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14-Night Cruise Paris to Bordeaux (or reverse)
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Paris to Bordeaux - 15 days

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Bordeaux to Paris - 15 days

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Detailed Itinerary: Paris to Bordeaux

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Day 1: Paris (Embarkation Day)

Arrive at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and board your ship. (D)

Day 2: Vernon (Giverny), Les Andelys

Featured Excursion: Monet’s Giverny and hike to Château Gaillard -or- exclusive guided “Go Active” Nordic walking tour

Today, as you dock at the small town of Vernon, you have the opportunity to explore one of the most famous gardens in art, Claude Monet’s Giverny.  

Visit Monet’s home in his beloved village of Giverny, where he lived and worked for more than 40 years. When Monet bought the property, most of it was an orchard; he transformed it over the years into the enchanted vision that he painted, essentially creating each work of art twice: once as a living garden and again as a painting. Stroll through the gardens and admire the familiar Japanese bridge and water garden that inspired him. Though the town suffered bomb damage during WWII, you’ll still be able to recognize many scenes from the master’s iconic paintings. Step even further into the past with a hike to Château Gaillard. Your adventure takes you to the dramatic white-stone remains of the English king’s stronghold. You’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the river and surrounding countryside. Or take a guided Nordic walking tour along the popular trail to Château Gaillard and the cliffs above St. Jaques hospital. In the evening, enjoy a Captain’s Welcome Reception and Gala Dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 3: Rouen (Normandy Beaches)

Featured excursions: "Choice is Yours" Excursion options: Full-day Normandy Beaches with choice of D-Day Museum at Arromanches -or- Juno Beach and the Canadian Center -or- the Tapestry Museum in Bayeux

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 go to Mulberry Harbor at Arromanches and explore the D-Day Museum. Or choose to visit Juno Beach where the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division landed, and take in the exhibits at the Canadian Center. Or, after spending time in Arromanches, drive to Bayeux to see the famous 11th-century tapestry depicting the Battle of Hastings. Continue to the Allied landing sites at Omaha Beach before visiting a haunting reminder of the Allied forces’ hard fight for freedom—the American Cemetery. Located in Colleville-sur-Mer, near the section of coastline designated “Omaha Beach,” the cemetery and memorial honor American soldiers who lost their lives while fighting in Europe. Uniworld guests can participate in a special ceremony during their visit that involves a wreath laying, the American national anthem, and a moment of silence.(BB, D)

Note: The Tapestry Museum is a popular attraction in summer; therefore, the order of events may change to accommodate scheduling issues.

Day 4: Rouen

Featured Excursions: Choice of walking tour of Rouen -OR- exclusive guided “Go Active” bike ride along the Seine River

Rouen, founded in pre-Roman times and the Medieval capital of the region, has managed to preserve many notable buildings despite being invaded, conquered, and bombed countless times over the years. Your visit will take you to the stunning Gothic cathedrals, the haunting Medieval quarter and the Gros Horloge, a Renaissance clock tower. The walk ends at Vieux Marché, where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake by the English in 1431. Or enjoy a bike ride along the Seine with an expert guide. The Seine River banks are popular with locals, and cycling on the docks is part of the art of enjoying Rouen. (BB, L, D)

Day 5: Caudebec-en-Caux (Honfleur)

Featured Excursion: Honfleur walking tour

After crossing the Pont de Tancarville (Tancarville Bridge), you’ll drive through the beautiful Calvados countryside on your way to Honfleur, a major defensive port in the 17th century and the starting point of many expeditions to the New World. Birthplace of the unconventional French composer Erik Satie, the town has blossomed into a delightful seaside harbor and city of painters; over the years, it has been favored by artists such as Gustave Courbet, Eugene Boudin, and Claude Monet.

Your walking tour of the fishing village begins at the former smugglers’ harbor of Vieux Bassin - the most frequently painted scene in Honfleur - which looks much as it did a century ago, though these days the boats in the harbor are likely to be pleasure craft rather than fishing vessels. From the pedestrian streets lined with artists’ workshops to the Medieval town center, Honfleur is a delight to ramble through. Your local guide will take you through the tiny lanes, where houses stand shoulder to shoulder in a jumble of styles: narrow 19th-century slate-roofed townhouses, 15th-century fishermen’s homes, tall and elegant mansions, many adorned with figures of chimeras or saints. You’ll see St. Catherine’s church, built in the 15th century by shipwrights, who gave it an oak ceiling that looks like the hull of a boat.

