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Colors of Provence

3 Nights Paris pre-cruise, 7 NIght Rhone Cruise and 3 Nights Barcelona post-cruise (or reverse direction)

2021 & 2022 Departure Dates & Pricing

Paris to Barcelona (or reverse) - 14 days

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Ship - Amakristina

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Detailed Itinerary: Paris to Barcelona

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Day 1: Arrive in Paris, France

Arrive in Paris and check in to your hotel.

Day 2: Paris

Enjoy a morning tour taking in the signature sites of Paris, including the awe-inspiring Arc de Triomphe and iconic Eiffel Tower. (B)

Day 3: Paris

Enjoy a full day at your leisure to discover more of this romantic city, such as the world-renowned Louvre Museum or Musée d’Orsay. Perhaps go shopping in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré district or simply relax and spend the day like a local – by scoping out a local café for a café au lait, toasted baguette or croissant. In the evening, visit Montmartre, long known as the city’s premier artist's enclave. During the mid to late 1800s, artists also began calling Montmartre home. Pissarro and Jongkind were two of the first to live there, followed by other notable artists, including Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Pablo Picasso. You’ll be taken on an evening illumination tour, discovering why Paris is renowned as the “City of Light.” (B)

Day 4: Paris - transfer to Lyon (Embarkation)

Check out of your Paris hotel and head to the train station to board the TGV high-speed train through the French countryside to Lyon. Once in the “food capital of France,” marvel at an indoor market hall where you’ll have a chance to sample of the delicacies offered by butchers, bakers, chocolatiers and cheesemongers while taking in the colorful sights and enticing aromas around you. Afterward, embark the ship in Lyon for your Colors of Provence cruise. (B,D)

Day 5: Lyon

Discover dynamic Lyon, starting in Fourvière Hill, part of the city’s historic region that is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the 19th-century basilica Notre-Dame de Fourvière. Continue on to the old town of Lyon, followed by a guided walk through the St. Jean district, where you will be introduced to the city’s unique covered walkways, known as “traboules.” Alternately, join a guided bike tour through the city designed with cyclists in mind. In the afternoon, enjoy the rest of your day at your own leisure to explore the city. (B,L,D)

Day 6: Villefranche-sur-Saone

Travel to the Beaujolais wine region—known as the Pays d’Or or “land of the golden stones.” Indulge in a wine tasting at a traditional winery and learn about the history and techniques of their vineyard. (B,L,D)

Day 7: Vienne

Situated between the wine regions of Beaujolais and Côtes du Rhône lies Vienne with a Roman past that can be seen in its marvelously preserved ruins. Follow the footsteps of the ancient Romans on a walking tour to see the amazingly well-preserved Augustus and Livia Temple, the Saint Maurice Cathedral, a Gothic church that took more than 500 years to build, and St. Pierre Abbey—one of the oldest surviving churches in France, and now an Archaeological Museum. For those wishing to be more active, you can either take a guided hike from the ship to the Monastery at Mount Pipet or a guided bike tour along a portion of the ViaRhôna bike route. (B,L,D)

Day 8: Tournon

YYou have a choice of three excursions. Take an exclusive private train ride past magnificent landscape carved along the Gorge du Doux, stopping at the charming little station of Colombier le Vieux-Saint Barthélemy le Plain, where the train maneuvers in preparation for its return journey. Alternatively, lovers of wine and chocolate will want to visit Le Château de Tournon for a presentation and tasting on the pairing of red wine and chocolate. For a more active adventure, take a hike through the vineyards of Tain l’Hermitage, followed by a visit to a local winery where you’ll sample some of the wines. (B,L,D)

