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7 nights from Norimberga (Germany) with Emerald Star

Danube: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary

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Cruise code EWNB040824.1
4 Aug 2024
from €2,690.00
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Norimberga

Norimberga

Germany's Imperial city

Nuremberg, located in the heart of Baviera, is a city rich in history, culture and tradition that captivates visitors with its medieval charm and its lively modern atmosphere. Known as the 'Imperial city',
Nuremberg has a glorious past and it has been one of Germany's most important political, economic and cultural centers for centuries.

WHEN TO VISIT NORIMBERGA: CLIMATE AND SEASONALITY
The city has a continental climate, with hot summers and cold winters. The best time to visit Nuremberg is undoubtedly during the spring and autumn months, when temperatures are mild and days are sunny.
In summer, the city offers open-air meetings and festivals, while in winter the famous Christmas Market attracts milions of tourists from all over the world.

Must-see attractions in Nuremberg
Nuremberg's main attractions include the Imperial Castle, an imposing medieval fortress that dominates the city, the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, a Gothic masterpiece, and the Central Market Square, the beating heart of the city. Strolling through the narrow streets of the old town, you can admire the half- timbered houses, craft shops and numerous fountains. Cruise passengers should not miss a visit to the

National Toy Museum, which tells the story of this important local industry, and the Museum of Documentation, which delves into Nuremberg's role during the Third Reich.


Culinary Specialities and Typical Products of Nuremberg
Nuremberg cuisine is rich in typical Bavarian specialities, such as the famous Nuremberg sausages, served with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes, and Lebkuchen, delicious spiced biscuits. There are also river fish dishes, such as Bavarian-style carp, and traditional desserts like Dampfnudel, steamed buns filled with cream. Cruise passengers can also sample the region's renowned wines and buy local handicrafts, such as Nuremberg porcelain.


Discover Nuremberg on Board a Cruise
Nuremberg is an excellent base for a cruise along the Danube, allowing you to explore other fascinating cities in Germany and Central Europe. Embarking on a cruise from Nuremberg means having the opportunity to admire river landscapes, visit UNESCO World Heritage sites, and enjoy unique cultural experiences at every stage of your journey. Whether you choose to sail to Vienna, Budapest or Belgrade, a cruise from Nuremberg will provide you with unforgettable memories and let you discover the best of Germany and Europe.

Regensburg

Regensburg

Passau

Passau

Passau, the city of three rivers at the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz, possesses enormous artistic and architectural treasures. This is a great place to think about taking a holiday, a place to eat well,
celebrate and relax. Picturesque streets, chic pedestrian zones, towers, colourful squares, romantic promenades, all contribute to the Baroque appearance, guarantee delightful moments in a pleasant atmosphere. Framed by the Veste Oberhaus Castle to the north, and the Maria Sanctuary to the south of the city, it is completely imbued with the architecture of the Italian masters in the 17th century. The city, once the residence of princes and bishops, has always offered an ideal environment for the arts and artists. St Stephen's Cathedral is impressive, as is its organ, the largest in the world. Passau is a city deeply rooted in modernity, the variety of shops is far from that of the local cuisine. In fact, the restaurants offer the best of Bavarian and Austrian cuisine.

If you want to have a good time, don't hesitate to push and open the door of one of the many bistros, cafés, bars and restaurants or one of the old inns. A cruise holiday is considered by many people the most beautiful way to travel and get to know the landscape. Plenty of sights to see in this beautiful ancient and modern city await you.

Durnstein

Durnstein

Vienna

Vienna

Historical Charms of Vienna

Vienna, the capital of Austria, is steeped in history and culture, serving as a center for music, art, and intellectual pursuits for centuries. From the grandeur of the Habsburg Empire to the artistic legacy of Mozart and Beethoven, Vienna's past is a tapestry of architectural marvels and creative brilliance. The city's historic landmarks like Schönbrunn Palace and St. Stephen's Cathedral offer a glimpse into its illustrious past.

Pleasant Climate in Vienna

Vienna enjoys a temperate continental climate with warm summers and cold winters, creating distinct seasonal experiences for visitors. Summer months are ideal for exploring parks and gardens, attending outdoor concerts, and savoring al fresco dining along the Danube River. Winter transforms Vienna into a magical wonderland with Christmas markets, ice skating rinks, and cozy coffee houses offering warmth and charm.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Vienna

Vienna is a treasure trove of cultural attractions that cater to all interests. Explore the opulent Hofburg Palace, home to the Habsburgs, or wander through the Belvedere Palace to admire Klimt's "The Kiss." Stroll along the elegant Ringstrasse boulevard to see iconic buildings like the Vienna State Opera and Parliament. Don't miss a visit to the Naschmarkt for culinary delights and unique finds.

