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19 nights from Amsterdam (Netherlands) with Nautica

Northern Europe: Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden

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Cruise code NAU240704A
calendar_month 04 Jul 2024
from R 140 151,08
Price per person incl. taxes

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Cruise itinerary

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    Thursday, 04 July 2024 - 06:00
    Amsterdam chevron_right
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    Friday, 05 July 2024 08:00 - 07:00
    Zeebrugge chevron_right
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    Saturday, 06 July 2024 07:00 - 06:00
    London chevron_right
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    Monday, 08 July 2024 11:00 - 09:00
    Dublin chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 09 July 2024 08:00 - 06:00
    Belfast chevron_right
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    Wednesday, 10 July 2024 08:00 - 06:00
    Waterford chevron_right
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    Thursday, 11 July 2024 10:00 - 07:00
    Dartmouth chevron_right
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    Friday, 12 July 2024 08:30 - 05:15
    St Malo chevron_right
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    Saturday, 13 July 2024 07:00 - 05:00
    Southampton chevron_right
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    Monday, 15 July 2024 10:00 - 06:00
    Kristiansand chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 16 July 2024 07:00 - 05:00
    Oslo chevron_right
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    Wednesday, 17 July 2024 12:00 - 09:00
    Copenaghen chevron_right
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    Thursday, 18 July 2024 08:00 - 08:00
    Lubeck chevron_right
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    Saturday, 20 July 2024 07:00 - 05:00
    Riga chevron_right
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    Sunday, 21 July 2024 11:00 - 11:59
    Tallinn chevron_right
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    Monday, 22 July 2024 07:00 - 04:30
    Helsinki chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 23 July 2024 08:00 05:00
    Stockholm chevron_right
Amsterdam

Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a charming city with a particularly relaxing and serene atmosphere, despite its large size. The city has been a World Heritage Site since 2010 and has buildings dating back to the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is no coincidence that it is one of the most visited cities in the world.

Zeebrugge

Zeebrugge

London

London

London's Rich Tapestry of History

London, a city where history and modernity intertwine seamlessly, offers a journey through time. From its founding by the Romans as Londinium to its evolution into a global metropolis, London's story is one of resilience, innovation, and diversity. The city's historical landmarks, such as the Tower of London and Westminster Abbey, stand as monuments to its storied past, while the echoes of influential figures like Shakespeare and Churchill remind visitors of its impact on world history and culture.

London's Diverse Climate

The climate in London is as varied as the city itself, featuring mild winters and warm summers. Spring and autumn are particularly pleasant, offering ideal temperatures for exploring the outdoors. While London is known for its rainy reputation, the weather adds to the city's charm, creating a perfect backdrop for cozy pub visits or museum explorations. This temperate climate ensures that London can be enjoyed in all seasons, making it a year-round destination for travelers and cruisers alike.

Iconic Attractions and Hidden Gems

London's attractions are as diverse as its history. The city boasts an array of must-see sites, from the majestic Buckingham Palace to the modern London Eye, providing breathtaking views of the cityscape. Culture enthusiasts will revel in the treasures of the British Museum and the art at the Tate Modern. Yet, London's heart lies in its hidden gems—secret gardens, historic pubs, and quaint markets like Borough Market, offering a taste of local life. These iconic attractions and undiscovered corners provide a rich tapestry of experiences for every visitor.

The Melting Pot of London Cuisine

London's culinary scene is a reflection of its multicultural fabric, offering an array of global cuisines alongside traditional British dishes. From classic fish and chips to innovative gastronomic delights in Michelin-starred restaurants, the city caters to every palate. The influence of its diverse population is evident in the variety of foods available, from Indian curries to Italian pastas. London is also home to vibrant food markets, such as Camden Market, where foodies can indulge in local and international delicacies.

Embark on a Journey from London

Starting your cruise from London opens the door to an unforgettable adventure. Before embarking on your voyage, immerse yourself in the city's rich tapestry of culture, history, and culinary delights. London's accessible location and its status as a global travel hub make it the perfect starting point for cruises to destinations across Europe and beyond. Embarking from London not only promises a seamless journey but also an opportunity to extend your travel experience, exploring one of the world's most captivating cities before setting sail to explore new horizons.

Dublin

Dublin

Dublin has a powerful aura and if it captures you, you will always be left wanting more. This is a great thing for a small capital.

Today, Dublin has one of the youngest populations in Europe, who frequent funky bars, sophisticated restaurants and the renovated city streets. However, in the contemporary urban landscape of Dublin it is still possible to find traditional pubs, nostalgic museums and even horse-drawn carts to take you down cobblestone streets.

Meanwhile, a myriad of historic attractions and museums, including Trinity College, Ireland's oldest university, and the Guinness Storehouse, make you feel like you are reliving history of this wonderful city.

