BOOK AN EXCURSION PACKAGE AND SAVE!
The package includes several excursions at one special price. You will save compared to booking the excursions individually. Take advantage and make the most out of your A-ROSA holiday.
ALONG THE CÔTE FLEURIE TO HONFLEUR AND DEAUVILLE (approx. 6 h)
Situated directly on the mouth of the Seine in the English Channel, Honfleur has become one of the most charming towns in Normandy. After a stroll through the cosy alleyways and along the harbour, you will visit a Calvados distillery and of course enjoy a little tasting. Afterwards you will continue on the 'Flowery Coast' to Deauville. This prestigious seaside resort dates back to Charles de Morny - a half-brother of Napoleon III, who in just four years in the mid-19th century created a seaside resort with neo-Roman villas, a race course and railway connections to Paris. In the beginning of the 20th century, luxury hotels and casinos were added and the international reputation grew. During a little bus tour along the Atlantic you can marvel at these stately buildings.
MONTMARTRE AND SACRÉ COEUR (approx. 4 h)
The artists' district of Montmartre and the Sacré Cœur, located high above Paris, are the destination of our excursion. From the ship, we first take a bus to Place Blanche with the world-famous Moulin Rouge. Then we take a leisurely walk through the narrow artist's alleys up to Montmartre and the worth seeing basilica Sacré Cœur. From the forecourt you will enjoy a breathtaking view over the center of Paris with its landmarks like the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. Afterwards, in your free time, stroll through the charming alleys with their artists and small cafes before heading back down and back to the ship by bus.
ROUEN CITY WALK (approx. 2.5 h)
Although Rouen was heavily damaged in the Second World War, most of its old half-timbered buildings, paved streets and churches were rebuilt. Today, Rouen will remind you of an open-air museum rather than a city. The city of the 100 church spires - as it was called by Victor Hugo - sadly gained notoriety in 1431 when Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in the middle of the market square. Experience the entire history of the harbour city during this guided walking tour.
MONET'S GARDEN AT GIVERNY (approx. 3 h)
The village Giverny has gained worldwide fame thanks to a man who lived here for over 40 years of his life - Claude Monet. The paintings of the famous water lilies in his own pond, as well as the flower meadow behind his house, have become impressionistic masterpieces. Today, his former residence is home to a museum. Giverny is still the Mecca of the Impressionists, many of whom at least partly lived here at the end of the 19th century and the museum displays many Impressionist masterpieces from all parts of the world. You will visit Monet’s garden and residential house and have plenty of time to let the spirit of the little town sink in.
Special price: € 186 per person
Special price for children: € 130.20
The excursions take place on the corresponding travel days.