Wachau Valley vineyards along the Danube River, Austria. Photo via Flickr:alchen_x

Belvedere Castle in Vienna, Austria. Photo via Flickr:Miguel Mendez
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Por el Danubio – Passau a Viena

Austria, Alemania Tours en bicicleta y barco

Paseo en bici por Austria y las ciudades históricas del Danubio

  • Este tour en bici por Alemania y Austria empieza en Alemania en la ciudad de Passau y rápidamente cruza a Austria siguiendo el Danubio río abajo hacia al este a través de paisajes maravillosos.

    Después de un día increíble en bicicleta, podrás descansar a bordo navegando por el Schlögener Schlinge (donde el Danubio da una vuelta de 180°) y después de la cena, paseo en autobús por Linz donde está la catedral más grande de Austria. El segundo día de paseo en bici te lleva a la ciudad celta Mitterkirchen, o alternativamente al castillo Clam y al castillo de Grein. El tercer día del recorrido en bici comienza en Strudengau por el valle hacia Melk con su monasterio barroco benedictino (una joya!). El cuarto día será de descanso en Viena con su arquitectura rica. Paseo por el famoso mercado Naschmarkt, una aventura cultural y culinaria. También podrás descansar en algún acogedor café o en una típica taberna vienesa.

    Todos los tours en bici por el Danubio.
    Viajes en bicicleta en Austria.
    Tours en bicicleta en Alemania .

    **Este tour también está disponible como un tour guiado, el Comfort Relax.

  • 2017

    MS Normandie

    CubiertaPrincipalSuperior
    Abril 22 y Oct 7  NOK 6964 $ 836 $ 1,032 685 £ 663 kr 6428 NOK 8388 $ 1,007 $ 1,243 825 £ 799 kr 7742
    Mayo 6 y sept 23 NOK 7981 $ 958 $ 1,182 785 £ 760 kr 7367 NOK 9404 $ 1,129 $ 1,393 925 £ 896 kr 8681
    Mayo 20 y Sept 9 NOK 8693 $ 1,043 $ 1,288 855 £ 828 kr 8024 NOK 10116 $ 1,214 $ 1,499 995 £ 963 kr 9338
    Jun 3, Jul 1, Jul 15, Jul 29, Ago 12, Ago 26 NOK 9201 $ 1,104 $ 1,363 905 £ 876 kr 8493 NOK 10624 $ 1,275 $ 1,574 1045 £ 1012 kr 9807
    Suplemento single  NOK 2542 $ 305 $ 377 250 £ 242 kr 2346

    Cargos Adicionales: 
    Tasas portuarias (obligatorias para pasajeros mayores de 12 años): NOK 600 $ 72 $ 89 59 £ 57 kr 554 Alquiler de bicicleta eléctrica: NOK 966 $ 116 $ 143 95 £ 92 kr 892 Compra de casco (Se paga a bordo): NOK 407 $ 49 $ 60 40 £ 39 kr 375

    2018

    MS NORMANDIECabina PrincipalCabina Superior 
    Abril 7 y  Abril 14 NOK 5988 $ 719 $ 887 589 £ 570 kr 5528 NOK 7412 $ 889 $ 1,098 729 £ 706 kr 6841
    Cabina Single   --- NOK 9953 $ 1,194 $ 1,475 979 £ 948 kr 9188
    Abril 21 y  Oct 6 NOK 7615 $ 914 $ 1,128 749 £ 725 kr 7029 NOK 9038 $ 1,085 $ 1,339 889 £ 861 kr 8343
    Cabina Single   --- NOK 11580 $ 1,390 $ 1,716 1139 £ 1103 kr 10689
    Mayo 5 y Sept 22 NOK 8835 $ 1,060 $ 1,309 869 £ 841 kr 8155 NOK 10258 $ 1,231 $ 1,520 1009 £ 977 kr 9469
    Cabina Single    --- NOK 12800 $ 1,536 $ 1,896 1259 £ 1219 kr 11815
    Junio 2 y  Sept 8 NOK 9648 $ 1,158 $ 1,429 949 £ 919 kr 8906 NOK 11072 $ 1,329 $ 1,640 1089 £ 1054 kr 10220
    Cabina Single   --- NOK 13613 $ 1,634 $ 2,017 1339 £ 1296 kr 12566
    Junio 16, Junio 30, Julio 14, Agos 11 y  Agos 25 NOK 10055 $ 1,207 $ 1,490 989 £ 958 kr 9281 NOK 11478 $ 1,377 $ 1,700 1129 £ 1093 kr 10595
    Cabina Single   --- NOK 14020 $ 1,682 $ 2,077 1379 £ 1335 kr 12941

    Cargos Adicionales: 
    Alquiler de bicicleta eléctrica: NOK 966 $ 116 $ 143 95 £ 92 kr 892 Compra de casco (Se paga a bordo): NOK 407 $ 49 $ 60 40 £ 39 kr 375 Cabina Twin para uso single: Aplica un recargo de aproximadamente un 50%. 

