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- Prague 3 nights pre-cruise golf arrive Alcron Hotel September 03rd, 2020 – September 06th, 2020
- Danube River Golf Cruise 7 nights AmaMagna Vilshofen to Budapest September 06th, 2020 – September 13th, 2020
- Budapest 2 nights post-cruise additional golf course option arrive Budapest Sofitel Chain Bridge Hotel September 13th – September 15th, 2020
Deposit $400 per person
NEW for River Danube Golf Cruises Austria, Chez Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia May to mid-October 2020\2021\2022. 7 Night Danube River Cruise Cabin Accommodations from US$3,100 pp\dbl Category E. FREE Air April 26th River Danube Golf Cruises Austria, Chez Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia. May to mid-October 2020\2021\2022
7 Day Danube River Golfing Cruise. Offered by GolfAhoy with weekly escorted group departures from mid-April to mid-October each year from PASSAU or VILSHOFEN to BUDAPEST.
7 Day GolfAhoy Danube River Golfing Cruise with 4 optional escorted European Championship golf course shore excursions.
Lead-in Accommodations Category E Fixed Window Cabins priced from US$2,099 per person based on double occupancy.
Balcony Cabins Category SA/SB from US$7,099 per person (pictured below) and Suites priced by request and subject to availability at time of booking – ask your GolfAhoy golf cruise counselor for a quote. GolfAhoy Reservations 239.344.9187
Add 4 rounds golf package priced from US$2,099 per golfer.
QUELLNESS GOLF RESORT BECKENBAUER COURSE
Bad Griesbach, Germany
The host of the Porsche European Open
Regal golfing pleasure on lush greens and perfect fairways – this championship course, created by former Masters champion Bernhard Langer, seems to be one with the meadow landscape surrounding the small river Rott and was awarded a “world class” rating within one year of opening. The 18 holes in Penning, right beside the Porsche Golf Course, do indeed pack a punch. They don’t hold back when it comes to challenges, but also offer enough opportunities for some serious success.
What makes this golf course so special is the quality of the hand-mown greens and fairways, which remain tip-top even during the summer thanks to a double-row irrigation system.
DIAMOND COUNTRY CLUB DIAMOND COURSE
The host of the Lyoness Austrian Open
This Championship course, host of the Lyoness Open, on the outskirts of Vienna, challenges every player’s ability, thanks to the need for good course management and that important element of water. The 8th hole was designed by the legendary Miguel Angel Jimenez and really emulates the iconic Spaniard.
Experience the European Tour standard which allows for precise shots in challenging settings, far from those packed fairways. The trim cut grass and perfectly kept greens allow for the best games of golf, surrounded by beautiful and fair water hazards.
PENATI COUNTRY CLUB LEGENDS COURSE
The host of the Slovakian Open
This 18-hole golf course has been built according to plans authored by Nicklaus Design, one of the world’s leading design firms. The Nicklaus Design LEGEND COURSE complies with USGA standards at the world PGA level. 60% of the world’s golf courses which host PGA tournaments have been designed by Nicklaus Design. Along with many other scenic features, this course counts the longest hole in Europe among its challenges.
The 787 Yard par 6 15th hole awaits golf enthusiasts, offering 11 tees. The view alone is fascinating.
PANNONIA COUNTRY CLUB
The host of the Hungarian Open
The 18-hole golf course of Pannonia Golf & Country Club was designed by the famous Austrian course designer Hans G. Erhardt. The golf course lies in a valley, so the varied forms of its fairways provide a great golf experience. Lakes come into play at 8 holes and pin placements may also present a challenge at the hilly greens. With 6 different tee-boxes, both beginners and advanced players can get a true and fair idea of their golf skills. The natural environment and the beautiful carefully maintained course inspires golf players to hit great shots.
Erhardt also designed the Golf course Fontana, host of the Austrian Open for many years and believes that Pannonia is still the best course in Hungary.
The 7 Night Cruise Itinerary
Those longing for the romance of Old-World Europe will get to travel into the very heart of the continent, where empires were built, kings and queens were crowned and some of the world’s greatest music was composed and performed by the likes of Mozart and Beethoven.
Grand European cities like Vienna, Bratislava, and Budapest forever remain timeless.
