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  • Monet's gardens
    The water lilies, the weeping willows, the dappled pastel hues… Monet's paintings are ubiquitous, and none more so than the watercolours inspired by his beautiful gardens in Giverny. Today, the grounds remain remarkably as they were when the artist resided here in the early 1900s.
  • Medieval Rouen
    This ancient city prospered in medieval times and ruled as one of the capitals of the mighty Anglo-Norman dynasties. Today, many vestiges of this period remain, but the city's not just known for its attractive streets crammed with half-timbered houses… this is where Joan of Arc met her executioners in the infamous Place du Vieux Marche.
  • The D-Day landings
    See the beaches of the Normandy coast which, in just one day, saw 175,000 Allied troops land to launch an attack on the German defences.
  • Jumieges Abbey
    Discover the atmospheric ruins of this ancient monastery founded in 654 – that anything remains here at all is surprising, since the riverside abbey was ransacked by the Vikings, attacked during the Hundred Years War then pillaged for its stone following the French Revolution.
River cruise highlights
Monet's house and garden
Monet's gardens

The water lilies, the weeping willows, the dappled pastel hues… Monet's paintings are ubiquitous, and none more so than the watercolours inspired by his beautiful gardens in Giverny. Today, the grounds remain remarkably as they were when the artist resided here in the early 1900s.

Normandy and the D-Day Landings

  • Travel insurance and additional
    cancellation cover
  • Return Eurostar travel and transfers
  • Six excursions
  • UK travel service
  • Full board
  • Wine, beer and soft drinks with dinner
  • And more...

7 nights
from
£1,749
per person


Normandy and the D-Day Landings

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Book early and save up to £100pp*

Book by May 15, 2014 and save £100pp on selected cabins grades.

*On selected cabin grades and departures, subject to availability. Prices shown include saving.

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See the inspiration behind Monet's classic paintings, learn about the martyred Joan of Arc, visit the landing sites of Operation Neptune and explore the ruined castle of Richard the Lionheart – all while enjoying the superb cuisine, free-flowing wine and wonderfully elegant surroundings of your river cruise ship!

Includes unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks with dinner.

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Day 1 UK to Paris

Take the Eurostar to Paris and embark the AmaLegro. Enjoy a cocktail party and welcome dinner this evening.

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Any of the highlights featured may involve taking an optional excursion which is subject to availability and at an extra cost.