Launch your Danube River journey on the AmaMagna, a contemporary ship taking you to Europe's timeless places. Sailing on four unique itineraries through four countries, your floating accommodations are a welcome haven.

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The AmaMagna is the largest luxury vessel cruising the European rivers, but bigger doesn’t necessarily mean more passengers. The AmaMgna has 98 state rooms that can accommodate 196 guests. Outside your private state room, the countryside is dotted with Medieval towns, taking you back to a simpler time. Inside, your spacious accommodations are nothing but modern. Contemporary art adds a gentle dose of color to the mostly wood and grey palette. Feel like the captain of the ship from the AmaMagna Suite’s private balcony. Sizeable bathrooms come standard, each featuring double sinks and walk-in showers.

Passengers find themselves with plenty of dining options on board the AmaMagna. Find several restaurants, including an al fresco option where you can feel the breeze in your hair while you dine. Don’t worry: you can pop into the hair salon after to get it fixed up. Make a splash in the sun deck pool or stretch your legs on the walking track. The talented pastry chef whips up tasty treats perfect for small snacks.

Kick off your AmaMagna voyage with a glass of rose from the wine bar as you enjoy a musician’s song on a violin. The Danube River has been a muse for musicians, artists, and poets for centuries. At each bend and twist of the river, you will discover something new. You can even help the captain steer the ship in the wheelhouse.

During your AmaMagna journey, you will discover the timeless cities in Hungary, Germany, Austria, and Slovakia. Each itinerary includes a variety of special interest tours so that you can fully immerse yourself into the local experiences. Disembark in Austria’s renowned Wachau Valley wine region, known for its apricot-scented variety. Shop in twinkling Christmas markets, and sample bratwurst and beer in Nuremberg’s oldest brewery. Grab a complimentary bike and weave your way through the countryside of hilltop castles and fortresses.

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