13 Viking River Viking Legend Cruise Reviews

We chose this cruise for the tour down the Danube. Our first river cruiswe and we were thrilled. We met wonderful people and the staff was amazing. Very friendly and helpful. The food was delicious. The cruise itself was so fun and ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the tour down the Danube. Our first river cruiswe and we were thrilled. We met wonderful people and the staff was amazing. Very friendly and helpful. The food was delicious. The cruise itself was so fun and picturesque. We really enjoyed the tours and learned so much about the history and culture of the cities and tours. We started 2 days ahead in Prague and then went to Passau, Germany to start our cruise. So many places to see! The ship was clean and the cabin, although small was very organized and you had room to unpack and put your suitcase under the bed. The ports were fun and the excursions we chose were enjoyed! Panoramic tours of the cities: a wine tasting in Austria, bread making at a farm in Linz, A market tour with our chef in Vienna, A Mozart/Strauss concert in Vienna. We would have loved to stay in Brataslava to enjoy the Slovakian food but sadly we were there just a half day. Such beautiful cities and towns. We loved them all - Budapest is very interesting and beautiful.We arrived at night and saw the beautiful parliament building all lit up looking gold with a full moon shining also. Very impressive. I think people with mobility issues would find this trip a challenge. Lots of walking and cobblestone streets in these centuries old cities. The food was delicious with many choices and fare from the areas we toured, The piano player at night was great. Someone complained in a previous comment - we enjoyed him. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
We have sailed on both Viking River and Viking Ocean ships, which we have enjoyed a great deal. When we saw the itinerary for this trip we decided to go. We are very glad that we did, because we had the most wonderful time. The ports of ... Read More
We have sailed on both Viking River and Viking Ocean ships, which we have enjoyed a great deal. When we saw the itinerary for this trip we decided to go. We are very glad that we did, because we had the most wonderful time. The ports of call were all amazing. We saw and learned a great deal at each stop. All the tour guides were excellent and we especially found the tour guide for the Schonbrunn Palace to be exceptional. There were many highlights of the trip, but two I would like to mention was the Mozart and Strauss concert we attended in Vienna and sailing through the Wachau Valley. We found the service on the ship to be excellent. We were met at Munich Airport by Viking representatives and were brought to the ship promptly, where our cabin was ready for us, and lunch was being served. The wait staff in the dining room was very attentive, the bar staff was top notch and our cabin was kept spotless. Even though we had a substitute program director he did a great job. The hotel director went out of his way to make sure the guests had a good time. We met many nice people and enjoyed dining with them. We found the food to be good. A nice touch was there was coffee and tea service available all day long. In the evening there was a pianist in the lounge and there was an occasional evening activity. The reason why I did not give this trip a 5 star rating was that we have sailed Viking in the past and found the Viking Legend did not have some of the amenities the other ships have. We missed the Aquavit Terrace and the food choices that were available there. We also found that the ship was in need of some updating in that we saw carpets that were worn and needed replacement. We also missed the heated bathroom floors. Before sailing, many fellow passengers received notice that the water level on the Danube was low, but we never received this e-mail. On day 6 of the cruise we were informed that the water level was too low to sail into Budapest and we would have to dock about 45 minutes away and would be bused into Budapest. We were disappointed we would not be sailing into Budapest at night, as we heard this was an amazing experience. Due to many passengers having early morning flights back to the USA, and the ship was docked a distance from the airport, Viking put a number of passengers on the last night into a hotel in Budapest. We were one of the people put into the hotel and I have to commend Viking for how they handled the situation. Even though we had to pack a day earlier than planned and say goodbye sooner to friends we had met, Viking placed us into a very nice hotel, provided a buffet dinner and had a bagged breakfast ready for us in the morning. In the morning the program director was at the hotel making sure we got on the buses safely to get to the airport. In summary we enjoyed our vacation and great deal and hope to sail on Viking again. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
First time on River Cruise. Really appreciated the size and intimacy of a river cruise. Also, being able to walk off the ship right into town for serval of the ports/ cities along the Danube. Service was excellent. Really enjoyed most of ... Read More
