Danube taster cruise

Experience the difference with Fare Wise Travel.

This 4 day break, by air, offers fantastic value and is a wonderful way to experience the possibilities of European river cruising

Fall in love with the Danube—with its charming small towns, and scenic beautyon this river cruise vacation. Begin your vacation in the vibrant Hungarian city of Budapest, where you board your vessel. Then discover Slovakia’s vibrant capital of Bratislava, explore the quaint town of Dürnstein with its baroque Stiftskirche, visit Melk’s awe-inspiring Benedictine Abbey, and bask in the natural beauty of Austria’s Wachau Valley. Your vacation ends in Vienna, the “City of Music,” where you’ll disembark.

DETAILS

Highlights & Sightseeing

Cruise: deluxe 3-night cruise in an outside stateroom with Avalon’s exclusive Comfort Collection BedsSM

Day 1 Budapest (Embarkation): welcome to Budapest; onboard welcome reception

Day 2 Bratislava: guided sightseeing, visit St. Martin’s Cathedral

Day 3 Melk–Dürnstein: guided visit of the Benedictine Abbey in Melk; cruise through the Wachau Valley; see the Stiftskirche in Dürnstein

Day 4 Vienna (Disembarkation): your vacation ends this morning
Special onboard and onshore experiences presented by entertainers, artisans, and experts, designed to enrich your cruise.

Attend an onboard Slovakian & International Music performance.

Meals

– Captain’s welcome & farewell receptions with sparkling wine and canapés
– Welcome dinner
– Daily Afternoon Tea
– Daily Night Fare
– Farewell dinner
– Complimentary sparkling wine with breakfast; wine, beer, or soft drinks with lunch and dinner are included daily on board your vessel

NOTES:
In the event of water level problems or any problems of a technical nature, it may be necessary to operate the itinerary by motorcoach or to alter the program.
Included visits and special features are subject to change. If a change becomes necessary, a substitute will be offered.
Please check visa requirements with your local consulate(s); the responsibility for obtaining a visa rests with the traveler.