See & Do Connections

Celebrate life’s sweetest moments with an intoxicating pairing of ultra-rich, honeyed Sauternes wine from Bordeaux.Read more
Where else but the incredible Chobe River can you see the mighty hippo frolic alongside you in the water, spouting water from its nostrils.Read more
Cape Town is often considered one of the world’s most beautiful, romantic and intriguing citiesRead more
Bordeaux, Provence, Porto, Tuscany, Napa Valley and the Cape Winelands of South Africa.Read more
Known for being one of the most stunning Renaissance cities throughout Europe, Salamanca was first founded in the pre-Ancient Rome era in roughly the 2nd or 3rd century BC.Read more
Once upon an elegant time, wood-paneled coaches, white-gloved staff and Victorian-era style greeted adventurers ready to be whisked off on the safari of their dreams.Read more
The mighty roar of the lion, the powerful call of the elephant, the thunderous clap of a herd of rhinoceros...Read more
Lions, leopards, rhinos, wildebeests, elephants and… penguins?Read more
Thrill with your own Out of Africa-like experience with a visit to Tanzania’s UNESCO World Heritage Site the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.Read more
“Safari,” in Swahili (one of the main languages spoken in Tanzania), translates simply into the word “journey.”Read more
Known for its massive population of elephants, majestic Baobab trees and abundant and varied wildlife and bird varieties...Read more
Upon seeing Victoria Falls for the first time, 19th century Scottish missionary and explorer Dr. David Livingstone exclaimed, “no one can imagine the beauty..."Read more
Welcome to Zimbabwe’s largest game reserve...Read more
What better city to visit on a river cruise than stunning Amsterdam?Read more
Yes. You read this right. Centuries before scores of teenage girls went wild over the Fab Four in the 1960s, the Netherlands kicked off their own mania trend with… tulips.Read more
Nestled along the majestic banks of the mighty Danube, Dürnstein is one of the most visited regions in the iconic Wachau Valley.Read more
“If I had never come here, I would have regretted it.” So said Empress Maria Theresa, in describing Melk Abbey.Read more
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss II – with native sons like these, it’s no wonder that classical music continues to reverberate through the streets of Austria – particularly Vienna.Read more
Gilded, glittering glamor whose opulent beauty only rivals Versailles – and Schönbrunn Palace was originally just supposed to be a summer residence.Read more
If diamonds are a girl’s best friend, then Antwerp is the friendliest city there is – seeing how it is the world’s most important diamond cutting center.Read more
No need to adjust your beer goggles: when you visit Pilzen, you’re sure to be seeing (and drinking) beer just about everywhere.Read more
Prague -- the Czech Republic’s dazzling capital city, home to over a million people and with over 1,100 years of fascinating history to explore – is one of the most exciting European cities to visit.Read more
Franz Kafka, known for his 20th century writings on anxiety, alienation and impersonal bureaucracy, is also celebrated as one of the most important writers of modern times.Read more
Deck the halls for a festive winter wonderland this year as you sip hot chocolate, double down on gingerbread of all yummy shapes and sizes, sing delightful new and classic yuletide holiday staplesRead more
Imagine getting into the yuletide spirit in romantic Vienna, singing your favorite Christmas melodies in one of the musical capitals of the world.Read more
One of the greatest military engineers of all time, Sébastian Le Prestre de Vauban built the famed citadel of Blaye in the 17th century to protect Bordeaux.Read more
A secret staircase for Napoleon. A vibrant garden for Josephine.Read more
Stepping through the Loire Valley is a bit like stepping back in timeRead more
Montmartre’s legendary La Vie Bohème – still the bohemian heart and soul of Parisian chic – has long been a siren call to artists and revolutionary thinkersRead more
On June 6, 1944 in the early morning hours, more than 156,000 Allied soldiers stormed the usually tranquil and serene beaches off the coast of Normandy.Read more
Imagine yourself a part of a Monet masterpiece as you step into his lovely gardens at Giverny.Read more
Looking for a slice of Greece in Germany? Look no further than the stunning Walhalla.Read more
Vienne, while located in southeastern France, is very much a Roman city.Read more
There are few days as idyllic as cycling through the charming streets of Antwerp, perhaps even stopping for a taste of delicious Belgian chocolates or waffles (really, who could blame you?)Read more
There are few things as quintessentially French as cycling through the French countryside.Read more
Joan of Arc, Claude Monet, Roy Lichtenstein, Victor Hugo, J.M.W. Turner, the Hundred Years’ War and structures and architecture from the Middle Ages and Renaissance times.Read more
There are probably few Bavarian cities as gorgeous as Passau.Read more
Sail through the Danube and discover why travelers flock to this mighty river every year to extol its wondrous treasures.Read more
The hills are alive with the sound of music in the stunningly historic town of Salzburg, Austria.Read more
Culture and history abound in the beautiful town of Bernkastel on the Moselle River.Read more
The French, picturesque town of Strasbourg is the capital of Alsace, and one of France’s most beautiful cities.Read more
Amsterdam offers more than its legendary canals and tulips: the city is also home to world-renowned art museums.Read more
There’s no better place to discover rich culture than within Vienna’s enthralling museums.Read more
Fill your summer with theater, music and dance in Provence where there’s a festival for everyone.Read more
Nature has preserved the fascinating history of Belogradchik—both above ground and below.Read more
Ancient history comes to life in Turkey’s largest and most intriguing city.Read more
Here are some seasonal events along the Rhine that you won’t want to miss!Read more