The journey from Bamberg to Kelheim is spread with wonderful views and impressive technology. While passing the highest locks in Germany, you’ll experience how harmoniously the waterway has been integrated in its surrounding landscape. The stretch through the nature paradise of Altmühltal is one that must be seen.
The Danube covers 2,888 km from its sources in the mountains of the Black Forest to its delta in the Black Sea and is the second-longest river in Europe after the Volga.
From Kelheim, the cruise goes via Regensburg and Passau to Austria and travels through such lovely landscapes as the sun-blessed wine-growing region of the Wachau. Dürnstein and Melk are the highlights along this route, before reaching Vienna, the metropolis on the Danube.
The Slovakian capital, Bratislava, is as fascinating as the Hungarian landscape on the Danube bend and Budapest with its unique vistas.