Explore Paris, Burgundy & Provence
Celebrate the Provencal lifestyle. Explore Avignon's Palace of the Popes. Savor Lyon's culinary heritage. Toast the Beaujolais vineyards. Luxuriate in Paris's sophistication. Walk in Joan of Arc's footsteps at Rouen. Pay your respects at Normandy's World War II beaches. Art, cuisine, style, joie de vivre-if you love everything Francais, this is for you: a 15-day journey that combines our popular Lyon & Provence and Paris & the Heart of Normandy cruises into one tour de force.
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Day by Day
Day 1 - Avignon, France
Sheltered by medieval walls, Avignon's maze of narrow streets is filled with churches, museums and palaces tracing the history of this ancient, vibrant city.
Day 2 - Arles, France
The site of impressive Roman ruins, Arles inspires artists with its vibrant colors and striking quality of light.
Day 3 - Avignon, France
Avignon's grandest edifice is the Palace of the Popes, the papal seat for 70 years in the 14th century.
Day 4 - Viviers, France
Set in a mountainous province, Viviers was founded in the 5th century.
Day 5 - Vienne, France
Surrounded by steep hills and situated between France's Burgundy and Beaujolais regions, Vienne is the gateway to Lyon's countryside.
Day 6 - Lyon, France
After Paris, Lyon is France's most significant cultural and culinary center.
Day 7 - Lyon, France
There's nothing like losing yourself among the cobblestone streets and riverside promenade of Old Lyon.
Day 8 - Lyon, France
France's third largest city, Lyon straddles the Rhone and Saone Rivers.
Day 9 - Paris (Le Pecq), France
A Seine River port, Le Pecq lies just a short distance from the splendor of Paris's world-renowned culture, cuisine and architecture.
Day 10 - Vernon, France
Vernon's cobblestone streets are reminiscent of the Middle Ages, and some of the half-timbered houses feature magnificent wooden carvings.
Day 11 - Rouen, France
Founded by the Romans, Rouen is situated amidst the chalk cliffs along the Seine and filled with half-timbered houses and exquisite Gothic architecture.
Day 12 - Normandy Beaches
Normandy's legendary D-Day Beaches bear witness to the heroism of the troops who landed here in World War II.
Day 13 - Les Andelys, France
Set along the Seine, this small town is best known for the imposing Cha;teau Gaillard overlooking the village.
Day 14 - Mantes-la-Jolie, France
Formerly known as Mantes-sur-Seine for its picturesque location on the winding Seine River, Mantes-la-Jolie translates into "Mantes the Pretty."
Day 15 - Paris, France
Paris's cultural and historic significance is evident in its many noted landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower, Louvre and Arc de Triomphe.
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- Cruise Line
- Viking River Cruises
- Offer valid through 6/30/2020
- 15 Days
- Cruise Ship
- Viking Heimdal
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|Day 9||Paris (Le Pecq)|
|Day 12||Normandy Beaches|
|Day 13||Les Andelys|