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We arrived quite late in Kelheim and only got on the last ship tour. Unfortunately, we could not leave the ship and visit the nearby Monastery with one of the oldest breweries. Still, we enjoyed the tour and admired the beautiful nature. The ships serve...More
This ferry ride was added to our visit to the Abbey. It is a "don't miss" if you have never seen the Black Forest and want to experience the narrowing of the Bavarian Danube in this location. The ferry was clean, provided smooth sailing,many a...More
I know that the rating might not be neutral, but I've grown up in the vincinty and often did the trip there. Whenever I had guests and there was time (Regensburg is such a nice city, too) i try to make a tour.
The scenery is very nice, but we had too many people on a Sunday morning around us. The ship was full (not on our way back) it was loud and we did not enjoy it. The beer garden was full and pricy. To visit the...More
I had last seen the Danube Gorge (Donaudurchbruch) about 40 years ago and it was as beautiful as ever. We took the boat from Kelheim through the gorge to Kloster Weltenburg, spent some time in the monastery and took another boat back a few hours...More
We took a small excursion boat through the Danube Gorge while drinking beer and munching on pretzels. The waters are very shallow and iron rings still remain on the high cliffs of the gorge when boatmen used to pull boats through the gorge.
This is a narrow cliff-rimmed stretch of the Danube breakthrough. Ferry/excursion boats ply these waters, carefully (and slowly) going one at a time through patches water only 5 to 6 feet deep. In times past, iron rings had been mounted into the rock wall and...More