|Outside Cabin||On Request|
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Lay days on request, usually after booking
Optional guided visit of Amsterdam|
Optional visit of the Dutch Open Air Museum of Arnhem|
Optional guided visit of Cologne|
Optional guided visit of the town and the Gutenberg Museum|
Disembarkment of the Claude Monet|
Transfer to Besancon
Arrival in Besancon|
City walking tour
Transfer to Chalons Sur Saone
|6||Chalon sur Saône, France
Arrival in Chalons Sur Saone|
Embarkment of the Van Gogh
Optional guided visit of the town|
Optional guided tour of Tournon|
Optional guided visit of Arles|
Optional shore excursion|
|10||Avignon, France Disembarkment||9 AM|
The cabins of the Claude Monet are incredibly comfortable and welcoming, leaving nothing to be desired. At approximately 12m2 large, these cabins are all outside cabins and therefore have windows giving you the best view outside that you could ask for.
In the restaurant on board the Claude Monet there are typical local dishes as well as the best of European cuisine made by master chefs. In the evenings you have the opportunity to enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere in the lounge with a glass of wine or two.
Entertainment and Activities
There is never a dull moment aboard this ship whether you choose to play a game of cards with friends or have a wild night of drinking and dancing. You can also relax on the partially sheltered Sun deck and watch as the beautiful scenery passes you by and soak up some rays.
It is advisable to wear casual attire for the most part, except for dinner in the evenings where more formal clothing is recommended.
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