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Viking Idun Review

4.0 / 5.0
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122 reviews

Not So Grand European

Review for Viking Idun to Europe River
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The gladly
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2022
Cabin: Veranda Stateroom
4 widows that travel together

We wanted to experience the view from all 3 rivers, however Viking closed the upper deck for 6 days. I understand why but we would have selected another itinerary had we known this. My biggest dissatisfaction was the fact that the reason we take Viking is for their Enrichment and Shore Lectures. None of this existed on the River.

The Aquavit Terrace that is advertised as another restaurant choice that is a Grill Room isn’t correct. It serves the same food as the Dining Room.

There was not a single table suitable for 4 people to play games or cards on the entire ship. When the upper deck closed, there was absolutely nothing to do but to read. I read 6 books in 5 days. I could have done that at home.

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Veranda Stateroom

The smallest beds I’d ever seen. Barely enough room to turn over in bed. Closet was ample as was drawer space. Bathroom was extremely tight. It was easier to dress using the shower space than in the actual bathroom floor space.

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