    MS ARLENECabina Principal Cabina Superior 
    Mayo 28 NOK 9648 $ 1,158 $ 1,429 949 £ 919 kr 8906 NOK 11072 $ 1,329 $ 1,640 1089 £ 1054 kr 10220
    Cabina astern*---- NOK 10055 $ 1,207 $ 1,490 989 £ 958 kr 9281
    Cabina Single ---- NOK 13613 $ 1,634 $ 2,017 1339 £ 1296 kr 12566
    Junio 11, Junio 25, Julio 9, Julio 23 NOK 10055 $ 1,207 $ 1,490 989 £ 958 kr 9281 NOK 11478 $ 1,377 $ 1,700 1129 £ 1093 kr 10595
    Cabina astern* ECO---- NOK 10462 $ 1,255 $ 1,550 1029 £ 996 kr 9657
    Cabina Single ---- NOK 14020 $ 1,682 $ 2,077 1379 £ 1335 kr 12941

    *ECO cabinas, Ubicadas en el frente y la parte de atras del barco (posible ruido de maquinas o de los motores)

    Cargos Adicionales: 
    Alquiler de bicicleta eléctrica: NOK 966 $ 116 $ 143 95 £ 92 kr 892 Compra de casco (Se paga a bordo): NOK 407 $ 49 $ 60 40 £ 39 kr 375 Cabina Twin para uso single: Aplica un recargo de aproximadamente un 50 %. 

    Opciones extra

    Noches adicionales: Ponte en contacto con nosotros
    20 % de descuento para menores de 13 años compartiendo una cabina con un adulto.
    Recomendamos el uso de casco, mandatorio en algunos países y para menores de 12 años.

    Nota

    *Si quieres una bicicleta eléctrica, háznoslo saber al momento de reservar.
    **Si quieres comprar un casco, háznoslo saber al momento de reservar.

    Las tarifas están basadas en ocupación doble.

    Información importante para leer antes de hacer tu reserva..

    Recomendamos comprar un seguro de viaje de bicicleta..

    Por favor consultar "Preguntas Frecuentes"

  • Viaje

    Vuelo a Munich o Salzburgo.

    Transporte local

    Tren a Passau. Desde el aeropuerto de Munich, el viaje es de 2½ horas. Del aeropuerto de Salzburgo, el viaje es de 3½ - 4 horas.

    Clima

    Chequea el clima antes de viajar. La temperatura media de la región en °C es 14/05 en abril, 19/09 en mayo, 22/13 en junio, 25/15 en julio, 25/15 en agosto, 20/12 en septiembre y 14/06 en octubre.

    Observaciones

    Este viaje se ofrece también como un tour guiado, el paquete Comfort Relax abordo el Theodor Korner.


Salidas de los tours

Salidas 2017
Abordo del MS Normandie: 
Salidas los sábados:: Abril 22, Mayo 6, Mayo 20, Junio 3, Julio 1, Julio 15, Julio 29, Agosto 12, Agosto 26, Septiembre 9, Septiembre 23, Octubre 7, 2017

2018

MS Normandie: Salidas los sábados: Abril 7, Abril 14, Abril 21, Mayo 5, Junio 2, Junio 16, Junio 30, Julio 14, Agosto 11, Agosto 25, Septiembre 8, Septiembre 22, Octubre 6, 2018

MS Arlene: Salidas los Lunes: Mayo 28, Junio 11, Junio 25, Julio  9, Julio  23, 2018

Alojamiento

A bordo de un barco Comfort Plus.MS Normandie.

