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Rhine and Rhone Revealed
7-Night Cruise from Amsterdam to Basel, 7-Night Cruise Chalon-sur-Saone to Arles, 1 Night Hotel Accommodation in Cote d'Azur (or reverse direction)

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Amsterdam to Côte d’Azur - Southbound (WAL) - 16 days

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Côte d’Azur to Amsterdam - Northbound (WLA) - 16 days

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Detailed Itinerary: Amsterdam to Côte d’Azur - Southbound (WAL)

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Day 1: Arrive in Amsterdam, Holland (Embarkation Day)

Welcome to Amsterdam! Holland’s sophisticated, modern capital has a rich and fascinating history. This delightful 700-year-old city with its elegant and classic architecture, cafés, and restaurants has a distinct ambiance. The streets, squares, and canals - not to mention the bike paths throughout the city - make for a vibrant atmosphere, and with over 60 museums, Amsterdam has the highest museum density in the world. Perhaps you would like to take an optional excursion to Zaanse Schans with its traditional houses and Dutch craft workshops. This afternoon, board your river cruise vessel and meet your crew at an evening welcome reception. (D)

Note: Guests must be onboard the ship by 5:00pm.

Day 2: Amsterdam

There is no better way to see Amsterdam than by CANAL BOAT, cruising through the elegant grachten lined with stately homes dating back to Amsterdam’s “Golden Age.” There’s free time in the city this afternoon - you might like to join an optional biking tour (weather permitting). Later, bid tot ziens (farewell) to Holland and set sail for Germany. (B,L,D)

Day 3: Cologne, Germany

Today, enjoy a peaceful morning of cruising before reaching Cologne in the afternoon. One of Germany’s largest cities and capital of the Rhineland, Cologne straddles both sides of the Rhine and is known for its soaring, twin-steepled gothic cathedral. Choose between an included GUIDED CITY WALK or JEWISH HERITAGE WALK. The Old Town abounds with cafés, shops, and taverns. Be sure to try a Kölsch pale lager, locally brewed in Cologne for over a hundred years! (B,L,D)

Day 4: Koblenz – Rhine Gorge – Rüdesheim

Situated at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers, 2,000-year-old Koblenz is the cultural and business center of the Middle Rhine region. Here, join a Local Guide for a WALKING TOUR of the city that reveals an eventful past through its castles, fortress walls, towers, squares, and monuments. The dramatic RHINE GORGE is the most beautiful stretch of river. Here, ancient castles stand sentry on lofty cliffs rising 400 feet above the waters. Cruise past the legendary rock of the Lorelei, where echoes of enchanted siren song lured unwitting sailors to their doom. In Rüdesheim, the quintessential Rhine Valley wine town, visit SIEGFRIED’S MECHANICAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MUSEUM, where you’ll see and hear a large collection of self-playing calliopes and music boxes from the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Enjoy a SPECIAL TREAT before returning to your ship for dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 5: Mainz. Excursion to Heidelberg

Strategically located at the confluence of the Rhine and Main Rivers is Mainz, with “civilized” origins dating back to around 38 BC. Today, this is Germany’s largest and most important wine market. Join your Local Guide for a GUIDED WALK through the Altstadt (Old Town) with its many intriguing shops and the whimsical Fastnachtsbrunnen (Carnival Fountain) on the Schillerplatz, a tribute to the jesters at the city’s annual Carnival celebration. Gutenberg, father of modern printing, was born here, and you’ll visit the captivating GUTENBERG MUSEUM. After lunch, travel to Heidelberg, home to the oldest university in Germany. With a Local Guide, visit the imposing ruins of HEIDELBERG CASTLE, towering magnificently over the city and among the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps. You’ll also see the famed GREAT VAT, the “World’s Largest Wine Barrel.” At nearly 23 feet high and 28 feet wide, the cask holds over 58,000 gallons of wine and has a dance floor built on top of it! (B,L,D)

