Linz – Schloegen River Bend – Passau

An unforgettable trip through the Upper Danube valley

From the end of July until beginning of October we offer a boat trip from Linz to Passau every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. The Upper Austrian Danube valley, as a popular holiday region, offers numerous sights such as the monasteries Wilhering and Engelszell and the nature monument “Schlögener Donauschlinge” (Schloegen River Bend). You travel through Aschach, Schlögen and Engelhartszell to Passau.
Passau, the “Town of the Three Rivers” at the German-Austrian border enchants with its Italian flair. This interesting boat trip can be combined with a bicycle trip. We transport your bike for only € 2 per bicycle.

Note: A return by boat ist not possible at the same day.

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DATES:

every Saturday and Sunday from August 13th to October 2nd in 2022
(schedule see below)
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DURATION:

2:20 p.m. until 8:50 p.m.
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PRICES:

€ 33.– per person (one way)
€ 35.– per person (round trip by ship, return by ship not possible the same day)
€ 46.– per person combination ticket ship/train (journey by boat, return by train)
– further information about the combined ticket see below.
children (6 to 13 years inclusive) 50 % discount, children up to 5 years free
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DINING ON BOARD:

Dine on board a la carte. For groups we have special offers.

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Our tip – Combination tickets ship/train

Combine the cruise Linz – Passau with a return by train

Combination ticket ship – train
Ticket price 2022: € 46.– p.p. Linz – Passau – Linz
Time table please look at Austrian Railway Federation, free choice of trains
Only available at Wurm & Noé.

Linz, “Donaupark”  at the Lentos Art Museum

Discount for groups: 7.5 % discount from 21 paying adults.

Special rates apply to kindergartens and school classes.

Reservation required!

Bicycles permitted, transport costs € 2.– per bicycle.

Dogs are allowed and free of charge. Please take your dog on a leash.

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