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CRUISE HOLIDAYS UK

Call Jon Fletcher on: (0161) 408-2161, or e-mail: jfletcher@cruiseholidaysuk.co.uk

DESTINATIONS

 

Africa

 

Alaska

 

Asia

 

Bahamas

 

Bermuda

 

Canada / New England

 

Caribbean

 

Hawaii

 

Mediterranean

 

Mexican Riviera

 

Northern Europe

      Amsterdam, Holland

 
      
Belfast, Northern Ireland

 
      
Berlin (Warnemunde),

      Germany

 
      
Brussels (Zeebrugge),

      Belgium

 
      
Copenhagen, Denmark

 
      
Cork, Ireland

 
      
Dublin, Ireland

 
      
Edinburgh, Scotland

 
      
Gdansk (Gdynia), Poland

 
      
Helsinki, Finland

 
      
London, England

 
      
Oslo, Norway

 
      
Paris (Le Havre), France

 
      
Riga, Latvia

 
      
St. Petersburg, Russia

 
      
Tallinn, Estonia

 
      
Stockholm, Sweden

 

Panama Canal

 

South America

 

South Pacific

 

Set to explore the best of Paris including the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Arc de Triomphe. Step back in time at the ruins of Pampiee or the museums of Paris - then on to London, where Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace await.

 

The stark beauty, geography and history of the British Isles and Northern Europe make for an unforgettable experience. Cruise to such popular places in United Kingdom, as London, Dublin, Edinburg and Cornwall. Or, explore the fjords and cities of Norway, Iceland and Greenland on voyages to Northern Europe.

 

 

Ports & Cities... 

 

 

 Amsterdam, Holland

Radiating out from the Dam Square, the historic centre of the city is ringed by quaint canals and cobbled streets, thronged with bicycles, tourists, house-boats, students, and street performers.

 

 

 Belfast, Northern Ireland 

Belfast is a thriving city that has regained some of its old charm and industry, and has begun to lure the curious traveller.

 

 

 

 Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany

Berlin boasts a fantastic nightlife, and while tastes have changed since the height of the cabaret halls of the 1920s and 30s, there is a vast array of venues catering to all tastes.

 

 

 Brussels (Zeebrugge), Belgium

Vibrant and energetic, Brussels is a city of museums and architecture among Europe's finest, a shopper's fantasy and a diner's capital.

 

 

 

 Copenhagen, Denmark

The waterside city of Copenhagen is packed with old-world fairytale charm alongside some of the world's most avante garde architecture.

 

 

 

 Cork, Ireland

Cork is vibrant and cheerful, with music, theatre and film all playing a major role in city life, while world-renowned annual festivals add to the lively atmosphere, making it the European Capital of Culture 2005.

 

 

 Dublin, Ireland

Cosmopolitan, colourful and over a thousand years old, Dublin presents a fine starting point for visitors to Ireland.

 

 

 

 Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh has a rich, cultural heritage and is home to many of Scotland's museums and galleries.

 

 

 

 Gdañsk (Gdynia), Poland

Gdañsk is an important port, situated at the mouth of the Vistula River on the Baltic Sea, and throughout its history has been a major trading centre.

 

 

 Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki, spread across a cluster of promontories and peninsulas, is 450 years old, its clean, wide avenues lined with buildings echoing centuries of architectural excellence.

 

 

 London, England

Whether you arrive in London via the underground or inside the taxicabs, you will immediately be greeted by a deep sense of history and met with the vibrancy of this incredible destination.

 

 

 Oslo, Norway

Legends of heroes, trolls and princesses roaming the countryside outside this charming city attracting many travellers looking for a Scandinavian holiday.

 

 

 Paris (Le Havre), France

The people of Paris are stylish and flirtatious, its architecture seductive, its restaurants and nightlife devoted to the pursuit of pleasure and its streets are scattered with dreams.

 

 

 Riga, Latvia

As the cultural and economic centre of the country, Riga is home to plenty of top-class museums, galleries and performing arts centres, as well as a range of sophisticated bars, clubs and restaurants.

 

 

 St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg is a city of arched bridges, winding canals, wide boulevards, elegant palaces, impressive squares and ornate churches, and as such is often referred to as the 'Venice of the North'.

 

 

 Tallinn, Estonia

Estonia's ancient seacoast capital exudes a sense of romantic history, being one of the most completely preserved medieval cities in Europe.

 

 

 Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, the historic metropolis with a small town heart boasts a multitude of museums, an abundance of restaurants, a plethora of parks, fun fairs, a never-ending nightlife and a rich cultural life.