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Grand France

14-Night Cruise from Paris to Avignon (or reverse)

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2017 & 2018 Departure Dates & Pricing

Paris to Avignon - 15 days

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Avignon to Paris - 15 days

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Detailed Itinerary:  Paris to Avignon

Skip to Avignon to Paris itinerary

Day 1: Paris (Embarkation Day)

Arrive at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport where you will be transferred to your ship.

Day 2: Les Andelys, Rouen

Featured Excursion: Hike to Château Gaillard

Les Andelys was of considerable strategic importance during the Middle Ages, prompting King Richard the Lionheart to build a fortified castle to protect the Duchy of Normandy from the French King Philip II in the 12th century. Your adventure takes you on a hike to the English king’s stronghold to admire the remains of the impressive Château Gaillard. In the afternoon, take in the enchanting beauty of the Seine’s lovely countryside. (BB, L, Captain’s Welcome Gala)

Day 3: Rouen (Normandy Beaches)

Featured Excursions: Full-day Normandy Beaches and a Choice of D-Day Museum at Arromanches - OR- the Tapestry Museum in Bayeux -OR- June Beach and Canadian Center

Normandy’s proximity to the sea has made it the site of many battles, including the famous D-Day Invasion by Allied forces during WWII. Before visiting the beaches of Normandy, you’ll be taken to Mulberry Harbor at Arromanches. Spend time understanding the logistics of the Allied forces invasion when you visit the D-Day Museum, OR drive to Bayeux, where you can appreciate the Medieval depiction of the Battle of Hastings on a tapestry from the 11th century. You’ll stop at the Allied landing sites at Omaha Beach before visiting a haunting reminder of the Allied forces’ hard fight for freedom - the American Cemetery at Colleville sur Mer. (BB, D

Day 4: Rouen

Featured Excursions: Choice of walking tour of Rouen -OR- “In the Steps of the Impressionist Painters” walking tour

Rouen, founded in pre-Roman times and the Medieval capital of the region, has managed to preserve many notable buildings from its long history despite being invaded, conquered, and bombed countless times over the years. Your visit will take you to the stunning Gothic cathedral; the haunting Medieval quarter; and the Gros Horloge, a Renaissance clock tower. The walk ends at Vieux Marche, where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake by the English. Or see the sights that inspired the Impressionists, followed by a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, which has the largest group of Impressionist paintings outside Paris. (BB, L, D)

Day 5: Caudebec-en-Caux (Honfleur)

Featured Excursion: Honfleur visit

After crossing the majestic Normandy Bridge spanning the river delta, travel overland to Honfleur, a charming French harbor town recreated in numerous paintings by such artists as Monet. You’ll be taken on a tour from the former smugglers’ harbor of Vieux Bassin - the most frequently painted scene in Honfleur - through the pedestrian streets to St. Catherine’s Church. (BB, L, D)

Day 6: Vernon (Giverny)

Featured Excursion: Monet’s Giverny

Visit Monet’s home in his beloved village of Giverny, where he lived for 43 years. Stroll through the gardens, where you will see the familiar Japanese bridge and water garden that so inspired this master’s work. (BB, L, Captain’s Farewell Dinner)

Note: Giverny will be closed during the March 16, March 23, and October 26 cruise departure dates. Instead of Giverny, guests will visit Versailles Palace.

Day 7: Paris

Featured Excursions: Choice of Montmartre village -OR- exclusive “Heart of Paris: Ile de la Cite and Latin Quarter” walking tour

Climb Montmartre’s picturesque little hill, which is surrounded by a labyrinth of extraordinary tiny streets and crowned by the Sacré Coeur. Take in the gorgeous views from this perch above the rooftops of Paris. Many fabulous figures have made this village their home, and you will understand why as this area of Paris provides the perfect setting to inspire. Or choose to take an intimate look at Parisian daily life with a “Heart of Paris” walking tour of the Île de la Cité, the epicenter of Paris and home to the famous Cathedral of Notre Dame. (BB, L, D)

Note: The Paris city tour is offered for cruise-only passengers.

Day 8: Paris (Disembarkation), transfer to Lyon (Embarkation)

Day 9: Chalon sur Saône (Beaune)

Featured Excursions: Beaune, Hospices de Beaune, and open-air food market visit

Located in the heart of Burgundy, Chalon sur Saône is an important center for France’s wine trade. From here, you will journey to nearby Beaune to visit the famous Hospices de Beaune, a charitable hospital founded by the Chancellor of Beaune in 1443. Marvel at the multicolored roofs of this architectural jewel, which has become one of the symbols of Burgundy. The hospice monks were given some vineyards in the 15th century so they could make wine to auction in order to help support charities, and to this day, the tradition continues. Sample local delicacies for lunch on your own at the open air market. (BB, Captain's Welcome Gala)

Note: The open-air food market visit will take place in Arles on reverse direction cruise (Chalon sur Saône to Arles).

