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Taste of Bordeaux

For 2018: 2 Nights Hotel Accomodations in Paris, 7-Night Bordeaux Cruise, 2 Nights Hotel Accommodations in Loire Valley and 1 Night Hotel Accommodation in Paris

For 2019: 2 Nights Hotel Accomodation in Bilbao, 2 Nights San Sebastian, 7-Night Roundtrip Bordeaux Cruise, 2 Nights in the Loire Valley and 1 Night in Paris

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2018 & 2019 Departure Dates & Pricing

Paris to Paris - 13 days (for 2018)

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Bilbao to Paris - 14 days (for 2019)

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2018 Detailed itinerary: Paris to Paris

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Day 1: Paris

Arrive in Paris and check-in to your hotel. The balance of the day is yours to start exploring this beautiful city.

Day 2: Paris

This morning, you’ll see some of the most famous sights in the “City of Light” on a guided tour. Spend the remainder of the day exploring the world-class museums, beautiful architecture and local culture on your own. (B)

Day 3: Paris - Bordeaux (Embarkation Day)

Check out of your hotel in the morning, and board a TGV high-speed train that will take you straight to the legendary land of wine blends and monumental architecture – Bordeaux. Arrive at your luxurious ship, where you will gather this evening for a Welcome Dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 4: Cadillac

Arrive this afternoon in Cadillac, a region renowned for its sensational white wines. You have your choice of two tours today. The first option is a visit to the Sauternes wine region, where you’ll taste the highly sought-after sweet wines made here. As an alternative, you can choose to see the historic Roquetaillade Castle, a fortress which was initially built in the 10th century by Charlemagne as his army advanced toward the Pyrenees. This evening, the ship departs for Pauillac. (B,L,D)

Day 5: Pauillac

Today, you will enjoy a tour of the lovely village town on the Left Bank of the Gironde estuary known as Pauillac. Situated in the famed Médoc AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée, a government controlled designation of origin which signifies where grapes are grown), Pauillac’s gravelly soils are renowned for producing some of the world’s finest Bordeaux wines – especially those made from the Merlot grape variety. You’ll be able to dabble in local blends this afternoon at an authentic Médoc wine tasting. Return to the ship for a wonderful dinner, and then spend the evening as you please – we will be docked in Pauillac overnight. (B,L,D)

Day 6: Blaye - Bourg

Take in the riverside scenery this morning as we make our way from Pauillac to Blaye. North of Bordeaux, this small town is best known for its red wine and historic significance. Today, you’ll be able to enjoy an excursion to the city’s 17th century citadel – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – which was built by famous military engineer Major Vaubon. From the top of this famous fortress, you can admire fantastic views of the impressive Gironde estuary. Return to the ship for a delicious lunch and prepare for an afternoon in Bourg. Ideally situated at the confluence of the Dordogne and Garonne, this historic village still lives inside medieval walls. Built during Roman times and later fortified by the English, it is filled with rich architectural tradition. Here, you’ll be able to see the home of legendary French corsair, Jean Bart. The ship will remain overnight in Bourg. (B,L,D)

Day 7: Libourne

This afternoon, you’ll arrive in the wine-making capital, Libourne. Two of Bordeaux’s most elite wine regions are very close by – St. Émilion and Pomerol. First, you will have the unique opportunity to savor exquisite blends during a tasting at a cave in St. Émilion, an old historic village known for its picturesque architecture and historic vineyards that were first introduced to the land by the Romans. Afterwards, enjoy a panoramic tour of the celebrated landscapes in Pomerol. The ship moors overnight in Libourne. (B,L,D)

