With its 777 kilometers, the Seine is the second longest river in France. It flows in northern France from east to west. In between Burgundy and the English Channel at Le Havre, colorful landscapes, history, culture and Mediterranean lifestyle unfolds.
Highlights along this route are cities such as Rouen, Les Andelys, Vernon, Giverny and the enchanting “city of a hundred bell dreams”, Caudebec-en-Caux. Cruises on the Seine pass by diverse landscapes from chalk-white raised shorelines to deep green meadows.
The incredibly charming cities, contrast the romantic view on the Seine valley. The route over the Seine has got so much to offer: from turns and meanders to the orchards in the home of Calvados, to lavender fields and vineyards on the banks of the Seine, the Seine-castles, the numerous bridges and small towns that invite coming ashore and promises varied impressions on the river cruise.
Highlights: Paris, Rouen, Les Andelys, Vernon, Giverny, Caudebec-en-Caux.