• Travelcode: 011

Danube Experience by BIKE + BOAT / Iron Gate

Fjord-like Landscapes, Puszta, Balkan and Paprika

  • Belgrade at night

    Discover the breath-taking natural scenery of the Iron Gates, one of the most spectacular gorges in Europe, the vast expanse of the Pannonian plains, cycle through the Danube Bend in Hungary and the breadbaskets of Croatia and Serbia, through idyllic wine-growing regions and past commanding fortresses high above the river. Visit Belgrade, the "white city", fall in love with bewitching Budapest, the "Paris of the East", marvel at the baroque palaces in the picturesque Old Town of Bratislava and let yourself be carried away by the elegant charm of Vienna, the city of the waltz. 

    Tour profile / Level 1-2

    The cycle paths are asphalted for the most part and run through flat to lightly hilly terrain – mainly following the routing of Eurovelo 6 – via cycle paths and country roads with little traffic. Don’t feel like cycling today? You can reach your destination easily by boat.

    Höhenprofil Passau-Eisernes_Tor

    Day 1: Passau

    Embarkation 4.00 p.m. in Passau; departure is at 5.00 p.m. Enjoy a final view of the beautiful city of Passau as you glide serenely into the sunset, past dark green forests before entering the lock at the Jochenstein power plant on the border between Germany and Austria.

    Day 2: Schlögen Danube Bend | Engelhartszell - Aschach, approx. 42 km

    Enjoy a delightful day’s cycling from Engelhartszell (Austria’s only Trappist monastery) through the ruggedly romantic Danube Bend at Schlögen, one of the most beautiful sections of the river lined with sleepy farming villages. Along the way, you can drop in at one of the many inviting cider taverns. Rejoin the ship in the idyllic market town of Aschach, with its long tradition of ship-building and shipping, before sailing into the night.

    Day 3: Devin - Bratislava, approx. 43 km

    A narrow cycle path runs along the Iron Curtain from the castle ruins in Devin to the splendid palace of Schloss Hof, which boasts one of the most magnificent baroque gardens in Europe. There follows a stretch of untouched countryside and a short time later, you arrive in the vibrant city of Bratislava. Our miniature train tour of the Slovakian capital in which Hungarian kings were once crowned (optional) begins with a glorious view from the fortress perched on a hill overlooking the city and ends with a walk through the beautifully restored historic city centre.
    • => Excursion: City tour by Scenic Train + walking tour

      Enjoy a comfortable sightseeing tour of Bratislava with a so-called Oldtimer train. The tour starts at the harbour and leads you past the famous Saint Martin’s Cathedral – the former coronation church for Hungarian Kings – and the Church of the Trinitarian Order. You drive past the Grassalkovich-Palais, the present residence of the Slovakian president and the Information Centre of the European Union. The little train will wait for you while you walk through the Viennese Gate to the Ehrenhof castle where you have a beautiful view of the Old Town. Afterwards the Oldtimer takes you back down from the hill and leaves you at the St. Michael’s Gate. Together with your guide you discover the historic centre walking from here to the Slovakian National Theatre.

      • Price: EUR 19 | Duration: approx. 2 hours

    Day 4: Budapest | Excursion to Szentendre approx. 54 km (or rest day)

    Savour the entrance to Budapest and the stunning views of the city‘s most famous buildings. Discover the city that straddles the Danube on a guided tour (optional) or take a detour to the delightful little town of Szentendre with its many artists and galleries. Get a taste of the fiery Hungarian temperament at a Hungarian folklore show with traditional music and folk dance accompanied by wine and hearty local food (optional).

    • => Excursion: Budapest Sightseeing Tour by BIKE

      Accompanied by an experienced bike guide you will visit you will get to know the best sights with your bike. You cross the Danube on the famous Chain Bridge, and cycle past the Parliament building, cross the Liberty Square, and City Park, and get to the Heroe’s Square.

      • Pice: EUR 24 | Duration: approx. 2,5 - 3 hours
    • => Excursion: Budapest Sightseeing tour by Hop On Hop Off BUS

      Budapest - "The Queen of the Danube" is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Discover the Hungarian capital by Hop On-Hop Off bus with audio guides are available in 20 different languages. The tour offers lots of highlights, and the many stops and a flexible timetable allow you to make this an individual adventure in Budapest.

