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74 nights from Sydney (Australia) with Coral Princess

: Australia, Mauritius, South Africa, Namibia, Cape Verde, Spain, Morocco, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Latvia, Finland, Estonia, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, United Kingdom, France, Iceland, Canada, United States

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Cruise code 6409B
30 Apr 2024
from R 515 119,27
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Sydney

Sydney

Historical Journey

Established as the first British colony in Australia in 1788, Sydney's rich history is a testament to its resilience and diversity. From its origins as a penal colony to becoming a vibrant global city, Sydney offers a unique historical narrative. The Rocks, one of the city's most historic areas, tells stories of Aboriginal heritage, convict life, and early settlement. Exploring Sydney's history provides a profound understanding of Australia's cultural evolution.

Sunny Skies and Pleasant Breezes

Sydney is blessed with a temperate climate, boasting warm summers and mild winters, making it an attractive destination year-round. Its climate encourages an active, outdoor lifestyle, inviting visitors to enjoy its famous beaches, beautiful parks, and scenic walks under the vast, blue Australian sky.

A City of Iconic Attractions

Home to the world-renowned Sydney Opera House and the majestic Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney offers a plethora of unforgettable experiences. Beyond its iconic landmarks, you can discover hidden beaches, lush national parks, and vibrant markets. A ferry ride across Sydney Harbour offers breathtaking views, while a visit to the Taronga Zoo or the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium provides fun for all ages. Sydney is a city that captivates with its natural beauty and cosmopolitan allure.

Culinary Delights Down Under

Sydney's food scene is as diverse as its population, offering an exquisite blend of international cuisines and fresh, local seafood. The city's markets, such as the Sydney Fish Market, are a haven for food enthusiasts, offering some of the freshest produce in the region. Cafés and restaurants dot the waterfront, providing the perfect backdrop for dining al fresco while savoring Australia's famed wines and craft beers.

Embark on a Maritime Adventure

Starting your cruise journey from Sydney not only means departing from one of the world's most beautiful harbors but also having the opportunity to explore the city's wonders before setting sail. Whether you're cruising along the Australian coast or venturing to distant shores, Sydney is the perfect launchpad for your next maritime adventure. With its unparalleled beauty, vibrant culture, and welcoming atmosphere, Sydney invites you to discover the joys of sea travel in a way that only it can offer.

Perth

Perth

A Glimpse into Perth's Past

Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, boasts a vibrant history that dates back thousands of years, with the Noongar people as its original inhabitants. European exploration began in the late 17th century, but it was not until 1829 that Perth was founded as part of the Swan River Colony. Since then, Perth has grown into a bustling, dynamic city that seamlessly blends its rich history with modern innovation. Visitors are invited to explore historic sites such as Fremantle Prison and the Perth Mint to delve into the city's fascinating past.

Sunshine and Blue Skies

Renowned for its sunshine and mild weather, Perth enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters. This idyllic weather pattern allows for year-round exploration and enjoyment of the city's stunning beaches, beautiful parks, and outdoor activities. Whether you're basking in the summer sun at Cottesloe Beach or enjoying a winter walk through Kings Park, Perth's climate is one of its most inviting attributes.

Must-See Attractions

Perth is a treasure trove of attractions, offering everything from scenic natural landscapes to a thriving arts scene. Kings Park, one of the world's largest inner-city parks, provides spectacular views of the city skyline. Meanwhile, Rottnest Island, just a short ferry ride away, is home to the adorable quokka and offers pristine beaches and unique wildlife. The city's cultural precinct, Northbridge, buzzes with art galleries, theaters, and museums, making Perth a dynamic mix of natural beauty and cultural vibrancy.

Flavours of Perth

The culinary scene in Perth is a reflection of its multicultural population, offering an array of dining experiences that range from street food markets to high-end restaurants. Fresh local produce, seafood, and wines from nearby Swan Valley and Margaret River regions highlight menus, providing a taste of Western Australia's bounty. Food festivals and markets, such as the Twilight Hawkers Market, offer the perfect opportunity to sample a variety of dishes and local delicacies.

