Danube CruiseEssential info
Airline: British Airways
Length of flight to Munich: 1 hour 50 minutes
Flight departs UK: 07:00
Return returns UK: 17:25
Regional connecting flights are available to Heathrow from the following airports: Aberdeen, Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle and Shannon for a supplement which can be as little as £165 return.
You can also fly direct to Munich from the following airports for a supplement: Birmingham and Manchester. Please enquire when booking.
If you choose to fly from a local airport, extra administration is required and you will be met and escorted by taxi transfer separately from the main group.
*All details are correct at the time of going to print and flight times may be subject to change.
*Please note on regional (and connecting) departures an additional overnight stay at a supplement may be required due to limited schedules. Please enquire when booking.
All five countries visited on this cruise British Citizen and EU Citizen Passport holders can currently enter all five countries freely with no restrictions or other documentation required.
The UK has now left the European Union and we are in a period of transition. There is no need to worry when planning your holidays as it is very much business as usual and the EU has agreed visa-free travel for all UK citizens.
For holidays that return before Dec 31st 2020 no additional period of validity is required on your passport. After this date, you must ensure that your passport is still valid for six months after the date of your return.
For the most up to date entry requirements and travel advice we recommend that you log on and enter your passport details into, the simple to use, foreign office passport checker website which will tell you immediately if your passport will need renewing before your holiday.
If you hold a passport from another country, we recommend that you contact your nearest embassy regarding visa or other entry requirements.
People with British subject or British overseas citizens’ passports are also advised to check.
Embassy of Germany
23 Belgrave Square
London SW1X 8PZ
t: (020) 7824 1300
Embassy of Austria
18 Belgrave Mews
t: (020) 7344 3250
Embassy of Hungary
t: (020) 7201 3440
Embassy of Serbia
28 Belgrave Square
Tel. (+44) 020 7235 9049
Embassy of Slovakia
25 Kensington Palace Gardens
Kensington W8 4QY
t: (020) 7313 6470
Health and wellbeing
During the transition period – until Dec 31st 2020
You will still be able to use European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). Should you require medical help whilst away in most cases you will be able to use this card along with your passport and you should not be charged in a hospital. Doctor’s clinics may on some occasions charge as it is up to their discretion. If you do not already possess one of these cards you can apply for one online by visiting: https://www.ehic.org.uk, or by calling 0300 330 1350. There is no cost for the card, so be aware of some websites which may try to charge. Please note that you will still require your own holiday insurance.
After the transition period – from Jan 01st 2021
The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) will no longer be valid for UK citizens. Adequate insurance cover will be required for all hospital emergencies and doctors’ visits. We do require details of your travel insurance policy well in advance of your departure.
Mobile phone charges
Roaming charges will remain the same during the transition period until December 31st. After that, it will depend on the current negotiations and all providers will update their customers once agreements have been made
Foreign & Commonwealth Advice
For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information, click here.
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