Autumn can be a depressing time of the year. It’s getting cold, dark and wet. But that doesn’t have to be the case. There are places in the world where summer hasn’t ended. That’s why it’s such a great idea to take a cruise holiday somewhere warm.
It’s one of the most prosperous nations on the planet: Monaco is the playground of the rich and the very rich. This tiny principality famously does not levy any income tax, as the lavish takings from the famous Monte Carlo Casino are more than enough to cover the costs of government. Monaco is the unique combination of an old-fashioned European Principality with all the up-to-date features of a modern city. There’s no-where like it on earth, making this tiny nation a must-see.
Two of P&O’s ships sail to Monaco in the autumn on 2014. You can sail on either the Ventura or the Adonia, and you’ll have the option of sailing from Southampton and saving on flights, or flying out to Venice or Genoa and spending more time in the Mediterranean.
As winter looms, it’s tempting to sail somewhere hot and enjoy what little summer sun is left. If that’s your plan, then Cyprus could be an interesting choice. Even in October the temperature can reach 30°C. The city of Limassol has a long and fascinating history, including a period when the city was controlled by the famous crusader Richard the Lionheart – so there’s much more to Cyprus than just the weather.
The Aurora will sail to Limassol in October 2014 as part of a larger voyage around the Mediterranean. This cruise leaves from Southampton and includes stops at Lisbon, Piraeus and Port Said, so you’ll get loads of Mediterranean culture and won’t even have to pay for flights.
These are only two of the destinations that P&O can take you to in autumn of 2014 – there are loads of options to choose from. Why not get in touch with us today to begin planning your next holiday?