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Danube River European Golf Cruise with Ama Waterways

Danube River European Golf Cruise with Ama Waterways

£4899 per person

7 Nights | 4 Rounds | April 2022 – September 2022 – Various Dates

Golf Travel Cruise presents this exceptional 7-night, 4-round golf, and sightseeing voyage as you cruise along the Danube visiting 5 different countries.

Your golf cruise includes 5 of the leading golf courses in Europe, including Albatross Golf Club, Quellness Golf Resort, The Adamstal Golf Resort (Host of the EuramBank Open), the Legends course Penati Country Club & Pannonia Country Club.

Designers such as Jack Nicklaus and Bernhard Langer and course shapers such as Mick McShane lay the foundation for great golfing experience.

Hosting European Tour events adds to the already high standards displayed by these golfing gems in the heart of Europe.

Imagine golfing at world-class courses in different countries all on one trip. Imagine not having to organize tee times, transportation, club cleaning, and so on.

Imagine having your favorite luxury hotel follow you wherever you go with everything you need for the perfect vacation.

AmaWaterways has created a match made in heaven to enable you to do just that—luxury river cruising and golf.

AmaWaterways’ Exclusive Concierge Golf Program includes 7 nights onboard the flagship of our Danube River fleet, AmaMagna, taking you to some of Europe’s most prestigious golf courses.

With this seamless golfing experience, guests are transferred from ship to course and back by private luxury Mercedes.

Once on the course, you need only golf and enjoy—your tee time, practice balls, and golf cart are prepared in advance, and after your round enjoy lunch in the course clubhouse.

When it’s time to transfer back to the AmaMagna, your clubs will be cleaned and ready for the next course on your golf adventure.

7 Nights Tour
18+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Budapest - Prague
  • Departure Time
    Embark / 6:00PM
  • Return Time
    Disembark / 9:00AM
  • Dress Code
    The AmaWaterways dress code suggests golf club casual on-board their ships, such as cotton or linen clothes. This could include trousers and shirt for men – without the need for a tie or jacket – and dresses or trousers with a blouse for women.
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PORTS OF CALL: 

  • Budapest, Hungary
  • Bratislava. Slovakia
  • Vienna, Austria
  • Krems, Austria
  • Linz, Austria
  • Passau, Germany

VOYAGE ITINERARY

Fly from the UK to Budapest where you will meet your AmaWaterways representative and be transferred to the ultra-luxurious, AmaMagna, and settle into your stateroom.
Your golf clubs will be taken care of and stored safely on board the ship.
Day 2: Budapest
Today's Golf: Pannonia Country Club
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.
Budapest offers an unmatched combination of culture and tradition.
Visit the Great Market Hall before going to both the Buda (hilly) and the Pest (flat) sides of the river.
You’ll see Heroes’ Square and Castle Hill, home to the Fisherman’s Bastion and Mattias Church.
As an alternative, hike up to Castle Hill for breathtaking views of the city.
During the afternoon, sail out of Budapest, passing through the scenic Danube Bend where you’ll see some of Hungary’s oldest settlements, including Esztergom, Visegrád and Szentendre.

Day 3: Bratislava

Today's Golf: Penati Golf Resort
Along with many other scenic features, this course counts the longest hole in Europe among its challenges.
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.”
Day 4: Vienna
Vienna offers a wealth of gems and your city tour showcases its regal splendours, including the majestic
Opera House and the former Imperial Palace of the Habsburgs.
Conclude your tour in Vienna’s historic city centre, and then visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral; or discover Vienna by bike.
During the afternoon, visit the UNESCO-designated Schönbrunn Palace and Gardens, the main summer residence of the Habsburg rulers.
Built in the 18th century as an imperial summer residence, this magnificent 1,441-room Baroque palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural and historical monuments in Austria.
Day 5: Krems - Spitz
Today's Golf: Diamond Country Club, Wiesenkirchen
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
Krems, gateway to the UNESCO-designated Wachau Valley, is your starting point for a visit to the lovely Baroque village of Dürnstein.
Stroll along Dürnstein’s cobblestone streets to the Baroque Stiftskirche, with its famed church tower on a walking tour.
For a more culinary-focused experience in Dürnstein, enjoy an apricot liqueur and brandy tasting and special apricot treats from a local boutique.
During the evening, be treated to an exclusive wine experience where you’ll enjoy some of the regions famous wines, including Grüner Veltliner and Riesling.
Day 6: Linz
Join a walking tour through the old city center of Linz and by the Mozart House, or bike along the city’s famed “Cultural Mile” and the Danube.
For those who love The Sound of Music, enjoy a full-day excursion to Salzburg and tour the historic center, Mirabell Gardens, Residenz Square and the Old Market.
En route to Salzburg, stop at Mondsee, home of the Basilica St. Michael, where the famous wedding scene in the movie was filmed.
In the afternoon, you can visit the charming Czech mountain town of Český Krumlov.
Day 7: Passau - Vilshofen
Today's Golf: Quellness (formerly Hartl) Golf Resort, Bad Griesbach - Beckenbauer Course
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 season.
Join a walking tour and marvel at Passau's Gothic and Italian Baroque architecture and St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
Or take a guided hike up to the Veste Oberhaus fortress.
You can also ride to Wernstein on a guided bike tour.
Later in the day, sail to the charming town of Vilshofen, where you’ll be treated to a festive Bavarian Oktoberfest celebration complete with music, beer and pretzels.
Day 7: Passau - Vilshofen
Disembark this morning, after breakfast on board.
You will be transferred to Munich for your return flight to the UK.

Location

ALBATROSS COURSE, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

Host of the Czech Open.
Designed by Keith Preston, and opened in 2009, the golf course occupies an area of more than 80 hectares (197,684 acres) and is situated on a hillside bordering the Cesky Kras Nature Reserve.
There are seven lakes on the course covering more than 20,000 square metres, 65 sand traps and more than 1200 newly planted mature trees adorning the landscape.
The leading golf course in the Czech Republic as voted for by Golf Digest, this wonderful resort will start your golfing tour off in perfect style

BECKENBAUER COURSE, QUELLNESS GOLF RESORT, BAD GRIESBACH, GERMANY

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 sufficient 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

GOLF CLUB ADAMSTAL, RAMSAU, AUSTRIA

Host of the Austrian Open
Without a doubt one of the most beautiful courses in the world, and not only according to Golf Digest.
This Jeff Howes design is truly a masterpiece and even after playing it countless times there are still moments of “Wow!” and “Incredible!”
Situated amidst the impressive scenery of the alpine foothills, Golf Club Adamstal is a true jewel—from the well-tended greens and fairways to the clubhouse.
The magnificent 27-hole course perfectly blends into the high forest, providing a place to feel at peace.
The panoramic view and the pleasant atmosphere guarantee a pure golf experience.
Amongst its fans, Golf Club Adamstal has always ranked as one of the top golf courses in Europe.

PENATI COUNTRY CLUB, LEGENDS COURSE, SENICA, SLOVAKIA

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, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

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 inspire 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.
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