Belfast

Belfast

Discover Belfast: A Historic Gem in the United Kingdom

Belfast, located in Northern Ireland, is a city with a rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning landscapes that offer visitors a unique blend of tradition and modernity. Founded in the 17th century, Belfast has transformed into a dynamic urban center known for its warm hospitality, historic landmarks, and thriving arts scene.

Moderate Climate of Belfast

Belfast experiences a temperate maritime climate with mild summers and cool winters influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. Summer months are ideal for exploring outdoor attractions like Botanic Gardens or taking a leisurely stroll along the River Lagan. Winter brings opportunities to visit cozy pubs, enjoy cultural events, and explore indoor attractions such as museums and galleries.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Belfast

Explore Belfast's top attractions, including the iconic Titanic Belfast museum commemorating the city's maritime heritage, the historic Crumlin Road Gaol offering insights into Northern Ireland's past, and the vibrant St. George's Market for local crafts and food. Visit the Ulster Museum for art and history exhibits, hike Cave Hill for panoramic views, or take a Black Taxi tour to learn about Belfast's political history.

Local Cuisine: Flavors of Northern Ireland

Indulge in Belfast's culinary delights with traditional dishes like Irish stew, soda bread, Ulster fry (a hearty breakfast), and fresh seafood from the nearby coast. Sample local specialties such as champ (mashed potatoes with scallions), dulse (seaweed snack), and potato bread. Explore the city's gastropubs for modern twists on classic recipes and enjoy a pint of Guinness or local craft beer.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Belfast

Enhance your Belfast experience by booking a cruise departing from this historic port city. Choose from cruise options exploring the rugged coastlines of Ireland, visiting picturesque ports along the British Isles, or sailing to destinations like Scotland or Iceland. A cruise from Belfast promises scenic views of coastal cliffs, cultural experiences in charming towns, and memorable adventures on the high seas.

Waterford

Waterford

Dartmouth

Dartmouth

St Malo

St Malo

Southampton

Southampton

Southampton is a city positioned in the South of Great Britain and its port is one of the main ports in Europe. From the port of Southamptos it is possible to set sail for a Cunard transatlantic cruise and reach New York, or visit Amsterdam and Belgium with an MSC cruise. The city offers, further to the New Forest National Park, a wide natural park with its suggestive woods, also many museums and art galleries and remarkable architectural works. Noteworthy is King John’s Palace, of Norman origins as well as the old walls with 7 entrances to the city. An evidence of the Victorian Age is Tudor House, collecting objects dated back to that period. For the art lovers, Southampton City Art Gallery offers exhibitions of any kind of art, from drawing to photography with shows that attract many visitors.

Kristiansand

Kristiansand

Oslo

Oslo

Copenaghen

Copenaghen

Copenhagen, literally "port of the merchants", is the capital of Denmark and one of the country's most densely populated cities. Originally a city mainly inhabited by fishermen, it became a fundamentally important port for trade.
Copenhagen is a year-round tourist destination and in summer the flow of tourists increases considerably thanks to Northern Europe cruises.

It is very common to add a stay in the city before a cruise, to take in its distinguishing relaxing atmosphere and see what it has to offer. Among its famous attractions you cannot miss the statue of the Mermaid which is located right at the entrance to the port and the Tivoli Gardens, one of the world's largest amusement parks, opened in 1843 and loved by everyone.

Copenhagen (København in Danish and 'Copenaga' in Italian [no source]) is the capital and the most populous city of Denmark with 518,574 inhabitants in the municipality (1,167,569 in the urban area). The city stretches across the islands of Sjælland and Amager and is separated from the city of Malmö in Sweden by the strait of Øresund.

Lubeck

Lubeck

Riga

Riga

Tallinn

Tallinn

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia as well as its main port, located on the northern coast of the country, overlooking the Baltic Sea, 80 kilometres south of Helsinki. It is also the country's most populous city and largest economic and commercial centre.

Its medieval old town, an ancient Hanseatic port, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Tallinn was the European Capital of Culture for the year 2011, along with the Finnish city of Turku.

Helsinki

Helsinki

Stockholm

Stockholm

The capital of Sweden is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, a mirage of saffron-coloured and iridescent terracotta buildings amidst the blue of the water and skies that are even bluer than the Swedish summer, or candidly covered with snow and dotted with winter lights. It is also a vibrant, modern city, famous for the production of elegant design, cutting edge fashion and world-class nightclubs.

The old city, Gamla Stan, is a compact little maze that seems to have been built for very small, thin people. The red, orange and vanilla stucco walls of buildings that seem to curve into each other are home to countless souvenir shops and ice cream parlours.

Just south of Gamla Stan there is another island-district, Södermalm, where waterfront hills are adorned with beautiful homes and the main streets are dotted with bohemian shops, art galleries and clubs. On the other side of Gamla Stan is the main centre of the city, a bustling metropolis where boutiques and restaurants liven up the cool Swedish evenings.