As you think back to 2020, chances are you’re breathing a sigh of relief to no longer be living in “unprecedented times.” Somewhere between hoarding toilet paper and getting really into houseplants, you probably also remember the cruise industry was making waves — or rather, was trying to navigate choppy waters. There’s change on the horizon as some cruise lines are making changes to their vaccine and testing requirements.… Read moreRead More
The Rhône valley of France is home to one of the most prolific wine-growing regions on earth with over 1,800 wineries of all sizes producing a variety of vintages. The region is also one of the most historic in Europe with a healthy collection of UNESCO World Heritage sites including ancient Roman monuments, theaters and structures as well as the distinctive towns of Avignon and Lyon.… Read moreRead More
In Central and Eastern Europe, you’ll find some of the most spectacular landscapes, and architecture — castles, churches, and war memorials — as well as some of the most colorful, inviting cultures in the world. But what’s the best way to see it all? An AmaWaterways cruise down the Danube River, of course.
The journey begins with a guided tour through the beautiful medieval city of Nuremberg where you’ll see the Imperial Castle, the famous town wall, and the legendary fountain of Market Square.… Read moreRead More