Admire the beauty of Austria’s Lake District and the Czech Republic’s charming mountain town, Ceský Krumlov. From grand abbeys and fortresses perched high above the Danube to plentiful iconic UNESCO World Heritage Sites, be romanced by the Danube with all her regal and romantic splendor. COUNTRIES: Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia.
AmaMagna departs from Passau | AmaStella departs from Vilshofen
Inbound flights select Prague for arrival – transfer to your riverboat in PASSAU or VILSHOFEN.
Day 1, PASSAU or VILSHOFEN. Embark your cruise in Passau or Vilshofen. This evening meet your fellow passengers on board. (D)
Day 2, VILSHOFEN PASSAU. Explore Vilshofen’s beautiful old town before cruising to Passau, known as the “City of Three Rivers.” Join a walking tour or if you prefer to be more active, hike high into the hills for a visit to the “Veste Oberhaus,” Passau’s Castle Hill; or go on a Danube bike tour. (B, L, D)
Day 3, LINZ. Opt for a fullday excursion to Salzburg where you’ll tour the historic center, Mirabell Gardens, Residenz Square and the Old Market. Stop at Mondsee’s Basilica St. Michael, the site of the wedding scene in The Sound of Music. Alternatively, join a morning walking tour through Linz’s old city center and by the Mozart House; or bike along the city’s famed “Culture Mile” and the Danube. During the afternoon, visit the charming Czech mountain town, Český Krumlov. (B, L, D)
Day 4, SCENIC CRUISING WEISSENKIRCHEN. Cruise through the Strudengau and Wachau valleys to Weissenkirchen, the gateway to Dürnstein. Once here, you can choose to join a walking tour in Dürnstein along its cobblestone streets to the Baroque Stiftskirche, and then visit Melk’s magnificent Benedictine Abbey. For the more active adventurer, you can opt to hike up to the fortress where Richard the Lionheart was once held or take a bike ride along the Danube through the Wachau Valley. As an alternative excursion, visit a local apricot grower, where you’ll enjoy the region’s finest apricot treats. Later in the evening, enjoy a special wine tasting of locally grown, worldrenowned Riesling and Grüner Veltliner in Weissenkirchen. (B, L, D)
Day 5, VIENNA. The “City of Waltzes” offers a treasure trove of gems and your city tour showcases them, including the majestic Opera House and the former Imperial Palace. Your tour concludes in the historic city center with a visit to St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Or if you prefer a more active tour, take a guided bike ride through Vienna. During the afternoon, enjoy leisure time to further explore this iconic city. (B, L, D)
Day 6, BRATISLAVA. Host to the crowning ceremonies of 11 Hungarian kings and queens between 1536 and 1830, Bratislava certainly has earned the title “Coronation City of Kings,” as you’ll discover during your walking tour. Or join a special “Tastes of Slovakia” tour. For a more active adventure, hike up to Bratislava Castle, offering magnificent views of the city. (B, L, D)
Day 7, BUDAPEST. Your city tour begins at Budapest’s Great Market Hall, where you’ll discover plenty of delicious food and shopping. Afterward, you’ll visit both the Buda (hilly) and Pest (flat) sides of the Danube River. You’ll see the 19thcentury Chain Bridge, which connects the Buda district with Pest; and the UNESCO designated Castle Hill district, which contains some of Budapest’s most important medieval monuments and museums. As an alternative, you can hike up to Castle Hill for breathtaking views of the city below. Spend your last evening onboard cruising past the famed Parliament Building as the city turns on all her dazzling lights. (B, L, D)
Day 8, BUDAPEST. Disembark the ship as you prepare for your flight home. (B)
Alternative 10 Day and 12 Day GolfAhoy Danube River Golf Cruise Choices
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12 Day Danube River Golf Cruise Escorted Group Sept 2020 | Danube River Golf Cruise AmaMagna Anton Koch Escorted Group. Prague pre-cruise hotel check-in on September 3, 2020. Arrive in Prague Tuesday 3rd September 2020. With this particular great value-packed Anton Koch Group Platinum 12 Day VIP Deluxe Danube River Golf Cruise AmaMagna package, unlike other European River golf cruises, you won’t have to store your golf bags in your cabin and you won’t have to carry your golf travel bag from your cabin down the gangplank, across the dock to a transport vehicle then after a golf round repeat the whole carrying process in reverse. https://golfahoy.com/golf-cruise/danube-river-golf-cruise-escorted-group-sept-2020