Biking through Krems, Austria. Photo via Flickr:MuntyPix
Cobblestone street in Krems, Austria. Photo via Flickr:Mikel Ortega

Along the Danube River in Szentendre, Hungary. Photo via Flickr:cordyph
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Viaje a cuatro países por el Danubio

Austria, Alemania, Eslovaquia, Hungría Tours en bicicleta y barco

Crucero por el Danubio, el famoso río de Europa!

Este es uno de nuestros tours en bicicleta y barco por Europa más populares, y con buena razón. Entre el paisaje aluvial de Austria y Hungría y la vuelta del Danubio, la belleza natural te espera, así como el arte, la cultura y la historia.
Desde la encantadora "Ciudad de tres ríos" de Passau directo al corazón de la una vez gloriosa monarquía imperial y real, este tour en bici por cuatro países y visita a tres de las capitales más encantadoras de Europa: Viena, la ciudad de la música, Bratislava y Budapest, te fascinará.
El paisaje a lo largo de este tour en bici por el Danubio es exuberante. En bicicleta descubrirás la maravilla natural del bucle del Danubio, el legendario Wachau con sus ciudades románticas y castillos aristocráticos, los bosques aluviales del Parque Nacional Danubio, los viñedos aterrazados a lo largo de los ríos, y mucho más.

**Este viaje también es ofrecido como un tour guiado llamado el Tour guiado “Comfort Relax” (con un costo adicional) recorriendo en bicicleta en un grupo pequeño con guía local.

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Salidas de los tours

2017
Abordo del  MS Carissima: Cada Domingo desde Abril 30 a Octubre 8, 2017.
Tour guiado Comfort Relax: Mayo 7, Mayo 21, Junio 4, Junio 25, Julio 16, Agosto 13, Septiembre 3, Septiembre 17, y Octubre 1, 2017. Otras fechas pueden ser posibles con grupos de 10 personas o más, con un máximo de 22 participantes por grupo.

Abordo del MS Normandie: Cada domingo desde abril 29, Mayo 13, Mayo 27, Junio 10, Junio 17, Junio 24, Julio 8, Julio 22, Agosto 5, Agosto 19, Septiembre 2, Septiembre 16, Septiembre 30, 2017 

Nível de dificultad

Tour en bicicleta fácil siguiendo el Danubio. La ruta es mayormente plana con algunas colinas ocasionales, especialmente saliendo del valle del Danubio. Todo el recorrido se lleva a cabo sobre buenos senderos asfaltados de bicicleta ideales para principiantes y niños. Las distancias diarias pueden ajustarse.

Alojamiento

A bordo del barco MS My Story o MS Normandie, de clase Comfort Plus.

Incluido

  • 7 noches de alojamiento
  • Cóctel de bienvenida
  • Servicio de limpieza de camarote diario
  • Comidas: desayuno, almuerzo empacado o a bordo (no ciclistas) y cena. Cada noche habrá dos o tres opciones para la cena
  • Cena de gala con cóctel de despedida
  • Café por la tarde
  • Música en vivo diaria
  • Guía del tour a bordo del barco (no participa de recorridos en bicicleta)
  • Bicicleta híbrida de 21 velocidades (MS My Story)
  • Bicicleta híbrida de 7 velocidades (MS Normandie)
  • Paquete de información y libro con la ruta (1 por camarote)
  • También incluido con el Tour guiado (Comfort Relax Package):
  • Guía de tour en bicicleta
  • 4 viajes en transbordador (Engelhartszell, Au, Visegrad, Szob)
  • Degustación de sidra en el Valle del Danubio superior
  • Visita a la Basílica Esztergom
  • Degustación de vinos en la región de Wachau
  • Recorrido guiado en bicicleta o bus por Viena y Budapest

Noincluido

  • Bebidas, incluyendo agua, a excepción de las mencionadas
  • Tarifas portuarias: €59
  • Cascos disponibles para la compra a bordo (debe solicitarse al momento de la reserva del tour): €22
  • Seguro de bicicleta

Extra Stay

Estadía adicional recomendada en Passau, la ciudad de los tres ríos.

tourBici+Barco
TipoAmbos
DificultadFácil
Duración8 días
Desde688 Precios
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Itinerario

Viaje a cuatro países por el Danubio Map

Itinerario MS My Story

Día 1: Embarque en Passau a las 5:00 p.m.  rumbo a Engelhartszell
Día 2: Bucle del Danubio, 41 km
Día 3: Devin –Bratislava, 18-49 km
Día 4: Budapest, ida y vuelta a Szentendre, 40 km
Día 5: Bucle del Danubio, Visegrad – Esztergom, 24-57 km
Día 6: Viena, día de descanso
Día 7: Wachau, Rossatz – Melk, 29-42 km
Día 8: Passau 

Las distancias son aproximadas. El itinerario puede cambiar debido a cambios en el viento, del tiempo y cualquier otra circunstancia imprevista que tenga que ver con requisitos de anclaje, etc.

Día 1: Passau – Engelhartszell
El embarque se inicia a las 5:00 p.m. en Passau en el sureste de Alemania rumbo a Engelhartszell. Ubicada en la confluencia de los ríos Danubio, Eno e Ilz, Passau es conocida como la ciudad de tres ríos. En el centro de Passau, en el punto más alto de la ciudad vieja, se eleva la catedral de San Esteban de Viena, donde se encuentra el más grande órgano de iglesia del mundo. Mira desde arriba de los ríos la majestuosa fortaleza de Veste Oberhaus y la iglesia de peregrinos Mariahilf, en la orilla del río, enmarcando la espectacular belleza de la ciudad. Navegación nocturna hacia Engelhartszell.

Día 2: Donauschlinge (meandro de Schlögen), 41 km
Este tour en bici por el Danubio comienza en Engelhartszell rumbo al meandro de Schlögen (el gran bucle), una de las porciones más bellas del Danubio, paseando en bici por pequeños pueblos. Visitarás imperdibles tabernas durante el día. En el único monasterio trapense de Austria en Engelhartszell, podrás probar sus deliciosos licores y quesos. La famosa vista "Schlogener" brinda una asombrosa postal de la Austria rural alrededor. Embarcarás nuevamente en el encantador pueblo de Aschach.

Día 3: Devin – Bratislava, 18-49 km Caminata por la ciudad histórica (opcional)
En bici a lo largo de la antigua "Cortina de Hierro" cruzando la línea verde y llegando al palacio imperial de Hof con sus espléndidos jardines aterrazados. Sigues el sendero de bicicleta a través del jardín vegetal de Austria hacia la ciudad de la coronación, Bratislava y descubre los callejones ocultos y vistas de Bratislava en un tour opcional por la ciudad. 

