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Danube Delta Discovery

Enjoy this Danube to Black Sea cruise from Vienna right to the Danube Delta. Explore the fascinating cities of Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest, visit beautiful Croatia and cruise through the magnificent Iron Gates. With shore excursions, Scenic Enrich experiences, butler service, complimentary drinks and all gratuities

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15 nights from £5012pp

River Cruise Holiday
Upper Belvedere Palace, Vienna
Fisherman's Bastion, Budapest
Iron Gates, Serbia
Bratislava

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Join your ship in the musical city of Vienna and tour the majestic Schönbrunn Palace before cruising to beautiful Bratislava for a guided tour through the charming cobbled streets. In Budapest, marvel at the astounding views from the Fisherman’s Bastion and enjoy a private classical music concert at Godollo Royal Palace.

Witness a traditional Hungarian horse show in Kalocsa and learn about everyday life in Hungary whilst exploring the village of Villany from Mohacs. In Croatia, perhaps join a bike tour through Osijek’s countryside and enjoy a traditional home-cooked dinner with a lovely local family before journeying on to the Serbian city of Belgrade which is home to Tito's Memorial and the Fortress Kalemegdan.

Discover the Roman ruins of Viminacium and admire the remarkable scenery as you cruise through the infamous Iron Gate. Uncover the historical treasures of Silistra in Romania or meet the children of a local primary before cruising through the passage of Saint George to the World Heritage-listed Danube Delta which is home to amazing wildlife including over 300 bird species.

Enjoy an overnight hotel stay in Romania's elegant capital city before this wonderful adventure comes to an end.

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Danube Delta Discovery Itinerary 2023

Day 1 - Vienna

Fly from one of up to 9 UK airports. You'll then be transferred to your Scenic Space-Ship. Raise your glass to the days ahead at this evening’s welcome reception.

Day 2 - Vienna

Freechoice: Tour the city of Vienna, or visit the remarkable Schönbrunn Palace. Alternatively, join a guided bicycle tour to Danube Island, or journey outside the city centre to learn about Vienna’s popular wine region during a tasting.

Day 3 - Bratislava

Freechoice: Explore beautiful Bratislava on a guided walking tour. Alternatively, journey behind the Iron Curtain to discover Bratislava’s communist-era history, or join a guided cycling tour of the city.

Day 4 - Budapest

Freechoice: Join a guided city tour, or take an active walking tour of Buda. Alternatively, discover Budapest’s Jewish heritage with a local guide.EnrichAttend an exclusive classical music concert at the majestic Gödöllõ Royal Palace.

Day 5 - Kalocsa

Witness a traditional Puszta horse show. Be greeted by the horsemen of the Puszta region where this type of activity has been practised for centuries.

Day 6 - Mohacs

Freechoice: Discover the city of Pécs, or explore the village of Villány. Alternatively, tour Zsolnay Porcelain Museum.

Day 7 - Osijek

Freechoice: Be guided through the town of Osijek on foot, bike or boat.Later, join a local family for a hearty home-cooked meal and the chance to discover what everyday life is really like in Croatia.

Day 8 - Novi Sad

Freechoice: Join a local guide for a city tour, or journey to the nearby town of Sremski Karlovci. Alternatively, visit Fruška Gora National Park, or take an active hike to Petrovaradin Fortress.

Day 9 - Belgrade

Freechoice: Enjoy an in-depth city tour including Tito’s Memorial, or join an orientation tour of the city. Alternatively, take a cycling tour along the river, or see another side of Belgrade as you kayak on the Danube. Alternatively, join a local charitable organisation that is dedicated to educating the Roma community as they raise awareness and help the children from the local population.EnrichVisit the temple of St. Sava and enjoy a choir performance in the Temple Crypt.

Day 10 - Donji Milanovac > Iron Gates

Freechoice: Enjoy spectacular views over the Danube on a tour of Golubac Fortress, or visit the Lepenski Vir Archaeological site and museum. Later, admire the scenery as you cruise the Iron Gates.

Day 11 - Vidin

Freechoice: Tour Vidin on foot, or opt for a hike to Belogradchik Fortress. Alternatively, venture to a local winery for a tasting, or learn to make traditional Banica, a delicious cheese filled filo pastry pie.

Day 12 - Vidin > Silistra

Relax and enjoy the scenery as you cruise the mighty Danube towards Silistra.