First time on River Cruise. Really appreciated the size and intimacy of a river cruise. Also, being able to walk off the ship right into town for serval of the ports/ cities along the Danube. Service was excellent. Really enjoyed most of the excursions. Excellent in country guides. Highlights of the trip: mid day organ concert in Passau, sailing through the Wachau Valley, Sailing into Budapest at night, visit to Gottesweig Abbey, Mozart Concert in Vienna, visit to Medieval Town of Czesy Krumwald( Czech Republic. ) Food was a bit of a letdown. breakfast were fine but dinners lacked taste. We decided to have two dinners off the ship. Found a fun Greek restaurant in the square in KremsAustria and an excellent Hungarian restaurant along the Danube by the Chain Bridge in Budapest. Really appreciated the daily briefing provided by David our Cruise Director. Evening entertainment was a bit hokey. Enjoyed how to make apple strudel demonstration with ships chef. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
My best friend and I chose this trip for a special 60th birthday cruise and a retirement present for myself. As first time cruisers of this type we thought an all inclusive escorted cruise was the way to go and it certainly was. The ship ... Read More
My best friend and I chose this trip for a special 60th birthday cruise and a retirement present for myself. As first time cruisers of this type we thought an all inclusive escorted cruise was the way to go and it certainly was. The ship was clean and the crew were all welcoming and pleasant. Our cabin was relaxing and the floor to ceiling window was so nice to see all the scenery we were passing going down the river. The dining was amazing, our plan was to have eggs benedict every morning and creme brulee every night, the food was so fresh and some of the best I've ever had. Not one thing was near sub-par. The chef highlighted and explained the regional specialties and even gave us a tour of the kitchen. The mid ship coffee-cookie station was a favorite spot, every night Raquel would put out "good-night" oatmeal cookies and macaroons plus chocolate chip cookies were available all day with all varieties of teas and coffees. The library was a quiet place at the back of the ship to sit and relax to take in the scenery. The shore excursions were well planned, I would of liked to have had more time to shop for souvenirs. The tour buses were very comfortable, what a great way to sight-see on the way to the excursions. I would definitely go again and am thinking about an ocean cruise with Viking based on the river cruise experience. Going into Budapest at night with the well lit buildings and bridges was a sight I'll never forget. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
Second riverboat cruise, since enjoyed first one so much. Like personal touch of riverboats. Comfortable rooms and well-serviced. Get to know other travelers with open seating at all meals; have made many new friends on our cruises. ... Read More
Second riverboat cruise, since enjoyed first one so much. Like personal touch of riverboats. Comfortable rooms and well-serviced. Get to know other travelers with open seating at all meals; have made many new friends on our cruises. Attentive staff who quickly learned our names and beverage preferences. Shore excursions included, and most guides are very good. Each meal had a featured menu for the area visiting. Daily newsletters very informational. Also, additional activities were added, e.g. another shore excursion, entertainment, on-board lecture. Everything on the boat was great. Customer Service at headquarters was not as good the second time around. Did not have just one rep to work with. Reps were not as knowledgeable about cruise and itinerary as the first cruise we took. Also, the map and itinerary in book we received prior to sailing was incorrect. Improvements needed in Customer Service, We are looking forward to taking another cruise next year, but will be more contentious of Customer Service and not take some things for granted and get more info in writing rather than orally. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
Great destinations, all stunning European cities, met many interesting cruisemates.State room was adequate enough, although small. Ship was dated, looks like a refurbish is in order (carpeting). The crew were friendly and efficient with ... Read More
Great destinations, all stunning European cities, met many interesting cruisemates.State room was adequate enough, although small. Ship was dated, looks like a refurbish is in order (carpeting). The crew were friendly and efficient with their tasks. Food was very good, as always on Viking. Onboard credit should be usable for applying towards tipping the ship crew/staff. Some of the ports were jammed with other cruiselines, which was surprising..we expected other riverboats due to popularity, but still it was crowded, having to walk across other boats to get to shore. Mostly, the tour guides were knowledgable, friendly, and open to questions. Then again others were rushed to maneuver through crowded streets, especially in the major cities. Larger groups are not desirable, since the guide is forced to spend valuable time herding everyone. Airport Transfers worked fine, and the porters did a good job of handling our bags. After having been on a Viking ocean before this, my wife and I prefer them for the comfort and overall experience. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
