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Prague to Paris Viking River Cruise {About the Ship}

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

This summer Kevin and I took a Viking River Cruise from Prague to Paris. This week I shared all about the beautiful places we went on the cruise. Be sure to check them out below in case you missed them:

Prague
Where to Eat in Prague
Viking River Cruise (Prague to Paris) Part 1
Viking River Cruise (Prague to Paris) Part 2
Viking River Cruise (Prague to Paris) Part 3
Paris

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

Today I’m sharing a little bit about the ship. Honestly we were not on the ship that much, we were out and about exploring for most of the day every day. I loved how we got to travel all over and see so much but we never had to change hotel rooms! :)

Here is a link to the exact cruise we took.

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

Our room was spacious and comfortable, with a private balcony for sitting outside and enjoying the view. Large bottles of toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, body wash) were provided every day. The shower was larger than the average cruise ship shower and the water pressure was amazing!!

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

Fresh fruit was provided in our room every day.

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

And of course cute towel animals accessorized with items we’d left around the room! :)

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

For breakfast there was a large buffet with a wide variety of options. In addition to the buffet, you can also order off the menu. All your meals on board the ship are included in the cruise.

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

There is another buffet and menu at lunch, and for dinner you order off the menu. Usually the meals were themed to reflect our current locations cuisine.

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

We even had a Bavarian / Oktoberfest themed dinner one night! :)

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

Of course my favorite were the desserts. ;)

Visiting Prague, Germany, Luxembourg, and Paris on the Cities of Light Viking River Cruise!

For breakfast and lunch there’s also a beautiful terrace you can sit out on if you want to eat outside.

The cruise was a great way to see a wide range of places and cover a lot of ground without ever having to pack up and change rooms. You never have to worry about figuring out what to do, because Viking will make sure you see all the highlights and will take you to them in the daily city tour. They also list all the “must-sees” in the daily itinerary in case you want to skip the tour and go out on your own.

The staff was amazing (especially our cruise director, Claudia) and they played a huge part in making the cruise so memorable for us.

If you are thinking about doing a cruise, I say go for it! I would definitely do another one.

Thanks so much for reading! Stay tuned for Paris!! :) xoxo

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8 Responses
  1. JoAnne Piccione

    We are taking this same cruise in August to celebrate our 50th anniversary and after reading your post, I am super excited. What hotel did you stay in while in Prague? Does everyone on the ship stay in the same hotel? How did you meet when you went for day tours?

  2. Donna Stassel

    I just returned from this trip.  I was pleased that the  ages ranged from late 40s and up to 80s. There is a lot of walking so most folks were mobile. While there were many couples, I think it is better for a group of 4 or more. That is my opinion but I had a great time.

  3. Dawn-Marie

    I was on this cruise..what a perfect one it was…don’t know if you saw us we were a reunion..my 80 year old Mother her 3 daughters and her son.. this was my 2nd Viking trip And it was amazing..my fav was the Grand European. Ages from 80 down to me the baby of 52.. this was neat to read ur article..it just happen to pop up.. nice reads…

  4. Kirsten

    I’m wondering about the other people on the cruise. Did you interact with others much? Do you feel like the cruise attracts a wide range of age-levels? I always think of these as being for older people!

  5. Viola

    I’m trying to convince my husband that we should take a Viking Cruise.  The itinerary stops at places we’ve never visited before and the food looks incredible.  Thank you for sharing!

  6. Danielle

    I was wondering how this cruise was in terms of rockiness. I get terrible sea sickness but would love to try this. And I don’t have an issue on Pontoon Boots or AirBoats so I’m wondering since this is just cruising down the river how it was. Thanks!!!

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