Rhone River Cruise Region
A trip down the 500-mile Rhone rewards cruisers with opportunities to visit world-class wineries and dine on exquisite French cuisine, among many other delights. The Rhone River makes its way through the heart of French wine country before flowing into the Mediterranean near Marseilles. The Saone River joins the Rhone at Lyon.
Reasons the Rhone is Popular Among Travellers
To take a cruise on the Rhone is to be immersed in French culture, cuisine and wine. Walk in places that inspired some of the World's most famous masterpieces, see the world-famous vineyards of Burgundy, and explore ancient castles and villages. Rhone cruises take you through the Burgundy and Beaujolais regions of wine country, with ample opportunities to sample a vast array of wines from famous regions like Chateauneuf-du-Pape.
Explore Beyond Your Rhone Cruise With These Featured Destinations
While there, experience popular sightseeing options such as the Lavender Fields of Provence, french countryside vineyards, St Tropez, and Pont du Gard with Railbookers. Explore further into these top destinations Railbookers can take you to from the Rhine.
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