Go to Jordan

Those looking for an immersive experience in Arab culture should consider booking a trip to Jordan. Here, one can hike in the desert, dive in the Red Sea, float on the Dead Sea, and explore a wide array of archeological sites, ruins, and castles. This country’s small size enables travelers to explore a wide range of terrain all within a day’s trips. Following are seven recommended must see stops, in no particular order.


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The Kingdom of Jordan Unveiled

The ebb and flow of empires have touched the intriguing Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for thousands of years. History buffs will be in their element, with plenty of Roman ruins and biblical sites to explore before experiencing one of the world’s great travel moments – a visit to the World Heritage-listed Site at Petra. Follow Lawrence of Arabia’s escapades into the desert wonder of Wadi Rum, then relax on the shores of the Red Sea …

Active Discovery on the Rhine – Northbound 2018

A new and exciting way to river cruise and to actively discover well-known and off-the-beaten-path treasures along the Rhine. At each stop, you choose your activity—get some exercise with an active outing, discover a fascinating but perhaps lesser-known site, or do the more traditional sightseeing activity. The choice is yours!

Your river cruise adventure begins in Wiesbaden, Germany, near Frankfurt, and ends in Amsterdam—Holland’s lively capital. Active guests can choose to hike near Eltville, and …

A Historical Tour of East Berlin

From August 13, 1961 until November 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall divided East and West Berlin. Since the wall came down, East Berlin has been renovated and revitalized into a world-renowned historical center for artistic and cultural expression.

The Jewish Quarter

Touring the Berlin Wall

Scattered throughout the city, tourists can explore traces of the wall’s remains and memorial sites commemorating the history behind this wall. A range of self-guided and guided tours provide ample …