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About Viking River Cruises

Viking River Cruises, a Swiss company, offers more than its name suggests. While most ships in its vast fleet of 66 vessels do indeed offer European river cruises, the line also has four ocean-going ships. The river vessels, known as Longships, carry 190 passengers and have all-outside cabins. Most Viking Longships follow European routes, with a number of different cruises on offer from 7 to 14 nights.

However, Viking does not only operate in its home continent. The Viking Mekong follows the Mekong River through Vietnam and Cambodia, while the Imperial Jewels of China voyage on the Viking Emerald, is a great chance to visit some of China's lesser-known cities, on the Yangtze River.

Nevertheless, Viking's most popular routes are in Europe, with regular cruises on the Danube, the Rhine and the Elbe. These romantic voyages attract a lot of couples and destinations include some of Europe's most beautiful cities, including Amsterdam, Budapest, Vienna, and Prague. For a particularly romantic experience, try the Seine cruise on the Viking Kadlin, which gives passengers the chance to get to know not only Paris, but also other, smaller French towns.

Be aware that, on certain routes, passengers will travel by private bus to transfer when the river becomes impassable. This is a common occurrence and is very well-managed. When it comes to shore excursions, Viking can take advantage of the fact that the Longships are usually able to dock right in the heart of the city.

As such, many shore excursions are walking tours which leave directly from the dock. All passengers are given QuietVox headsets so that they can listen to the experienced, professional guides who provide cultural and historical information about the city. Depending on the location, panoramic bus tours may also be on offer. In some cities, passengers can also experience wine tastings or special dinner outings, for an extra price.

Viking River Cruises are aimed at adult passengers, and the ships do not offer facilities or specific programs to keep children entertained. It's not unheard of to see teenagers onboard, but the company doesn’t offer targeted entertainment for the age group. Most travelers are more mature, with European river cruises in particular attracting a 50+ crowd. While the Asian voyages have a bit more variety in passenger ages, they’re also geared toward adults.

The Longships all have the same layout, with 25 standard staterooms, 22 French balcony staterooms, 39 veranda staterooms, 7 veranda suites and 2 explorer suites. All cabins on Viking Longships are outside cabins and are equipped with a private bathroom with shower, flat screen TV, refrigerator, hair dryer, individual climate control and safe. The finest Explorer suites have a private wraparound veranda and a large bathroom with double sinks and heated floor.

Viking River Cruises do not offer the same entertainment that seasoned ocean-cruisers may be used to. While there are some trivia nights and movie screenings, most onboard activities focus on the cultures that passengers will be visiting during their journey. Often, regional music or dance performances are shown, and professors from European universities offer lectures.

Cooking and crafting courses, focusing on the traditions of the destination, are frequently available. Most passengers on Viking River Cruises are mature and well-educated, and these lectures and courses are usually well-attended.

Onboard, there are no pools, gyms or spas, but Viking has partnerships in place with many luxury hotels along the route, allowing passengers to use their facilities while the ships are in port. As the river cruises do not encompass any sea days, the lack of fitness equipment does not usually affect guests too badly, and the regular walking tours ensure that it's easy to stay active on a romantic, culturally-rich journey with Viking River Cruises.