Day 13 - Silistra

Freechoice: Discover Silistra Fort during an active walking tour, or journey to a nearby local village where you’ll visit a local school.

Day 14 - Saint George > Danube Delta

Sail to the Black Sea coast. Admire spectacular scenery during your small boat cruise to Mile 0, where the mighty Danube River meets the Black Sea.

Day 15 - Braila > Bucharest

This morning disembark your Scenic Space-Ship and travel to Bucharest for an overnight stay.

Day 16 - Bucharest

Transfer to Bucharest airport for your return flight home. Travel to one of up to 9 UK regional airports.This itinerary is a guide only and may be amended for operational reasons such as high and low water. As such, the cruise may operate altered from that stated above. Please refer to our terms and conditions.

Danube Delta Discovery Itinerary 2024

Day 1 - Vienna

Welcome to the Austrian capital city of Vienna, where your cruise begins. Also known as the City of Music, Vienna fostered the musical geniuses Mozart and Beethoven, among others. This city oozes charm with magnificent Baroque buildings, ample green spaces from parks to vineyards, a vibrant coffee-house culture and masterpiece-filled galleries and museums. Toast the occasion during an evening reception on board your state-of-the-art Scenic Space-Ship.

Day 2 - Vienna > Bratislava

Wake this morning with Vienna on your doorstep. You’ll be awed by the city’s grand Imperial palaces, a legacy of the six-century rule of the powerful Habsburg dynasty; its dazzling galleries and museums; and its citizens’ obvious taste for the good life.  Freechoice: Today, choose from one of these Scenic Freechoice activities: Schönbrunn Palace: Join your local guide on an exploration of Schönbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Habsburg family. Journey through centuries of history as you explore the imperial apartments, countless rooms of great beauty created by famous artists and craftsmen from many different epochs, and learn the history and tales of the royal family that lived within these walls. Wander the impressive gardens before returning to the ship. Guided city tour: Take a coach to the city centre for a guided walking tour. You’ll see the Opera House, St Stephen’s Cathedral and Belvedere Palace. Afterwards, you have free time to discover the beauty of the city for yourself. Vienna is a city where history, art and architecture combine to make a truly breath-taking city. Cycle to Danube Island: Explore a different side of Vienna on a guided e-bike tour to Danube Island, a recreational playground where locals come to enjoy bathing, boating, cycling and relaxing on its beaches and open spaces. Sisi Museum: Empress Elisabeth, commonly referred to as Sisi, was the Empress of Austria and Queen of Vienna after marrying Emperor Franz Joseph I. Learn about her fascinating life during a guided tour of the Sisi Museum located in a former imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty. 

Day 3 - Bratislava

Slovakia’s capital since independence in 1993, Bratislava is a modern multicultural metropolis with an intriguing history. Its Old Town is glorious, resplendent with medieval and Gothic architecture. It’s topped by the well-preserved hilltop castle, which dates back to the 9th century and still dominates the town. These charming historic sites contrast with its brutalist socialist architecture, which is evident around the city.  Freechoice: Today, choose one of these Scenic Freechoice excursions: Bratislava City Tour: Your Scenic Space-Ship will dock in the heart of the city, just a short walk to the Old Town. A city of contrasts, Bratislava features a mixture of medieval, Gothic and Baroque architecture. With your local guide you will see the highlights of this beautiful city such as Bratislava Castle, the Hlavné Námestie, the main square and the Old Town Hall. Coffee & Cake with a local family: Immerse yourself in Slovak life and enjoy coffee and cake with friendly locals. Gain understanding of life in Slovakia during modern times. Communism walking tour: Explore Bratislava with a knowledgeable local guide to learn about its time behind the Iron Curtain, the political boundary that divided Europe after WWII. Discover what the city was like during the communist regime and how this directly impacted the Slovaks.

