French Escapade: Paris to the Riviera - Northbound

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Start: Cannes, France
Finish: Paris, France
Duration:0 Nights
Suitable for: 0-99

Overview

On one of the most enjoyable river cruises in France, journey from the jet-setting capital of Cannes on the Riviera into Provence to Arles to board ms Emerald for a cruise along the Rhône River to Lyon and then along the Saône. Travel into the countryside past vineyards where some of the world’s best grapes become some of the world’s best wines, stopping to taste some of them. Discover river towns with Roman roots and lingering traces of medieval magic in their streets, experience the cowboy traditions and cuisine of La Camargue, and sample the pleasures of regional cuisine and wine throughout your trip. Explore a palace fit for a pope and an abbey that was once one of the most powerful in Europe. You'll find something new, something wonderful every day. And during two nights in Paris, you'll dine at chic Fouquet's on the Champs-Élysées! .......read more
Highlights
  • TAUCK EXCLUSIVE – Private gala evening at the recently restored Chateau of the medieval Duchy d'Uzès
  • TAUCK EXCLUSIVE - La Camargue excursion to meet the family of a working farm for a Provencal lunch & a cowboy demonstration with prized black bulls
  • All gratuities to ship staff, drivers, local guides, Tauck Directors and Tauck Cruise Director
  • All private Tauck shore excursions – £2,831 Value
  • Farewell dinner in Paris at the famous Fouquet’s brasserie on the Champs-Élysées
  • Exploration of the Rhône and Saône wine country with vineyard visits and wine tastings

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tour details

This tour is operated by Tauck

Start: Cannes, France
Finish: Paris, France
Duration:0 Nights
Suitable for: 0-99
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