A River Cruise through Provence
View the enchanting landscapes, glorious gardens, and historic cities of Burgundy and Provence on a cruise along the Saône and Rhône Rivers aboard the Amadeus Symphony, featuring visits to Avignon and the world-famous Côtes du Rhône wine region.
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M.S. Amadeus Symphony
The elegance, romance, and magic of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts music have been perfectly distilled in physical form in the deluxe M.S. Amadeus Symphony, a member of the prestigious Amadeus Premium river fleet and one of the finest vessels to ply the waterways of Europe. Its comfortable accommodations and personalized service blend perfectly with the ships sleek lines, impeccable construction, and state-of-the-art technology to provide an ideal venue for exploring the natural and historical treasures of the Rhine River.
All 69 tastefully appointed staterooms are outside and a standard 160 square feet, more spacious than those typically found on river ships. Staterooms feature two twin beds (convertible to one double bed); private bathroom facilities with shower, air conditioning, telephone, television, and writing desk; and staterooms on the Mozart and Strauss decks feature a panoramic window. Additionally, the four 220-square-foot Junior suites include a stylish lounge area, sofabed, and minibar.
Meals are served in a single open seating in the panoramic restaurant, where guests savor gourmet Continental cuisine while enjoying views of the passing landscape. The ship has two bars, one featuring nightly musical entertainment; sun deck with lounge chairs and walking track; hair salon; boutique; and fitness center.
The M.S. Amadeus Symphony's highly qualified European crew affords participants an unmatched level of service distinguished by professionalism, efficiency, and personal attention. The ship also meets the highest international safety and environmental standards.