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The Rhone and Saone Rivers wind through some of the world's most famous wine regions, olive groves, rolling fields of fragrant purple lavender and charming historic towns. Enjoy fine French Provencal cusine and wines of the Cote du Rhone as you roll along the river. Starting in the Alps at Rhone Glacier in Valais, Switzerland, flowing through Lake Geneva, and then into France, the mighty Rhone joins the Saone River at Leon emptying into the Mediterranean at the marshlands of Camargue. Enjoy the sites and scents of Leon, France's second largest city, Avignon, the "City of Popes", and Arles and its Roman Ampitheatre. Choose from luxurious cruise ship options like the MS Van Gogh, the MS Amacello, the MS Camargue and the MS Mistral. Contact one of our Rhone River cruise specialists for a free quote on your perfect cruise.

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Colors of Provence - Cruise Only$28998RelaxedEmbark the MS Amacello in Lyon, France for your week-long cruise through France's legendary wine regions, including Cotes du Rhone, Burgundy and Beaujolais. Enjoy wine tastings, ancient Roman ruins, and medieval villages on this European vacation. Vienne, Tournon, Viviers, Avignon, and Les Baux are all stops before arriving to Arles, France.
Colors of Provence$532914RelaxedSpend 3 nights in the charming city of Paris, then travel by high-speed TGV train to Lyon and embark upon an enchanting cruise through Provence. Take the TGV to Spain where you finish your adventure with 3 incredible nights in historical Barcelona.

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Lyon, France's second largest city is where most cruises of the Rhone embark and disembark. Take a walking tour visiting Fourvière Hill, part of the city’s historic sector designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Notre Dame Basilica with spectacular view of the city.

Camargue is an extensive natural park where the sea, wetlands, and ponds are inhabited by an extraordinary variety of bird life. Stop at the home of a local vintner and enjoy a wine tasting and learn about the age-old Provencal farming traditions at a local olive farm

Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer is a traditional a fishing village turned seaside resort town, built on an island in the heart of the Camargue natural park, where the Petit Rhône joins the sea. 

Avignon, known as the City of Popes, due to the Palais de Papes being the residence of seven Popes from 1309 to 1377 has multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is perched on a picturesque outcropping over the river. 

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