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15 nights

Beautiful Blue Danube with Ms Amadeus Royal, Ms Amadeus Brilliant & Ms Amadeus Rhapsody

Brief itinerary

Passau, Vienna, Esztergom, Budapest, Belgrade, Vidin, Oltenita, Fetesti, Danube Delta, St. George village, Hirsova, Fetesti, Rousse, Svistov, Iron Gates, Novi-Sad, Vukovar, Mohacs, Kalocsa, Budapest, Bratislava, Durnstein, Emmersdorf/Melk, Passau

15 nights

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On this 16-days cruise we show you all the greatest treasures along what is probably Europe's most beautiful river. From Passau the blue Danube flows for 2,000 km - down through eight countries and past five capital cities - to the Black Sea.

Day Port Arr. Dep.
1 Passau   18:00
2 Vienna 14:00 18:30
3 Esztergom 07:30 08:30
  Budapest 12:30 13:00
4 Belgrade 13:30 19:00
5 Vidin 15:00 18:30
6 Oltenita 13:30 14:30
  Fetesti 20:30 22:00
7 Danube Delta    
  St. George village 14:00 22:00
8 Hirsova 13:00 14:00
  Fetesti 19:00 19:30
9 Rousse 08:00 08:30
  Svistov 12:30 13:00
10 Iron Gates    
11 Novi-Sad 10:00 14:00
  Vukovar 19:00 22:00
12 Mohacs 08:00 14:00
  Kalocsa 19:00 20:00
13 Budapest 04:00 21:30
14 Bratislava 15:00 19:00
15 Durnstein 09:00 09:30
  Emmersdorf/Melk 13:00 14:00
16 Passau 08:30  

Included features:

  • 16-day river cruise in an outside river-view stateroom, most with French balconies or walk-out balconies
  • Complimentary state-of-the-art audio headsets for all excursions
  • Services of an experienced cruise director throughout the cruise
  • Onboard Concierge Service, dedicated to the independent experience seeker
  • Gourmet dining with all meals included (buffet breakfast, lunch, dinner and midnight snack) in the elegant Panorama-Restaurant, which accommodates all guests in one seating
  • Free-flowing quality red & white wines from Europe’s famous wine regions with every dinner on board
  • Coffee and tea after lunch and dinner
  • 24-hour complimentary coffee, tea, hot chocolate and water
  • Cocktail reception, Welcome Dinner and Captain’s Gala Dinner
  • Special onboard entertainment including lectures, cooking demonstration, onboard music  performances and nightly piano music in the Bar
  • Complimentary use of onboard bicycles
  • English language on board in a non-smoking environment (smoking allowed only on the Sun Deck)
  • All port taxes and local taxes

Belgrade, Serbia

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and one of the oldest European cities. Located on the banks of the Sava, a tributary of the Danube, in the northern part of Serbia. The University of Belgrade is the largest and oldest university in Serbia. It is also rich in museums.

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.  


Kalocsa, Hungary

Kalocsa is one of the oldest towns in Hungary. It is situated in a marshy but highly productive district, near the left bank of the Danube River. Historically it had greater political and economic importance than at present. Kalocsa is the Episcopal see of one of the four Catholic archbishops of Hungary. Amongst its buildings are a fine cathedral, the archiepiscopal palace, an astronomical observatory, a seminary for priests, and colleges for training teachers. The residents of Kalocsa and its wide-spreading communal lands are chiefly employed in the cultivation of paprika, fruit, flax, hemp and cereals, in the capture of waterfowl and in fishing.

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.



Svistov, Bulgary

Svistov is a town in northern Bulgaria, located in Veliko Tarnovo Province on the right bank of the Danube river opposite the Romanian town of Zimnicea. The main industries in the town of Svistov include imports and exports via the harbor, electronics, chemical manufacturing, and wheat production. Some of the most beautiful places in Svistov are the unique river valley(1–2 km away from the town) which hosts the monastery of Svistov and the region called Мanastira. 

Vidin, Bulgary

Vidin is a town in the northwestern part of Bulgaria, on the river Danube. Is very close to the borders with Serbia and Romania. Vidin is the first major river port on the Danube on Bulgarian territory and an important road and railway junction. Today the Danube town remains remarkable agricultural and commercial center, while the fertile hinterland of Vidin is famous for its wines.

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.

Vukovar, Croatia

Vukovar is a city in eastern Croatia, and the biggest river port in Croatia located at the confluence of the Vuka river and the Danube. Among a number of attractive buildings, severely damaged in the recent war, the most interesting are the Eltz Manor of the Eltz noble family from 18th century, Baroque buildings in the centre of the town, the Franciscan monastery with the parish church of Sts. Philip and James, the water tower and the Orthodox church of St Nicholas.