This was an excellent way to explore the Danube region. Great historic sites and scenery, but after a while there is a sameness to the cathedrals and castles and it is almost too much to absorb at one time. Cobblestones are ... Read More
This was an excellent way to explore the Danube region. Great historic sites and scenery, but after a while there is a sameness to the cathedrals and castles and it is almost too much to absorb at one time. Cobblestones are "quaint" but they play havoc with lower back and legs. Our floating home was very comfortable and the crew were friendly and helpful. Food was well presented and provided an authentic taste of the region. Viking is a leader in the industry and they have mastered the logistics of managing their guests so that everything runs as smoothly as a Swiss clock. Shore excursions are well planned and comprehensive. Not too much time spent in gift shops either! We did not travel until mid October. In retrospect, we should have gone earlier as the weather was bleak for most of the trip -- the kind of bone-chilling damp that leaves you wanting something warm as soon as you return to base. Traveling earlier in the year (September) would have improved odds of more favorable conditions. Also, this weather did not make it easy to get good photographs along the way. Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
We just returned from Viking's Romantic Danube Cruise from Budapest to Nuremburg and had a wonderful time! We chose this tour because I really wanted to see these cities and our extension to Prague. And we chose Viking because of the ... Read More
We just returned from Viking's Romantic Danube Cruise from Budapest to Nuremburg and had a wonderful time! We chose this tour because I really wanted to see these cities and our extension to Prague. And we chose Viking because of the cost, it's reputation and the number of years they have sailed and ships that they have. From the very start we were treated like Royalty. Being picked up at the airport without any worries and wisked off to our ship. Food and drinks awaited us. Our rooms were ready even though it was still morning. Yes, the rooms are small, it's a ship, remember? But it was fine! In fact we were not in the room that much. My biggest concern in booking this trip was that I was sure I wanted a room with either a balcony or the picture windows. Well they were all sold out. So we took a room on the lower level with smaller windows. We were VERY happy that we didnot spend all that extra money on the other rooms. We were seldom in our rooms. AND when we were cruising we wanted to be on the upper deck where we could see BOTH sides of the shore. Plus we were with friends. We could not have gathered in our room, way too crowded for that. The crew was exceptional, especially our Program Director, Suzanna and our Conciere, Edit. Edit arranged bikes for us at one port and gave us countless other ideas of things to do in port and how to get from one place to another. Suzanna was on top of everything and both always had a smile on their face. I'm not sure when they ever slept because they were everywhere. Food was plentiful and delicious. The staff was right there to serve and were very happy accommodate any special requests. Our room was spotless! Our maid was in there cleaning and turning down beds, etc, countless times a day. Superb! There is not a lot of entertainment on the ship but I knew that ahead and didn't expect it. After dinner we were usually very tired from a busy day and getting ready for the next. We are very active 60 year olds and loved the busy days. If you have trouble walking around or just like relaxing, you may want to consider another tour. The potrts were marvelous. Budapest was so pretty. Be sure to go to the thermal baths! They were divine! We did not do the extention in Budapest and that would have been a good idea, especially because we were there on a Sunday and there was a marathon going on. Several places were closed for the day so we missed seeing them. We went on an excursion to Salzburg and I would not recommend it. Too far to go by bus, too crowded, not enough free time. I would stay in Passau. LOVED Regensburg! Such a sweet old town, untouched by the war. So glad we did the extention to Prague. Just magnificent! And Viking did a great job of getting us a great hotel right in the middle of the city. Plus we got a great city tour through Viking. Vikingt handled a few problems very professionally. No one can predict the river water levels and yes we did have to go by bus to our last 2 ports. Disappointing but I would not blame Viking. Also, that same week we were there Viking was dealing with the boat crash. The staff again handled themselves very professionally. Overall, we loved our trip! And highly recommend Viking! I will do another river cruise some day, I hope, and I will stay with Viking. Thanks, Njord staff and crew! Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
Good and bad, mostly good. Good = a clean, quiet ship; every meal began on time; meal servers efficient, attentive -- ready with coffee refresher, ready with a second glass of wine or beer; meal portions sensible; food tasty, nicely ... Read More
