AmaWaterways Releases 2024 “Heart of the River” Brochure

AmaWaterways has released its 2024 “Heart of the River” brochure detailing experiences that await guests across Europe, Egypt, Asia, Colombia and Africa. The new brochure is available to order from the AmaWaterways website in print version or download immediately in digital format.

In the year ahead, the company will continue on its path forward with new ships, itineraries and land packages, including the launch of the world’s longest river cruises in Europe, “Seven River Journeys,” the first-ever major river cruise along the Magdalena River in Colombia, and the all-new culinary-themed “Flavors of Burgundy” itinerary.

As the first-ever major river cruise line to sail along the Magdalena River in 2024, AmaWaterways is offering guests the choice between two seven-night itineraries, “Magic of Colombia” and “Wonders of Colombia.” Sailing between Cartagena and Barranquilla, both new itineraries take travelers down the only river in the Caribbean region to experience sites and cultural traditions recognized by UNESCO. With year-round departures, travelers can explore the “Land of a Thousand Rhythms” through shore excursions, live carnaval performances, local gastronomy, city tours and more—all included within the price of the cruise.

Awaiting guests in Colombia are two custom-built ships: AmaMagdalena, offering 30 staterooms, launching spring 2024; and sister ship AmaMelodia, offering 32 staterooms.

To make the most of guests’ time in Colombia, the line invites travelers to extend their journey with optional pre-cruise land packages in Medellín and Cartagena, and a post-cruise land package in Panama City.

Following the debut of the longest river cruise experience in Europe spanning 45 to 46 nights this year, AmaWaterways will launch an even longer “Seven River Journeys” itinerary in 2024. These two 49-night journeys will take travelers on a voyage between the North Sea and the Black Sea. Sailing through 15 countries across the entire European continent, guests will travel along the Rhine and Moselle Rivers, through the Main-Danube Canal and cruise the full length of the Danube River including, for the first time, the Danube Delta region. Also, a first for the cruise line, travelers can experience this voyage without transferring between ships, as the entire river cruise takes place onboard AmaMora.

The 49-night journey will include excursions, gratuities, airport transfers, complimentary laundry and luggage service as well as an AmaWaterways Cruise Manager.

AmaWaterways will additionally debut its new seven-night “Flavors of Burgundy” itinerary in 2024. Sailing between the Port of Dijon and Lyon, guests will explore France’s Burgundy region. They will discover Lyon’s Les Halles Market and pedal along the Saône River, all while indulging in the region’s best wines. The “Flavors of Burgundy” itinerary can be combined with pre- and post-cruise three-night land packages in Paris and Geneva. In each destination, travelers can enjoy ample leisure time and exclusive excursions for a taste of the local cultures. While in Geneva, guests can enjoy a city tour and visit the Montreux and Chillon Castle. In Paris, travelers can go on an evening illumination tour to discover why Paris is known as the “City of Lights.”

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