Oct 12, 2019 — Oct 24, 2019
With Jacqueline Miller
About this tour
Join Jacqueline Miller, President and CEO of the World Affairs Council of Seattle on this custom-designed, 13-day travel program 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. Spend two nights in Romania’s elegant capital of Bucharest.
From $4,595 per person plus airfare.
About the Leader
Jacqueline Miller has led the World Affairs Council of Seattle since 2014. She also serves on the Mayor’s International Affairs Advisory Board; is a board member and chair of the membership committee of Global Ties U.S.; is a member of the Civic Council for UW’s Master of Arts in Applied International Studies (MAAIS) program; and serves on the Washington State Advisory Committee for the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition. Prior to joining the World Affairs Council, Jacqueline served as Director of External Relations at Independent Diplomat in New York, working with marginalized democratic political actors to help them navigate the United Nations, the EU, and other international diplomatic fora. She has been a commentator for various news sources including the New York Times, the BBC, CBC, and Voice of America.
“This was my first river cruise – it was wonderful. I enjoyed the Prague castle, cruising at night in Budapest, and the farewell dinner in Sofia.”
“This was another excellent travel experience!”