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View Sailings AmaWaterways is regarded as the leader in European river tours. Afterall, one of the company’s cofounders, Rudi Schreiner, grew up next to the Danube River in Vienna and is credited with developing the concept. The river cruising idea came to him when the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal opened in 1992, and not too long after that, he and his fellow cofounders launched AmaWaterways.
View Sailings AmaWaterways introduces travelers to the best of Africa, Asia, and Egypt.
View Sailings From the breathtaking beauty of the Mekong to the ancient treasures of the Nile, the exotic rivers of the world have long enchanted AmaWaterways’ guests. In 2024, AmaWaterways will introduce travelers to Colombia’s Magdalena River.
View Sailings AmaVerde

Itinerary*: Budapest, Mohacs, Pecs, Vukovar, Novi Sad, Belgrade, Golubac Fortress, Iron Gates, Vidin, Rousse, Veliko Tarnovo, Giurgiu, Bucharest, Giurgiu

*Itinerary may operate in reverse. 
View Sailings AmaCerto
Immerse yourself in a feast for the senses as you travel through the Netherlands and Belgium. Taste rich Belgian chocolates and admire the beautiful architecture and artistry of castles. Inhale the aroma of freshly pressed Belgian waffles and Dutch street fries and feel the gentle breeze dance along your cheeks as you cruise through the Amsterdam canals.
View Sailings AmaCerto, AmaLucia, AmaSiena
7-NIGHT ITINERARY: Basel, Breisach, Riquewihr, Strasbourg, Ludwigshafen, Heidelberg, Rudesheim (overnight), Lahnstein, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam (overnight)
Itinerary may vary.
View Sailings Paris always sizzles while Normandy beckons with its stunning coastline, incredible food and artistic beauty. Monet’s Gardens and the charming harbor town of Honfleur, will inspire you the same way as they inspired the great Impressionists. For inspiration of a different kind, travel the “Routes des Abbayes,” visiting some of the most magnificent monasteries, and to the unforgettable beaches of Normandy where Allied forces landed during WWII’s D-Day invasion. Relive the grandeur of royalty at Chateau de Bizy, once referred to as “the Versailles of Normandy.” Blend a passion for the good life with culture, art, architecture and timeless landscapes, and you have Northern France.
View Sailings From romantic walks to red wine, Bordeaux is the cultural capital of all that is quintessentially French. Follow wine's journey from countryside to cask as you tour centuries-old vineyards and taste Bordeaux's finest vintages throughout your river cruise experience. Step into living history when you visit historic Roquetaillade Castle and Château Boutinet, delighting in their elegant décor and regal architecture. Then, contrast their grandeur with the pastoral gems including the historic village of Saint-Émilion and the seaside resort of Soulac-sur-Mer. Explore the cobblestone streets of Bordeaux and the rolling hills of the French countryside by foot or by bicycle, experiencing southern France according to your tastes. After indulging in Bordeaux's colorful culture and rich flavors, you and your palate will remember this journey for years to come.
View Sailings From romantic cities to foodie havens and artistic epicenters, this itinerary enlivens all your senses. Embark in Lyon, France’s culinary capital and savor the beauty of legendary vineyards and imbibe in local vintages like Beaujolais and Côtes du Rhône. You can even become an expert in all things culinary: go in search of the highly prized “Black Diamond” truffles and learn how to pair chocolate with wine. Trace the steps of famous artists in Arles and Carrières des Lumières. Lower the drawbridge of your fantasies in Avignon, a sprawling commune with an overwhelming array of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, intriguing art museums and historic charm, before your return flight home.
View Sailings Grand cities blend in perfect harmony with their historic past and their progressive future. Inspirational towns have given way to great stories, poetry and music, like Heidelberg, where Mark Twain wrote A Tramp Abroad. Timeless traditions remain intact—from the making of Kölsch, Cologne’s legendary brew, to the making of Rüdesheimer coffee. Take a front-row seat on an enchanting journey that takes you along the Rhine and through its designated UNESCO World Heritage Site with its 40 castles strung like pearls on its river banks and to magnificent cities and charming villages alike.