View enchanting landscapes, Roman and medieval historic sites, and the colorful cities of Burgundy and Provence as you cruise along the Saône and Rhône Rivers aboard the Amadeus Provence. This cruise features visits to Avignon and the Côtes du Rhône wine region.

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 Lyon, France  The village of Tournon and vineyards  Palais des Papes, Avignon  The Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct in Provence  The portal of the Romanesque Church of St. Trophime, Arles  A town square in Arles  Landscape of sunflowers in Provence  The Roman Triumphal Arch of Orange, Provence.  Roman Theater of Orange  Vineyards in Burgundy  Market in Lyon  The Hotel-Dieu in Beaune  Traditional wine cellar

A River Cruise of Provence

Springtime on the Rhône and Saône Rivers Aboard the 130-guest Amadeus Provence

9 days from $3,795

View enchanting landscapes, Roman and medieval historic sites, and the colorful cities of Burgundy and Provence as you cruise along the Saône and Rhône Rivers aboard the Amadeus Provence. This cruise features visits to Avignon and the Côtes du Rhône wine region.

or Call 855-330-1542

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Amadeus Provence

The elegance and romance of native son Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s music were inspiration in the meticulous crafting of the deluxe Amadeus River Fleet, which set new standards in design and technology and features the comforts of a floating five-star hotel. 

Each exclusively chartered ship offers up to 80 river-view, air-conditioned, stylishly appointed staterooms (from 160 square feet) and suites (up to 236 square feet), among the most spacious of any European river ship. Most accommodations feature a French balcony (floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors with iron railing). Each has two twin beds (convertible to one queen-size bed), a private bathroom with shower (suites have a bathtub with shower), individual climate control, satellite telephone and television, writing desk, safe and hair dryer. 

Gourmet continental meals featuring local ingredients are served in single, unassigned seatings in the delightfully scenic Panorama Restaurant and include early risers' coffee, buffet breakfast and lunch, afternoon tea and four-course dinner. Live piano music is played during afternoon tea, and complimentary wine and beer served with lunch and dinner.. 

Public facilities are spacious and typically include the Panorama Bar, Lido Bar, Amadeus Club with internet station, library, beauty salon, boutique, fitness studio with massage services and early morning exercise classes, and sun deck with outdoor dipping pool, golf putting green, and ,walking track. Guests will also appreciate the complimentary Quietvox audio systemavailable to all passengers for listening enhancement during shore excursions. Laundry service is available. 

The English-speaking, international crew provides warm hospitality. The Amadeus River Fleet meets the highest safety standards and is the only fleet of European river ships to have been awarded the "Green Certificate" of environmental preservation.