Leading shore excursion provider, Adriatic DMC has opened cruise season 2023 with arrivals into ports across Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia.
On Saturday, in the Danube River port of Vukovar in northeastern Croatia, passengers aboard AmaReina headed out on a guided walking tour of the historic city which included a visit to the impressive museum in Dvorac Eltz.
Australian tour operator APT has exclusively chartered the ship which can accommodate up to 162 guests.
The vessel continued its journey along the Danube, docking in the Serbian capital of Belgrade on Sunday. Adriatic DMC delivered shore excursions that covered adventure, gastronomy, history and culture in the metropolitan city renowned for its buzzing atmosphere.
Adriatic DMC's operations team welcomed Viking Cruises' Viking Sky to the Adriatic port of Split on Sunday where passengers explored Krka National Park, the charming town of Trogir among others. Viking Sky then sailed on to the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik, where it docked on Monday. Shore excursions delivered by Adriatic DMC included Dalmatian Coast Wine & Food tasting, Renaissance Gardens & Views, and Mostar & The Old Bridge.
Adriatic DMC managing director, Srdjan Kristic welcomed the start of 2023's cruise season, "We've hit the ground running this week with our first arrivals in ocean and river ports. I'm delighted to see how enthusiastic our suppliers and partners are about this season and of course, our operations teams working so seamlessly to deliver brilliant shore excursions in all of our ports.
"Season 2023 will be one of our busiest to date and we're coming into it fully prepared and ready for the challenge."
Viking Sky sailed in to the Bay of Kotor, Montenegro on Tuesday, its final port under Adriatic DMC's services.
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