vibrant and young, so spend some time exploring the laid-back lounges and upscale bars.

    For something more upbeat, get down and funky in Adams-Morgan, another trendy district.

    Day 26
    Washington D.C. to New York
    Leaving the capital behind, we continue on to New York.

    First up is Philadelphia. Check out Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, and the historic Liberty Bell – Philadelphia’s landmark that weighs in at 2080lb (944kg). Don’t forget to try a Philly cheese steak, a local speciality before we head to the famous New York City!

    Day 27
    Hello Big Apple!
    Get familiar with the Big Apple as your Tour Manger & Local Guide open up Manhattan. See the USA’s economic heart on Wall Street and the famous stock exchange NYSE, before checking out the cultural hub of Harlem and the famous Apollo Theatre, where jazz, blues and soul greats like James Brown performed.

    You’ll see Museum Row, which includes some of the world’s most prestigious museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum.

    Check out the towering Rockefeller center, which took 70,000 workers to build, the Gothic St Patrick’s Cathedral and the exclusive jewelry store, Tiffany’s before making a sobering stop at the World Trade Center Site, where the Twin Towers once stood. Then take an optional helicopter ride for the most unique view over the city.



    Day 28
    New York, New York
    Get up close to one of the world’s most recognizable icons, the Statue of Liberty. Then, with a free day, you can take off at your own pace and discover more of the ultimate big city.

    Get on 2 wheels in a fun optional guided tour and peddle your way through Central Park, New York’s heart and “lungs”. Our Local Guide knows this popular haunt’s hidden spots and will tell you all about this iconic green space.

    Otherwise, get familiar with New York’s various flavors and step into its global kitchen. Try some hand made pasta in atmospheric Little Italy, or authentic noodles from a hole-in-the-wall restaurant in bustling Chinatown. Pick up a bagel and some salami from a deli or buy an authentic American hot dog from a street stand.

    Use your free time to explore New York’s vibrant and diverse neighborhoods up close. Soak up the bohemian feel of the former center point of the folk movement, Greenwich village. This hub of alternative culture still has a buzzing street life and cute, sidewalk cafes. Take a walk through stylish Soho and check out its hip, funky boutiques, the warehouse district and its trademark iron architecture.


    Shopping-wise, New York is one of the world’s hottest cities and a leading trend-setter, so get some tips from your Trip Manager on where to go for the latest fashions.

    If you’re into the hit show “Sex and the City”, don’t miss your chance to find out more with our fun optional locally guided tour around the girls’ favorite city hot spots in New York this afternoon.

    Use your free night to head back to your favorite city spot for a cocktail or ask your Trip Manager for some fresh ideas and head out with your friends.



    Day 29
    More of Manhattan
    Use your free time to get out of the city for a change of scene. Head out to beautiful Brooklyn by walking over the historic Brooklyn Bridge or visit the colourful suburb, the Bronx, known for its zoo and botanical gardens. For something different, hit the Lower East Side and learn about New York’s mixed history and immigrants at the Tenement Museum. If you’re feeling hungry, visit the Chelsea Market – it’s packed with gourmet foods from brownies to lobster. Tonight is the last night in NYC and we’re going to make it unforgettable. After an included dinner, we’ll head straight to the top of New York’s most famous landmark, the Empire State Building. Take in the gorgeous night lights of Manhattan and sweeping views over the city from 102 floors up.

    Day 30
    New York to Boston
    Meet up with your Contiki crew and Trip Manager in New York City, before we hit the road and drop by Providence, Rhode Island's capital city.

    Next up is Boston. Home to the Red Sox (the famous baseball team), many creative thinkers and historic rebels, this thriving university town is soaked in history and packed with things to do.

    Your Trip Manager will introduce the group to Boston’s core spots. You’ll see Boston Common – the city’s oldest park – and the historic Quincy Market & Faneuil Hall, which served as a meeting place for those wanting independence from England and for slavery to end.

