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All Danube stations are easily found and numerous blue and white information boards on most major streets will guide you to the Danube station you are looking for. For our liner cruises we use the Danube stations No. 10, 15, 17, 20 & 24.

Melk - cut-off meander, Danube station No. 10

Pionierstraße, A-3390 Melk

At the "Gate to the Wachau" the world-famous baroque Melk abbey
Stift Melk sits enthroned high above the Danube.

 

This Danube station is ideally suited as a landing site, particularly due to its location in an area with a low flow velocity, and it is therefore also a popular winter berth.

Emmersdorf, Danube station No. 38

The Danube station is situated directly before the centre of Emmersdorf.

 

Today, the market town is one of the leading holiday spots in this region. Emmersdorf is known as "Cyclist Village". Varied cycle tours are beeing conducted by the "Head Cyclist" alongside the Danube and through the back country of the community.

Spitz, Danube station No. 15

In the middle of the Wachau lies what is arguably the most famous wine-growing town, namely Spitz, with its marvellous vineyards and wine taverns.

 

You should make the time for a vineyard tour with a short stopover at one of the numerous wine taverns. A visit to the maritime museum in the Erlahof Castle is particularly recommendable.

Weißenkirchen, Danube station No. 17

Alongside the affiliated wine growing villages Joching, Wösendorf and St. Michael, Weißenkirchen is the centre of the wine growing Wachau.

 

Even events like the Riesling festival or the Weinherbst-season are fully dedicated to the wine.

Dürnstein, Danube station No. 20

With its blue and white church Dürnstein is virtually known as the landmark of the Wachau. The ground here is steeped in history, as told by the legend of Richard the Lionheart and the singer Blondel.

 

The picturesque town with its numerous alleyways and wine taverns calls for a stay.

Krems, Danube station No. 24

Having been awared the "Città del Vino" award Krems is the first city in Austria to be accepted into the guild of the most famous european wine cities.

 

Please use the public car parks in Krems:

 

 

Car park shipping station

Charges apply for cars, daily 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

 

Free of charge for:

  • Liner cruise guests with authorisation card (available at the BRANDNER shipping ticket sale at the shipping & world cultural heritage centre)
  • Guests of the restaurant "Wellen.Spiel" in the asigned parking spaces
  • Coaches

 

Car park Yachthafenstraße / soccer grounds

    Fee-charged greene zone
  • Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
  • Parking fee: day ticket € 4,00


Car park tickets are available at the ticket vending machine on site or cashless by mobile phone after registering under www.krems.at/parken (a small vignette has to be affixed to the windscreen).