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Viking Baldur Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Review for Viking Baldur to Europe River
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First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Oct 2016
Cabin: French Balcony

Our first river cruise on the Viking Baldur as we like Europe and the idea of seeing many beautiful places/countries appealed to us. We also like that it's less crowded on the riverboats and you only unpack once. The ship was wonderful and even though the cabin is small there is very good use of the space. The food was incredible (lots of variety) and our servers; crew and cleaning staff were top notch; very friendly and helpful. Room was always spotless on our return.

Lots of onboard entertainment and the shore excursions were fun; informative and a great way to get a feel for the places. We had an extension in Amsterdam but even then we could have used more time. Very unique city. The Ann Frank house was a must see for us. Incidently the church beside this house is where Rembrandt is buried. We could have used another day in Budapest as well. I did find it tiresome visiting a church in every port but that's Europe.

Our only negative comments deal with the extension we took to Prague. We were bused there (9 hours) and really felt that we should have been given the option to fly or take a train to Prague. It would have saved us a day and the trip was long/boring and the two stops we made were at extremely busy eateries where we barely had time to do anything.

Cabin Review

French Balcony

Cabin D

Small but very efficient use of space. Nice bathroom; toiletries and the cabin was always spotless.

Port Reviews


Just what I would expect a German town to look like. Narrow, cobblestone streets. Very pretty.


Unique two-part city. Great parliament building.


Beautiful city. Lots of history. Astronomical clock; bridges and Old town.


Great buildings.

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