Day 6: Strasbourg, France

Situated on the border of France and Germany, Strasbourg blends the cultures of both countries in a delightful way. As capital of the Alsace region and seat of the Council of Europe and European Parliament, it is without a doubt an important city that manages to retain its historic charm. On your GUIDED SIGHTSEEING TOUR, visit the monumental red-sandstone GOTHIC CATHEDRAL with its ancient murals, stained-glass windows, and fascinating astronomical clock, as well as the magical LA PETITE FRANCE district, home to half-timbered houses, quaint shops, inviting bistros, and a waterfront promenade. Also spend time exploring Place Kléber, a large historic square in the heart of the city, and Place Gutenberg in the heart of medieval Strasbourg, which features a statue of the inventor of the printing press. An optional excursion into the Alsace wine country is available today. After dinner tonight, enjoy an onboard WOODCARVING demonstration. (B,L,D)

Day 7: Breisach, Germany. Excursion to the Black Forest

Located at the foot of Kaiserstuhl Mountain on the French-German border, Breisach is the gateway to Germany’s BLACK FOREST region, an area of unrivaled natural beauty with its forests of thick pine trees. The area got its name because the forests are so dense that local residents described them as black. Surely the most well-known products from this region are Black Forest ham, Black Forest cherry cake, and cuckoo clocks. You may opt for a visit to the workshop of a local woodcarver who produces clocks and other carvings, or to the open-air Museum of Vogtsbauernhof to see how life was lived in this area centuries ago. (B,L,D)

Day 8: Basel, Switzerland (Disembarkation) – Beaune, France – Chalon- sur-Saône (Embarkation) –Tournus

After breakfast, say goodbye to the crew of the Tranquility II, cross the border into France, and head for Beaune, the unofficial capital of the Côte d’Or area. Beaune owes its wealth to the production, aging, and selling of fine wines. Although life here centers around wine, Beaune offers much more. You may choose to join the included GUIDED EXCURSION to the HÔTEL-DIEU charity hospital, built in 1443 and paid for by the chancellor of Burgundy after the Hundred Years’ War left many of the town’s population destitute. Today it houses Van der Weyden’s painting of The Last Judgment and is one of France’s architectural highlights. Alternatively, enjoy a TASTING of Burgundy wines before continuing south to Chalon-sur-Saône, where you’ll board the Poetry II. Before dinner, meet your crew at a welcome reception as your ship departs for Tournus. (B,D)

Day 9:Tournus–Mâcon

After breakfast, your LOCAL GUIDE shows you the highlights of this delightful town in the southeast corner of Burgundy. Tournus is one of the oldest and most important monastic centers in the region, with a superb ABBEY, St. Philibert, part of which dates back to the 10th century. There’s free time to stroll through the quaint streets or to explore the arts and crafts shops near the abbey. After lunch, your ship departs for Mâcon, a city that plays an important role in the wine trade. A choice of optional excursions, including a visit to a wine cellar, is available. Before dinner, enjoy an onboard CHEESE TASTING. (B,L,D)

Day 10: Beaujolais Region–Lyon

This afternoon, arrive in Lyon, France’s third-largest city and its gastronomic capital. Founded by the Romans in 43 BC, the city’s prosperity dates back to the 16th century and is due to commercial, industrial, and banking activities. Roman remains, excellent museums, and renaissance architecture delight visitors. A LOCAL GUIDE joins you as you survey the city from Fourvière Hill and explore the Old Town with its maze of medieval alleyways and Place des Terreaux, a popular area with lively cafés, monuments, and the famous fountain often depicted on postcards. Before dinner tonight, attend an ONBOARD LECTURE and learn more about the French. (B,L,D)

Day 11: Lyon

Enjoy a free day to explore at leisure. Early risers might like to visit the local produce market. Perhaps wander through one of Lyon’s parks, discover some of the murals (there are over 100 of them), or select one of the available optional excursions. Be sure to taste the gastronomic delights and sample Beaujolais, the wine of the region; wine connoisseurs know the grapes must be hand picked. Your Cruise Director will have suggestions for things to do. (B,L,D)

