Your clients can take advantage of free roundtrip airfare promotion, flying for free from more than 50 U.S. and Canadian gateways on select 2019 AmaWaterways Europe river cruises (promo code FLYFREE-EB).

In addition, 2-for-1 savings is now being offered on AmaWaterways’ Medieval Treasures itinerary, departing Nov. 15 (promo code 2FOR1).

Furthermore, in honor of CLIA’s October 2018 Choose Cruise month, guests who book any 2018 departure and select 2019 departures between Oct. 1-31 will get $50 onboard credit per person when using promo code OBC50-CLIA (must request at time of booking).

Family Time
AmaWaterways ships will be sailing select itineraries in conjunction with Adventures by Disney on the Danube, Rhine, and Seine rivers in 2019. The Seine itinerary is a 10-day/9-night, all-inclusive adventure through France; the Rhine itinerary is an 8-day/7-night, all-inclusive adventure to six destinations in four countries—France, Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands; and on the Danube, there’s an 8-day/7-night, all-inclusive adventure to eight destinations in four countries—Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary—as well as an 8-day/7-night, all-inclusive holiday adventure to seven destinations in three countries—Germany, Austria and Hungary.

Special Interest Tours
AmaWaterways provides unparalleled Special Interest Tours on each itinerary, specially designed to place guests amid local life and culture. One such tour is the unique Lahneck Castle visit by candlelight, which is offered on Europe’s Rivers and Castles & Enchanting Rhine itinerary.

Lahneck Castle is a 13th century medieval fortress located in the riverside town of Lahnstein. Guests are invited on a guided tour of the castle perched atop a steep rock hilltop above the confluence of the Lahn River and the Rhine, where they’ll hear stories of legends surrounding this castle, some including the Archbishop of Mainz and the twelve Knights Templar.

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