Saga’s new From the North Sea to the Med river cruise

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 Saga SS Monet

Sail on two ships during new all-inclusive North to South river cruise from Amsterdam to Avignon

Saga’s new From the North Sea to the Med river cruise is a unique nine-night sailing which takes guests from Amsterdam along the Rhine on MS Monet before embarking on MS Van Gogh to cruise from Chalon-sur-Saône to the Rhône.

This unique two-part cruise includes an overnight mooring in Amsterdam so guests can visit galleries and museums or take optional tours to the city of Haarlem or relax on an evening riverboat cruise through the Old Town.

The cruise ends in Avignon, the capital of Christendom in the Middle Ages, where guests can visit the fortified city and Palace of Popes.

About the ships:

MS Monet and MS Van Gogh are 78-cabin ships which were both refurbished in 2007. The ships both enjoy a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, complimented by excellent on-board facilities. Breakfasts are buffet-style while waiter-served three-course set meals are served at lunch and dinner.
Each ship offers a free bar, open from noon to midnight, serving non-branded alcoholic and soft drinks.

For details visit saga.co.uk/rivers  or call free on 0800 300 400

Nine nights from £1,549 departing London Heathrow to Amsterdam on May 25, June 26 and August 21, 2016. Price includes UK travel service, all meals, free 12-hour bar serving house-branded alcohol and soft drinks (plus wine with dinner), entertainment and activities on the ships, three excursions, welcome cocktail party, gala dinner, all on-board gratuities, porterage, optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights or a discount of £24 if passenger has own insurance.

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