The MS DANUBIA has recently been restyled - not least in its nostalgic dark wood panelling. This proud passenger vessel, which joined our fleet since spring 2007, offers its guests modernised and renovated cabins. Wide panoramic windows (with upper sections that can be tilted), completely re-arranged bathrooms, air-conditioning and satellite TV are just a few of the comforts awaiting you in your spacious home-from-home aboard the MS DANUBIA.
In common with international customs, it is normal to tip staff. The amount you tip is left to your discretion and should be seen as a reward for good service. If you would like a recommendation, Amadeus suggest between €5-7 per guest per day.
- smoking (some)
Travel brings people together. You will enjoy traveling over land and water with like-minded people.
You get talking, introduce yourselves, exchange pleasantries and - just minutes later - find yourself playing a game of chess or golf or having a companionable drink in the Panorama Bar. Shared pleasures when traveling simply doubles up the joie de vivre.
When all is said and done, getting to know other interesting people is one of the very special sources of pleasure that spring up for river cruise passengers who choose Amadeus. Not only is there so much to admire and talk about during the cruise but, again and again, moments when everyone joins in the laughter that keeps on breaking out.
Please note: There are no health/fitness facilities onboard MS Danubia.
kid & teen
Please note: There are no children's facilities onboard MS Danubia.
The vessel docks, and you disembark and discover new things...
You see Europe at its most beautiful - gliding through memorable riverside scenery and passing many different kinds of sights, small towns, and bustling big cities. An Amadeus river cruise has its own special way of showing you the most diverse sights of Europe and keeps on surprising you - whether on board or ashore - as you learn new aspects of Europe's complex history.
The impressions you gain along the banks of the rivers seem to be almost infinite - such that, however well you may know a stretch of country, you find yourself discovering it all over again.