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Magical Christmas Markets of Europe Cruise 2018!

Magical Christmas Markets of Europe Cruise 2018!

Few events are awaited with as much anticipation as Europe’s Christmas Markets. Join AmaWatereways and FAMTrips.travel as we embrace the holiday spirit in Germany and Austria where many Christmas traditions began on this magical journey through time. You will be spellbound by the Christmas markets in Vienna, Nuremberg and Prague, as well as others. During this same week, you will also have the opportunity to tour some of the most incredible World Heritage UNESCO sites including such treasures as Salzburg and Cesky Krumlov, one of the most perfectly preserved medieval villages in all of Europe! While in Vienna, you can visit four of the most joyful and beautiful Christmas Markets in the world, with each one being more spectacular than the one before! They are easy to acces, cozy and yet extravagant at the same time! You can certainly begin your cruise a few days earlier by taking part in a two night pre-stay in Vienna which will include a city tour along with some of those incredible Christmas markets! You can also add a magnificent post stay in Prague which is also just lovely with its beautiful Old Town Christmas festivities and Christmas traditional cuisine to savor! If you take the post stay, you would celebrate a spectacular New Year’s Eve in one of the most magnificent cities in all of Europe! It could be your favorite holiday vacation of all times, so join FAMTrips.travel and AmaWaterways to find out just how magical Christmas in Europe can be! Day 1: Dec 23 – EMBARKATION – VIENNA, AUSTRIA Whether you arrived early to take part in the Vienna optional...
Poland 2019!

Poland 2019!

Join us and our escort, Sarna Rose, president of Poland Culinary Vacations for our 3rd “Culinary and Spa” focused FAM in another amazing region of Poland!! Lesser Poland (Malopolska), located in the southeast part of the country, is one of Poland’s most beautiful and delicious regions. In addition to its many unique historic and resort attractions, it is home to the regions magnificent capital city: Krakow, designated as a European City of Culture in 2000. The Old Town district of Krakow was built around Europe’s largest medieval market square, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But Lesser Poland is also home to the highlanders, or gorale, as they are called in Polish. And, while were in the charming town of Zakopane and surrounding areas, we will spend lots of time immersed in highlander culture: cooking, singing and dancing in their homes and restaurants. The highlanders’ rich culinary and cultural traditions make this region one of the most exciting Polish destinations to explore in depth. Outdoor Attractions:  Lesser Poland offers an exceptionally varied and pristine landscape. First-rate hiking and biking trails run through the Tatra Mountains, offering stunning views of gorgeous scenery. Winter sports facilities and folklore events attract travelers here in every season. This region is also famous for its many fine health resorts and national parks that protect its unique environment. Urban Amenities: Krakow, the capital of Lesser Poland, boasts many of the best museums, theaters and architecture in the country. Krakow is also home to one of the world’s oldest and most distinguished universities, the Jagellonian University founded in 1364. Krakow’s Main Square is filled with unique and beautiful cafés, restaurants, and pubs. The square is frequently...