    Get to know your crew and Trip Manager over dinner tonight, before exploring more of the city in a fun night out. With everything from indie bands to nightclubs, there’s something for everyone.

    Day 31
    Boston
    With a full day here, you’ll get a feel for this user-friendly city, which is easy to explore on foot.

    In your free time, walk through a living time line and follow Boston’s famous Freedom Trail, which takes you past 2 and a half centuries of history. Learn about Boston’s rebellious role on its road to independence as you explore the cobbled lanes and historic hot spots.

    Discover more of Boston. Pound the pavements or choose our optional Hop-on-Hop-off trolley tour and cover more of the city. You’ll get the background on Boston’s famous Tea Party, when Boston citizens threw tons of tea into the harbour in protest against the British Crown.

    Head back to Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market for a bit of souvenir shopping and a dose of history. Dubbed the “Cradle of Liberty” this famous brick building has played a key role in the city for over 250 years. Check out the stalls loaded with New England’s crafts, pick up some Boston-made items and order some local food at a push cart eatery or restaurant.

    For a bit of the local lifestyle, take in the waterfront by following the Haborwalk. Made up of 62.8 km (39miles) of paths weaving through diverse neighborhoods, it is a great way to experience Boston’s maritime flavour and see its working ports in action.

    Get into the city’s café culture on Italian flavoured Hanover Street in Boston’s oldest residential district. Sip on a cappuccino as you take in the city’s iconic brick architecture.

    If you just want to relax, kick back with the locals and people-watch in one of the nine parks that make up the city’s “Emerald Necklace”. You could return to Boston Common, where public hangings took place in the old days, – now it’s a great place to hang out.

    Day 32
    Boston to Quebec City
    With the luck of the Irish, we pack our bags without leaving anything behind and make for Quebec via the wilds of Maine. Whizzing by jaw-dropping scenery and spotting the occasional moose out the window is sure to give you a second wind before we cross the border to Canada.