Día 4: Budapest, ida y vuelta a Szentendre, 40 km
Por la mañana, disfrutarás las vistas panorámicas del Danubio en la cubierta de a bordo y la entrada a la capital de Hungría, Budapest. El ciclismo por Budapest, capital de Hungría, es asombroso. Con el río Danubio corriendo recto a través de ella, Budapest está dividida en dos partes: Buda en la orilla derecha y Pest en la izquierda (la ciudad se constituyó en una en 1873). La parte Buda es la más impresionante, asentada sobre una cima de una colina y allí están las principales atracciones de la ciudad, incluyendo el barrio del Castillo en Castle Hill y el Palacio Real. Al norte de Budapest se encuentra la ciudad de Szentendre, conocida por sus casas e iglesias bien preservadas. Los habitantes de la ciudad más conocidos son los artistas y las pequeñas galerías que pueden encontrarse en cada esquina de la ciudad. Durante la noche, podrás  hacer un recorrido romántico (opcional) por las calles iluminadas de Budapest, conocida como una de las ciudades europeas más lindas. Es bulliciosa pero tranquila, una metrópolis amigable y un lugar donde los viejos tesoros se mezclan con los modernos. Lejana está su sombra comunista.

Día 5: Visegrad – Esztergom (la Curva del Danubio) 41 km
La curva del Danubio será una parte inolvidable de tu viaje en bicicleta por el Danubio. El tour en bicicleta comienza en Visegrad con su famosa fortaleza y las ruinas del antiguo palacio. Podrás elegir entre dos rutas, una más larga que incluye un viaje complementario a la isla Szentendre  y a la ciudad barroca de Vác que ha estado influenciada por los arquitectos de la emperatriz de Austria, Maria Teresa de Austria. La otra ruta te lleva directamente a la ciudad del obispo, Esztergom, con su magnífica basílica, la mayor iglesia católica de Hungría, erguida sobre la ciudad.

Día 6: Viena (día de descanso) -  Tour turístico en bicicleta o autobús, 3½ horas aprox.
Descubrirás las mejores atracciones de Viena en bici o autobús. Durante el cicloturismo por Viena visitarás la catedral de San Esteban de Viena, el bulevar "RingStraβe" con la ópera, teatros y otras atracciones arquitectónicas. Podrás descansar disfrutando un café en una de las muchas cafeterías en el camino. El día terminará con un concierto de vals y ópera (opcional) en Hofburg o en una taberna.

Día 7: Wachau, Rossatz – Melk, 35 km
Pequeñas ciudades de ensueño, viñedos, árboles frutales, castillos, monasterios y ruinas te esperan a lo largo de las colinas. ¡Pura felicidad ciclista te espera! Disfrutarás de una copa de vino en uno de los viñedos que encontrarás en tu recorrido en Spitz. En las angostas calles de Durstein tendrás que caminar con la bicicleta. Esta ciudad es famosa porque Ricardo Corazón de León fue aquí encarcelado en 1193. El castillo en ruinas sobre la ciudad puede alcanzarse a pie contemplando maravillosas vistas del río. En Weißenkirchen (posibilidad de degustación de vinos - opcional) encontrarás tentadoras tabernas a lo largo del sendero de bici. ¡Podrás descansar! Al anochecer, habrá entretenimiento y diversión a bordo, luego de la cena de gala.

Día 8: Passau
La mañana empieza en cubierta, disfrutando de la paz del valle del Danubio. Disfrutarás las últimas vistas del bucle antes de regresar a Passau a las 12 p.m. aprox. y desembarcarás media hora más tarde. Se recomienda organizar conexiones de viaje para después de las 2:00 p.m. 

Se pueden reservar y abonar excursiones adicionales a bordo.

Bratislava: city tour guiado en tren y a pie.
Budapest: tour turístico en bicicleta, recorrido por las calles de Budapest de noche (en autobús) Show tradicional de folklore en Csarda
Viena:
City tour en bicicleta o en autobús
Concierto de vals y ópera en alguno de los famosos palacios de la ciudad
Wachau:
Degustación de vinos con un productor de vinos local.
City tour por Krems en tren

Itinerario MS Normandie:

Día 1: Embarque Passau, Passau - Engelhartszell
Día 2: Engelhartszell -Brandstatt-Bratislava- Great Loop, 46 km
Día 3: Bratislava, 54 km
Día 4: Budapest, 40 km
Día 5: Danube Bend - Esztergom, 25 - 60 km
Día 6: Vienna 
Día 7: Wachau / Rossatz - Melk - Pöchlarn, 42 - 52 km
Día 8: Passau

Las distancias son aproximadas. El itinerario puede cambiar debido a cambios en el viento, del tiempo y cualquier otra circunstancia imprevista que tenga que ver con requisitos de anclaje, etc.

Día 1: Sábado, Passau – Engelhartszell
El embarque se inicia a las 10:00 a.m. en Passau en el sureste de Alemania rumbo a Engelhartszell. Ubicada en la confluencia de los ríos Danubio, Eno e Ilz, Passau es conocida como la "ciudad de tres ríos". En el centro de Passau, en el punto más alto de la ciudad vieja, se eleva la catedral de San Esteban de Viena, donde se encuentra el más grande órgano de iglesia del mundo. 

Día 2: Engelhartszell -Brandstatt-Bratislava- Great Loop, 46 km
Este tour en bici por el Danubio comienza en Engelhartszell rumbo al gran bucle, una de las secciones más bellas del Danubio. En Engelhartszell podrás visitar el único monasterio trapense de Austria y probar deliciosos licores y quesos. El paseo te lleva por pequeños pueblos y tabernas típicas durante el día.  Te encontrarás con el barco en Brandstatt y navegaran hacia Bratislava en el atardecer. 

Día 3: Bratislava, 34 km.  Caminata por la ciudad histórica y excursion por tren (opcional)
En bici a lo largo de la antigua "Cortina de Hierro" cruzando la línea verde y llegando al palacio imperial de Hof con sus espléndidos jardines aterrazados. Sigues el sendero de bicicleta a través del jardín vegetal de Austria hacia la ciudad de la coronación, Bratislava y descubre los callejones ocultos y vistas de Bratislava en un tour opcional por la ciudad. 

