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Enjoy a panoramic Paris City Tour of the “City of Light,” where you’ll see the beloved landmarks of Paris that line the Seine including the grand Notre Dame Cathedral and the pala al façade of the Louvre. The river’s historic banks are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This a ernoon enjoy leisure  me to admire the masterpieces of the Louvre or ascend the Ei el Tower for fantas c views.
En route from Paris to your ship, stop for a Dijon Walking Tour. Best known for its mustard, Dijon is also one of the most beau ful ci es in France with a wonderful historical center registered as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Dijon mustard originated in 1856, when Jean Naigeon subs tuted, the acidic juice of not-ripe grapes, for vinegar in the tradi onal mustard recipe.
annual wine auc on held at the Hôtel-Dieu. Recognized by its colorful, geometric-pa erned  le roof, this former hospital is now the Hôtel- Dieu Museum & remains one of the  nest examples of French 15th- century architecture. A er the tour, enjoy a Wine Tas ng Experience to sample the local product of the Burgundy Wine Region.
Chalon-sur-Saone, a town of historic & ar s c interest, is situated in the Saoneet- Loire, Burgundy region in the eastern-center of France. At the mee ng point of Roman roads and many inland waterways, Chalon-sur-Saône was a trading centre of European importance in
the Middle Ages. Tournus is tucked away in the southeast corner of Burgundy, this deligh ul town has a wealth of old buildings, alleyways, an que shops, cafes and restaurants.
Viviers is a charming walled French village in a mountainous se ng on the right bank of the Rhone. Enjoy a stroll through Old Town with its medieval and Renaissance architecture.
Avignon, nicknamed “City of Popes” because it was home to seven popes from 1309 to 1377. Your Avignon Walking Tour includes a stroll through the historic center, the picturesque Pont d’Avignon and the Place de l’Horloge. Con nue to the renowned Palace of the Popes for a guided tour through this rambling maze of Gothic architecture that served as papal residence, fortress, church and palace.
Arles is the site of some impressive Roman ruins including Les Arènes, an arena that seats 20,000 and is s ll in use, as well as Romanesque monuments such as the Church of Saint-Trôphime, completed in the 15th century. Enjoy an Arles Walking Tour with its diverse architectural highlights. Experience the city’s vibrant colors and striking quality of light that have inspired ar st.
Lyon, a city in France’s historical Rhône-Alpes region, sits at the junc on of the Rhône & Saône rivers with a history da ng back to ancient Roman  mes. Lyon has earned a place on the UNESCO World Heritage list as the city boasts France’s oldest ancient ruins, medieval quarters, and  ne Renaissance houses.
A city with a Mediterranean feel on the banks of the Saône, Mâcon is famous for its wine. Two thirds of the wine is white, coming from the Chardonnay grape with Pouilly-Fuissé, St-Véran and Mâcon-Villages Blanc being the most famous. The other third is red or rosé from the Gamay or Pinot Noir grape. From Mâcon enjoy an included excursion to Maconnais Wine Region passing through scenic vineyards & a visit to a regional Wine Museum.
During your Beaune Walking Tour, explore this walled town at the center of the Burgundy wine making region in France. Surrounded by the Côte d’Or vineyards, the cobbled town is renowned for an
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