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From Paris to Rouen and Vernon to Paris.

Looking at Paris from the Seine will make you feel slightly proud. After all, not everyone gets this view of the world-famous metropolis. Historical Rouen is located further north on the Seine. The stake for the 19-year-old Joan of Arc was ignited in the middle of this city in 1431. The many must-see buildings and museums will drive away any dark, shiver-inducing thoughts, however. The mighty Gothic cathedral and the oldest astronomical clock can be found in beautiful medieval surroundings. The Seine winds on through forests and rocks – as if it wants to kill time before saying goodbye to beautiful France as it enters the sea.








DAY 2 ROUEN You quickly lose track of time in Normandy’s capital. But you’re reminded of it again by the 600-year old “Big Clock”. This is one of the world’s oldest astronomical clocks and has just one hand. With this laid-back attitude in mind, the best way to while away the time here is by strolling towards the city centre past the medieval façades of the timbered-framed houses. Thanks to the work of Claude Monet, this Gothic wonder is world-famous. And there’s something else the world associates with Rouen: it’s where the ashes of a peasant’s daughter were scattered into the Seine. This was an attempt to prevent a martyr cult from developing around the young woman who was burned at the stake here in 1431. The name of this woman was Joan of Arc.




VERNON It’s said that you can hear the beams creaking like old bones when you see the Vieux Moulin de Vernon. The mill straddles between the pillars, seemingly suspended in mid-air over the Seine, while its roof sags like an old worn-out horse. Claude Monet painted the mill, and reassuringly, the sag is visible in these paintings, which date back to 1883. Vernon has a few sights, such as a Gothic abbey church with stunningly colourful stained-glass windows. Nevertheless, it’s almost impossible to resist the lure of excursions to nearby destinations. In Château de Bizy (also known as “Little Versailles”), you can revel in the luxurious Renaissance décor and go for a delightful stroll around the elegant park. Claude Monet’s house in Giverny is another magnet for culture enthusiasts and romantics – and rightly so. Unsurprisingly, the lush garden looks like a wild field of flowers from an Impressionist painting. The crowning glory: the enchanting pond of water lilies, the subject of one of the most valuable paintings in the world.



DAY 4 PARIS is a city whose beauty never fades. The Arc de Triomphe, Notre-Dame, La Madeleine, Opéra, Louvre, Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, Dôme des Invalides and Centre Pompidou are just some of the sights exemplifying this city’s fame and grandeur. But in addition to these outstanding attractions, there are many other wonderful things to see. Enjoy some old Parisian charm in the tiny lanes of the artists’ quarter, Montmartre, and the Jewish quarter, Marais. Or, for a true taste of Parisian joie de vivre, soak up some sun in one of the magnificent parks or on the beach by the Seine. The Seine’s curved path through Paris is 13 km long, and from the ship you’ll get a good overview of some of the most important sights.




A-ROSA Viva offers all the amenities guests would appreciate on a river cruise.

Ship length: 135 metres and can accommodate 202 guests in 99 cabins.




2018 Departure

Deck 1S

Deck 1A Deck 2C  Deck 3D 

20 November

$729.30 $899.30 $1052.30



All cabins are outside cabins and are equipped with a full bathroom, and have a chair, a small table and a television

In all cabins there are two beds, which are placed to form a double bed

On deck 1 (category "S" and "A") have small windows, and are about 14.5 m2

On deck 2 and 3 (category "C" and "D") are 14.5 m2 and have a French balcony, these are floor to ceiling windows that can be opened.





A-ROSA Full Board Plus

Breakfast buffet

High quality drinks included throughout the day

A-ROSA travel cancellation insurance (booking until 30 Nov.17)

Children sail free**

A-ROSA Super Early Booking Discount on selected journeys until 30 Nov.17

A-ROSA Early Booking Discount until 28 Feb. or 31 Aug.18

15% discount on SPA treatments

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

Free Wi-Fi on board

Bathroom products and bath robe in cabin

Use of on board facilities

Board entertainment

Booking conditions

Free choice of dates

Free choice of ships

Free choice of itinerary

Free choice of cabin category and cabin number

No or small fee for single supplement in cabin

Option bookings possible

10% discount for the combination of two cruises

4% mini-group discount (min. 6 people)

Balcony and Junior Suite available

Attractive biking- and wellness-packages available

Discount for children (1 adult per 2 bed cabin)

Children sail free

Cancellation fee until 31 days prior to cruise

25 %

Change of reservation fee (until 30 days prior to cruise) 1st time= free of charge