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8day cruise Treasures of Danube

Brief itinerary

Passau (Germany), Krems (Austria), Esztergom (Hungary), Budapest (Hungary), Bratislava (Slovakia), Vienna (Austria), Ybbs (Austria), Passau (Germany)

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Discover the highlights of the upper reaches of the beautiful „blue“ Danube. This 8-day cruise takes us to Vienna with its joie de vivre, to historic Budapest and the coronation city of Bratislava. As a contrast we have the beautiful landscapes of the Wachau Valley with its gentle hills as well as the wide plains of the Hungarian puszta. Come on board, enjoy the comfort and experience the „Queen of Europe’s Rivers“.

Day Port Arrival  Departure
1st Passau (Germany) - 21:30
2nd Krems (Austria) 12:15 18:15
3rd Esztergom (Austria) 10:30 16:30
  Budapest (Hungary) 20:45 -
4th Budapest (Hungary) - 20:45
5th Bratislava (Slovakia) 13:45 23:00
6th Vienna (Austria) 06:30 18:30
7th Ybbs (Austria) 08:00 13:00
8th Passau (Germany) 07:00  

Prices include on-board accommodation in the stateroom category of your choice and cruise as shown, full board on the ship ,coffee, tea, water and iced tea during the meals,participation in on-board activities and on-board facilities (surcharge may apply), entertainment program on board

Prices do not include government Taxes, Port Expenses & Fees, Drinks served in the restaurants, bars, lounges and in the stateroom, tips (as per below), tips, shore excursions, use of wellness area on most ships and health and beauty treatments, selected on-board activities as well as personal expenses.

 

DAYS BEFORE DEPARTURE:

CANCELLATION FEE

120 days and more 10%

119 - 60 days 20%

59 - 30 days 40%

29 - 15 days 60%

14 - 1 day(s) 80%

on departure day 90%

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Bratislava, Slovakia

The Carpathian mountain range begins within the city region with mountains which are called Small Carpathians.

Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia, occupying both banks of the Danube River and the left bank of the Morava River. It is also the only national capital that borders two independent countries, Hungary and Austria. 

 

Budapest, Hungary

Some of Budapests highlights are the Castle Hill, the River Danube embankments and the whole of Andrássy út which have been officially recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Budapest is the capital and the largest city of Hungary,as well as one of the largest cities in the European Union. Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the river Danube with a unification on 17 November 1873 of west-bank Buda and Óbuda with east-bank Pest.

 

Esztergom, Hungary

The Esztergom is a city that visitors can enjoy all year round.

Esztergom is a city in nothern Hungary. It lies on the right bank of the river Danube, which forms the border with Slovakia there. Some of its highlights are the Roman Catholic Church, the Constitutional Court of Hungary, the Cathedral Esztergom Basilica and the Kereszteny Muzeum which has the largest eccliesiastical collection in Hungary.  

 

Krems, Austria

Every summer, a tourist train connects the ancient parts of the city with museums, the central railway station and the passenger ship terminal of Krems.

Krems is a town in the federal state of Lower Austria. Ιs located at the confluence of the Krems and Danube Rivers at the eastern end of Wachau valley. Some of its most important sights are the old town of Krems, the Piarist church and the medieval gate.

Passau, Germany

The Passau is rich in green and the view of the river is breathtaking.

Passau is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany. It is also known as the "City of Three Rivers," because the Danube is joined at Passau by the Inn from the south and the Ilz from the north.Tourism in Passau focuses mainly on the three rivers, the St. Stephen's Cathedral and the "Old City". The town is dominated by the Veste Oberhaus and the former fortress of the Bishop, on the mountain crest between the Danube and the Ilz rivers. Right beside the town hall is the Scharfrichterhaus, an important jazz and cabaret stage on which political cabaret is performed.

 

 

Vienna, Austria

Whenever you visit Vienna, do not forget to try the chocolates.

Vienna is the capital of Austria. Its economy is based in manufacturing chemical products, porcelain, furniture and glassware. Very important role also has tourism to the economy. It is rich in art, museums and monuments. Is considered one of the most common destinations during Christmas especially because of its Christmas market.

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You are looking for a floating luxury hotel? Welcome on board our MS HEIDELBERG! Fine timber and high-quality details define the elegant furnishing. The cabins that are exceptional large for a river boat offer loads of space for a cosy atmosphere. A true oasis of relaxation can be discovered in the large wellness area. Culinary highlight from an exquisite range of ingredients are prepared for you in a clever and attractive manner.

All cabins are elegantly furnished spacious outer cabins (approx. 18 m², single cabins approx. 13 m²). All middle and upper deck cabins have floor to ceiling panorama windows that can be opened (French balcony). The portholes in the main deck cabins cannot be opened. All cabins are equipped with an air conditioning system that can be regulated separately, shower/WC, hair dryer, SAT TV, safe, minibar and telephone. The 2 bed cabins are either furnished with a double bed (1.50 m x 2.00 m) with two mattresses, or with two beds standing separately where during the daytime, one can be folded onto the wall and the other can be converted to a comfortable sofa.

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