River Cruise by Europa Danube River
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As Europe's second longest river, the Danube flows through territories with a history stretching back thousands of years. It rises in the legendary Black Forest, flows through the lands of the former mighty Austro-Hungarian Empire and empties into the enigmatic Balkan Peninsula. The main attraction of this 7-day cruise is the unique beauty of the Danube's scenery. The journey begins in the city of three rivers, Passau, and continues through the legendary Wachau Valley to the sophisticated and imperial cities of Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava, which attract thousands of tourists every year with their rich history and culture.


Duration 7 days
Departure date
Cities Passau, Vienna, Esztergom, Budapest, Bratislava, Melk
Rivers Danube

10% DISCOUNT UP TO 180 DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE FOR FULL PAYMENT ONLY (this offer does not apply to other promotions). 

INCLUDED: accommodation in outside cabins; full board from dinner on the first day to breakfast on the last day; beverages: beer, house wine, soft drinks, water, coffee, tea from 09:00 to 23:00 hours; welcome aperitif (limited hours); 5 o'clock tea with pastries or midnight snack; coffee station; live music; welcome and farewell cocktail with one drink included; Captain's dinner;  port and tourist taxes (35€/pax/cruise); porterage and luggage handling on board 

NOT INCLUDED: excursion package; drinks not mentioned; individual transfers; flights; insurance; gratuities (50€ pax/cruise); fuel surcharge (50€ pax/cruise); wi-fi; laundry service; minibar.

TOUR PACKAGE (min. 10 pax):  

Budapest city tour

City tour of Vienna

City tour of Bratislava

Melk Abbey

Collective transfer can be booked for extra cost, please consult the schedules

POSSIBILITY TO CHOOSE A CONCRETE CABIN NUMBER: 50 eur/cabin. Otherwise, the numbers are assigned randomly.

Day 1
Boarding at the river port from 16:00. Accommodation in the cabins. Welcome cocktail. Dinner and overnight on board.

collective transfer can be booked for extra cost, please consult the schedules
Day 2
Full board on board. After lunch, embark on an optional sightseeing tour of the most important sights of the Austrian capital: the Opera House, the Town Hall, the Parliament, the Burgtheater and the splendid Hofburg Imperial Palace. In the afternoon, enjoy the city at your own pace. Late in the evening, the ship will leave the Austrian capital and sail towards Budapest. Overnight on board.
Day 3
Full board on board. At noon, you will make a short stop in Esztegom from where the optional visit to Puszta will start. Esztergom is an important place in the history of Hungary, as it was the first capital of the Kingdom of Hungary and is where the first king, Stephen I, was crowned in the year 1000. The Basilica of Esztergom is the largest church in Hungary and is the symbol of the city. Inside is the largest organ in Hungary. 
In the afternoon, we will arrive in the Hungarian capital Budapest. Overnight stopover. Overnight on board.
Day 4
Full board on board. We continue to Budapest. The city is divided by the mighty Danube into two parts: traditional "Buda" and cosmopolitan "Pest". Our optional guided tour will take you along wide boulevards to the famous Parliament, the Opera House, Heroes' Square, the Market Square, the Chain Bridge and the Fisherman's Bastion with its spectacular views over the city. At dinner time, we will set sail for Bratislava. Overnight on board.
Day 5
Full board on board. In the early afternoon we will arrive in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Our optional guided tour will offer you a sightseeing tour of this imperial city. We will see, among other fascinating sights, the National Theatre, St. Martin's Cathedral, Michael's Gate, the old town hall and the impressive rock fortress. Overnight on board.
Day 6
Full board on board. Today we wake up in Melk, a small town in the heart of the impressive Wachau Valley. It is world famous for the Benedictine Abbey perched atop a rock overlooking the river. After lunch, the ship sails to Passau. In the evening, Captain's dinner. Overnight on board.
Day 7
Disembarkation after breakfast. End of our services.

Collective transfer can be booked for extra cost, please consult the schedules

Ship MS "Crucestar"

Technical Details

Length: 110 m | Beam: 11.4m | Draft: 1.5m | Speed: 23 km/h | Remodelling: 2009 | Currency on board: Euro | Accepted cards: Visa, Mastercard. | Passenger capacity - 154. | Voltage 220V. *Vessel classification has been given at our own discretion


This ship is equipped with the most modern facilities that will guarantee a comfortable and relaxing cruise. The restaurant and the lounge bar are located on the Superior bridge, offering passengers the possibility of moving through public areas without going downstairs. Onboard, there is an elevator that connects the Middle and Upper decks. On the Sol bridge there is a promenade area with chairs, tables, loungers and a jacuzzi. From here you can enjoy panoramic views under the shade of an awning. A small library is available to customers on board the ship. Wi-Fi is subject to additional cost and is available throughout the ship.


The tourist cabins are distributed over three decks. All have shower and toilet, satellite television with a channel that shows images from the camera installed in the bow of the ship, hairdryer, safe, internal telephone. The standard cabins are compact (about 11m2) and have a small window. During the day, one bed is put away and the other is converted into a comfortable sofa. The deluxe cabins, recently remodeled, are more spacious (about 14m2) and have 2 beds that can be joined or separated. They are equiped with large opening windows. Cabin No. 218 offers the possibility of triple accommodation.