$3899 – Prague Stay & Danube River Cruise w/Flights
September is a great time to explore the Danube and you'll visit some of Europe's best cities
A 3-night stay in Prague -- home to “one of Europe's most romantic and beautiful skylines” (Frommer’s) -- is followed by a week-long cruise along the Danube River on this flight-inclusive river cruise holiday from Imagine Cruising, now $3899 per person, twin share. Our Deal Experts found similar itineraries in the market that cost more than $6000 per person.
- Return flights to Europe from Australia including 30kg checked baggage
- A 3-night pre-cruise hotel stay in Prague with breakfast daily
- A 7-night cruise on board Arosa Donna in a standard Outside cabin
- All meals, drinks and entertainment on board
- Complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks served with lunch and dinner
- All overseas transfers, port fees and taxes
Travel dates: Departs Sydney on September 13, 2017.
Other options: Upgrade your stay to a French Balcony cabin for $700 per person. Depart from Brisbane for an extra $270 per person, from Melbourne for an extra $50 per person, or from Perth for an extra $50 per person.
Book by April 30.
About the holiday: Your holiday begins with three nights’ in Prague, a city described by Lonely Planet as “the equal of Paris in terms of beauty”. The city is fantastic to walk around with a maze of cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards to explore, there are also many excellent art galleries, a river to admire, plus, the Czechs are also famous for producing some of the world's finest beers
From Prague you’ll travel to Passau in Germany where you’ll embark the Arosa Donna for a 7-night all-inclusive cruise along the Danube River, Europe’s second-longest river was once described by Napoleon as the "Queen of Europe's Rivers". On your journey you'll pass ancient castles, vineyards that produce some of the area's finest wines and river towns. Ports of call on the cruise include visits to three of the “best cities in Europe” (Conde Nast Traveller) -- Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava.
According to Cruise Critic Arosa cruises offer “the most inclusive river cruise experiences in European waters” and is “perfect for active travellers and families”. All cabins have river views and the ship has two restaurants, two lounges and two bars, a sauna and a lounge area. There are a number of sightseeing tours, trips to castles, wineries and other attractions that can be booked on board.