Día 4: Budapest, 40 km
Por la mañana, disfrutarás las vistas panorámicas del Danubio y la entrada a la capital de Hungría, Budapest, en la cubierta del barco. La entrada a Budapest es asombrosa, con el río corriendo recto a través de ella y sus atracciones turisticas e históricas siutadas al borde del Danubio. Budapest está dividida en dos partes: Buda en la orilla derecha y Pest en la izquierda (la ciudad se constituyó en una en 1873). La parte Buda es la más impresionante, asentada sobre una cima de una colina y allí están las principales atracciones de la ciudad, incluyendo el barrio del Castillo en Castle Hill y el Palacio Real. En la tarde podrás hacer una excursión de la ciudad (opcional) o explorar Margaretheninsel o el pueblo encantador de Szentendre.

Día 5: Visegrad – Esztergom (la Curva del Danubio) 25-60 km
La curva del Danubio será una parte inolvidable de tu viaje en bicicleta en Hungría. El tour en bicicleta comienza en Visegrad con su famosa fortaleza y las ruinas del antiguo palacio. Podrás elegir entre dos rutas, una más larga que incluye un viaje complementario a la isla Szentendre y a la ciudad barroca de Vác que ha estado influenciada por los arquitectos de la emperatriz de Austria, Maria Teresa de Austria. La otra ruta te lleva directamente a la ciudad del obispo, Esztergom, con su magnífica basílica, la mayor iglesia católica de Hungría, erguida sobre la ciudad. Al atardecer, el barco navega hacia Viena. 

Día 6: Viena (día de descanso) -  Tour turístico en bicicleta o autobús, 3½ horas aprox.
Descubrirás las mejores atracciones de Viena en bici o autobús (no incluido). Durante el cicloturismo por Viena visitarás la catedral de San Esteban, la avenida "RingStraβe" con la ópera, teatros y otras atracciones arquitectónicas. Podrás descansar disfrutando un café en una de las muchas cafeterías en el camino. El día terminará con un concierto de vals y ópera (opcional) en Hofburg o en una taberna. En la noche, el barco navega a Rossatz (Wachau).

Día 7: Wachau / Rossatz - Melk - Pöchlarn, 42 - 52 km
Pequeñas ciudades de ensueño, viñedos, árboles frutales, castillos, monasterios y ruinas te esperan a lo largo de las colinas. ¡Pura felicidad ciclista te espera en el último día del viaje! En las angostas calles de Durstein tendrás que caminar con la bicicleta. El castillo en ruinas sobre la ciudad puede alcanzarse a pie contemplando maravillosas vistas del río. En Weißenkirchen (posibilidad de degustación de vinos - opcional) encontrarás tentadoras tabernas a lo largo del sendero de bici. ¡Podrás descansar! Al anochecer, habrá entretenimiento y diversión a bordo, luego de la cena de gala.

Día 8: Passau
La mañana empieza en cubierta, disfrutando de la paz del valle del Danubio. Disfrutarás las últimas vistas del bucle antes de regresar a Passau a las 12 p.m. aprox. y desembarcarás media hora más tarde. Se recomienda organizar conexiones de viaje para después de las 2:00 p.m. 

Se pueden reservar y abonar excursiones adicionales a bordo.

Bratislava: city tour guiado en tren y a pie.
Budapest: tour turístico en bicicleta, recorrido por las calles de Budapest de noche (en autobús) y espectáculo de folklore tradicional en Csarda
Viena: tour de la ciudad en autobús o bicicleta, y concierto de vals y ópera en el Palacio Imperial de Viena (Hofburg)
Wachau: degustación de vinos con un productor de vinos local.

*Información Importante:
En caso de marea baja o de inundaciones, la compañía naviera se reserva el derecho de saltear partes del recorrido, yendo autobús, y en situaciones extremas, la compañía naviera podrá cancelar el viaje con poca anticipación sin consecuencias legales en ninguna de las dos situaciones. El nivel del agua es fuerza mayor. Lo mismo se aplica a reparaciones en puentes o en caso de ruptura de motores o unidades generadoras de energía.

Por favor ten en cuenta que el MS My Story y el MS Normandie, al igual que todos los otros barcos en el Danubio, no solo es tu hotel, sino también una máquina que funciona también durante la noche. Si eres sensible al ruido, no olvides llevar 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

  • Gordon M. 4 weeks ago

    The e-bike option really made the trip for me. It allowed me to bicycle each day, get plenty of exercise, and not overdo it. As a result, I was able to enjoy the sites and experience much more.

  • Shannon P. 1 month ago

    The incredible countryside through which we traveled both by boat and on bike as well as the wonderfully hard-working, pleasant and attentive staff who made my trip so memorable. Lastly, the food was fantastic!

  • John F. 2 months ago

    The ride through the Wachau valley was by far the most memorable. We were happy with the overall trip. The staff were very helpful and cheerful. The one disappointment was with the info from the cruise director on the trip. At times it was inaccurate. This trip could be improved by updating the notes in the bike route, providing information and maps on side trips to the villages we biked through. Many bikers were concerned to vary from the route to find other attractions for fear of getting lost. One section of the trail was on a small sidewalk yet the cruise director and the printed information did not mention this. A lot of bikers were confused. It seems like the cruise director never biked the route or it has been too long ago.

    • Carla 2 months ago

      Hi John,
      Thanks so much for your feedback! I'm forwarding to the cruise director - it sounds like he needs a refresher on the route. This winter we'll be working on getting these route descriptions updated and improved.
      Thanks again!

  • Ross M. 2 months ago

    Sometimes we were unsure if we were on the route or not. Maybe could have had some additional signage along route.

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    • Jehiel 2 months ago

      Hi Ross!
      Thanks for sharing this feedback. Route markers along the route can be a tricky thing because they can be taken down or moved. However, we have shared your feedback with our local partner and work to make the route easier to navigate. Glad you enjoyed your trip!

  • Saul L. 2 months ago

    The trip overall was great. The boat is showing its age, and the cabins are adequate but not overly comfortable.
    The route descriptions provided by the cruise director could have been much better. Simply using visuals to indicate map directions would have helped a lot. There was some unnecessary confusion on our trip. A friend who took the trip two weeks earlier on the same boat with the same crew made the same comment.
    Overall the lovely scenery, the interesting people on board and the beautiful cities we visited made this trip very worthwhile.