      • Price: EUR 16 | 24 hours ticket
    • => Excursion: Budapest Traditional Hungarian folklore show

      We invite you to a traditional Hungarian Csarda, where you´ll be welcomed with gypsy music and "palinka" (licor). Get carried away by the fervid music and traditional folk dances while tasting traditional gulash soup and local wines. Afterwards you will drive through the town, and up to Gellért Hill  from where you will enjoy an amazing view of the illuminated town. Return to the ship at approx. 11 p.m.

      • Price: EUR 36 | Duration: approx. 2,5 hours

    Day 5: Baha - Mohacs, approx. 50 km

    From the quiet baroque town of Baja that is famous for its fish soup, you’ll cycle along the flood protection dykes in the Gemenc floodplain, through sleepy river landscapes past fields of sunflowers. At the end of today’s stage, you take the ferry to the little town of Mohacs, Hungary’s most southerly town on the Danube and famously the site of two battles with the Ottoman Turks.

    Day 6: Belgrade (rest day)

    Explore the fun-loving Serbian capital at the confluence of the Save and the Danube by bike or bus, take a journey in time from the past to the present and learn about the rise and fall of Yugoslavia (optional). In the evening, Belgrade is bathed in a sea of light. Visit a colourful folklore show with traditional dances from all parts of the country, followed by typical regional specialities in the well-known bohemian district of Skadarlija with lively folk music from a Serbian band (optional).
    • => Excursion: Belgrade City Tour by BIKE

      Experience the aspiring Serbian capital with your bike. The content of the tour is focused on the history of Belgrade from WWII to today. The main topics are history and politics of Yugoslavia, social issues, economy, lifestyle and architecture. Unhurried you will pass the town’s most important sights.

      • Price: EUR 19 | Duration: 3 hours

    • => Excursion: Belgrade Sightseeingtour by BUS

      Discover the aspiring city of Belgrade by bus and on foot. At first the bus takes you to Belgrade’s biggest park, the Kalemegdan Park. While walking to the Old Town you will pass the former residence of princess Ljubica and the Natonaltheatre and –museum. Then the bus takes you past the Governemental District. A highlight is – of course – the St. Sava Cathedral.

      •    Price: EUR 19 | Duraton: approx. 3 hours

    • => Excursion: Belgrade Folkloreshow

      An evening full of Serbian music and folkdance accompanied by snacks of traditional food, music and folk dance. Enjoying the taste of lepinja, kobasica, cevapcici, raznijici, rakija, while you follow the dancers and musicians dressed in traditional constumes. 2 drinks included. 

      • Price: EUR 33 | Duraton: approx. 2 hours

    Day 7: Cataract Canyons / Iron Gates National Park (rest day)

    Experience the stunning fjord-like landscape at close quarters from the ship’s deck. The river cuts through the Romanian Carpathian mountains and the mighty foothills of the Balkan mountain range. A spectacular landscape with steep gorges, dark forests with historic monuments and impregnable fortresses on the shores that are reflected in the blue waters of the river: this miracle of nature will take your breath away!

    Day 8: Novi Sad - Ilok, approx. 51 km

    The imposing Petrovaradin fortress perches high above the provincial capital of the Vojvodina. After cycling upstream along a flat cycle path you take a ferry to reach the gentle foothills of the Fruska Gora, with its orchards, vineyards and idyllic farming villages. Everything in the medieval town of Ilok revolves around wine. During an evening tour of the town, you will have the opportunity to sample some famous croatian wines at a wine cellar (optional).
    • => Excursion: Wine tasting in Ilok

      Enjoy the visit at a wine cellar dating back to the 18th century, located in the midst of vineyards. A guide will take you around the cellar and tell you about the history of this nowadays awarded wine-growing estate. Following the tour you will taste 3 of the vineyard’s best-known wines accompanied by traditional Croatian snacks.

