- 1 Does the Danube flow through Nuremberg?
- 2 How many locks on the Danube between Budapest and Nuremberg?
- 3 Is Nuremberg on the Danube River?
- 4 Is there a river cruise from Budapest to Prague?
- 5 What is the best Danube river cruise line?
- 6 Does the Danube flow through Germany?
- 7 Can you sail up the Danube?
- 8 How many locks are there between Amsterdam and Budapest?
- 9 How far is the Danube navigable?
- 10 How many locks are there between Passau and Budapest?
- 11 Where is the Continental Divide in Europe?
- 12 What river goes from Prague to Budapest?
- 13 Do any river cruises go to Prague?
- 14 What is the best month to cruise the Danube?
Does the Danube flow through Nuremberg?
Flowing through Central and Eastern Europe, the Danube is the second longest river in Europe. It spans for 1,777 miles from Germany to Ukraine. Some itineraries include Nuremberg, which is located on the Main- Danube Canal and the Pegnitz River.
How many locks on the Danube between Budapest and Nuremberg?
The canal, one of the largest civil engineering projects ever undertaken, has a total of 16 locks, each about 190 metres (625 feet) long, 12 metres (40 feet) wide, and up to 30 metres (100 feet) deep.
Is Nuremberg on the Danube River?
The medieval city of Nuremberg is located on the Danube -Main Canal and is a highlight of cruises on the Rhine, Main and Danube Rivers.
Is there a river cruise from Budapest to Prague?
This timeless European river cruise vacation begins in Budapest, Hungary, then sails along the Danube River with exciting stops in Austria and Germany. Your Danube River cruise is followed by two nights in the golden city of Prague! Disembark your Avalon Suite Ship® and travel to beautiful Prague.
What is the best Danube river cruise line?
In our opinion, the following companies are the very best luxury river cruise lines in Europe:
- Crystal River Cruises.
- Tauck River Cruises.
- Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection.
- Scenic River Cruises.
- Viking River Cruises.
Does the Danube flow through Germany?
The longest river in the European Union, the Danube River is the second-longest river in Europe after Russia’s Volga. It begins in the Black Forest region of Germany and runs through 10 countries ( Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine) on its way to the Black Sea.
Can you sail up the Danube?
You can go up the Rhine and down the Danube, there has been a canal linking the two for several years now, Currents are the biggest challenge, you need a reasonably powerful motor for the upstream part especially in the spring. It depends at what time of year you plan to do it.
How many locks are there between Amsterdam and Budapest?
The 68 River Locks from Budapest to Amsterdam.
Since ancient times, the Danube has been a traditional trade route in Europe. Today, 2,415 km (1,501 mi) of its total length are navigable.
How many locks are there between Passau and Budapest?
The Danube end of the canal is 107.3 metres (352 ft) higher than the Main end. There are a further 18 locks on the Danube itself, each a part of a hydro-electric dam generating power. It is fascinating watching the whole lock -passage process.
Where is the Continental Divide in Europe?
The European Watershed (or Continental Divide ) crosses Europe from the south of Spain far into Russia. Rivers to the north drain into the Atlantic and the seas in its perimeter, while rivers to the south drain into the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas.
What river goes from Prague to Budapest?
This fabulous new and exciting 2019, 12 day Avalon river cruise from Prague to Budapest travels along the legendary Danube River.
Do any river cruises go to Prague?
Prague serves as a transfer destination for Danube River cruises, as well as cruises that eventually hit the Main, Rhine and Moselle rivers.
What is the best month to cruise the Danube?
The Danube River is a charming destination to visit at almost any time of the year, though most travel experts agree the that best times to take a Danube cruise are Spring (April and May) and Fall ( September and October).