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A serene exploration of France's waterways

Relish every moment of your journey as you glide along on one of our seven luxurious barges

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Providing an ever safer environment for our guests and teams

Trusted for travel

We have worked hard to make sure we're ready to welcome back our guests from around the world.

The Belmond experience is defined by incomparable service, timeless retreats rich with culture, natural wonder and genuine care. Within our walls, our guests will once again experience moments of magic, among those who matter most. Please visit our Covid-19 Response page for details on safety practices and flexible booking policies.

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Family friendly holiday in France

Family Friendly Fun

All Aboard In France

If you’re searching for a family-friendly break in France, step aboard as we set sail on a luxury river cruise. Discover our top tips for an unforgettable, fun-filled adventure for all.

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Your Crew

A home away from home

On board you become a family. That’s why guests keep coming back—they feel like it’s a welcome home.

The phenomenal sights might stay on your mind, but it’s the personal connections that stay in your heart. A convivial crew, including a captain, hosts and chef, are on hand round the clock to ensure every aspect of your voyage is exceptional.

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