Incluido

  • 7 noches de alojamiento
  • Cóctel de bienvenida
  • Limpieza de camarote diaria
  • Comidas: Desayuno, almuerzo empaquetado, o al bordo, y cena.
  • Cena de gala con una bebida de despedida
  • Café o merienda por la tarde
  • Música diaria en vivo
  • Guía del tour a bordo del barco (no participa en tours en bicicleta)
  • Bicicleta híbrida de 7 o 21 velocidades
  • Paquete de información y un libro con la ruta (1 por camarote)
  • Reuniones diarias informativas

Noincluido

  • Tarifas portuarias: €59
  • Cascos disponibles para la compra
  • Las bebidas (medio litro de agua proporcionado cada día por pasajero)
  • Protección de Bicicleta
  • Seguro de Viaje

Extra Stay

Se puede combinar con una estadía adicional en Passau.

tourBici+Barco
TipoAuto-guiado
DificultadFácil
Duración8 días
Desde589 Precios
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Nível de dificultad

Tour relativamente fácil a lo largo del Danubio. La ruta es mayormente plana con colinas ocasionales saliendo del valle del Danubio. Todo el tour se lleva a cabo sobre senderos de bicicleta asfaltados conveniente para principiantes y niños. Las distancias diarias pueden ser ajustadas.

Barcos de los tours

Itinerario

Por el Danubio – Passau a Viena Map

Día 1: Passau - Engelhartszell, embarque a las 5 p.m. Salida a las 7 p.m.
Día 2: Engelhartszell - Untermühl - "Gran Lazo del Danubio" - Linz (52 km) 
Día 3: Linz - Mauthausen - Grein, (42 km)
Día 4: Grein - Melk - Tulln (50 km)
Día 5: Tulln - Viena (35 km)
Día 6: Viena (día de descanso), tour de ciudad (opcional), concierto de ópera y Vals (opcional) 
Día 7: Wachau - Dürnstein - Pöchlarn, cata de vinos (opcional), (39 km)
Día 8: Passau, desembarque

Día 1: Arribo en Passau, Passau – Engelhartszell
La ciudad episcopal de Passau, se encuentra cerca de la frontera de Bavaria/Austria y es también conocida como la ciudad de los 3 ríos. El horario de embarque será a las 5 p.m. y el barco zarpara aproximadamente a las 7 p.m. Disfrute de su primera cena abordo, y navegue durante la nochecita hacia Engelhartszell.

Día 2: Engelhartszell – Untermühl – "Gran Lazo" – Linz (52 km)
Prueba algunos de los deliciosos licores hechos en el monasterio de Engelhartszell. Son famosos por sus poderes curativos. Rio abajo, la ruta te llevara hacia hermosas ciudades en medio de maravillosos paisajes naturales. Para variar, te sugerimos tomar el pequeño ferry que lo llevará a dar una vuelta romántica por el rio, experimentando abruptos giros de 180 grados .El barco te llevara desde  Untermühl hasta Linz. Luego de la cena, súbete al  city exprés (opcional, no está incluido en el paquete) y descubre Linz, la capital de Austria septentrional.

Día 3: Linz – Mauthausen – Grein (42 km)
Temprano por la mañana, el barco navegara hacia Mauthausen. Aquí tendrás la oportunidad de visitar el Memorial de Mauthausen. La ciudad celta de  Mitterkirchen te dará una noción de cómo vivían en el pasado. Los ciclistas que deseen tomar la ruta más fácil, podrán pedalear a lo largo del Danubio .La ruta alternativa a esta (Danubio)  es por "Strudengau". Es un poco más montañosa pero el paisaje es fantástico. En Grein, veras el impresionante castillo de Greinburg que definitivamente vale la pena. (Esta visita es opcional, No está incluida).

Día 4: Martes, Grein – Melk – Tulln  (50 km)
Hoy pedalearas por  Strudengau – un punto estrecho del Danubio que era notorio entre los patrones. El valle se extiende desde Persenbeug y la excursión te llevara hacia  Melk donde se encuentran los maravillosos monasterios barrocos de los hermanos benedictinos. Ya abordo disfrutaras de la puesta del sol y una hermosa noche viendo cómo se va iluminando la ciudad de Wachau. El destino final del día es  Tulln, famosa por sus numerosas huertas y lugar de nacimiento del artista Egon Schiele.

Día 5: Miércoles, Tulln – Viena-Nussdorf /(Korneuburg también puede ser posible) (35 km)
El monasterio de  Klosterneuburg está situado en la entrada de Viena. Se puede ver la cúpula barroca de más de 900 años, desde la distancia." Kahlenbergerdorf" con sus clásicas tabernas para tomar vino, hacen que sea una visita que valga la pena .Luego de una vuelta por los viñedos, podrá disfrutar de la vista panorámica de Viena. Durante la excursión en bus por la ciudad (opcional, no incluida) en la tarde, podrá ver las principales atracciones de esta hermosa ciudad.