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River Cruises
Viking Prestige
Night Danube Waltz Westbound
Sun Sep 9 - Sun Sep 16 (7 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Budapest, Hungary Budapest, Hungary Bratislava, Slovakia Vienna, Austria Krems, Austria Melk, Austria Linz (Cesky Krumlov), Austria Passau, Germany Passau, Germany
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Budapest, Hungary
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Budapest, Hungary
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Bratislava, Slovakia
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Vienna, Austria
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Krems, Austria
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Melk, Austria
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Linz (Cesky Krumlov), Austria
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Passau, Germany
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Passau, Germany
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5.8
Okay
River Cruises
Viking Vilhjalm
Night Danube Waltz Westbound
Wed Sep 5 - Wed Sep 12 (7 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Budapest, Hungary Budapest, Hungary Bratislava, Slovakia Vienna, Austria Krems, Austria Melk, Austria Linz (Cesky Krumlov), Austria Passau, Germany Passau, Germany
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Budapest, Hungary
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Budapest, Hungary
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Bratislava, Slovakia
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Vienna, Austria
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Krems, Austria
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Melk, Austria
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Linz (Cesky Krumlov), Austria
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Passau, Germany
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Passau, Germany
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8.2
Excellent
River Cruises
Viking Idi
Night Rhine Getaway Northbound
Wed Sep 26 - Wed Oct 3 (7 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Basel, Switzerland Breisach Am Rhine, Germany Strasbourg, France Speyer (Heidelberg), Germany Cruise Middle Rhine River Koblenz, Germany Rudesheim, Germany Cologne, Germany Kinderdijk, Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Basel, Switzerland
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Breisach Am Rhine, Germany
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Strasbourg, France
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Speyer (Heidelberg), Germany
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Cruise Middle Rhine River
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Koblenz, Germany
5
Rudesheim, Germany
6
Cologne, Germany
7
Kinderdijk, Netherlands
8
Amsterdam, Netherlands
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6.5
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Europe
Viking Sineus
Mon Sep 24 - Sun Sep 30 (6 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Odessa/Ukraine Odessa/Ukraine Odessa/Ukraine Odessa/Ukraine Kiev Kiev Kiev
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Odessa/Ukraine
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Kiev
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Kiev
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Kiev
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6.0
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River Cruises
Viking Sineus
Night Black Sea To Kiev
Mon Sep 24 - Thu Oct 4 (10 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Odessa, Ukraine Odessa, Ukraine Odessa, Ukraine Odessa, Ukraine Kherson, Ukraine Zaporizhia, Ukraine Dnipro (Dnepropetrovsk), Ukraine Kremenchuk (Kremenchug), Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine
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Odessa, Ukraine
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Odessa, Ukraine
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Odessa, Ukraine
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Odessa, Ukraine
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Kherson, Ukraine
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Zaporizhia, Ukraine
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Dnipro (Dnepropetrovsk), Ukraine
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Kremenchuk (Kremenchug), Ukraine
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Kiev, Ukraine
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Kiev, Ukraine
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Kiev, Ukraine
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6.7
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River Cruises
Viking Prestige
Night Danube Waltz Eastbound
Sun Sep 30 - Sun Oct 7 (7 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Passau, Germany Passau, Germany Linz (Cesky Krumlov), Austria Melk, Austria Krems, Austria Vienna, Austria Bratislava, Slovakia Budapest, Hungary Budapest, Hungary
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Passau, Germany
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Passau, Germany
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Linz (Cesky Krumlov), Austria
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Melk, Austria
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Krems, Austria
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Vienna, Austria
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Bratislava, Slovakia
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Budapest, Hungary
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Budapest, Hungary
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5.6
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River Cruises
Viking Kadlin
Night Paris & The Heart Of Normandy
Fri Sep 7 - Fri Sep 14 (7 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Le Pecq (Paris), France Le Pecq (Paris), France Vernon, France Rouen, France Rouen (Normandy Beaches), France Les Andelys, France Le Pecq (Paris), France Le Pecq (Paris), France
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Le Pecq (Paris), France
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Vernon, France
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Rouen, France
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Rouen (Normandy Beaches), France
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Les Andelys, France
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Le Pecq (Paris), France
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Le Pecq (Paris), France
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5.6
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Viking Herja
Night Rhine Getaway Northbound
Tue Sep 11 - Tue Sep 18 (7 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Basel, Switzerland Breisach Am Rhine, Germany Strasbourg, France Speyer (Heidelberg), Germany Cruise Middle Rhine River Koblenz, Germany Rudesheim, Germany Cologne, Germany Kinderdijk, Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Basel, Switzerland
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Breisach Am Rhine, Germany
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Strasbourg, France
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Speyer (Heidelberg), Germany
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Cruise Middle Rhine River
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Koblenz, Germany
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Rudesheim, Germany
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Cologne, Germany
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Kinderdijk, Netherlands
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Amsterdam, Netherlands
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7.1
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River Cruises
Viking Beyla
Night Elegant Elbe Westbound
Sat Sep 15 - Mon Sep 24 (9 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Hotel In Prague Hotel In Prague Prague, Czech Republic Motorcoach Transfer Prague To Decin Decin, Czech Republic Cruise Through Saxon Switzerland Region Dresden, Germany Meissen, Germany Wittenberg, Germany Wittenberg, Germany Motorcoach Transfer Wittenberg To Potsdam Motorcoach Transfer Potsdam To Berlin Hotel In Berlin Hotel In Berlin End Of Vacation
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Hotel In Prague
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Hotel In Prague
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Prague, Czech Republic
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Motorcoach Transfer Prague To Decin
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Decin, Czech Republic
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Cruise Through Saxon Switzerland Region
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Dresden, Germany
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Meissen, Germany
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Wittenberg, Germany
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Wittenberg, Germany
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Motorcoach Transfer Wittenberg To Potsdam
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Motorcoach Transfer Potsdam To Berlin
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Hotel In Berlin
9
Hotel In Berlin
10
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7.8
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River Cruises
Viking Alsvin
Night Cities Of Light Westbound
Wed Sep 26 - Sun Oct 7 (11 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Hotel In Prague Hotel In Prague Motorcoach Transfer Prague To Nuremberg Motorcoach Transfer Nuremberg To Bamberg Bamberg, Germany Bamberg, Germany Cruise Main River Wurzburg (Rothenburg), Germany Wertheim (Heidelberg), Germany Mainz, Germany Rudesheim, Germany Cochem, Germany Bernkastel, Germany Trier, Germany Trier, Germany Motorcoach Transfer Trier To Luxembourg Motorcoach Transfer Luxembourg To Paris Hotel In Paris Hotel In Paris End Of Vacation
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Hotel In Prague
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Hotel In Prague
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Motorcoach Transfer Prague To Nuremberg
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Motorcoach Transfer Nuremberg To Bamberg
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Bamberg, Germany
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Bamberg, Germany
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Cruise Main River
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Wurzburg (Rothenburg), Germany
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Wertheim (Heidelberg), Germany
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Mainz, Germany
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Rudesheim, Germany
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Cochem, Germany
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Bernkastel, Germany
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Trier, Germany
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Trier, Germany
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Motorcoach Transfer Trier To Luxembourg
10
Motorcoach Transfer Luxembourg To Paris
10
Hotel In Paris
11
Hotel In Paris
12
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8.2
Excellent
River Cruises
Viking Emerald
Night Imperial Jewels Of China
Tue Sep 25 - Mon Oct 8 (13 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Hotel In Shanghai Hotel In Shanghai Wuhan, China Wuhan, China Jingzhou, China Tour Three Gorges Dam Cruise Three Gorges Shibaozhai, China Chongqing, China Hotel In Xi'An Hotel In Xi'An Hotel In Beijing Hotel In Beijing Hotel In Beijing End Of Vacation
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Hotel In Shanghai
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Hotel In Shanghai
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Wuhan, China
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Wuhan, China
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Jingzhou, China
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Tour Three Gorges Dam
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Cruise Three Gorges
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Shibaozhai, China
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Chongqing, China
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Hotel In Xi'An
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Hotel In Xi'An
11
Hotel In Beijing
12
Hotel In Beijing
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Hotel In Beijing
14
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6.8
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River Cruises
Viking Aegir
Night Passage To Eastern Europe Westbound
Thu Sep 6 - Sun Sep 16 (10 nights)
Viking River Cruises
Hotel In Bucharest Bucharest, Romania Motorcoach Transfer Bucharest To Giurgiu Giurgiu, Romania Ruse (Russe, Rousse), Bulgaria Vidin, Bulgaria Cruise The Iron Gates Belgrade, Serbia Vukovar (Osijek), Croatia Kalocsa, Hungary Budapest, Hungary Hotel In Budapest Hotel In Budapest End Of Vacation
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Hotel In Bucharest
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Bucharest, Romania
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Motorcoach Transfer Bucharest To Giurgiu
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Giurgiu, Romania
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Ruse (Russe, Rousse), Bulgaria
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Vidin, Bulgaria
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Cruise The Iron Gates
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Belgrade, Serbia
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Vukovar (Osijek), Croatia
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Kalocsa, Hungary
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Budapest, Hungary
9
Hotel In Budapest
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Hotel In Budapest
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Departure Ports for Viking River Cruise Lines

Budapest
Basel

Cruise Ships of Viking River Cruises

Viking Prestige

The Viking Prestige by Viking River Cruises is a 443ft river cruise boat which launched in 2011. It’s part of the Prestige fleet and a sister ship for the Viking Legend. It currently offers one route, the 8-night Danube Waltz, which sails from Passau to Budapest with a number of city stops along the way. Guided tours include visits to the incredible Göttweig Abbey in Austria and traditional steam baths in historic Budapest.