    Day 33
    Quebec City
    Step back in time in Quebec’s old-town as your Local Guide opens up the UNESCO World Heritage listed center. As you walk
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  3. Day 1: Arrive Prague
    Be met on arrival and transfer to your hotel.
    Day 2: Prague
    Set out on a guided tour of the Old Town. The remainder of the afternoon is then at your leisure. This evening, perhaps enjoy a folklore dinner show - own expense.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 3: Prague
    With a full day at leisure, perhaps join an optional excursion to Terezín Concentration Camp Memorial - own expense.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 4: Prague, Regensburg, Vilshofen, Embark Ship
    Travel to Regensburg and enjoy a tour, then continue to beautiful Vilshofen. Board your luxurious river ship and enjoy an ‘Oktoberfest’ celebration tonight..
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 5: Passau
    Cruise to beautiful Passau and enjoy a guided tour of the iconic sights.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 6: Linz, Ceský Krumlov OR Salzkammergut OR Salzburg
    Tour Linz, then choose to visit Ceský Krumlov; travel to the Salzkammergut region; or explore Salzburg.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 7: Melk, Krems, Dürnstein
    Disembark in Melk for a tour of Melk Abbey. Afterwards, cruise to Krems, then travel by coach to Dürnstein for a guided walking tour and a wine tasting.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 8: Vienna
    Tour Vienna before time at leisure. Tonight, perhaps take in an optional Mozart and Strauss concert - own expense.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 9: Bratislava
    In Bratislava, a walking tour includes the Old Town Hall, Mirbach Palace and St Martin’s Cathedral.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 10: Budapest
    Alight your ship for a city tour. You’ll also visit Buda Castle which, along with the embankments of the Danube River, has been recognised as a World Heritage-listed site. Afterwards, enjoy time at leisure.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 11: Budapest, Puszta
    Today, explore the Puszta region in the Great Hungarian Plain, and visit a local farm. Enjoy a traditional lunch of goulash before returning to your ship.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 12: Mohács, Pécs, Villány
    Arrive in Mohács and travel to Pécs for a tour. After lunch back on board, an excursion takes you to the Villány wine region for a wine tasting.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 13: Vukovar, Novi Sad
    Today, visit the landmarks of the Yugoslavian civil war, or take a wine tour to Ilok. Then cruise to Novi Sad in Serbia and enjoy a guided tour.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 14: Belgrade
    On a tour of Serbia’s capital, see the Belgrade Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St Sava. After your tour, you will have some free time in the city centre to stroll along Prince Michael Street, the city’s main shopping district.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 15: Iron Gates
    Cruise through one of Europe’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders, the Iron Gates. Here the Danube narrows as it winds through a series of magnificent gorges between Serbia and Romania.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 16: Vidin, Belogradchik
    Arrive in Vidin this morning and travel by coach to Belogradchik where you’ll see the mighty Kaleto Fortress. Back in Vidin later, visit the Baba Vida Fortress. Discover the thick defensive walls and imposing towers that provide a stark contrast to the peaceful surrounds, before enjoying a fascinating historical re-enactment.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 17: Giurgiu, Veliko Târnovo
    Travel to Veliko Târnovo for a tour to discover the city’s rich history. Often referred to as the 'City of the Tsars', the city is situated on the Yantra River and was the capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire between 1185 and 1396. Afterwards, enjoy a traditional Bulgarian lunch.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 18: Rousse, Disembark Ship, Bucharest
    Disembark your ship in Rousse, then spend the day in Bucharest, Romania’s capital city that has been described as ‘the Paris of the East’. Explore the city’s open-air museum then visit the Palace of the Parliament or enjoy some free time in the Lipscani district.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    Day 19: Transylvania - Sinaia, Bran
    Today you will have a full day to immerse yourself in the region of Transylvania. You will travel to the mountain resort of Sinaia for a visit to Peles Castle, the final resting place for several Romanian monarchs including King Carol I who died there in 1914. Your sightseeing continues with a visit to Bran Castle, said to be the inspiration for the castle featured in Bram Stoker’s 1897 vampire novel ‘Dracula’. Later, return to Bucharest for an evening at leisure.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 20: Depart Bucharest
    Today your Grand Danube Cruise journey draws to a conclusion. After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your onward flight.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
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  5. Day 1: Arrive Lima (Peru)
    On arrival in Lima this evening, transfer to your hotel and meet your fellow travellers.
    Day 2: Lima
    Take a morning tour of the World Heritage-listed Historic Centre of Lima.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    Day 3: Lima, Cusco, Chincheros, Sacred Valley
    Board a flight to Cusco, the historic capital of the Inca Empire. On arrival, travel to Chincheros in the Andean highlands. Tonight, stay overlooking a river in the Sacred Valley.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 4: Sacred Valley, Freedom of Choice

    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 5: Sacred Valley, Maras, Moray