      •    Price: EUR 20 | Duration: approx. 2 hours

    Day 9: Apatin - Bezdan (Batina), approx. 54 km

    Apatin beer is well-known throughout the western Balkan region. Cycle along the Danube Canal on idyllic paths lined by meadows and trees, and over country roads through the vast expanse of the Batschka (the area populated by Danube Swabians). Sombor is a small romantic town with buildings dating back to the Habsburg period.

    Day 10: Kalocsa - Solt, approx. 53 km

    Kalocsa is the "Paprika Capital" of Hungary and the character of the town is strongly influenced by colourful houses with hand-painted, bright floral patterns and the cathedral with its towers that can be seen even from a distance as they rise into the skies from the flat Hungarian plain. Visiting the Paprika Museum you’ll learn all there is to know about Hungary’s favourite spice. Continue your journey on the well-built cycle path along the flood protection dyke through the vast expanse of the puszta, and corn fields and orchards that stretch as far as the eye can see until you reach Solt, birthplace of the famous conductor Sir George Solti. Vecsey Castle and the library with some 34,000 books are especially worth seeing.

    Day 11: Danube Bend - Esztergom, approx. 43 km

    The Danube is framed by steep wooded hills as it flows through the picturesque, hilly landscape of the "Hungarian Wachau". Set in the middle of the Danube, the delightful island of Szentendre radiates real puszta romance. As you continue your journey on idyllic cycle paths through picturesque villages you’ll be able to experience the Hungarian zest for life at first hand. The dome of the imposing basilica in Esztergom that sits high over the Danube can be seen from far and wide. Hungary’s largest church, with its Tuscan-style high altar and a side chapel with red marble walls is especially worth seeing.

    Day 12: Vienna (Bike excursion to Klosterneuburg, Danube Island,...)

    After so many action-packed days of cycling, you deserve some relaxation. Enjoy the breath-taking view of the idyllic floodplain forest of the Donauauen National Park and the impressive skyline as you sail into Vienna. Go for a ride on the Danube Island – Vienna’s favourite recreational area, cycle out to the nearby Klosterneuburg Abbey or wander through the idyllic vineyards of the so-called Kahlenberg (with magnificent views over the city and the Danube). The day ends traditionally with a concert of classic waltz and operetta music in a historic Viennese palace (optional).

    • => Excursion: Mozart & Strauß Concert at Schönbrunn Palace

      Enjoy a concert in the location that Mozart returned to time and again throughout his career: The Schoenbrunn Palace’s Orangery. The Orangery was often used for pompous celebrations during Imperial times. The most famous melodies by Mozart and Strauß presented by the renowned Schoenbrunn Palace Festival Orchestra, accompanied by virtuoso vocals and dance fascinate the guests every evening anew.

      • Price: EUR 49 | Duration: approx. 2,5 hours

    Day 13: Vienna (rest day)

    Discover Vienna: from the saddle on a guided bike tour or on your own with the HOP ON HOP OFF Bus (optional). Ride through the historic city centre at a leisurely pace and see the sights from close up. The magnificent Ringstraße will remind you of times long past and inviting coffee houses will tempt you with delicious Viennese cakes and pastries. Afterwards, there’s enough time to stroll through the quaint lanes or visit the Naschmarkt, a feast for the senses. End your day in Vienna in traditional fashion at a rustic wine tavern.

    • => Excursion: Vienna City Tour by BIKE

      From your bike you will experience all those famous sights from a new and completely different point of view.  Some of the highlights are: the State Opera, the Johann Strauß Monument, the Hofburg - the Habsburg family's winter residence, and St. Stephan’s Cathedral, Vienna’s most famous landmark. Easy route on bike paths or streets with little traffic. Frequent stops for taking pictures! The tour ends at St. Stephan´s Cathedral.

      • Price: EUR 30 | Duration: approx. 3 hours
    • => Excursion: Vienna City tour - Hop On Hop Off BUS

      On this sightseeing tour you will discover Vienna’s rich history through informative personal commentary. Throughout the tour you will witness a wealth of stunning architecture that can be seen in the city’s beautiful palaces and gardens, grand monuments and pristine parks. The Austrian capital encompasses all the traditions of a European city, from Roman foundations to Gothic and Baroque. The hop-on, hop-off facility allows you to explore the city at your leisure and the double-decker bus will offer you a panoramic view of Vienna. Get closer and dig deeper into Vienna’s history with our free walking tours, where you will learn about the history of this amazing city.