Embark from the Edge of the World

Starting your cruise from Perth opens up a world of adventure, offering voyages along the stunning western coast of Australia, to the exotic destinations of Asia, and beyond. As a city that combines modern amenities with natural beauty, Perth serves as an ideal starting point for your maritime journey. Explore the city's wonders, then set sail from its world-class ports on a cruise that promises to be as unforgettable as Perth itself.

Port Louis

Port Louis

Cape Town

Cape Town

Cape Town

Cape Town

Walvis Bay

Walvis Bay

Mindelo

Mindelo

Las Palmas

Las Palmas

Tanger

Tanger

Cork

Cork

Zeebrugge

Zeebrugge

Connected to Bruges by 7.5-kilometer canal, Zeebrugge is a seaside resort that looks to the future.

On the sea front, hotels and cafes offer a warm welcome. Zeebrugge is the most important Belgian fishing port. The Zeebrugge wholesale fish market, located in a modern complex in the inner port, is one of the largest and sophisticated of its kind in Europe. Zeebrugge also has an attractive tourist port that can contain a maximun number of 100 ships. Furthermore, its geographical position is very convenient, near the beautiful city of Bruges, the trendy seaside resort of Knokke and the picturesque village of Lissewege.

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.

Warnemünde

Warnemünde

Riga

Riga

Helsinki

Helsinki

Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is a lively port city surrounded by beautiful small islands and beautiful green spaces. The atmosphere here is both relaxing and stimulating thanks to the city's large number of top quality restaurants, bars and discotheques.

Winter temperatures are relatively high due to the latitude, averaging around -5°C in January and February. The average temperature from June to August varies from 19 °C and 21°C.

The Finns have long been admired for their graceful design and typically immaginative architecture. Lots of past and present styles are represented in this metropolis, ranging from the medieval and the neoclassical ones to the beautiful ultra-modern creations. The beauty of the surrounding nature harmoniously blends with the high-tech and the contemorary ways of the city. In this lively city you will find kind people, a welcoming and relaxed lifestyle and beautiful gardens and parks.
Tourism in Helsinki is largely dominated by culture. The city has lots of museums including the National museum (Kansallis Museum), the Museum of Contemporary Art (Kiasma), the Museum of Classic Art
(Ateneum) and the Natural History Museum. Suomenlina is a beautiful island off the coast of Helsinki, its special feature being the presence of ancient fortifications. The landscape is beautiful, the island is quiet and it is perfect for walking (it takes only 2 hours to walk around the island).

Finally, try the Esplanade Park, which has been open since 1812 and has numerous statues honouring poets and writers. The walk is very pleasant and numerous concerts are organised during the summer.

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.

Visby

Visby

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.

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.

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.

Aarhus

Aarhus

Aarhus is a dynamic city on the peninsula of Jutland in Denmark. The beach, the port and the forest can be reached in 15 minutes by bycicle. 315.000 inhabitants live in Aarhus and 1,2 million people live in the metropolitan area of Aarhus Area. Aarhus has been selected ar European Capital of Culture for the year 2017 and is a combination of innovation, media and communications with architecture and design and has a wide variety of cultural institutions. In Aarhus you can find gatherings of highly specialised companies, research and educational structures guided by a desire of collaboration and innovation. Aarhus stands out in renewable energy, food, health and productivity. As it is a university city, the atmosphere is a vibrating mixture of young energy. Welcome to Aarhus.

Kristiansand

Kristiansand

Dover

Dover

History of Dover

Enveloped by the passage of time, Dover stands as a monumental beacon of Britain's heritage. Situated at the closest point to continental Europe, it has served as the gateway to England for centuries. The iconic White Cliffs of Dover, symbolic of hope and freedom, have witnessed the ebb and flow of conquerors, traders, and travelers. Central to its historical narrative is Dover Castle, known as the "Key to England," boasting an extensive history dating back to the Iron Age and later fortified by the Romans and Normans. This town is not just a witness but a storyteller of England's tumultuous history.

Climate in Dover

Dover's climate is characterized by its mildness, a trait particularly appealing to those seeking to escape extreme weather conditions. Summers are pleasantly warm without being oppressively hot, with average temperatures hovering around 20°C (68°F), making it an ideal time for exploring. Winters are moderate, with temperatures rarely falling below freezing. This temperate climate ensures that Dover can be enjoyed year-round, offering a comfortable environment for all its visitors.

