Meandering along the Rhine, Main, Moselle and Danube rivers on Travelmarvel's river ships is one of the most popular travel experiences available. From the comfort of a brand-new river ship, Europe's historic landmarks are delivered to your doorstep. The scenery is postcard-worthy, studded with fairytale towns and castle ruins, church spires and uniform rows of vines.
Whether you want to roam the cobblestones of Prague, spend balmy summer days strolling Italy’s historic streets, or head for Switzerland’s alpine meadows dotted with buttercups, a land journey complements our European river cruises perfectly. Travel aboard comfortable coaches with a Travelmarvel Tour Director leading the way.
Life in the centre of Amsterdam turns at a frenetic pace yet the graceful, canal-crossed streets bring a calmness to the Dutch capital. Admire a riot of tulips at the flower markets, browse prized art collections, and enjoy authentic Dutch culture on a discovery set to the cheerful trill of bicycle bells.
Travelling between Budapest's two districts via the impressive Chain Bridge, you’ll find yourself captivated by the monumental buildings, pretty boulevards and dynamic culture of Hungary’s capital – ‘The Queen of the Danube’. And, watching the spectacular buildings light up along the riverside at night is a scene you'll never forget.
Shaped by some of the most prominent events in history, Germany is full of exquisite architecture and medieval villages. In Miltenberg, get lost amid cobbled lanes and charming half-timbered buildings. In Wurzburg, glimpse a baroque palace and wander through its manicured gardens. And in Bamberg, explore its World Heritage-listed Old Town.
Filled with imperial history and a rich classical music culture, few capitals are as grand as Austria’s. Imagine Maria Theresa ambling along the pathways of grand palaces, stumble upon statues of the city’s musical greats, or indulge in chocolatey sachertorte and Viennese coffee.
Joseph Boulous takes to the magnificent Danube River to visit some of Europe’s most important wine regions. Whenever the phrase “fine European wine” is cited, familiar scenes of France’s Champagne region or Italy’s Chianti Road often spring to mind. However, Europe’s waterways have also played a significant role in shaping the landscape of centuries-old viticulture methods. At its heart lies the mighty Danube.