The ship is perfect for adventurous, culturally minded travelers who sail alone or in a couple. The crew of 44 staff are extremely attentive and helpful, offering a very personal service at all times. The vessel is designed to encourage guests to mingle and meet, without feeling too crowded.

The ship has a capacity of 188, with four decks and 99 outside cabins. There are eight cabin classes available, from the standard staterooms on the lower decks to the two luxurious suites and the spacious French balcony staterooms at the top of the ship. All rooms feature river views, with 270-degree panoramic views from the suites. Rooms include a 40-inch television carrying on-demand movies and international channels, and the ship benefits from wireless internet throughout.

Onboard features include The Lounge, an observation area with a bar and comfortable seating which provides glorious views of the Danube and Rhine. The restaurant also offers stunning views, while serving a great selection of meals in a relaxed, casual setting. Guests can make the most of the weather on the Sun Deck, complete with shaded seating area and al fresco dining facilities, and there is also a cozy library corner and an onboard boutique for further entertainment.

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Viking Sineus

For travellers who fancy a journey to the Black Sea in true, hotel-style comfort, the Viking Sineus delivers. Fully refurbished in 2014, the cruise ship’s singular ambience offers a superb way to explore Ukraine’s vivid Eastern European landscape and culture. Part of the Viking River Cruises fleet, the ship offers a host of beautiful spaces on-board, including an observatory, library, a charming sun deck, and restaurant with panoramic views.

With a capacity for 196 guests, the Viking Sineus cruises along the Dnieper River from Kiev to Odessa, a legendary city on the Black Sea. The 11-day journey begins in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, where travelers can marvel at St. Sophia Cathedral’s 13 glimmering domes and the 11th century Monastery of Caves. As the cruise ship plies the waters of the Dnieper, it passes picturesque towns and villages where guests have the opportunity to visit the homes of local residents, tour fortress towns commissioned by Catherine the Great, and learn about Cossack culture by witnessing a show by these daring horsemen.

As a Viking River Cruises vessel, the Viking Sineus is an immaculately designed ship. Originally built in 1979, the 2014 refurbishment has brought it right back up to date. Ninety-eight fabulous staterooms offer a variety of different sizes and layouts. Each features either a large picture window or floor to ceiling sliding glass doors that open out onto a private veranda. Suites offer more spacious accommodations, a walk-in wardrobe, private bathroom with shower and tub, a larger veranda, and a 26-inch Sony TV.

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Viking Skadi

For cruise enthusiasts looking to sail away in pure luxury, the Viking Skadi longship is an excellent choice. Part of Viking River Cruises' outstanding fleet, the serene atmosphere and indulgent feel makes this the cruise experience of a lifetime. Ideal for couples of any age who enjoy the relaxed nature a river cruise offers, the Viking Skadi features a shaded sun deck, walking track, putting green, and eco-friendly hybrid engines that offer an exceptionally smooth ride.

This sophisticated cruise ship ventures along two main European routes. The “Exploring The Tulips and Windmills” cruise is a 10-day journey along the waterways of Belgium and the Netherlands. Beginning in Amsterdam, the cruise features a colorful itinerary, which includes the 14th century harbor town Hoorn in the Dutch province of North Holland, as well as the culturally and architecturally rich city of Antwerp in Belgium. Alternatively, the Viking River cruise ship offers a “Grand European Tour,” an iconic 15-day itinerary that journeys through the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, and Hungary along the Rhine, Main, and Danube Rivers. Venturing from Amsterdam to Budapest, the cruise offers guests a chance to visit Cologne and Nuremberg in Germany, and tour the palaces of Vienna.

A beautifully designed cruise ship, the Viking Skadi was built in 2013. With a capacity for 190 passengers, this modern vessel features 95 sublime staterooms, each with comfortable hotel-style beds and individual climate control. Guests staying in the ship’s premium Explorer Suite, can watch breathtaking vistas go by from a private wraparound veranda offering spectacular 270-degree views.

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Viking Ve

The Viking Ve, from Viking River Cruises, is part of the fleet’s longship class, a tribute to the Nordic influences of the line. The 443ft vessel was built in 2015 and it offers sailings along Europe's best-known rivers, including the Rhine and the Danube. Designed for the culturally minded traveler, Viking Ve provides packed itineraries filled with day trips and tours, workshops and demonstrations, with plenty of time for shore excursions.

The ship carries 190 passengers in its 95 staterooms and suites. Rooms benefit from large viewing areas, including a veranda and French balcony in most suites. There are two Explorer Class suites which are the most prestigious rooms on board. Guests staying in the Explorer Suites benefit from a complimentary laundry service, plus meals and snacks served in their suite. Explorer class guests also enjoy the Silver Level beverage package as standard, and private airport transfers.

On board, facilities include a 40 inch TV with on-demand movies and a selection of international channels in every room, plus fast wireless internet access throughout the ship. There is an innovative indoor/outdoor viewing area, the Aquavit Terrace, which provides a panoramic observation area and al fresco dining facilities. There’s also a library corner, a boutique, and a bar with floor-to-ceiling windows for perfect views of the river scenery.

Routes offered by the Viking Ve include a Danube Waltz sailing, which includes key points along the Danube and the Rhine. Guests enjoy workshops such as learning how to waltz in Vienna and gourmet tastings in Budapest. This eco-friendly ship features is ideal for passengers who like to keep busy during a river cruise adventure.

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Viking Vidar

Viking Vidar, one of Viking River Cruises’ Longship class cruise vessels, was built in 2015 and boasts one of the greenest records of its kind. With eco-friendly hybrid engines, it offers a smooth, quiet ride for up to 190 passengers and 48 crew members. Its route on the Rhine river between Amsterdam and Basel makes it a popular option for cruisers keen to discover Europe’s rich history and culture.