Day 12: Tournon/Tain l’Hermitage–Viviers

The twin cities of Tournon and Tain l’Hermitage lie nestled among vineyards between the Rhône River and the granite slopes of the Hermitage. A LOCAL GUIDE will show you Tournon, one of France’s oldest medieval cities, with its imposing 16th-century castle and Roman ruins. As you cruise to Viviers, there’s a treat in store for chocoholics: an onboard CHOCOLATE TASTING to delight the palate. Arriving in Viviers in the late afternoon, an included GUIDED WALK shows you this charming town that developed around its ROMANESQUE CATHEDRAL. The OLD TOWN has an appealing mix of Christian, Roman, and medieval influences. (B,L,D)

Day 13: Avignon

The fortified city of Avignon is the capital of the Vaucluse region—the most picturesque part of Provence with its intact ramparts encircling the entire city, cobblestone streets and squares, and private mansions built in the 18th and 19th centuries. Known as the “City of Popes,” it was the center of the Catholic Church in the 14th century. Your GUIDED TOUR includes a visit of the PALACE OF THE POPES, built in the 14th century as the sovereign popes’ residency. A photo of the famous Pont Saint Bénezet (Saint Bénezet Bridge), of the popular song Sur le Pont d’Avignon, is a must. Optional outings to Pont du Gard or to the famed wine cellars of Châteauneuf-du-Pape are available. (B,L,D)

Day 14: Arles–Camargue Region

On arrival in Arles, located on the northern tip of the Camargue and the capital of the Provence region, your LOCAL GUIDE will show you highlights of the city and you’ll visit the ROMAN AMPHITHEATER. Still used today, it dates to the 1st century and was constructed to hold over 20,000 spectators. This evening, sail toward the mouth of the Rhône for a taste of the tranquil vistas of Camargue National Park. (B,L,D)

Day 15: Arles (Disembarkation Day) – Côte d’Azur

After breakfast, a comfortable motorcoach ride takes you to the Côte d’Azur for a last night in France. Also known as the French Riviera, the Côte d’Azur stretches along France’s Mediterranean coast from Toulon to the Italian border and is synonymous with prestige and beauty. (B)

Day 16: Côte d’Azur

Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)

Departures & Pricing

Detailed Itinerary: Côte d’Azur to Amsterdam - Northbound (WLA)

Day 1: Arrive in Côte d’Azur, France

Welcome to France! Located between the mountains and the deep-blue Mediterranean Sea, the Côte d’Azur is synonymous with prestige and beauty with its enchanting yachts, glamorous villas, and famous events. Time at leisure lets you get acquainted with this amazing place.

Day 2: Côte d’Azur–Transfer to Arles (Embarkation Day) – Camargue Region

This morning, enjoy free time to explore further or join an optional excursion to Nice, the “Queen of the Riviera.” In the early afternoon, transfer by motorcoach to Arles in the Provence region, where you’ll board your river cruise vessel. Before dinner, meet your crew at a welcome reception, then sail toward the mouth of the Rhône, with a unique opportunity to experience the tranquil vistas of Camargue National Park. (B,D)

Day 3: Arles

In Arles, capital of the Provence, join your LOCAL GUIDE for a tour of the city. See the church of St. Trophime, dating from the 12th century, and visit the ROMAN AMPHITHEATER. Still used today, the amphitheater dates to the 1st century, and was constructed to hold over 20,000 spectators. Vincent Van Gogh was inspired by the special light of the Provence and spent a very productive year in Arles. (B,L,D)

Day 4: Avignon

During the night, set sail for Avignon, where you arrive during breakfast. During your GUIDED TOUR you may choose to join an included visit of the PALACE OF THE POPES, built in the 14th century as the sovereign popes’ residence. With a living space equivalent to four gothic cathedrals, it is the largest gothic fortress in the world. Alternatively, you may opt for only city sightseeing and more free time to explore on your own, or to join an optional outing to Pont du Gard or to the famed wine cellars of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. (B,L,D)

Day 5: Cruising – Viviers

A leisurely morning on board to relax and enjoy the passing scenery. After lunch, join your LOCAL GUIDE for a walk around the charming town of Viviers, which developed around its ROMANESQUE CATHEDRAL. The OLD TOWN has an appealing mix of Christian, Roman, and medieval influences. (B,L,D)

