Cruise Vienna Lunch Boat

Cruise Vienna Lunch Boat
Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours > Day Cruises > Sightseeing Cruise
$34.12
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
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Description

Take the MS Blue Danube on the Danube Canal and enjoy a 2-course lunch menu. Whether as a tourist during a city walk or as a business lunch with colleagues and business partners - what could be better than a break at the water? Every week the chef conjures up light, modern interpretations of lunch dishes.

Discover the Vienna Danube Canal with the small maritime MS Blue Danube. The ship has a nautical flair and an extravagant interior.
You cruise in a loop ride starting at the ship station Vienna / City at Schwedenplatz the Danube Canal. On this tour you will see important buildings: Uniqa Tower, Urania Observatory, Badeschiff, hotel and commercial building by Jean Nouvel, Schützenhaus by Otto Wagner, Ringturm, Roßauer barracks, Zaha Hadid House and designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser waste incineration Spittelau.
A sightseeing cruise through Vienna with the DDSG fleet is a special experience. The ship is in the city center, just a few minutes' walk from St. Stephen's Cathedral.
The menu consists of 2 courses, optionally:
soup / appetizer + main course
OR main course + dessert
There are two main courses to choose from. If someone is vegan or vegetarian, they can choose a main dish from the general menu. Allergy sufferers must be announced in advance, then an alternative is accordingly prepared. The menu is changed every month.
Example menu July:
* Mixed plucked salads with cherry tomatoes and orange fillets marinated with pomegranate dressing
* Grilled chicken filet "teriyaki" style on fresh summer vegetables with rice
* Grilled pike-perch fillet on fresh summer vegetables with dill potatoes
* Warm apple strudel with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream

Take the MS Blue Danube on the Danube Canal and enjoy a 2-course lunch menu. Whether as a tourist during a city walk or as a business lunch with colleagues and business partners - what could be better than a break at the water? Every week the chef conjures up light, modern interpretations of lunch dishes.