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Your Holiday Itinerary
Days 1 - 2 Amsterdam Hotel Stay
Day 3 Amsterdam - Embark Norwegian Pearl Embark ship
Day 4 At Sea
Day 5 Newhaven
Day 6 Invergordon
Day 7 Haugesund
Day 8 Flam
Day 9 Hellesylt
Day 10 Geiranger
Day 11 Belfast
Day 12 Dublin
Day 13 At Sea
Day 14 Le Havre (Paris)
Day 15 Tilbury (London)
Day 16 Brussels
Day 17 Amsterdam - Disembark Norwegian Pearl and Venice Hotel stay
Day 18 Venice - Embark Norwegian Star
Day 19 Kotor
Day 20 Corfu
Day 21 Santorini
Day 22 Mykonos
Day 23 Argostoli
Day 24 Dubrovnik
Day 25 Venice - Disembark Norwegian Star Disembark ship
Amsterdam - Hotel Stay
The Dutch city of Amsterdam is known for its picturesque canal system, colourful tulips, 17th-century architecture and cosy cafés. Along with its historic facades you’ll discover the fascinating Rijksmuseum, a stone’s throw from the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House. Take a pedalo along the serene waters, pop into the Heineken Museum for a cool lager or hire a bike for the day and explore the windmills placed along picturesque countryside.
Amsterdam - Embark Norwegian Pearl
The Norwegian Pearl is the ideal cruise ship on which to enjoy a wonderfully easy-going holiday in sensational surroundings. With a fantastic range of family-friendly entertainment and recreational facilities, as well as an amazing array of dining options, this really is a ship that spoils guests for choice.
Discover the neat innovations on board like the superb neon-lit bowling alley and a huge, two-storey LED screen featuring regular gaming tournaments – just to add even more to your cruise experience. All of which makes her perfect for first-time passengers, as well as returning cruise guests, who want to enjoy the informality of a do-as-you-please cruise.
Explore the trendy bars in the Georgian-designed New Town and the ‘haunted’ vaults in the Old Town; hike to craggy hills that offer beautiful views across the city; visit the many national galleries and museums; and seek out restaurants and cafes to sample rich and hearty Scottish fare, such as smoked salmon, haggis and tatties, shortbread and sweet Scottish tablet.
This small and friendly village is surrounded by the beautiful Highlands of Scotland, perfect for active pursuits including hill walking, mountain biking and nature spotting. From here you can visit Cawdor Castle, steeped in history and intrigue, Loch Ness where you could take a boat trip to spot its famous monster or sample a ‘wee dram’ at the Glenmorangie Distillery where they have been producing malt whiskey for over 150 years
Haugesund is the home of the Vikings. It was here that their kings lived and it’s easy to see why as this city really does combine the best that Norway has to offer. Soaring peaks, glaciers, fjords, waterfalls – the scenery here is truly stunning and offers plenty of activities to appreciate its beauty, including spectacular hiking opportunities. As well as Viking culture, there’s plenty of contemporary culture on offer, with comedy, film and music festivals.
When you arrive in Flam, it seems there's nowhere to look but up. The town is lovely; the countryside is creased by rivers and waterfalls, and mantled in meadows. Take a ride on the legendary Flam Railway with its twenty tunnels and its 2,700+ feet elevation gain; see the magnificent Stalheim & Tvinde waterfalls, or try kayaking on Aurlandsfjord.
This small pretty village is home to a hugely impressive waterfall called the Hellesyltflossen, where water cascades down the granite and heads towards the sea. The waterfall is particularly spectacular during the spring thaw. If you’re feeling energetic, you can climb the hill for stunning views across the village and fjords.
Geirangerfjord is known as the real jewel of the Norwegian fjords. With its high waterfalls and abandoned mountain farms, the fjord landscape is included on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites. Don’t miss the waterfalls Dei Sju Systre, Friaren og Brudesløret (the Seven Sisters, the Suitor and the Bridal Veil) - this is landscape at its wildest and most beautiful.
Belfast (Great Britain)
Cruising to Northern Ireland, you’ll arrive in Belfast, gateway to the astounding Giant’s Causeway. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this magnificent geological formation is surrounded by myth and legend. The birthplace of the tragic RMS Titanic, the city is also steeped in maritime history.
