The Danube Express is highlighting The Central European, a four-day passage from Budapest to Prague, which features in the operator's 2013 brochure.
The itinerary meanders between Budapest to Prague discovering the Imperial cities and palaces of Hungary, Austria, Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic.
Beginning in Budapest, the train heads west, skirting the shores of Lake Balaton en-route to Keszthely to visit Festetics Palace, one of the largest in Hungary.
Guests will traverse the Austrian border, before arriving in Vienna to tour architectural gems and parks. Other highlights include a visit to Bratislava, crossing the Danube and discovering the mountain scenery en-route, a tour of Cracow and the World Heritage salt mines at Wieliczka to see sculpted artworks made of salt.
Prices lead in at £2,790 per person, based on two sharing a Deluxe twin ensuite compartment, including three nights on the Danube Express with all meals, complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks, all scheduled sightseeing, and the services of a train manager.
The company can also add on services for air or rail travel from the UK as well as four- and five-star hotel accommodation.
For more information or to book call 01462-441400 or visit www.danube-express.com