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AmaWaterways adds second seven river journey

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A suite on the double-wide AmaMagna, which operates the bulk of the Danube portion of the journey
Following a strong response to its first 'Seven River Journey Through Europe,' AmaWaterways added a new 45-night itinerary.

This features the springtime floral splendor of Netherlands and Belgium along with the opportunity to experience the double-wide AmaMagna sailing the upper and lower Danube during the final two weeks of the trip.

Three vessels, 14 countries

Sailing on three vessels, the 'Seven River Journey – Spring' will traverse 14 countries. It sets off April 20, 2023, from Avignon, France, on AmaKristina and ends June 4, 2023, in Giurgiu, Romania. Fares start at $24,999 per person, double occupancy, plus port charges.

'Our first Seven River Journey – Summer received such a positive response that I am overjoyed to provide our guests yet another incredible extended journey designed to fully immerse them in European culture and create memories that will last a lifetime,' said Kristin Karst, EVP and co-founder of AmaWaterways. She added that one cruise manager will take care of travelers throughout the entire journey to ensure a seamless transition from vessel to vessel.

Sailing from Avignon, passengers will cruise the Rhône River to Lyon, the gastronomy capital of France, then transfer to Basel, Switzerland, where AmaCerto awaits, to explore the Dutch waterways (Scheldt and Maas rivers) then the castle-studded Rhine and a scenic trip along Moselle, Main and Main Danube Canal.

Transfer to AmaMagna

In Vilshofen, Germany, passengers will embark on the last two legs of the journey aboard AmaMagna, sailing to capitals and villages along the upper and lower Danube, and through Bulgaria and Romania.

AmaWaterways' first 'Seven River Journey Through Europe' was announced in early March, limited to 144 passengers for the June 2023 departure, and quickly filled.

 

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