Good and bad, mostly good. Good = a clean, quiet ship; every meal began on time; meal servers efficient, attentive -- ready with coffee refresher, ready with a second glass of wine or beer; meal portions sensible; food tasty, nicely presented; breakfast buffet variety of items (cereals, eggs, omelets, sausage, fruit, croissants, jams/jellies, OJ, grapefruit juice, coffee, tea, butter, honey, etc.); 24/7 quality coffee from a dispenser near the lounge; treats (cookies, pastry) always available by the dispenser; sanitary standards obviously a priority, from your room to the hallway to the lounge to the restaurant Bad = tours to Salzburg and Durnstein too much emphasis on shopping -- not worth the 2-hour trip to Salzburg, although scenery was beautiful; Salzburg bus dropped you off just outside the main shopping district (don't believe the Web and brochure of the Salzburg gardens because it is only about two blocks long and a block wide) and although some free time was available to get to the hilltop castle there was not enough time to actually stroll into the city proper to see neighborhoods and other city life; Durnstein was one long, narrow street packed with touristy shops, with the ancient castle perched above, reachable by a hike on a steep trail, which actually was good exercise; my advice is to skip Salzburg and stay in Linz to see the city there and you'll have all day to do it; conversely, not nearly enough time in Vienna, only a morning tour with afternoon free time -- it's a city worth part of another day, which could be accomplished by leaving Durnstein off the itinerary and just docking in Melk, with its beautiful abbey. Good = some of the local tour guides who actually were informative because they mentioned modern life in whatever community we were in (Bratislava, Budapest, Passau) with details about the economy, housing prices, political conditions -- in addition to the usual history info. Bad = some of the local tour guides who stuck to a script and did not deviate, had almost no sense of humor or otherwise put no personality into their talk (Salzburg, Vienna). Good = free time in Passau and Budapest to explore the cities on your own, get away from the tourist areas. Bad = not enough independence allowed you, because we would rather have gone off on our own with a good local sightseeing book rather than being stuck in a slow-moving group. Good = attitudes of ship's crew, servers, program director and assistants, concierge; all to be expected, of course, because their livelihood depends on it, but still pleasant to encounter. Bad = attitudes of too many fellow passengers who never tipped the local tour guides or bus drivers; this is inexcusable because that's how these people earn extra income and saving a few euros a day by not tipping just so you can pay for the extra booze you want is awful. Good = We did our airline travel, and we would recommend it because you can rest a day before your cruise and you can continue to where you want to go when you want to go. However, even though we booked our own flights Viking made sure we had transportation (we paid for transfer from Budapest hotel) and a Viking representative met us at the airport as the sun rose in the sky to make sure we got through the baggage process. Viking doesn't forget you when you leave the ship. Would we go again? A couple years from now. Meanwhile, what we learned was how to plan our own trip at less expense. We took trains before and after our cruise (this was a dream vacation that stretched to 22 days) and now we feel comfortable navigating Europe (English, French, German trains).   Read Less
Sail Date September 2014
We did the Danube cruise with the Prague extension. A few thoughts: 1. Unlike other reviewers, we found the food to be good - - not gourmet restaurant but we never had a bad meal and the staff did all they could to accomodate you. A few ... Read More
We did the Danube cruise with the Prague extension. A few thoughts: 1. Unlike other reviewers, we found the food to be good - - not gourmet restaurant but we never had a bad meal and the staff did all they could to accomodate you. A few people on the ship were Vegan and complained about their choices. For the most part the wine included with the meal was good. 2. Cabin was fine - it's on the minimalist side but very efficient. We could store all our things. The bathroom was small and a 'wet room' - i.e. no standalone shower. It was manageable. These older Viking ships don't have balconies. When we looked at the newer ones when docked near them, the balcony seems to have taken the space from the room. The Legend had 2 sitting chairs by the window and this suited us better - the small cabin seemed bigger. One other passenger complained to me about her cabin. She had expected more from the brochure and she made a good point. Viking touts the 2 for 1 sale so you think you are getting a bargain on a LUXURY room/experience. For the 1/2 price the facilities are fine but she felt it was a bait and switch. (she thought there should be better linens/down comforters and pillows, more than Walmart art, cleaner carpet etc.). I agree that if I'd paid the full price I would have been pickier. As it is, I felt the accommodations were an OK value....given all the other things included in your fare price. 