Wind along the Seine through Normandy, where Impressionism was born; ancient towns that offer their history; and Paris, which shines as one of the world's most famous cities. The river spills into the English Channel near Honfleur, a picturesque seaside town with quaint architecture and an important art museum. Visit Monet's home and studio in Giverny and take in the opulent Palace of Versailles farther down the river. In Paris, your ship docks near the Eiffel Tower, allowing you see all the legendary sights of the "City of Light." Some cruises combine itineraries on the Seine with voyages along the Rhone and Saone rivers in southern France, touring cities in romantic Burgundy and Provence, such as Lyon, Macon, Avignon and Vienne.
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