To celebrate National Nurses Week, river cruise line AmaWaterways has opened a selection of Europe sailings from October to December 2021 for eligible frontline medical heroes to receive a free river cruise with one paying guest in the same cabin.
Medical professionals enrolled in the program can now redeem their complimentary cruise certificate on a choice of 30 sailing dates in 2021. In addition, the free river cruise offer is re-opened for a limited time to active medical professionals and active first responders who may not have had the opportunity to enroll last year.
“Our frontline medical heroes have worked tirelessly over the past year to keep our communities safe, and they deserve so much recognition for their unwavering dedication,” said Kristin Karst, executive vice president and co-founder of AmaWaterways. “It is our honor to provide these selfless individuals with a much-needed break on a memorable river cruise vacation, where they can rest easy and enjoy leisurely days full of discovery in magnificent European destinations!”
A wide variety of seven-night itineraries on several AmaWaterways ships are available. Sailing with an average of 150 guests per voyage, travelers cruise on national waterways, docking in the center of iconic towns, historical villages, and vineyard regions along the Rhine, Main, Moselle, and Danube rivers.
Highlights of these itineraries include:
- Romantic Danube, which travels into the heart of the continent and visit European cities like Vienna, Bratislava, and Budapest. From meeting an apricot grower in Austria’s Wachau Valley to exploring Czech Republic’s charming mountain town of Český Krumlov, passengers will experience the romance of Old World Europe during this itinerary.
- Enchanting Rhine, providing guests with a front-row seat to beautiful scenery along the Rhine with its 40 castles along the river banks, along with magnificent cities and charming villages. Passengers will enjoy traditions like the making of Kölsch, Cologne’s legendary brew, as well as experiences such as hiking Germany’s Black Forest.
- Magical Christmas Markets, taking travelers on a journey through Christmas markets brightly decorated with wooden huts stocked with handicrafts and delicious treats. Sailing through Austria and Germany, passengers will be able to visit Nuremberg’s famous Christkindlesmarket, among many others including those in Passau, Linz, and Vienna.
AmaWaterways cruises include a number of things in the fare, such as a wide choice of expertly guided shore excursions in every port, fine dining, amenities such as open-air sundecks with heated pools or whirlpools, wifi, and beer and wine with lunch and dinner.
To take advantage of this offer, frontline medical professionals can visit amawaterways.com/hero or contact their travel advisor.
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