Day 9: Tarascon

Provençal town Tarascon is known for its medieval architecture and charming tales – especially the legend of the Tarasque monster. Join a guided walking tour where you’ll visit the Roman ruins of Arles such as its Roman Amphitheater and the Church of Saint Trophime, famous for its Romanesque architecture. Alternatively, you can enjoy a bike ride along the Rhône, through town to the Langlois Bridge, a famous subject from several Vincent Van Gogh paintings. And for those who wish to delve further into Van Gogh’s Arles, join a special walking tour along with a visit to the Vincent van Gogh Foundation, showcasing his legacy. During the afternoon, you’ll visit the enchanting medieval fortress, the Castle of Tarascon – a fortress designed to protect but surprises all with its elegant interior, fit for royalty. Or, delve deeply into the Carrières de Lumières, where you’ll be treated to a spectacular presentation of art, sound and history projected on the former limestone quarry walls of caves. Alternately, you can enjoy an excursion to explore the medieval, walled village of Aiges-Mortes. Then, you'll drive to the beautiful Camargue National Park, a protected natural territory that lines the Mediterranean Sea south of Arles. Afterwards, venture to the medieval hilltop village, Les Baux de Provence. In the evening, enjoy an illuminations cruise around Avignon. (B,L,D)

Day 10: Avignon

Depending on your interests, you have three choices of excursions for the morning. Avignon, aptly named the “City of Popes,” was the center of the Catholic Church in the 14th century when its “Palais des Papes” was the equivalent of today’s Vatican. Discover the history of Avignon on a guided walking tour that includes the Papal Palace and the well-preserved medieval walls surrounding the historic center of town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can visit three venues around Avignon to taste regional specialties including macarons, cheese and wine, and tapenades or you can enjoy a bike tour. During the afternoon, you can go to another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the impressive Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct that is a masterpiece of ancient engineering. Alternately, you can go to the magnificent hilltop village, Grignan. After visiting this enchanting Provençal town, go in search of the highly prized “Black Diamond” truffles with a farmer and his trustworthy canine companion. (B,L,D)

Day 11: Avignon, France (Disembarkation) - transfer to Barcelona, Spain

Disembark your ship in Avignon and board the TGV high-speed train to the city that inspired Antoni Gaudí and is certain to inspire you. (B)

Day 12: Barcelona

Barcelona, the bustling capital of Catalonia, is an artist’s, architect’s, foodie’s, historian’s and culturist’s dream. Tour the cobblestoned lanes of the Gothic Quarter in the medieval city center and Las Ramblas. See some of Antoni Gaudí’s imaginative architectural creations, La Sagrada Familia. (B)

Day 13: Barcelona

Join an excursion to the mountain Montserrat, which is home to the Benedictine monastery of Santa Maria de Montserrat, located about 30 miles from Barcelona. Once there, you’ll ride a scenic funicular to the top of the mountain and experience an indescribable view of the Catalonia landscape. The monastery, officially founded in 1025, soon began to receive pilgrims and visitors who contributed to the spread of stories of miracles and wonders performed by the Virgin Mary. The whole of Montserrat is built around facilitating the worship of the Black Madonna in the Basilica. While here, you’ll see the famous Black Madonna sculpture, which sits at the back of the church, above the altar area. The stairway leading to the statue, plus the room and altar in which the statue sits are ornate, golden and pay tribute to the wonder that is the Virgin herself. (B)

Day 14: Depart Barcelona

Bid farewell to Barcelona and prepare for your homeward flight. (B)

Departures & Pricing

Detailed Itinerary: Barcelona to Paris

Skip to Paris to Barcelona itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Barcelona, Spain

Check into your Barcelona hotel for the beginning of your Colors of Provence pre-cruise land program.

Day 2: Barcelona

Barcelona, the bustling capital of Catalonia, is an artist’s, architect’s, foodie’s, historian’s and culturist’s dream. Tour the cobblestoned lanes of the Gothic Quarter in the medieval city center and Las Ramblas. See some imaginative architectural creations, highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Works of Antoni Gaudi,” including La Sagrada Familia. (B)

