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MS Primadonna on the Danube in Dürnstein, part of the Wachau Valley & Krems-Land district of Lower Austria. ©TO

Along the Danube - Passau to Vienna aboard the Primadonna

8 dias de €724

5 fora de 5

Along the Danube - Passau to Vienna aboard the Primadonna

Fácil Bicicleta e Barco Passeios na(o)(s) Áustria

5 fora de 5

 


Brian B.
6 months ago

Avaliador Verificado

The boat was awesome! Clean and modern - like new.
I have taken many bike tours in Europe and this was the best.
The daily rides tended to be a comfortable 40-to-45 miles per day.
I rented a trail bike and my wife rented an e-bike - both were very serviceable.

ROBERT P.
6 months ago

Avaliador Verificado

We loved our trip aboard the Primadonna! The rooms themselves were a little dated and nothing fancy, but the food and the service aboard was fantastic. The time off of the ship was by far the best part. We loved the freedom of being able to wander from port A to port B in our time, but having the comfort of knowing that our luggage and lodging were safely waiting for us at the next location.

We especially loved the town of Melk and a restaurant called Rathauskeller. It had great food and the waiter, Joseph, was very nice and a highlight of our trip. Another suggestion would be in Schlogen, on your first bike day, get off the ship a little early and go for a hike up to viewing point of the Scholgen UNESCO site.

The bike were really good quality. They come with a bike lock and two rear mounted panniers. The saddles are quite hard after a several hour bike ride, so if you're sensitive to that, I would suggest a gel seat cover of some sort. Most of the towns you Leia Mais

Janet C.
5 years ago

Avaliador Verificado

Riding along the Danube river was fantastic! We loved all the port cities and the scenery was picturesque. Our favorite memory of the trip was being able to explore on our own each day. Guiding ourselves on the daily rides was challenging but very rewarding. Usually we saw our fellow shipmates along the way and had lunch companions for our daily Danube picnics!