Join Scenic in 2020 for our 11-day Prague to Budapest land tour and river cruise
. After you arrive in Prague, you'll be transferred to your luxury hotel before you spend three glorious days exploring the capital city of the Czech Republic. Your local guide will reveal Prague's striking architectural beauty including world-famous Charles Bridge, commissioned in 1357 by Charles IV.
From Prague you'll travel to the 11th-century Bavarian city of Nuremberg to board your Scenic Space-Ship for a 7-day luxury river cruise along the Danube River from Nuremberg to Budapest. Along the way, you'll be in awe as you cruise by UNESCO World Heritage sites and historical towns including Regensburg, Dürnstein, Melk and Vienna.
Scenic offer a wide range of luxurious Danube River European river cruises
resplendent with breathtaking scenery, fairy-tale villages and ancient cities with cobblestone streets and laneways to explore. Our Danube River cruises take you to European countries including Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. Along the way, you'll be exploring riverside cities including Passau (home to the stunning St. Peter's Cathedral).
This magnificent waterway is ironically European, flowing through many exquisite countries as elegantly as the eponymous waltz by Johann Strauss. Once a key part of an ancient trade route, the Danube now offers a romantic, tranquil pass through fairy-tale villages, cities with cobblestone streets and majestic castles immortalised in childhood imaginations. The Danube is Europe’s second-largest river, beginning at Germany’s Black Forest and flowing over 2,850 km through to the Black Sea.
Our Danube River cruises take you through the riverside gems of Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania. Some of the European jewels you will encounter on our Danube River cruises include Regensburg, the oldest city on the banks of the Danube, the stunning St. Peter’s Cathedral in Passau, the captivating Iron Gate Gorge and, of course, the glittering ‘City of Music’, Vienna. You’ll see the splendid bridges of Budapest and many castles, dynamic cities, evocative forests and still-flourishing farmland.