Attractions and Places to Visit

Dover is not just a historical gem but also a treasure trove of natural beauty and cultural sites. Beyond the White Cliffs, Dover Castle stands as a formidable reminder of the past, offering breathtaking views and a deep dive into history. The Secret Wartime Tunnels weave beneath the castle, offering an immersive experience into WWII strategies. For nature lovers, the Samphire Hoe Country Park, created from the material dug to build the Channel Tunnel, offers serene walks and stunning vistas. Each site in Dover tells its own unique story, inviting exploration and discovery.

Local Cuisine and Specialty Products

The culinary landscape of Dover is as rich and varied as its history. Known for its fresh seafood, the town boasts dishes like Dover sole, celebrated worldwide for its delicate taste. Local pubs and restaurants also offer traditional English fare, from hearty stews to the classic fish and chips, often with a contemporary twist. Regional produce, like Kentish apples and artisanal cheeses, add to the gastronomic experience, making Dover a must-visit for food enthusiasts.

Concluding Remarks: Embark on a Cruise from Dover

Embarking on a cruise from Dover is not just a journey; it's an adventure steeped in history, natural beauty, and culinary delights. This port, renowned for its strategic importance and breathtaking views, serves as the perfect gateway to exploring the British Isles and beyond. With its convenient location, temperate climate, and rich cultural tapestry, Dover invites cruisers to begin their voyage in a city that promises an unforgettable experience. Whether you're drawn by the call of history, the allure of gastronomy, or the simple joy of scenic landscapes, Dover is a destination that transcends expectations, making it an ideal starting point for your next cruise adventure.

Le Havre

Le Havre

Le Havre is worth a visit, not only as a stopover on the way to Paris or other inland destinations, but also as one of the great examples of post-war planning. It is a strange and strangely fascinating city, listed by
Unesco as a World Heritage Site.
Wandering through the streets of the seaside town of Le Havre, one might think one had stumbled upon a forgotten outpost of the Eastern Bloc. Obliterated by World War II bombings, the city was completely rebuilt by the Belgian architect Auguste Perret and, what emerged from the ashes of old Le Havre, is a kind of love letter to concrete: endless rows of blocks of buildings, straight avenues stretching out from the central square, dominated by the 100 m high 'Stalinist Baroque' style cathedral, looks like something straight out of the pages of '1984'.

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a fantastic stop with a wide variety of things to do and see. Excursions include castles, distilleries, national parks and excellent restaurants.

Edinburgh (Gaelic: Dùn Èideann;) is the capital of Scotland, located in the central region of the country. It manages to combine ancient and modern in a uniquely Scottish atmosphere. Inspired by the imposing castle, the symbol of the city, Edinburgh combines medieval relics, Georgian splendour and a powerful layer of modernity with avant-garde contemporary art.

In Edinburgh, medieval buildings stand shoulder to shoulder with the best of modern architecture; Gothic churches with fantastic museums and galleries. Scotland's exciting nightlife in Edinburgh, 'the Athens of the North', is also a feast for the mind and the senses.

 

Akureyri

Akureyri

Isafjordur

Isafjordur

Reykjavik

Reykjavik

The gateway to Iceland, a land of incredible natural wonders, ranging from huge glaciers to thermal pools and geysers.

Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, is small in size but boasts a vast historical and cultural heritage. Founded thousands of years ago by Nordic settlers, this destination showcases a breathtaking coastline with scenic peninsulas, straits and picturesque islands. Known for its natural beauty and small-town charm, Reykjavik is also known to attract travellers as 'the nightlife capital of the North' for its vibrant and social atmosphere. The island's landscape seems to be in a constant process of transformation like its society, combining Nordic tradition with sophisticated technology.

Sydney

Sydney

Halifax

Halifax

The History of Halifax

Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, Canada, boasts a rich tapestry of history that dates back to its founding in 1749. Known for its strategic location on one of the world's largest natural harbors, Halifax has played a pivotal role in maritime history, including during times of war and peace. Walking through the streets of Halifax, visitors can feel the echoes of the past, from the historic properties of the waterfront to the star-shaped Citadel National Historic Site, which offers a panoramic view of the city.

