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Passenger river transport in Slovakia

Slovenská Plavba a Prístavy (Slovak Shipping and Ports–Passenger Shipping - SPaP-LOD)

Slovenská Plavba a Prístavy (Slovak Shipping and Ports–Passenger Shipping - SPaP-LOD)

This company, based at the Bratislava Passenger Port, is the leading passenger boat operator on the Danube departing from Bratislava. It provides a wide range of scheduled sightseeing, ferry and charter services.

International scheduled cruises:
Bratislava-Vienna-Bratislava, Vienna-Bratislava-Vienna, Bratislava-Budapest-Bratislava

Sightseeing cruises:
Bratislava-Devín Castle-Bratislava, Bratislava ‘between-the-bridges’ sightseeing trip, roundtrip hydrofoil to Gabčíkovo

Charter cruises:
To check servives or to buy tickets go to www.lod.sk or contact the sales office on +421 2/ 5293 2226 or travel@lod.sk.

Twin City Liner

The Austrian-based Central Danube Region company runs river connections between Bratislava and Vienna on two high-speed catamarans. Vienna and Bratislava are the two closest EU capitals, with only 60 kilometres separating the two cities. The Twin City Liner goes from city centre to city centre. Its scheduled service starts in April 2009.

To see check services or to book tickets go to www.twincityliner.com

Topic: Transport


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