A-ROSA Cruises – River Cruises
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About A-ROSA Cruises:
A-ROSA Cruises is an established river cruise company in Germany that is now introducing three of its vessels to North American travelers. The sleek ships navigate the Rhine and Danube in Central Europe and the Rhone and Saone in the south of France.
A-ROSA Cruises is an all-inclusive line with an open bar with unlimited alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks and bottled water. Prepaid gratuities are also covered in the price. In addition, the line offers a variety of complimentary shore excursions in most ports, allowing you to tailor the experience on land to your own interests, whether it’s food and wine, history and culture or more active pursuits.
Onboard amenities include a putting green, a fitness room with cardiovascular equipment, a spa and a relaxing sauna with large picture windows that frame the passing scenery. The ship’s sundeck is a popular spot for lounging in a pool or whirlpool or catching a sunset.
You’ll find an English-speaking staff and an open-dining concept on board. Meals highlight delectable continental dishes and also incorporate local flavors of the sailing region. Fresh, locally grown ingredients are used. There are indoor and outdoor dining venues, and in summer, guests are treated to a barbecue on deck.
A-ROSA Cruises Destinations
A-ROSA Cruises Ships
- A-ROSA STELLA, 174 passengers
- A-ROSA SILVA, 186 passengers
- A-ROSA FLORA, 174 passengers
- A-ROSA DONNA, 242 passengers
- A-ROSA VIVA, 202 passengers
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