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Gems of Central Europe by Rail

Gems of Central Europe by Rail
Our engaging guides hail from these cities and will delight you with their knowledge and keen cultural insights into the lands they call home. Private transfers and our signature "to-the-train" luggage service promise carefree rail travel!
10 Nights Starting At
April 30, 2021 through December 31, 2022
Travel Any Day - Deluxe
Itinerary Map
Itinerary Overview
Day 1
Welcome to Budapest
Day 2
Queen of the Danube #WHS#
Day 3
A Free Day in Budapest
Day 4
By Rail to Vienna
Day 5
Private Tour of Vienna #WHS#
Day 6
A Free Day in Vienna
Day 7
Onward to Prague
Day 8
Private Sightseeing in Prague #WHS#
Day 9
Enjoy Prague at your Leisure
Day 10
Depart Prague
Detailed Itinerary
Alexander+Roberts

Gems of Central Europe by Rail


Day 1: Welcome to Budapest

On arrival at the airport, you'll be warmly greeted and chauffeured to your choice of deluxe or luxury hotel. All have been handpicked for their attentive service, fine amenities and terrific city-center locations. The rest of this day is yours to relax and explore as you wish.

Day 2: Queen of the Danube #WHS#

After breakfast, your private car, driver and guide will be waiting to show you the city they call home, a vibrant capital with a rich architectural heritage and historic legacy. Your tour begins in Heroes' Square where our expert guide will offer fascinating insight into Hungary's storied past. Admire the beautiful Opera House and then go behind the lavish façade and impressive Gothic spires of the Hungarian Parliament for a specially arranged sightseeing tour. Your guided visit inside this architectural landmark reveals its sumptuously decorated interior - including the Grand Staircase and the resplendent Dome Hall where the Hungarian Holy Crown and Coronation Insignia are protected 24 hours-a-day by the Crown Guard of the Hungarian Armed Forces. Then cross the Danube and ascend into the Buda Hills to visit Matthias Church, built in the 13th century. From the Fisherman's Bastion, you'll have terrific views of the city spread across both banks of the Danube. Continue to Gellért Hill for a guided stroll around the historic Citadel. From here, you'll be taken back to your hotel in the heart of the city. Or, if you wish, you can be dropped off at the bustling Central Market to explore on your own; set inside a 19th-century landmark with neo-Gothic flourishes, this is a favorite place to shop for locals and visiting culinary aficionados. Meals B Note: In the event of an official state function which would preclude a tour inside the Hungarian Parliament, you will instead enjoy a guided visit of the Budapest Opera House. Commissioned by Emperor Franz Josef, this 19th-century architectural treasure is considered to be one of the finest opera houses in the world.

Day 3: A Free Day in Budapest

This day is yours to explore at your own pace. Be sure to stop by one of the city's many splendid cafes like Gerbeaud, located on Vörösmarty Square for more than a century and beloved for its fine pastries and opulently decorated interior. If you prefer additional guided sightseeing, we offer a variety of other private excursions like: Szentendre: This half-day tour takes you outside the capital to Szentendre, a charming riverside town known for its beautiful Baroque architecture, centuries-old merchants' homes, fine museums, galleries and artists' studios. Danube Bend: This full-day excursion takes you into the countryside to explore the pastoral beauty of the Danube River and the region's rich history. You'll stop in the artists' town of Szentendre and then visit Visegrád, the erstwhile summer residence of medieval Hungarian kings. In Esztergom, one of the oldest towns in Hungary, you'll see the country's largest cathedral - an impressive basilica built in the late 1800's on the site of an earlier 12th-century church. Hungarian Plains + Horse Farm: This full-day adventure takes you deep into the fertile and historic lands of the Great Hungarian Plains. Discover the fine Art Nouveau architecture of Kecskemét, a charming town surrounded by vineyards and fruit orchards, and then continue to a nearby horse farm. Sample the local apricot brandy, explore the farm on horse-drawn carriage ride, and enjoy a spectacular horse show featuring skilled local riders. Enjoy traditional Gypsy music and a hearty Hungarian lunch accompanied by fine local wine. Meals B