Climate in Halifax

The climate in Halifax is maritime and temperate, characterized by mild winters and cool summers, making it a comfortable destination year-round. The best times to visit are during the spring and fall when the city bursts into colors, and the weather is perfect for outdoor activities and exploring the scenic beauty of the region.

Attractions and Places to Visit

Halifax is home to a variety of attractions that cater to all interests. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic provides insights into the city's seafaring history, including exhibits on the Titanic and the Halifax Explosion of 1917. For nature lovers, the Halifax Public Gardens offer a tranquil escape with Victorian-era gardens, while Peggy's Cove, just a short drive away, presents a picturesque coastal landscape with its iconic lighthouse.

Local Cuisine and Typical Products

The culinary scene in Halifax is a reflection of its coastal environment, offering an abundance of seafood dishes like lobster, scallops, and mussels. The Halifax donair, a local twist on the traditional doner kebab, has become a must-try for visitors. Pair these dishes with a craft beer from one of the city's many breweries for a truly Nova Scotian dining experience.

Conclusion: Embark on a Memorable Journey

Starting your adventure with a cruise from Halifax not only allows you to explore this historic and vibrant city but also sets the stage for a journey through the stunning landscapes and seascapes of Eastern Canada. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or gastronomy, Halifax offers a unique departure point for an unforgettable cruise experience that will leave you with lasting memories.

Bar Harbor

Bar Harbor

Boston

Boston

The Historic Heart of Boston

Boston, one of the United States' oldest cities, is a treasure trove of American history. Founded in 1630, it played a pivotal role in the American Revolution, evident in landmarks like the Freedom Trail—a 2.5-mile journey through historic sites that tell the story of the nation's founding. From the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to the iconic grounds of Harvard University, Boston's rich past is intertwined with the American spirit of freedom and innovation, making it a must-visit for history enthusiasts.

Experiencing Boston's Distinctive Climate

Boston's climate offers a distinct experience of all four seasons. Spring blossoms in the Public Garden are a sight to behold, while summer brings warm, pleasant weather, perfect for exploring the city's waterfront and outdoor attractions. Fall in Boston is famously beautiful, with vibrant foliage transforming the city into a palette of fiery hues. Winters are cold and snowy, offering a picturesque, if brisk, landscape. This variety allows visitors to enjoy a different facet of Boston's charm, no matter when they visit.

Must-Visit Attractions in Boston

Boston's attractions are as diverse as its history is long. The Boston Common and Public Garden provide serene green spaces in the heart of the city. The Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum cater to art lovers, while Fenway Park offers a pilgrimage site for baseball fans. The historic North End neighborhood, with its winding streets and authentic Italian cuisine, showcases Boston's cultural diversity. These attractions make the city a fascinating destination for travelers and cruisers seeking a rich, immersive experience.

A Taste of Boston's Culinary Scene

Boston's culinary scene is a blend of traditional New England fare and contemporary cuisine. Seafood lovers can indulge in fresh lobster, clam chowder, and oysters, reflecting the city's coastal heritage. The North End, known as Boston's Little Italy, offers authentic Italian dishes, while innovative chefs throughout the city push the boundaries of culinary arts. From food trucks to fine dining, Boston's food landscape is a testament to its cultural melting pot.

Embarking on a Cruise from Boston

For those eager to explore the seas, Boston's port is a gateway to a variety of cruise destinations, including the picturesque New England coast, the rugged beauty of Atlantic Canada, and the historic cities of Europe. Embarking on a cruise from Boston not only offers a convenient starting point but also the chance to extend your stay in this historic city, blending the experience of America's rich history with the adventure of the open sea. With its combination of historic sites, cultural attractions, and culinary delights, Boston is an ideal embarkation point for a memorable cruise journey.

New York

New York

New York is an incredibly diverse and active place, which consists of an intricate mosaic of neighbourhoods, each has its own character and history, yet they merge together seamlessly.

New York is an urban island full of unparalleled art and architecture, lively ethnic neighbourhoods, thousands of shops and some of the best restaurants in the world. The main attractions are grouped in Midtown Manhattan, not far from the cruise port.

Drift down the Hudson River and discover unforgettable attractions, such as the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. In the city that never sleeps there is no end of things to do, from the lights of Broadway and Times Square to world-class museums, shopping and a plethora of places to eat.