Amabella Europe River Cruise Review Day 4

Find your cruise

No cruises were found for your selection

Amabella Europe River Cruise Review Day 4

Join guest blogger Simon Clifford on his few days onboard APT River Cruises AmaBella.

Another busy day ahead today. Our first trip was a real boys day out, as we were headed of the Audi Museum in Ingostadt. Here 100 years of automotive history is laid out over four floors, starting with company’s first car in 1899 right though to the modal of the 2036 ’car’, used in the sci-fi movie IRobot. Other highlights include the 1923 Wanderer, the only vehicle in the exhibition never to have been used. It was found in a crate in a warehouse in Sydney in 1995 having ever been claimed! And the VW Polo with its Audi Badge, something that was quickly changed once VW discovered what a great little car it was!

In the afternoon it was back to the ship, which was now docked in the Medieval town of Regensburg. A pretty town full of cobbled streets, historical buildings, the high gothic cathedral and stone bridge, which made the town a major trading port on the Danube. Finally today we had some sunshine, and a beer festival was in full flow, which gave us all some time to relax and enjoy some of Germany’s national drink.

Related Articles

APT River Cruises

Enquire now Sign up to e-news
10 years of The Luxury Cruise Company

Latest tweets

Read our Antarctica #exploration #cruise #review on @Silversea. So much #wildlife - -…
4 hours ago

Thinking of a Danube #river cruise? Read our first-hand cruise review here on @AmaWaterways…
7 hours ago

Celebrity Cruises to spend $500 MILLION on Celebrity Revolution! But what is it? Learn more here!…
9 hours ago

Popular posts

Seabourn Ovation - First look at this new luxury cruise ship
Read more about Seabourn Ovation - First look at this new luxury cruise ship

Enriched Voyages on Silversea
Read more about Enriched Voyages on Silversea

Top Ten Ports to Cruise Into
Read more about Top Ten Ports to Cruise Into

Enquire now
Ask our specialists

020 7838 5991