11 Days Munich, Salzburg & Pearls Of The Danube

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$2,599 USD
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$3,591 USD PP
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11 Days Munich, Salzburg & Pearls Of The Danube

✓ Incredible sightseeing including Munich, Neuschwanstein Castle & Linderhof, Salzburg salt mines, Linz, Melk, Durnstein, Vienna, Bratislava & Budapest and more
✓ 7 Day river cruise on the Danube River through Austria, Slovakia & Hungary
✓ 4 nights in centrally located 4 stars accommodation in Vienna
✓ 6 nights accommodation in 3 & 4 star river cruise
✓ 23 meals including daily breakfast, 5 lunches & 7 dinners
✓ Refined French cuisine, gala dinner/evening and welcome cocktail
✓ Onboard drinks included with meals and at the bar
✓ Onboard activities as outlined in the itinerary
✓ Includes port fees
✓ Free Wi-Fi onboard your river cruise Munich
✓ Airport arrival and departure transfers

11 Days Munich, Salzburg & Pearls Of The Danube

✓ Incredible sightseeing including Munich, Neuschwanstein Castle & Linderhof, Salzburg salt mines, Linz, Melk, Durnstein, Vienna, Bratislava & Budapest and more
✓ 7 Day river cruise on the Danube River through Austria, Slovakia & Hungary
✓ 4 nights in centrally located 4 stars accommodation in Vienna
✓ 6 nights accommodation in 3 & 4 star river cruise
✓ 23 meals including daily breakfast, 5 lunches & 7 dinners
✓ Refined French cuisine, gala dinner/evening and welcome cocktail
✓ Onboard drinks included with meals and at the bar
✓ Onboard activities as outlined in the itinerary
✓ Includes port fees
✓ Free Wi-Fi onboard your river cruise Munich
✓ Airport arrival and departure transfers

From PP Twin Share

$2,599 USD
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$3,591 USD PP
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