Enjoy some free time amid a myriad of shops known for their paintings and handicrafts. The quaint houses converted into cafés and brasseries serving wine and seafood make for a special treat. Sample some fresh oysters and fruits de mer from local fishermen before you board the motorcoach to return to the ship in Caudebec-en-Caux via the majestic Pont de Normandie (Normandy Bridge). (BB, L, D)

Day 6: Conflans-Sainte- Honorine (Auvers sur Oise)

Featured Excursions: “Vincent van Gogh’s Footsteps” walking tour of Auvers-sur-Oise

Find yourself in Auvers-sur-Oise, following the footsteps of Impressionist master Vincent van Gogh. The ill-fated artist spent just the last two months of his life here, but in that time painted many of its buildings, including the Town Hall, the church, and the home of his doctor, Dr. Gachet. You can see the former inn where he stayed until his death in 1890 and then visit his tomb in the “new cemetery” (inaugurated in 1858). He’s buried beside his brother, Theo, who died a year later. Your guide will transport you to the 19th century and give you a true-to-life sense of the artist’s final days as you stand in the very place where Van Gogh set his easel. In the evening, enjoy a Captain’s Farewell Reception and Gala Dinner. (BB, L, Captain's Farewell Dinner)

Day 7: Paris

Featured Excursions: Choice of Paris city tour or exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Île de la Cité and Latin Quarter walking tour or exclusive guided “Go Active” Nordic walking tour of parks and Eiffel Tower

Your panoramic city tour includes the most Parisian of sights: the grand Champs-Élysées, where you will pass the Arc de Triomphe before stopping at the Champs de Mars for an opportunity to photograph the Eiffel Tower. Then continue on to the Place Vendôme, Hôtel de Ville, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Latin Quarter. Then it’s on to Les Invalides, the Louvre courtyard, and Luxembourg Gardens, where you can stretch your legs and see a slice of Parisian life. Or, take a more intimate look at Parisian daily life with a walking tour of the Île de la Cité, the historic center of Paris, which is home to the famous Cathedral of Notre Dame. Your tour also includes a stop by a traditional open-air market to shop as the Parisians do for bread, cheese, and other regional delicacies. Or take a guided Nordic walking tour under Paris’s bridges, and along the Seine River to discover many styles of houseboats, the Statue of Liberty, and the Eiffel Tower. (BB, L, D)

Day 8: Paris (Disembarkation), transfer to Bordeaux via high speed TGV train (Embarkation)

Today, you’ll disembark the ship and be transferred to the railway station for your TGV transfer to Bordeaux, where you’ll join your next ship and begin the second part of this exciting journey. A host of charming towns and many epicurean delights await you in this ancient and beautiful corner of France. This is one of the world’s most celebrated wine regions, and you can look forward to exclusive tastings of its finest offerings - á votre santé! (BB, L, D)

Day 9: Cruising the Garone River and Gironde Estuary, Pauillac

Featured Excursion: Choice of Médoc panoramic tour with exclusive winery visit and tasting or exclusive guided “Go Active” vineyard bicycle ride

Set sail on the Garonne river for the pretty town of Pauillac, gateway to the Médoc wine route. Not far out of Bordeaux, the GaronnSet sail on the Garonne for the pretty town of Pauillac, gateway to the storied Médoc wine route, where you’ll begin a panoramic tour of the heart of the Haut-Médoc AOC (or appellation d’origine contrôlée, a geographical designation that denotes where grapes are grown). Enjoy an exclusive visit to a celebrated winery, Châteaux d’Arsac, where you’ll discover your personal “wine sign” with a special blind tasting. Or experience the terroir in an entirely different way: with a guided bike ride through the beautiful Médoc vineyards. You’ll get an up-close look at the vines and truly take in the atmosphere - the earth, the sunshine - of this famous wine-growing region. In the evening, enjoy a Captain’s Welcome Reception and Gala Dinner. (BB, L, Captain's Welcome Gala)