There are eight cabin types aboard the ship, ranging from staterooms at 150 sq feet up to the massive 445 sq ft Explorer Suite, offering the ultimate in opulence. All rooms are designed with comfort in mind, with private bathrooms and showers, climate control and flat-screen TVs in every room. Wi-Fi is available on board and wine and beer are offered with lunch and dinner. There are several dining areas aboard the ship, including an open-air buffet, and the Chef is always visible should passengers wish to speak to him. The staff pride themselves on their personable attitudes and enjoy getting to know passengers on a first name basis during the cruise.

Viking River Cruises really shine when it comes to discovering the on-shore destinations, with 6 guided tours and a range of free shore excursions included on the Rhine Getaway. History-loving passengers can discover Germany’s best-preserved medieval castle and the majestic Cologne Cathedral, while lovers of fine dining will enjoy sampling Alsatian wines and food in Strasbourg. With 4 countries to see in 8 days, cruisers aboard Viking Vidar will quickly discover all the delights of European culture.

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Viking Aegir

One of Viking River Cruises' Longship-class vessels, Viking Aegir was launched in 2012 with a refined mix of Scandinavian minimalism and luxury service. This sleek, 443-foot vessel carries 190 passengers and a crew of 48, offering guests the chance to explore the rivers of Europe in a relaxed, calm atmosphere.

Viking Aegir embarks on a variety of routes along the magnificent rivers of Europe. Departing from Amsterdam, the “Grand European Tour” is a spectacular 14-night voyage that follows the Danube, Main, and Rhine Rivers all the way to Budapest. En route, guests can view historic windmills in Kinderdijk, Netherlands, visit Roman ruins in Cologne, Germany and enjoy the wines of Austria's Wachau Valley. Alternative routes include a 10-night journey through Eastern Europe from Bucharest to Budapest; a seven-night cruise entitled “Danube Waltz,” which links Budapest with the German river town Passau, making stops in Vienna and Bratislava; and the 22-night “European Sojourn,” which offers an impressive adventure through Western and Eastern Europe.

Each of Viking Aegir’s 95 staterooms feature an option for taking in the passing scenery in private comfort. These range from a half-height picture window to a wrap-around veranda with 270-degree views. An expansive sundeck, an al fresco grill at the ship’s bow, an observation lounge and bar with floor to ceiling glass doors, and a fine restaurant with panoramic views are some of the highlights of this cruise ship’s inspiring common spaces. Viking River Cruises’ clientele is generally comprised of mature, well-traveled couples or small groups of friends seeking a peaceful, culturally rewarding vacation.

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Viking Vilhjalm

Viking River Cruises’ Viking Vilhjalm, launched in 2015, is a Longship series river cruiser, focused squarely on exploring the great rivers and cities of central Europe. With a streamlined design, its spacious cabins accommodate up to 190 passengers. With a comfortable, fashionable interior and itineraries offering tours of some of Europe’s most popular destinations, Viking Vilhjalm cruises attract sophisticated audiences of all ages who are interested in discovering the best of Europe’s famous rivers.

A 15-day European tour on the Viking Viljhjalm docks at such famous capitals as Amsterdam, Vienna, and Budapest, where guests can take in the sights of Pest’s National Opera House and the Matthias Church. Itineraries are focused on making the most of each stop, with 12 guided tours offered as well as numerous excursions for those who want to delve deeper into the history and culture of each destination.

On board, the ship is built with comfort at the fore, Sporting a restaurant with panoramic views, outdoor grills for al fresco dining, putting green, and herb garden, it offers passengers a relaxing venue from which to enjoy the beautiful European views. Even the staterooms are built with ultimate viewing in mind, with most offering a veranda and/or balcony. Suites ranging up to a massive 445 square feet means travellers can stretch out and lounge in comfort, while the ship’s green hybrid engines, mean a more eco-friendly as well as a calmer voyage - perfect after a long day of sightseeing.

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Viking Akun

Viking Akun is one of Viking River Cruises' Longships named after a Viking leader. Carrying just 210 passengers, the 423-ft Viking Akun is the perfect vessel for couples seeking class and comfort on a river cruise through Russia.

The 12-night Waterways of the Tsars voyage, departing Moscow and arriving in St Petersburg, is currently Viking Akun’s sole itinerary. Take in the majestic art and illuminating history of Moscow, the provincial village of Uglich and ancient town of Yaroslavl on the Golden Ring, the fascinating repository of historic Russian buildings in Kizhi, and complete your Russian journey with a magical night at the ballet in St Petersburg. Ten guided tours along the way will immerse guests in the Russian culture on the Volga and Svir Rivers and Lake Onega.

The three-deck Viking Akun benefits from having only 102 cabins, 31 of those deluxe, all with river views. Staterooms feature a private and modern bathroom with shower and premium bath amenities, large picture windows, air-conditioning, flat-screen TV, spacious wardrobe, hairdryer, and safe. The spacious suites feature beautiful panoramic windows with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, large verandas in both the sleeping and living quarters, and flat-screen TV with an enhanced entertainment package.

Originally built in 1990, Viking Akun underwent extensive refurbishments in 2014. Onboard comforts and features include a restaurant with beautiful panoramic windows, the Sky and Panorama Bars, lounge, library, an open-air walk-around promenade, sundeck and ship-wide wi-fi.

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Viking Vili

The Viking Vili is a Viking River Cruises Longship and was launched in 2015. The décor of the ship is notably Scandinavian, in tribute to its Norwegian roots. It has more full-sized staterooms than any other European river ship, making it a great choice for mature travellers who enjoy luxurious surrounds.

A cruise aboard Viking Vili includes daily excursions and beer, wine and soft drinks with all meals. There are 95 cabins in total and suites offer two rooms for extra living space. For added luxury, guests may choose to upgrade to a Veranda Suite or an Explore suite, with floor to ceiling sliding doors, a full-size veranda and and early check-in option.

On board entertainment includes the stunning Aquavit Terrace for dining with river views, a sun deck with 360 degree views, an organic herb garden, a putting green, a walking track, a library and a boutique. Dining is also available in the Main Restaurant with buffets and decadent three-course meals featuring an exciting variety of cuisines.