Day 8: Libourne - Cubzac-Les-Ponts- Bordeaux

Start your adventure today with a tour of the magnificent Château D’Montaigne, a stunning 14th century castle which was the family residence of the philosopher, Michel de Montaigne. As an alternative you can visit a well-preserved local bastide town which was fortified during medieval times. We also offer an optional tour for guests to explore the flavors of Bergerac, a wine-growing region in the southern part of the Dordogne department that is home to 13 AOCs. Return to the ship for lunch as we cruise to Cubzac. This old town near the Dordogne once served as a watchtower during the Middle Ages and contains many historic treasures. While here, you’ll taste wines from the Côtes de Bourg region. We sail to Bordeaux this evening where we will dock and indulge in a spectacular Farewell Dinner with your Captain. Later on, take in the brightly-lit sights on an illuminations cruise of this magical city. (B,L,D)

Day 9: Bordeaux

Today you’ll see the elegant port city of Bordeaux on foot. The breathtaking capital of the wine world is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and, with over 360 historic monuments within its borders, it is also classified as a “City of Art and History.” You’ll have an opportunity to experience much of the rich culture and architecture here, including a tasting at the wine museum. An optional tour will also be available for those who wish to see Cognac, a place best-known for its unique, double-distilled spirit and six prominent AOCs. Tonight, the ship will stay in Bordeaux. (B,L,D)

Day 10: Bordeaux ( Disembarkation Day) - Loire Valley

Disembark your ship in Bordeaux and continue your journey to Tours, France. Experience this charming city in the Loire Valley, which offers the best of French lifestyle with medieval streets teeming with art, history, lovely gardens and tasty cuisine. You’ll have free time to stop at a lively restaurant or market for lunch on your own, and then take a walking tour. Transfer to your hotel in Amboise to check in this afternoon and then have dinner. (B,D)

Day 11: Amboise

This morning, you’ll tour the spectacular Renaissance style Château d’Amboise. Its extravagant residences, gardens, and Gothic chapel belonged to several French kings in the past. You’ll also discover Château du Close Luce, Leonardo da Vinci’s last home. This is where he completed some of his most famous works, like The Mona Lisa, The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne, and the Saint John the Baptist. You’ll have free time to use as you please and have lunch, followed by an afternoon tour of the stunning, river-crossing chateau and village

Day 12: Loire Valley - Paris

Check out of your hotel this morning before you visit the astoundingly massive Château de Chambord. Located at the heart of Europe’s largest enclosed wooded park, its 156 meter façade, 426 rooms, 77 staircases and 282 fireplaces make this the largest castle in Loire Valley. Next, marvel at the residence of seven kings and ten queens of France during your tour of the famous Château de Blois. Enjoy free time for lunch this afternoon, and then transfer by bus to your hotel, located near Charles De Gaulle Airport. (B)

Day 13: Paris

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

Departures & Pricing

2019 Detailed itinerary: Bilbao to Paris

Skip to 2018 Paris to Paris Itinerary

Day 1: BILBAO, SPAIN

Arrive in Bilbao and check-in to your hotel.

Day 2: BILBAO

Bilbao is a city of contrasts as it successfully blends its traditional Basque culture with a new vision for the future, which you’ll discover on your tour. Superb architecture includes the Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim Museum; a timeless Metro system designed by Sir Norman Foster; Zubizuri, a stunning suspension cable footbridge; the Torre Iberdrola by Cesar Pelli; and Vizcaya Bridge, a World Heritage site built in 1893 and the first of its kind. The medieval part of the city, Casco Viejo, is also locally known as “las 7 calles” in Spanish or “Zazpi Kaleak” in Basque (the seven streets), since these were the seven streets that formed the original medieval town. The beautiful narrow streets are mostly pedestrian-only and are filled with an abundance of taverns offering many opportunities to sample the local fare. (B)

Day 3: BILBAO – SAN SEBASTIAN

After checking out of the hotel, you’ll visit the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, representing a magnificent example of the most groundbreaking 20th-century architecture. Of the 24,000 square meters occupied by the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, 11,000 are reserved for exhibition spaces. Once inside the museum, visitors access the Atrium, the real heart of the Museum and one of the signature traits of Frank Gehry's architectural design. With curved volumes and large glass curtain walls that connect the inside and the outside, the Atrium is an ample space inundated with light and covered by a great skylight. The three levels of the building are organized around the Atrium and are connected by means of curved walkways, titanium and glass elevators, and staircases. The museum houses prominent modern and contemporary works. After visiting the museum, transfers to the seaside resort of San Sebastian and check into your hotel. Enjoy an evening walk through San Sebastian’s Old Town, Parte Vieja, which is the heart of San Sebastian. Pedestrian-friendly streets are lined by centuries-old buildings that house numerous restaurants, shops and bars. Its main square, Plaza de la Constitución, is an old bullring converted into the perfect place to relax and absorb the city’s colorful atmosphere. (B)

