Exploring the Rhône River From a Floating Hotel

The Rhône River at Avignon. Uniworld's Rhône cruise begins in Beaune and ends in Avignon. (Rolf Süssbrich/Wikimedia Commons)
The Rhône River at Avignon. Uniworld's Rhône cruise begins in Beaune and ends in Avignon. (Rolf Süssbrich/Wikimedia Commons)

The 505-mile Rhône River was used by Greek and Roman traders, so today’s river cruisers can experience antiquity, artistry, history, and some of the finest...

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