Itineraries on the Viking Vili range from a 15-day Grand European Tour, to an 8-day journey from Passau, Germany to Budapest, Hungary. Popular ports of call include Amsterdam, Cologne, Miltenberg and Vienna. Shore excursions give guests the opportunity to ride the world’s oldest Ferris Wheel in Vienna and visit Germany’s largest cathedral, the Dom, in Cologne. With the focus on learning about and enjoying the culture of each region, guests on the Viking Vili make the most of a European river cruise.

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Viking Alsvin

Light, airy and charming, Viking Alsvin is one of the elegant cruise ships in Viking River Cruises' fleet of longships. This 443-foot vessel carries 190 passengers and 48 crew on relaxing, restful voyages down some of Europe's most legendary rivers.

Among the itineraries available on Viking Alsvin is the 7-night “Romantic Danube” cruise, which takes guests from the historic German city of Nuremberg to Budapest, Hungary. The spectacular 11-night “Cities of Light” tour is an excellent option for guests interested in history. A breathtakingly beautiful journey from Paris to Prague features a privileged access tour of the Lobkowicz Palace in Prague, a visit to Nuremberg Castle, and a chance to enjoy the wines of the Mosel Valley region, famed for its Riesling. Shore excursions, led by experienced, well-traveled guides, ensure that no questions are left unanswered.

The 95 staterooms on Viking Alsvin are all outside cabins. Some have windows overlooking the river, some have floor-to-ceiling glass doors which can be opened to let in a cooling breeze, and 39 have private balconies. All cabins have a 40-inch flat-panel TV, a Bose surround-sound system with an iPod dock, hairdryer, safe, mini-refrigerator, and underfloor heating in the bathroom.

Passengers seeking a culturally immersive experience will delight in the enriching programs Viking River Cruises offers en route. Guests can attend a concert of Strauss waltzes and selections from Mozart’s “Magic Flute” in Vienna, honor the soldiers who died during the Battle of the Bulge with a visit to the American Cemetery in Luxembourg, or sip local microbrews in Bavaria.

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Viking Astrild

The Viking Astrild is an intimate and cozy river cruise ship purpose built in 2015 to voyage along the peaceful Elbe River between Berlin and Prague. With a capacity for 98 passengers, the ship features 49 staterooms, and is characterized by Nordic-influenced decor with stylish, contemporary interiors. An elegant terrace situated at the bow of the ship features an al fresco restaurant, while the wide sun deck offers a place to lounge in the sun or in the shade of a canopy and enjoy the dazzling riverside scenery of Germany and the Czech Republic.

The ship’s 250-square-foot Veranda Suites offer separate sleeping and sitting quarters along with a full veranda and French balcony. All staterooms have river views and include individual climate control and a flat-panel television set. Local cuisine as well as international classics and American comfort favorites are on offer in the ship’s restaurant, while a well-stocked bar provides refreshments. Wireless internet is available for free throughout the ship.

Before Viking Astrild sets sail for Prague, guests begin their adventure in Berlin, where guided tours of the city include stops at the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, and places where the Berlin Wall still stands. Embarking from Wittenberg, the birthplace of Professor Martin Luther, the cruise continues to iconic ports along the River Elbe. Curious travelers can see how fine European porcelain in made in the renowned factory in Meissen, while a tour of Dresden reveals a wealth of dazzling Baroque architecture. For nature lovers, an excursion to the sandstone mountains of the Saxon-Switzerland region of Germany offers an unforgettable experience.

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Viking Beyla

Launched in 2015, Viking Beyla is a distinctive member of Viking River Cruises' fleet of Longships. Smaller than its big-sister ships, this 360-foot vessel carries just 98 passengers along with a crew of 28. Though more diminutive in size, Viking Beyla is characterized by the contemporary luxury and comfort that are hallmarks of Viking River Cruises’ entire fleet.

The reason for Viking Beyla's small size relates to its purpose. It was designed to cruise the River Elbe, which becomes particularly shallow as it flows between Germany and the Czech Republic. The cruise ship’s nine-night “Elegant Elbe” itinerary takes travelers on an intriguing journey between Berlin and Prague, and includes extensive exploration of the cities along the way. Visitors can get to know Wittenberg, Germany, where Martin Luther first started the Protestant Reformation, visit the Meissen porcelain factory, and witness how the city of Dresden has recovered after being heavily bombed during World War II. An excellent choice for history lovers, the cruise includes regular shore excursions led by informative guides.

All of Viking Beyla’s 49 staterooms are outside cabins and include a view of the passing scenery. Every stateroom is equipped with individual climate control and a 42-inch flat-panel television offering documentaries and films tailored to the cruise itinerary. With its retractable glass walls, the state-of-the-art Aquavit Terrace offers a place where guests can dine al fresco, while the adjacent lounge is a cozy space for intimate conversations over cocktails. At the top of the ship, a wide open-air sun deck offers moments of peaceful relaxation among a sensational European atmosphere.

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Viking Bragi

The Longship-class Viking Bragi is part of Viking River Cruises' fleet of modern vessels, which explore the rivers of Europe. At 443-feet long, Viking Bragi has space for 190 passengers, who are looked after by a crew of 50. The cruise ship offers a culture-rich program designed for mature travelers who are curious about European history and traditions.

Itineraries include the majestic 14-night “Grand European Tour” from Amsterdam to Budapest, as well as the 7-night “Danube Waltz,” which departs from the enchanting German town of Passau and stops at delightful ports in Austria and Slovakia before arriving in the Hungarian capital. The extended “Grand European Tour” sails between Amsterdam and Budapest, giving guests the opportunity to explore a different town each day as they venture through the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, and Hungary along the Rhine, Main, and Danube Rivers. From Picturesque windmills to historic castles, guests witness some of Europe’s most remarkable scenery on this river cruise.

Within the ship’s restaurant, upon the spacious sun deck, or at the state-of-the-art Aquavit Terrace, cruise ship guests enjoy a menu featuring culinary specialities from various regions en route, as well as distinctive wines, and thoughtfully prepared cheese boards. Numerous shore excursions, a walking track, and a putting green keep guests active between relaxing moments on board this peaceful ship.

