Experience the best of German and French culture on an unforgettable European river cruise along the Rhine, Seine, Saône, and Rhône rivers. Capture the romance and splendour of this magical journey with your camera as you revel in spectacular views.
Begin your European adventure with a 2-night stay in Lucerne, Switzerland, exploring city highlights and embarking on a special excursion to Mount Pilatus. Your cruise commences in Breisach, Germany, the gateway to the breath taking Black Forest. Strasbourg, situated on the French-German border, perfectly blends the cultures of both nations. Sail through the awe-inspiring Rhine Gorge, witnessing ancient castles perched on cliffs 400 feet above the water. Discover Cologne, Germany, renowned for its gothic architecture and iconic twin-spired cathedral. Continue to Amsterdam, the modern capital of Holland, before transferring to Paris via a high-speed train for your Seine river cruise. Savour wine, cheese, and the scenic beauty of the Seine River, with stops in charming and historic regions of France. Before bidding adieu to the Seine, immerse yourself in the romantic city of Paris, exploring its rich history and iconic landmarks. Embark on a high-speed train to Dijon, then transfer to your Suite Ship® on the Saône River. Sail to Lyon, nestled at the confluence of the Saône and Rhône Rivers. Explore the medieval treasure of Tournon, featuring Roman ruins and a captivating 16th-century castle. In historic Avignon, marvel at the 14th-century Palace of the Popes, the largest gothic fortress in the world. Conclude your cruise in Arles, renowned for inspiring Van Gogh's paintings and hosting captivating plays and concerts in its 1st-century Roman Amphitheater.
Wrap up your incredible European river cruise with two nights in enchanting Nice on the French Riviera. Indulge in the captivating beauty of the Mediterranean Sea's remarkably blue waters, providing a perfect ending to this once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
Please note: Itinerary is subject to change. Full details will be confirmed in 2024.