      • Price: EUR 20 | 24-hours ticket

    Day 14: Wachau | Krems - Melk, approx. 37 km

    This final stage of your cycling tour can best be described as magical! The gentle hilly countryside of the Wachau with its picturesque villages, historic castles and palaces surrounded by apricot trees and terraced vineyards, is one of the loveliest stretches of the river. In Weißenkirchen the cycle path is lined with cosy vintner’s taverns and you should definitely treat yourself to a break here (optional wine tasting)!

    Day 15: Passau

    Enjoy the first rays of sun and the early-morning tranquillity of the Danube valley one last time. Catch a final view of the Danube Bend at Schlögen – before you reach Passau, your heart bursting with memories and impressions. Disembarkation at approx. 10.00 a.m. Independent homeward travel. We recommend that you do not make any arrangements for onward connections departing before 11.00 a.m. To be on the safe side, later departure times would be even better.

  • Arrival information

    Arrival and Departure

    Landing stages

    There are 2 landing stages in Passau for cruises. One is in the Old City (A) at the Fritz-Schäffer-Promenade/Untere Donaulände and the second one is outside of the city in Passau-Lindau (B) at the Franz-Weismann-Straße (B 388) Please ask Your travel agency for the embarkation pier.

    >>Division of landing stages in Passau

    Please be informed that the appropriate landing stage can be changed from the port company in Passau.

    Enlarged view


    Embarkation in Passau starts at 04:30 p.m Thank You for Your understanding that an earlier boarding is not possible. You can handover Your own bikes resp. Your luggage from 2:30 p.m. though.


    Disembarkation takes place at approx. 09:30 a.m. and lasts approx. 1 hour. Please reconsider it by planing Your onward travelling. We suggest to calculate 2 hours between disembarkation and onward travelling. You will get further information from Your cruise director.

    Arrival by car / parking

    Landing station Passau Old City: Car access directly to the landing stage not possible (pedestrian zone)

    Landing station Passau-Lindau: Car access possible - parking is not possible/allowed, Stops only allowed for loading and/or unloading

    >> Parking Online Reservation

    Arrival by train 

    Train station: Passau

    Passau is part of the Intercity- und Region Network of the Federal German Railnetwork. The train station is approx. between 2 and 6 km from the landing stages (depending on which landing stage) There are taxis waiting at the train station. Am Bahnhof stehen Taxen bereit. Eurocycle/Rad+Reisen assumes no liability for late arrivals.

    Arrival by plane

    Airport:  Munich (MUC) / Vienna (VIE)

    You can reach Passau from the airport Munich in approx. 2,5 h by public transport.


    Taxicosts: Train station Passau - Landing stage: approx. € 9.

    Private shared transfer Munich airport - Passau: see PRICES (pre-reservation)

    With the so-called Bavarian ticket by train to Passau (1st person € 23,-. Each further person € 4,-, (up to 4 persons); Duration approx 2 h; Public bus or taxi (approx. € 25,-) from Munich airport - Freising; Trainride Freising – Passau; >>www.bahn.de

    Min. amount of participants

    50 persons (must be reached approx. 4 weeks prior arrival)

    Book here your discounted train ticket... Book your flights online... Book here your bus ticket... Book your hotel online...
  • Included services

    • 14 nights in outside cabins with private facilities and air conditioning
    • Program according to itinerary from/to Vienna
    • Captains greeting and Welcome cocktail
    • Daily cabin cleaning, towels and bed linen
    • Full board: rich breakfast, lunch on board (non-cyclists) or packed lunch (cyclists), afternoon coffee break, dinner (2/3 dishes to choose from), late night snack
    • Gala-dinner with farewell cocktail
    • Farewell-Crew-Show
    • Daily live-music
    • Tour guide on board (does not cycle with the group)
    • Daily information meeting
    • Detailed roadbook (one per cabin)

    In case of flood or low tide, the shipping company reserves the right to bridge parts of passages by buses. In extreme situations, the shipping company reserves the right to cancel the journey on short notice. No legal right shall be constituted of both situations. (Water level is act of god). The same applies for officially ordered - previously not announced - repair work on locks or bridges or in case breakdown of engine or power unit through no fault of shipping company or tour operator.