Day 3: Barcelona

Join an excursion to the mountain Montserrat, which is home to the Benedictine monastery of Santa Maria de Montserrat, located about 30 miles from Barcelona. Once there, you’ll ride a scenic funicular to the top of the mountain and experience an indescribable view of the Catalonia landscape. The monastery, officially founded in 1025, soon began to receive pilgrims and visitors who contributed to the spread of stories of miracles and wonders performed by the Virgin Mary. The whole of Montserrat is built around facilitating the worship of the Black Madonna in the Basilica. While here, you’ll see the famous Black Madonna sculpture, which sits at the back of the church, above the altar area. The stairway leading to the statue, plus the room and altar in which the statue sits are ornate, golden and pay tribute to the wonder that is the Virgin herself. (B)

Day 4: Barcelona - transfer to Avignon, France (Embarkation)

Check out of the hotel and board the TGV high-speed train to Nimes. Then you will transfer via bus to Avignon where you’ll board your luxury ship. (B,D)

Day 5: Tarascon - Avignon

Provençal town Tarascon is known for its medieval architecture and charming tales – especially the legend of the Tarasque monster. Join a guided walking tour where you’ll visit the Roman ruins of Arles such as its Roman Amphitheater and the Church of Saint Trophime, famous for its Romanesque architecture. Alternatively, you can enjoy a bike ride along the Rhône, through town to the Langlois Bridge, a famous subject from several Vincent Van Gogh paintings. And for those who wish to delve further into Van Gogh’s Arles, join a special walking tour along with a visit to the Vincent van Gogh Foundation, showcasing his legacy. During the afternoon, you’ll visit the enchanting medieval fortress, the Castle of Tarascon – a fortress designed to protect but surprises all with its elegant interior, fit for royalty. Or, delve deeply into the Carrières de Lumières, where you’ll be treated to a spectacular presentation of art, sound and history projected on the walls of caves. Afterwards, venture to the medieval hilltop village, Les Baux de Provence. Alternately, you can enjoy an excursion to explore the medieval, walled village of Aiges-Mortes. In the evening, enjoy an illuminations cruise around Avignon. (B,L,D)

Day 6: Avignon

tholic Church in the 14th century when its “Palais des Papes” was the equivalent of today’s Vatican. Depending on your interests, you have three choices of excursions in the morning. Discover the history of Avignon on a guided walking tour that includes the Papal Palace and the well-preserved medieval walls surrounding the historic center of town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Or, you can visit three venues around Avignon to taste regional specialties including macarons, cheese and wine, and tapenades. During the afternoon, you can go to another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the impressive Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct that is a masterpiece of ancient engineering. Alternately, you can enjoy a bike tour through the city. (B,L,D)

Day 7: Viviers

Take in the quaint surroundings of Viviers, a charming commune that sidles up to the right bank of the Rhone. From Viviers, travel to the magnificent hilltop village, Grignan. After visiting this enchanting Provençal town, go in search of the highly prized “Black Diamond” truffles with a farmer and his trustworthy canine companion. (B,L,D)

Day 8: Tournon

Admire the hilltop village of Tournon with its imposing castle. You have a choice of three excursions. Take an exclusive private train ride past magnificent landscape carved along the Gorge du Doux, stopping at the charming little station of Colombier le Vieux-Saint Barthélemy le Plain, where the train maneuvers in preparation for its return journey. Alternatively, lovers of wine and chocolate will want to visit Le Château de Tournon for a presentation and tasting on the pairing of red wine and chocolate. For a more active adventure, take a hike through the vineyards of Tain l’Hermitage, followed by a visit to a local winery where you’ll sample some of the wines. (B,L,D)

