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Immortalised by artists and writers alike and a paradise for lovers of haute cuisine and fine wine, the Rhône Valley provides a relaxing and tranquil setting for a river cruise.
Rising in Switzerland and fed by the Rhône Glacier, the 500-mile long river winds its way through enchanting landscapes, linking two of France's most beautiful regions, Burgundy and Provence.
Soak up the ancient charm of unspoilt towns and villages and experience first hand some of the region's finest wines and gastronomic delights. Cruise on an unforgettable journey through sun-drenched vineyards, passing ancient cities and peaceful villages nestling in the lavender-scented hills of Provence.
Rhone River Factfile
- The Rhône is 505 miles (813 km) long and has a drainage basin of some 37,750 square miles (97,775 square km)
- The course of the river can be divided into three sectors, lying respectively in the Alps, between the Alps and the Jura Mountains and through the latter, and finally in the topographical furrow of Alpine origin running from the city of Lyon to the sea
- The Rhône originates in the Swiss Alps, upstream from Lake Geneva. It comes into being at an elevation of about 6,000 feet (1,830 metres), emerging from the Rhône Glacier
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