If you want a river cruise with lots of variety, you can’t do much better than the Danube. Take a look at the Danube River on a map and you’ll see it slices through the very heart of Europe, flowing from the Black Forest in the west to the Black Sea in the east. In fact, the Danube passes through 10 countries – including Austria, Hungary, Serbia and Slovakia – which is more than any other river on the planet. Along its banks, you’ll see some of the grand dames of European architecture – from the neo-Gothic spires of the Hungarian Parliament Building, to the soaring towers of Regensburg Cathedral. Plus, there are modern-day marvels, too, like Linz’s all-glass Ars Electronica Center and the Lentos Art Museum. On a week-long Danube River cruise, you can go from Budapest’s baths to Bratislava’s bars. And follow in the musical footsteps of Mozart in Vienna’s coffee and opera houses. Plus, there’s the chance to visit age-old wine towns in Austria’s Wachau Valley, like Durnstein and Melk. Or you can venture even further east, with a cruise past Serbia’s Iron Gates – a gorge packed with jaw-dropping sights. You can also combine your Danube cruise with a journey along the Main on our two-week-long European Icons itinerary. This way, you’ll get to tick off cities like Amsterdam and Cologne, as well as tiny wine-growing towns like Bamberg and Rudesheim, before continuing on to Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest.Show More
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