Day 9: Vienne - Lyon

Situated between the wine regions of Beaujolais and Côtes du Rhône lies Vienne with a Roman past that can be seen in its marvelously preserved ruins. Follow the footsteps of the ancient Romans on a walking tour to see the amazingly well-preserved Augustus and Livia Temple, the Saint Maurice Cathedral, a Gothic church that took more than 500 years to build, and St. Pierre Abbey—one of the oldest surviving churches in France, and now an Archaeological Museum. For those wishing to be more active, you can either take a guided hike from the ship to the Monastery at Mount Pipet or a guided bike tour along a portion of the ViaRhôna bike route. Later in the day travel to Lyon, considered the “Food Capital of France.” Take a walking tour that starts in Fourvière Hill, part of the city’s historic region that is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the 19th-century basilica Notre-Dame de Fourvière. Continue on to the old town of Lyon, followed by a guided walk through the St. Jean district, where you will be introduced to the city’s unique covered walkways, known as “traboules.” You can also visit the famous indoor market hall Les Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse, named after the late chef renowned for his Michelin-starred l’Auberge du Pont de Collonges restaurant. There you’ll have a chance to sample of the delicacies offered by butchers, bakers, chocolatiers and cheesemongers while taking in the colorful sights and enticing aromas around you. Alternately, join a guided bike tour through the city designed with cyclists in mind (B,L,D)

Day 10: Villefranche

Visit a traditional Beaujolais winery and learn the history and techniques of their vineyard. Plus, enjoy a tasting of their specialty. (B,L,D)

Day 11: Lyon (Disembarkation) - transfer to Paris

Disembark the ship and enjoy tasting some local Lyon specialties before boarding your high-speed train to Paris and checking into your hotel. (B)

Day 12: Paris

Enjoy taking in the signature sites of Paris in your guided city tour, including the awe-inspiring Arc de Triomphe and iconic Eiffel Tower. You’ll see Champs Élysées with its cinemas, sidewalk cafes and luxury specialty shops. (B)

Day 13: Paris

Enjoy a full day at your leisure to discover more of this romantic city, such as the world-renowned Louvre Museum or Musée d’Orsay. Perhaps go shopping in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré district or simply relax and spend the day like a local – by scoping out a local café for a café au lait, toasted baguette or croissant. In the evening, visit Montmartre, long known as the city’s premier artist's enclave. During the mid to late 1800s, artists also began calling Montmartre home. Pissarro and Jongkind were two of the first to live there, followed by other notable artists, including Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Pablo Picasso. You’ll be taken on an evening illumination tour, discovering why Paris is renowned as the “City of Light.” (B)

Day 14: Paris

Bid farewell to Paris and prepare for your flight home. (B)

Departures & Pricing

Advisments:

  • A valid passport is required for travel. Passports must be valid at least 6 months after the last day of travel.
  • Please check visa requirements with your local consulate(s); responsibility for obtaining visas rests with the traveler.
  • For reasons of navigation and passenger safety, the cruise operator and the Captain of the ship reserves the right to modify the itinerary of the cruise.
  • Alternate Extension: Instead of the 3 nights in Barcelona, you may opt to spend two nights in Marseille. Package includes: transfer from/to ship, 2 nights hotel accommodation at Grand Hotel Beauvau, buffet breakfast daily and half day Marseille sight seeing tour. Marseille option is additional $600 per person + Cruise Only Rates.

Departure Dates

Start City

Rates are in $ USD and are PER PASSENGER sharing twin cabin

Cruise fares are capacity controlled and are subject to change at any time without notice

From Barcelona
Program Start Date
Cruise Embarkation Date (from Avignon)
Lower Deck aft - Cat. E w/window
Lower Deck - Cat. D w/window
Middle Deck - Cat. CB w/french balcony
Middle & Upper Deck Aft - Cat. CA w/ french balcony
Middle Deck - Cat. BB w/ twin balconies
Upper Deck - Cat. BA w/twin balconies
Middle Deck - Cat. AB w/twin balconies
Upper Deck - Cat. AA w/twin balconies
Upper Deck - Suite w/twin balconies
Aug 2, 2021
Aug 5, 2021
$6,769
$7,068
$7,468

$7,768

$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$10,368
Aug 16, 2021
Aug 19, 2021
$6,769
$7,068
$7,468

$7,768

$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$10,368
Aug 30, 2021
Sep 2, 2021
$6,869
$7,168
$7,568

$7,868

$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$10,468
Sep 13, 2021
Sep 16, 2021
$6,869
$7,168
$7,568