Day 4: By Rail to Vienna

Your chauffeured transfer to the rail station and our signature to-the-train luggage service make traveling a breeze. Sit back in your comfortable first-class seat and enjoy the scenic journey through the countryside into Austria. Upon arrival in Vienna, you'll be warmly greeted and escorted by private car to your chosen hotel. Our deluxe and luxury hotels have been carefully chosen for their fine service, welcoming ambience and great locations. Meals B

Day 5: Private Tour of Vienna #WHS#

With the famous words "It is my will..." Emperor Franz Josef ordered the construction of the Ringstrasse. Today, 160 years later, the city's most famous boulevard is still home to some of Europe's grandest buildings - from lavish residences built by the nobility to grand public edifices like the State Opera House, Parliament, City Hall and the Museum of Fine Arts. This morning, your private sightseeing tour will take you along the 3.2-mile long Ringstrasse. As you admire its many landmarks, including Flemish Baroque, New Gothic and Neo-Renaissance masterpieces, you'll learn much about the city's history and vibrant modern life. Continue your morning tour with a guided visit through the Schönbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Imperial family. Dating back to the 1600's and completely redesigned in 1743 by Maria Theresia, this impressive Baroque palace is one of Europe's most impressive royal residences. Accompanied by your private guide, your exploration of its lavish state rooms and private galleries offers fascinating insight into the opulent lives, political intrigues and colorful personal stories of the Emperors and Empresses who lived here. There will of course be time to take in the elegant beauty of the palace's gardens and grounds. On the way back to your hotel, you'll also see the Belvedere Palace, a Baroque masterpiece constructed by Prince Eugene of Savoy. The rest of your afternoon and evening are yours to enjoy as you wish. Meals B

Day 6: A Free Day in Vienna

This entire day is yours to enjoy as you wish. Take advantage of your hotel's central location to explore at your own pace. In the heart of this friendly, easy-to-navigate city, historic St. Stephen's Cathedral is a great place to start. Dominated by its four beautiful spires, the streets surrounding the Cathedral are home to some of Vienna's most popular cafes, restaurants and boutiques. If you prefer additional privately-guided sightseeing, we offer a number of tours and excursions including the world-famous Spanish Riding School, the Vienna State Opera House and wine tasting in the Danube Valley. Of course, our helpful resident staff can assist you with dining recommendations and tickets for an evening performance of music, theater or dance. Meals B

Day 7: Onward to Prague

We'll take you to the station today and directly to your train - assisting with your luggage for your comfort and convenience. Enjoy the first class rail journey through the Austrian countryside and across the border into the rolling landscapes of the Czech Republic. On arrival in Prague, you'll be met and chauffeured to your choice of hotel in the heart of the city. Meals B

Day 8: Private Sightseeing in Prague #WHS#

After breakfast, your personal car, driver and guide will be waiting to show you the architectural majesty of the city they love and know so well! Goethe proclaimed Prague to be the "Jewel in the Crown of the World," and indeed the Czech capital is one of Europe's loveliest cities. Departing your hotel, the drive takes you through a number of the city's most historic districts including New Town which dates back to the 14th century and Wenceslas Square. You'll see pretty Art Nouveau houses, neo-classical landmarks like the National Theater and even the whimsical Dancing House, a late 20th-century masterpiece by renowned architect Frank Gehry. Then cross the Vltava River into the city's historic Lesser Quarter and ascend Castle Hill for a guided walking tour through Prague Castle. Among the impressive collection of palaces and Ecclesiastical buildings that comprise this royal medieval complex, one of the largest in Europe, are St. Vitus Cathedral with its Gothic spires, and the Old Royal Palace dating back to the 12th century. Also on the castle grounds, you'll stroll along the enchanting Golden Lane; set against one of the Castle's imposing walls, you'll discover 11 historic houses that date back more than 500 years. Though diminutive in size, the interiors have been restored to depict the daily life of the artisans who lived and worked here centuries ago. Before returning to your hotel, you'll also visit Old Town - home to splendid Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance landmarks including the medieval Town Hall with its marvelous Astronomical Clock and the Tyn Church with its distinctive twin towers dominating one side of the Old Town Square. Return to your hotel and enjoy the balance of your afternoon and evening at leisure. Meals B

