River cruise line AmaWaterways has opened reservations for its longest ever river cruise.
The 49-night Seven River Journey itinerary takes in 15 countries as it travels from Amsterdam to Giurgiu in Romania, all on board a single ship, AmaMora.
It sails the entire navigable length of the Rhine and Danube rivers, as well as along the Scheldt, Maas, Waal Main and Moselle.
The two 2024 cruises will also include a seven-day exploration of the lesser-visited Danube Delta region for the first time, visiting six new towns and showcasing a special folklore event in Giurgiulesti, Moldova.
AmaWaterways co-founder and executive vice president Kristin Karst said: “Since the debut of our Seven River Journeys in 2021, we have received tremendous demand from travellers who are looking to spend extra time immersing themselves in beautiful destinations throughout Europe.
“With the widespread popularity of these immersive longer itineraries, we are thrilled to announce that the 2024 spring and summer editions showcase enriching itineraries on board a single, award-winning ship – making it easy for guests to sit back, relax and enjoy the unparalleled experience of cruising seamlessly between the North Sea and the Black Sea visiting the historical sites and rich culture of the 15 countries in between.”