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Europe

Cruise Date:

8 Dec 2019 (11 nights)

Cruise Line:

P&O Cruises

Cruise Ship:

Arcadia

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-7RGWV6

Inside

£678.03

Outside

£775.03

Balcony

£969.03

Suite

£1260.03

From: £678 pp

 

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

Book before the 3rd of December 2018 for extra on-board spend 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  
8 Dec 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.
9 Dec 2019 At Sea  
10 Dec 2019 At Sea  
11 Dec 2019 Lisbon, Portugal   00:00 - 09:00 21:00 - 00:00
There's a buzz about Lisbon these days. The Portuguese capital has always offered traditional charm and a wonderful setting; now modern style and vibrant nightlife have been added into the mix, creating a feel-good place to visit.
12 Dec 2019 At Sea  
13 Dec 2019 Cadiz, Spain   00:00 - 09:00 18:00 - 21:00
Cádiz stands on a peninsula jutting out into a bay on Spain's southwestern coast, and is almost entirely surrounded by water. It is an intriguing and historic seaport from which Spain's galleons once sailed in quest of New World treasure. It is characterised by palm trees, look-out towers and weathered old buildings. Some of the city's 18th century walls still stand, such as the Landward Gate. The old, central quarter of Cádiz is famous for its picturesque charm, and many of the buildings reflect the city's overseas links.
14 Dec 2019 Malaga   00:00 - 09:00 18:00 - 21:00
Soak up the Spanish way of life in lively Malaga, your way into the holiday atmosphere of the Costa del Sol. Visit the Picasso Museum and watch the world go by in cafes and restaurants, then explore the cathedral and the Gibralfaro Castle.
15 Dec 2019 Cartagena, Spain   00:00 - 09:00 15:00 - 18:00
Today Spain's major commercial port and naval base, Cartagena lies on the coast of Murcia, its great indented bay guarded by rocky promontories, each topped by a fort. The city contains the remains of old walls, a castle constructed probably in Carthaginian times, and a church that was formerly a 13th-century cathedral. Attractive promenades extend along the harbour, while to the northeast is the famous beach and watersports resort area of the Mar Menor.
16 Dec 2019 Gibraltar   00:00 - 09:00 12:00 - 15:00
The tiny rocky island of Gibraltar has an unusual history. An odd blend of British and Spanish, its rocky caves, winding tunnels and unique wildlife lie right on the edge of Africa. Meet the Barbary Apes and see St Michael's Cave and the Moorish Castle.
17 Dec 2019 At Sea  
18 Dec 2019 At Sea  
19 Dec 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.


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