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Northern Europe

Sailing from the UK - Ask about regional transportation to the Port
Cruise Line: MSC Cruises
Date: 09 April 2018
Duration: 7 nights
Ports of call: Southampton | Le Havre | Zeebrugge | Amsterdam | Hamburg | Southampton
Inside from £699pp
Outside from £699pp
Balcony from £699pp
Suite from £CALLpp

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Restaurant 2 Restaurant 2
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Day Port Arrival Departure
1 Southampton
The port of Southampton can trace its origins back to a Roman settlement on the banks of the River Itchen where Bitterne stands today. However, the Saxon settlement of Hamwic or Hamtun on the opposite shore of the Itchen is where Southampton’s early identity really starts to take shape. Unfortunately the wealth of this fledgling Saxon port attracted the attentions of Viking raiders who were, to say the least, bad for business.

However, the die had been cast and Southampton traded through good times and bad until, by the early 19th century, paddle steamers started running regular services to France. A century and a half later the first car ferries plied the same routes helping to further popularise the idea of foreign leisure travel that the White Star liners and the glamorous Southampton built flying boats had helped to pioneered.

Although the great liners were literally overtaken by the era of cheap jet travel, they never entirely disappeared and, gradually, modern cruising started to become more accessible and more popular. Today Southampton has three cruise terminals to copy with the unprecedented comings and goings of today’s massive cruise ships.
Mon 09 Apr 2018 Mon 09 Apr 2018 20:00
2 Le Havre
Founded in the 16th century, Le Havre on the English Channel, at the mouth of the River Seine in Normandy, is one of the largest seaports of France. Although badly damaged in World War II, LeHavre retains several old buildings, some of them restored after1945. The impressive modernist St Joseph church, Town Hall and seafront Fine Arts Museum are musts, while the Musee deI Ancient Havre and the Gothic Cathedral are among surviving echoes from the city's past.
Tue 10 Apr 2018 07:00 Tue 10 Apr 2018 20:00
3 Zeebrugge
Wed 11 Apr 2018 09:00 Wed 11 Apr 2018 19:00
4 Amsterdam
Amsterdam is one of the world's best hangouts, a canny blend of old and new. The city seems to thrive on its funky mix and despite hordes of tourists, still manages to feel quintessentially Dutch. The old crooked houses, the cobbled streets, the tree-lined canals and generous parks all contribute to the atmosphere
Thu 12 Apr 2018 09:00 Thu 12 Apr 2018
5 Amsterdam
Amsterdam is one of the world's best hangouts, a canny blend of old and new. The city seems to thrive on its funky mix and despite hordes of tourists, still manages to feel quintessentially Dutch. The old crooked houses, the cobbled streets, the tree-lined canals and generous parks all contribute to the atmosphere
Fri 13 Apr 2018 Fri 13 Apr 2018
6 Hamburg
Sat 14 Apr 2018 07:00 Sat 14 Apr 2018 21:00
7 At Sea
Sun 15 Apr 2018 Sun 15 Apr 2018
8 Southampton
The port of Southampton can trace its origins back to a Roman settlement on the banks of the River Itchen where Bitterne stands today. However, the Saxon settlement of Hamwic or Hamtun on the opposite shore of the Itchen is where Southampton’s early identity really starts to take shape. Unfortunately the wealth of this fledgling Saxon port attracted the attentions of Viking raiders who were, to say the least, bad for business.

However, the die had been cast and Southampton traded through good times and bad until, by the early 19th century, paddle steamers started running regular services to France. A century and a half later the first car ferries plied the same routes helping to further popularise the idea of foreign leisure travel that the White Star liners and the glamorous Southampton built flying boats had helped to pioneered.

Although the great liners were literally overtaken by the era of cheap jet travel, they never entirely disappeared and, gradually, modern cruising started to become more accessible and more popular. Today Southampton has three cruise terminals to copy with the unprecedented comings and goings of today’s massive cruise ships.
Mon 16 Apr 2018 08:00 Mon 16 Apr 2018
Sailing Date Price
Mon 02 Apr 2018 From £649pp
Mon 08 Oct 2018 From £649pp
Mon 01 Oct 2018 From £599pp
Mon 24 Sep 2018 From £749pp
Mon 16 Apr 2018 From £699pp
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