Day 10: Lyon

Featured Excursions: Choice of Lyon city tour -OR- exclusive “See Lyon as the Lyonnais Do”

Lyon is the country’s lively and creative capital of gastronomy. The city’s origins date to the first century, when it was founded by the Romans, but it didn’t become an economic power in the region until the 15th century, when it was the center of France’s printing industry. A couple of centuries later, Lyon’s silk looms employed half the city’s population, who produced textiles that were famous the world over. Now France’s second largest conurbation, the city is a commercial powerhouse and the proud possessor of a UNESCO World Heritage-designated Old Town. Your tour starts with a drive to the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière, Lyon’s hallmark church, for a dramatic view of the town, which was built at the confluence of the Rhône and Saône rivers. From the motorcoach, you will view Terreaux Square, the Musée des Beaux-Arts, and the Opera House. Or opt for an intimate exploration of Lyon on foot, venturing into the alleyways, courtyards, and traboules (historic passageways) of the St. Jean old quarter. Some of these passageways were constructed by the Romans, but most owe their existence to 19th-century silk weavers - and WWII resistance fighters found them pretty handy. (BB, L, D)

Day 11: Tournon, Tain l'Hermitage

Featured Excursions: Wine tasting and Tournon walking tour

Nestled among famous vineyards, the twin cities of Tournon/Tain l’Hermitage are an ideal destination for those who are true connoisseurs of wine. Celebrate the region by indulging in some Côtes du Rhône mid-valley wines. Then cross the Marc Seguin suspension bridge and visit Tournon and its historic castle. (BB, L, D)

Day 12: Viviers, Avignon

Featured Excursion: Viviers walking tour and organ concert

Lovely Viviers, developed around its Romanesque cathedral, retains much of its historic charm. Your tour of Viviers starts in Old Town with an introduction to the city. You will take the Rue Chévrerie to Porte Riquot, then climb Rue du Château to reach St. Vincent Cathedral, where you will enjoy an organ concert. Finally, you will walk through the Medieval streets of this delightful town on your way back to the ship. (BB, L, D)

Day 13: Avignon

Featured Excursions: Choice of Avignon walking tour and Palace of the Popes -OR- exclusive “Back Streets of Avignon” tour

Avignon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, brims with history, culture, art, and life, and you will capture all of that on your walking tour of the “City of the Popes.” Start at the Medieval ramparts and continue to Clocktower Square, where the colorful café terraces face the magnificent City Hall, the Opera Theatre, and the classic mansions. Then, it’s on to Popes’ Palace Square for an inside view of the maze of galleries, chambers, and chapels that make up the grand Palace of the Popes, where seven 14th-century popes resided during a turbulent period in church history. Or opt for a tour of Avignon’s back streets, with a walk through hidden alleys, secret squares with sparkling fountains, and the flower market. You will have leisure time to enjoy more of this magical city on your own. Check out the cheese shops, where you may find 50 kinds of chevre for sale, or linger on the shady terrace of a courtyard cafe with a cool drink. (BB, L, D)

Day 14: Tarascon (Arles or Tarascon)

Featured Excursion: Arles walking tour and open-air food market visit

Vincent van Gogh found inspiration in the charming town of Arles and you will, too. Under the spell of the Provençal light and the vivid colors of nature, he spent a period of intense and impassioned work under these bright sunny skies. In fact, he produced more than 300 paintings and drawings in 15 months, including Starry Night. During your walking tour, discover Van Gogh’s Arles as well as a fascinating wealth of Roman monuments, such as the Amphitheater and Constantine’s baths. Afterwards, visit open-air market and sample some of its delicacies. (BB, L, D)

Day 15: Avignon (Disembarkation Day)

Disembark the ship in Avignon and transfer to the Marseille International Airport for your return flight home, or extend your stay in Aix-en-Provence. (CB/BB)

Departures & Pricing

 

Detailed Itinerary: Avignon to Paris

Skip to Paris to Avignon itinerary

Day 1: Marseille, transfer to Avignon (Embarkation Day)

Arrive at Marseille International Airport, where you will be transferred to the ship.