Day 9: Enjoy Prague at your Leisure

This entire day is free to enjoy and explore at your own pace. If you prefer guided touring, we offer other private sightseeing tours including: Prague's Jewish Quarter: This 3-hour walking tour takes you along the charming cobblestone streets of Old Town and into the historic Jewish Quarter, where the city's Jewish residents were forced to relocate in the 13th century. Among the sites you'll visit are the Maisel Synagogue built at the end of the 1500's and the diminutive Pinkas Synagogue which now commemorates the nearly 80,000 Czech Jewish victims of the Holocaust. You'll also visit the Old Jewish Cemetery and the exhibits of the Jewish Museum now on display in the Klausen Synagogue. Cesky Krumlov + Bohemian Countryside: This full-day excursion takes you into the pastoral landscapes of South Bohemia to the historic town of Cesky Krumlov. Clustered along the banks of the Vltava River, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most picturesque towns in Europe, filled with splendidly preserved Baroque and Renaissance architecture. Your tour includes entry to the town's impressive 13th-century castle. On the return journey to Prague, you'll stop in Ceske Budejovice to admire the handsome arcaded homes and historic buildings that grace the town's main square. Meals B

Day 10: Depart Prague

You'll be chauffeured to the airport or rail station today for your onward journey. Meals B

Day 1: Welcome to Budapest

On arrival at the airport, you'll be warmly greeted and chauffeured to your choice of deluxe or luxury hotel. All have been handpicked for their attentive service, fine amenities and terrific city-center locations. The rest of this day is yours to relax and explore as you wish.

Day 2: Queen of the Danube #WHS#

After breakfast, your private car, driver and guide will be waiting to show you the city they call home, a vibrant capital with a rich architectural heritage and historic legacy. Your tour begins in Heroes' Square where our expert guide will offer fascinating insight into Hungary's storied past. Admire the beautiful Opera House and then go behind the lavish façade and impressive Gothic spires of the Hungarian Parliament for a specially arranged sightseeing tour. Your guided visit inside this architectural landmark reveals its sumptuously decorated interior - including the Grand Staircase and the resplendent Dome Hall where the Hungarian Holy Crown and Coronation Insignia are protected 24 hours-a-day by the Crown Guard of the Hungarian Armed Forces. Then cross the Danube and ascend into the Buda Hills to visit Matthias Church, built in the 13th century. From the Fisherman's Bastion, you'll have terrific views of the city spread across both banks of the Danube. Continue to Gellért Hill for a guided stroll around the historic Citadel. From here, you'll be taken back to your hotel in the heart of the city. Or, if you wish, you can be dropped off at the bustling Central Market to explore on your own; set inside a 19th-century landmark with neo-Gothic flourishes, this is a favorite place to shop for locals and visiting culinary aficionados. Meals B Note: In the event of an official state function which would preclude a tour inside the Hungarian Parliament, you will instead enjoy a guided visit of the Budapest Opera House. Commissioned by Emperor Franz Josef, this 19th-century architectural treasure is considered to be one of the finest opera houses in the world.

Day 3: A Free Day in Budapest

This day is yours to explore at your own pace. Be sure to stop by one of the city's many splendid cafes like Gerbeaud, located on Vörösmarty Square for more than a century and beloved for its fine pastries and opulently decorated interior. If you prefer additional guided sightseeing, we offer a variety of other private excursions like: Szentendre: This half-day tour takes you outside the capital to Szentendre, a charming riverside town known for its beautiful Baroque architecture, centuries-old merchants' homes, fine museums, galleries and artists' studios. Danube Bend: This full-day excursion takes you into the countryside to explore the pastoral beauty of the Danube River and the region's rich history. You'll stop in the artists' town of Szentendre and then visit Visegrád, the erstwhile summer residence of medieval Hungarian kings. In Esztergom, one of the oldest towns in Hungary, you'll see the country's largest cathedral - an impressive basilica built in the late 1800's on the site of an earlier 12th-century church. Hungarian Plains + Horse Farm: This full-day adventure takes you deep into the fertile and historic lands of the Great Hungarian Plains. Discover the fine Art Nouveau architecture of Kecskemét, a charming town surrounded by vineyards and fruit orchards, and then continue to a nearby horse farm. Sample the local apricot brandy, explore the farm on horse-drawn carriage ride, and enjoy a spectacular horse show featuring skilled local riders. Enjoy traditional Gypsy music and a hearty Hungarian lunch accompanied by fine local wine. Meals B

