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Danube River Cruises

Travel through the modern city of Amsterdam in Western Europe on the Danube that slowly descends into Eastern Europe passing historic landmarks, such as Salzburg (the city of music), and trendy hipster-style destinations such as Budapest. Take a Danube river cruise adventure if you enjoy history, exquisite food and unforgettable experiences. This collection of European river cruises (and European river cruise lines) will sweep you away into a dreamlike space filled with new experiences, sights, sounds, smells and gastronomic encounters. You’ll also find cruise deals like no other.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Danube Tours

  • What currency will I need on a Danube river cruise?
    The Danube River stretches through many countries where the Euro (€) is the main currency, therefore most ships on the Danube accept Euros too. Banks and ATMs are available for safe withdrawal at all ports, and in some cases an ATM will be available onboard your ship too.
  • Will I need a socket adapter when travelling on the Danube?
    Travelers from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa will need an adaptor for types C, E, F, L & J.
  • Do I need a visa before going on a Danube river cruise?
    Travelers from the UK, Canada, Australia and the US may enter most countries along the Danube without a visa for up to 90 days, however some nationalities may require a visa. As visa information can change, please check with your local embassy before traveling.
  • Will I need vaccines before going on a Danube cruise?
    Typhoid and Hepatitis A vaccinations are recommended for a Danube river cruise, and most European countries too. It is also a good idea to be up to date with your routine vaccinations. This is for information purposes only. Please consult your doctor before traveling.
  • When should I book a Danube cruise?
    Nearly any time of the year is a delightful time to cruise along the Danube River, but spring (April - May) and autumn (September - October) are ideal for fewer crowds and colourful countryside views. Christmas on the Danube is also a magical experience that's not to be missed!
  • How much does a Danube cruise cost?
    There are many Danube river cruise companies offering budget-friendly sails to luxury all-inclusive escapes. Here on TourRadar, you can find the best Danube river cruise deals to secure yourself the best prices! Prices vary depending on a range of factors - including your stateroom preferences and the time of year you cruise.


  • Review: Indulge in a stroopwafel and review the sights as they pass by.
  • Prague: Fill your belly with the svíčková in Prague. It’s to die for!
  • Travel: Unpack once and spend more time discovering new cultures.
  • Ship: Step onboard and fall in love with the haven of panoramic views.
  • Boat: Admire the simplicity of flowing through the Danube locks.
  • Austria: Bask in the views as you cruise past the arresting Austrian Alps.
  • Nuremberg: Step back in time and discover the rich history of Nuremberg.
  • Dinner: Don’t forget to pack smart attire for a dinner with the Captain!


  • Danube: Cruise the river that has a dozen languages spoken on its banks.
  • River: Delve into culture and meet the locals at sleepy riverside towns.
  • Cruise ship: Head to the top deck and watch the sun peek over rolling hills.
  • River cruise: Relish in complete luxury every moment of the day on your cruise.
  • Budapest: Discover why baroque Budapest is coined the Queen of the Danube.
  • Vienna: Waltz your way down the historic cobblestone streets of Vienna.
  • Cruising: From the second you step on board you’ll be spoilt for choice.
  • Europe: Value the stunning views, they are some of the richest in Europe.

Danube Cruises Reviews

  • "Itinerary for Budapest is a bit rush for such a big city. And the boat depart at..."
    8 days - Imperial Danube (Vienna - Budapest - Vienna, MS Crucestar 4*)