Day 10: Cruising the Gironde Estuary, Blaye

Featured excursions:  Choice of scenic drive along the Route de la Corniche Fleurie with Blaye Fortress or exclusive guided “Go Active” Nordic walking tour of Blaye Fortress

Today you’ll sail across the Gironde Estuary to Blaye. The scenic journey through the estuary offers a unique look at the delta, where fishing huts rise above grassy marshlands edged by limestone cliffs. Running along those cliffs is a little road called the Route de la Corniche Fleurie. The road winds through the picturesque hamlets of Pain de Sucre, Marmisson, and Roque de Thau, where you’ll find charming stone houses built by 19th-century ship captains. Upon returning to Blaye, your guide will take you through the 17th-century citadel built by famed military engineer Vauban. Its fortress and tunnels are a UNESCO monument. Then enjoy some free time to explore the town on your own. Or take part in a guided Nordic walking tour of Blaye Fortress. (BB, L, D)

Day 11: Libourne (Bergerac and Périgord)

Featured Excursion: Bergerac city tour

Bergerac, which is located in the southernmost part of the Périgord and boasts 12 AOCs, and is your jumping-off point for today’s adventure. On your walking tour of the town you’ll explore the popular farmers’ market, hear the fateful story of Cyrano de Bergerac and his Roxanne, and watch the flat-bottom boats glide along the river. Stop at the 16th-century Château de Monbazillac, which offers marvelous views overlooking Bergerac and the Dordogne River. The drive along the Dordogne is an especially scenic one, and you’ll cross bridges to explore charming Bastide villages on both sides of the river.

The “gastronomic meal of the French” is so indelibly linked to the country’s identity that it was added to UNESCO’s list of “intangible cultural heritage”in 2010, and tonight you will discover why during an extra special dinner. World-famous French Master Chef Philippe Etchebest has loaned his gastronomic genius to River Royale’s culinary team. His interpretation of the region’s delicacies will inform a specially crafted onboard dinner menu for Uniworld guests only. Bon appétit! (BB, L, D)

Day 12: Libourne (Saint- Emilion), cruising the Dordogne River, Bordeaux

Featured excursion: Saint-Émilion walking tour with wine tasting and exclusive nighttime tour of Bordeaux

Saint-Émilion offers exceptional historic architecture, and historic vineyards too. The Romans were the first to plant grapes here, and this was the first vineyard region to be protected by UNESCO. The town, built atop limestone hills, offers many interesting shops, but what makes it extraordinary is what exists below the cobbled streets - Saint-Émilion’s Monolithic Church which dates back to the 12th century. After touring Saint-Émilion, you’ll visit the cellars of a Premier Grand Cru estate where you’ll taste some of the world’s most highly rated wines. Once you’re back in Bordeaux, you will enjoy an evening tour. Bordeaux under the stars - what could be more magical? After Paris, Bordeaux has more protected buildings than any other French city. From the alleyways of the Saint-Pierre district to the avenues of the Place des Quinconces, you’ll see why Queen Elizabeth II deemed Bordeaux“the essence of elegance.” (BB, L, D)

Day 13: Bordeaux, Cadillac

Featured excursions: Cadillac, chateaux and the vineyards of Sauternes with exclusive artisanal lunch and wine tasting at Château d’Arche

During a tour to nearby Cadillac you’ll embark on a study of Sauternes, the sweet wine which is named for the region. Sauternes is made from grapes that have been affected by Botrytis cinerea, or noble rot, a fungus that causes a raisin-like decay, resulting in a concentrated and distinctly flavored sweet wine. You’ll meet the winemakers and enjoy an elegant wine-pairing lunch at Château d’Arche. You’ll also see the grounds of legendary Château d’Yquem. In the evening, enjoy a Captain’s Farewell Reception and Gala Dinner. (BB, L, Captain's Farewell Dinner)

Day 14: Bordeaux

Featured Excursion: Choice of exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Bordeaux walking tour or exclusive guided “Go Active” bicycle ride along the Garonne River banks

See Bordeaux à pied on a fascinating walking tour of the Golden Triangle, where you’ll encounter the very best the city has to offer. Explore luxury food halls, sample Bordeaux’s famous canelés and chocolates, discover marvelous 18th-century architecture, and visit an elegant wine bar popular with locals. If you’re looking for something more active, consider joining a guided bicycle ride along the scenic banks of the Garonne River. You’ll have plenty of free time to further enjoy Bordeaux on your own. Revisit some of the places you saw on your tour or explore new areas. It’s a great chance to do a little shopping too. (BB, L, D)

Day 15: Bordeaux (Disembarkation Day)

Disembark the ship and transfer to Bordeaux–Mérignac International Airport for your flight home, or extend your stay in Biarritz.   (CB/BB)

Departures & Pricing

Detailed Itinerary: Bordeaux to Paris

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Day 1: Paris (Embarkation Day)

Arrive at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship.