Day 6: Tournon/Tain l’Hermitage–Vienne

The twin cities of Tournon and Tain l’Hermitage lie nestled among vineyards between the Rhône River and the granite slopes of the Hermitage. Enjoy a GUIDED WALK of Tournon, one of France’s oldest medieval cities, with its imposing 16th-century castle and Roman ruins. As you cruise to Vienne, there’s a treat in store for chocoholics: an onboard CHOCOLATE TASTING to delight the palate. Arriving in Vienne in the late afternoon, a GUIDED WALK shows you the charming little town surrounded by steep hills. Explore the town center to see the Roman Theater, which once held 13,000 spectators, and the Augustus and Livia Temple, built around 20 BC and converted into a church in the Middle Ages. (B,L,D)

Day 7: Lyon

Lyon is France’s third-largest city and its gastronomic capital. Founded by the Romans in 43 BC, the city’s prosperity dates back to the 16th century and is due to commercial, industrial, and banking activities. Roman remains, many excellent museums, and much renaissance architecture delight visitors. You are joined by a LOCAL GUIDE as you survey the city from Fourvière Hill - with its splendid views over the city - and explore the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with its maze of medieval alleyways and Place des Terreaux, a popular area with lively cafés, monuments, and the famous fountain often depicted on postcards. Be sure to sample Beaujolais, the wine of the region. Before dinner tonight, attend an ONBOARD LECTURE and learn more about the French. (B,L,D)

Day 8: Mâcon–Tournus–Chalon-sur-Saône

Wake up this morning in Mâcon on the Saône River, a city that plays an important role in the wine trade. From here, a choice of optional excursions is available, including a visit to a wine cellar. A short cruise takes you to Tournus. Be sure to visit the abbey of St. Philibert, which dates back to the 10th century and is a superb example of Romanesque architecture. In 2002, while the abbey was being renovated, electricians discovered a mosaic portraying the zodiac under the floor coverings—this is now available for public viewing. While sailing to Chalon-sur-Saône, enjoy an onboard CHEESE TASTING. (B,L,D)

Day 9: Chalon-sur-Saône (Disembarkation Day) – Beaune – Basel, Switzerland (Embarkation Day)

After breakfast, disembark the Poetry II and head by motorcoach to Beaune, the unofficial capital of the Côte d’Or area and Burgundy’s wine capital. Although life here centers around wine, Beaune offers much more with its ramparts, medieval houses, cobblestone streets, and historical monuments. Visit the HÔTEL-DIEU charity hospital, built in 1443 and paid for by the chancellor of Burgundy after the Hundred Years’ War left many of the town’s population destitute. Today, it houses Van der Weyden’s painting of The Last Judgment and is one of France’s architectural highlights. After lunch, continue to Basel, and this evening, meet the crew of the Tranquility II at a welcome reception. (B,D)

Day 10: Strasbourg, France

Situated on the border of France and Germany, Strasbourg blends the cultures of both countries in a delightful way. As capital of the Alsace region and seat of the Council of Europe and European Parliament, it is without a doubt an important city, yet it manages to retain its historic charm. In fact, on your walking tour you will discover Europe at its most quintessential. Visit the monumental red-sandstone GOTHIC CATHEDRAL with its ancient murals, stained-glass windows, and fascinating astronomical clock, as well as the magical LA PETITE FRANCE district, home to half-timbered houses, quaint shops, inviting bistros, and a waterfront promenade. Also spend time exploring Place Kléber, a large historic square in the heart of the city, and Place Gutenberg in the heart of medieval Strasbourg, which features a statue of the inventor of the printing press. This afternoon, optional excursions into the Alsace wine country or to the Black Forest are available. (B,L,D)

Day 11: Speyer, Germany. Excursion to Heidelberg

This morning, dock in Speyer. From here, an excursion takes you to Heidelberg, home to the oldest university in Germany, which was founded in 1386. Visit the imposing ruins of HEIDELBERG CASTLE, towering magnificently over the city and among the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps. You’ll also see the famed GREAT VAT, the “World’s Largest Wine Barrel.” At nearly 23 feet high and 28 feet wide, the cask holds over 58,000 gallons of wine and has a dance floor built on top of it! (B,L,D)

