Flowing through France into Normandy and emptying into the English Channel at Le Havre, cruises along the Seine travel to some truly beautiful destinations. Glide past storybook chateaux and medieval towns, inspired by the quaint villages and characteristic towns.
Highlights along this French waterway include some of the most famous landmarks of the world, cruising between the cosmopolitan streets into the heart of the city, passing the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Louvre as well as many museums and galleries to explore.
Deep into the countryside and visit Les Andelys where the dominating Chateau-Gaillard Castle leers over the small town on one of the most picturesque river destinations on the Seine. Complete with limestone cliffs and scenic strolls, this is a perfect place to stop away from the bustle of the cities and busy towns.
Flowing further through Normandy to the historical town of Rouen, where heritage is engrained into the very buildings. Here, Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake, a 4th-century cathedral holds intricate designs and the Gros Horloge hosts spectacular views.
The Seine changes scenery often, meandering through quiet villages and popular port cities, before meeting the sea at Le Havre.
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