Experience aboard the AMADEUS fleet the outstanding comfort and quality accompanied by perfected service in an atmosphere of classic elegance. Discover with our elegant AMADEUS fleet unforgettable river cruises on the most beautiful European waterways and with them the comforts of a luxury hotel. AMADEUS stands for travel that is culturally and environmentally aware, combined with Austrian hospitality that is devoted to satisfying your every wish and need. The idea is that with us you feel on top of the world in every way and enjoy each moment, whether on water or land, to the full. Our reputation and, not least, our many years of experience, guarantee just that.  

The art of relaxation
During your cruise with the AMADEUS fleet the journey is the destination itself: the spacious staterooms are ideal for relaxing and daydreaming and the extensive, floor to ceiling glass windows with French balconies offer magnificent views of the river landscapes floating by. Unwind completely and savour travel without a care in the world: your floating hotel will accompany you everywhere – you only need to unpack your case once!
Timeless elegance meets luxury comfort
On any deck, our well-appointed deluxe stateroom is a personal refuge of spaciousness and timeless elegance to make you feel truly “at home”. Our commitment to modern facilities and world-class comforts makes your stateroom just the right place to unwind after an eventful shore excursion and review all you have seen and done during the day.
Gourmet menus of your choice
Every single day our chef conjures up delicious and imaginative menus, compiled with great attention to detail. Inspired by the season and region, our chef presents authentic symphonies of flavor to transport you on a culinary voyage of discovery. You can choose between classic favourites, vegetarian alternatives and light and delicious gourmet options.
Relaxed moments of pleasure
From the moment you step into your ship’s restaurant, be prepared for a dining experience that will delight all of your senses. The relaxed yet elegant dress code ensures you enjoy pleasurable moments in an exquisite ambience while our culinary team prepares a selection of sumptuous offerings using only the finest and freshest ingredients. With every evening meal we serve complimentary quality wines from the best wine-growing regions in Europe.
Feel welcome in hundreds of ways
We are particularly proud of our service which is one of our undisputed trademarks, along with our Austrian hospitality on-board. Our attentive team will anticipate your individual preferences and offer you those extra special touches that will make you feel at home: don’t be surprised if your waiter knows exactly how you like your eggs prepared, the bartender knows your favorite cocktail and our on-board musicians knows what song is bound to get you dancing!
Travel with the Best 
The AMANDEUS fleet comprises a perfectly trained crew who work around the clock to offer the highest possible levels of comfort during your stay. You can place your trust in our long-standing personal experience across all areas: as an expert in river cruising, we deliver the finest travel experience that is unmatched and unforgettable.


The AMADEUS Royal, launched in 2005 and completly renovated for 2015, is a premium passenger vessel fitted out with all imaginable refinements. 
The cabins on the Mozart and Strauss Deck, feature generous French balconies providing incomparable views of the river. The superiority is discernible down to the tiniest detail. From the gastronomic delicacies that appear from the kitchen or in the fine wines emerging from the ship's cellar, to the appointments of the luxurious Panorama Bar, or in the enjoyment of a relaxing massage or the sipping of a gloriously cream cocktail accompanied by the tinkle of mood-matching piano playing.

Public areas and your facilities on board

  • WiFi/WLAN available
  • Sun deck with deck-chairs and Lido-Bar
  • Panorama-Bar & Lounge
  • Panorama - Restaurant
  • Hairdresser and Spa
  • Fitness room
  • AMADEUS-Club with Internet station
  • Bordshop
  • Lift

Staterooms & Suites

  • Suites and staterooms on Mozart and Strauss Deck with French balconies, staterooms on Haydn Deck with fixed windows
  • Two twin beds or one queen-size bed
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Individual climate control
  • Generous closet space
  • Hair dryer and in-room electronic safe
  • Telephone

Technical Data

Built 2005 / Renovation : 2015 / Lenght 110 m / Breadth 11,40 m / Draught 1,30 m / Hight above water 5,85 m / Speed 25 km/h / Crew members approx. 40 / Passengers 144 / Staterooms 68 / Suites 4

  • Amadeus-Suite 24 sq. m. (French Balcony)
  • Mozart - Deck   15 sq. m (French Balcony)
  • Strauss - Deck  15 sq. m (French Balcony)
  • Haydn - Deck    15 sq. m. (fixed window)
Deck Plan
This departure is not available for online reservation. Please contact us at +30 210 3609801 or info@navigator.gr to request more information and prices.