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Which Eastern Europe Itinerary Sounds More Interesting? (By Water)

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Sometimes life is just too good! My dilemma is we can either take a Vantage Eastern Europe River Boat cruise that begins in Budapest with stops in Pecs, Vukovar Croatia, Belgrade Serbia, Veliko Tarnovo & Arbanassi & Ruse Bulgaria, and Constanta Romania, ending in Bucharest Romania.

Or, we can take an Azamara Black Sea cruise beginning with 2 days in Istanbul, Yalta Sevestopol & Odessa Ukraine, Varna Bulgaria, Volos Skiathos & Mykonos Greece, Ephesus Turkey and ending in Athens.

Which has the most interesting itinerary? I know nothing about the Ukaraine and very little about the former Yugoslvia, hoever I have spent a little time in Croatia & Slovenia. I love Budapest and Istanbul. They are probably my 2 favorite places to visit. Any opinions are welcome, and I do take into account that an opinion is subjective, so if you can tell me why you would pick 1 trip over the other it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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