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Cities on the Danube

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We are taking a Viking cruise down the Danube in late May. The stops are Nuremberg, Regensburg, Passau, Krems, Vienna and Budapest. Here's the question.

We have at best a day in each of these locations. What are the 1-2 sites you would visit at each stop?

What is the local, home-cooking, traditional restaurant you would recommend?

And is there a shop or market that you think is worth the time?

The cruise booklet makes recommendations, but we are pretty sure that the restaurants are fairly standard tourism places. We believe our companions on the boat will be pleasant folk, but we don't necessarily want to run into them in town. We are used to setting our own agendas and rarely follow the group tours.

We've never done a cruise like this before. We aren't "tour group" types and are quite happy mapping out our own explorations.

Thanks so much for all your suggestions!

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