MS Vindobona

Vienna was once a Celtic settlement called Vindobona. Around 15 B.C., this settlement was assigned to the Roman Empire and the Danube became the imperial border. Vindobona was adapted as a Roman legionary camp when the Romans built fortifications and settlements along the Danube. In 1995 the MS Vindobona was renovated and redesigned by Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The Hundertwasser ship - as the Vindobona is also called - is now itself one of the attractions of Vienna, making it one of the city's most extraordinary venues for events.

The MS Vindobona is known as a "pleasure ship to dream"! The extraordinary interior designed by Hundertwasser makes the stay on board a cultural and diversified experience.

© DDSG Blue Danube, Dieter Lampl