Day 4: SAN SEBASTIAN

San Sebastian has the longest history in the Basque Country, and proudly reigns as its capital – a “small country with a big identity,” whose language and traditions are some of the oldest in Europe, and still thriving today. On your tour, you’ll discover why San Sebastian is one of the world’s most beautiful cities. In addition to it culinary excellence, it’s home to breathtaking natural wonders, including the “shell beach,” Playa de la Concha, one of the city’s three beaches, and one of Europe’s most beautiful urban shorelines. It’s also home to an abundance of eclectic architecture with some of the finest located in the area called the New Town. Laid out on both sides of the broad Avenida de la Libertad are enchanting buildings with sprout towers and turrets, domes and steeples. Styles range from Neoclassical to French Revival to Art Nouveau—especially notable along Prim and Reyes Católicos Streets—with elaborately carved wooden doorways, stunning stained-glass panels and unusual ceramic-tile touches. (B)

Day 5: SAN SEBASTIAN – ARCACHON, FRANCE – BORDEAUX (EMBARKATION DAY)

Check-out of your hotel and board a motorcoach to the legendary land of wine, Bordeaux. En route to the ship, you’ll stop in the resort town of Arcachon, one of the gems of the French Atlantic coast, offering a mix of beaches, extensive Belle Époque architecture, great atmosphere and its famous oysters. (B, D)

Day 6: CADILLAC

Visit the impressive Castle of Roquetaillade, an amazingly preserved masterpiece of medieval military architecture owned by the same noble family for 700 years. Afterwards, travel to the Sauternes wine region to either Château de Rayne Vigneau or Château Guiraud to taste the highly prized golden-hued sweet wines produced here. (B,L,D)

Day 7: PAUILLAC

Pauillac, a lovely village on the Left Bank of the Gironde Estuary, is gateway to the famed Médoc region renowned for producing some of the world’s finest Bordeaux wines. You will see some of the most beautiful and famous wine estates, including Château Latour, Château Mouton Rothschild, Château Lafite Rothschild and Château Pichon Longueville. You’ll then visit either Château Gruaud Larose or Château Léoville Poyferré for a tasting of Grand Cru wines. (B,L,D)

Day 8: BLAYE – BOURG

Once in Blaye, you can join a tour of its 17th-century citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For a more active excursion, take a bike ride from Blaye through the idyllic French countryside. During the afternoon, you can cruise to Bourg or join a bike tour along Santiago’s path—a famous pilgrimage route—to Bourg. While in the ancient village of Bourg, visit the Carriage Museum, which houses a wonderful collection of horse-drawn vehicles and then explore the underground passageways that lead you to the immense oil tanks from the Second World War. Later in the day, experience the hospitality of this charming medieval village with an exclusive wine festival complete with live French music, dancing, wine and hors d'oeuvres. (B,L,D)

Day 9: LIBOURNE

Libourne provides a gateway to one of Bordeaux’s most elite wine regions, Saint-Émilion, known for its picturesque architecture, monuments and celebrated vineyards. Join an excursion to historic Saint Émilion, and while here, explore the monolithic church carved out of one piece of limestone rock, and then go under the church to discover its catacombs and caves. Afterwards, enjoy a wine tasting at either Château de Ferrand or Château de Pressac. Prefer a more active adventure, pedal through the vineyard-rich countryside to Saint-Émilion and then to Château Soutard for a Grand Cru Classé wine tasting. (B,L,D)