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  • pam 2 months ago

    Two ladies and I ( all in our 60's) just finished this tour on My Story. Having no experience with bike/barge I was not sure what to expect. What we got was a fabulous trip through some of the most scenic and beautiful country I've ever seen. Our tour guide, Stephan, was charming and informative. This tour was run by Rad and Reisen. They did a great job of marking the routes, although a few times we did get a little turned around. The food was top-notch and the staff did an excellent job of entertaining the travelers. I was impressed by the over-all professionalism. The riding was easy and on mostly asphalt with very few inclines. Only draw back was the size of the cabins. The pictures are a little misleading. When the second bed was lowered there was almost no room to walk by each other. You needed to be a contortionist to use the bathroom. But, since you really didn't spend a lot of time in the room it was tolerable. All in all would highly recommend this trip.

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  • Vicki H. 2 months ago

    I loved every moment of the trip. The boat and the meals were far better than I had expected, the staff was super friendly and the fun activities were great. I look forward to booking another trip. I recommend that people read their information prior to daily outings as there is a lot to absorb. Also, take time on the first day to be sure your bicycle is a good fit. It was a magnificent adventure!

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  • Pat L. 3 months ago

    The most memorable part was Day 6 Rossatz - Pochlarn was the most scenic part of the trail. Magical small villages - wish the whole route could have been like this. Most of the trail was uneventful, some of the trail was in poor shape and rough riding.
    Unfortunately, there was a language barrier between the Americans and the tour guide, so instructions were not always clear, and we needed to fend for ourselves most of the time. Certain sections of map were confusing and trail was not well marked. We made it though, and enjoyed the adventure!
    Beautiful cities and villages to visit - wish we would have had more time to explore! All in all very good trail ride and good trip!

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  • M. Linwood 4 months ago

    We found the boat comfortable and the staff really helpful and friendly. The trip was most relaxing and a good insight into the Danube countryside.

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  • M. Mander 4 months ago

    The most memorable part: The staff on board the ship, our guide, the beautiful sights and most importantly the people we met in the countries we visited. They were warm, welcoming and really made you feel like a special visitor.

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  • Mark Mander 4 months ago

    Started our tour July 17th. Things went smoothly after they had gotten the engine fixed which caused a change in our first days agenda. They really came through in making up for the inconvenience. Staff on the ship and Stephan our Rad and Reisen rep were great.

    All in all it was an excellent vacation, very well organized. All the ships staff were friendly and willing to go that extra step to make it a great experience. The food was wonderful, accommodations great.

    I thought our Rad and Reisen biking guide Hugo did an excellent job navigating our group from spot to spot. Despite having quite a large group( English, German and Dutch speaking) he was able to spend time with all of us making sure we had a great experience. He was very personable and got our group from point A to B safely, making sure we had time to see and experience the many special places communities along the Danube.

    He even went above and beyond to make my experience extra special. Having MS meant that I could not participate in the walking tours. He took it upon himself to make sure I was included by providing me with my own tour using bicycles. This would have been a night off for him and he knew that I would not be able to take part due to my limited ability to walk any distance due to my MS. It was one of my more memorable experiences thanks to Hugo.

    He certainly looked after all of us and was accessible day and night to answer any questions and assist to make our trip an experience of a lifetime.

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  • L. Schmidlin 4 months ago

    Was a great trip. Boat and tour guide were outstanding. Some of the staff were a bit stand-offish, but within reason. Just didn't make you feel 100% welcomed all the time (made you feel more of a guest than family) but again, well within reason. Got lost a few times so perhaps the maps could be a bit more directed, but again, not bad. Overall, it was a great experience and I would highly recommend it. Thanks - Larry

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  • J. Lockwood 5 months ago

    Only bad was some hills and a very long bridge (wife is afraid of heights and had to walk the over mile long bridge).

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  • M. Collins 5 months ago

    The boat was not in location we were told it would be. But once there the boat was good. The tour guide didn't seem to know the route as well as he should have. The directions on the maps could have been a lot better But we did have a great time but would recommend a different route next time.

    Tripsite was great. Would highly recommend booking with them.

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  • S. Burwell 5 months ago

    The plan changed from recommending biking in Budapest...to it not being recommended - and therefore no briefing/description of the route was provided. While the stickers on signposts helped to guide the way, the book could have been more fully annotated. The boat was too full, there were not enough dishes for all passengers, dinner took 3 hours (2 hours too long). Bikes were generally in good repair and available when promised. Although the food was very good, bottled water was not provided every day as contracted.

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  • A. Roebelen 5 months ago

    The bike path signs were sometimes hard to follow and we got off course a few times.
    The staff of the boat, The Normandie, was fabulous. The food was better than we expected and they were very accommodating with our lunches. The wifi was very disappointing.

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    • Jehiel 5 months ago

      Hi A. Roebelen,
      Sorry to hear you found the bike route confusing. We have passed your feedback on and are working to make the route more clear. As for wifi, quality and availability can vary from boat to boat. We suggest purchasing portable travel wifi, an affordable and easy way to stay connected while traveling. You can find all the details on our FAQ page.
      Thanks for your feedback!

  • V. Assis 6 months ago

    It was better than I could imagine! Thank you all.

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  • K. Thibodeau 6 months ago

    We found this to be one of our best trips ever!

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  • S. Garson 6 months ago

    I know that there was a mid cruise change of cruise directors and neither were particularly helpful. We basically did the routes ourselves and there could have been better instructions. We had a wonderful trip though.

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  • B. Burwell 6 months ago

    Biking - generally excellent. There is one day - Budapest - that is described as a biking day in most of the material we saw but when we were on the boat the tour director tried to discourage us from biking that day. There was a good reason for that - the route was confusing and included a VERY busy road for a few km. It should be removed from the promotional material as a biking day,

    Boat - another boat broke down and several people were transferred to empty cabins on our boat. I think as a result there was more people on board than could be handled at dinners. Dinners went on for 2-3 hours just because the staff couldn't deal with all the guests. The good itself was fine when it finally arrived.

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  • R. Bass 6 months ago

    We had a problem with sewage odor in our room - which they boat crew was unable to fix - Also room was hot and we had to use a fan. When we complained to Rad and Reisen about the temperature they denied that the AC was not working. We complained to Rad and Reisen and they issued us a 10% refund which Tripsite matched. We appreciated your concern attentiveness to these problems and you willingness to offer some compensation.

    Despite these problems, overall the trip was great - good people, great rides and beautiful scenery and points of interest. We would definately book another trip with your company, but not with Rad and Reisen.

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  • K. Sattler 6 months ago

    Only thing missing was quality wifi on the boat. The trip more than met our expectations

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  • J. Wagemakers 6 months ago

    This adventure was more than we expected. The boat was very well equipped, and our cabin was comfortable and larger than we expected. The staff was very friendly and dealt with all of our needs, and the meals were fabulous. Our bikes were well maintained and were well suited for the route we rode. The scenery was amazing and we come home with a collection of pictures and memories.