    Individual tour:

    You´ll receive a detailed roadbook with maps and infomation to the routing on board. You do not cycle in a group – you cycle individually in your own tempo and are therefor able to time your day to your needs. Only the schedule gives you a timeframe. Our cruise director explains the evening before the next cycling path in the daily breefings and inform you about the specifics and gives tipps about sightseeing, possibilities to take a rest and specialities. If you do not want to cycle, just stay on board and enjoy the passing landscape on the sun deck or relax in the infrared cabin. The crew is trying to make your stay as comfortable as possible.


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    Port taxes
    Obligatory from 12 yrs 99
    Supplement on 2-bed/2-bed ECO cabin for single use
    Supplement (valid on price per person) +50%
    Child discount/3rd adult
    Children 0-2,99 yrs in a cabin with 2 full paying persons in a babybed free
    Children 3-12,99 yrs in a cabin with min. 1 full paying person -50%
    13-99 yrs in a cabin with min. 2 full paying persons -20%
    Bikes and Equipment
    7-/21-speed bike 129
    E-bike 229
    Bringing of own bike 25

    Extra nights Passau 3*

    Double room 57
    Single room 82
    Extra nights Passau 4*
    Double room 65
    Single room 88
    Transfer (from/to Munich airport) *
    One-way 64
    Return transfer 109

    *EUR 40 p.p. supplement from/to MUC city/airport

    Best - Price - Guarantee

    If you would verifiably receive better conditions and/or prices from another tour operator at the time of booking we guarantee at least the same conditions PLUS 1 handlebar bag for FREE!
    All prices per person in EUR
  • A warmly welcome on our MV Theodor Körner!

    << 360° Virtual Tour - explore your floating hotel >>

    Completely renovated in winter 2013/2014 in trendy Art Deco style; a very spacious, nostalgic ship of traditional shipbuilding skill with a high level of comfort and a family atmosphere. Excellent service and attention to detail are the priority of the captain and crew who are looking forward to welcoming you on board.
    Your bike tour through various countries is also a culinary expedition through the diversity of the national and the regional cuisine.
    he ship possesses a restaurant, a panorama bar with a dance-floor, a salon with a sunny Patio as well as a broad sun deck with comfortable deck chairs. Books and magazines from our library provide reading pleasure, and parlour games offer all kinds of disport. After an eventful cycling day you will find relaxation in the sauna, and in the evening a musician will perform for you to dance!


    Technical details

    • Capacity (126 passengers)
    • Length (87 m)
    • Width (17 m)
    • Draft (1,7 m)
    • Speed  (20 km/h)
    • Crew  (approx. 40)
    • Voltage  (220 Volt)
    • Languages on bord (German/English)

    Cabins & facilities

    • Juniorsuites (double bed incl. sofa with more space)
    • 2-bed (2 separated lower beds)
    • 2-bed ECO (bunk bed = 1 upper-, 1 lower bed)
    • Additional bed (in a 2 bed cabin promenade deck / 2 lower beds and one upper bed and in Juniorsuites / doublebed with an extendable sofa)

    The comfortable 60 cabins (approx. 8-16 m²) are equipped with air conditioner, private facilities, TV, hairdryer. The windows can be opened in the cabins on the upper & promenade deck. Triple cabins are equipped with 2 lower beds and one folding bed above (promenade deck) or a sofa at the suites.

    You can inform us about Your prefered cabin at booking but plase be informed that we do not communicate the cabin number at booking as this is no principle of treaty.

    Passenger - Decks

    • Promenade deck (uppermost deck, windows to be opened)
    • Upper deck (middle deck, windows to be opened)
    • Main deck (lowest deck, panorama windows but not to be opened)


    • Panorama bar
    • Panorama salon
    • Restaurant
    • Infrarot-Sauna
    • Spacious Sun deck with lounge chairs
    • Roofed terracè
    • Bord shop
    • WIFI (supplement)

    The MV Theodor Körner is a spacious river cruiser designed according to traditional shipbuilder’s skills. It is characterised by the cosy ambience of its interior. Books and magazines from our library provide relaxation. Books and magazines in our air-conditioned library provide relaxation and reading pleasure as well as parlour games.