Day 4 - Budapest

You will arrive early this morning in Budapest, the Hungarian capital and one of Europe’s most diverse and vibrant cities. Divided by the Danube, with Buda on one side and Pest on the other, the city was united in 1873 when a newly built bridge connected the two. Budapest is an architectural treasure trove comprising styles from Gothic to Art Nouveau and everything in between. It is also well known for its hot springs and thermal baths and has a dazzling nightlife scene.  Freechoice: Explore your way with one of this morning’s Scenic Freechoice activities: Budapest in Depth: Explore this magical city by coach. Visit both Buda and Pest, the two districts that are separated by the Danube that make up the city. Starting on the Buda side, see the Várkert Bazár before crossing the Margaret Bridge to the Pest side where you will see Széchenyi square and Elizabeth square. Afterwards, you will visit the Parliament Building, which sits proudly along the Danube and is the third largest Parliament building the world. Guided hike to Buda Hill: Strap on your walking shoes for a beautiful hike up to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Buda Hill. On your walk, see Matthias Church and walk to the Fisherman’s Bastion. During this walk you will have great views over the Danube River and the city landscape. Jewish Heritage Tour: Discover Jewish history on a tour with an expert local guide, learning about the significant events from history that have shaped the culture of today. The tour includes the Synagogue, cemetery, memorial park and a guided tour of the Jewish Museum.This afternoon you will have free time as your luxury Space-Ship docks in Budapest overnight. Pack your swimsuit and make your way to one of Budapest’s thermal baths for a relaxing soak in the therapeutic waters. Szechenyi Baths are the largest, boasting 15 indoor baths and three vast outdoor pools. Or check out the Jewish Quarter’s famous ruin bars, which are housed in old and abandoned buildings that were left in decay after WWII.  EnrichImmerse yourself in Budapest’s Imperial past by attending an exclusive private classical music concert at the majestic Gödöllõ Royal Palace, one of the favourite residences of Queen Elisabeth of Hungary. 

Day 5 - Kalocsa > Mohacs

This morning you’ll have free time on board. Relax in the sunshine on the Sun Deck as you enjoy the scenery of the Danube rolling by. Download the Scenic Tailormade App to listen to river commentary and gain insight to the villages and sites you’re passing.  You will arrive in Kalocsa at lunch time. This historic Hungarian town has some of the richest folk art in the world, like its beautifully decorated porcelain. It was an important agricultural centre in the 19th century and the region has retained much of its rural charm.  Freechoice: This afternoon, explore the region on one of these Scenic Freechoice excursions: Hungarian Traditions: The region of Kalocsa is teeming with culture and traditions. It is famous for its traditional handicrafts such as needlework and embroidery. Learn about the origins of these beautiful designs as well as other crafts. Hungarian Horse Show: Kalocsa is located on the Great Hungarian Plain, with an agricultural history dating back more than 2,000 years. Witness a traditional horse show, meet the local horsemen who will demonstrate impressive equestrian skills and enjoy a tasting of local delicacies.

Day 6 - Mohacs

Straddling the Danube, this small Hungarian town was the site of the 16th century Battle of Mohacs, which led to the destruction of the Hungarian monarchy and the rise of Ottoman and Habsburg rule. From here, you will explore the surrounding regions.  Freechoice: Choose from one of today’s Scenic Freechoice activities: Pecs city tour: First settled by the Romans and then later the Turks, and located close by the Croatian border, this richly historic and fascinating city is a melange of cultures. It’s filled with Roman and Turkish architecture and ruins, elegant Baroque buildings, and is famous for its decorative arts and crafts, in particular porcelain. On a guided tour, you will see the city’s first telephone exchange, which opened in 1885; the Turkish Bath of Pasha Memi, which was demolished in the late 19th century but unearthed in the 1970s; the county library and more. Villany wine village: The region of Villany is known for its big, bold red wines, which account for most of the local wine production thanks to its sub-Mediterreanean climate. The village is a charming place to visit, with rows of historic white wine cellars where you can sample some of the local reds. You will also visit an old mill. Zsolnay Ceramics Museum: Founded in 1853 and still in operation today, Zsolnay Porcelain has a proud history of creating hand-painted decorative, ornamental, and architectural porcelains, and is known for its signature eosin glaze technique. View a splendid historic collection at the museum in Pecs, which is housed in the company’s former factory.Spend the afternoon on board your luxurious Scenic Space-Ship as you sail towards the Croatian border, perhaps relaxing with a regional wine or beer in the Panorama Lounge & Bar. 