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  • K. Kehrberg 6 months ago

    The itinerary was excellent. A nice blend of bike routes and city site seeing along the way. We spent a couple days in Vienna before the trip and then used our Vienna day to bike on the island. Glad we didn't have to cram Vienna into a few hours. It was our cruise director's first trip and his enthusiasm was greater than his organizational skills in his presentations.

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  • R. Hennigan 6 months ago

    Our Normandie trip from Passau to Budapest was spectacular! The weather, the boat, the food, the fellow bikers, the countryside and the bikes were all a delight. We were also pleased to learn that our guide rode each day. He was very knowledgeable; however, under stress was verbally contentious and short with guests. It became almost comical and so we learned to stay out of his way during certain times of the day. Nevertheless, the trip was a dream and we thank-you!!

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  • Vivien Watts 11 months ago

    Overall great trip, really loved it. Did feel the duration and arrival time in Vienna was disappointingly limited - nowhere near long enough to see sufficient in daylight hours.

    Unfortunately one major problem became apparent. The tour director was charming and affable when presenting to an audience, but his manner often vacillated (changed) when talking with individuals. On many occasions he was rude and dismissive, including sometimes making derogattory comments. Due to his public persona (welcoming and friendly), I was really shocked by this. At times he gave the impression that he was putting on an act, that he really did not like or enjoy his job and the guests were an infuriating annoyance to him. Even allowing for tiredness and stress, I do not think there is any excuse for rudeness to friendly (and paying) customers. I was not the only one to observe his changeable attitude or bear the brunt of his dismissive rudeness. As it wasn't possible to pick what his response would be (ie positive or negative), I only spoke to him when spoken to. I shudder to think of his treatment of the genuinely lovely and diligent cleaners and kitchen staff. Perhaps it's time for Leslie to retire.

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  • Judy Lucas 12 months ago

    As this was our 1st bike and boat experience, we did not know what to expect. We are recreational cyclists, not cycling fanatics, and were very happy with this trip and look forward to saving up to do another similar adventure.

    I do have 2 comments. The meal situation. It was disappointing not to have the opportunity to mix with more of the passengers as we were at a table by ourselves and had to stay at this table for every meal - even breakfast - every day. As it was a breakfast buffet and not everyone arrives for breakfast at the same time, being free to sit wherever, would definitely encourage more socializing amongst all passengers. Also, some nights, even though the staff was definitely hustling, it took more than 2 hours to be served our main course. It would seem that a few more staff members could help with this loooong wait after a long tiring day.

    Also, there was a definite, obvious bias each day towards the larger group of German speaking passengers when it came to the briefing on the bike route. They were always briefed first and always went over the allotted time leaving the briefing for the English speaking passengers a very rushed affair, leaving no time for clarifications and a late start each day. This did result in some people getting lost. Alternating which group was briefed first might alleviate this problem.

    Having said this, it was a tremendous trip and I would definitely recommend it to any recreational cyclist. Wonderful scenery with fantastic suggested rest stops made it an exceptional adventure. Thank you for all your help in making this a superb, memorable experience. Your service was outstanding. Thank you again.
    Judy.

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  • Deborah Waldo 12 months ago

    Food was not we are accustomed to on trips of this type.

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  • Anna Brasier 12 months ago

    Ship broke down and we were bused to Budapest vs cycling in, that was disappointing, but not to be helped. Jurgen our guide was very good.

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  • Susan Oman 1 year ago

    I liked the ease of being in a larger boat vs a small barge. There was plenty of room in the lounge and other public places so we could get some quiet time. Also a little more anonymity on the larger boat and self guiding was fun.

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  • Leslie Kerluke 1 year ago

    Enjoyed the trip fully but thought there could have been a little better information on riding and expected timeline for rides, as we often rode faster than necessary and didn't know we could stop along the way for sight seeing etc. Our cycle guide was very nice but did not have all the information to answer our questions or help us to maximize our sight seeing experience.

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  • Elise Manners 1 year ago

    The whole trip was fantastic! I have already recommended it to many of my friends and one group have already booked a trip for next year!

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  • Susan Martin 1 year ago

    There was a mixup checking in to the cabins on the boat. The boat staff assigned us different rooms than the vouchers from TripSite indicated. Glad I had my voucher, otherwise we wouldn't have been placed in the upper deck room we paid for. I think the mixup affected everyone in our group of 12, and unfortunately some people were not as fortunate as we were and ended up in lower deck cabins when they reserved upper deck ones.

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  • Steve VanderWeide 1 year ago

    We did have rain quite a few days on her trip. But we were prepared and so we wore our raingear. Our guide Pieter, was very good at watching the weather and getting us inside or out of the rain if he could

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  • Bill Fleshman 1 year ago

    This is the 3rd travel group I've put together through tripsite and each was very enjoyable. My groups ranged in size from 3 to 12. The first was a land bike trip in Provence, France and the next two were bike and boat trips on the Mozel and the Danube. I am not associated with a tour company but found working with Tripsite personnel, Mary, Carla and others, to be easy even for a novice like me to put together such trips. I have worked with other agencies but have found Tripsite to be more "reachable" and available at any time I had questions. I will continue to use them for future group and individual trips.

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  • Patricia Scullin 1 year ago

    There was a chemical odor in the hallway outside our room, and the food was not good.

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  • Ronald Allard 1 year ago

    Was not always easy to "stay on course" on the bike tours. Directions and/or course markings could have been better.

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  • Carol Reimann 1 year ago

    Awesome experience! Can't wait to plan my next adventure with you.

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  • Julie Kummel jkummel@rain.org 1 year ago

    Some of the routes were complicated, but we had good backup from our staff, and possibility of getting lost was reduced considerably. The bikes were in excellent condition, the staff were friendly and very knowledgeable--it was a very enjoyable trip and I would do it again.

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  • Doug Okey 1 year ago

    Have recommended the 2 trips we did to all our friends and they are very keen to go.

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  • Michael Sudheer 1 year ago

    A wonderful experience made even better by the friendly and so very helpful staff. Thank you!

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  • Steve Slinkard 1 year ago

    Guides should have provided a little more detail (distance between turns, landmarks, areas to pay extra attention, etc)

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  • Art Shotwell 1 year ago

    My wife & I had a wonderful four country bike-boat trip on the Danube. Saw wonderful little towns, met good friends on the trip, and enjoyed good food and wine.

