Breakfast Onboard the AmaViola
Enjoy a delicious breakfast and get ready for your day of exploration.
Explore the Famed Melk Benedictine Abbey
Explore the gorgeous Melk Benedictine Abbey on a privately guided tour. Founded in 1089, this abbey reinvigorated the monastic life of Austria and Southern Germany.
Cultural Activities Around the Danube River
Get a taste of the local flavors with a fish activity, marmalade-making, wine and juice tasting. Also, take a traditional Austrian dance lesson and learn more about the Danube River, which lies beneath the abbey.
Enjoy Lunch Onboard the AmaViola
Eat lunch aboard the ship as it serenely cruises through the Wachau Valley.
CHOOSE YOUR AFTERNOON ACTIVITY
Dinner Onboard the AmaViola
Rejoin your fellow Adventurers at dinner onboard the ship.
On Your Own in Krems
Explore this pretty city on the Danube River, dotted with churches and museums. Enjoy traditional eateries that give you a taste of the regional cuisine and wonderful wine bars, which also feature delicious beer. If you want to shop, you'll find an array of wonderful stores at Buhl Center.
Junior Adventurer Movie Night
Children can enjoy a movie on the AmaViola ship that highlights the destination while the Adventure Guides keep things fun. Teens will be treated to karaoke in the ship's lounge.
* The 3-hour escorted bike ride is 28 miles long and the 1-hour escorted bike ride is 16 miles long. Both are not suited for a child who is 10 years old or younger. For all bike rides, we strongly recommend that Guests be in shape, know how to ride a bike, have ridden a bike recently, and know that the bike ride will take place on a solid surface, gravel and cobblestones, through towns, along the river, near traffic, crossing streets, etc. Bike trails are not on grass. Please Note: Guests wishing to bike on their own can visit the Cruise Manager to reserve a bicycle. There will be a couple of "junior" bikes onboard that are suited for a 9-year-old to 12-year-old child, depending on their size. However, the Cruise Manager will need to see in person any child under 9 years old or any small child, since small-sized bikes and helmets need to be outsourced. Also, since we always put safety first and try to prevent accidents, if the Cruise Manager determines that a child shouldn't ride a bike, he or she will give that child other activity options.