PLUS - A Bonus Exclusive
Receive a $300 onboard credit per stateroom on select voyages
Book now, offer ends April 30th, 2018!
Incredible Savings With AmaWaterways
An AmaWaterways river cruise is about more than the destination - it's the journey. Our European cruises let you explore the small inlets along the picturesque rivers. See the world in luxury and comfort with AmaWaterways.
Colours of Provence - $150 onboard ship credit
7 Night Cruise | Roundtrip from Paris | October 18 and November 1
From romantic cities to foodie havens and artistic epicenters, this itinerary enlivens all your senses. Starting from Lyon, France’s culinary capital, savor the beauty of legendary vineyards and imbibe in local vintages like Beaujolais and Côtes du Rhône. Enjoy hunting for truffles, refining your Provençal cooking skills, and learning how to pair chocolate with wine. Trace the steps of famous artists in Arles and Avignon and be inspired!
Magnificent Europe - $300 onboard ship credit
14 Night Cruise | Amsterdam to Budapest (or reverse) | December 21
Delve into Europe’s past and present along three rivers and through five countries. The Rhine, Main and Danube yield way to countless UNESCO World Heritage Sites from Cologne’s cathedral to the Melk Abbey. Visit four capital cities—Amsterdam, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest—along with towns seemingly lifted from the pages of fairytales such as Miltenberg, Bamberg, Nuremberg and Dürnstein. Discover the romance, intrigue, history and culture on this magnificent journey through time.
Blue Danube Discovery - $150 onboard ship credit
7 Night Cruise | Budapest to Nuremberg | August 4 and November 10,18
Discover a wealth of art, history and cultural treasures as you cruise to some of Europe’s most famous destinations. From Budapest, journey to Bratislava, Vienna, Passau and the 2,000-year-old town of Regensburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along the way, visit magnificent cathedrals and Baroque abbeys, sample Vienna’s sinfully rich sachertorte cake, experience the breathtaking scenery of the Wachau Valley winemaking region and traverse Europe’s Continental Divide.