Weißenkirchen (Station 17)
The community is known for its fortress church (1190), the magnificent Wachau vinyards and the romantic Danube boardwalk.Weißenkirchen, Danube station No. 17
Dürnstein (Station 20)
A marvellous panorama view of the blue abbey church and the cosy renaissance yards are worth a hike.
Krems (Station 24)
The over 1000-year-old city Krems with its historical urban image is surrounded by wine terraces and numerous cultural attractions close to the mooring.Krems, Danube station No. 24
The Benedictian monastery, also known as the "Austrian Montecassino", is situated 449 metres high at the Austrian border of the Wachau.
Spitz (Station 15)
Around the hill Tausendeimerberg, the sights to see include the castle ruin Hinterhaus, Spitz castle and Erlahof (Shipping museum), the portal "Rotes Tor" as well as the baroque houses.Spitz, Danube station No. 15
The place of discovery of the world-famous 25,000 year-old fertility statuette "Venus of Willendorf" - exhibited in the museum.
Schönbühel castle (built in 1820) sits enthroned on a rock 40 metres high, above the Danube and best seen from aboard the ship.
There was a time when robber barons shut off the Danube with chains to plunder ships. Today, charming hiking trails lead to the ruin.
Emmersdorf (Station 38)
The "cyclist village" offers an impressive view of the abbey Stift Melk. Close by: pilgrimage destination Maria Taferl, Artstetten castle.Emmersdorf, Danube station No. 38
Melk (Station 10)
The Benedictian monastery, built by Jakob Prandtauer in the 18th century, with its library (more than 80,000 printed books), the Emperor chambers and the Stift church are renowned.Melk - cut-off meander, Danube station No. 10