Sail along the Loire River on the 24-passenger Deborah. // © 2016 iStock
Check out this new Parisian river cruise that includes a scavenger hunt
at the Louvre.
Multiple departures throughout 2016
The cost of the trip begins at $1,800, per person. A companion supplement is available for the same rate.
Agents will spend seven days cruising the Loire, France’s longest river, on the new 24-passenger Deborah. During the week, they will have the opportunity to scope out the French communes of Briare, Lere, Menetreol-sous-Sancerre, Chapelle Montlinard and Marsailles-les-Aubigny, along with the city of Nevers. During the week, guests will acquaint themselves with the vineyards, canals and historical sites of the rustic French countryside. Other highlights include a stop at a goat farm to sample signature cheeses, as well as a visit the village of Apremont-sur-Allier to see its floral garden. The price of the trip includes the cruise, all meals, wine, excursions, port charges and bicycle rentals.