Can You Trick-or-Treat on a River Cruise?

Oh yes you can!

Although it is not a typical European tradition, the crew were not afraid to have a little fun and celebrate this (mostly) American/Canadian holiday.

It was amazing to see how with a few Halloween-themed decorations like spooky cobwebs, mummies, skulls and spider-decorated pastries —and our staff decorated in fun, festive costumes — the AmaLegro was transformed into a real Halloween party destination for the evening.

I really enjoyed the crew’s creativity in giving the ship a feeling of home and how they brought so many smiles to the faces of our guests!

Wishing everyone a Happy Halloween from the Seine!

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