"Let Viking take you to the cities, towns and natural wonders of Eastern Europe."

So many fairy tales begin in this handsome region - expect stunning architecture, charming neighbourhoods and glorious landscapes.

Experience two nights in bustling Budapest, cosmopolitan capital of Hungary; sail past dramatic natural wonders like the soaring white cliffs of the Iron Gate region; visit the Serbian capital of Belgrade and the Croatian town of Osijek; discover historical treasures of Bulgaria; and admire the graceful charms of the Romanian capital of Bucharest where you will enjoy one overnight stay. This itinerary is, quite simply, a revelation.

Itinerary

Day 4 Kalocsa, Hungary

Day 4 Kalocsa, Hungary

Arrive in Kalocsa, Hungary this morning and take a guided city tour including a visit to the Archbishop’s Palace.

Day 8 Vidin, Bulgaria

Day 8 Vidin, Bulgaria

Arrive in the picturesque Bulgarian port of Vidin, and take an excursion to see Belogradchik Fortress.

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