    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    Day 6: Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu
    Board PeruRail’s Vistadome train and travel through the Andes to Machu Picchu. On arrival at the ruins, set off on a locally guided tour.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 7: Machu Picchu, Cusco
    Return to Machu Picchu in the morning before boarding PeruRail’s Vistadome train for a journey back to the Sacred Valley. Transfer by coach to Cusco.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 8: Cusco, Freedom of Choice
    A walking tour of Cusco will take you to the square in the city’s historic heart, the Plaza de Armas, as well as the sacred sites of Koricancha and Cusco Cathedral.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    Day 9: Cusco, Iquitos, Embark Amazon Cruise
    Fly via Lima to Iquitos. Here, board your river ship for your Amazon cruise, during which you’ll have the opportunity to discover the wildlife of Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 10: Amazon Cruise, Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve
    Cruise the El Dorado River and watch for grey and pink river dolphins. As you cruise, keep an eye out for scarlet macaws, Amazonian parrotlets and iguanas.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 11: Amazon Cruise
    Enjoy a rainforest hike where you’re likely to encounter birds such as the bluish-fronted jacamar and red-capped cardinals. Then travel by skiff over the Pacaya River at sunset. Later, join a night safari.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 12: Amazon Cruise
    Cruise in skiffs in search of shore birds then visit the Yanallpa community. Later, keep an eye out for some sloths, bald uakaris and saddleback tamarins.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 13: Disembark Amazon Cruise, Iquitos, Lima
    Meet local villagers in Puerto Miguel then transfer to Iquitos and visit the Manatee Rescue Centre. In the afternoon, board your included flight to Lima.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    Day 14: Lima, Quito (Ecuador)
    Fly from Lima to Quito, a beautiful city set high in the Andes. Here you’ll stay in the historic city centre.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 15: Quito
    Tour Quito and discover its colonial splendour before afternoon tea at your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    Day 16: Quito
    With a further day at leisure, perhaps you’ll discover why the city was ranked as Lonely Planet’s top city to visit in 2016.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 17: Quito, Baltra Island, embark Galapagos Island Cruise, South Plaza Island
    Fly to Baltra Island and transfer to the dock to board the Yacht La Pinta. This afternoon set sail and enjoy your first afternoon outing to South Plaza Island where the turquoise waters contrast brilliantly with the white sand and black lava of the shoreline. Succulents, cactus and land iguanas serves as ground cover along the coastline.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 18: Galápagos Islands Cruise, Santa Fe Island & San Cristobal Island
    This morning take a dinghy over to Santa Fe Island to a sandy white beach populated by colonies of sea lions. As you walk along the beach keep an eye out for Galapagos hawks perched atop salt bushes and The Santa Fe land iguana which are unique to just this island. After the walk swim and snorkel or ride the glass-bottom boat. This afternoon sail to San Cristobal Island and disembark at the islands capital and drive 40 minutes to the island’s southern shore to Cerro Colorado and visit the breeding center for endangered giant tortoises.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 19: Galápagos Islands Cruise, San Cristobal Island
    Landing at the Eastern tip of San Cristobal Island disembark and take a walk along the trail ascending from the beach, keeping a look out for frigates and colonies of bachelor sea lions. If conditions are favorable, there is the opportunity to swim and snorkel off the beach. In the afternoon a dinghy ride takes you to Cerro Brujo’s expansive white coral beach for afternoon birdwatching and walking along the shores, that Charles Darwin walked upon back in September 1835.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 20: Galápagos Islands Cruise, Espanola Island
    This morning at Punta Suarez take an exciting walk with the naturalist guide on the lava/boulder terrain and see the unique sea bird colonies, boobies, swallow-tail gulls, red-green-black marine iguanas and the famous lava formation known as the “blow hole”. In the afternoon set sail for Gardner Bay, where there are plenty of activities to enjoy; relax on the beach, swim, snorkel, kayak or take a short walk and observe the sea lions, mockingbirds and finches.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 21: Santa Cruz, Baltra Island, Disembark Galápagos Islands Cruise, Guayaquil
    Disembark Yacht La Pinta this morning, but before your Galapagos journey ends walk around the Charles Darwin Research Station. Transfer by bus across Santa Cruz Island then take a short ferry ride to Baltra where you will fly from the Galapagos Islands to Guayaquil. Tonight enjoy a farewell dinner. Guayaquil, Hilton Hotel
