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Beth T.1 year ago
Arlene II Pelo Danúbio – Passeio por quatro paísesÁustria, Alemanha, Eslováquia, Hungria
I loved cycling through the Wachau valley. The boat staff was so attentive and everything ran smoothly, in spite of a few minor hiccups. The scenery and the daily stops were great. I loved spending time in the big notable cities.
Henk G.1 year ago
Arlene II Ao longo do Danúbio – Passau a VienaÁustria, Alemanha
Nature, food, organisationOnly BIG problem was engine trouble which delayed arrival in Passau by 5 hours and complicated the next part of our vacation
Jon B.1 year ago
We very much enjoyed the trip. The staff/crew were very accommodating, and the biking was great. The only drawback was the problem with the rudder system, which led to our tour being altered, and us not being able to go to Budapest.
Christa M.1 year ago
We had a great time exploring Austria, Germany, Hungary and Slovakia. The boat was comfortable. The staff was super fun. Food was great. Excursions were top notch. Truly no complaints.
peter b.1 year ago
Our trip was changed as the boat had a broken rudder and not able to be fixed by the time we started. The people involved int he tour then changed it to a bike and hotel trip which was great.Memorable part of the trip was seeing all the small towns along the way. The bigger towns were ok but the smaller ones were better
Steve F.1 year ago
Captain Dan and the crew of the Arlene II were fantastic! Great food, cozy accommodations, and really fun cycling.Would recommend the cycling City Tours in both Vienna and Budapest. We did not book these and I think we missed out.Our bike/barge holiday was well organized, super relaxing and tons of fun!We will definitely be taking another trip with Tripsite! You guys rock!
Scott A.1 year ago
Riding in the foothills/vinyards in Austria. Stopping for a beer and a slice of homemade cake at a hotel on the trail.The boat was too slow traveling upstream against heavy current. This meant we were late in docking for our next ride. Yes, the current was heavy but this is likely to happen every spring.
Donna G.2 years ago
Best Part: Interactions with passengers from around the world
Tammy M.2 years ago
Having great weather was a real bonus. It was awe inspiring to float into the many enormous locks and envisage what the areas must have been like before harnessing the mighty Danube. The never ending beauty of this part of the world and appreciating the pride in property that shows up at every turn and in every village, is what leaves the greatest memories.
Nicole G.2 years ago
I loved the trip but would like to offer some feedback. First, the breakfast was not great. I would have liked more protein, certainly eggs every day, more cold meats, salad, and cheese, after all, this was also lunch. We all thought that water should have been complimentary at the evening meal - really surprised that we had to pay extra for water. I also thought the guide should have been more knowledgeable about each day's ride and what we should have taken time to see. Petra was really great and had a lot of duties but we were riding through some very interesting country and it would have been nice to have a more detailed lecture the night before on the important land marks. I would be happy to pay more for this trip if the guiding and food were better.
Louise M.2 years ago
Arlene II Mainz to CologneAlemanha
We loved our bike and barge tour from Mainz to Cologne. The food was great, the scenery amazing! Biking is the perfect way to appreciate the environment in a relaxed way and truly immerse yourself in the experience. Two suggestions - have the tour briefings in the evening between Entree and Main course (it was a pain having to wait til 9am in the morning when we are early risers) and have branded reusable water bottles that can be filled up at water stations each day (instead of contributing to plastic bottle waste). Thank you.
Brad W.3 years ago
Arlene II Mainz to StrasbourgAlemanha, França
Much of the bike ride was difficult to navigate. Signs on the road are not always clear. Expected more country rides but much of the bike ride was through cities with many vehicles (somewhat dangerous). If we elect to travel with Tripsite again, we will do more research to determine ease of navigation along the bike route and how much of the route is through traffic.
JoAnn G.3 years ago
The Rhine Valley is a wonder to bike and very enjoyable.
Gayla • 2 years ago
Both great suggestions and easily doable. Thank you.