Día 6: Viena (día de descanso), Tour por la ciudad (opcional), concierto de ópera y Vals (opcional)
Es importante que trate de ver la mayoría de los sitios de interés, lugares como  Prater, la catedral de St. Stephens, y el  Hofburg. Puedes tomar un tour por la ciudad en bici (opcional, No incluida). El magnífico boulevard "Instarβe" con el teatro de  Bourg, la ópera, y el ayuntamiento de la ciudad, son las principales estructuras que lo llevaran al pasado. Tendrás tiempo también para visitar los cafés vieneses que son un clásico de la ciudad. La noche termina con un increíble concierto en la Operetta (Opcional, No incluido). Luego el barco Te llevara hacia Dürnstein o Rossatz

Día 7: Viernes, Wachau | Dürnstein – Pöchlarn, (39 km)
Tu último día de bici, es un día especial. Pasarás por medio de aldeas de ensueño, arboles de duraznos, viñedos, castillos, monasterios, ruinas, este paisaje apenas montañoso, maravilla a todo el mundo que lo recorre. Veras ruinas, encima de la pequeña ciudad barroca de Dürnstein, mientras que la torre azul del monasterio es una marca registrada de Wachau. En Weißenkirchen tendrás la posibilidad de hacer una degustación de vinos-Opcional- las mismas pueden ser realizadas en cualquiera de las tabernas a la vera del camino. Después de todo lo recorrido, te debes un descanso! En la noche será la cena y el coctel de despedida.

Día 8: Sábado, Passau
Cada viaje llega a su fin. Una vez más disfruta en la cubierta de los primeros rayos de sol y la paz silenciosa del valle del Danubio. Haz una última recorrida por el Schlögener Schlinge ("Gran Lazo ") antes de llegar relajado a Passau. La llegada será  alrededor de las 10 de la mañana, y el desembarque media hora más tarde. Recomendamos organizar los viajes de conexión hacia otras ciudades a partir de las 12 p.m.
 

Puedes ver todos nuestros tours en bici y barco o nuestros viajes en Bici, también puedes ver los especiales y las noticias.

*Información importante: En caso de marea baja o de inundaciones, la compañía de navegación se reserva el derecho de saltear partes del recorrido en autobús, o en situaciones extremas, de cancelar el viaje con poca anticipación. Ningún derecho legal podrá constituirse en ambas situaciones. (El nivel del agua es fuerza mayor). Lo mismo rige para trabajos de reparación ordenados oficialmente (no anunciados previamente) en esclusas o puentes o en caso de rotura de motor o unidad generadora de energía. 

Ten en cuenta que tu barco, como todos los otros barcos en el Danubio, no es solo tu hotel en el tour, sino que también es una máquina, que funciona con motor también durante la noche. Especialmente al cruzar esclusas y puentes (y preparación) puede causar ruido. Si eres sensible al ruido, no olvides traer tus tapones para los oídos.

*Se tomarán como válidos los detalles y descripciones de las rutas de los viajes a los que están circunscriptos en las páginas en inglés.

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Comentarios de viajeros

  • Barbara H. 3 weeks ago

    Fabulous bike/barge adventure in Germany/Austria! We'll be back! The cycling was on beautiful paths along the Danube. The food and service onboard were extraordinary.

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  • Mari H. 3 months ago

    The new friends we made! We absolutely enjoyed the other travelers we ate with every meal! They became great friends despite language differences. It was a fantastic trip. We blogged our trip!

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  • Kimberly W. 3 months ago

    The scenery along the Danube was outstanding and riding thru the vineyards on our last day was beautiful. Would do it all over again!!

  • Kimberly W. 3 months ago

    The MS Normandie took us on a fabulous adventure down the Danube from Passau to Vienna. The last day of biking was the most memorable as we rode thru some gently rolling hillsides and were enveloped by vineyards and orchards. The quiet and the beauty of the scenery was breathtaking!
    Because it was all so beautiful we would on a daily basis become distracted and veer off the designated route (or maybe we were lacking in the map-reading skills). Therefore, after the second day we decided to each rent an e-bike so that it wouldn't be a huge deal if we got off the beaten path and put on extra miles. Best decision we made all week! Our new equipment helped us to keep up with some new found(older) friends who were rocking the routes every day.
    The evenings were mostly composed of a nice slow 4-course meal (stellar offerings) and catching up with friends and family via the sketchy internet service. I would suggest you bring along a game or two and some books.
    Couldn't have imagined a more complete and perfect vacation. We just had to get ourselves to and from the launch and dock sites and the staff of the MS Normandie took care of the rest!

