This was our 3rd Uniworld cruise and our last. The food was passable at best, with poor meat quality, limited fruits, and the worst bakery products ever. The chef is into recycling and as an example we had duck with sweet/sour red cabbage at night; the next day the remaining red cabbage was mixed with white rice. Another example of the quality is a snack when we returned from the Strauss Concert; hotdogs. pretzel buns, and goulash soup at 10:30 pm The buffet has limited hours and about 1/2 way though the opening hours items are combined to one side, cheese board never replenished, etc. Not one dinner entrée was outstanding ; the veal and beef items were tough. Soups were either salty or watery. Cakes were dry, breads choices repetitive and wine selection adequate.
Service on Uni continues to be their best product. Our waiter "Z" was superb as was the entire staff.
Excursions were a mixed bag with a superb tour of Linz, a spectacular concert in Vienna, and the remaining ok. Tours tend to stop for hours at churches eliminating the time in the cities. The guides were good for the most part; I am sure it is Uniworld who plans the itinerary. By the way Brataslavia is a find, and Uni would do well to spend more time there and less in Durnstein.
Uniworld has decimated their value and you might as well take a mid range line with the largest cabin .
well if I were a betting man I would say this was not 194 sq ft. We were cramped to say the least. We were in the same cabin on the Catherine and it felt larger
The closets are poorly designed
Vienna is a superb city with incredible museums and galleries. Sadly we spent most of our time having belinni's in the galleryView All 169 City Tour Reviews