Day 10: LIBOURNE

Tour the magnificent Château Vayres, one of the most prestigious historic buildings of Aquitaine, or spend time discovering the Bastide town of Libourne and then stroll through its colorful open-air market tasting some of the region’s specialties. For a more active exploration of the countryside, enjoy a hike followed by a wine tasting. Later in the day, you will have two options of excursions. Visit Château de Montaigne, a stunning 14th-century castle that was the family residence of philosopher Michel de Montaigne and enjoy a lovely wine tasting. Alternatively, visit Fronsac, where you can taste some of the regional wines at a grand wine cellar. (B,L,D)

Day 11: BORDEAUX

The breathtaking capital of the wine world, Bordeaux, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and classified as a “City of Art and History.” You’ll have an opportunity to experience much of the rich culture and architecture on a city tour followed by a visit to the Bordeaux Wine Museum, housed in an awe-inspiring building. Bike enthusiasts will wish to join a tour along the city’s amazing network of bicycle paths. (B,L,D)

Day 12: BORDEAX (DISEMBARKATION DAY) – TOURS – AMBOISE

Disembark your ship in Bordeaux and continue your journey by TGV train to Tours, France—gateway to the Loire Valley châteaux. Renowned for good food and good living and teeming with art, history and lovely gardens, it’s the perfect place to explore or join a walking tour. You’ll then be transferred to your hotel in Amboise. (B)

Day 13: AMBOISE

Visit three of the Loire Valley’s regal châteaux starting with the Château de Chenonceau, one of the most beautiful castles in France. This châteaux has been referred to as the “Women’s Castle” since it is the only castle in the region that has been built, inhabited and saved by women during the Renaissance. Château du Close Lucé was Leonardo da Vinci’s last home where he completed some of his most famous works under the patronage of the King of France. The Château d’Amboise, perched on a promontory overlooking the Loire River, was the first Renaissance château built in the Loire Valley and features extravagant residences, gardens and a Gothic chapel, where Leonardo da Vinci is buried. (B)

Day 14: AMBOISE – PARIS

En route to Paris, visit two more majestic châteaux. While Château de Chambord, located at the heart of Europe’s largest enclosed wooded park, began as an unassuming hunting lodge, it is now the biggest château in the Loire Valley with 426 rooms, 77 staircases and 282 fireplaces. Next, marvel at the residence of seven kings and ten queens of France at the famous Château de Blois where you'll discover the secrets of the French court. Afterwards, transfer by motorcoach to your hotel at Charles De Gaulle Airport. (B)

Day 15: DEPART PARIS

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

Departures & Pricing

Advisements:

  • 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.
  • Guided bicycle tours are capacity crontolled.
2018 and 2019 Departures

Start City

Rates are in $ USD and are PER PASSENGER sharing twin cabin
From Paris
Program Start Day

Cruise Embarkation Day (in Bordeaux)

