• France Tourism

Description From $ 1630.40



Picture why France is the most popular holiday destination in the world: experience savoir-vivre in pure culture. You start in Lyon, the city where the Rhône and Saône kiss. Then you discover the wine-growing areas of the Côte d’Or with their excellent wines and the unique scenery of Burgundy. Then it’s on to Arles and Avignon. And at the end? Ideally, you’d like to start your journey again from the beginning!


1st DAY LYON 21:00


2nd DAY TOURNUS 08:00




Tournus is a small town with a population of about 6000 inhabitants on the right bank of the Saône in the Burgundy region.  A major tourist attraction is the St Philibert Church built in Burgundian Romanesque style and dating back to the 11th century.




Record your memories on camera here – and spare a thought for Joseph Nicéphore Nièpce, who in 1826 took the first photo in the world with an eight-hour exposure time. Learn more at the Maison de la photographie. Nearby are the famous cities Beaune and Dijon.
3rd DAY MÂCON 0:00




Mâcon nowadays is known for being a vibrant and lively town. You can take a walk on the main business roads (Rue Carnot, Rue Dombey) for shopping or relax in one of the many cafes. The oldest building in Mâcon is located on the Place aux Herbes. The house is practically entirely covered with unique woodland sceneries.
4th DAY VIVIERS 12:30




5th DAY ARLES 06:00




Even if you haven’t yet paid the ancient Roman town a visit, you’re sure to recognise pictures of it. Vincent van Gogh painted Arles in 187 of his works. A few of his motifs have today been restored to their original state. The famous Camargue is also very close to Arles.


“On the bridge of Avignon, we  all dance there” – the words of a folk song from the 15th century pay tribute to the unbridled joie de vivre at the foot of the Palace of the Popes. And this joie de vivre is still very much alive today.
6th DAY AVIGNON  12:00


7th DAY VIENNE 10:00




LYON 13:30
The old town “Vieux Lyon” features Renaissance houses making it worthy of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is for gourmets too: Lyon is dubbed “la ville de gueule” – the gourmet town. Furthermore it is known for its high-quality silk products and the Basilica of Notre-Dame die Fourvière above the city.


Price per person in double-occupancy cabin




Note: Super Early booking discount $80.00 for bookings made by 31 January 2017

        & early booking discount $48.00 for bookings made by 31 August 2017



2017 Departures Deck 1S Deck 1A Deck 2C  Deck 3D 
8 April $1630.40 $2110.40 $2430.40 $2718.40
15 April

30 September

7 October

$2158.40 $2558.40 $3118.40 $3406.40
22 April $2158.40 ----- ----- $3406.40
3, 10 & 24 June

29 July

16 September

$2318.40 $2718.40 $3438.40 $3758.40
17 June $2270.40 $2670.40 $3390.40 $3710.40
1, 15 & 22 July

2 & 9 September

----- $2718.40 $3438.40 $3758.40
12 August ----- $2670.40 $3390.40 $3710.40
14 October $1678.40 $2158.40 $2478.40 $2766.40



Ship: A-Rosa Luna


Category S

2-bed outside cabin, with extra bed

14,5 m² | Deck 1


 s1  s2
Category A

2-bed outside cabin,

14,5 m² | Deck 1


 a1  a2
Category C

2-bed outside cabin,

with Juliette balcony

14,5 m² | Deck 2


 c1  c2
Category D

2-bed outside cabin,

with Juliette balcony

14,5 m² | Deck 3


 d1  d2



Included Services


Breakfast buffets

Extensive lunch and dinner buffets

High quality drinks included all day long

Children up to 15 years sail free if accompanied by an adult

A-ROSA Super Early Booking Discount on selected journeys until 31/1/2017

A-ROSA Early Booking Discount until  28/2 or 31/8/2017

15% discount on SPA treatments

Sight-seeing tours can be booked in advance

Bottle of water (1 bottle 0,5L per guest and day)

Free on-board Wi-Fi

Bathroom products and bath robe in cabin

Use of on-board facilities

Board entertainment

Cancellation fee until 31 days prior to cruise

25 %

Change of reservation fee (until 30 days prior to cruise)

first time= free of charge