British Isles Discovery
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This pretty little town, at the mouth of the River Seine, makes a perfect finale to a spectacular cruise. The old harbour and marina are just delightful and the narrow streets and alleys of the old quarter are little changed since French medieval times. Claude Monet’s famous garden at Givenchy, the Normandy Landings beaches and even the Bayeux Tapestry are all within reach.
|Tue 05 Sep 2017 09:30||Tue 05 Sep 2017 20:00|
St Peter Port, Guernsey
The cobbled streets and relaxed style of Guernsey’s picturesque main town introduce you to the unique Channel Islands. Certainly more Anglo than French, but with enough ‘je ne sais quoi’ to make you think otherwise. Guernsey has a captivating island history, wonderful beaches, miles of coastal walks and tax-free shopping for the less energetic!
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The capital of the Emerald Isle, with its images of ancient Kings, magical folklore and that essential Irish hospitality. From Trinity College to stylish O’Connell Street, Dublin offers a real sense of history, wonderful restaurants, cafés and of course, bars. Enjoy the craic and perhaps an expertly served pint of Guinness.
|Fri 08 Sep 2017 11:00||Fri 08 Sep 2017 22:00|
Belfast is a vibrant exciting city steeped in history with outstanding shops, restaurants and bars. Hillsborough Castle and The Giant’s Causeway in Co. Antrim are prime attractions.
|Sat 09 Sep 2017 08:00||Sat 09 Sep 2017 19:00|
Tobermory, Isle of Mull
Genteel describes the lovely Georgian harbourfront architecture of the little town of Tobermory, whilst rugged is a more apt description for the wild moorland and mountainous interior of the Isle of Mull. Take a trip on the Mull Railway or visit tiny traffic-free Iona, where St Columba first brought Christianity in 563 AD.
|Sun 10 Sep 2017 07:00||Sun 10 Sep 2017 17:30|
Kirkwall, Orkaney Islands
The capital and administrative centre of the Orkney Islands, set on the principal island known as Mainland. The Orkneys comprise 70 or so islands, rocks and skerries that cover an area of 376 square miles. You can still detect the Norse influence and the Stone Age settlement at Skara Brae, older than either the Pyramids or Stonehenge, is fascinating.
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