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Icelandic Circumnavigation

31 May 2020 Cruise and Stay from £5599pp
Greg Mortimer

Iconic Icelandic Voyage

14 Jun 2020 Cruise and Stay from £7099pp
Seven Seas Navigator

Rome Stay with Western Mediterranean Cruise

08 Aug 2019 Cruise and Stay from £1849pp
Celebrity Edge

No Fly - Rome, Rialto & Rail with Venice-Simplon Orient Express

07 Oct 2020 Cruise and Rail from £3999pp
Regal Princess

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Why Visit Europe?


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Full of Life

Exploring different regions of the world

You can board a ship in an interesting port city such as Rome or Venice, and add on a pre or post-cruise land tour. Rome in particular has much to be explored, including the Vatican, and other religious and historic points of interest.  

Since the season for Europe encompasses the summer months, many families have started taking advantage of all there is to see and do there. They bring along the kids so that they can experience first-hand the places and peoples they read about in their history books  

And what would a trip to Europe be without sampling the food and wine of the local regions? Many cruise excursions include meals in the various port cities, and it is well worth your while to book these experiences not just for the tour and what it encompasses, but also so that you can taste some of the regional specialities. The Tuscany region, in particular, is one that should not be bypassed without enjoying a fine meal complete with a good Italian wine.  

Of course, there are other areas in Europe that can be explored as well. These include the regions of Northern Europe which include Copenhagen, Denmark; Oslo, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden; and St. Petersburg, Russia, among so many others. Some of these cruises are what are considered “re-positioning voyages;” that is where the ship is moved from one region to another. The nice thing about those voyages is that you can often spend some time both pre and post-cruise, exploring a different region of the world.  

There are also a host of smaller ships providing European cruises. Many of them offer luxury amenities to their guests, including shore excursions as a part of your cruise fare, an onboard guide who is an expert in the regions being visited, and other special amenities. These ships often don’t carry very many passengers, and so the experience can be personalised to the individual tastes of those onboard any given sailing.

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Europe Ports Of Call


Latest Europe Deals


France, Italy

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MSC Orchestra

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Aurora

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Azamara Quest

14-Day Majestic Fjords & North Cape

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Seabourn Ovation

Waterways of Holland & Belgium

08 Nov 2019 (7 Nights) Cruise Only from £675pp
Balmoral

Uncrowded Baltic

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Boudicca

Canary Islands, Madeira and Spain

20 Aug 2019 (12 Nights) Cruise Only from £1077pp
Aurora

Netherlands & Belgium City Break

26 Oct 2020 (5 Nights) Cruise Only from £626pp
Braemar

Icelandic Wonders & Wildlife

18 Jun 2019 (13 Nights) Cruise Only from £1061pp
Boudicca

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