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Highlights of the Donau Flussreise

Mindestens so aufregend wie die Landkarte: die Speisekarte.

From Engelhartszell (Passau) to Vienna, Budapest, Bratislava, Krems and Melk to Engelhartszell (Passau).

Wie schmeckt Österreich? Süß wie Wiener Apfelstrudel? Kraftvoll wie Smaragdwein? Oder zart wie Tafelspitz mit Kren? Auf Ihrem A-ROSA Schiff kommen Sie der Antwort auf diese Frage einen Bissen näher. Los geht es in Engelhartszell. Das passt, denn schließlich ist das Stift Engelszell für seine Klosterliköre und das seltene Trappistenbier bekannt. In Dürnstein und Krems können Sie sich dann nicht nur sattessen, sondern an der traumhaften Landschaft der Wachau auch sattsehen. Und dann Wien, wo sich eh alles um so schöne Dinge wie Kaiserschmarrn, Sachertorte und das kleine Schalerl Gold dreht – und zwar im Walzertakt. Aber nicht nur an Land warten auf dieser Reise jede Menge Sehenswürdigkeiten, sondern auch auf Ihren Tellern an Bord, denn wir haben wieder zwei Köche dabei, die die Sterneküche kennen wie ihre Schürzentasche: Andreas Senn und Dirk Seiger. Bleibt nur noch zu sagen: Guten Appetit!

Itinerary

Routenkarte Donau Hoehepunkte
Routenkarte Donau Hoehepunkte

This is the departure point for your Danube cruise. Our tip: to ensure that you get off to a relaxed start, travel the day before the cruise begins and spend the night at one of our partner hotels. This will allow you to explore the region around Passau, too. And when your ship sets sail for an exciting Danube cruise, you will have already enjoyed your first few adventures.

This is a real highlight of your Danube cruise: Vienna, the capital of Austria with that extra-special something. The locals sound as though they are singing when they speak, and it is customary for certain business owners to address their regular customers with their full title. That’s just the way things are done here. With its wealth of museums, galleries, palaces and castles, plus the state opera and many theatres, the city enjoys a lively cultural scene all year-round. The Viennese are proud of their city – and rightly so!

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This is a real highlight of your Danube cruise: Vienna, the capital of Austria with that extra-special something. The locals sound as though they are singing when they speak, and it is customary for certain business owners to address their regular customers with their full title. That’s just the way things are done here. With its wealth of museums, galleries, palaces and castles, plus the state opera and many theatres, the city enjoys a lively cultural scene all year-round. The Viennese are proud of their city – and rightly so!

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Do you know how many bridges Budapest has? There are seven in total – and they span the river between the neighbourhoods Buda and Pest. The most well known is probably the Széchenyi Chain Bridge. Take a look at Budapest’s imposing structures for yourself as you cruise down the Danube. And if you go out onto the sun deck of your A-ROSA ship, you’ll also have an unobstructed view of Budapest’s famous parliament building. The perfect way to experience a stunning city.

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Do you know how many bridges Budapest has? There are seven in total – and they span the river between the neighbourhoods Buda and Pest. The most well known is probably the Széchenyi Chain Bridge. Take a look at Budapest’s imposing structures for yourself as you cruise down the Danube. And if you go out onto the sun deck of your A-ROSA ship, you’ll also have an unobstructed view of Budapest’s famous parliament building. The perfect way to experience a stunning city.

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Bratislava, home to approximately 450,000 inhabitants and located on the left bank of the Danube, is a young capital city – the youngest in Europe, in fact. Throughout the old town, you’ll see traces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire wherever you go. This leisurely city of baroque and rococo, palaces and palisades, and art and coffee houses is a perfect place to wander around, marvel at impressive sights, relax and unwind.

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Krems

Arr 08:00 am Dep 08:30 am

Krems an der Donau is not far from the Austrian capital of Vienna. The city is part of the Wachau, a stretch of the Danube valley and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your Danube cruise will take you through Krems, passing through the Wachau on the way to and from Vienna.

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Melk

Arr 12:30 pm Dep 01:30 pm

A visit to Melk, the ‘Gateway to the Wachau’, brings you to the Danube Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can marvel at glorious landscapes. And no trip to the Wachau would be complete without a trip to Melk Abbey, a Benedictine monastery. This is a region where towns and landscapes appear to exist in perfect harmony.

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This is the departure point for your Danube cruise. Our tip: to ensure that you get off to a relaxed start, travel the day before the cruise begins and spend the night at one of our partner hotels. This will allow you to explore the region around Passau, too. And when your ship sets sail for an exciting Danube cruise, you will have already enjoyed your first few adventures.

Dates & Prices

Arrival & Hotel

Ships on this cruise

A-ROSA RIVA

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A-ROSA RIVA