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Enjoy a 7 nights cruise around Northern Europe.

Itineraries

Day 1 (Embark)

Time : 12:00 am

Southampton, UK

The vibrant port city of Southampton has always had a rich history in seafaring and is still a popular embarkation port for cruises today.

Day 2

Time : 9:00 am

Cruising (Day at sea)

Day 3

Time : 7:00 am

Hamburg, Germany

On the banks of the Elbe River, 70 miles inland from Travemunde, lies the city of Hamburg. Germany’s second-largest city is bursting with centuries of maritime heritage: a key Hanseatic port in the Middle Ages, today it’s an irresistibly cool blend of old and new, with a buzzing nightlife of brewhouses, cocktail bars and clubs. With more than 2,300 bridges (more than Venice, London and Amsterdam combined) and many parks (it's one of Germany's greenest cities), Hamburg is a delight to explore.

Day 4

Time : 8:00 am

Cruising (Day at sea)

Day 5-6

Time : 8:00 am

Rotterdam (Tours To Amsterdam), Netherlands

The city of Rotterdam is located on the banks of the North Sea by the Nieuwe Waterweg and is different to other Dutch destinations. Recognised as one of the world's leading ports, this ever-evolving city has a wealth of attractions. With its modern skyline, industrial port and hardworking heritage, the Netherlands’ second city has always been outshone by its pretty sibling Amsterdam, the quaint capital.

Day 7

Time : 7:00 am

Zeebrugge, Belgium

Understand that Zeebrugge literally means Bruges-on-Sea and you immediately appreciate why this ferry port is also Belgium's major cruise port. A medieval jewel on the North Sea, the charming city of Bruges is just 10 miles away. Sometimes called the Venice of the North because of the picturesque criss-crossing canals on which you can enjoy fascinating and romantic boat rides, Bruges actually has a character all its own. Beautiful Bruges is a picture-perfect destination at any time of year.

Napoleon was born here and, if you did not know that before, it would only take a few minutes after cruising into Ajaccio to cotton on as 'Boneys' name and likeness is everywhere. The main shopping street is called Cours Napoleon and the wide tree-lined boulevards, parks and large squares in this newer part of town feature many statues of the great man, notably in the main square (ironically called General de Gaulle). The Old Town between the port and the imposing citadel on the cliff above boasts Napoleons House and the cathedral where he was baptised. The main marketplace is right by the port and here you'll find lots of local craft goods and endless Napoleonic souvenirs. Nestling in the Bay of Ajaccio, halfway down the islands west coast, Ajaccio is an excellent base from which to explore Corsica and discover why it is called the 'Scented Isle' (because of the sweet aromas from the mountainside maquis vegetation).

Day 8

Time : 9:00 am

Southampton, UK

The vibrant port city of Southampton has always had a rich history in seafaring and is still a popular embarkation port for cruises today.

Delicious dining for all the family. Exciting activities for children of all ages. Dazzling entertainment and plenty of relaxation. Enjoy it all aboard Iona and discover a trio of exciting cities.

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Prices & Dates: Northern Europe (7 Nights)