There is no better way to experience the beauty of the European countries than a cruise along one of the most famous European rivers - the Danube.
The Danube River flows through some of the most iconic European cities that feature stunning landscapes, highly diverse cultural and culinary experiences, and a host of fun activities for guests from around the globe who travel on these cruise trips to see all that Europe has to offer.
From Prague to Vienna and Munich to Bucharest, the Danube River passes through some of the most beautiful European cities. Each city offers a unique experience to guests, allowing them to get submerged in an ocean of exciting food, history, entertainment, and cultural experiences. To top it all off, cruises from Authentic Voyages offer luxurious cruise experiences like none other. There are several spectacular cities you will have an opportunity to visit on a Danube River Cruise.
Vienna, the capital of Austria and the musical capital of Europe, lies to the East of the Danube River. The city is filled with classical European architecture interspersed with modern buildings that highlight the subtle contrast between modernity and conventionality.
Besides the food, culture, and scenic views, Vienna offers visitors a glimpse into the rich history of classical music, being home to musical legends like Beethoven, Mozart, and more.
Settled around the Danube river, this unique city is home to some of the oldest locations in Europe, with its rich history dating back 2000 years. The city offers a unique blend of modern and traditional architecture, offering sights like the Budapest History Museum, Trinity Square, Matthias Church, Margaret Island, Vajdahunyad Castle, and more.
Combined with a guided walking tour of the city, this Danube River cruise is the most complete Budapest experience you can get.
Prague, Czech Republic
Being the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is a city that is always teeming with life. Attractions like the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Dancing House, and Mala Strana District are some of the most popular tourist destinations for cruise guests.
The Vltava River crosses through the city, connecting to the Danube, Elbe, and Main rivers, providing guests on all these cruise routes a chance to experience some of the most beautiful landscapes in all of Europe.
There might be a German word for everything, but there is no word for the unmatched joy and pleasure you will feel when you see Munich through the lens of the Danube River cruise. Although the river does not directly cut through the city, it offers a quick connection via public transportation that takes you right in the heart of Munich.
The Oktoberfest capital is known globally for its exquisite beer and breweries, with stunning sights like the English Garden, Nymphenburg Palace, Victuals Market, Munich Residenz, Olympiapark, Alte Pinakothek, and more. The city is always bustling with rich cultural events, including cultural festivals, musical concerts, etc.