Eastern Europe Danube River Cruise Bucharest to Budapest


A new generation of Eastern Europeans forges a fresh future, unburdened by the memories of oppression and war.

However, you can immerse yourself in the rich and fascinating history of countries that have for so long been a mystery.

Danube River Cruise

Exploring the towns and cities along Europe’s second-largest river. These are the towns and cities that once formed part of the infamous Eastern Bloc.

Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest reminded us a lot of Riga Latvia. Wide, leafy streets lined with lush green parks, plenty of dedicated bike and pedestrian lanes, and glimpses of delightful neoclassical architecture.

Bucharest Old City

There are fantastic restaurants in Bucharest with hip bars, galleries, and theatres scattered through the maze of streets in the pedestrian-only zone.

The Palace of Parliament

If you want to witness megalomania at its finest, head to The Palace of Parliament. The second-largest administrative building in the world and the most expensive.

The Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum

One of the oldest and biggest open-air museums in Europe, is a lovely insight into traditional Romanian village life.

Ruse, Bulgaria

Quaint streets radiate from the central square which is where you will find all of the cities points of interest, making Ruse a very pretty and walkable city.

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