Day 7 - Osijek

You will wake this morning in the Croation town of Osijek, a small city with a turbulent history. Over the past 500 years it has been part of the Ottoman, Habsburg and Austro-Hungarian empires, and in the 1990s was the epicentre of the Croatian War of Independence. Many of the grand Baroque buildings remain standing but bear the scars of the war. Osijek is famous for its food, which is heavily influenced by Hungary and features plenty of paprika, locally-made sausages and river fish.  Freechoice: Explore your way with one of this morning’s Scenic Freechoice activities: Walking tour of Osijek: Take a guided walking tour of Osijek to see the highlights, including the well-preserved Baroque Old Town and fortress. You’ll also have the opportunity to hear some traditional and classical music popular in the region. Boat cruise at Kopacki Rit: Kopacki Rit is one of the largest natural wetlands in Europe, covering 238 hectares, and you will have the opportunity to explore it by boat. Learn more about this beautiful untouched piece of nature in the easternmost part of Croatia through a presentation by one of the park’s rangers. During a 50-minute boat ride, you will cruise among lush greenery, hundred-year-old willow woods and meadow, spotting the variety of flora and fauna including deer, wild boar, white tailed eagle and black stork. Cycling tour of Osijek: Explore the Kopacki Rit nature park on two wheels during a guided biking tour. This marshland area is a natural habitat for 293 different kinds of birds, 46 species of freshwater fish, several amphibians and reptiles, as well as wild boars and red deer. The ponds and lakes, which are teeming with reeds and white water lilies, are mostly surrounded by white willow trees and untouched nature. If you are lucky, you might even see the most famous inhabitant of Kopacki Rit, the white-tailed eagle.After your touring this morning, all guests will visit the home of a local Croatian family and have lunch with the family members. Immerse yourself in this cultural and culinary experience, and enjoy an authentic meal prepared with fresh vegetables from the host’s garden. North-eastern Croatia is the ‘bread basket’ of the country so it is only natural that the villagers take great pride in their gardens. You’ll be treated to a feast for both the palate and the eyes.  This afternoon will be spent on board your luxurious Scenic Space-Ship to enjoy the amenities or relax in your suite. Many suites have a window that converts into a Scenic Sun Lounge, allowing you uninterrupted views to watch a rolling tapestry of river life as you cruise the Danube.

Day 8 - Novi Sad > Belgrade

Your Scenic Space-Ship will arrive in Serbia early this morning. Novi Sad is the country’s second largest city, a youthful place of music, art and liberal freedoms. It’s an ethnically diverse city, has a thriving contemporary art scene with several large-scale public murals and hosts vibrant festivals, all while nurturing its rich 500-year history.  Freechoice: Explore your way with one of this morning’s Scenic Freechoice activities: Guided tour of Novi Sad: Novi Sad is a modern, vibrant city with a fascinating past. Join your local guide as you discover all that makes the city a true highlight of this region, from the Petrovaradin Fortress, completed in the 18th century with 10 gates and 400 cannon sites, to charming Dunavska Street, one of the oldest and most beautiful streets in the city. Soak up the appeal of this promenade lined with colourful buildings, popular for walking, gathering and dining. Hike to Petrovaradin Fortress: The Petrovaradin Fortress is the symbol of the city and is often referred to as 'Gibraltar on the Danube'. Learn about its powerful history, dating back to the Middle Ages, as you hike to the fortress where you will be rewarded with magnificent views over the Danube River and the city below. Excursion to Sremski Karlovci: Journey by coach to the nearby town of Sremski Karlovci. Upon arrival enjoy a guided tour of this charming Baroque town, which was once a hub of the cultural and political life of the Serbs. Enjoy some free time to explore on your own, followed by a visit to a local winery and honey museum for a delicious tasting. Fruska Gora National Park with monastery and winery visit: Serbia’s oldest national park, Fruska Gora National Park was once an island but when the seas dried up 90 million years ago it became a solitary mountain. Its landscape is blanketed with oak and beech wood forests, and some 60-plus family vineyards. There are also 16 monasteries scattered throughout the park’s hidden valleys, the oldest dating to the 16th century. Visit this monastery and stop by a winery for a sample of their best drops.Return to your Scenic Space-Ship for a restful afternoon on board as you continue to cruise towards Belgrade. You may wish to spend some time in the exclusive Salt Therapy Lounge, which has natural anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. 

