Western Europe Cruises
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Cruise to Western Europe and experience the ruins of Ancient Rome and Athens in all their splendour. Discover the dynamic cultures characterising the charm of Western European coastline. See the iconic art works and architecture that inspired so much of the modern world today. Western Europe promises highly rewarding cruise experiences, with easily accessible ports along the coast of some of Europe's most beautiful towns and cities enabling passengers to explore a whole cradle of ancient civilization.
The countries traveled to in this area include France, Austria, Spain and many more. Needless to say, Western Europe is home to some of the most spectacular and varied tourist attractions in the world such as the Paris’ Eiffel Tower, London’s Big Ben, the Berlin Wall, Stonehenge and the Arc de Triomphe to name but a few. With its variety of languages, cultures, sights and climates, Western Europe delivers a diverse range of highly enjoyable and unique experiences throughout the year, making the continent increasingly popular with cruise enthusiasts worldwide.
Remember your camera for when you are touring Valencia Cathedral in Spain, The Guinness Storehouse in Ireland, or Big Ben in London!
- Amsterdam - Amsterdam
- Northern Europe,Western Europe,British Isles
Entering service in 2016, the Seven Seas Explorer will wow you, with spacious suites and every modern amenity you could ever need. With three full sea days and 6 port visits, this is the perfect balance for you to both enjoy the ship and take part in shore excursions in port.
- Barcelona - Barcelona
- Western Europe
This great itinerary includes an overnight stay onboard in Amsterdam. With so much to do in the city, you'll be glad you can explore at your leisure, with no time constraints. Visit enlightening museums, the Anne Frank House and more in this incredibly creative city!
- Hamburg - Hamburg
- Northern Europe,Western Europe,Transatlantic
- May 2019 - September 2019
A blend of the traditional and modernity makes Barcelona one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. With approximately 1.62 million inhabitants, Barcelona is also the second largest city in the country. Among the attractions are the Nou Camp, Sagrada Família, Park Guell and the beautiful Las Ramblas promenade. In addition to the many cafés, tapas bars are found all around the city and provide a culinary highlight.Highlights of Barcelona
- Visit La Sagrada Familia - you will be blown away by its beauty
- Be sure to explore the markets around the city
- Take a journey on board Tramvia Blau Tram and enjoy the rest of the evening at Tibidado Amusement Park
Southampton is a historical port city located in Hampshire county, southern England. A popular city in its own right, with attractions including the Tudor House, the stunning gardens of Mottisfont Abbey, and more, most of its appeal is held in its status as your gateway to the metropolis of London. Most cruise lines visiting Southampton will start or end their cruise here, or will offer excursions to explore nearby London. There you can enjoy everything from history to culture, cuisine and everything in between. The Tower of London, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and a whole lot more await.Highlights of Southampton and London
- Visit the innovative and engaging SeaCity Museum in Southampton
- Enjoy a magical day in Warner Brothers Studios in London, hugely popular with Harry Potter fans!
- Frequent London's Madame Tussauds to come face-to-face with the worlds most influencial figures..
Portugal's capital is one of Europe's oldest cities, and offers tourists a diverse and interesting cultural activities. The Torre de Belém and the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos were recorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. Lisbon has many interesting buildings, parks and museums and also hosts the annual jazz festival 'Jazz em Agosto'. Saint George castle comes highly recommended, as it offers a spectacular view of the city. In addition, you must try the Portuguese cuisine. Try one of the city's famous dishes, the cod is a particularly loved dish.Highlights of Lisbon
- Experience a night like never before with the nightlife of Barrio Alto
- View the city in a different perspective from Miradouro da Senhora do Monte
- Explore the ancient district of Alfama experiencing its beauty and history
The Italian port city of Genoa is located in the northwest of the country. Due to the location of Genoa, it faces almost exclusively to the sea. Another characteristic is the soaring mountains of the Apennines. Among the attractions of the city are many historical monuments, museums, palaces, and the landmark La Lanterna. The approximately 117-meter-high lighthouse was built in 1128 and is located in the western part of town.Highlights of Genoa:
- St Lawrence Cathedral
- Ancient sea district of Boccadasse
- Ancient lighthouse called La Lanterna
Málaga, with approximately 569,000 inhabitants, is the sixth largest city in Spain. Due to the favorable climate of Malaga, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Iberian Peninsula. Several museums and buildings characterize the city. From the Alcazaba, a Moorish fortress from the 11th There century to the Catedral de la Encanacíon to the birthplace of painter Pablo Picasso, Málaga has much to discover and admire.Highlights of Málaga
- Be sure to visit 'Alcazaba' castle
- Explore the beauty of 'Catedral de Malaga'
- Enjoy on evening at one of Malagas beaches
Monte Carlo is a city of the rich and famous, but also offers numerous attractions for regualr tourists. The Duke's palace high above the city, the casino and the Botanical Gardens are just a few of the highlights. AS Monaco is one of the most successful football clubs in the French League and a Formula 1 race takes place each year around the streets of the tiny nation.Highlights of Monte Carlo
- Take an evening stroll through the Japanese Gardens
- Explore the oceanographic museum of Monaco
- Enjoy a performance at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo
EU West & Atlantic Islands
A cruise to Western Europe and the Atlantic Islands opens up a diverse range of cities and landscapes. The Atlantic Ocean and its islands span from Northern Europe all the way down to the Southern Hemisphere, with clusters of islands and post colonies of a bygone era.
The Faroe Islands
Up North lie the Faroe Islands, one of Northern Europe’s most hidden treasures, situated between the Norwegian Sea and North Atlantic Ocean and northwest of Scotland. This archipelago nation comprises of 18 islands and has a length of 113km. The Faroe Islands were discovered by Vikings from Western Norway and soon became a fortified area of trade. With an abundance of unspoiled scenery and natural wildlife, the Faroe Islands are truly a birdwatcher’s paradise (just don’t forget to pack binoculars and sunglasses!). On a cruise to the Faroe Islands you will have to see Tórshavn, one of the world’s smallest capital cities, yet not one to be missed. Tórshavn makes for the perfect shore excursion with its charming atmosphere and fascinating history from centuries past. Many cruises to the Island also take in the beauty of Iceland and its own unique environment.
To the east of the Atlantic Ocean lie the British Isles, where there is no shortage of charming towns, rolling green hills and enchanting castles. Cruises to Edinburgh offer you the chance to explore the cultural heart of Scotland, home to stunning Georgian architecture and cobble-stoned streets. After exploring the wonders of Scotland, be sure to stop off in London and check out this iconic city’s unique landmarks. Get a bird’s eye view of London from the spectacular London Eye, and take a tour of England’s rich history by visiting the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London. Across the sea you can cruise to Ireland’s thriving capital city, Dublin. Visit impressive castles, view Dublin’s most historic buildings and sights and enjoy a pint at the Guinness Brewery.
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