New Europe, Asia & Africa brochure features twi new itineraries, increased Christmas sailings, groundbreaking 7 river journeys and much more.
AmaWaterways have released their 2023 “Heart of the River” brochure, detailing their range of 45 fascinating itineraries across Europe, Asia, and Africa. The new brochure, available both in print and digitally, is now available to order online and provides a comprehensive look at the wide range of destinations available in 2023 onboard AmaWaterways’ luxury river cruise fleet. This includes new highlights, such as:
2 Brand New Danube Itineraries
- Majestic Capitals of the Danube: This special 5-night journey explores Old-World grandeur of Europe’s most spectacular capital cities along the Danube River, visiting Budapest, Hungary; Bratislava, Slovakia; and Vienna, Austria with up to 5 included excursions per day.
- Celebration of Classical Music: The Danube: From Strauss’s The Blue Danube to Mozart’s Linz Symphony, the Danube River has inspired countless musicians throughout the centuries. On this incredible classical music themed journey, guests will be treated to a variety of live performances by renowned musicians, as well as exclusive musical experiences, as they travel some of the most spectacular capitals – Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna – where so many famous musicians lived, composed and performed.
- Brand New Seven River Journeys: In 2023 for the first time ever, guests can experience once-in-a-lifetime journeys that include seven rivers, fourteen countries and the exclusive experiences only AmaWaterways provides, with sailings in spring, summer, or autumn.
- Brand New Christmas Sailing: A brand-new Christmas itinerary on our Gems of Southeast Europe journey. Sailing from Hungary’s capital Budapest to Romania’s Giurgiu. For the first time, guests can immerse themselves in the winter magic of Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania.
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