Day 9 - Belgrade

The capital of Serbia, Belgrade is known as the ‘Door to Central Europe’ and lies at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. This eclectic city is steeped in history, with Neolithic ruins found nearby, a fortress built by the Romans, Brutalist buildings that sit beside Art Nouveau buildings, and a bohemian vibe. One of the oldest capitals in Europe, Belgrade has been rebuilt almost 40 times.Freechoice: Explore your way with one of this morning’s Scenic Freechoice activities: Guided city tour with extended free time: By coach and foot, you’ll tour the major sites of the city with a guide. You will explore the city’s highlights such as cobbled streets of the Bohemian Quarter and Kalemegdan Fortress, an imposing structure that has been the site of more than 100 battles and offers panoramic views of the rivers below. Afterwards, enjoy free time to explore on your own. Guided city tour including Tito's Memorial: Join a more in-depth tour of Belgrade with a local guide. See and learn about the major sites of the city including the Ottoman heritage of the old town, the imposing fortress and Republic Square following by some free time in the city centre. During this tour you will also visit the memorial dedicated to Tito, the former ruler of Yugoslavia. Cycling tour along the Danube: Trace the banks of the Danube on two wheels during this guided cycling tour. Learn about the region and its people, including the history of Yugoslavia and Belgrade from WWII to today. You will see the Palace of Serbia (the former seat of the government of Yugoslavia); the historic neighbourhood centre of Zemun, which became part of Belgrade in the early 1900s and still has a distinct character; and Staro Sajmiste, a former concentration camp. Educating the Roma community: The Bread of Life project helps to reduce the prejudices against Roma people, which prevail among the non-Roma population in schools, local authorities, and institutions. It highlights the need for positive action to improve living conditions in Roma communities. The project is designed to help Roma children to finish primary school and integrate better into society. On this engaging tour, you will visit the tutoring space to see how the project is benefiting the community, and even have the chance to meet some of the children and learn about the challenges they face.EnrichTonight, we have a special treat in store for you with our Scenic Enrich event: Classical concert at St. Sava Temple: Visit the St. Sava, the largest orthodox temple in the Balkans. Have a chance to explore the frescos-lined walls of the cathedrals crypt where the church choir will perform some of the most beautiful hymns just for you. Because of the acoustics in the crypt, this is a once of a lifetime opportunity.

Day 10 - Golubac > Donji Milanovac > Iron Gates

This morning you will be docked in the charming town of Golubac, which is home to one of Europe’s best preserved medieval fortresses. It was strategically built at the section of the Danube River that narrows to form the ‘Iron Gate’ gorge. Freechoice: Choose one of this morning’s Scenic Freechoice excursions: Golubac Fortress: Take a guided tour of Golubac Fortress, which was built in the 14th century on a steep embankment of the Danube. Located in the Djerdap National Park, the fortress comprises nine towers connected by ramparts and has been an imposing figure above the river for centuries. Lepenski Vir Archaeological Site: One of the most significant archaeological sites in the region, Lepenski Vir was first inhabited some 12,000 years ago. Archaeologists have found 136 building ruins, a central square, and fireplaces in each building, as well as stone idols. Learn how it was discovered, tour the excavation site and gain a fascinating insight into Europe’s early stone age. After your Scenic Freechoice excursions, the ship will be waiting for you downriver at the town of Donji Milanovac. This afternoon, you will cruise through the spectacular scenery of the Iron Gates. This stretch of the Danube is the natural border between Serbia and Romania and features four narrow gorges, soaring cliffs and the might rock carving of Decebalus, the former Romanian king.

Day 11 - Vidin

You will arrive early in Vidin, Bulgaria, an historic town with a medieval fortress between the borders of Bulgaria and Romania. This region boasts a fertile landscape where wine is grown. Freechoice: Choose one of this morning’s Scenic Freechoice excursions: Hiking to Belogradchik Castle Ruins: Take an active hiking tour to the Belogradchik Fortress. Admire the unique rock formations and the ruins of the ancient stronghold constructed when the region was part of the Roman Empire. Visit to a local winery: Venture to Negovanovtsi village and the Dos Alamos Winery for a tour and tasting. Established in 2013, this boutique vineyard grows Bulgarian Rubin grapes (used for high-quality reds) as well as sauvignon blanc and semillon. Enjoy a city tour of Vidin from the bus as you drive back to town. Ancestry of the Kitchen: Banica making class: Traditions and recipes have long been passed down through generations and often kept as a long-held family secret. Today you’ll meet with a local who will speak all about life in this region as well as divulge a family recipe of traditional banica, a delicious cheese-filled pie made with filo pastry. Triangle of Tolerance walking tour: Take part in a walking tour of Vidin to learn its history and the legacy of tolerance among its residents. You will see the Metropolis Orthodox church of St. Nicholas, the 17th-century church of St. Panteleimon, the Orthodox Cathedral of St. Dimitar, the Osman mosque, and the Synagogue.

