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  • Explore Bratislava
    Sitting aside both banks of the Danube River, Bratislava borders Austria and Hungary making it the only national capital to do so. Enjoy exploring the city and admiring the fine Hapsburg baroque architecture.
  • Sremska Mitrovica
    Sremska Mitrovica was an important capital of the Roman Empire – ten future emperors were born in or near this city. Originally an Illyrian town, it was conquered by the Romans in the 1st century BC when it was known as Sirmium. It became a major trading centre for the Roman province of Pannonia and one of the four capitals of the Roman Empire. The city still has many well-preserved Roman remains, including roads and fortifications, the Imperial Palace, baths and a theatre.
  • The Iron Gates gorge
    One of Europe’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders, Iron Gate forms part of the Derdap and sits on the divide between the Carthapian and Balkan mountains. Have your camera ready as you sail between the two miles of towering rock cliffs, through sweeping natural scenery.
  • Budapest
    The Hungarian capital is a city of two halves, with Buda to the west overlooking Pest to the east. Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe, it boasts several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These include the Danube embankments, the Buda Castle quarter, Andrássy Avenue with its magnificent buildings and squares, and Europe’s oldest underground railway.
  • Austria's historic capital Vienna
    The epitome of European elegance and sophistication, Vienna owes its reputation to the cultural and architectural legacy of the Hapsburg Empire. The Ringstrasse, the Opera House and the palaces of Belvedere, Schönbrunn and Hofburg are testaments to this enduring legacy, while the music of Mozart, Strauss and Mahler are further flowerings of Vienna’s natural artistic expression.
River cruise highlights
Bratislava Castle
Explore Bratislava
Sitting aside both banks of the Danube River, Bratislava borders Austria and Hungary making it the only national capital to do so. Enjoy exploring the city and admiring the fine Hapsburg baroque architecture.

To the Heart of the Roman Empire

  • Travel insurance
  • Full board
  • Two excursions
  • Return flights and transfers
  • UK travel service
  • Wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner
  • And more...



Filia Rheni II

4 anchor rating

From the same owners as the popular Regina Rheni II and chartered exclusively for Saga passengers, Filia Rheni II is a spacious, well-appointed ship that offers a state-of-the-art cruise experience. She combines a great choice of on-board facilities with friendly and efficient service.

Factfile 

Length: 110metres
Breadth: 11.4 metres
Maiden voyage: 1999
Passenger capacity: 150
Officers and crew: 35
Passenger decks: 3
Lift: Lift between Upper Deck and Middle Deck and Restaurant and a chair lift between Upper Deck and Sun Deck.  There is no lift access to the Main Deck.
Approximate twin cabin size: 14 square metres

About the ship

All staterooms are deluxe outside with hotel-style twin beds – or double beds can be requested when booking. Both the restaurant and observation lounge have panoramic windows, there's a swimming pool, fitness area, sauna, separate smaller lounge and internet station.

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