Peter Deilmann - Mozart Review

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Peter Deilmann - Mozart Review

The ship docked in the cities of Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava, as well as several lovely small towns such as Durnstein and Melk in Austria and Esztergom in Hungary. The two main appeals of this luxury river cruise is the interesting itinerary and the comfortable, spacious room cabins. The food was plentiful and beautifully served. Every day I was brought a multi-course lunch and dinner, with some dinners featuring the Austrian and Hungarian cuisines of our ports of call; it was these dinners that I was impressed by the most. Even the daily afternoon tea reflected the itinerary, which I enjoyed fully. The meticulously maintained Mozart offered a surprising number of facilities even for a luxury river ship, such as an indoor pool and small fitness centre, and a library. It was the best luxury river cruise that I have been on.

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