With 95 impeccably outfitted staterooms, all of which offer a view of the river, Viking Bragi invites guests to choose from array of comfortable hotel-style accommodations. Suites, including the seven Veranda Suites and two Executive Suites feature large private verandas and an extra spacious layout.

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Viking Buri

A modern, luxurious Longship from Viking River Cruises, Viking Buri offers guests the chance to explore the magnificent regions of France in comfort and style. Carrying just 190 passengers, plus a crew of 48, this elegant cruise ship has an intimate, relaxed onboard atmosphere making it perfect for mature couples who want to get away from it all in a land famous for its romantic allure.

The ship’s 14-night journey aptly titled “France’s Finest” ventures from the beaches of Normandy to the Mediterranean coast with stops in Paris, Lyon, and Avignon in the heart of Provence. Lovers of art and history will delight in a seven-night voyage up the River Rhone from Avignon to Lyon, renowned for its fine French cuisine. Both itineraries take passengers through France’s breathtaking countryside and include opportunities to tour the world-renowned vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, attend a private Van Gogh-inspired painting class, and learn about winemaking in the Beaujolais region.

Onboard, guests can enjoy unparalleled views of the passing scenery from the comfort of their stateroom. Depending on the category, all 95 of Viking Buri's staterooms feature dazzling vistas from either a veranda, French balcony, or wide window. As day turns to night, guests can enjoy a program of French films and documentaries on their 40-inch flat panel Sony TV. Common spaces are equally as enticing. From the al fresco Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, to the canopied sun deck complete with herb garden, each of this cruise ship’s exquisitely designed spaces offer an inspired ambience of replenishment and relaxation.

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Viking Emerald

Viking Emerald, part of the Viking River Cruises fleet, is one of the newest and most sophisticated ships sailing China’s Yangtze River. Built in 2011, the 361-ft river cruiser features contemporary design and comfort.

The Viking Emerald makes several incredible voyages along the Yangtze. The 13-night Imperial Jewels of China tour sails from Shanghai to Beijing. Highlights include exploring the Great Wall and Forbidden City in Beijing, viewing the thousands of warriors that make up Xian’s Terracotta Army, and marvelling at the Shibaozhai Temple in Shibaozhai. The 16-night Roof of the World tour, taking a similar journey from Beijing to Shanghai, also visits Lhasa, one of the highest elevated cities in the world, in Tibet. Each voyage includes great shore excursions to immerse guests in the local culture.

The ship carries 256 guests and a crew of 138. There is a wide range of accommodation to choose from, with 108 staterooms and 20 suites. All have panoramic windows that open onto a private wraparound veranda with river views, as well as air conditioning, flat-screen TV, hairdryer, and safe. The spacious Explorer Suite also has a sitting area with sofa and armchair and a bathtub.

Every night guests are treated to a five-course gourmet menu designed by celebrity chef Martin Yan. It features regional specialties and western cuisine and is served in the beautiful restaurant with river views. Entertainment includes enrichment lectures and destination performances, and onboard facilities include the Emerald Bar, a sauna, fitness center, sun deck, and library.

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Viking Gefjon

Viking Gefjon, one of Viking River Cruises’ Longships, promises understated elegance, streamlined design, and innovative engineering. Offering a luxurious river cruise experience, Viking Gefjon was built in 2015 with eco-friendly hybrid engines. Featuring four decks and 95 outside staterooms, this sophisticated cruise ship caters to 190 passengers, ensuring a refined experience for all on board.

On a 14-night “Grand European Tour” through the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, and Hungary, guests can take in the magnificence of Central Europe as the Viking Gefjon cruises along the Rhine, Main, and Danube Rivers. The nine-night “Tulips and Windmills” cruise provides a comprehensive look at two charming countries, the Netherlands and Belgium, combining the region’s rich history and artistic heritage seamlessly.

The ship’s hotel-style accommodation options come in a variety of different types. Guests can choose from a Standard Stateroom, French Balcony Stateroom, Veranda Stateroom, Veranda Suite, and Explorer Suite. Two Explorer Suites offer the most luxurious experience onboard. Situated at the stern of the ship, these spacious, two-room suites feature wrap-around verandas with 270-degree views.

On the ship’s top level, Viking Gerfjon’s expansive sun deck features a shaded sitting area from which to enjoy the 360-degree views of the passing scenery, as well as a putting green and walking track that keeps guests active while on board. For quiet times, the cruise ship’s library features a wide selection of books, magazines, and board games such as chess and backgammon, which can be enjoyed in the lounge or adjacent Aquavit Terrace.

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Viking Helgi

The Viking Helgi is a Dmitriy Furmanov-class river cruise ship by Viking River Cruises, and operates out of its home port of Saint Petersburg. The ship has been in service since 1984 and, with its small size and spacious interior, caters towards mature travelers looking for comfort and relaxation as they cruise along the rivers of Russia.

The ship currently services a 12-night “Waterway of the Tsars” route from Saint Petersburg to Moscow, taking in stops at destinations such as Kuzino and Mandrogi. There are shore excursions at Kizhi Island, where there is an opportunity to view the incredible domes of the Transfiguration Church, and at Yaroslavl, where passengers visit the city's beautiful historic quarter (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).

The Helgi, named after the Prince and prophet of Russian folklore, has a capacity of 250 passengers, who are expertly looked after by a crew of 120. There are 100 cabins spread over three decks, ranging from the entry-level Junior Suites to the grand Deluxe Staterooms. They each offer a spacious modern bathroom with bathrobe and slippers upon request, 26" Sony flat-screen TVs, a telephone, safe and refrigerator.

There is a main lounge onboard, as well as two bars with windows for incredible views of the surroundings. Other onboard facilities include a sun deck with a weather-protected sitting area, an open-air promenade deck and a restaurant, also with panoramic views. These features combine to make the Viking Helgi the perfect vessel on which to cruise at leisure between Saint Petersburg and Moscow.

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Viking Hemming

The Viking Hemming is a Viking River Cruises Douro-class ship. This means it’s been specially designed to sail safely around the shallower waters of the Douro river, in Portugal. The Viking Hemming is great for couples or anyone who likes to cruise on a smaller vessel that offers a cosier feel. It offers a luxurious atmosphere on-board, from classy food served in the restaurant to a refreshing swimming pool to take a dip in.