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  • Gail Black 1 year ago

    I enjoyed staying put at night better than the barge moving at night. We have done both and I enjoy walking around in the evening.I also would not have so many ferry crossings in the next trip. Puts a time factor in the ride.

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  • Sandra Stocks 1 year ago

    Despite nasty weather conditions, which no one can control, the crew made our trip fun and exciting.

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  • Kristi Sinkus 1 year ago

    AC did not work
    BargeBoat needed updating
    Crew was accommodating
    but moody
    Overall my biking experience was terrific!"

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  • Rafael Camarota 1 year ago

    My wife and I enjoyed eating off the boat. It was our choice to have more local flare and maximize time off boat. It did feel wasteful. It would be great if there was a reduced meals option or an option to "donate" meals or value of meals to charity.

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  • Gary Saelens 1 year ago

    Great bike/boat trip along the Danube!

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  • Mary Anne Gilbert 1 year ago

    This trip is for the person who does not want any surprises. There was nothing wrong with the food or the bikes or the staff. However there was also no sense of discovery, as every detail of your day was planned out for you, what to order when you stopped for lunch at the only place recommended, what sights to see in the cities, etc. I personally like to explore along the way and take my time in the countryside. This is the only Tripsite trip I have taken that has left me feeling a bit let down, and I have taken several.

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  • Kathleen Josten 1 year ago

    The captain crew and trip leaders all went out of their way to make us feel at home and special. The bikes were ready when they needed to be. The dinners were ready on time. We were prepared for the next day's ride. I could not ask for a better experience! The My Story crew and Lesley as trip leader were the best!

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  • Sandra Dusseault 1 year ago

    The guide was awful. We would only stop when he wanted to, and that was on the side of the path so that he could have a cigarette. When we suggested a stop in a small village, or somewhere interesting, he would say no. When I told him that I was going to go ahead on my own, he spoke to me like I was a child, telling me I was to stay with the group. The route descriptions in the evening were excellent...the main guide was fantastic, it was just the guide that we paid extra for that soured our trip.
    The boat was great, the staff was phenomenal. Our rooms were really good, an incredibly clean.

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  • Joseph Rine 1 year ago

    Boat and staff were fantastic. Daily rides were good, but routes could have been better. The Devlin loop circled us around several gravel dikes for about 10 miles. Trails were rough and not well marked. But there were miles of great bike paths along the Danube that we motored past on the boat....

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  • Kathryn Smith 1 year ago

    The tour guide, Jan (not sure of the spelling) was amazing! He was funny, helpful and friendly. All the logistics with the bike stuff worked very smoothly.

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  • Paul Finger 1 year ago

    We couldn't be happier. Everyone from the trip "arrangers" to all the personnel on the barge could not have been more helpful. This was our first trip like this, everything was superb.

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  • Susan Joe 1 year ago

    Would have been nice to have a guide but our trip was the last of the season so no guide was available.

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  • Jill Roach 1 year ago

    We loved everything about this trip. The bikes were in excellent condition, the cruise director was very helpful, the boat's staff was super attentive. The boat is definitely older but it was very clean and we loved having drinks on the top deck every night under the stars. My two teens had a great time as well and the staff was wonderful to them. The scenery was incredible and the tour excursions were a great value and well worth it.

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  • Diana Collins 1 year ago

    Even with the age of the boat (1970's!!), we totally enjoyed the cruise. The staff was great and the food was wonderful. The bikes were comfortable and in good repair.

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  • Maureen Molony 1 year ago

    We had a great time, the staff worked very hard to please, and it was a very good trip.

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  • Janet Creighton 1 year ago

    Everything was great. The only thing we didn't like was the guide we had for our guided tour. All other staff were fantastic.

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  • Lois Farmer 1 year ago

    At times the trip leading gave incomplete information regarding routes, detours and conditions although the German speaking people received better information - he should use a specific outline when giving such information to be sure it is complete.

    The food was great except for the Wiener Schnitzel which was not interesting at all. A real disappointment in fact. (I have traveled to Austria often and know a less than impressive meal when I receive it.)

    I had booked an extra night in Passau but could not use it due to airline delays. I called Tripsite which could not reimburse me, which I understand. However, I have twice requested a statement from them that I cannot be reimbursed so that I can use it for my trip insurance - I still have not received it.

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  • Don Beck 1 year ago

    Trip of a lifetime! My Story boat a bit dated, but the entire staff was wonderful!

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  • Lori Cicero 1 year ago

    We enjoyed our trip immensely and recommend it to everyone! The boat was nice, just vintage. The bike routes were well thought out, relatively easy and well marked. Some meals on the ship were good and a couple were not. We preferred eating out on the sightseeing days anyways. Overall it was a great value for the overall price. Can't wait to do another one in a different country!

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  • Don Hyland 1 year ago

    A great way to travel on the Danube from Passau to Budapest and back. Our 4 days of biking were on well marked and scenic trails. Glad to have the opportunity to climb the hill overlooking the Danube Loop. Loved biking through small towns such as Melk, Durnstein and Krems. Would recommend this trip on the MS MY STORY.

  • Kimberley McEwan 1 year ago

    We loved the Along the Danube cycling trip. The entire tour was very well organized and we really had no complaints. It was a great way to travel and sightsee several countries and the Fall was a great time of year. We are planning our next cycling trip already.

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  • Deborah Stone 1 year ago

    Accommodations were too cramped. Our first boat trip had more adequate rooms.
    Breakfast was great but supper was so so. Not good vegetarian options .

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  • Alan Robson 1 year ago

    Great tour down the Danube.

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  • Ken Scheske 1 year ago

    We have recommended this trip to all of our cycling friends, it was one of the best trips we ever had in Europe - and we have had a lot. So far we have cycled in Scotland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, Denmark and Sweden and then of course the barge trip. Keep up the good work, would love to do another one.

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  • Sue Ernst 1 year ago

    I've passed your site along to others.

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  • Pam Davis 1 year ago

    Great trip!

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  • Dennis Marshall 1 year ago

    Great value for money. Barge had broken airconditioning for 24hours+ so was unpleasant for a while. Highly recommend this trip to anyone as a great balance between active and passive holidaying. Stay overnight in key cities for 2 nights would be better, eg> Vienna. Thank you.

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  • Janis Benedict 1 year ago

    Wonderful bike trip along the Danube. Have already recommended to several friends. Look forward to doing another trip. Prefer the self-guided, plenty of time to stop and take photos.