The cosmopolitan city is brimming with beautiful spots to visit, which is easy to explore on foot thanks to the Dublin Discovery Trails that weave around the city. Stroll along charming George’s Street for a spot of shopping, gaze upwards in wonder at the General Post Office or explore the lush St Stephen’s Green.
A day at sea gives you the opportunity to explore all the facilities on board, enjoy some me time at the Mandara Spa with a choice of over 50 soothing and rejuvenating treatments, give your taste buds a treat at the Lotus Garden, an Asian Fusion dining venue with freshly prepared and authentic dishes. Later, join the party at the Bliss Ultra Lounge, the liveliest nightspot on board that features a four-lane bowling alley.
Le Havre (Paris)
Your next stop is Le Havre, the gateway to Paris. Travel by train to the city of light and love. Walk among the gardens of the Champs du Mars and travel up the Eiffel Tower or stroll along the Champs Elysees.
London is one of the most visited cities in the world, and for good reason. Home to famous landmarks such as Big Ben and the Tower of London, the skyline is about as iconic as they come. Watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace or see the ancient sculptures and Egyptian mummies at the British Museum; England’s capital is bursting with history.
Your next destination is Brussels, capital of Belgium and the European Union and multicultural to its core. Here the buildings are as varied as its population, with Art Nouveau palaces, glittering glass tower blocks and 19th century mansions clustered around a medieval centre. Don’t miss a chance to try the delicious Belgian chocolate on your three night stay, or a walk around the spectacular Grand Place.
Amsterdam - Disembark Norwegian Pearl and Venice Hotel Stay
Today you’ll arrive back in Amsterdam and disembark Norwegian Pearl to fly to Venice for a one night hotel stay. Discover secret passageways, dramatic Gothic architecture and the famous Venetian cuisine; all of which contribute to the beauty and intrigue of this enchanting city. Defying both logic and architectural techniques, the city stands as beautiful as ever, an incredibly well-preserved network of waterways and grand palazzi. Take a trip on a gondola, an iconic experience and undisputed romantic symbol of this timeless city.
Venice - Embark Norwegian Star
Norwegian Star’s range of ultra-modern facilities and entertainment makes her the perfect choice for families, while couples seeking a romantic and peaceful time at sea will also find plenty of serene spaces in which to unwind and take it easy. The easy-going pace on-board means choose to eat and drink in any of the on-board restaurants and cafés as and when you care to do so.
Kotor is located along one of Montenegro's most beautiful bays. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor a must-visit destination. Here you’ll find imposing mountains, shrouded by mist, overlooking near-endless museums, churches and charming squares – the perfect place to sit back and relax.
The blue waters of Corfu await. Museums and a strong cultural pride betray this beautiful island’s history as an early seat of European learning. Away from the resorts, you’ll find mountains carpeted with woodland, where towering Cyprus trees stand guard over inviting trails.
With gorgeous hilltop villages, stunning sunsets, iconic blue-domed churches and volcanic beaches decorated with black, red or white sand, Santorini is one of the most beautiful destinations on earth. Take the winding coastal paths past fascinating rock formations, through tiny villages, stopping at a restaurant to linger over the famous Greek cuisine.
Mykonos is a picture perfect island filled with whitewashed steps and square houses, with attractive blue doors. Take a walk along the waterfront, where fishing boats cast their reflections upon the bright blue waters, or stroll around the narrow marble-clad streets lined with quirky shops.
There’s beaches galore to explore around the town of Argostoli, the largest town in Kefalonia. During your time here you can wander the pretty waterfront, or head just outside the tiny city to swim in crystal-clear Ionian waters and laze on soft sands. In the north, Fiskardo offers a perfect example of a Greek fishing village, while the centre of the island is dappled with hills and pine forests.
Explore the marble streets and city walls of ancient, red-roofed Dubrovnik, where the old city is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Follow winding alleys to admire its baroque architecture and discover welcoming café where you can sit outside and enjoy the views. Take a dip in the glittering Adriatic Sea, explore fascinating museums and galleries and walk the atmospheric city walls.
Venice - Disembark Norwegian Star
Arriving back in Venice, you’ll disembark for your flight home.
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