Travel with the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
Danube River, October 12-24, 2019, with Jacqueline Miller
Join Jacqueline Miller, President and CEO of the World Affairs Council of Seattle, on this custom-designed, 13-day travel program, organized by the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, that features seven unique countries, two UNESCO World Heritage sites, and the enchanting eastern Danube River Valley. Cruise for nine nights aboard the exclusively chartered, deluxe AMADEUS QUEEN, from the Habsburgs’ imperial capital of Vienna to the Black Sea. A rich mosaic of medieval cities, charming villages and rugged countryside awaits you, from the ancient lands of Bulgaria to the relatively young territories of Serbia and eastern Croatia, the spectacular Carpathian Mountains and Hungary’s fabled Puszta (plains) to the glittering palaces of Budapest. Immerse yourself in the Slavic heritage of medieval Belgrade and cruise through the dramatic Iron Gates.
The Council will arrange for political briefings at our embassies. Jacqueline Miller will coordinate discussion opportunities amongst group members.
Find out more about this exciting travel opportunity on the Philadelphia Council's website here.
From $4,595 per person plus airfare - a savings of $1,000 if you book by April 9!
View the preliminary tour information (pdf)
- Vienna, Austria
- Bratislava, Slovakia
- Budapest, Hungary
- Kalocsa, Hungary
- Vukovar, Croatia - Novi Sad, Serbia
- Belgrade, Serbia
- Donjui MIlonavac - Cruise through the Iron Gates
- Svishtov, Bulgaria
- Fetesti, Romania
- Bucharest, Romania
About The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia organizes all the Travel the World trips for the national association of Councils and has been doing so for over 35 years. If you enjoy traveling on unique tours to fascinating destinations, and having access to political experts and local guides who give behind the scenes views and briefings, then you'll quickly discover why traveling with the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia is so special.
Because of our reputation as one of the nation's leading forums, the Council has established connections around the globe that allow us to offer members access that they can't get when traveling alone or on other tours. Council leaders are drawn from across the World Affairs Councils of America leadership; from the fields of diplomacy, journalism, or academia accompany some tours as lecturers thereby providing added value to the experience.