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Seine Experience

Normandy & Paris

SAILING SOON Premium All-Inclusive River Cruise Offers

Rhône Route Classique A-ROSA's International River Cruise ships offer a new, relaxing style of cruising. A premium allinclusive drinks package and open buffet

style dining gives you the freedom of choice. Plus all

their ships feature SPA-AROSA facilities including gym, sauna and heated pool or whirlpool.

RIVER CRUISING

7 nights full-board cruise aboard A-ROSA STELLA

Premium all-inclusive drinks package throughout the day

2 departures available (price based based on the 18 April 2020 departure)

7 nights full-board cruise aboard A-ROSA VIVA

Premium all-inclusive drinks package throughout the day

8 departures available (price based on 9 April 20 departure)

WHAT'S INCLUDED

• Flights

• Premium all-inclusive drinks package

• Extensive Lunch and Dinner buffets

• Afternoon tea and coffee

• Embarkation and evening snacks

• FREE Wi-Fi

• SPA-AROSA with gym, sauna and

relaxation centre

• Discounted massage and beauty

treatments

• Heated outdoor pool or whirlpool

• Activities and entertainment

Day 1: UK to Lyon, France

Fly London to Lyon and embark A-ROSA ship.

Day 2: Chalon-sur-Saône

Explore the second-largest city in Burgundy, Chalon-sur-Saône, with its many beautiful old

townhouses and the Cathédrale Saint-Vincent, which is definitely worth seeing.

Day 3: Mâcon to Trevoux to Lyon

Described as the 'Gateway to Beaujolais' with a Mediterranean character Mâcon has no

shortage of ancient churches and cathedrals well worth a visit. Perhaps sample some of the

famous locally produce wines.

Day 4: Lyon

What a city, the old town is a UNESCO Word Heritage Site, with narrow alleyways, rear

courtyards, popular quays and large squares on the Presqu'île. This city takes visitors on an

extraordinary journey through different eras and cultures

Day 5: Châteauneuf-du-Pape to Avignon

Just a couple of kilometres from the Rhône, you'll find Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and the ruin

of the Avignon popes' summer residence.

Avignon is one of the most popular ports of call. An imposing historic city, with the unique

and unmissable Palais des Papes in Avignon's ancient quarter.

Day 6: Avignon to Arles

A morning in Avignon gives you another chance to explore before cruising to Arles. A sundrenched

city with terracotta-tiled rooftops occuping a broad bend in the River Rhône.

Many of its monuments have named UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it was also once home

to Vincent van Gogh for a while.

Day 7: Viviers to La Voulte-sur-Rhône

Viviers is a small medieval city in the Ardèche region boasting numerous sights, dotted

with well-preserved monuments from bygone ages, with a diverse range of attractions.

The small city scape of La Voulte-sur-Rhône, is characterised by the castle from the 14th

century located in the old town, seen from afar.

Day 8: Lyon, France to UK

Disembark A-ROSA Ship and fly to London.

Day 1: UK to Paris, France

Fly London to Paris and embark A-ROSA ship.

Day 2: Les Andelys

The pleasant, tranquil little town of Les Andelys occupies an idyllic spot surrounded by nature

on the bank of the Seine. Known for its castle, Château Gaillard ruins.

Day 3: Caudebec-en-Caux

Discover Caudebec-en-Caux a tranquil little town is located in the heart of Normandy. Visit the

local church especially worth seeing due to its beautiful architecture, experience the typical

French lifestyle first-hand.

Day 4: Caudebec-en-Caux to Rouen

Depart Caudebec-en-Caux this morning and cruise to Rouen. You quickly lose track of time in

Normandy's capital Rouen, but you're reminded of it again by the 600-year-old 'Big Clock'. This

is one of the world's oldest astronomical clocks with just one hand for the hour.

Day 5: Rouen

You have another full day to explore this historic capital, a famous old French city commonly

known as the "city with a hundred bells chiming in the air". Situated north of France on the

River Seine, the capital city of Normandy is well known for its Notre Dame Cathedral and the

city where Joan of Arc was trialled.

Day 6: Vernon

Vernon is another highlight of a Seine cruise, visit Claude Monet's house and garden in Giverny.

It is a magnet for art and culture lovers and those of a romantic inclination. The lush gardens

with enchanting lily pond which is the subject of one of the world's most valuable paintings.

Day 7: Paris

Arrive in the heart of the action, Paris, France's capital, is a major European city and a global

centre for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by

wide boulevards and the River Seine. An overnight call is perfect for discovering the beauty

of this city before heading home.

Day 8: Paris, France to UK

Disembark A-ROSA Ship and fly to London.

From

£925 per person

From

£899 per person

WHAT'S INCLUDED

• Flights

• Premium all-inclusive drinks package

• Extensive Lunch and Dinner buffets

• Afternoon tea and coffee

• Embarkation and evening snacks

• FREE Wi-Fi

• SPA-AROSA with gym, sauna and

relaxation centre

• Discounted massage and beauty

treatments

• Heated outdoor pool or whirlpool

• Activities and entertainment

Explore the rustic, rural region of Burgundy where hillsides are covered in the

most famous vines in the world. Then lose yourself in picturesque Provence

and soak up the colours and beauty of nature.

Experience the delights of Paris, one of the most beautiful and romantic

cities in world. Then it's onto the blossoming meadows and dense forests of

Normandy on this picture perfect Seine cruise.

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