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Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing departing from London - regional flights are subject to availability at a supplement. Overseas airport transfers are included in the cost. Itineraries are subject to change and availability. Offer can be withdrawn at any time without

notice. *Savings are per couple and are an up to amount.


Day 1 - Paris: Arrive at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport,

where you will be transferred to the ship.

Day 2 - 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, so you are likely to recognize scenes the

master rendered in oils on your way to his home

in Giverny. 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.

Day 3 - 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. You will also see the

Renaissance clock tower and the bronze cross marking

the site where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake.

Day 4 - Caudebec-en-Caux (Honfleur or Etretat):

FEATURED EXCURSIONS: Choice of Honfleur walking

tour OR exclusive guided "Go Active" golfing in Étretat

Travel through scenic countryside to Honfleur, an

enchanting seaside town. You'll soon discover why

impressionist painters came to paint its inspiring scenery.

Day 5 - 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 is most famous for the D-Day landings.

Visit the historic Utah and Omaha beaches, along with

Pointe du Hoc. You'll also visit Sainte-Mère-Église,

which became the first town in France to be liberated.

If you prefer, journey to Juno Beach, where the 3rd

Canadian infantry division came ashore. And for those

who wish to see a UNESCO's Memory of the World

Register, travel to Bayeux to view the famous 11thcentury tapestry depicting the Battle of Hastings.

Day 6 - Mantes-la-Jolie (Versailles):

FEATURED EXCURSIONS: Choice of Palace of

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.

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.

Cap your royal day off with the festive Captain's

Farewell Reception and Gala Dinner.

Day 7 - 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

Take a day cruise and panoramic tour to see the City of

Light's most famous sights, with a stop at the beautiful

Luxembourg Gardens. Or, visit the Île de la Cité, the

historic centre of Paris, and the great cathedral of Notre

Dame. Afterwards, cross the Archbishop's Bridge to

the Left Bank and the Latin Quarter. Wander through

the narrow streets where artists, writers, philosophers

and the Sorbonne's students have worked and lived the

bohemian lifestyle for which the district is famous.

Day 8 - Paris (disembark): Transfer to the airport

disembark the ship and transfer to Paris Charles de

Gaulle Airport for your flight home.

Salon de Beaux-Arts



Departure Dates from April - November 2017

Prices from £1999pp*

Based on 2nd April 2017.


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