    Please be aware that a cruise ship on the Danube is not only your hotel but also a machine, working with engine power also during the night. Especially passing locks and bridges - and the preparation work - may cause noise.

    Restaurant / Kitchen

    The full board consists of: breakfast, packed lunch for bikers (resp. light meal for guests on board), dinner. On 4 evenings you have the choice between 2-3 menus. Not claimed meals cannot be refunded. Your table number will be provided during boarding. Special meals have to be ordered latest by 3 weeks prior departure.

    Board- und Excursionprogram

    A musician will provide evening entertainment. On the last evening the crew invites you to an evening of entertainment, good mood and fun!
    Excursions can only be booked on board with our cruise director.

    Internet / Mobile phone

    If you want to be reachable on board in urgent cases, please leave our office number at your family (page 2). We will forward you the message as soon as possible. The ship also offers Wi-Fi (chargeable). We only have very limited internet connections on board. If possible we send urgent E-Mails for you.

    Life on board

    There is no special dress code on board. Casual clothing is sufficient. For the concert and the gala dinner some passengers are dressed more elegant. We suggest appropriate clothing for the bike-tours as e.g. cycling pants, bike-gloves, sportive shoes, etc…sun- and rain protection – please don’t forget! A warm sweater for rather cool evenings on deck. Swim wear for using the opportunity on hot days along your bike-leg.

    Medical care

    For emergency cases doctors are also shortly available ashore.

    Smoking on board

    Please note that the whole ship (incl. cabins, restaurant, café) is absolutely a non smoking area. Smoking is allowed only on the open sundeck.


    On cruise ships gratuities will be collected at the end of the cruise in a box at the reception. This form of giving a tip is useful to credit all crew-members. A noncommittal directive would be approx. € 5,- to 6,- per person and day. The cruise director is not included in this system. If you have been satisfied with his work during the week – there will be a tip box available directly at the cruise director’s desk.

    Currency/ Payment

    All prices are in EURO. With each order you receive a receipt to sign. The invoice can be paid in cash or with credit card (VISA or Master Card) on the day of departure at the reception. Please be informed: Excursions are only payable in cash!

  • Bicycle & Equipment:

    Our bicycles are modern and high stardard quality of KTM. We offer 28-Zoll-Unisex-tourbikes with deep comfort-entrance. The bikes are equipped with 21-derailleur-gear with override, caliper breaks and robust wheels. Our bicycles are mostly not older than 3 years.

    We offer

    • 21-speed-bikes UNISEX* with caliper breacks and override


    • E-Bikes (Pedelecs) UNISEX

    with 28" wheels in frame sizes 46 / 51 / 56 cm .*For men taller than 186 cm we offer men frames.

    Our bicycles are equipped with:

    • 1 good sized, waterproofed pannier bag
    • 1 handle bar bag
    • repair kit
    • air pump
    • lock

    Following can be purchased in our bord shop:

    • helmets (approx. € 25,-)
    • cycling clothes
    • raining suits

    On request 7 speed UNISEX hybrid bike with coaster and caliper brake as well as children seat, children trailer and tagalong.

    Electric bikes | E-Bikes | Pedelecs
    You will receive modern high quality E-Bikes of the brands Flyer/Kalkhoff and KTM with 8-gearhub, individual regulated use of support of pedal-use, robust wheels and deep Unisex comfort entrance. The bikes have a strong Panasonic Pedelec-mechanism and a strong licium-ionen-battery. The batteries lasts up to 70 kilometres, depending on sort of cycling, weight and routing. The more hills to go, the heavier the weight, the more accucapacity will be used. You can regulate range of the battery if you use less support at the beginning
    and raise it if needed. Batteries will be loaded with the battery recharger by night in your room.

    ATTENTION: Please pre-book your E-bike early enough as we have restricted availability of approx. 12-15 E-bikes/ship.

