Overview Grand Seine & Bordeaux


14- Night Cruise

CRUISE FROM : Paris to Bordeaux

Immerse yourself in the rich history, captivating art, vibrant culture, and epicurean delights of France on this enchanting 14-night journey along four spectacular waterways: the Seine, Garonne, and Dordogne rivers and the Gironde Estuary. Depart from the “City of Lights” and head through Normandy for the opportunity to pay your respects on the D-Day landing beaches. Whet your palate for the Bordeaux delights to come by sampling the Normandy's famed Calvados, cider, and cheese. Step inside Monet’s paintings at his home and gardens in Giverny, visit idyllic châteaux, and pedal through the French countryside before cruising back into Paris with the Eiffel Tower as your backdrop. Then, board your train for Bordeaux, where you will sip a variety of wines from this famed wine region and marvel at historic architecture, from the UNESCO-designated Blaye Citadel to the impressive Roquetaillade Castle and even Bordeaux’s marvelously modern Cité du Vin wine museum. This is the ideal itinerary for those who want more than “just a taste” of France.


RIVERS: Seine, Garonne, Dordogne

Grand Seine & Bordeaux At A Glance

On our river cruises, you will enjoy an extensive lineup of included tours. In many cases, you will have a choice of excursions, such as standard tours, bike tours, hikes and special interest tours. We always include a large variety of activities so that you can choose how you want to explore. No matter your preference, your days will be full of discovery and wonder.
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Itinerary is subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please refer to the itinerary schedule provided with your final documents.

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There are few things as quintessentially French as cycling through the French countryside.
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Imagine yourself a part of a Monet masterpiece as you step into his lovely gardens at Giverny.
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Nestled in the French countryside between Libourne and Castillon-la-Bataille, the small village of Saint-Émilion is a jewel of the Bordeaux wine region.
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