Day 4: By Rail to Vienna

Your chauffeured transfer to the rail station and our signature to-the-train luggage service make traveling a breeze. Sit back in your comfortable first-class seat and enjoy the scenic journey through the countryside into Austria. Upon arrival in Vienna, you'll be warmly greeted and escorted by private car to your chosen hotel. Our deluxe and luxury hotels have been carefully chosen for their fine service, welcoming ambience and great locations. Meals B

Day 5: Private Tour of Vienna #WHS#

With the famous words "It is my will..." Emperor Franz Josef ordered the construction of the Ringstrasse. Today, 160 years later, the city's most famous boulevard is still home to some of Europe's grandest buildings - from lavish residences built by the nobility to grand public edifices like the State Opera House, Parliament, City Hall and the Museum of Fine Arts. This morning, your private sightseeing tour will take you along the 3.2-mile long Ringstrasse. As you admire its many landmarks, including Flemish Baroque, New Gothic and Neo-Renaissance masterpieces, you'll learn much about the city's history and vibrant modern life. Continue your morning tour with a guided visit through the Schönbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Imperial family. Dating back to the 1600's and completely redesigned in 1743 by Maria Theresia, this impressive Baroque palace is one of Europe's most impressive royal residences. Accompanied by your private guide, your exploration of its lavish state rooms and private galleries offers fascinating insight into the opulent lives, political intrigues and colorful personal stories of the Emperors and Empresses who lived here. There will of course be time to take in the elegant beauty of the palace's gardens and grounds. On the way back to your hotel, you'll also see the Belvedere Palace, a Baroque masterpiece constructed by Prince Eugene of Savoy. The rest of your afternoon and evening are yours to enjoy as you wish. Meals B

Day 6: A Free Day in Vienna

This entire day is yours to enjoy as you wish. Take advantage of your hotel's central location to explore at your own pace. In the heart of this friendly, easy-to-navigate city, historic St. Stephen's Cathedral is a great place to start. Dominated by its four beautiful spires, the streets surrounding the Cathedral are home to some of Vienna's most popular cafes, restaurants and boutiques. If you prefer additional privately-guided sightseeing, we offer a number of tours and excursions including the world-famous Spanish Riding School, the Vienna State Opera House and wine tasting in the Danube Valley. Of course, our helpful resident staff can assist you with dining recommendations and tickets for an evening performance of music, theater or dance. Meals B

Day 7: Onward to Prague

We'll take you to the station today and directly to your train - assisting with your luggage for your comfort and convenience. Enjoy the first class rail journey through the Austrian countryside and across the border into the rolling landscapes of the Czech Republic. On arrival in Prague, you'll be met and chauffeured to your choice of hotel in the heart of the city. Meals B

Day 8: Private Sightseeing in Prague #WHS#

After breakfast, your personal car, driver and guide will be waiting to show you the architectural majesty of the city they love and know so well! Goethe proclaimed Prague to be the "Jewel in the Crown of the World," and indeed the Czech capital is one of Europe's loveliest cities. Departing your hotel, the drive takes you through a number of the city's most historic districts including New Town which dates back to the 14th century and Wenceslas Square. You'll see pretty Art Nouveau houses, neo-classical landmarks like the National Theater and even the whimsical Dancing House, a late 20th-century masterpiece by renowned architect Frank Gehry. Then cross the Vltava River into the city's historic Lesser Quarter and ascend Castle Hill for a guided walking tour through Prague Castle. Among the impressive collection of palaces and Ecclesiastical buildings that comprise this royal medieval complex, one of the largest in Europe, are St. Vitus Cathedral with its Gothic spires, and the Old Royal Palace dating back to the 12th century. Also on the castle grounds, you'll stroll along the enchanting Golden Lane; set against one of the Castle's imposing walls, you'll discover 11 historic houses that date back more than 500 years. Though diminutive in size, the interiors have been restored to depict the daily life of the artisans who lived and worked here centuries ago. Before returning to your hotel, you'll also visit Old Town - home to splendid Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance landmarks including the medieval Town Hall with its marvelous Astronomical Clock and the Tyn Church with its distinctive twin towers dominating one side of the Old Town Square. Return to your hotel and enjoy the balance of your afternoon and evening at leisure. Meals B

