Your Cruise to Europe, Northern

14 Nights/Europe, Northern

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Day 1
Southampton

This English borough, located on an inlet of the English Channel, is the country's busiest deep-water port. Southampton is a vibrant city known for its rich maritime history and its meandering Old Town walls. The city's Westgate is where the Pilgrims set sail for America aboard the Mayflower.

Day 2
St. Peter Port

Europes prettiest harbor town is home to over 800 years of history. St. Peter Ports cobblestone streets, picturesque marina and historic attractions make it a perfect destination for everyone. Start your day by stepping back into time at Castle Cornet, a fortress dating back to the 1200s ? perched atop a hill, the castle offers panoramic views of the harbor. Then, explore Hauteville House, home to French writer Victor Hugo. You can see Hugos statue as you stroll through Candie Gardens, a Victorian public garden full of brightly colored flowers and fish ponds. Or find a charming seaside cafe to relax in with a fresh crab sandwich and watch the fishing boats go by

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 3
Cork

The real capital of Ireland ? thats what the locals call Cork, a university city in the countrys southwest. In the city center, situated on an island in the River Lee, youll find one of Irelands best foodie scenes, with laneways and streets filled with local watering holes and high-end restaurants. Cruise to Ireland to check out the the prison-turned-museum Cork City Gaol, visit Blarney Castle and kiss its eponymous stone, and sample local culinary specialities in the English Market. Cork is just a 25-minute drive from Cobh, Irelands only dedicated cruise terminal and the final port of call for the Titanic before it set sail for the United States.

Arrival9:30 AM
Day 4
Waterford

Waterford, Ireland was established in Viking times, and it has an exciting medieval flavor and a riverside bustle. Waterford presents ancient monuments, stunning castles, grandiose churches, stately homes and lovely gardens The city is the home of Waterford Crystal, a product of exquisite craftsmanship.

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 5
Dublin

Western Europe's fastest-growing urban tourist destination is set upon the shore of Dublin Bay, which extends out to the Irish Sea. Dublin thrives as a centre for music, film, theatre, dance and art, and tourists flock here for the atmosphere found in its historic Georgian squares and the foamy pints found in its 1,000+ pubs.

Arrival7:30 AM
Day 6
Glasgow

Scotland's largest city is also its leading industrial centre. It is one of the liveliest European destinations, catering to students, artists and tourists. The area's rural pursuits, including the sheltered woodlands of the Clyde Valley, are every bit as magical as the city's cosmopolitan allure.

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 7
At Sea

Day 8
At Sea

Day 9
Akureyri

For a city of 18,000 residents, Akureyri packs a lively punch. Situated at the head of Eyjafjordur, Icelands longest fjord, the first thing youll notice is the backdrop of dramatic snow-covered mountains. Take a stroll through the Old Town and admire the 19th-century turf houses. Sample some authentic Icelandic cuisine, or warm up in the steaming Akureyri Thermal Pool. Around the corner, youll find Akureyris basalt church, Akureyrarkirkja, with its striking, futuristic facade. Iceland cruises give you access to stroll through Lystigardurinn, the northernmost botanical garden in the world, and breathe in the fresh air and the scent of wild arctic flowers.

Arrival7:00 AM
Day 10
Reykjavik

Reykjavik is the beating heart of Iceland. The city was founded in 1786, but its also the site of Icelands first permanent settlement, dating back to 874 AD. Check out the Settlement Exhibition, a combination archaeological ruin and museum based around a 10th-century longhouse, where interactive technology and archaeology reveal historical Iceland. The church Hallgrimskirkja dominates the skyline ? admire its distinctive Expressionist-style architecture designed to mirror the nearby mountains and glaciers during your Iceland cruise. Need relaxation of the highest order? Take the sub-hour drive to the world-famous Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa surrounded by volcanic vistas

Arrival11:30 AM
Day 11
Reykjavik

Reykjavik is the beating heart of Iceland. The city was founded in 1786, but its also the site of Icelands first permanent settlement, dating back to 874 AD. Check out the Settlement Exhibition, a combination archaeological ruin and museum based around a 10th-century longhouse, where interactive technology and archaeology reveal historical Iceland. The church Hallgrimskirkja dominates the skyline ? admire its distinctive Expressionist-style architecture designed to mirror the nearby mountains and glaciers during your Iceland cruise. Need relaxation of the highest order? Take the sub-hour drive to the world-famous Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa surrounded by volcanic vistas

Day 12
At Sea

Day 13
Belfast

Belfast is a thriving, fast-growing metropolitan center thats full of surprises. The city played a key role in the 19th centurys Industrial Revolution, when it was the worlds biggest linen producer. It also had a reputation for ship-building ? the Titanic was built here. Learn more about this claim to fame when you visit the Titanic Quarter and the citys Titanic Belfast attraction. Then, grab lunch on the terrace overlooking Edwardian City Hall, one of the best examples of Belfasts great architecture. Ireland cruises offer you the opportunity to walk among exotic trees in the botanical garden, and reinvent your idea of Irish cuisine at one of the citys upscale, seafood-focused eateries

Arrival12:00 PM
Day 14
At Sea

Day 15
Southampton

This English borough, located on an inlet of the English Channel, is the country's busiest deep-water port. Southampton is a vibrant city known for its rich maritime history and its meandering Old Town walls. The city's Westgate is where the Pilgrims set sail for America aboard the Mayflower.

Arrival6:00 AM

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Athletic/Exercise Facilities

  • Aerobic and Exercise Room
  • Basketball Court
  • Jogging /Walking Track

Children

  • Children Center
  • Kids Pool Area
  • Teen Center

Dining

  • Cafe
  • Dining Rooms
  • Grill

Entertainment/Recreation

  • Art Gallery
  • Bars/Lounges
  • Card Rooms
  • Casino
  • Library
  • Movie Theater/Cinema
  • Photo Shop and Photo Gallery
  • Roman Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Video Arcade
  • Wine Cellar

Health and Beauty

  • Hair Salon
  • Massage and Treatment Rooms

Services

  • Concierge
  • Handicapped Accommodations
  • Shore Excursion Desk
  • Steam Room

Ship Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Electric Current(220AC/110AC)
  • Elevators
  • Observation Lounge

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