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 22: Depart Guayaquil
    Transfer to the airport for your onward flight.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
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  7. Day 1: Arrive Munich
    Be met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. Tonight, enjoy a Welcome Reception.
    Day 2: Munich
    Enjoy a guided tour then later, select your sightseeing. Enjoy a Welcome Dinner at a traditional brauhaus.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 3: Munich, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
    Travel to Echelsbach Bridge for incredible views.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 4: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, St Moritz
    Venture into Switzerland as you head towards the famous resort town of St Moritz.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 5: St Moritz, Tirano, Lugano
    Board your first-class journey aboard the Bernina Express. A particular highlight is the panoramic view as you descend the glaciers from Chur. Disembark in Italy's Tirano, then travel by coach to Lugano.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 6: Lugano
    Enjoy a peaceful, relaxing cruise on Lake Lugano as you absorb the majestic alpine scenery. This afternoon, ascend Mont Bre, which offers sensational views over Lugano.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 7: Lugano, Zermatt
    Traverse magnificent alpine scenery as you continue your journey to stunning Zermatt.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 8: Zermatt
    Ride the Gornergrat Railway for sublime views of the towering Matterhorn.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 9: Zermatt, Montreux, Gstaad
    On the shores of Lake Geneva, see Chillon Castle, which was the inspiration behind Lord Byron's The Prisoner of Chillon. Continue to Gstaad, where you will arrive in time for afternoon tea at your iconic and luxurious hotel on the Schonried sun terrace.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 10: Gstaad, Simmental, Interlaken, Lucerne
    See the beautiful alpine landscapes with stops in both Simmental and Interlaken on your way to Lucerne.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 11: Lucerne
    Tour Lucerne.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 12: Lucerne
    Cruise Lake Lucerne. Ride to the summit of Mt Pilatus, then return by gondola.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 13: Lucerne, Lake Geneva, Lyon, Embark Ship
    Travel via Bern and Lake Geneva to Lyon to embark your ship.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 14: Lyon
    Today, choose your sightseeing.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 15: Belleville, Beaujolais Region, Vienne
    After your sightseeing, rejoin your ship and cruise to Vienne.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 16: Tournon, Viviers
    Choose your sightseeing. Later, continue to Viviers.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 17: Viviers, Grignan
    Join a truffle farmer and his dogs to head out in search of the rare delicacy.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 18: Avignon
    Visit Avignon's Palace of the Popes. Later, select your sightseeing.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 19: Arles
    Choose your sightseeing. Later, tour Arles or explore at your leisure.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 20: Depart Arles
    After breakfast, be transferred to the airport.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
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  9. Day 1: Arrive Vancouver
    Welcome to Vancouver. Be met on arrival and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy the evening at leisure.
    Day 2: Vancouver, Embark Ship
    Your ship awaits you on the arbor today. Step aboard and tonight, enjoy a Sail Away Dinner at the elegant Sabatini’s.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 3: Cruise the Inside Passage
    With a full day on board as your ship glides past rocky headlands and over the still blue waters of the Inside Passage, you can do as much or as little as you wish. Take in the spectacular coastal views or relax and enjoy the onboard facilities.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 4: Ketchikan
    Arrive at the city of Ketchikan, set right on the shores of the Tongass Narrows. Ketchikan acts as a gateway to a wide variety of attractions, including Misty Fjords National Monument – one of America’s largest wilderness areas. It is also known as the ‘Salmon Capital of the World’, and can also lay claim to being the home of the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 5: Tracy Arm, Juneau
    Cruise past the entrance to the Tracy Arm fjord then disembark to explore Alaska’s capital city, Juneau, which is set at the foot of grand mountain peaks on the Gastineau Channel. Juneau has a strong gold rush history, with gold first discovered by prospectors here in 1880. Its incredible prospecting and beautiful scenery has been drawing visitors here since the early 1900s. There’s much to see and do in Juneau, with the town boasting great fishing, wildlife spotting, and many other outdoor activities amid the stunning landscape.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 6: Skagway