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  • Patricia L. 3 months ago

    The majority of the Danube cycling routes are truly beautiful. We were worried about the bikes only having 7 speeds, however it was only an issue when we made the climb to the Mauthausen Concentration Camp. Otherwise, they were fine. The staff on the Normandie were fabulous, as was the food. I esp. want to thank Ani and Mikki who were a huge help to us prior to the trip. We had lots of questions and they always answered them quickly and thoroughly. I plan on continuing to book my trips with Tripsite. What a great company!

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  • Robert W. 4 months ago

    The entire trip was memorable for me. I took lots of video and still shots. My plan is to create some YouTube videos to share the experience. I have wanted to do the ride along the Danube for several years and I finally got my chance. It was everything I expected and more. I am now looking at the choices for my next cycling adventure in Europe.

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  • Margaret M. 4 months ago

    Walking and biking around Vienna. It is a beautifully restored city with so many historic buildings and places to take your breath away. Our bike guide Bernd added to the experience by translating for us all the history and important information as we were the only English speakers on the trip.

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  • Jim and Margaret Molineux 5 months ago

    We have just returned from our boat/bike adventure and enjoyed it immensely. Being the only English speaking passengers on the trip, we were in the care of the multilingual SE bike tour guides; Bernd, Andreas and Wolfgang. And look after us they did. With all the tours and information in German, we would have missed so much if it hadn't been for Bernd showing up everywhere to translate for us. The staff on board were helpful, courteous and efficient. Food was gourmet and even with cool and often wet weather, tours were interesting and biking was exhilarating. Bikes were brand new, maps were clear and information given beforehand made navigating easy. Ebikes are the way to go if climbing hills is difficult; although it is mostly flat.
    We would absolutely do this again with Trip Site or SE Tours.

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  • H. Hausch 1 year ago

    Really liked our trip director Andreas. The Theodor Koerner excellent boat with superb staff.

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  • E. Heide 1 year ago

    We would have like more written details of the areas we were seeing. We also would have liked a stronger wifi connection. Food and service was excellent.

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  • E. Correll 1 year ago

    Bicycling Passau to Vienna with the MS Normandie was a great experience. The bicycle route was mostly flat and in top condition. The views along the way were scenic and enjoyable. The small villages were charming and the larger cities were very beautiful. Our accommodations and meals on the boat were wonderful. One of my favorite experiences of the week was the optional trip to the opera house in Vienna. I am especially glad I didn't miss it. This was my third Tripsite tour and overall this adventure was everything and more that I had hoped for. I would highly recommend it to anyone that loves cycling. I think it is suitable for all skill levels. I will say that on this tour the guides daily instructions were minimal. His input was very basic and quite a disappointment compared to past guides. No photo slide show with instructions such as, "when you see this landmark or sign be sure to turn here." The guide books with maps that were provided were of great assistance, however, and we were able to compensate for the most part by carefully following these written instructions. There was also a small tourist guide book in each room from which you could read about points of interest in each city and village along the way. As I said, overall this was a fantastic week and my friend and I loved every minute!

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  • J Lillis 2 years ago

    Wonderful trip. Our room smelled really bad when we arrived. Mentioned it to the cleaning staff and they said it was the air conditioner. They were on the problem immediately and made sure we had no further problem. Bit of confusion with bike insurance, but on contacting Tripsite on our return this was dealt with immediately (thank you!). Might want to consider having a basic first aid kit onboard I fell in Vienna and badly sprained my ankle - no breaks fortunately. Had to get ice from he bar as there was nothing else available they couldn't give me much as it was needed for the drinks.

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  • Susan Dawood 2 years ago

    Never brought it up to the bike staff, but gears on my bike were difficult to manage. I attributed it to my having small hands, but I also thought the gears should be replaced soon, for the next "small handed" guest.

    It was a wonderful experience and we were fortunate to have beautiful weather the entire week.

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  • David Pomfret 2 years ago

    We had a fantastic time it was a highlight of the trip; can't say about the bikes as we had our own.

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  • Brent McLean 2 years ago

    Would be nice to sit with other people at meals. Everyone was great and it felt like we were on a camping trip.

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  • Hong Gao 2 years ago

    It was a great trip, thank you.

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  • Sharon Cratsenberg 2 years ago

    Perfect weather, gorgeous scenery, wonderful riding--loved every minute of the trip.