Day 9: Enjoy Prague at your Leisure

This entire day is free to enjoy and explore at your own pace. If you prefer guided touring, we offer other private sightseeing tours including: Prague's Jewish Quarter: This 3-hour walking tour takes you along the charming cobblestone streets of Old Town and into the historic Jewish Quarter, where the city's Jewish residents were forced to relocate in the 13th century. Among the sites you'll visit are the Maisel Synagogue built at the end of the 1500's and the diminutive Pinkas Synagogue which now commemorates the nearly 80,000 Czech Jewish victims of the Holocaust. You'll also visit the Old Jewish Cemetery and the exhibits of the Jewish Museum now on display in the Klausen Synagogue. Cesky Krumlov + Bohemian Countryside: This full-day excursion takes you into the pastoral landscapes of South Bohemia to the historic town of Cesky Krumlov. Clustered along the banks of the Vltava River, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most picturesque towns in Europe, filled with splendidly preserved Baroque and Renaissance architecture. Your tour includes entry to the town's impressive 13th-century castle. On the return journey to Prague, you'll stop in Ceske Budejovice to admire the handsome arcaded homes and historic buildings that grace the town's main square. Meals B

Day 10: Depart Prague

You'll be chauffeured to the airport or rail station today for your onward journey. Meals B

More About A+R

Journeys Without a Crowd
Our 74 Years of Experience

As you prepare to turn your travel dreams into your next great adventure, be assured that we are with you every step of the way. Since 1947, we’ve been committed to providing a more caring, sustainable and authentic way to explore the world. Now we’ve turned our expertise to ensuring that we are fully prepared to show you our world in A+R Style… Without a Crowd!

Our Health + Hygiene Protocols

Emphasizing More Personal Space + Extra Care at every step of the on-tour experience, we have enhanced our safety protocols in coordination with our overseas offices and based upon guidelines from the U.S Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, United States Tour Operators Association and World Travel & Tourism Council.

Choose Your Travel Style… Always Without a Crowd 

With Never More than 16 Guests, our Small Group Journeys promise personal engagement with our expert native guides and easy camaraderie with like-minded travelers. You’ll enjoy authentic dining, evocative hotels and unique cultural experiences not available to larger groups. 

The Privately Guided versions of our Small Group tours and our luxury Private Journeys offer the same advantages – but allow you to choose your traveling companions. Travel any day you wish and delight in the flexible pace of touring with just your traveling party. 

Custom Journeys are tailor made just for you – with expertly guided private sightseeing, unique cultural activities, hotels, and dining experiences tailored to fit your personal interests and style.

Our Enduring Ability to Respond

Since 1947, our global team and partners have always been there to respond with speed and agility to even the most unexpected events. When the Arab Spring of 2011 led to unrest in Cairo, for example, we were the first American tour company to safely evacuate our guests from Egypt. Through earthquakes, tsunamis, labor strikes, and past outbreaks like SARS, our commitment has always been to maintain our travelers’ trust and confidence by doing the right thing. 

And we are fully bonded with leading travel organizations like the United States Tour Operators Association, of which we’re a founding member. This financial stability and our capacity to respond to the unexpected make us uniquely positioned during this current COVID-19 pandemic - to proceed confidently with prudence and deliberation.

Journeys Without a Crowd
Our 74 Years of Experience

As you prepare to turn your travel dreams into your next great adventure, be assured that we are with you every step of the way. Since 1947, we’ve been committed to providing a more caring, sustainable and authentic way to explore the world. Now we’ve turned our expertise to ensuring that we are fully prepared to show you our world in A+R Style… Without a Crowd!

Our Health + Hygiene Protocols

Emphasizing More Personal Space + Extra Care at every step of the on-tour experience, we have enhanced our safety protocols in coordination with our overseas offices and based upon guidelines from the U.S Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, United States Tour Operators Association and World Travel & Tourism Council.

Choose Your Travel Style… Always Without a Crowd 

With Never More than 16 Guests, our Small Group Journeys promise personal engagement with our expert native guides and easy camaraderie with like-minded travelers. You’ll enjoy authentic dining, evocative hotels and unique cultural experiences not available to larger groups. 

The Privately Guided versions of our Small Group tours and our luxury Private Journeys offer the same advantages – but allow you to choose your traveling companions. Travel any day you wish and delight in the flexible pace of touring with just your traveling party. 

Custom Journeys are tailor made just for you – with expertly guided private sightseeing, unique cultural activities, hotels, and dining experiences tailored to fit your personal interests and style.