3. There are more OPTIONAL excursions than I thought there would be - - not quite as inclusive as expected. On the other hand, that gave you great flexibility to do things on your own. All tour guides were good to very good. 4. Downside: Viking is a victim of its own success. We have travelled twice with Uniworld (didn't this time since we booked too late) and I feel they are a better choice. Our Rhine trip with them had a smaller guest count (140 vs 190) and the staff really worked to get to know you. The Hotel Manager on Viking seemed to know people by name and would even join us in the lounge for a chat. The staff seemed to be more flexible if you had an issue - e.g. a couple of times on Viking one staff member would just pass the problem off by telling us to go ask a different person who told us to ask someone else). Also, at every stop there was at least one other Viking ship - - if not 2 or 3. For tours, our ship group was divided into 4 groups of about 40+ each. Well, that was the same for the other Viking ships; so often when we were on shore gathering for our tours there were 8 or 12 or 16 different groups forming (with associated buses sometimes). We got to joking that "the Vikings have invaded". Now, if you've only done BIG ship cruising, this seems like no big deal....but we noticed that there was usually only ONE Uniworld boat in any port and their tour timing must have been different because there was no Uniworld mob....same with Tauck and Avalon - maybe one ship to VIking's 2-3-4. So -- those people seemed to be having a more personal experience. Granted, if we'd never been on Uniworld, this probably would not have been an issue at all - - and its just a preference thing. I list it because so many people say there is little difference - but the 'little' does make a difference to some. 5. Prague extension: About 25-30 from our ship went on to Prague. We stayed at the Hilton Atrium - a convention hotel not very central and 1/2 the rooms window onto the interior atrium. Guests in those rooms were unhappy to not be able to see any of Prague out their window. Breakfast was included and it was fantastic. Viking has a big reception desk for themselves and it was total chaos. Guests from all their ships - those extending and those doing Prague BEFORE their cruise were all piling in. (I don't know how many but it seemed like 150+ people) The staff were young and not well organized. The brochure says they will help you plan your time in Prague (since only a 1/2 day tour is included in the $699/pp price - about $1400 a couple = it's not a real bargain for 2 people but being transported from ship to Prague was a plus)....well, having done a bit of research on a few things beforehand, I found I knew more about things than the staff did - they could tell you the common place things but not other things (e.g. they didn't even know that there was a tour of the fantastic Municipal building and you had to book ahead...they said 'you just walk around'). And they never offered to book anything for you. NOT a concierge experience. Also, my husband got sick the day of the tour in the morning. I went to the Viking desk to ask for some assistance and the staff person said "I'm too busy, go ask the hotel". Well, I did and they called the doctor and he visited and gave a script - my husband spent the day in bed). The HOTEL followed up with me that evening and asked how he was doing and could they do more....Viking never inquired (we'd also signed up for the optional Lobowicz tour - $135 which my husband missed. I really didn't expect them to refund it - - but it would have been a nice customer service gesture). OK - seems like I've listed a lot of negatives but all were manageable. We had a great trip, met wonderful people (be friendly it makes a difference - even if you are travelling with friends, welcome others into your little group !!). The Danube itinerary is chock full - - you see A LOT in a small amount of time - - just a nibble of each but enough to get the sense of the places and if you want to return. The smaller towns were a wonderful break - - Passau was an unknown for me and it might be my favorite. River cruising has a lot to offer. FYI, the guests on ours were about 50% USA then some Canada and many Brits. The age skews older - mid 60's up to late 80's. Some of the oldest are the sharpest and most travelled - they were inspiring (since we were on the younger end). Hope this helps you! Read Less
Sail Date August 2014
As this was my third trip with Viking, I expected an excellent time on my trip, and that' s exactly what I got. The on shore trips were quite enjoyable. The amount of free time that we are allowed has extremely improved from the ... Read More
