Take a cruise or walk along Danube River, the river passing through 10 countries and four capital cities, including Budapest. The European Union's longest river, it originates in Germany's Black Forest and moves through Eastern Europe until it ends in the Black Sea via Romania and Ukraine. Photograph the river flanked by the Buda and Pest sides of the Hungarian capital from the famous Chain Bridge, which showcases the waterway. Step aboard a cruise for expansive views of the city, or stroll past monuments and historical buildings situated along the river, such as Parliament. Put Danube River into our Budapest trip maker tool to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Budapest.
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Beautiful sight to behold. Took the boat ride from Bratislava to Vienna. The view and the journey was breathtaking. more »
If you are interested in taking a river cruise, don't go with Panavision. After a fire last July, on the ship A-rosa-riva, a ship that makes the Danube, they tell us that they have no responsibility..... more »
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