Slovakia, a country in the heart of Europe, almost entirely covered with mountain ranges, is one of those destinations that is not well known. Due to the many great artistic trends that have crossed the Old Continent, Slovakia is a life-size mosaic of the beauties of the West. In addition to Baroque castles, Gothic monuments, and Renaissance palaces, there are wooden churches, so characteristic of the Slovak style.
A green flora also covers a large part of the territory. With its wild and unspoiled nature, Slovakia offers it visitors many superb, uncrowded walks.
Recently, the country's authorities have also begun to renovate the old neighborhoods of major cities. Each of the Slovakian cities offers a special charm, to discover near hidden courtyards or forgotten cellars. This is undoubtedly the case of Bratislava, the Slovak capital, with baroque palaces with a charm of yesteryear, that you will have the chance to visit during a cruise on the Danube.
To make the most of your stay, stray off the main roads and explore the many recesses of the cities.
Talk to the locals who are always very welcoming.
The Slovaks are people with a hospitable and warm reputation. While cruising on the Danube, you will discover that it is not just a reputation! You will discover a country where each city and village, each monument and valley form their own unique atmosphere. In Slovakia, there is no one place or two in particular to visit, just let yourself be carried away by this country out of time where each building is a temple and each smile, a treasure.
Discover all our Slovakia river Cruises below.
VIENNA - BUDAPEST - BRATISLAVA - VIENNA
Embark on a cruise to the Danube Capitals. You will experience unique places such as the covered grand market of Budapest with its incredible display of different goods, amongst which are famous garlands of paprika, and the spectacular Zsolnay roof tiles.
Vienna, like an open air museum is famous for the Konzerthaus where the footsteps of the great composers still echo. Without forgetting Bratislava situated at the foot of the little Carpathian mountains, standing out from this wooded and rocky landscape. You will be transported in a twirl of emotions and unbelievable flavours.
VIENNA - MELK - DÜRNSTEIN - BRATISLAVA - KALOCSA - BUDAPEST - ESZTERGOM - VIENNA
Explore the abundant treasures of Austria and Hungary on a unique cruise to discover the secrets of the Danube. Admire the colorful alleys of Bratislava that twist around each other like in a fairy-tale village, and the Puszta, the true soul and heart of Hungary. Visit the Gellert baths, which are full of a wide range of balneotherapy services, but also the Sisi Museum, which puts in comparison myth and truth. There, you will be able to contemplate many personal effects as well as the most famous portraits of the legendary Empress.
BUDAPEST - BRATISLAVA - VIENNA - PASSAU
From Budapest to Passau via Bratislava, Vienna and Melk, these cities rich in culture and history will unveil their secrets. Discover the Schoenbrunn Palace and the beautiful Wachau Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its wooded hillsides, orchards, small villages, vineyards and monasteries, it is the most picturesque part of the Danube and where the majestic Dürnstein Castle stands.
OLTENITA - TULCEA - The Danube Delta - GIURGIU - RUSE - The Iron Gates - BELGRADE - NOVI SAD - BUDAPEST - BRATISLAVA - VIENNA
From the Danube Delta to the iron gates, admire the majestic blue river, crossing 8 countries and stopping in 4 capitals. You will discover tremendous landscapes of striking beauty where nature is queen. From Vienna to Belgrade via Bratislava and Budapest, discover unique architecture, history, and culture all along the beautiful Danube.
VIENNA - BRATISLAVA - BUDAPEST - KALOCSA - NOVI SAD - BELGRAD - The Iron Gates - RUSE - TULCEA - FETESTI CERNAVODA - OLTENITA
From the Iron Gates to the Danube Delta, admire the majestic blue river, crossing 8 countries and stopping in 4 capitals. You will discover tremendous landscapes of striking beauty where nature is queen. From Belgrade to Vienna via Bratislava and Budapest, discover unique architecture, history and culture all along the beautiful Danube.