Day 2: Tarascon (Arles or Tarascon)

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of Arles walking discovery tour OR Tarascon walking discovery tour Vincent van Gogh found inspiration in Arles, and you will, too. Under the spell of the Provençal light and the vivid colors of nature, he spent a period of impassioned work under these bright sunny skies. As you explore the capital of the Camargue region with your local expert, see Van Gogh’s Arles, as well as a fascinating wealth of Roman monuments, such as the Amphitheatre and Constantine’s baths. For those who wish to discover another wonderful town along the Rhône, visit Tarascon, home to the oldest producer of French-made indiennes, Souleiado, established in 1806. In the evening, enjoy a festive Captain’s Welcome Reception and Gala Dinner.

Day 3: Avignon

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Avignon walking discovery tour with choice of Palace of the Popes OR Pont du Gard OR choice of exclusive “Off the Beaten Path” Avignon walking discovery tour, and exclusive guided “Go Active” kayak ride on the Gardon River

Avignon - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - is endlessly inviting; cafés and boutiques line tree-shaded squares enlivened with street performers. Discover the city built by the Avignon papacy with your guide, including the vast Palace of the Popes, or visit the UNESCO-designated Pont du Gard built by the Romans 2,000 years ago. If you prefer to see a different side of the city, join a local expert to venture “off the beaten path.” Discover the city’s picturesque hidden alleys and secret squares, strolling from enchanting Place Crillon to the Jewish quarter, and end at Place Pie, in the old city center, home to Avignon’s famous market hall. Here you’ll want to stroll through, as there is a treasure trove of Provençal delicacies on display. Later in the day, you can also “Go Active” by paddling a kayak on the tranquil Gardon River.

Note: The kayak ride on the Gardon River is only available for May through September departure dates.

Day 4: Viviers

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Exclusive intimate Viviers “Village Day”

Viviers retains much of its medieval character and charm, with narrow lanes and historic structures. See the sights on foot, then climb Rue du Château to take in the view from the 12th-century St. Vincent Cathedral. Afterwards, you can go inside the cathedral to hear a recital of music by Puccini, Bach and Handel. Before returning to the ship, spend time enjoying some local activities. You have a choice to learn the art of clay pot making at a demonstration, and then be treated to an aperitif of the local favorites, such as olives, rosé wine and apricot juice, or you can enjoy your aperitif at a private mansion in the village.

Day 5: Tournon (Tain l'Hermitage)

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of exclusive Tournon and Tain-I’Hermitage village stroll with wine tasting OR exclusive guided “Go Active” Hermitage vineyards hike with wine tasting

Nestled on opposite sides of the river in the heart of the Côtes du Rhône, the twin cities of Tournon and Tain-l’Hermitage are an ideal destination for wine connoisseurs. Experience this famous wine district in one of two ways. Explore Tournon and its historic castle, then cross over the suspension bridge to Tain-l’Hermitage to taste Côtes du Rhône wines. If you prefer to explore the Hermitage vineyards more actively, then take a guided hike through the steepest vineyards on the Rhône, where the world-famous wines are produced. After you’ve seen how the grapes are grown, taste the fruit that has been transformed by the vintners’ craft into legendary wine.

Day 6: Lyon

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Lyon tour OR exclusive silk weavers walking discovery tour OR exclusive guided “Go Active” Lyon peninsula bike tour, and exclusive Lyon “Illuminations” tour

Situated at the confluence of the Rhône and Saône rivers, and with roots stretching back over 2,000 years to the days of Julius Caesar, Lyon is a place of fascinating dualities. You have your choice of ways to explore this city of contrasts. Foodies will want to delve into France’s capital of gastronomy with a guided tour of Les Halles, Lyon’s world-famous food market, taking in a tantalizing array of elaborate food stalls, bars and restaurants. In addition to being known for its culinary heritage, Lyon is also known for its history with silk—at one time, almost a third of the city’s population were silk weavers—so for those who enjoy this dignified fabric, you’ll be delighted to discover its heritage, and you’ll even have a chance to see a Jacquard loom in use. For a more active exploration of the city, pedal through the city designed with bike riders in mind. Cap the day off on an evening tour showcasing the best way to see the city’s architectural heritage, with over 100 sites illuminated.

Day 7: Mácon (Beaune)

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Beaune, Hospices de Beaune and open-air food market visit

Beaune may not be a large town, but it brims with history, a wealth of splendid regional architecture and incredible food. You’ll recognize the Hospices de Beaune immediately by its fabulous multicolored tile roof—it’s a symbol of Burgundy. Learn about Burgundy’s celebrated wines on an excursion here, where monks have been making and selling wine to support their charitable work since the 15th century. Afterwards, check out the farmers’ market, which spills from street to street in the Old Town. Cheeses, fruits, vegetables, local sausages, breads—all are on colorful display here. Celebrate the evening at the Captain’s Farewell Reception and Gala Dinner.