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Cat. E - Lower Deck aft w/ fixed windows
Cat. D - Lower Deck w/ fixed windows
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Mar 22, 2018
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$7,218
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Amadolce
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$5,818
$6,018
$6,118
$7,118
$7,318
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Apr 5, 2018
Amadolce
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$5,418
$6,118
$6,218
$6,318
$7,318
$7,518
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Apr 122018
Amadolce
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$5,518
$6,118
$6,318
$6,418
$7,418
$7,618
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Apr 19, 2018
Amadolce
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$5,618
$6,218
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$6,518
$7,518
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Amadolce
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$6,618
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Amadolce
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$7,818
$8,018
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$5,918
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$5,918
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$6,818
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$6,718
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Amadolce
$5,619
$5,918
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$6,818
$7,818
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Amadolce
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$5,918
$6,518
$6,718
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Amadolce
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$5,918
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$6,718
$6,818
$7,818
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Amadolce
$5,519
$5,818
$6,418
$6,618
$6,718
$7,718
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Amadolce
$5,519
$5,818
$6,418
$6,618
$6,718
$7,718
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Amadolce
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$5,818
$6,418
$6,618
$6,718
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Amadolce
$5,519
$5,818
$6,418
$6,618
$6,718
$7,718
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Amadolce
$5,619
$5,918
$6,518
$6,718
$6,818
$7,818
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Amadolce
$5,719
$6,018
$6,618
$6,818
$6,918
$7,918
$8,118
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Amadolce
$5,819
$6,118
$6,718
$6,918
$7,018
$8,018
$8,218
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Amadolce
$5,819
$6,118
$6,718
$6,918
$7,018
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Amadolce
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$6,118
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Amadolce
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$6,018
$6,618
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Amadolce
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$5,918
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Amadolce
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$7,518
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$6,118
$6,218
$6,318
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$5,918
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$6,218
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Amadolce
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$5,318
$5,918
$6,118
$6,218
$7,218
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Amadolce
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$5,638
$6,238
$6,438
$6,538
$7,538
$7,738
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$5,738
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$6,538
$6,638
$7,638
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$5,938
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$6,738
$6,838
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Amadolce
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$6,738
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$7,138
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$8,438
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$7,138
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$6,638
$7,238
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$6,339
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$7,238
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$6,339
$6,638
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$6,339
$6,638
$7,238
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$6,239
$6,538
$7,138
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$6,139
$6,438
$7,038
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$8,338
$8,538
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$6,039
$6,338
$6,938
$7,138
$7,238
$8,238
$8,438
Oct 27, 2019
Oct 31, 2019
Amadolce
$5,839
$6,138
$6,738
$6,938
$7,038
$8,038
$8,238
Nov 3, 2019
Nov 7, 2019
Amadolce
$5,639
$5,938
$6,538
$6,738
$6,838
$7,838
$8,038
Nov 10, 2019
Nov 14, 2019
Amadolce
$5,539
$5,838
$6,438
$6,638
$6,738
$7,738
$7,938
Important: Dates, prices & itineraries are subject to change.
Port Charges: Additional $168 per person (2018 departures); Additional $182 per person (2019 departures).
For 7-Night Cruise Only (no Paris & Loire Valley land extension): Subtract $1,920 from above 2018 per person rates; (No Bilbao, San Sebastian, Paris and Loire Valley land extension): Subtract $2,340 from above 2019 per person rates
Transfers from 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 bed (larger than queen size)

Prices Include:

▪ For 2019: 2 nights hotel in Bilbao at the Melia Bilbao (or similar) including city tour, Guggenheim museum and daily breakfast
▪ For 2019: 2 nights hotel in San Sebastian; including city tour and daily breakfast, transfer from San Sebastian to ship in Bordeaux on Embarkation Day with a stop in Arcachon
▪ 2 nights hotel in Paris at the Pullman Montparnasse (or similar), including daily buffet breakfast
▪7 nights deluxe cruise accommodation in an outside stateroom - most staterooms offer French balconies
▪ Entertainment on demand in all staterooms featuring free high-speed Internet access, hit Hollywood movies, extensive music library & 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
▪ Multiple dining venues
▪ Unlimited red and white wines from France's great wine regions, beer and soft drinks with every lunch and dinner on board
▪ Bottled water in every stateroom replenished daily
▪ Cocktail Reception, Welcome Dinner & Captain's Gala Dinner
▪ Special highlights including lectures, theme dinners, cooking demonstration, onboard music performances and afternoon/evening piano music
▪Services of a professional Cruise Manager; English speaking staff on board
▪ Non-smoking environment (smoking permitted on Sun Deck only)
▪ Shore excursions in every port with personal headset included
▪ Use of Bicycles to explore on your own & guided bicycle tours
▪ Transfer from Bordeaux to Tours via high-speed TGV train
▪ 2 nights hotel in the Loire Valley, including daily buffet breakfast
▪ 1 night hotel in Paris near Charles de Gaulle Airport (or surrounding area) including buffet breakfast
▪ All local Taxes 

Prices Do Not Include:

▪ Individual arrival and departure (airfare; transfers)
▪ Travel Insurance
▪ Port charges
▪ Gratuities
▪ Personal Expenses

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