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Scenic Danube culinary cruise comprises traditional food and wine

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In Vienna, passengers will learn about the city's long tradition of wine production, sample Austrian Sekt, and atttend a classical concert
Scenic’s 2023 eight-day gastronomy-inspired ‘Gems of the Danube’ sailing will involve an array of food, drink, tastes and smells.

In autumn, Scenic stated it would repeat some of its 2022 culinary cruises this year, including ‘Tastes of Southern France’ and ‘Flavours of Bordeaux’ which offer a combination of truffle farming, cooking classes with local master chefs and chocolate tasting.

Gems of the Danube

Starting in Munich, Scenic Pearl will journey to Regensburg and explore Bavarian brewery Kuchlbauer’s World of Beer. 

Journeying from Linz to Passau, passengers can learn local culinary skills with an on board cooking demonstration plus sample regional delicacies on the voyage along the Wachau Valley. 

In Vienna, those on board will learn about the city’s long tradition of wine production and sample fine drinks, before trying a glass of Austrian Sekt during a private classical evening concert at the Palais Liechtenstein with Scenic Enrich. 

Learning how to make a Hungarian dish at a class hosted by a local cook while in Hungary will follow. 

Nuremberg, Melk are Dürnstein are also on the itinerary.

Prices start from £2,865 per person.

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