As this was my third trip with Viking, I expected an excellent time on my trip, and that' s exactly what I got. The on shore trips were quite enjoyable. The amount of free time that we are allowed has extremely improved from the previous trips that I have taken (Russian Czar Trip and Danube Christmas Markets) The romantic Danube trip was great since it coincided with the Christmas Markets so actually it was better than the previous Christmas on the Danube trip the previous year, except we didn't get to go to Linz. I would and have highly recommended Viking to my friends for these reasons. 1. Great for history and art lover. 2. Easy traveling for all age brackets. 3. Friendly ship personnel for the most part. (Russian the best) 4. Beautiful scenery and choice of cities visited. 5. Great breakfasts. 6. Wonderful entertainment aboard. 7. History on board has been so-so. Needs work!! Russian cruise was good. 8. Dinners need improvement. Too much like hospital food. 9. Modified walking trips for those who cannot keep up with rigorous paces. 10. Clean and good size rooms. 11. Internet not so great, so don't depend on for urgent communication. Too few computers also. 12. The pianist have been spectacular! 13. Front desk personnel could be friendlier. Waiters are "stuffy" except for the Philippian waiters. Housekeeping are quite and polite. Overall, I enjoyed my three trips with Viking and would do it over again. I also want to do future trips with them. I also have a family member that has gone on three cruises with Viking. Read Less
Sail Date December 2011
Hats off to Viking for once again providing a fabulous river cruise experience. Budapest was one of those destinations to which I probably would never have visited had it not been on the itinerary. I thoroughly enjoyed exploring the city ... Read More
Hats off to Viking for once again providing a fabulous river cruise experience. Budapest was one of those destinations to which I probably would never have visited had it not been on the itinerary. I thoroughly enjoyed exploring the city on my own as well as the shore excursion from Viking. As usual, the tour guides were quite knowlegable and interesting. The cabin was nice and roomy. I just wish the windows had been larger like those on the Sky. Our cabin steward was exceptional. The two most outstanding memories aboard the ship were listening to the talented pianist and being able to enjoy the wonderful dining experiences offered by the remarkable chef. Both of those men are treasures. This was the second time I had traveled to Vienna, and I was able to see it from an entirely different perspective being on a river cruise. My biggest regret is that I did not choose to attend the evening concert while in Vienna. Very few of us were left aboard the ship. My husband and I had thought about signing up for that excursion so many times, but in the end decided not to do so. When we heard such outstanding reviews from those who attended, we were very disappointed that we had not gone. Anyone who takes this cruise should definitely attend the concert in Vienna. This was only my second river cruise, and we have booked another one for later this year. I must say that I'm hooked! The atmosphere aboard the smaller river cruises is far superior to that of the huge ocean cruise ships. It's a delightful experience getting to know the staff, and Viking Cruises hires extremely professional and personable staff members. Here's hoping that I get to enjoy many more relaxing vacations with Viking. Read Less
Sail Date July 2011
We landed in Amsterdam but without luggage for 5 days. Cruise line (viking) took good care of us and assisted us in getting luggage 5 days later. Program Director provided great assistance/services like free long distance phone calls to ... Read More
We landed in Amsterdam but without luggage for 5 days. Cruise line (viking) took good care of us and assisted us in getting luggage 5 days later. Program Director provided great assistance/services like free long distance phone calls to airlines, laundry and other needed help. Well Done Joe! Food on board was excellent as was dining room services. Trip visits were excellent but too short in each port, but time was limited and we knew this before travelling. Rooms were good, clean and enough space for short trip (14 days). Crew members/dining room/reception persons spoke English and had great attitudes, service oriented. On board entertainment was OK and bar services speedy and lots of options. Wine at dinner was guaranteed at 2 glasses per person but turned out to be free and unlimited for all evening dinners. Crew seemed to want to do a lot of " extra" free services in order to please clients. Well done! Not much to complain about except that due to large size of ship, many docking were not "down-town" and so busing had to be used to local towns. Tours were mostly included and local guides proved to be knowledgeable, with all good speaking English. Internet access was "spotty" and web site access needs more clarity. Many could not get on the web using their procedure. Too complicated. Overall, a great experience but not perfect. However, we felt that they were really trying to do a great/better job. Boat vibrations at night caused some sleep problems. Side thrusters I believe caused the vibrations. Next to no wave problems at all. Bathroom floor could have been cleaner (looked a bit dirty or stained)? Shower slide rod, had to be adjusted twice as it kept slipping down. Read Less
Sail Date September 2010
Viking Legend Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabin 5.0 N/A
Dining 4.0 4.5
Entertainment 3.0 4.0
Public Rooms 5.0 4.5
Fitness & Recreation 3.0 N/A
Family 1.0 3.4
Shore Excursions 5.0 N/A
Enrichment Activities 3.0 N/A
Service 4.0 4.7
Value for Money 4.0 N/A

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