$7,868

$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$10,468
Sep 27, 2021
Sep 30, 2021
$6,869
$7,168
$7,568

$7,868

$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$10,468
Oct 11, 2021
Oct 14, 2021
$6,669
$6,968
$7,368

$7,668

$8,268
$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$10,268
Oct 25, 2021
Oct 28, 2021
$6,369
$6,668
$7,068

$7,368

$7,968
$8,168
$8,368
$8,568
$9,968
Nov 22, 2021
Nov 25, 2021
$5,969
$6,268
$6,668

$6,968

$7,568
$7,768
$7,968
$8,168
$9,568
Dec 20, 2021
Dec 23, 2201
$5,669
$5,968
$6,368

$6,668

$7,268
$7,468
$7,668
$7,868
$9,268
Mar 21, 2022
Mar 24, 2022
$6,069
$6,368
$6,868

$7,168

$7,768
$7,968
$8,168
$8,368
$9,668
Apr 4, 2022
Apr 7, 2022
$6,469
$6,768
$7,268

$7,568

$8,168
$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$10,068
Apr 18, 2022
Apr 21, 2022
$6,669
$6,968
$7,468

$7,768

$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$10,268
May 2, 2022
May 5, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
May 16, 2022
May 19, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
May 30, 2022
Jun 2, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Jun 13, 2022
Jun 16, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Jun 27, 2022
Jun 30, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Jul 11, 2022
Jul 14, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Jul 25, 2022
Jul 28, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Aug 8, 2022
Aug 11, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Aug 22, 2022
Aug 25, 2022
$6,969
$7,268
$7,768

$8,068

$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$9,268
$10,568
Sep 5, 2022
Sep 8, 2022
$6,969
$7,268
$7,768

$8,068

$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$9,268
$10,568
Sep 19, 2022
Sep 22, 2022
$6,969
$7,268
$7,768

$8,068

$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$9,268
$10,568
Oct 3, 2022
Oct 6, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Oct 17, 2022
Oct 20, 2022
$6,669
$6,968
$7,468

$7,768

$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$10,268
Nov 14, 2022
Nov 17, 2022
$6,169
$6,468
$6,968

$7,268

$7,868
$8,068
$8,268
$8,468
$9,768
 
From Paris
Program Start Date
Cruise Embarkation Date (from Lyon)
Lower Deck aft - Cat. E w/window
Lower Deck - Cat. D w/window
Middle Deck - Cat. CB w/french balcony
Middle & Upper Deck Aft - Cat. CA w/ french balcony
Middle Deck - Cat. BB w/ twin balconies
Upper Deck - Cat. BA w/twin balconies
Middle Deck - Cat. AB w/twin balconies
Upper Deck - Cat. AA w/twin balconies
Upper Deck - Jr. Suite w/twin balconies
Jul 26, 2021
Jul 29, 2021
$6,769
$7,068
$7,468

$7,768

$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$10,368
Aug 9, 2021
Aug 12, 2021
$6,769
$7,068
$7,468

$7,768

$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$10,368
Aug 23, 2021
Aug 26, 2021
$6,869
$7,168
$7,568

$7,868

$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$10,468
Sep 6, 2021
Sep 9, 2021
$6,869
$7,168
$7,568

$7,868

$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$10,468
Sep 20, 2021
Sep 23, 2021
$6,869
$7,168
$7,568

$7,868

$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$10,468
Oct 4, 2021
Oct 7, 2021
$6,769
$7,068
$7,468

$7,768

$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$10,368
Oct 18, 2021
Oct 21, 2021
$6,569
$6,868
$7,268

$7,568

$8,168
$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$10,168
Nov 15, 2021
Nov 18, 2021
$6,069
$6,368
$6,768

$7,068

$7,668
$7,868
$8,068
$8,268
$9,668
Mar 14, 2022
Mar 17, 2022
$5,969
$6,268
$6,668

$6,968

$7,568
$7,768
$7,968
$8,168
$9,568
Mar 28, 2022
Mar 31, 2022
$6,269
$6,568
$7,068

