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EUROPEANBARGING PRESENTS NEW BARGES IN FRANCE FOR 2014
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Europeanbarging Presents New Barges in France for 2014

(TRAVPR.COM) USA - May 1st, 2014 - For many years Europeans have enjoyed the relaxing vacation that a canal cruise offers. Now more Americans are making the trip across the Atlantic to enjoy the intimate waterways and local color that barge cruises offer. France is the most popular destination. As of this year, Europeanbarging has added three new French barges to those they already represent.

The new barges are sister ships to the Jeanine which came out in 2013. The Jeanine will move from Alsace to Burgundy France, and the Madeleine will take over the Alsace Lorraine itinerary. The Anne Marie will cruise the Provence region between Avignon and Sete. The fourth barge, the Raymonde, will cruise in Champagne, France. For more information about these cruises, please visit http://europeanbarging.com/Barges/barge_cruises.htm.

All the barges accommodate 24 passengers and include local excursions, regional wines served with meals and an open bar. There are also bicycles on board for independent cycling. Rates regularly run between $2,658 and $2,895 per person, although there is a special running during 2014.

There is an extensive waterway network across the country of France, covering nearly 5,000 miles. Much of that consists of canals that were constructed centuries ago for trade and transport. The barges of today explore different regions of the country in a slow, intimate, and relaxed fashion. These cruises offer the convenience of an all-inclusive vacation and customized adventure.

In addition to adding the new barges and itineraries, Europeanbarges has announced special rates for this inaugural year:

The Anne Marie will explore Provence and departs on May 26th, July 7th, or September 29th for a seven day cruise passing through Avignon, Beaucaire, Arles, Saint-Gilles, Aigues-Mortes, Palavas-les-Flots, and Sète. The special rate starts at $2,495 (regularly $2,730). It’ll include excursions in Les Baux-de-Provence, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Arles, the Camargue, the town of Aigues-Mortes, and Sète. For further details regarding the itinerary for the Anne Marie, please visit http://www.europeanbarging.com/Barges/Anne_Marie/Provence.htm.

The Jeanine will explore Burgundy and has only two departure dates, June 27th and July 25th. Each trip will consist of seven days exploring Saint-Leger-sur-Dheune, Santenay, Chagny, Chalon, Saint-Jean-de-Losne, Petit-Ouge, and Dijon. The special rate for this cruise starts from $2,338 (regularly $2,618) and includes excursions to the following locations: the Cirque du Bout du Monde and the Mont de Sene, wine tasting at Santenay,

Chalon-sur-Saône, Saint-Jean-de-Losne, and the Burgundy Grands Crus Wine Route. For more details on the itinerary for the Jeanine, please visit http://www.europeanbarging.com/Barges/Jeanine/Burgundy.htm.

The Madeleine will explore the Alsace Lorraine region of France, passing through Strasbourg, Waltenheim, Saverne, Lutxelbourg, Xouaxange, and Lagarde. It also includes a seven day cruise departing on June 6th, July 4th, or Aug 29th. The special rate starts at $2,258 (regularly $2,506) and includes excursions to the UNESCO World Heritage site in Strasbourg, a tour of the Zorn Valley and the Vosges Mountains, a hike through the hops fields in Wingersheim, the Château de Hohbarr, Lutzelbourg Castle, and more. For further details regarding the Madeliene’s itinerary, please visit http://www.europeanbarging.com/Barges/Madeleine/Alsace_Lorraine.htm.

The Raymonde will explore the Champagne region of France with two departure dates, June 19th and July 24th. The special rate starts from $2,400 (regularly $2,688) and covers a seven day cruise traveling through Paris, Lagny-sur-Marne, Meaux, Saint-Jena-les-Deuz, Jumeaux, Chateau Thierry, Dormans, Epernay, and Chalons-en-Champagne. There will be excursions into Paris, Meaux, Château Thierry, Hautvillers (where champagne was born), and Châlons-en-Champagne. For more details regarding the Raymonde cruise, please visit http://www.europeanbarging.com/Barges/Raymonde/Champagne_itin.htm.

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