Relive the Sounds of Music
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the beloved musical— The Sound of Music —with exclusive performances by Elisabeth von Trapp in 2015. Granddaughter of Maria and Baron von Trapp, whose story inspired the legendary tale, Elisabeth von Trapp will share the "sounds of music" with Uniworld guests on select itineraries and departures from May to September.
Guests sailing on Uniworld’s all-inclusive “Enchanting Danube” cruise will join Von Trapp in Salzburg, Austria at the epic Mirabell Chapel as she performs highlights from The Sound of Music , as well as other angelic arrangements including Gregorian chants, 12th-century mystic Hildegard of Bingen tunes, early American hymns, and her own original compositions. Guests will also participate in a sing-along of “Do-Re-Mi” at the famed garden where the original 1964 scene was filmed. Guests sailing on the all-inclusive “Danube Discovery & Prague” and “Delightful Danube & Prague” cruises/tours will be treated to “the sounds of Von Trapp“ with a special onboard performance.
SAVE up to $600 per couple with a deposit at reservation before January 15, 2015.*
2015 | BUDAPEST TO PASSAU | 8 DAYS
In addition to her onshore performance, Von Trapp will host two very-special July and August departures, greeting guests with a welcome concert and leading an "Evening Sing-Along" onboard.
2015 | BUDAPEST TO PRAGUE | 10 DAYS
2015 | VIENNA TO PRAGUE | 10 DAYS
2015 | BASEL TO VIENNA | 15 DAYS
2015 | PRAGUE TO BUCHAREST | 19 DAYS
Savings listed in US dollars. Early-Booking Savings Offers vary by cruise program and cabin category; savings of up to $1,800 per couple require full payment at time of booking before November 30, 2014, OR savings of up to $600 per couple require a deposit of $600 per couple at time of reservation before January 15, 2015. Offers are capacity controlled and may be withdrawn at any time. Other restrictions may apply. For complete details, general information, and terms and conditions applicable to all Uniworld trips, please visit uniworld.com . CST #2075415-20