A long horizontal crimson-red rose, decorating the A-ROSA DONNA’s white hull, informs us that we have found our 100 cabin river cruiser at Engelshartzell, Austria. The 118-metre ship will be our home for the next five nights for a cruise that takes us on a dramatic section of the Danube through Vienna and out to Budapest. Then back via Bratislava and the famed Wachau Valley.
Ladies are welcomed on board with a rose and there is afternoon tea, sandwiches and cakes for all whilst luggage is efficiently whisked to cabins.
A-ROSA DONNA have designated this as an International Cruise, operating in both German and English but there are many American guests and some Danes. After all, the Daube is probably, the