Germany Connections

Here are some seasonal events along the Rhine that you won’t want to miss!Read more
As the clock rolls over, what are different countries doing to celebrate?Read more
Between our luxurious onboard gala and local celebrations, there’s nothing quite like a New Year’s cruise with AmaWaterways.Read more
Taste tradition through this hearty soup – part of many German couples’ love stories.Read more
Experience Europe outdoors by bike or on a guided hike, and explore the enchanting scenery along the majestic Danube River.Read more
Basic Words and Phrases to Know In GermanRead more
The French, picturesque town of Strasbourg is the capital of Alsace, and one of France’s most beautiful cities.Read more
Culture and history abound in the beautiful town of Bernkastel on the Moselle River.Read more
Black Forest Cake is always a delicious treat.Read more
Indulge in Alsace KugelhopfRead more
Try this Traditional German SauerbratenRead more
There are probably few Bavarian cities as gorgeous as Passau.Read more
Imagine toasting to the good life aboard an AmaWaterways river cruiseRead more
Looking for a slice of Greece in Germany? Look no further than the stunning Walhalla.Read more
Why just settle for a regular cup of joe? Or even a specially whipped up espresso or caffé macchiato when you can indulge in a classic Rüdesheimer kaffee (aka Rüdesheimer coffee).Read more
Deck the halls for a festive winter wonderland this year as you sip hot chocolate, double down on gingerbread of all yummy shapes and sizes, sing delightful new and classic yuletide holiday staplesRead more
Castles are always in style – but in 1870s Germany, they were positively en vogue.Read more
“Drinking a Kölsch beer is more than just drinking a beer: it’s like drinking an entire culture.”Read more
Red sandstone ruins, majestic views over the Neckar Valley and green forests, the world’s largest wine barrel – the castle of Heidelberg is one of Germany’s most charming and romantic sights.Read more
Seemingly straight from the pages of an old German fairytale….Read more
Painter, printmaker, theorist: Nuremberg’s most famous artist-in-residence was Renaissance master Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528).Read more
Why just travel when you can travel back in time?Read more
When Walt Disney’s impressed by the fairytale charms of a town, you know something truly magical awaits.Read more
Not all German legends have been turned into hit animated movies… at least not yet.Read more
During the festive Christmas Market season in Cologne, it won’t just be the Hohenzollern Bridge that will keep your eyes all aglow on your visit.Read more