Getting there
Departure
  • Schiffsanlegestelle Melk © www.extremfotos.com
  • Schönbühel-Aggsbach, Wachau
  • Schiffstation Dürnstein, Wachau

River cruises on the Danube are becoming increasingly popular. In 2016, some 380,000 tourists took pleasure cruises on cruise ships throughout the entire Danube region.
The 260 kilometers of the Danube passing through Lower Austria are perhaps the most scenic of any along this river. The banks are lined with magnificent structures, picturesque towns and villages, and a wine culture of the highest caliber - it is a region tailor-made for shore excursions. In December 2000 the Wachau became the only region along the entire Danube to make the UNESCO World Heritage List and at the end of 2008, the National Geographic Traveler Magazine dubbed it the "Best Historic Destination in the World."

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Wallsee

Danube Ship Station No. 2
Wallsee-Sindelburg is situated at the south bank of river Danube within beautiful scenery.

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Ybbs

Danube Ship Station No. 4
Ybbs an der Donau stands out because of its unique location as the gateway between the Strudengau and the Nibelungengau.

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Pöchlarn

Danube Ship Station No. 6:
Pöchlarn was an important setting in the Lay of the Nibelung, a fact commemorated by a Nibelung monument.

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Melk

Danube Ship Station No. 7-11, No. 35
This city is at the foot of the famous Benedictine monastery visible from miles around and has always been an important center of trade.

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Spitz

Danube Ship Station No. 15, 16
Spitz encircles the base of the Thousand Barrel Mountain vineyard like a precious collar.

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Weißenkirchen

Danube Ship Station No. 17, 18
An especially striking structure in this scenic town in the heart of the Wachau is the mighty church in the town center.

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Dürnstein

Danube Ship Station No. 21-22
The blue-and-white bell tower of the abbey of the Augustinian Canons in Dürnstein can be seen far and wide.

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Krems

Danube Station No. 23-25, No. 33
The dynamic cultural and university town of Krems-Stein was home to the famous medieval painter Kremser Schmidt. 

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Korneuburg

Korneuburg, Ship Stations "Danube" and "Dockyard"
A worthwhile destination in the historical center is the neo-Gothic town hall.

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Hainburg

Danube Ship Station No. 30
The old frontier city of Hainburg is fascinating with its fully preserved 13th c fortifications. 

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