Local Cuisine: Authentic Flavors of Vienna

Viennese cuisine is a delightful blend of traditional dishes and international influences, showcasing flavors that please every palate. Indulge in Wiener Schnitzel, a breaded veal or pork cutlet, paired with potato salad or cranberry sauce. Savor Sachertorte, a decadent chocolate cake invented in Vienna, along with Apfelstrudel (apple strudel) and Melange coffee. Explore local markets for artisanal cheeses, sausages, and pastries.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Vienna

To elevate your Vienna experience, consider booking a river cruise departing from this enchanting city along the Danube River. River cruises from Vienna offer picturesque views of vineyards, castles, and charming villages along the riverbanks. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Wachau Valley or cruise to Budapest or Bratislava for a multi-country adventure. Booking a cruise from Vienna promises unforgettable moments on Europe's iconic waterways.

Bratislava

Bratislava

Budapest

Budapest

The history of Budapest

The capital of Hungary, Budapest, is a crossroads of history and culture and the ancient charm combines with modern dynamism. Born from the union of the cities of Buda, Pest and Óbuda in 1873, Budapest has experienced Roman, Ottoman and Habsburg dominations, which have left a rich and varied legacy. Strolling through its streets, you can admire the Parliament, Buda Castle and Matthias Church.

Budapest's climate

Budapest has a continental climate, with cold winters and hot summers. The best season to visit the city is undoubtedly sping or early autumn, when the mild climate and sunny days offer the ideal setting for exploring the city on foot, discovering every hidden corners and its magnificent parks in bloom.

Attractions and places to visit

Crossed by the majestic Danube River, Budapest is famous for its thermal baths, its historic monuments and breathtaking views. Not to be missed are the Parliament, one of the oldest legislative buildings in Europe, Buda Castle, from which there are priceless views of the city, and the Chain Bridge, a symbol of unity between Buda and Pest. For a relaxing break, the Széchenyi Spa offers outdoor thermal pools, even in winter.

Local cuisine and typical products

Hungharian cuisine is a culinary adventure worth exploring. Thanks to dishes such as goulash, pörkölt and the delicious crepes called palacsinta you will discover intense falvours rich in history. You can taste them with a glass of Tokaji, Hungary's world-famous sweet wine.

Conclusion: an unforgettable holiday

Embarking on a cruise from Budapest offers a unique opportunity to start your journey by exploring a city rich in history, culture and natural beauty, before sailing across the waters of the Danube to fascinating new destinations. Budapest is not just a stopover, but a starting point for an unforgettable experience that will enrich your spirit and your heart.

Budapest

Budapest

The history of Budapest

The capital of Hungary, Budapest, is a crossroads of history and culture and the ancient charm combines with modern dynamism. Born from the union of the cities of Buda, Pest and Óbuda in 1873, Budapest has experienced Roman, Ottoman and Habsburg dominations, which have left a rich and varied legacy. Strolling through its streets, you can admire the Parliament, Buda Castle and Matthias Church.

Budapest's climate

Budapest has a continental climate, with cold winters and hot summers. The best season to visit the city is undoubtedly sping or early autumn, when the mild climate and sunny days offer the ideal setting for exploring the city on foot, discovering every hidden corners and its magnificent parks in bloom.

Attractions and places to visit

Crossed by the majestic Danube River, Budapest is famous for its thermal baths, its historic monuments and breathtaking views. Not to be missed are the Parliament, one of the oldest legislative buildings in Europe, Buda Castle, from which there are priceless views of the city, and the Chain Bridge, a symbol of unity between Buda and Pest. For a relaxing break, the Széchenyi Spa offers outdoor thermal pools, even in winter.

Local cuisine and typical products

Hungharian cuisine is a culinary adventure worth exploring. Thanks to dishes such as goulash, pörkölt and the delicious crepes called palacsinta you will discover intense falvours rich in history. You can taste them with a glass of Tokaji, Hungary's world-famous sweet wine.

Conclusion: an unforgettable holiday

Embarking on a cruise from Budapest offers a unique opportunity to start your journey by exploring a city rich in history, culture and natural beauty, before sailing across the waters of the Danube to fascinating new destinations. Budapest is not just a stopover, but a starting point for an unforgettable experience that will enrich your spirit and your heart.