Day 12 - Sailing Day

Leaving Vidin later this morning, you will spend today relaxing on board. Perhaps you’d like to enjoy some time in the state-of-the-art gym for an invigorating workout? Or, if you’d prefer to wind down, head to the wellness centre for a relaxing massage or spend some time in the Salt Therapy Lounge.

Day 13 - Silistra

Arrive in Silistra early this morning. This Bulgarian town has changed hands many times over the centuries; a major Turkish fortress and trade centre in the 15th century, it played a significant role in the Russo-Turkish wars of the 1870s, briefly became part of Romania after the Second Balkan War, and finally reverted to Bulgaria in 1940. The town is dotted with historic sites stretching back to late Roman times.  Freechoice: This morning’s Scenic Freechoice: Active walk to Silistra Fort: Transfer to Silistra Fort by coach. Upon arrival take a guided walking tour of the fort and learn about its history. It is the best preserved of the six points of the Turkish fortification system, which played an important role in the Russo-Turkish wars. Visit Alfatar Village: Take an excursion to the small village of Alfatar, located just outside of Silistra. Visit the ethnographic museum featuring a typical country house, where visitors will see how the residents of this region have lived over the centuries and have kept their traditions alive. Also see the beautifully restored Holy Trinity temple, a treasured symbol of the Bulgarian Orthodox religion, and visit the Alfatar school to meet local children and learn about daily life for young Bulgarians.Return to your Scenic Space-Ship this afternoon and enjoy time at leisure. You may wish to take a turn around the walking track up on the Sun Deck to stretch your legs while enjoying the ever-changing scenery or join in one of the wellness activities on board.  

Day 14 - Saint George > Danube Delta

Start the day with a walking tour in the Romanian fishing village of Saint George, also known as Sfantu Gheorghe. Following this, you will take a cruise on a small boat through the wetlands of the Danube Delta to Mile 0, where the mighty Danube River meets the Black Sea. The vast 580,000-hectare Danube Delta is the best-preserved delta in Europe and is teeming with wildlife, including more than 300 species of birds.September and October are good times to spot migratory birds, to see pelican chicks and to view the water lilies in bloom. From March to April, foliage is coming to life and you’ll find a plethora of colourful flowers, and will often hear male birds singing to their mates.  Spend another wonderful afternoon on board your luxury Space-Ship; join a lecture from an expert, mingle with fellow guests in the Panorama Bar & Lounge, or take some time out in your spacious suite.  

Day 15 - Braila > Bucharest

Transfer to Bucharest this morning, stopping for lunch on the way. The capital of Romania was once called the Paris of the East, however WWII changed the face of the city with much of its Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture destroyed. Now a unique mix of Art Nouveau remnants and Brutalist-era architecture sits alongside wide, tree-lined boulevards and leafy squares, hidden street art and thriving nightlife. Admire the many splendid Orthodox churches and be awed by the gargantuan Palace of Parliament.Upon arrival, all guests will take a guided tour of the city by coach, from the south of Bucharest to Primaverii Palace stopping to see its squares, including Union Square, University Square, Roman Square, Victory Square and Charles de Gaulle Square.  This evening you will check into a hotel and enjoy a farewell dinner.  

Day 16 - Bucharest

After breakfast, transfer to Bucharest airport for your onward journey. This itinerary is a guide only and may be amended for operational reasons such as high and low water. As such, the cruise may operate altered from that stated above. Please refer to our terms and conditions. 

Price Includes

  • 15-night all inclusive cruise on board Scenic Amber
  • Overnight post-cruise hotel stay in Bucharest
  • Transfers to and from airport and ship
  • 44 meals – 15 breakfasts (B), 14 lunches (L) and 15 dinners (D)
  • Unlimited beverages on board, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee, tea and bottled water (Selected premium beverages not included)
  • 2 exclusive Scenic Enrich experiences
  • 26 Scenic Freechoice activities
  • 1 Scenic Sundowners event
  • Butler service with all cabins
  • All port charges, airport taxes, security charges and UK Air Passenger Duty
  • Captain's Welcome and Farewell dinners
  • On board entertainment and insightful lectures
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • All port charges, airport taxes, security charges and UK Air Passenger Duty
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2024 Departures £ price per person based on 2 people sharing

