Christmas in the Seine Valley (port-to-port cruise)

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Christmas in the Seine Valley (port-to-port cruise)
Christmas in the Seine Valley (port-to-port cruise)
Christmas in the Seine Valley (port-to-port cruise)
Christmas in the Seine Valley (port-to-port cruise)
Christmas in the Seine Valley (port-to-port cruise)
FromAUD $1,819
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Duration

5 days

Trip code

NPA_PP

Operator

CroisiEurope Cruises

Overview

Embark on a unique cruise along the Seine and celebrate Christmas. Discover Rouen, a medieval and well-preserved city where you can attend Christmas Mass. We'll then take you to Honfleur that will immerse you in the history of France: city of painters, its beautiful streets and its Old Basin will not fail to charm you.

Highlights

  • Celebrate Christmas during an unforgettable cruise full of joyful, enchanting surprises.
  • Celebrate Christmas along the Seine
  • INCLUDED: Guided tour of Honfleur, a charming maritime town
  • Guided tour of Honfleur, a charming maritime town
  • Discover(1): Martainville Château and the Museum of Norman Tradition and Art Rouen, Normandy’s cultural, historical, and gastronomical capital
  • Martainville Château and the Museum of Norman Tradition and Art
  • Rouen, Normandy’s cultural, historical, and gastronomical capital
  • Midnight Mass in Rouen(2-3)
  • Christmas present
  • Christmas Eve dinner (including wine)
  • All meals included - DRINKS INCLUDED with meals and at the bar
  • Refined French cuisine - Gala dinner and evening - Welcome cocktail
  • Free Wi-Fi onboard
  • Headsets are included for excursions
  • Official welcome from the captain and crew
  • Onboard activities
  • Travel assistance and repatriation insurance
  • All port fees included

What's Included



    Itinerary



    Shore Excursions

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    We'll leave on foot for a guided tour of Rouen. The historic center of the city and its famous cathedral are only a 5-minute walk from the ship. Stretched along the Seine, Rouen is Normandy's cultural, historical, and gastronomical capital. The exceptionally complex Notre-Dame Cathedral is renowned for the juxtaposition of all the Gothic periods - especially on the facade, which Monet painted time and again, reflecting its glory in different lights. Destroyed during the Viking invasions in 841 and, partially, in 1944, by allied bombardments, the cathedral continues to be a perpetually evolving structure. We'll then head to the market place where Joan of Arc was burned alive for heresy in 1431. The Gros-Horloge, or Great Clock, is one of the most emblematic monuments in the city. The Gothic belfry has housed the communal bells and clock of the city since its construction at the end of the 14th century. Finally, we'll visit the Saint Joan of Arc Church. Located on the Old Market Place, this large monument's construction ended in 1979 and was built both in honor of the Saint as well as the heroine celebrated by the French on the second Sunday in May. We'll return to our ship on foot at the end of the afternoon.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_NROUEN

    Pre-paid: $47

    On-board: $52

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    We'll leave on foot for a guided tour of Rouen. The historic center of the city and its famous cathedral are only a 5-minute walk from the ship. Stretched along the Seine, Rouen is Normandy's cultural, historical, and gastronomical capital. The exceptionally complex Notre-Dame Cathedral is renowned for the juxtaposition of all the Gothic periods - especially on the facade, which Monet painted time and again, reflecting its glory in different lights. Destroyed during the Viking invasions in 841 and, partially, in 1944, by allied bombardments, the cathedral continues to be a perpetually evolving structure. We'll then head to the market place where Joan of Arc was burned alive for heresy in 1431. The Gros-Horloge, or Great Clock, is one of the most emblematic monuments in the city. The Gothic belfry has housed the communal bells and clock of the city since its construction at the end of the 14th century. Finally, we'll visit the Saint Joan of Arc Church. Located on the Old Market Place, this large monument's construction ended in 1979 and was built both in honor of the Saint as well as the heroine celebrated by the French on the second Sunday in May. We'll return to our ship on foot at the end of the afternoon.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_NROUEN

    Pre-paid: $47

    On-board: $52

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Departure by coach along with your host/hostess. We will cross Le Petit Andelys and pass by the St Sauveur Church (16th century church which still possesses a vintage organ). After 40 minutes' travelling through different villages along the Andelle (river running through the valley), we'll arrive at Château de Martainville. This château was built at the end of the 15th century by Jacques Le Pelletier, and bought by the State in 1906, then turned into a museum in 1961.
    In 2 hours, learn about 500 years of rural Normandy history. Travel through the heart of Norman traditions (work suits, headdresses, jewelry, weavings), relive the past through the objects of everyday life (copper pans, pottery, baskets...). Discover the largest collection of Upper Normandy furniture, the "Famous Norman Wardrobes". Transfer back to Rouen at the beginning of the evening.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_NMARTI

    Pre-paid: $95

    On-board: $106

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    Departure by coach along with your host/hostess. We will cross Le Petit Andelys and pass by the St Sauveur Church (16th century church which still possesses a vintage organ). After 40 minutes' travelling through different villages along the Andelle (river running through the valley), we'll arrive at Château de Martainville. This château was built at the end of the 15th century by Jacques Le Pelletier, and bought by the State in 1906, then turned into a museum in 1961.
    In 2 hours, learn about 500 years of rural Normandy history. Travel through the heart of Norman traditions (work suits, headdresses, jewelry, weavings), relive the past through the objects of everyday life (copper pans, pottery, baskets...). Discover the largest collection of Upper Normandy furniture, the "Famous Norman Wardrobes". Transfer back to Rouen at the beginning of the evening.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_NMARTI

    Pre-paid: $100

    On-board: $111



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