Day 12: Mainz – Rüdesheim

Strategically located at the confluence of the Rhine and Main Rivers is Mainz, with “civilized” origins dating back to around 38 BC. Today, this is Germany’s largest and most important wine market. The Altstadt (Old Town) has many intriguing shops and the whimsical Fastnachtsbrunnen (Carnival Fountain) on the Schillerplatz, a tribute to the jesters at the city’s annual Carnival celebration. Gutenberg, father of modern printing, was born here and during a GUIDED WALK you’ll visit the captivating GUTENBERG MUSEUM. During lunch, depart Mainz and cruise on to pretty Rüdesheim, a typical Rhine Valley wine town. Visit SIEGFRIED’S MECHANICAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MUSEUM, where you’ll see and hear a large collection of self-playing calliopes and music boxes from the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Enjoy a SPECIAL TREAT, then there’s free time to pick up some souvenirs on the narrow, cobblestoned Drosselgasse, where colorful flowers, open-air wine gardens, and live music add to the festive atmosphere. (B,L,D)

Day 13: Rhine Gorge – Koblenz

Downstream from Rüdesheim is the dramatic RHINE GORGE, the most beautiful stretch of river. Here, ancient castles stand sentry on lofty cliffs rising 400 feet above the waters. Cruise past the legendary rock of the Lorelei, where echoes of enchanted siren song lured unwitting sailors to their doom. Then, arrive at the place where the Rhine and Moselle Rivers meet—the Deutsches Eck (German Corner) with its impressive equestrian statue of German Emperor William I. Join your Local Guide for a WALKING TOUR of the 2,000-year-old city of Koblenz, which reveals an eventful past through its castles, fortress walls, towers, squares, and monuments; or visit nearby SAYN MANOR HOUSE, belonging to the counts of the same name. (B,L,D)

Day 14: Cologne

One of Germany’s largest cities and capital of the Rhineland, Cologne straddles both sides of the Rhine, and is known for its soaring, twin-steepled gothic cathedral. Choose between an included GUIDED CITY WALK or JEWISH HERITAGE WALK. Later, during free time, perhaps look in on the Romano-Germanic Museum, home to a large collection of artifacts from the Roman settlement on which modern Cologne is built - a must for history buffs! The Old Town abounds with cafés, shops, and taverns. Be sure to try a Kölsch pale lager, locally brewed in Cologne for over a hundred years! (B,L,D)

Day 15: Amsterdam, Holland

Today you arrive in Amsterdam! Holland’s sophisticated, modern capital has a rich and fascinating history. This delightful 700-year-old city with its elegant and classic architecture, cafés, and restaurants has a distinct ambiance. There is no better way to see Amsterdam than by CANAL BOAT, cruising through the elegant grachten lined with stately homes dating back to Amsterdam’s “Golden Age.” (B,L,D)

Day 16: Amsterdam (Disembarkation Day)

Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (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 reserve the right to modify the itinerary of the cruise.
  • In the event of water level problems on stretches of any river, it may be necessary to operate part of the itinerary by motorcoach.
  • Included visits and special features are subject to change. If a change is necessary, a substitute will be offered.

2017 Departures

Start City
Rates are in $ USD and are PER PASSENGER sharing twin cabin
From Amsterdam (WAL)
Cruise Embarkation Date
Ships

Lower Deck fwd - Category E w/ fixed window

Lower Deck - Category D w/ fixed window
Middle Deck aft - Category B w/ french balcony
Middle Deck - Category A w/ french balcony
Upper Deck - Category P w/ french balcony
Upper Deck - Jr. Suite w/ french balcony
Apr 8, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$5,858
$6,256
$8,156
$8,256
$8,456
$9,656
May 6, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,858
$7,256
$9,156
$9,256
$9,456
$10,656
May 20, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,908
$7,306
$9,206
$9,306
$9,506
$10,706
Jun 3, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,858
$7,256
$9,156
$9,256
$9,456
$10,656
Jun 17, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,758
$7,156
$9,056
$9,156
$9,356
$10,556
Jul 1, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,408
$6,806
$8,706
$8,806
$9,006
$10,206
Jul 15, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,408
$6,806
$8,706
$8,806
$9,006
$10,206
Jul 29, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,408
$6,806
$8,706
$8,806
$9,006
$10,206
Aug 12, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,408
$6,806
$8,706
$8,806
$9,006
$10,206
Aug 26, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,908
$7,306
$9,206
$9,306
$9,506
$10,706
Sep 9, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$7,008
$7,406
$9,306
$9,406
$9,606
$10,806
Sep 23, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,808
$7,206
$9,106
$9,206
$9,406
$10,606
Oct 7, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$6,258
$6,656
$8,556
$8,656
$8,856
$10,056
Oct 21, 2017
Tranquility II & Poetry II
$5,658
$6,056
$7,956
$8,056
$8,256
$9,456
 
