River Cruise by Europa Danube River
8 days 585€
  • Home



The main attraction of this 8-day cruise is the unique beauty of the scenery along the Danube. The journey starts in the imperial city of Vienna and continues to one of the oldest cities in Europe, Belgrade, located on the border between the ancient empires of East and West. 


Departure From Arrival From Price From Reserve
24-05-2024 Belgrado 31-05-2024 Viena 1345.00 €
672.50 €
13-06-2024 Belgrado 20-06-2024 Viena 1170.00 €
585.00 €
20-06-2024 Viena 27-06-2024 Belgrado 1170.00€ RESERVE
03-07-2024 Belgrado 10-07-2024 Viena 1170.00 €
585.00 €


Majestic Danube I
Duration 8 days
Departure date 21-04-2024 | 11-05-2024 | 20-06-2024 |
Cities Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Mohacs, Vukovar,Novi Sad, Belgrade
Rivers Danube

Day 1
Boarding at the river port from 16:00. Accommodation in the cabins. Dinner and overnight on board.
Day 2
Full board on board. After breakfast, embark on an optional sightseeing tour of the most important sights of the Austrian capital: the Opera House, the City Hall, the Parliament, the Burgtheater and the splendid Imperial Hofburg Palace. In the afternoon, enjoy the city at your own pace or enjoy the optional visit to Schonbrunn Palace. At midnight, the ship will leave the Austrian capital and sail towards Bratislava. Overnight on board. 
Day 3
Full board on board. Early in the morning we will arrive in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Our optional guided tour will take you on a sightseeing tour of this imperial city. We will see, among other fascinating sights, the National Theatre, St. Martin's Cathedral, Michael's Gate, the old town hall and the impressive rock fortress. In the afternoon, we leave Bratislava for Budapest. Overnight on board.
Day 4
Full board on board. After lunch, we will arrive in Budapest, the capital of Hungary divided by the mighty Danube into two parts: traditional "Buda" and cosmopolitan "Pest". We will take an optional guided tour along the wide boulevards of the city to the famous Parliament, the Opera House, Heroes' Square, the Market Square, the Chain Bridge and the Fisherman's Bastion with its spectacular views over the city. Budapest is not to be missed at night when the city dresses up. Night stopover in the city. Overnight on board.
Day 5
Full board on board. We continue to Budapest. The differences between Buda and Pest create an interesting contrast between the west bank and the east bank. The hilly Buda is located in the west and is characterised by narrow cobblestone streets with a mixture of medieval and neoclassical buildings, which were completely rebuilt after World War II. The flat city of Pest is in the east and is made up of wide boulevards with Art Deco buildings. The city has a mix of Turkish, Venetian, imperial and Art Nouveau styles and influences, forming an unbalanced mosaic of disparate styles. Discover it at your own pace. Overnight on board.
Day 6
Full board on board. After breakfast, we will arrive in Mohacs, a small Hungarian village that played a great role in the history of Europe. In 1526, Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent defeated the troops of King Louis II of Hungary, beginning the reign of the Ottoman Empire which lasted more than a century and a half until the Habsburg troops returned the land in 1687. Nowadays, it is a peaceful city known for its bizarre carnival of the Busos. Free morning to discover the city at your own pace. Or take the optional visit to the nearby town of Pecs, a town with the richest Unesco-recognised World Heritage site from Roman times in Central Europe (reservation required). Police check at the border with Serbia (passport required). Overnight on board.
Day 7
Full board on board. Early in the morning, we will arrive in Vukovar, a town devastated during the Croatian War of Independence. Among the most attractive buildings in Vukovar, all damaged in the Yugoslav Wars, are the Eltz Mansion, some baroque houses in the city centre, the Franciscan monastery, the Catholic parish church of St. James, the Orthodox church of St. Nicholas and the birthplace of Lavoslav Ruzika, a native of Vukovar and Nobel Prize winner. Free morning to discover the city at your own pace. Or take the optional guided city tour (by reservation only). 
Most of the afternoon will be spent in the Serbian town of Novi Sad, known as "the Athens of Serbia". The nerve centre of Novi Sad is the beautiful Liberty Square where, in addition to several imposing palaces, we find two of the most important buildings in the city, the Town Hall and the Catholic Cathedral with its tall spire. From Freedom Square there are five streets, all of them pedestrianised, which ensure a leisurely stroll through the city. Free afternoon to discover the city at your own pace. Or take the optional guided city tour (by reservation only). Overnight on board.
Day 8
Early in the morning, we will arrive in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia and one of the oldest cities in Europe. The city is home to countless monuments from different eras and cultures, including the Kalemegdan fortress, the temple of St. Sava, Chukur fountain, the Court building, the Parliament, St. Mark's church. Disembarkation after breakfast. End of our services.

Ship MS "Fidelio"

Technical Details

Launched - 1995, Holland | Complete renovation - 2012 | Length - 110 m. | Beam - 11.4 m. | Draft - 1.35 m. | Passenger capacity - 146 pax. | Voltage - 220 V. | Official currency on board - EUR. *Vessel classification has been given at our own discretion


Restaurant, 3 bars, wellness area with sauna, jacuzzi and fitness area & swimming pool. Easily accessible medical services on land. All meals are served in the cozy restaurant "Panorama". You will be attended by a friendly and highly professional team. Payments can be made in Euros or with credit cards (Visa/Mastercard). Smoking is prohibited on board the ship, except on the Sun Deck.


All cabins (approx. 14 m²) are exterior, comfortable and tastefully decorated and have shower/WC, hairdryer, satellite TV, radio, telephone, safe, individually controlled heating/air conditioning. The windows of the Lower Deck cabins are fixed and cannot be opened. The Main Deck cabins have opening panoramic windows, and the Upper Deck cabins have French balconies. All double beds can be separated. Staterooms 353, 354, 359 and 360 on the Upper Deck have bathtubs instead of showers.