  • September
    • Sep 19th - Vienna to Bucharest - Sailing on: Scenic Opal From: £5183
      Cat D Standard Suite Cat C Balcony Suite Cat BD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat A Balcony Suite
      Brochure price from: £5675 Brochure price from: £6775 Brochure price from: £7795 Brochure price from: £7140
      Blue Water price from: £5183 Blue Water price from: £6173 Blue Water price from: £7091 Blue Water price from: £6501
  • October
    • Oct 2nd - Bucharest to Vienna - Sailing on: Scenic Opal From: £5012
      Cat E Standard Suite Cat D Standard Suite Cat BB Balcony Suite Cat BD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat PA Balcony Suite
      Brochure price from: £5485 Brochure price from: £5675 Brochure price from: £6840 Brochure price from: £7795 Brochure price from: £7140
      Blue Water price from: £5012 Blue Water price from: £5183 Blue Water price from: £6231 Blue Water price from: £7091 Blue Water price from: £6501

2025 Departures £ price per person based on 2 people sharing

  • March
    • Mar 31st - Bucharest to Vienna - Sailing on: Scenic Opal From: £5012
      Cat E Standard Suite Cat C Balcony Suite Cat BD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat BJ Junior Balcony Suite Cat A Balcony Suite Cat PD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat RJ Junior Balcony Suite Cat RR Royal Balcony Suite Cat RP Royal Panorama Suite
      Brochure price from: £5485 Brochure price from: £6775 Brochure price from: £7795 Brochure price from: £8035 Brochure price from: £7140 Brochure price from: £8285 Brochure price from: £8940 Brochure price from: £9925 Brochure price from: £10265
      Blue Water price from: £5012 Blue Water price from: £6173 Blue Water price from: £7091 Blue Water price from: £7307 Blue Water price from: £6501 Blue Water price from: £7532 Blue Water price from: £8121 Blue Water price from: £9008 Blue Water price from: £9314
  • April
    • Apr 13th - Bucharest to Vienna - Sailing on: Scenic Opal From: £5012
      Cat E Standard Suite Cat C Balcony Suite Cat BD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat BJ Junior Balcony Suite Cat A Balcony Suite Cat PD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat RJ Junior Balcony Suite Cat RR Royal Balcony Suite Cat RP Royal Panorama Suite
      Brochure price from: £5485 Brochure price from: £6775 Brochure price from: £7795 Brochure price from: £8035 Brochure price from: £7140 Brochure price from: £8285 Brochure price from: £8940 Brochure price from: £9925 Brochure price from: £10265
      Blue Water price from: £5012 Blue Water price from: £6173 Blue Water price from: £7091 Blue Water price from: £7307 Blue Water price from: £6501 Blue Water price from: £7532 Blue Water price from: £8121 Blue Water price from: £9008 Blue Water price from: £9314
  • September
    • Sep 22nd - Bucharest to Vienna - Sailing on: Scenic Jasper From: £5012
      Cat E Standard Suite Cat C Balcony Suite Cat BD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat BJ Junior Balcony Suite Cat A Balcony Suite Cat PD Deluxe Balcony Suite
      Brochure price from: £5485 Brochure price from: £6775 Brochure price from: £7795 Brochure price from: £8035 Brochure price from: £7140 Brochure price from: £8285
      Blue Water price from: £5012 Blue Water price from: £6173 Blue Water price from: £7091 Blue Water price from: £7307 Blue Water price from: £6501 Blue Water price from: £7532
  • October
    • Oct 5th - Bucharest to Vienna - Sailing on: Scenic Jasper From: £5012
      Cat E Standard Suite Cat C Balcony Suite Cat BD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat BJ Junior Balcony Suite Cat A Balcony Suite Cat PD Deluxe Balcony Suite Cat RJ Junior Balcony Suite Cat RR Royal Balcony Suite
      Brochure price from: £5485 Brochure price from: £6775 Brochure price from: £7795 Brochure price from: £8035 Brochure price from: £7140 Brochure price from: £8285 Brochure price from: £8940 Brochure price from: £9925
      Blue Water price from: £5012 Blue Water price from: £6173 Blue Water price from: £7091 Blue Water price from: £7307 Blue Water price from: £6501 Blue Water price from: £7532 Blue Water price from: £8121 Blue Water price from: £9008

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