Note: The open-air food market visit will take place in Arles on the onward direction cruise (Paris to Avignon).

Day 8: Lyon (disembark), transfer to Paris via high-speed TGV train (embark)

Disembark the ship in Lyon, transfer to Paris via TGV high-speed train, and embark your ship.

Day 9: Vernon (Giverny), Les Andelys

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of Monet’s Giverny OR exclusive guided “Go Active” bike ride to Giverny and hike to Château Gaillard

Monet often painted the little riverside town of Vernon, your port of call, so you are likely to recognize scenes the master rendered in oils on your way to his home in Giverny. You have a choice as to how you wish to journey to his home where he lived and worked for more than 40 years—via a short bus ride or by bike. Once there, you’ll discover how Monet immortalized his home and gardens in his paintings. Later, cruise along the peaceful Seine to Les Andelys, where you may wish to hike up to Château Gaillard, Richard the Lionheart’s 12th-century stronghold, offering inspiring views of the Seine. Cap the day off at the festive Captain’s Welcome Reception and Gala dinner.

Note: Giverny will be closed during the October 29 and November 5 cruise departure dates. Instead of Giverny, guests will visit the gardens of Versailles.

Day 10: Rouen

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of Rouen gourmet walking discovery tour OR exclusive guided “Go Active” golfing at Rouen’s Mont-Saint-Aignan

Victor Hugo called Rouen the city with a hundred bell towers—and easily the most famous is the one rising above Notre Dame Cathedral, which you’ll visit. You will also see the Renaissance clock tower and the bronze cross marking the site where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake. Your tour includes stops to sample some delicacies of Normandy, including white cider and Camembert. For a more active experience, you have a choice to go golfing at Rouen’s Mont-Saint- Aignan, just minutes from the city. This 18-hole course offers both veterans and beginners the chance to play in a beautiful setting surrounded by woods.

Note: Golf excursions are open to a limited number of golfers.

Day 11: Caudebec-en-Caux (Honfleur or Étretat)

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of Honfleur walking discovery tour OR exclusive guided “Go Active” golfing in Étretat

Travel through bucolic Calvados countryside to Honfleur, an enchanting seaside town. You’ll soon discover why impressionist painters came to paint its inspiring scenery. For those who want to continue their French golf experience, you’ll want to go play at Golf d’Étretat, perched on the clifftops more than 150 feet above the sea, making playing golf here both a memorable experience and a visual feast.

Day 12: Rouen (Normandy Beaches)

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of Utah and Omaha beaches, Sainte-Mère-Église or Juno Beach OR Bayeux, and Arromanches and the American Cemetery

Normandy has been the setting for many battles over the centuries, including the D-Day invasion of WWII. You decide how you wish to experience it. For those wishing to visit the American airborne forces’ landing beaches, you’ll want to go to the historic Utah and Omaha beaches, along with Pointe du Hoc, one of the strategic strong points between the two beaches. You’ll also visit Sainte-Mère-Église, which became the first town in France to be liberated, and its airborne museum. If you prefer to go to the Canadian landing beaches, journey to Juno Beach, where the 3rd Canadian infantry division came ashore; you’ll see the exhibit at the Canadian Centre. And for those who wish to see an astonishing millennium-old textile listed on UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register, you’ll wish to travel to Bayeux to view the famous 11th-century tapestry depicting the Battle of Hastings. All groups will meet later in the day at the American Cemetery and Memorial honoring US soldiers. While here, you are welcome to participate in a special remembrance ceremony that includes a wreath laying, the American national anthem and a moment of silence.

Day 13: Mantes-la-Jolie (Versailles)

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of Palace of Versailles OR Château de Malmaison

Dock in Mantes-la-Jolie, gateway to either an excursion to Versailles or Château de Malmaison. Versailles set the standard for opulence, not just in the 17th century but for the succeeding centuries as well. Tour the royal apartments, which still look much as they did when Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette fled in 1789. Marvel at the magnificent Hall of Mirrors and walk through some of the fountain-filled gardens. Château de Malmaison, once home to Napoleon’s first empress, Josephine, is filled with Empire-style furnishings, thanks to the keen eye of young Josephine. Here the empress entertained in elegance and created gardens that were world famous in her day. Cap your royal day off with the festive Captain’s Farewell Reception and Gala Dinner.

