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River Cruises:
The Rhine & MoselleApril 25 - May 8, 2016
This exciting river cruise vacation has it all! Begin in Amsterdam with a cruise through the city’s enchanting canals. Then, head north to explore the charming town of Hoorn or take an excursion to Edam and the Beemster Polders. Visit a windmill in Kinderdijk, enjoy guided sightseeing in Cologne, Koblenz, Luxembourg City and Strasbourg; see the Roman ruins at Trier, and the unique Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum in Rüdesheim. Also visit the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz, sail past the legendary Lorelei rock and through the dramatic Rhine Gorge, visit pretty Bernkastel, and enjoy excursions to majestic Heidelberg and to Germany’s legendary Black Forest.

Romantic Rhine - Zurich to AmsterdamSeptember 10 - 17, 2016
One of Europe's most legendary rivers awaits on this mesmerizing journey along the Rhine.  Enjoy guided sightseeing in Strasbourg, Koblenz, and Cologne, as well as an excursion to Heidelberg, Germany's oldest university town.  Sail through the dramatic Rhine Gorge, the most beautiful stretch of river dotted every mile with castles.  Visit the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz, see the legendary Lorelei rock, and enjoy a canal cruise in splendid Amsterdam.  Be sure to pack your camera so you can capture the romance and splendor of this magical journey.

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Departing Miami March 12, 2016

Explore Cuba on this unforgettable trip! Shrouded in mystery for the past 50 years, the island nation of Cuba is waiting to be rediscovered. Cosmos’ special people-to-people program is designed around daily interaction with local residents, delivering insights into the country’s past, present, and future. Highlights include overnights in Cuba’s lush tobacco region, the beautiful beach resort area of Varadero, and Cuba’s bustling capital city of Havana. Interactions include a dance lesson; discussion with workers at a traditional print shop; visit to Xanadu, built by American millionaire Irenee du Pont; architectural discussion during a guided walk of Old Havana; meeting with community members of Santo Angel neighborhood; visit to a daycare center to meet
the children and the nuns who run the center; visit to the studio of artist José Fuster, known as the "Picasso of the Caribbean"; time at a tobacco farm to enjoy coffee with the owner and his family; and engaging with children at an acrobatics school. Dinners at local paladars (small, privately owned restaurants) and lunch at an organic urban farm are just a few of the
tantalizing special dining experiences. All people-to-people interactions weave seamlessly into the daily visits around the country, serving to enrich and enlighten. You’ll come away with a deep understanding of Cuba and its people on this once-in-a-lifetime travel experience!






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