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  • Carolyn Myers 1 year ago

    This was a wonderful trip - we took our 17 year old grandson and he had a great time with the bicycling and visiting the cities along the route. The staff on the barge was so kind and helpful and the food was outstanding!! The bicycle leader was very well versed in the route and explained the itinerary every evening. We love to take Barge and Bike trips and have taken several Tripsite trips - enjoyed them all.

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  • Kathy Showers 1 year ago

    We loved the trip! The route and scenery was amazing and we will cherish the friends we made. This tour wasn't posh - it was an active tour - I'd rather get out and experience the culture from the seat of a bicycle than from the deck of my suite. The staff was first class, food was good and the room adequate. I couldn't ask for more beautiful and safe routes each day but got lost once. My husband, who was a bit hesitant about riding 25 miles each day, did great, and is ready to plan the next trip! Tripsite was very professional and helped with all questions and concerns. We will take our next cycling trip in the next few years and will use Tripsite! Thanks!

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  • Claudia Bonomi 1 year ago

    The guide Mr. Leslie was extremely eficiente, the routes very thoughtful and well signposted. I considered it a fascinating experience!

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  • Joyce Lear 1 year ago

    I thought we would bike every day, not a problem, but it would have been nice to know.

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  • Susan Martin 1 year ago

    Upon boarding, there was confusion regarding our room assignments. All 12 of us in our party were assigned different rooms than our vouchers indicated, even on different decks. Fortunately, the cruise director was able to sort everything out, but not without some angst on the part of the hotel manager, who was in the midst of boarding all the passengers at the start of the trip.

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  • Kathy Showers 1 year ago

    I felt bad the employees hadn't had a break since the beginning of the season. Leslie the tour director was burnt out. He was a little defensive when we mentioned some of the route was poorly signed. Many people missed some turns. Other than that we loved the tour, food, staff and have recommended this to many friends!

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  • Terry Hill 1 year ago

    Excellent trip. Look forward to trying another one.

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  • Linda Nicoli 1 year ago

    Only hitch in the whole experience was confusion when we arrived at the boat for check in. In our group of twelve, those who had paid extra for upper deck rooms were assigned lower deck rooms and vice versa, causing a few flared tempers and a less than welcoming start to our excursion. After that was sorted out everything went smoothly. We liked some of the extra excursions more than others but the biking was really the highlight of the trip. Biking through the Wachau Valley with vineyards climbing the mountains on either side, many with castles on top, through charming villages - priceless!

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  • Beverly Rudeen 1 year ago

    With 100 passengers & half German speaking/half English speaking I would recommend 2 guides instead of one. At times our guide seemed overwhelmed with questions, assistance, etc....

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  • Mary Anne Gilbert 1 year ago

    I had a good time on this trip, however, there was not enough time on the bicycle. As well, compared to the other biking trips we have taken, this one was very dependent on time. We did not have all day to get to the next spot. I felt rushed on three of the days, and we only biked on four. Also you lose the sense of discovery when every spot is picked out for you ahead of time, as to where to eat, shop, etc. The cruise staff were wonderful, but it seems to me that they think people only want to see cities, whereas I love the countryside and the villages. I would not do a combined boat and bike again.

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  • Susan Viggiano 1 year ago

    Great way to do an active vacation. Will definitely book again!!

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  • Kimberley McEwan 1 year ago

    The Bike and Barge cycling trip was a great way to experience new countries. The cycling paths along the Danube are excellent and the riding was very enjoyable. We will be looking at other bike and barge options through Tripsite.

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  • Janet Humphrey 1 year ago

    They need to provide better maps or route sheets. Manager of the boat (Peter) was very unfriendly and sometimes rude.

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  • Brenda Alberico 1 year ago

    Would be helpful if bikes had water cages

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  • Merle Brinkman 1 year ago

    Thanks for providing us with a lifetime of memories.

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  • Jim Watson 1 year ago

    Overall we had an outstanding trip. The boat was a little better than we expected but very well maintained and managed by the staff and crew. Leslie, our cruise director, was fabulous. I think we overwhelmed the boat with our large group and American ways. Leslie did a great job of balancing our fun trip and the ship's need to do their jobs in a certain way. We will definitely look to Tripsite for another boat/bike adventure in the years to come.

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  • Marilyn Kerfoot 1 year ago

    Main reasons for not recommending: Too many people. I would prefer a smaller group especially for lunches and stops along the way. Too much time needed for logistics with such a large group. (That being said, Leslie and the crew did a great job being as efficient as possible with this given the numbers involved.) The trip was marketed as meals all included. However, it was clear that we were "expected" to eat lunch at restaurants during our biking days. That would have been okay except we were always at the same place as dozens of other people (mostly people from our own boat who had not elected to take the guided trip option) so that the experience was not at all enjoyable. The restaurant staff were obviously harried at having to deal with such a large group at one time.
    We always seemed to be in a rush to get back to the boat before its departure. I hadn't realized that the boat would have such a tight schedule to get from one docking point to another. I would have paid slightly more to have better food. There was way too much pork served; I felt starved for good quality, fresh vegetables by the time the tour ended.

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  • Don Beck 1 year ago

    The crew on My Story were amazing! Lesley the cruise director did a great job as did the entire staff. Five star service!

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  • Robert Vinton 1 year ago

    Food was only average. Breakfast buffet was good, but the dinners were mixed. If you could find a way to upgrade the dinners, that would be great and worth more money. For biking trips, given it is a healthy, active crowd, even more healthy meal preparations would likely be welcomed. We did appreciate the vegetarian options though Vegan would also be nice. Overall a wonderful trip though, we enjoyed it very much.

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  • Peter Parnegg 1 year ago

    I know you know this, but the My Story is an old boat. Our bathroom smelled really bad. The food was average. The staff was incredible. The biking was spectacular. Leslie, our tour manager could not have been better. This was an incredible trip and it was a great value because the boat was old it wasn't very expensive. The folks at tripsite we excellent as well.

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  • Deborah Stone 1 year ago

    We were to have 1 rest day in Vienna but had 2 rest days. The second being Budapest. We liked the city but would have preferred to see more of Hungary from our bikes. My husband is not an historic buff so was bored with sight seeing.

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  • Joseph Hludzenski 1 year ago

    Our group was more than well treated. The staff and officers on the barge went out of their way to help us and make the entire trip one to remember. The tour director really put himself out for everyone on board. He even helped us to solve a problem after we had left the boat at the end of the trip. It was outstanding.

