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The Great Market Hall of Budapest

Also known as the Central Market Hall The Hungarian Fell of the Great Market Hall Built in 1897, the Budapest Grand Market resembles a gigantic Victorian Railway Station. For a real Hungarian feel, its 200-plus stalls are worth the visit even if you are not a shopper...

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Emerald Waterways Lauches in 2014

NEW RIVER CRUISE LAUNCHES FOR 2014 EMERALD WATERWAYS TO OFFER HIGH QUALITY EUROPEAN SAILINGS AND EXCEPTIONAL VALUE – AND THE INDUSTRY’S NEWEST SHIPS Boston, MA, August 2013 – The rumors of a new river cruise line have been floating around for a number of months...

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Vienna/Budapest Easter Package from $621

(Libertyville, IL, February 2012)—The best deal around is TourCrafters’ one-week Vienna and Budapest Easter Package  valid from March 23 to April 12.  The price is $621 from March 23 to 31, $793 from April 1 to 12, including airport transfers; six nights hotel...

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2010 European River Cruises

New York, June 2009 -- Offering consumers and travel agents a head start on planning next year's vacations, Peter Deilmann EuropAmerica Cruises will begin accepting bookings on August 1, 2009 for its 2010 schedule of European river cruises; full details and pricing...

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Eger, The Jewel of Hungary’s Wine

Being one of life’s great cheapskates, I decided against hiring a car and took a two-hour €6 bus ride out of Budapest to Eger, the historic wine region of Hungary. This was a decision I would later regret. A formidable Neanderthal lumbered onto the already full...

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Combine Prague, Vienna & Budapest

Combine Prague, Vienna and Budapest Into One Escorted Tour Vacation - Introductory Prices in January-March from $1,399 Long known for vacation programs to Ireland and Britain, CIE Tours International is branching out to Eastern Europe in 2008, combining the historic...

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Four Romantic Rivers in Europe

ST. LOUIS, MO, June 25, 2006 – INTRAV’s 14-night cruise exploring the Danube, Main, Rhine and Mosel rivers is, above all, a voyage of great cultural and scenic diversity. From bustling Budapest and grand Vienna to medieval Passau and Regensburg, majestic...

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“Wine and Bike” Through Hungary

Chattanooga, TN, April 2007 -- Culture, history, great food and wine, stunning scenery, and interaction with local residents are all highlights of the new “Wine and Bike in Balaton Uplands” tour, where cyclists set off on an eight-day exploration of one of...

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The Wayfarers Walk Eastern Europe

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ROMAN LEGIONS AND OTTOMAN TURKS, THE WAYFARERS’ WALKING HOLIDAYS CHART A COURSE ACROSS EASTERN EUROPE Newport, Rhode Island, February 2007– The Wayfarers, the world’s premier purveyor of walking adventure vacations, returns to Eastern Europe...

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