Day 2: La Roche-Guyon, Vernon (Giverny)

Today is a celebration of Northern France’s natural beauty, with an excursion to a splendid chateau and gardens situated in an equally grand setting, plus a chance to immerse yourself in the very landscapes that inspired Impressionist master Claude Monet.   Visit the hilltop Chateau La Roche-Guyon, surrounded by beautiful gardens and offering sweeping views over the Seine. Later, you can visit the home and gardens of Impressionist master Claude Monet—the inspiration for many of his most beloved works. Or, take in the beautiful French countryside in a more invigorating way, with a guided bike ride from Vernon to Giverny.

Featured Excursion: Château La Roche-Guyon

Choice of Monet’s gardens at Giverny or Exclusive guided “Let's Go” bicycle ride to Giverny

This evening, a special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you.

Day 3: Rouen

Walk in the footsteps of greatness in Normandy’s medieval capital, a city with a historic quarter that remains amazingly intact. From the cathedral Monet painted dozens of times to the cross marking to spot where Joan of Arc was martyred, Rouen is a treasure trove for the culturally curious.   The medieval capital of Normandy, Rouen has managed to preserve much of its historic core, despite being turned into a battlefield numerous times. The roll call of famous people who lived or died in Rouen is long and varied— Richard the Lionheart, Joan of Arc, Gustave Flaubert and Claude Monet are among them.

Featured Excursion:

Rouen gourmet walking discovery tour

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

Golfing? On a river cruise? This delightfully unexpected excursion—a Uniworld exclusive—features a dramatic links course set atop Normandy’s Alabaster Coast. In a word, magnifique. Not into golf? Stroll through seaside Honfleur, captured on canvas by generations of artists.   Caudebec, a lovely little town on a serene loop of the Seine, is your base for one of two very different excursions. You could drive through the beautiful Calvados countryside to Honfleur, a delightful seaside harbor and city of painters, or head to the windy cliffs of Étretat for a game of golf.

Choice of Honfleur walking discovery tour or Exclusive guided “Let's Go” golfing in Étretat

Day 5: Rouen (Normandy Beaches)

The Normandy coast will forever be associated with the Allies’ D-Day invasion, a day that comes vividly to life today on an excursion to the beaches of 1944. Or travel even further into the past with an up-close look at the thousand-year-old Bayeux Tapestry, depicting the Norman conquest.   Immerse yourself in the tactics, desperate courage and horrendous human cost of the 1944 Allied invasion of France, the first step in the ultimately victorious land campaign against the Third Reich. It began here, on these Norman beaches, each of which was assigned a code name by the Allies as they planned their attack.

Featured Excursion: Arromanches, the American Cemetery and Omaha Beach

Choice of Utah Beach, Pointe du Hoc and Sainte-Mère-Église or Juno Beach or Bayeux

Day 6: Mantes-la-Jolie (Versailles)

How did France’s rulers live over the centuries? Step into the private rooms of either the Palace of Versailles, the lavish palace built by the Sun King, or Marie Antoinette’s hamlet to find out.

Choice of Palace of Versailles secret apartments or Marie-Antoinette’s hamlet

A special Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

Day 7: Paris

Whether you’re a first-time visitor to the “City of Light” or you’ve been here many times before, there’s something for everyone today in Paris. Enjoy a panoramic overview of the city, join a local expert for a walk through two much-loved neighborhoods, or pedal your way along the Left Bank, a fresh and fun way to take in the sights.