Our Enduring Ability to Respond

Since 1947, our global team and partners have always been there to respond with speed and agility to even the most unexpected events. When the Arab Spring of 2011 led to unrest in Cairo, for example, we were the first American tour company to safely evacuate our guests from Egypt. Through earthquakes, tsunamis, labor strikes, and past outbreaks like SARS, our commitment has always been to maintain our travelers’ trust and confidence by doing the right thing. 

And we are fully bonded with leading travel organizations like the United States Tour Operators Association, of which we’re a founding member. This financial stability and our capacity to respond to the unexpected make us uniquely positioned during this current COVID-19 pandemic - to proceed confidently with prudence and deliberation.

About Alexander+Roberts
Having survived World War II in Poland, my friend and mentor Alexander Harris founded General Tours in 1947 with the conviction that travel could build bridges of cross-cultural understanding. Since our first-of-its-kind tours to the Soviet Union in 1955 we’ve remained at the forefront of international travel, helping culturally inquisitive Americans explore 85 far-flung destinations on all seven continents.

Thus, for 74 years, our company … first known as General Tours and now as Alexander+Roberts … has been providing guests with sustainable, authentic and personal ways to enjoy our world with thoughtfulness and a light footprint. We exclusively offer small groups of ‘never more than 16 guests,’ completely private versions of these same tours departing on any day you choose for just your traveling party, or journeys tailor-made to your specifications.

Alexander+Roberts is a privately-held American company based in Keene, New Hampshire with integrity, financial security, and the demonstrated expertise to care for travelers in a sometimes tumultuous world. We’re bonded with major travel organizations like the United States Tour Operators Association of which we were a founding member in the 1970’s.

Our luxury services include comprehensive sightseeing, transfers, all tour flights, tips and unique experiences designed to enhance your experience in the culture you’re exploring. Fine dining is an important aspect of our touring, with congenial meals including wines and beer that reflect authentic regional cuisines. We search out the finest accommodations to enhance your journey… from the most evocative luxury hotels and historic boutique properties to the best safari camps and small ships.

We often hear from travelers that our guides are extraordinary. They hail from the lands you’ll visit and speak English easily and casually. Because they’re lifelong residents, they have the knowledge and passion to engage you comfortably and more deeply with the people, history, traditions and natural wonders of their homelands.

We hope you’ll make your next journey with Alexander+Roberts… and let us show you the world with our signature style and remarkable value.

Robert Drumm


CEO
Alexander+Roberts

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About Alexander+Roberts
Having survived World War II in Poland, my friend and mentor Alexander Harris founded General Tours in 1947 with the conviction that travel could build bridges of cross-cultural understanding. Since our first-of-its-kind tours to the Soviet Union in 1955 we’ve remained at the forefront of international travel, helping culturally inquisitive Americans explore 85 far-flung destinations on all seven continents.

Thus, for 74 years, our company … first known as General Tours and now as Alexander+Roberts … has been providing guests with sustainable, authentic and personal ways to enjoy our world with thoughtfulness and a light footprint. We exclusively offer small groups of ‘never more than 16 guests,’ completely private versions of these same tours departing on any day you choose for just your traveling party, or journeys tailor-made to your specifications.

Alexander+Roberts is a privately-held American company based in Keene, New Hampshire with integrity, financial security, and the demonstrated expertise to care for travelers in a sometimes tumultuous world. We’re bonded with major travel organizations like the United States Tour Operators Association of which we were a founding member in the 1970’s.

Our luxury services include comprehensive sightseeing, transfers, all tour flights, tips and unique experiences designed to enhance your experience in the culture you’re exploring. Fine dining is an important aspect of our touring, with congenial meals including wines and beer that reflect authentic regional cuisines. We search out the finest accommodations to enhance your journey… from the most evocative luxury hotels and historic boutique properties to the best safari camps and small ships.

We often hear from travelers that our guides are extraordinary. They hail from the lands you’ll visit and speak English easily and casually. Because they’re lifelong residents, they have the knowledge and passion to engage you comfortably and more deeply with the people, history, traditions and natural wonders of their homelands.

We hope you’ll make your next journey with Alexander+Roberts… and let us show you the world with our signature style and remarkable value.

Robert Drumm


CEO
Alexander+Roberts

Read More

Prices are per-person based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.