Day 14 – Paris

FEATURED EXCURSIONS:Choice of “Heart of Paris” cruise and city tour OR exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Île de la Cité and Latin Quarter walking tour OR exclusive guided “Go Active” Seine riverbank bike ride

Hemingway called Paris a moveable feast: Once you’ve experienced it, you will take it with you wherever you go. You have three choices for how you wish to experience the city. If you are experiencing Paris for the first time, you may wish to take a cruise along the Seine for an unforgettable look at the heart of Paris from the water and continue on a panoramic tour to see the City of Light’s most famous sights, with a stop at the beautiful Luxembourg Gardens. For those who wish to experience Paris as a true Parisian, join the “Do as the Locals Do” tour. Take the Métro to the Île de la Cité, the historic center of Paris, and the great cathedral of Notre Dame. An expert in the history and architecture of this magnificent cathedral is your guide as you explore both inside and out. After you’ve admired Notre Dame’s stained glass, flying buttresses and idiosyncratic gargoyles, cross the Archbishop’s Bridge to the Left Bank and the Latin Quarter. Wander through the narrow streets where for centuries artists, writers, philosophers and the Sorbonne’s students have lived and worked, argued politics, painted, sipped absinthe and lived the bohemian lifestyle for which the district is famous. And for those who prefer a more active exploration of the city, hop on a bicycle for a guided ride along the Seine.

Day 15: Paris (Disembarkation Day)

Disembark the ship and transfer to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport for your return flight home.

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.

2017 and 2018 Departures

Start City
Rates are in $ USD and are PER PASSENGER sharing a twin cabin.

From Paris

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Suite - Upper Deck w/ french balcony
Royal Suite - Upper Deck w/ french balcony
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$8,599
$9,499
$11,299
$11,799
$12,899
$16,299
$20,299
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$9.699
$11.499
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$13,099
$16,499
$20,499
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$9,399
$11,199
$11,699
$12,799
$16,199
$20,199
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$8,299
$9,199
$10,999
$11,499
$12,599
$15,999
$19,999
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$8,099
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$10,399
$11,499
$14,899
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$5,499
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$11,599
$15,799
Apr 8, 2018
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$6,299
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$8,299
$9,099
$12,399
$16,599
Apr 22, 2018
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$9,999
$13,299
$17,499
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$7,699
$7,899
$9,499
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$10,699
$13,999
$18,199
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$9,499
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$18,299
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From Avignon
Cruise Start Date
Category 5- Lower Deck fwd w/ high fixed window
Category 4- Lower Deck w/ high fixed window
Category 3-Middle Deck fwd & aft w/ window
Category 2- Lower Deck w/ window
Category 1 - Upper Deck w/ french balcony
Suite - Upper Deck w/ french balcony
Royal Suite - Upper Deck w/ french balcony
Aug 27, 2017
$8,599
$9,499
$11,299
$11,799
$12,899
$16,299
$20,299
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$9,699
$11,499
$11,999
$13,099
$16,499
$20,499
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$5,499
$7,099
$7,499
$8,299
$11,599
$15,799
Apr 8, 2018
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$6,299
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$8,299
$9,099
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May 20, 2018
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Jul 29, 2018
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Aug 26, 2018
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$10,599
$13,899
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$8,299
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$14,399
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$18,499
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Oct 21, 2018
$6,599
$6,799
$8,399
$8,799
$9,599
$12,899
$17,099
IMPORTANT: Dates, Prices & Itineraries are subject to change.
2018 Departures: Port charges are additional $280 per person.
For Single Traveler: Single Supplement applies. Please inquire.

Prices Include:

▪ 14 nights Cruise in selected riverview stateroom 
▪ First class TGV train between Paris and Lyon
▪ All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
▪ 14 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 14 dinners
▪ 2 Captain's Welcome Galas and 2 Captain's Farewell Dinners
▪ Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee and tea, and mineral water
▪ Shore excursions, including "Choice is Yours" options, fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
▪ Guided “Go Active,” “Do as the Locals Do,”  “Village Day,” and “Gentle Walking” programs
▪ 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
▪ Services of an experience Cruise manager and attentive, all English-speaking staff
▪ State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio headset system on all shore excursions
▪ Captivating onboard local entertainment and lectures
▪ Cultural enrichment, including 2 Signature Lectures
▪ 24-Hour Room Service (new in 2017)
▪ Concierge services
▪ All gratuities for all onboard and onshore services
▪ Free Internet and Wi-Fi access onboard
▪ Transfers on Embarkation and Dismebarkation Day. Transfers are subject to transfer guidelines. Please ask for details.
▪ Taxes

Prices Do Not Include:

▪ Individual arrival and departure (airfare)
▪ Travel Insurance
▪ Port charges (For 2017 Departures: Port charges are included in the cruise prices)
▪ Personal expenses

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