Choice of Paris city tour or Exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Île de la Cité and Latin Quarter walking tour or Exclusive guided “Let's Go” Left Bank bicycle ride

Day 8: Paris (Disembark), Transfer to Bordeaux via High-Speed TGV Train (Embark)

Disembark the magical S.S. Joie de Vivre and transfer to Bordeaux via high-speed, first-class TGV train. Your next ship, the breathtaking River Royale, is conveniently docked right in the heart of the city. If time allows, why not stroll to the nearby food markets or take the tram to the popular Saint-Michel flea market, which is just a few stops away? Note: Ship schedule and order of sightseeing may change throughout the itinerary. Tour to port of destination by motorcoach and substitute visits to other sites may occur during your trip due to the impact of water levels, closures because of public holidays or other uncontrollable factors.

Day 9: Cadillac

The French phrase “la douceur de vivre” is an accurate description for your time in Cadillac, known for its deliciously flavored dessert wines. Meet a local Sauternes producer and also enjoy a delectable wine-pairing lunch at a 14th-century fortress. Vous êtes arrivé à Cadillac, the area known for producing sweet dessert wines under the celebrated Cadillac AOC designation. You’re in for a treat!

Featured Excursion:

Cadillac, châteaux and Sauternes vineyards with exclusive artisanal wine-pairing lunch at Château de Cazeneuve

A special Captain’s Welcome Reception, and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

Day 10: Cruising the Garonne River and Gironde Estuary, Pauillac Lafayette

The legendary Médoc region abounds with prestigious wine châteaux in a dizzying array of architectural styles, as well as miles of grapevines stretching to infinity. Take a scenic drive to the tip of the peninsula or join a guide for a vineyard bicycle ride, followed by a wine tasting at a beautiful wine estate. Enjoy the waters of the Garonne River and the Gironde Estuary before heading to the pretty town of Pauillac, gateway to the storied Médoc wine route and the prestigious “châteaux road.” Visit a celebrated winery for an exclusive special tasting. Or take a guided bicycle ride through the Médoc vineyards.

Choice of Médoc châteaux route with exclusive wine tasting or Exclusive guided "Let's Go" vineyard bicycle ride with wine tasting

Day 11: Blaye, Bourg-sur-Gironde, Cruising the Dordogne River, Libourne

The Route de la Corniche Fleurie…could this be the most beautiful road you’ve ever traveled? Find out today on the drive to Blaye Fortress, passing through one impossibly picturesque hamlet after another, with exotic flowers (brought here by local sea captains) all along the way. Sail across the peaceful waters of the estuary, where fishing huts rise above grassy marshlands edged by limestone cliffs, as you make your way to the town of Blaye. A visual feast awaits you on a storied road named for the many flowers that line it.

Choice of Scenic drive along the Route de la Corniche Fleurie with Blaye Fortress

Day 12: Libourne (Saint-Émilion)

The medieval town of Saint-Émilion is an ideal place to linger. Wander its cobblestone lanes, lined with wine shops and bakeries, and stop to admire the amazing rock-hewn church that extends beneath the city’s streets. Another treasure awaiting you underground? A wine tasting in the cellars of a premier Grand Cru estate. With Libourne as your base, travel to nearby Saint-Émilion and immerse yourself more deeply in the region’s history and wine culture.

Choice of Saint-Émilion walking discovery tour with wine tasting

Day 13: Libourne, Cruising the Garonne River, Bordeaux

The French insist that the key to their superb wines is the soil in which they’re grown, the terroir. That same terroir also makes for extraordinary produce—the foundation for the country’s acclaimed cuisine—as you’ll discover today at a local farmers’ market.

Featured Excursion:

Libourne “Village Day” with farmers’ market

Day 14: Bordeaux

For Francophiles who are all Eiffel(ed) out, the city of Bordeaux is a delightful find, as elegant and sophisticated as big sister Paris, but with a younger and hipper vibe. Discover its many charms today, either on foot with a local expert or on two wheels, the locals’ preferred way to navigate the city’s charming back streets. How to spend your last day in Bordeaux? You have a wonderful selection of exclusive opportunities to see this magnificent place, whose seamless blend of classical and neoclassical architecture led to its being designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. “Do as the Locals Do” with a walking tour of the city, or venture out on a bicycle ride through the city. Either way, you’ll have an up-close and personal view of one of the world’s most bustling and dynamic cities.