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  • Diane Malone 1 year ago

    Yes, yes, I would and have recommended this trip to friends. It was very relaxing, fun, offering beautiful scenery, helpful staff! visiting the small villages was a treat. The route and route guide was user friendly. Hope to bike this way again soon.

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  • Howard Christie 1 year ago

    Trip maps were difficult to decipher in some cases and needed more explanation. There were too many questions of ""which way do we go?, we must have missed our turn, where's the ferry?

    Why couldn't we get a cup of coffee or tea before 7am or 4pm? Why couldn't we get a beer in the lounge right after returning from ride? Why couldn't we drop off our panniers before 4 on Friday when the man in charge was sitting at his desk doing nothing? The crew for the most part was accommodating but the Teutonic influence was in evidence too often, and I am 50% German. My grandfather having served for Germany in the First World War.

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  • Patricia Scullin 1 year ago

    The food could be a lot better, and we would even pay more. Other than that the trip was lovely.

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  • Joe Rine 1 year ago

    Wow! Last year we did a bike and barge; Koblenz to Saarburg on the Patria and loved it. This tour on the MV Story was even better. Boat was a bit more upscale, food and service was better; and the biking along the Danube was beautiful. The City visits were very good.
    The hotel Manager on the boat, Paval, was tremendous. And under his leadership the rest of the staff was also very, very good.
    My wife rented an E Bike which was well worth the money. The 21 speed I got was also very nice for a comfort bike.
    The other guests were also great!

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  • Tess Tholstrup 1 year ago

    What I didn't like was the fact that the ships organisers would have known that the Water levels in the Danube would not be sufficient for the boat to moor in Budapest long before they told us. I feel that we weren't told as it would have put in jeopardy people attending the trip.

    Otherwise everything else exceeded my expectations. The only staff member who could have done better was the guy in charge of the bike courses.

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  • Margaret Collins 2 years ago

    The four country tour on the My Story was an amazing adventure. From the time we boarded the boat til the last evening it was very well organized. The staff were friendly and fun and helpful. The bikes were comfortable and the staff made sure they fit each person. The bike rides each day were well planned with lots of information on the wonderful stops along the way. The meals were amazing with lots of choices.

    Thank you so much to trip site and the staff on the My Story for making our holiday a very memorable one. We enjoyed out trip so much we are looking forward to doing another one in the near future.

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  • Judi 2 years ago

    If you want a great bike-and-barge trip, the My Story "4 Country Tour" should be high on the list for consideration. All of the staff are polite, courteous and helpful, full of energy and enthusiasm to help make your trip a pleasure. We didn't have the best weather, but even so, the rides were beautiful, safe and fun. They were accurately described as easy to moderate and the morning briefings with the maps were most helpful. As an American, I was so impressed with the European bikeways, which are well maintained in all the countries visited. The staff, cruise director and hotel director were terrific and ready to help with any concerns. They saw to it everyone had a great time! The bike tour of Budapest and the music concert in Vienna were our favorite extra tours. I would recommend this trip for anyone who would like a vacation with exercise to work off the great food and who wants to see a lot of country in a short time.

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  • Jose Mª Duque Heras 2 years ago

    * Impresión general: muy buena, satisfechos con la organización

    * el equipo entregado y la infraestructura muy buena

    * personal y atención : buenos

    * régimen de comida muy bien

    * rutas programadas: muy adecuadas, fáciles y atractivas

    * como aspecto negativo: falta de guias en español

    Gracias por todo

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  • Wendy Davey 2 years ago

    What a fantastic trip. From the moment we were on board we knew it was going to be well organised and professional. The barge "My Story" was always very clean and the food was fantastic along with the staff very helpful and accommodating. The cycling along the Danube was picture perfect. All the extra tours were well organised. Wonderful memories! Thankyou.

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  • Marilyn Kuntze 2 years ago

    I did the four country tour along the Danbue with 11 others. We booked through Tripsite. From the beginning I was impressed with the friendly and professional backup from the staff. The trip was better than expected. The boat "My Story" -friendly staff, delicious Food, nice atmosphere. We had good weather, tours well explained and organized with no time pressure. My husband and I did the trip six years ago and enjoyed it and recommended it to friends and Family in the USA. I believe that all were very pleased with everything, This is ideal for a bike that is doing something like this for the first time.

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  • Dean Pond 3 years ago

    We have just returned from your four country tour on My Story. We were very satisfied with the accommodation despite a malfunction the last night which resulted in our being moved to another room. Our accommodation was kept extremely clean and the staff were very accommodating. We enjoyed the cycling and found the day to day schedule manageable. Although this was only the second week of operation for the season with a new staff, the meals were well prepared and quite enjoyable. We were seated with other English speaking travellers and it was interesting comparing the day's cycling and sightseeing. We will certainly consider another bike-boat tour.

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  • Barb Adams 4 years ago

    Our group had a WONDERFUL time. I am one of six who went to celebrate 20 years of biking together. I loved all the rides, but the ride on the last day Krem-Melk was the best! I liked the fact that the cruise director had everything lined out for the rides and actually went with us. He also pointed out good places to stop along the way for local treats. I loved going to the small villages along the way, especially Vac in Hungary. I also liked all the activiities the boat crew had planned, a music quiz contest, skits and dancing on the last night and Roland on the piano-organ. The food on the boat was so delicious; something to celebrate each country we were in. It waas wonderful touring through Budapest and Vienna. I highly recommend this trip!

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  • Paula Wickstrom 4 years ago

    It was a wonderful bike & barge tour- we biked about 168 miles in 6 days; the trails were great and easy to ride with beautiful scenery along the way. We started out with great breakfasts and ended with fabulous dinners. Met many nice people on the "My Story" barge. Great experience all around.

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  • Jan Engwer 4 years ago

    This was a fabulous trip - even better than what I expected. We were able to spend a fair amount of time in most of the major cities and the bike trails took us through some gorgeous countryside, and there were many quaint villages along the way where we were able to shop and dine. The bike trails were wide, paved and level, and a couple of the longer routes offered shorter options by taking a ferry to cut off some of the distance. The entire "My Story" experience was delightful. The captain and all the crew members were very accommodating and friendly, the other guests were fun and young-at-heart, the rooms and beds were comfortable and clean, and the food was exquisite!!! The daily biking trips were well-planned and organized, and the extra tours, particularly the biking tours through Vienna and Budapest, were well worth the money. Even the weather cooperated nicely - we had sunshine every day and temperatures in the 70's (Fahrenheit). Perfect weather for biking.

    Boat: My Story

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