Currently, Viking River Cruises sails one route with the Viking Hemming. This is the exquisite, 9-night 'Portugal's River of Gold' journey. Starting in fascinating Lisbon and ending in Porto, the cruise takes passengers down the Douro river, with eight guided tours included. Guests will love checking out the UNESCO World Heritage site that is Salamanca or the rich history of Fado singing in Porto.

The Viking Hemming benefits from catering to only a maximum of 106 passengers. 36 outstanding crew members will be on the ship to cater to guests' every need. On-board comforts include the open-air Aquavit terrace, the relaxing Lounge & Bar and the Library corner with its on-board boutique.

With a generous 53 cabins to stay in, passengers will be assured of traveling in true style. All rooms are spacious, with a 40 inch flat-screen TV, private bathroom and a safe, amongst other facilities. To experience an extra touch of class, the Veranda Suites offer a separate living space and a private veranda. Built in 2014 in Germany, this ship offers a modern and serene way to cruise the waters around Portugal.

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Viking Herja

The Viking Herja is one of the longship class ships owned by Viking River Cruises. Ideal for couples or anyone who enjoys a more intimate, relaxed way to travel, it allows passengers to fully enjoy the superb destinations on itineraries throughout Europe. Food lovers will be spoilt by the choice on offer in the ship's restaurant, with its panoramic view. For those who like to catch the sun, the 360-degree sun-deck is the place to be.

One route travelers can enjoy on the Viking Herja is the 7-night “Rhine Getaway”. Passengers board in cosmopolitan Amsterdam with its many museums, before completing the cruise in Basel, Switzerland. There are many shore excursions on offer, including a visit to the 11th century Marksburg Castle in Koblenz, Germany.

Another route the Viking Herja sails is the stunning 9-night “Tulips and Windmills”. On this cruise, passengers start and finish in Amsterdam. Along the way, exciting excursions include visiting Kinderdijk, with its 19 windmills and Antwerp to see the Cathedral of our Lady gothic- style church.

The Viking Herja can hold 190 passengers at maximum capacity. 50 professional crew offer superb service to meet every need. On-board passengers can enjoy many comforts including the relaxing Observation lounge, a free laundry service, the organic herb garden and free wireless internet connection.

With 95 amazing staterooms, guests are spoilt for choice when choosing a cabin. All rooms include a large bed, a private bathroom, bottled water that is replaced each day and climate control. The Explorer Suites offer extra luxury, with private verandas and a shoe-shine service. Built in 2016 in Germany, a cruise on the Viking Herja is a special way to discover Europe.

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Viking Hild

The Longship-class Viking Kara from Viking River Cruises offers a modern and stylish way to cruise along Europe's rivers. Built in 2017, the four-deck longship features a beautiful design, eco-friendly hybrid engines for a smooth ride, and breathtaking views of the river. The 443-ft ship is perfect for seasoned travelers looking for a relaxing and cultured voyage.

The Viking Hild offers the seven-night Rhine Getaway, a journey through the Netherlands, Germany, France, and Switzerland, which takes in historic castles, wonderful scenery, and highlights of European culture. The 11-night Paris to the Swiss Alps tour along the Rhine passes through France, Luxembourg, Germany, and Switzerland. After arriving in Basel, guests will complete the final leg of the journey to Zürich by bus. Shore excursions ensure guests are immersed in the local culture along the way.

The river cruiser accommodates 190 passengers, with a range of stylish and comfortable staterooms available. The two luxurious Explorer Suites feature a private wraparound veranda, while the two-room Veranda Suites are a great option for friends traveling together. The French Balcony and Standard Staterooms are all beautifully decorated with modern features. All include flat-screen TV, individual climate control, refrigerator, hairdryer, and safe.

Dining on the Viking Hild is a great experience, with floor-to-ceiling windows in the restaurant offering stunning views and top-quality dishes. There's also the Aquavit Terrace, with breakfast, lunch and dinner choices. Other onboard features include a lounge and bar, sundeck, coffee stations, organic herb garden, walking track, and library.

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Viking Hlin

The Viking Hlin is a Longship-class cruiser belonging to Viking River Cruises. Built in 2014, the ship has a capacity of 190 passengers and 50 crew, and is an ideal choice to those who wish to cruise the rivers of Europe and contemplate the beautiful, historic scenery as it floats peacefully by.

Named after the ancient Norse goddess of protection, Hlin is currently serving the 7-night 'Rhine Getaway' tour from Amsterdam to Basel, by way of Strasbourg and Cologne. Stops include the ancient German city of Koblenz, where visitors may view the spectacular castles on the Rhine Gorge, and Rudesheim, where guests can indulge in a delicious Riesling wine tasting.

The Viking Hlin has 95 cabins, each with its own flat-screen TV with on-demand movies and channels like CNN and CNBC to choose from. Standard Staterooms offer a window view, while guests wishing to upgrade can opt for a room with a balcony or veranda. The largest suites offer added luxuries like complimentary beverage packages. There are two restaurants on-board, one fitted with special floor-to-ceiling windows for unbeatable views of the surroundings. The Observation Lounge and bar are also equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, ensuring travelers are treated to incredible scenery as they sip their drinks.

A Sun Deck with an herb garden and walking track lets guests stretch their legs while admiring the view, while a quiet library area is a relaxing hideaway. Shopping enthusiasts can also visit the ship’s funky boutique - the perfect place to find a keepsake of a memorable European adventure aboard the Viking Hlin.

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Viking Idi

The Viking Idi is one of Viking River Cruises' Longship-class cruise ships. Built in 2014, the 443-ft ship has eco-friendly hybrid engines for a smooth ride and is ideal for cruising the rivers of Europe in comfort and style.

The Viking Idi offers the seven-night Rhine Getaway, a southbound itinerary cruising the River Rhine from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to Basel, Switzerland, taking in historic castles, wonderful scenery, and highlights of European culture. Stops along the way include Heidelberg, Strasbourg, and Breisach. Shore excursions allow guests the opportunity to see the still-working 18th-century windmills of the village of Kinderdijk in the Netherlands and the gothic churches and medieval structures of Cologne.