    Arrive in Skagway at the northernmost point of the Inside Passage. Once a gateway city for the Klondike Gold Rush, Skagway’s frontier-style atmosphere remains evident today. Never failing to intrigue visitors with its wide range of historic buildings and stories to be told, there are a variety of unique excursions on offer for you to explore at your leisure (own expense).
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 7: Glacier Bay National Park
    Wake up to the sight of World Heritage-listed Glacier Bay National Park, which boasts more actively calving tidewater glaciers than anywhere else in the world. As you cruise through the park and take in the rivers of ice and skyscraping peaks, you’ll benefit from the commentary of rangers who have come aboard to explain the wonders and point out some of the wildlife. Humpback and grey whales, as well as orcas, are known to grace these waters frequently, so be sure to keep watch for that tell-tale ripple beneath the water. Also look for harbor seals and sea otters slipping in and out of the icy water.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 8: College Fjord
    Today you’ll cruise through College Fjord, with its five stunning tidewater glaciers, five large valley glaciers and many smaller glaciers, most of which were named after Ivy League schools.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 9: Whittier, Disembark Ship, Anchorage, Cooper Landing
    Today you will disembark in Whittier and travel via Anchorage to Cooper Landing, located in Kenai Fjords National Park and nestled in the Kenai Mountains. Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, where you will join a local guide to learn about this stunning and untouched region.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 10: Cooper Landing, Kenai Peninsula
    One of the best things about Alaska is you are never far from the wilderness and the Kenai Peninsula is no exception. Today, you may like to get out amid nature and explore the quaint community of Cooper Landing. Perhaps take part in a hands-on gold panning demonstration with local prospector John. Alternatively, embark on a nature hike along a trail used by gold prospectors 100 years ago or enjoy a float trip on the Kenai River.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 11: Cooper Landing, Denali (Mt McKinley)
    Your journey continues to your next wilderness lodge. Enjoy time at leisure to relax or explore the area before dinner.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 12: Denali (Mt McKinley), Talkeetna, Denali National Park
    Take a stunning ride in a Princess Rail Service dome car into Denali National Park, listening to insightful onboard commentary en route. Head to the open-air outdoor observation platforms for the very best views. This evening, you will enjoy an entertaining dinner and show at the Music of Denali Musical Theatre. During the show you will learn about the region’s history and the first men to scale Denali, including Alaskan native Walter Harper, who was the first to reach the main summit.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 13: Denali National Park
    Experience the breathtaking beauty of Denali National Park on a Tundra Wilderness Tour as you try to spot moose, caribou, eagles, wolves, grizzly bears and other wildlife known to call the region home. Discover the extraordinary landscapes of the Alaskan tundra as you journey in the shadow of ‘The Great One’, the towering snow-capped peak of Denali, which is the highest mountain peak in North America. At 6,194 metres in height, it can be difficult to catch a completely clear view. Its jagged peaks, however, are known to peek through the mist at any moment. Will today be your lucky day? Refreshed by the pure Alaskan air you’ll look forward to a free evening. Perhaps you’ll head back out to explore on your own unless you choose to relax and enjoy the facilities at your lodge.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 14: Denali National Park, Fairbanks
    Bid a fond farewell to Denali National Park as you continue your journey to thecity of Fairbanks. Known as the ‘Golden Heart City’, Fairbanks prides itself onthe warmth of its locals. Here, board a sternwheeler and cruise the Chena River, travelling back to a time when riverboats filled the waterways of Alaska’s interior during the late 1800s. Along the way, see a bush pilot demonstration and tour a replica of an Athabascan Indian village, offering an insight into the First Nations people of this region.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 15: Fairbanks
    Take a trip back through Alaska’s gold rush history as you travel along the Tanana Valley Railroad to Gold Dredge 8, which is a National Historical Monument. See first-hand how the dredge worked the gold fields back in the early 1900s and then pan for gold. Will you strike it lucky? Continue on to see the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Later this evening, enjoy a memorable Farewell Dinner with your fellow passengers.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 16: Depart Fairbanks
    Your Alaska journey comes to an end today. After breakfast, transfer to the airport in Fairbanks for your onward flight.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 1: Arrive Vancouver
