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Pairs - River Cruise - Barcelona

AMAWATERWAYS - AMACELLO

Date: TBA

land tour and river cruise including
Certified Sign Language Interpreter Service



Eiffel Tower Paris, France

Eiffel Tower Paris, France

Provence

Provence, France

Prices include all of the following:
    • Deluxe accommodation onboard the AmaCello
    • Port charges
    • Terry bathrobes and plush bedding in all cruise cabins
    • Breakfast, lunch, tea time, dinner
    • Unlimited wines, beer & soft drinks with lunch and dinner
    • Pre-dinner cocktail hour with wine, beer, spirits, and soft drinks
    • Bottled water in each cabin every day
    • Farewell Cocktail
    • Sightseeing, wine tastings, and bus transportation as shown in the itinerary below
    • Train ride from Paris to Lyon
    • WiFi during the cruise
Lyon, France

Lyon, France

Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain

Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain

Map



October PARIS, France
Arrive in Paris and check in to your hotel. Afternoon free time.
October PARIS
Spend your first day in Paris getting acquainted with it on a city tour. (B)
October PARIS
Enjoy the day at leisure. (B)
October PARIS - LYON - EMBARKATION
After checking out of your hotel, board the TGV train through the French countryside to Lyon, France's culinary capital. Upon arrival, enjoy free time before being treated to an exclusive hands-on cooking lesson. Later, transfer to your luxurious ship. (B,D)
October LYON
Discover dynamic Lyon, starting in Fourviere Hill, part of the city's historic region that is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the 19th-century basilica Notre-Dame de Fourviere. Continue on to the old town of Lyon, followed by a guided walk through the St. Jean district, where you will be introduced to the city's unique covered walkways, known as "traboules". During the afternoon, enjoy leisure time or join a guided bike tour through the city designed with cyclists in mind. (B,L,D)
October COLLONGES - VIENNE
Travel to the Beaujolais wine region-known as the Pays d'Or or "land of the golden stones". Indulge in a wine tasting at a traditional winery and learn about the history and techniques of their vineyard. Later set sail for Vienne, where you'll enjoy free time to explore the town. (B,L,D)
October VIENNE – TOURNON
Situated between the wine regions of Beaujolais and Cotes du Rhone lies Vienne with a Roman past that can be seen in its marvelously preserved ruins. Take a walking tour to see the amazingly well-preserved Augustus and Livia Temple, the Saint Maurice Cathedral, a Gothic church that took more than 500 years to build, and St. Pierre Abbey-one of the oldest surviving churches in France, and now an Archaeological Museum. For those wishing to be more active, you can either take a guided bike tour along a portion of the ViaRhôna bike route or a guided hike from the ship to the Monastery at Mount Pipet. (B,L,D)
October TOURNON
Wine and chocolate lovers will enjoy visiting Tournon located in the heart of Cotes du Rhone. You have a choice of three excursions. Take a train ride past magnificent landscape carved along the Gorge du Doux stopping at the charming little station of Colombier le Vieux-Saint Barthelemy le Plain, where the train maneuvers in preparation for its return journey. Alternatively, lovers of wine and chocolate will want to visit Le Chateau de Tournon for a presentation and tasting on the pairing of red wine and chocolate. For a more active adventure, take a hike through the vineyards of Tain l'Hermitage, followed by a visit to a local winery where you'll sample some of the wines. (B,L,D)
October AVIGNON
Avignon, aptly named the "City of Popes", was the center of the Catholic Church in the 14th century when its "Palais des Papes" was the equivalent of today's Vatican. Depending on your interests, you have three options of excursions. Discover the history of Avignon on a guided walking tour that includes the Papal Palace and the well-preserved medieval walls surrounding the historic center of town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Alternatively, you can go to another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the impressive Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct that is a masterpiece of ancient engineering. Or if you prefer, visit three venues around Avignon to taste regional specialties including macarons, cheese and wine, and tapenades. During the afternoon, you can enjoy free time in Avignon; go on a bike tour; or go to the magnificent hilltop village, Grignan. After visiting this enchanting Provencal town, go in search of the highly prized "Black Diamond", truffles, with a farmer and his trustworthy canine companion. (B,L,D)
October AVIGNON - ARLES
October ARLES - DISEMBARKATION - BARCELONA, SPAIN
Disembark your ship in Arles and travel a short distance to Nimes. See the highlights of this delightful town with one of the finest collections of Roman buildings in France. Afterwards, board the TGV high-speed train to the city that inspired Antoni Gaudí and is certain to inspire you. (B)
October BARCELONA
Barcelona, the bustling capital of Catalonia, is an artist's, architect's, foodie's, historian's and culturist's dream. Tour the cobblestoned lanes of the Gothic Quarter in the medieval city center and Las Ramblas. Visit Montjuic Hill and see some of Antoni Gaudi's imaginative architectural creations, including Casa Mila, Casa Batllo and La Sagrada Familia. (B)
October BARCELONA
Spend a full day at leisure to discover the vast treasures of this eclectic city. (B)
October DEPART BARCELONA
Bid farewell to Barcelona and prepare for your homeward flight. (B)

B - Breakfast, L - Lunch, D - Dinner

Book NOW and receive an Early Booking Discount of
$750 per person double occupancy.

Land & River Cruise Category E*, Panoramic Window, 170 sq. ft.: TBA per person (estimate)
Land & River Cruise Category D*, Panoramic Window, 170 sq. ft.: TBA per person (estimate)
Land & River Cruise Category C, French Balcony, 170 sq. ft.: TBA per person (estimate)
Land & River Cruise Category B, French Balcony, 170 sq. ft.: TBA per person (estimate)
Land & River Cruise Category A, French Balcony, 170 sq. ft.: TBA per person (estimate)
Land & River Cruise Category A+, French Balcony, 225 sq. ft.: TBA per person (estimate)
and & River Cruise Category Suite, French Balcony, 255 sq. ft.: TBA per person (estimate)
*close to the water line

MS AMACELLO: Deck Plans, Ship and Stateroom Information


All prices are based on double occupancy. Prices and itinerary are subject to change at any time without prior notification. Prices do not include travel insurance, tips, round trip air from the U.S. etc. The full deposit payment of $450 per person double occupancy is due NOW in order to make a firm reservation ($900 per cabin). Flight arrangements are offered by AMAWATERWAYS and can be booked through Kerstin's Deaf Travel. A passport, valid for 6 months beyond the completion date of your travel is required. Appropriate physical fitness is required since the tour includes walking at each stop. Minimum group size: 20 guests, maximum group size: approx. 40 guests.

Contact Kerstin's Deaf Travel to book your Spain & Portugal Land & River Cruise vacation by sending an e-mail to kerstin@kerstinstravel.com




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