Unique and Exclusive Access

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Unique and exclusive access makes your travels unlike any other on a Tauck river cruise. It’s not just about the places you visit – it’s how you experience them that makes all the difference on your cruise. Our river cruises include uniquely exclusive experiences that connect you more deeply to the people and places you discover, such as special access to venues not open to the general public or being welcomed inside must-see sites during times when the crowds aren’t there. You’ll go behind the scenes with insights and knowledge not available anywhere else. Meet locals who share their daily lives and cultural insights with you, engaging with local residents skilled in crafts and professions unique to the destination. Closer connections, memorable moments – Tauck River Cruising.


Exclusive Evening at Palais Pallavicini, Vienna

Arrive at a private palace in the heart of Vienna for a gala evening featuring a reception and dinner, with classical music and dance performances that transport you to another time; it’s a magical night in a Newclassical gilded ballroom. The Blue Danube


After-hours at Musée du Louvre

Tauck guests skip the lines – and the general public – on a private after-hours visit to Musée du Louvre. When you experience da Vincis, Monets, Michelangelos, Rembrandts and Renoirs without the day’s crowds, it’s truly unforgettable. Rendezvous on the Seine


Inside Delft Blue at the Royal Delft Experience

On a visit to the Royal Delft Experience (only remaining 17th century factory still producing the iconic blue-and-white, hand-painted Delft Blue pottery) you’ll observe the painters’ skill and passion during a painting demonstration; view the Delftware on display at the Royal Delft museum; and have afternoon tea – get a preview below!  Cruising the Dutch Waterways and Yuletide Spirit: Brussels to Amsterdam.


Private dinner and tour at Queluz National Palace

In Lisbon, join us for a private tour and dinner at 18th-century Queluz National Palace, a blend of Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical architectural designs with gardens inspired by French styles; often called the “Portuguese Versailles. Exploring the Douro, plus Lisbon & Madrid


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