A-Rosa Viva, Seine Rendezvous with Paris ex Paris Roundtrip

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5 Night Cruise sailing from Paris roundtrip aboard A-Rosa Viva.

5 Night Cruise sailing from Paris roundtrip aboard A-Rosa Viva.

Looking at Paris from the Seine will make you feel slightly proud. After all, not everyone gets this view of the world-famous metropolis. You can take your time as you enjoy an overview from here of some the city’s most famous sights. This city has so much to offer that even Parisians don’t manage to see everything. So it’s advisable to choose carefully and give yourself plenty of time for coffee breaks, people-watching, sampling delicatessens, wandering around aimlessly and dawdling. Historical Rouen is located further north on the Seine. The stake for the 19-year-old Joan of Arc was ignited in the middle of this city in 1431. The many must-see buildings and museums will drive away any dark, shiver-inducing thoughts, however. The mighty Gothic cathedral and the oldest astronomical clock can be found in beautiful medieval surroundings. The Seine winds on through forests and rocks – as if it wants to kill time before saying goodbye to beautiful France as it enters the sea – towards Les Andelys. A town that is as charming, thriving and sunny as its name suggests. In stark contrast, the mighty ruins of the lofty citadel Château Gaillard sit atop a limestone promontory, high above the picturesque bends of the Seine. It was built in 1196 by Richard Lionheart as a defence against France. From below, it’s an impressive sight; from above, it offers a fantastic view!

Highlights of this cruise:

Off we go, along the Seine. Your cruise will start in Paris and explore northern France. A wealth of cities, towns and landscapes awaits you. You’ll also have the opportunity to get acquainted with the French joie de vivre, of course. And Paris? You’ll be right at the heart of the action – perfect for discovering the beauty of this city. Welcome aboard!

You quickly lose track of time in Normandy’s capital. But you’re reminded of it again by the 600-year-old ‘Big Clock’. This is one of the world’s oldest astronomical clocks and has just one hand – for the hour.

Today will probably be one of the highlights of your Seine cruise: you’ll have the opportunity to visit Claude Monet’s house and garden in Giverny. It is a magnet for art and culture lovers and those of a romantic inclination – and rightly so. The lush garden looks like a meadow of flowers straight out of an impressionist painting. The highlight is the enchanting lily pond, the subject of one of the world’s most valuable paintings. And you’ll be able to admire it up close – what a view!

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