    Bike breakdown
    Can also occur with very new and good bikes. A puncture of the wheel will be fixed by yourself, for bigger damages please contact your cruise director. Please do not make any repair-service without our agreement on our bikes. For smaller technical problems with the bike please contact the cruise director or a member of the crew at the end of the bike-leg.

    Private Bikes
    You are welcome to bring your own bicycle. This is adapted especially to your needs. Do not forget to bring a repair kit with all necessary tools such as: keys, reserve tube and lock. Please check your own bicycle for operability upon arrival. You will receive
    on board a pannier for your bike.

    Bikes will mostly be brought on/off board by the ship crew. Please note that we are not liable in case of damage.
    Due to organizational reasons (anchor second row) bikes will be partly left outside in front of the ship. Bicycles are exposed to the weather on board as the parking space is not covered. Storage of bikes inside the ship is not possible. The bicycle storage possibilities are restricted therefore the bikes will be transported close to each other or in a lying position. Please therefore remove all additional tools.

    Attention: Whether the ship, nor the shipping company/crew/Eurocycle are liable for customers’ own bikes on/off board.

  • 5,7 30.08.2017 | Mary F. Danube Experience by BIKE + BOAT / Iron Gate


    A great trip except a few issues. 1. There should be A/C in dining room 2. Better wifi service-- it was very limited. Had to sit in stairway 3.More explicit directions for route, especially finding bike path out of towns at the beginning of each day. ...
    • Booking handling 6
    • Travel documents 6
    • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
    • Accomodation 6
    • Board 6
    • Route description 3
    • On-site assistance 6
    • Route-character 6
    • Bicycle + equipment 6
    • Price-performance ratio 6
    5,8 24.06.2017 | Timothy O. Danube Experience by BIKE + BOAT / Iron Gate

    Passau to the Iron Gate

    This is the second holiday with your company and we enjoyed both very much. The staff and tour director were very professional and friendly. Our cabin was good with efficient air conditioning which was very important for us. The food on board the ship ...
    • Overall satisfaction 6
    • Booking handling 6
    • Travel documents 6
    • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
    • Accomodation 5
    • Board 6
    • Route description 6
    • On-site assistance 6
    • Route-character 6
    • Bicycle + equipment 6
    • Price-performance ratio 5
    5,8 24.06.2017 | Judith S. Danube Experience by BIKE + BOAT / Iron Gate

    Passau to Iron Gates 15 days

    Our first bike trip with Rad Reisen and our 4th bike holiday in Europe. Great preparation and assistance from Katharina (all in English) before our departure from Australia. The bikes were both in good condition, one e-bike with Bosch electric assist ...
    • Booking handling 6
    • Travel documents 6
    • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
    • Accomodation 5
    • Board 5
    • Route description 6
    • On-site assistance 6
    • Route-character 6
    • Bicycle + equipment 6
    • Price-performance ratio 6
    5,4 22.06.2017 | Mark W. Danube Experience by BIKE + BOAT / Iron Gate

    Iron Gate 2017

    We very much enjoyed our holiday with Rad Reisen and the selected tour. Two weeks was just right. Our cabin was excellent, just the right size (205). We had found on previous bike/boat tours that Bunk bed cabins were too small. There was a problem with ...
    • Overall satisfaction 6
    • Booking handling 6
    • Travel documents 6
    • Information at the beginning of the tour 3
    • Accomodation 6
    • Board 5
    • Route description 6
    • On-site assistance 6
    • Route-character 4
    • Bicycle + equipment 6
    • Price-performance ratio 5
    5,7 21.06.2017 | William R. Danube Experience by BIKE + BOAT / Iron Gate

    Feedback on Danube to Iron Gates: Very good

    In general, we very much enjoyed this tour. The bike rides were varied and interesting. The boat was well maintained and rooms were small, but efficient. We very much enjoyed meeting people from a variety of countries and cultures on the tour. However, ...
    • Overall satisfaction 6
    • Booking handling 6
    • Travel documents 6
    • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
    • Accomodation 5
    • Board 5
    • Route description 6
    • On-site assistance 6
    • Route-character 6
    • Bicycle + equipment 5
    • Price-performance ratio 6


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