Cruising the Danube on AmaWaterways


We invite you to take one of our Danube river cruises and see the world in luxury and comfort. River cruises in Europe are an excellent way to explore a destination. Discover local tourist  sights on included tours, and then arrive back on your luxurious river cruise ship and sail to the next city or village.  Included in the price of our river cruises are shore excursions in every port, all dining on board, fine wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner are included as well as a daily happy hour; Wi-fi and internet access are included and there are bicycles that you can use to explore the countryside  or you may decide to join one of the guided bike tours.

In Europe, one of our most popular itineraries is a Danube river cruise.  A typical itinerary for a Danube river  cruise would include destinations such as: Vienna, Austria;  Regensburg, Germany;  Belgrade, Serbia and  Budapest, Hungary.

Cruise the Danube, one of Europe’s most beautiful  rivers, as you travel from Nuremberg through the Main-Danube Canal and across the Continental Divide. Visit centuries-old towns and marvel at the beautiful scenery slowly gliding past. In  Austria you will  cruise through the lush Wachau wine region, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  At either end of the Wachau Valley are two grand capitals, Vienna and Budapest.

On our cruises, you will enjoy an extensive lineup of included tours. In most ports, you will have a choice of excursions, such as standard tours, bike tours, hikes and special interest tours. We always include a large variety of activities so that you can choose how you want to explore. No matter your preference, your days will be full of discovery and wonder.   888-869-7907

Romanian Capital of Bucharest

 Romanian Capital of Bucharest

Romanian capital of bucharestRomanian Capital of Bucharest is known for its large boulevards lined with trees. Bucharest is also well known for the night life. The elegance of the town has been nicknamed “Little Paris” and has lived up to the hype by being Romania’s largest city and surviving as a metropolis. Paris is known for its elegance so with the nick name “little Paris” many tourist are enticed to take a trip to Bucharest.

The months, May until September presents the nicest weather in Bucharest. The transportation in Bucharest is good for visitors – there is good bus system, taxis and metros are available as well.

Bucharest features several outstanding buildings and many museums and art galleries, which highlight the lifestyle of Romania. Popular sites include: Patriachs Church dominates the Bucharest skyline, Patriarchs Palace, Royal Palace Square, the Village Museum and one of the largest buildings in the world (largest civilian building in the world) – the Parliament Building. The structure combines elements and motifs from multiple sources, in an eclectic neoclassical architectural style. The building is constructed almost entirely of materials of Romanian origin.

Romanian Legend and Capital of Bucharest

Bucur is the name of the Shepard that is known to have founded Bucharest. It is said that he founded the beautiful town on the river, the Dambovita River. Bucur name actually means “joy”. Bucur played the flute and gained the attention of many whom he brought joy to and his wine allowed him to trade with the most profound locals.

Danube River Cruise

Exploring this timely town from the lower Danube cruise on an AMA Waterways, “Black Sea Voyage” may be the best idea yet. The Danube river makes for a great way to view this incredible town.

For more information contact: Europeanbarging, 888-869-7907,