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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Imperial Cities Of The Danube

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Mixed Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TJUSSKVBV

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Air

​Admire spectacular scenery, uncover intriguing history and visit magnificent castles, and palaces on this diverse cruise, which takes in three of Europe's most impressive capital cities.

​Admire spectacular scenery, uncover intriguing history and visit magnificent castles, and palaces on this diverse cruise, which takes in three of Europe's most impressive capital cities.

PRICE FROM ? £1249 per person
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What's Included

  • ​The services of a Just You Tour Manager & Local Guide 
  • Return scheduled flights from Heathrow with British Airways & overseas transfers 
  • 4 nights' accommodation on board 4* premium ship MS Vivaldi 
  • All meals on board: 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches & 4 dinners 
  • All your drinks on board (excluding Champagne & selected wines) 
  • Captain's welcome cocktail reception 
  • Farewell gala dinner
  • Onboard entertainment
  • Complimentary wi-fi on board 
  • A full programme of optional shore excursions 
  • A representative to greet you at all UK airports
  • Porterage

Not Included


  • Day 1 UK to Vienna
  • ​You will fly to Vienna today. Get to know your travelling companions and meet the crew over cocktails and an Austrian-themed dinner.
  • Day 2 Vienna
  • ​Vienna is a diverse city with a vibrant culture, a vast imperial history and intriguing architecture. Why not join an optional guided tour, visiting the famous Ring – a smart boulevard lined with fine buildings, including the State Opera, the Hofburg Palace, the Natural History Museum and the Burgtheatre, one of the most important German language theatres in the world. This afternoon we'll set sail for Budapest.
  • Day 3 Budapest
  • ​Known as the Pearl of the Danube, Budapest is Hungary's bustling capital. The river splits the city into two parts, with the modern buildings and busy streets of Pest on one side and the historic quarters of Buda on the other. Join an optional guided tour of the city, beginning in Buda. Here we'll take in the famous Chain Bridge, the enchanting castle quarter, the Fisherman's Bastion and the Matthias Church – the oldest in the city. Then we'll admire Pest's highlights, including Heroes' Square, the Szechenyi thermal baths and Vajdahunyad Castle. We'll also discover the city's famous parliament building before returning to the ship by boat. Enjoy a memorable folk evening on board before departing for Bratilsava. ​
  • Day 4 Bratislava
  • ​Once the capital of Hungary, Bratislava now serves as Slovakia's diverse capital city. Why not join an optional panoramic tour including a visit to Bratislava Castle, which harks back to medieval times. Take in the spectacular views over the Danube from the ramparts before entering the Old Town through Michael's Gate, which dates back to the Middle Ages. We'll admire the elegant buildings that fringe the central square, including the old town hall and a host of Art Nouveau treasures, and take in the Primate's Palace followed by a free afternoon. A brilliant gala evening on board rounds off our final day perfectly. ​
  • Day 5 Vienna
  • ​After breakfast, you will disembark your ship and transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK.​
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    • MS Vivaldi
    • Built : 2012 Length : 110 long Width : 11.40 m wide Cabins : 88 cabins Capacity : 176 passengers Facilities : lounge-bar with a dance floor - bar - dining room - large sundeck with deckchairs - lift - terrace - French balconies - gift shop. Central heating, 230 V electricity, air-conditioning, TV and video in the lounge, Wi-Fi on board – Cabin Facilities: All cabins are equipped with shower and toilet, hairdryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.
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Optional Excursions

  • ​Vienna tour
  • Budapest tour 
  • Bratislava tour 

The above optional Explorer excursion package can be pre-booked from just £70 per person.

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Further Information

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