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Paris & the Heart of Normandy

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Viking Kari

from $3,699 pps
Paris to Paris 30 August - 6 September 2020 7 nights

Cruise on board Viking Kari from Paris to Paris for 7 nights.

Explore Giverny and visit the beautiful gardens and charming farmhouse where Claude Monet lived and worked, the setting that inspired many of his masterpieces. Trace the footsteps of Joan of Arc in Rouen. Walk hallowed ground at Normandy’s American Military Cemetery and World War II beaches. Savor Normandy cuisine. This 8-day cruise along the Seine River celebrates history, art, food and customs in the country’s most dazzling urbane and pastoral settings.

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Viking Kari

Viking Kari Kari - Norse God of the North Wind Eldest son of the ancient giant Fornjot, Kari was the god of the north wind, capable of carrying great Viking longships across vast waters. He is associated with the very breath of life, providing air for the lungs of mortals and teaching people how to use song to heal themselves and others. Learn more

Cruise Itinerary

Paris30-08-2020
Giverny & Vernon01-09-2020
Rouen02-09-2020
Normandy Beaches03-09-2020
Les Andelys04-09-2020
Mantes-la-Jolie05-09-2020
Paris06-09-2020

Paris

Embark: 30 August 2020
Founded in 1517 as a port to serve Paris, Le Havre remains your gateway to the City of Light. Behold Notre Dame Cathedral, shrouded in gothic splendour and folklore. Weave among priceless artworks in the sensational Louvre, and along the Champs Élysées toward the Arc de Triomphe. Then let that undisputed Parisian icon, the Eiffel Tower, leave its own vivid impression.

Giverny & Vernon

In Port: 1 September 2020
Vernon's cobblestone streets are reminiscent of the Middle Ages, and some of the half-timbered houses feature magnificent wooden carvings.

Rouen

In Port: 2 September 2020
Founded by the Romans, Rouen is situated amidst the chalk cliffs along the Seine and filled with half-timbered houses and exquisite Gothic architecture.

Normandy Beaches

In Port: 3 September 2020
Normandy’s legendary D-Day Beaches bear witness to the heroism of the troops who landed here in World War II.

Les Andelys

In Port: 4 September 2020
Set along the Seine, this small town is best known for the imposing Château Gaillard overlooking the village.

Mantes-la-Jolie

In Port: 5 September 2020
Formerly known as Mantes-sur-Seine for its picturesque location on the winding Seine River, Mantes-la-Jolie translates into “Mantes the Pretty.”

Paris

Disembark: 6 September 2020
Founded in 1517 as a port to serve Paris, Le Havre remains your gateway to the City of Light. Behold Notre Dame Cathedral, shrouded in gothic splendour and folklore. Weave among priceless artworks in the sensational Louvre, and along the Champs Élysées toward the Arc de Triomphe. Then let that undisputed Parisian icon, the Eiffel Tower, leave its own vivid impression.