$7,368

$7,968
$8,168
$8,368
$8,568
$9,868
Apr 25, 2022
Apr 28, 2022
$6,769
$7,068
$7,568

$7,868

$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$10,368
May 9, 2022
May 12, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
May 23, 2022
May 26, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Jun 6, 2022
Jun 9, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Jun 20, 2022
Jun 23, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Jul 4, 2022
Jul 7, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Aug 1, 2022
Aug 4, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Aug 15, 2022
Aug 18, 2022
$6,869
$7,168
$7,668

$7,968

$8,568
$8,768
$8,968
$9,168
$10,468
Aug 29, 2022
Sep 1, 2022
$6,969
$7,268
$7,768

$8,068

$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$9,268
$10,568
Sep 12, 2022
Sep 15, 2022
$6,969
$7,268
$7,768

$8,068

$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$9,268
$10,568
Sep 26, 2022
Sep 29, 2022
$6,969
$7,268
$7,768

$8,068

$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$9,268
$10,568
Oct 10, 2022
Oct 13, 2022
$6,769
$7,068
$7,568

$7,868

$8,468
$8,668
$8,868
$9,068
$10,368
Oct 24, 2022
Oct 27, 2022
$6,469
$6,768
$7,268

$7,568

$8,168
$8,368
$8,568
$8,768
$10,068
Nov 7, 2022
Nov 10, 2022
$6,169
$6,468
$6,968

$7,268

$7,868
$8,068
$8,268
$8,468
$9,768
Nov 21, 2022
Nov 24, 2022
$6,169
$6,468
$6,968

$7,268

$7,868
$8,068
$8,268
$8,468
$9,768
Important: Dates, prices & itineraries are subject to change.
Port charges: Additional $210 USD per person.
For Single Traveler: Single Supplement applies for Cruise: +50% of twin, for Suites +100% of twin; Single Supplement for Land Program: Please call for pricing.
For 7 nights Cruise Only (no Paris & Barcelona): Subtract $2,670 USD from above per person rates.
Transfers at Start/End of Program are available for purchase. Please call for details.
Please select bedding configuration at the time of booking. The choices are: Choice A - two twin beds; Choice B - One large beds (larger than queen size)

Prices Include:

▪ 3 nights hotel in Paris at the Renaissance Arc de Triomphe (or similar; hotel subject to change), including city tour, Montmarte, illumination tour and daily breakfast
▪ Transfer from the hotel to Lyon via high-speed TGV train

▪ 7-night deluxe Cruise from Lyon to Arles (or reverse) in selected cabin category

▪ Life enriching tours and excursions daily with personal headset included

▪ State-of-the-art Infotainment System in all staterooms featuring free-high speed Internet access, hit Hollywood movies, extensive music library and English language TV stations

▪ Complimentary Wi-Fi access on board

▪ Terry bathrobes and white-on-white plush bedding in all staterooms

▪ Gourmet dining with all meals included during your cruise  

▪ Unlimited fine wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner

▪ Unlimited sparkling wine, and fresh juice with breakfast

▪ Bottled water in every stateroom replenished daily

▪ Cocktail Reception, Welcome Dinner and Captain's Gala Dinner

▪ Transfer from the ship in Arles to Nîmes with highlights tour and then high-speed TGV train to Barcelona

▪ 3 nights hotel accommodations in Barcelona at Renaissance Barcelona (or similar; hotel subject to change), including daily breakfast

▪ Special highlights including lectures, theme dinners, cooking demonstration, onboard music performances and afternoon/evening piano music

▪ Bicycles to explore on your own & guided bicycle tours
▪ Services of professional Cruise Manager
▪ All English language in board in a non-smoking environment (smoking permitted only on the Sun Deck)
▪ All local Taxes 
 
Prices Do Not Include:
▪ Individual arrival and departure (airfare; transfers)
▪ Travel Insurance
▪ Port charges
▪ Gratuities
▪ Personal Expenses

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