    Be met on arrival and transferred to your hotel before a Welcome Dinner.
    Meals Included
    dinner
    Day 2: Vancouver, Embark Ship
    Your ship awaits you on the harbour today.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 3: Cruise the Inside Passage
    With a full day on board as your ship glides past rocky headlands and over the still blue waters of the Inside Passage, you can do as much or as little as you wish. Take in the spectacular coastal views or relax and enjoy the onboard facilities.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 4: Ketchikan
    Arrive today at the city of Ketchikan, set right on the shores of the Tongass Narrows. Ketchikan acts as a gateway to a wide variety of attractions, including Misty Fjords National Monument - one of America’s largest wilderness areas. It is known as the ‘Salmon Capital of the World’, and can also lay claim to being the home of the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 5: Juneau
    Cruise past the entrance to the Tracy Arm fjord then disembark to explore Alaska’s capital city, Juneau, which is set at the foot of grand mountain peaks on the Gastineau Channel. Juneau has a strong gold rush history, with gold first discovered by prospectors here in 1880. Its incredible prospecting and beautiful scenery has been drawing visitors here since the early 1900s. There’s much to see and do in Juneau, with the town boasting great fishing, wildlife spotting, and many other outdoor activities amid the stunning landscape.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 6: Skagway
    Arrive in Skagway at the northernmost point of the Inside Passage. Once a gateway city for the Klondike Gold Rush, Skagway’s frontier-style atmosphere remains evident today. Never failing to intrigue visitors with its wide range of historic buildings and stories to be told, there are a variety of unique excursions on offer (own expense). Or, choose to explore on your own.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 7: Glacier Bay National Park
    Wake up to the sight of World Heritage-listed Glacier Bay National Park, which boasts more actively calving tidewater glaciers than anywhere else in the world. As you cruise through the park and take in the rivers of ice and skyscraping peaks, you’ll benefit from the commentary of rangers who have come aboard to explain the wonders and point out some of the wildlife. Humpback and grey whales, as well as orcas, are known to grace these waters frequently, so be sure to keep watch for that tell-tale ripple beneath the water. Also look for harbor seals and sea otters slipping in and out of the icy water.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 8: College Fjord
    Today you’ll cruise through College Fjord, with its five stunning tidewater glaciers, five large valley glaciers and many smaller glaciers, most of which were named after Ivy League schools.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 9: Whittier, Disembark Ship, Anchorage, Cooper Landing
    Disembark your ship in Whittier and travel via Anchorage to Cooper Landing in Kenai Fjords National Park. Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, where you will join a local guide to learn about the region.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 10: Cooper Landing, Kenai Peninsula
    One of the best things about Alaska is you are never far from the wilderness and the Kenai Peninsula is no exception. Today, choose from a number of activities.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 11: Cooper Landing, Denali (Mt McKinley)
    Your journey continues to your next wilderness lodge. Before dinner, enjoy time at leisure to relax or explore the area.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 12: Denali (Mt McKinley), Talkeetna, Denali National Park
    Ride Princess Rail Service dome car into Denali National Park, listening to insightful onboard commentary en route.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    lunch
    dinner
    Day 13: Denali National Park
    After spending the day immersed in the wilderness of Denali National Park, you’ll look forward to a free evening. Perhaps you’ll head back out to explore on your own unless you choose to relax and enjoy the facilities at your lodge.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 14: Denali National Park, Fairbanks
    Bid a fond farewell to Denali National Park as you continue your journey to the city of Fairbanks. Known as the ‘Golden Heart City’, Fairbanks prides itself on the warmth of its locals.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    Day 15: Fairbanks
    Take a trip back through Alaska’s gold rush history as you travel along the Tanana Valley Railroad to Gold Dredge 8, a National Historical Monument. See first-hand how the dredge worked the gold fields back in the early 1900s and then pan for gold. Will you strike it lucky? Continue on to see the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Later this evening, enjoy a memorable Farewell Dinner with your fellow passengers.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
    dinner
    Day 16: Depart Fairbanks
    Your Alaska journey comes to an end today. After breakfast, transfer to the airport in Fairbanks for your onward flight.
    Meals Included
    Breakfast
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