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Europe

Cruise Date:

15 Nov 2019 (7 nights)

Cruise Line:

P&O Cruises

Cruise Ship:

Aurora

Cruise Type:

Cruise Only

Highlights:

Extra On-board Spending Money (outside cabins & above booked on the Select Fare)

0800 023 1273 0203 371 7641
Cruise reference: 

CIR-7HTVJT

Inside

£574.28

Outside

£681.53

Balcony

£827.78

Suite

£1237.28

From: £574 pp

 

Book an outside cabin or above on the 'Select Fare' for Extra On-board Spending Money

Extra on-board spending money in addition to 'Select Price' choice of Spending Money, Free Car Parking or Return Coach Travel

Select Price Benefits: Choice of cabin number & location | Complimentary shuttle buses | First priority for dining time & table size | Flexibility to change booking

*Offer not combinable with Inside Cabins/Early Saver/Saver Fare - these may display as the best priced, to compare promotions call us on 0800 023 1273 

 

  Date Port Arrival Departure  
15 Nov 2019 Southampton, United Kingdom    
Southampton's history stretches right back to the Roman occupation of Britain 1500 years ago. It has been a Royal city for well over 1000 years - from Alfred the Greats father, King Ethelwulf in 840AD, right up to our present Queen Elizabeth. Southampton Castle was built in the 12th century and by the 13th century Southampton had already become a leading port. The Mayflower, the Titanic and the Allied Invasion all left from the quays here. Consequently there is an excellent Maritime Museum here.
16 Nov 2019 At Sea  
17 Nov 2019 Rotterdam   00:00 - 09:00
The largest port in Europe, it's well worth taking a boat tour of Rotterdam's bustling harbour. The city also boasts avant-garde architecture, museums and an excellent zoo, as well as easy access to Amsterdam and The Hague.
18 Nov 2019 Rotterdam   15:00 - 18:00
The largest port in Europe, it's well worth taking a boat tour of Rotterdam's bustling harbour. The city also boasts avant-garde architecture, museums and an excellent zoo, as well as easy access to Amsterdam and The Hague.
19 Nov 2019 Zeebrugge (Bruges), Belgium   00:00 - 09:00 18:00 - 21:00
Bruges in northwestern Belgium is one of northern Europe's most picturesque old cities. Start with its main squares - The Markt is dominated by the 260ft 14th century Belfry (climb for panoramic views) and gabled merchants' houses while The Burg is surrounded by the Gothic Town Hall (1376-1420), ornate 13th century guild halls, cobbled streets and peaceful canals. Shop for Bruges lace and Belgian chocolates and check out the many tempting restaurants and cafes.
20 Nov 2019 At Sea  
21 Nov 2019 Cherbourg, France   00:00 - 09:00 18:00 - 21:00
Cherbourg is built on the probable site of the Roman camp of Coriallum. During World War II the city was occupied by the Germans in 1940, and it suffered heavy damage while being recaptured by the Allies in 1944. From here it is possible to visit Arromaches, the Normandy Beaches and Mont St Michel.
22 Nov 2019 Southampton, United Kingdom    
Southampton's history stretches right back to the Roman occupation of Britain 1500 years ago. It has been a Royal city for well over 1000 years - from Alfred the Greats father, King Ethelwulf in 840AD, right up to our present Queen Elizabeth. Southampton Castle was built in the 12th century and by the 13th century Southampton had already become a leading port. The Mayflower, the Titanic and the Allied Invasion all left from the quays here. Consequently there is an excellent Maritime Museum here.

Itinerary details may be subject to change.