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7 nights from Nice (France) with Emerald Liberté

Rhone: France

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Cruise code EFRC040524.2
4 May 2024
from $5,040.04
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Nice

Nice

The capital of the Côte d'Azur and the fifth largest city in France, Nice has an excellent reputation and a flourishing tourism thanks to its now gently faded old-world charm.
A popular holiday destination for English aristocratics in 18th century, Nice has reached its zenith in the Belle Époque of the late 19th century, an era that left the city with several outstanding examples of architecture and fantasy. Nice has all the advantages of a great of a great city: superb culture, beautiful life in the street and shopping, high qualty drinks and food and at any price, everthing with a background of blue sky, shining sea, luxury Mediterranean sea and parks with precious sub-tropical plants.

Arles

Arles


Arles is a French city facing onto the Rhône and it is one of the best cities where you can start a tour of Camargue. In Arles you can find ancient monuments dated back to the Roman Age such as the amphitheatre, where in the past the gladiators had their fights, and the old theatre, used now as summer arena for open-air cinema. Have a walk along the Alyscamps, a long promenade that leads to a church and surrounded by cypresses. This kind of landscape inspired Van Gogh in many of his paintings. The artist chose Arles as his home for a long time. It was in this city that the Dutch artist painted some of his most famous works, such as the sunflowers, the Potato Eaters, Starry Night and many more. Don’t miss the underground quadrilateral called Cryptoporch, rising under the Cathedral square and build in order to support the Roman court and that was used as a granary.
Besides the endless architectural works, Arles offers many restaurants and bistrots where you can taste the typical dishes, such as the famous fish soup.

Avignone

Avignone

Avignon is a city of Southern France with ancestral origins. The area on which the city is now has been inhabited by humans since the Stone Age. The city has been property of many populations such as the Romans and the Burgundi. It then became independent and afterwards, France took possession of it. Avignon is an ancient papal city after that John XXII made it his residence in 1316.

The Palais des Papes, facing onto a wide square, is a touristic destination all year round. After you have visited the palace, have a walk on the Promenade des Papes that will take you to the gardens where the popes used to cultivate aromatic herbs. The walls of the city are noteworthy: they are 4 km long with 39 towers and 7 doors, making the city a treasure to shield. Avignon has a rich cultural heritage, but leisure and relaxation are not missing at all. Having a walk in the city centre you can find many bars and bistrot where you can taste the specialties of the most famous cuisine in the world and immerge in the magic atmosphere that surrounds the whole city.

Viviers

Viviers

Tournon

Tournon

Lyon

Lyon

Lyon is the third biggest city of France after Paris and Marseille and offers many attractions for the tourists. Its historical centre became part of UNESCO World Heritade in 1998 and has many museums, monuments, churches, parks and landscapes. It also offers a remarkable gastronomic culture. 

The city centre, the so-called Presqu'île (i.e. peninsula in French) hosts the Fine Arts Museums, the Basilica of Saint-Martin d’Ainay, Saint-Nizier Church and many other buildings with a huge historical and cultural meaning. The Presqu'île is also the heart of the life of Lion. Here you can find any kind of shops, restaurants and bars.
On the west-side hill of the city, there is the centre of Fourvierés, that can be reached by two funicular railways, one of which is one of the most ancient and still working. In December the city hosts one of the most characteristic festivals in Europe, the Lion Light Festival. From 5th to 8th December, about 70 installations are set in the streets, the squares and on the buildings of the city, creating a suggestive atmosphere that attracts thousands of visitors every year. Lyon i salso the city that gave birth to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the Little Prince’s “dad” and gave him its homage with a monument in Place Bellecour 70 years after his death.

Chalons en Champagne

Chalons en Champagne

Lyon

Lyon

Lyon is the third biggest city of France after Paris and Marseille and offers many attractions for the tourists. Its historical centre became part of UNESCO World Heritade in 1998 and has many museums, monuments, churches, parks and landscapes. It also offers a remarkable gastronomic culture. 

The city centre, the so-called Presqu'île (i.e. peninsula in French) hosts the Fine Arts Museums, the Basilica of Saint-Martin d’Ainay, Saint-Nizier Church and many other buildings with a huge historical and cultural meaning. The Presqu'île is also the heart of the life of Lion. Here you can find any kind of shops, restaurants and bars.
On the west-side hill of the city, there is the centre of Fourvierés, that can be reached by two funicular railways, one of which is one of the most ancient and still working. In December the city hosts one of the most characteristic festivals in Europe, the Lion Light Festival. From 5th to 8th December, about 70 installations are set in the streets, the squares and on the buildings of the city, creating a suggestive atmosphere that attracts thousands of visitors every year. Lyon i salso the city that gave birth to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the Little Prince’s “dad” and gave him its homage with a monument in Place Bellecour 70 years after his death.