From Côte d’Azur (WLA)
Cruise Embarkation Date
Ships

Lower Deck fwd - Category E w/ fixed window

Lower Deck - Category D w/ fixed window
Middle Deck aft - Category B w/ french balcony
Middle Deck - Category A w/ french balcony
Upper Deck - Category P w/ french balcony
Upper Deck - Jr. Suite w/ french balcony
Apr 7, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,008
$6,406
$8,306
$8,406
$8,606
$9,806
Apr 21, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,458
$6,856
$8,756
$8,856
$9,056
$10,256
May 5, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,808
$7,206
$9,106
$9,206
$9,406
$10,606
May 19, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,908
$7,306
$9,206
$9,306
$9,506
$10,706
Jun 2, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$7,206
$7,604
$9,106
$9,604
$9,804
$10,606
Jun 16, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,758
$7,156
$9,056
$9,156
$9,356
$10,556
Jun 30, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,408
$6,806
$8,706
$8,806
$9,006
$10,206
Jul 14, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,408
$6,806
$8,706
$8,806
$9,006
$10,206
Jul 28, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,408
$6,806
$8,706
$8,806
$9,006
$10,206
Aug 11, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,408
$6,806
$8,706
$8,806
$9,006
$10,206
Aug 25, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,858
$7,256
$9,156
$9,256
$9,456
$10,656
Sep 8, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$7,008
$7,406
$9,306
$9,406
$9,606
$10,806
Sep 22, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,758
$6,856
$9,056
$9,156
$9,356
$10,556
Oct 6, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$6,308
$6,706
$8,606
$8,706
$8,906
$10,106
Oct 20, 2017
Poetry II & Tranquility II
$5,808
$6,206
$8,106
$8,206
$8,406
$9,606
IMPORTANT: Dates, Prices & Itineraries are subject to change.

For 14 Nights Cruise Only (No 1 Night Hotel in Cote d'Azur): Subtract $260 from above rates. WAL Itinerary: Arrive in Amsterdam DAy 1 for embarkation at 3:30pm. Depart Arles Day 15 upon disembarkation. // WLA Itinerary: Arrive in Arles Day 2 for embarkation between 4pm & 5pm. Depart Amsterdam Day 16 upon disembarkation.

Port charges: Additional $336 per pasenger.
For Single Traveler: Single Supplement applies.Please call to inquire.
Transfers at Start of Program and End of Program are available for purchase. Please inquire for details.
Prices Include:
• 14-night Cruise from Amsterdam to Arles (or reverse direction) in selected cabin category
• Transfer between ships from Basel to Chalon-sur-Saone (or reverse)
• Full board meals, including Captain's welcome and farewell receptions, Welcome and Farewell Dinners
• Daily Afternoon Tea
• Daily Night Fare
• Complimentary sparkling wine with breakfast; soft drinks with lunch; and regional wine, beer, or soft drinks with dinner are included daily on board your vessel
• Daily guided sightseeing program conducted by Certified Local Guides
• Special onboard and onshore experiences presented by entertainers, artisans and experts, designed to enrich your cruise.
• Complimentary coffee and tea available throughout the day
• Gratuities to Local Guides & Excursion Drivers
• Taxes
 
Prices Do Not Include:
• Individual arrival and departure (airfare, transfers)
• Travel insurance
• Port charges
• Gratuities to onboard crew
• Other personal expenses

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