Choice of Exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Bordeaux walking tour or Exclusive guided “Let's Go” bicycle ride through the back streets of Bordeaux

A special Captain’s Farewell Reception and  Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

Day 15: Bordeaux (Disembarkation Day)

Disembark the ship. If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Bordeaux-Mérignac International Airport for your 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.
  • Order of sightseeing may change throughout the itinerary. Substitute visits to other sites may occur during your trip due to water levels or other uncontrollable factors.
  • 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.

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$11,699
Mar 31, 2019
$5,599
$7,499
$11,999
Apr 7, 2019
$5,599
$7,499
$11,999
Apr 14, 2019
$5,999
$7,899
$12,399
Apr 21, 2019
$5,599
$7,499
$11,999
Apr 28, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
May 5, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
May 12, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
May 19, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
May 26, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jun 16, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jun 30, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jul 7, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jul 14, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jul 21, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jul 28, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Aug 4, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Aug 11, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Aug 18, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Sep 1, 2019
$7,599
$9,499
$13,999
Sep 22, 2019
$7,599
$9,499
$13,999
Sep 29, 2019
$7,599
$9,499
$13,999
Oct 6, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
 
From Bordeaux
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
May 20, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
May 27, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Jun 3, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Jun 17, 2018
$7,099
$7,299
$8,599
$8,999
$9,899
$13,399
Jun 24, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Jul 1, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Jul 8, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Jul 15, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Jul 22, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Jul 29, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Aug 5, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Aug 12, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Aug 19, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Aug 26, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Sep 2, 2018
$7,599
$7,799
$9,099
$9,499
$10,399
$13,899
Sep 9, 2018
$7,599
$7,799
$9,099
$9,499
$10,399
$13,899
Sep 16, 2018
$7,599
$7,799
$9,099
$9,499
$10,399
$13,899
Sep 23, 2018
$7,599
$7,799
$9,099
$9,499
$10,399
$13,899
Sep 30, 2018
$7,599
$7,799
$9,099
$9,499
$10,399
$13,899
Oct 7, 2018
$7,099
$7,299
$8,599
$8,999
$9,899
$13,399
Oct 14, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Oct 21, 2018
$6,999
$7,199
$8,499
$8,899
$9,799
$13,299
Cruise Start Date
Classic
French Balcony
Suite
Mar 31, 2019
$5,599
$7,499
$11,999
Apr 7, 2019
$5,599
$7,499
$11,999
Apr 14, 2019
$5,599
$7,499
$11,999
Apr 21, 2019
$5,599
$7,499
$11,999
Apr 28, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
May 5, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
May 12, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
May 19, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jun 9, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jun 23, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jun 30, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jul 7, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jul 14, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jul 21, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Jul 28, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Aug 4, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Aug 11, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Aug 18, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Aug 25, 2019
$6,999
$8,899
$13,399
Sep 15, 2019
$7,599
$9,499
$13,999
Sep 22, 2019
$7,599
$9,499
$13,999
Sep 29, 2019
$7,599
$9,499
$13,999
IMPORTANT: Dates, Prices & Itineraries are subject to change.
Port charges are additional $280 per person (2018 departures); Additional $340 per person (2019 departures).
For Single Traveler: Single Supplement applies. Please inquire.
Prices Include:
▪ 14 nights Cruise in selected riverview stateroom
▪ All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
▪ 14 breakfasts, 12 lunches, 14 dinners
▪ 2 Captain’s Welcome Gala and 2 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, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
▪ Guided “Go Active,” “Do as the Locals Do,” “Village Day,” and “Gentle Walking” programs
▪ 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
▪ Services of an experienced Cruise Manager and attentive, all English-speaking staff
▪ State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio headset system on all shore excursions
▪ Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks throughout your cruise
▪ Captivating onboard local entertainment
▪ Cultural enrichment, including 2 Signature Lectures
▪ 24-Hour Room Service
▪ Concierge services
▪ All gratuities for all onboard and onshore services
▪ Free Internet and Wi-Fi access onboard
▪ Transfers on Embarkation and Disembarkation Days.Transfers are subject to transfer guidelines. Please ask for details.
▪ Taxes
 
Prices Do Not Include:
▪ Individual arrival and departure (airfare)
▪ Travel insurance
▪ Port charges
▪ Personal expenses

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