Viking announces new route along the rivers of Aquitaine

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Viking announces new route along the rivers of Aquitaine…
Expanding its portfolio of itineraries, Viking River Cruises has announced the launch of its first route along the Dordogne, Garonne and Gironde Rivers in Southern France. The specialist river cruise company will be one of very few cruise lines in the UK to offer the itinerary. The first sailing will be in March 2014.
The eight-day cruise will begin and end in Bordeaux. Visiting the historical towns of Pauillac, Blaye, Libourne and Cadillac, the itinerary stops at three UNESCO sites, including Blaye's 17th Century Citadel and Saint-Emilion.
Wendy Atkin-Smith, Managing Director of Viking River Cruises UK, said: "We are very excited to launch such a fantastic new itinerary, especially as it is a route that isn't covered by many other companies. The new addition goes a long way in showing our commitment to continually expanding our portfolio by adding new and exciting destinations for our customers to explore."


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