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  • Corinne Bauer 2 years ago

    Fabulous guides, wonderful scenery, food, very helpful Tripsite staff. Will be taking another trip as soon as I can!

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  • John Bowyer 2 years ago

    Wonderful trip along the Danube. If you are biker you will find the bikes lacking. My wife with her spinal cord injury used an electric assist which worked very well.

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  • Susan Knight 2 years ago

    Amazing scenery, great company, delicious food, kind staff and somewhere comfy to sleep - with no unpacking! However,the crux of these trips stems from the quality of the guides. Our first trip, to Vienna, Had a guide that knew the route well, but smoked at every stop, and wanted to always eat dinner at somewhere he could buy alcohol; we preferred to eat our rolls in the fresh air, which sometimes was tricky. He tended to ride off without checking we were all ready, leaving riders behind until someone caught him. Our second trip (Merzig to Koblenz) had a lady guide who was not at all familiar with the area, but used her GPS to locate landmarks and routes (sometimes taking the shortest, not the most scenic). She didn't give an initial safety talk, she changed the route from the easy one offered to a more scenic but quite difficult one, causing one older, inexperienced lady to fall (end of trip for her and her husband,, hospitalisation for almost a fortnight, skingraft). Our replacement guide tried hard, but couldn't seem to match the route to the one we'd booked, so we missed seeing things we'd looked forward to. So our last trip, Koblenz to Amsterdam, was not one we would recommend unless they sorted the route out. Apart from the above, we'd recommend this mode of travel.

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  • Margaret Knode 2 years ago

    Staff was incredible. Only change I would make is in the dining room. To be allocated to a table with the same people for every meal was restrictive. We go on trips to meet people from different countries and to make new friends. On speaking with other travellers they mentioned that open seating would have made the whole experience that much more enjoyable. We thoroughly enjoyed our dining companions, but what if you didn't you were stuck all week.

    Can't say enough about how accommodating the staff were, especially in the dining room. Many thanks! Want to do the trip again next year add bring my siblings.

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  • Brett McGillivray 2 years ago

    Besides information on the bike routes, I enjoyed the information on side trips.

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  • Harvey & Sharon Rishe 2 years ago

    Although we are seasoned travelers and fairly fit cyclists, we were new to bike & boat touring, and as a result we probably drove TripSite's Carla crazy! But her patience never faltered; she was generous and gracious with answers to our interminable questions and we arrived in Passau well informed and ready to have a great time.

    Our expectations were met and exceeded. Not only had Carla prepared us well, but Rad & Reisen proved to be a world class organization. The accommodations were lovely, the gourmet meals splendid, the route information excellent, the professionalism and friendliness of the crew impeccable, and the camaraderie among fellow travelers delightful. Not to mention the gorgeous Danube scenery, the interesting villages, and beautiful Vienna!

    We were so happy with TripSite and Rad & Reisen that we are already researching our next bike and boat trip with them! Thank you for a lifetime of wonderful memories.

    Harvey & Sharon Rishe
    Salt Lake City, Utah

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  • K. Augustyn 3 years ago

    I will say that this Danube barge/bike trip was probably one of the best vacations I have ever taken. My friends who took the trip with me feel the same way and we are considering doing another one next year. We will definitely consider the barge/bike cruises that you have to offer. Again, thank you very much!

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  • Joanne MacRae 3 years ago

    This was our best trip to Europe as it involved lots of fresh air and exercise in a dream like setting. We sang "the Sound of Music" as we cycled across the German border into Austria.

    The bicycles were top notch. The food on board was fabulous and the customer service was excellent. We were so pleased with the Pack and Pedal Europe organization for giving us lots of valuable information before we arrived on board. We felt we were well prepared for the bike and boat adventure. The whole experience exceeded our expectations! I would definitely advise anyone to take the "Comfort Relaxed Tour" as it identified us with a group of fellow cyclers on journey with an experienced guide who introduced us to the culture and cuisine of local villages in Austria. We appreciate all of the travelling tips and advice we received from Pack and Pedal as all of our inquiries were answered promptly. I highly recommend this tour to anyone. The bicycles were in top working order and cycling on the paved pathways along the Danube was a breeze for anyone in decent physical shape. We can't wait to return and take another trip!

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  • Emily Hull-Parsons 4 years ago

    We just returned from our trip and wanted you to know how much we enjoyed it! Thanks for your help.

    The shirt and shorts were a big hit!

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