The river cruiser carries 190 passengers and a crew of 50. There are 95 cabins on board, all with verandas and balconies. The two luxurious Explorer Suites feature a private wraparound veranda, while the two-room Veranda Suites are a great option for friends traveling together. The French Balcony and Standard Staterooms are all beautifully decorated with modern features. All include flat-screen TV, individual climate control, refrigerator, hairdryer, and safe.

There are two wonderful restaurants on board the Viking Idi – one with floor-to-ceiling windows for spectacular panoramic views. The Aquavit Terrace has an indoor-outdoor viewing area at the bow of the ship and grills for alfresco dining. Other onboard features include the Observation Lounge and Bar – which also features floor-to-ceiling windows – sundeck, putting green, walking track, organic herb garden, boutique, and library.

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Viking Rurik

Viking River Cruises’ Rurik was originally built in 1998, but was refurbished in 2012, and still maintains its blonde wood and distinctive Scandinavian style. With a comfortable, old-fashioned design, the ship is the perfect choice for those wishing to discover the hidden culture and history of Russia while enjoying the views of its most impressive river.

Viking Rurik cruises the Volga River from Moscow all the way to St. Petersburg, allowing passengers to take in the breathtaking sights of Red Square, the Bolshoi Theater, and Tsar’s Canon as well as a visit to the Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery in Kuzino before sailing on the Neva River into St. Petersburg to take in the delights of the legendary Hermitage Museum. And with 10 guided tours offered as part of the cruise package, guests are guaranteed a memorable and enlightening visit of each of the main attractions.

The Rurik boasts five decks and houses 189 passengers with 110 crew members attending to all needs. Staterooms range from 142 sq ft cabins up to 405 sq ft. suites, with all providing elegant riverside views. Aboard ship, Russian art and culture reigns supreme, with daily Russian movie screenings as well as talks, lectures and enrichment programs on offer - however TVs in each room offer English-language programming for those looking for a break. When travellers are ready for more, daily excursions provide a lot of insight into Russia’s history and culture. Those looking for a taste of Russia need look no further than a cruise aboard the Rurik.

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Viking Kadlin

Viking Kadlin is part of Viking River Cruises’ fleet of Longship-class vessels. Launched in 2016, the 443-ft ship offers guests an intimate, laid-back cruising experience on the River Seine.

The seven-night Paris & the Heart of Normandy cruise, a return-trip from the French capital, is currently Viking Kadlin’s sole itinerary. Along the way guests can explore Vernon’s cobblestone streets, admire the exquisite Gothic architecture of Rouen, and spend a full day visiting the Normandy beaches, where guests with an interest in history can visit Omaha Beach and the American Military Cemetery. Daily shore excursions include walking tours led by knowledgeable guides.

The ship carries 190 passengers and a crew of 50. Viking Kadlin has 95 cabins, all outside. The spacious top-end Explorer Suites have private, wraparound verandas for panoramic river views. The 48 cabins have walkout balconies, and all staterooms are equipped with flat-screen-TV, individual climate control, refrigerator, and safe.

Mature passengers will enjoy a voyage on the Viking Kadlin, particularly those who want to learn more about French culture and history. Regular enrichment lectures are offered, and nightly entertainment focuses on local culture and traditions.

Meals always include a regional element, making Viking Kadlin a great choice for those wanting to enjoy fine French food and wine. The Aquavit Terrace has an indoor-outdoor viewing area at the bow of the ship and grills for alfresco dining. Other onboard features include the Observation Lounge and Bar, a library, boutique, sundeck, putting green, walking track, and organic herb garden.

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Viking Lofn

The Viking Lofn is a Longship-class cruiser operated by Viking River Cruises, running since 2015. It has a capacity of 190 passengers, as well as 50 crew members. The ship is geared toward mature, sophisticated travelers, who wish to relax in comfort as they cruise some of Europe's beautiful rivers and absorb the historic surroundings.

The Lofn is aptly named after the 'Goddess of Comfort' from Norse mythology – and passengers will find no lack of comfort on board. The ship is equipped with 95 cabins – ranging from simple-yet-comfortable Standard Staterooms, through Veranda and French-Balcony rooms, to the top-of-the-range Explorer Suites. All rooms offer flat-screen TVs with on-demand videos, CNN, National Geographic and many other channels.

The Lofn is currently operating the seven-night 'Rhine Getaway' from Amsterdam to Basel, Switzerland. Along the way, there are opportunities to stop at historic European cities such as Cologne, where passengers can see the incredible Gothic cathedral, and Strasbourg, the seat of the European Parliament. 6 guided tours mean guests are sure to discover the best of each city on the trip.

Facilities onboard the Lofn include a sun deck with 360-degree views, a putting green, free Wi-Fi, a quiet library and complimentary laundry service. There are two restaurants onboard; one with floor-to-ceiling windows so passengers can enjoy the view as they dine. The ship features an Observation Lounge and bar with floor-to-ceiling windows, so travelers can relax with a drink and enjoy the views as they float by - the perfect way to discover Europe’s scenic beauty.

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Viking Magni

Viking Magni, a Viking River Cruises longship, is named after the God of Strength and perfect for couples who seek the elegance and comfort of a smooth river cruise. With four beautiful decks, Viking Magni offers an observation lounge for superb viewing, whilst floating by the wonderful sights of Europe.

Viking Magni offers 8 to 15-day itineraries, visiting countries including Germany, Austria, Hungary and the Netherlands. Along the way, passengers have the opportunity to sample food and wine in the Wachau Valley, learn the Viennese waltz, discover ancient castles and go on guided tours of the medieval town of Miltenberg, in Germany.

Viking Magni benefits from only carrying 190 passengers, with 95 outside cabins available. All staterooms feature a spacious wardrobe, telephone, safe, private bathroom with a shower and premium bath amenities, and a Sony flat screen TV with enhanced entertainment packages. There is one Explorer Suite and seven Veranda Suites for those who would like an upgrade to luxury. All suites feature a beautiful French balcony in the bedroom and a separate living room with a private veranda.

Onboard comforts include shipwide Wi-Fi, a main restaurant with beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows for panoramic viewing while dining, a terrace suitable for lunchtime dining, a sun deck with a lovely herb garden, a walking-track, a putting green, a boutique and a laundry service. Recently built in 2013, Viking Magni is a relaxing, elegant choice for a river cruise in Europe, for mature travellers interested in cultural exploration.

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