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Day 1: amsterdam, netherlands.

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Often called the gateway to Europe, the port city of Rotterdam is full of old-world charm. The harbor offers amazing views and a maze of wharves and canals, along with towering spires make for a beautiful sight. Take a stroll and duck into one of the pubs or eateries along the way. Only three pre World War II buildings in the city centre have survived and are worth a look – city hall, St. Laurence church and the White House. Explore the Museum Boymans van Beuningen, which houses a unique collection dating from the 14th century, or the Museum Voor Volkenkunde – home to ethnological exhibits. Exquisite architecture can be seen in many areas of Rotterdam, most notably in the Delfshaven quarter of the city – where 18th century houses are on display. For a laugh, check out Kijk-Kubus, an upside-down house.

The Molde area is rich in scenic attractions, including the Trollstigen Mountain Road, the Atlantic Road, and the 222 mountain peaks of Molde Panorama that offer exceptional vistas for photographers to capture. Go for a hike, explore the local caves, or stay in town and enjoy the excellent shopping and dining that Molde has to offer.

Geiranger is a picturesque fjord town nestled in a crook of winding, namesake Geirangerfjord. Nearby, the Seven Sisters Waterfall takes a 5,000-foot plunge.

Beautiful Bergen, Norway’s second-largest city, is one of the most popular ports of call on a cruise up the fjords. Step off the ship into the medieval Bryggen wharf area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, where small boats line the harbor and wooden gabled buildings stand proud along the waterfront. Bergen’s rich maritime tradition goes back nearly 1,000 years, including the years the town played an important part in the Hanseatic League, the trading empire that dominated maritime commerce in the region between the 14th and 18th centuries. The city is one of Europe’s oldest settlements, and its cobblestone streets and narrow alleyways lead to emerald-green parks, medieval cathedrals and stone fortresses that kept enemies at bay centuries ago. It’s also eminently walkable, with historic buildings and excellent markets selling everything from fish and produce to trinkets and souvenirs. Surrounded by mountains and thick forest, and sitting halfway between Geiranger to the north and Stavanger to the south, Bergen offers plenty to do outside the city too. Whether you sign up for a guided excursion or venture out on your own, you’ll be sure to fall in love with Bergen.

Your jumping-off point for the highlights of Edinburgh, including historic Edinburgh Castle, housing the Scottish crown jewels and the palace that was once home to Mary Queen of Scots.

The skirl of Highland bagpipes calls you ashore. Go in search of your clan tartan, and “Nessie,” the spurious monster often sighted in Loch Ness.

Inhabited for more than 6,000 years, the Isle of Lewis has a rich history and rugged beauty. Explore the islands varied scenery from fjord-like lochs and dramatic sea-cliffs to barren peat moors and romantic heather covered uplands; marvel at the mysterious Standing Stones at Callanish, the most remarkable piece of antiquity in the Western Isles; and shop for famous Harris Tweed, hand-woven and uniquely dyed using indigenous plants.

The largest town on Skye – located in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland – this port’s harbor is fringed by steep cliffs and the town’s Gaelic heritage in evident in the local attractions. Harry Potter fans will recognize that the town is home to the fictional Pride of Portree. Everything is a short stroll away within Portree, and nearby Glasgow provides further opportunities for exploration. The mountainous Isle of Skye provides breathtaking vistas from nearly every destination. Play a round of golf in nearby Sconser or go pony trekking at Skeabost. Skye is also the ideal place for fishing and bird watching. Sample the local whisky at Talisker Distillery in Carbost or simply find a quiet spot to admire the views.

Belfast has emerged from decades of conflict to become one of Ireland’s most intriguing cities. In the 19th century, its location on the banks of the River Lagan made it an industrial center for ropemaking, shipbuilding, tobacco and textiles. And this legacy shaped much of its architecture: Grand Edwardian and Victorian municipal buildings and warehouses are found throughout the city alongside telltale scars of its more recent past. While the legacy of Belfast’s complex conflict known as The Troubles still looms, there are many other sides of Northern Ireland’s capital to explore, from the quaint streets of the Cathedral Quarter to the newly regenerated Titanic Quarter, where the ill-fated RMS Titanic was constructed. Belfast is also gathering momentum as an up-and-coming gourmet destination, with a new generation of chefs producing food to get excited about. Beyond the city limits, County Down and neighboring County Antrim have a wealth of things to see and do. Any lingering negative preconceptions will evaporate after a short time in this fascinating and welcoming city.

Dublin works its magic on you slowly. Founded by the Vikings on the banks of the River Liffey in the 9th century, the city occupies one of the loveliest natural settings of any European capital. Its architecture is a jumble of different periods, including the medieval cobblestone streets of Temple Bar, the elegant terraces and leafy squares of the Georgian period and the modern architecture of the revitalized Docklands district. Dublin’s compact heart is divided by the languorous flow of the Liffey before it enters the wide expanse of Dublin Bay. Both gritty and gracious, the city streets inspired some of the most celebrated writers of the 19th and 20th centuries, acknowledged by its status as a UNESCO World City of Literature. But while its heritage is undeniably a major draw for visitors, these days Dublin is vibrant with thriving technology firms and a young population eager to make their mark. It might arrive via an impromptu chat with a local or a quiet pint of Guinness in a historic pub, but by the time you leave, Dublin will have charmed you.

The city that launched the Beatles, Liverpool is still a hardworking docks town, offering a lively pub scene and a branch of London’s Tate Gallery. Sample shore excursions: The Beatles; The Roman City of Chester.

Wander through the ancient town center built around St. Cybi’s Church, which is built inside one of Europe’s only three-walled Roman forts (the fourth wall being the sea, which used to come up to the fort). Explore the Ucheldre Arts Centre, then relax with a pint or cup of tea at one of Holyhead’s charming pubs.

Corkonians are fiercely proud of their hometown, so much so that it’s jokingly referred to as the People’s Republic of Cork. And there is a lot to love about Ireland’s second city. Hugging the banks of the River Lee, it takes its name from corcaigh, the Gaelic word for “marshy.” With its origins in the 7th century, Cork enjoyed a flourishing period as a merchant center in the 18th and 19th centuries, with grand buildings like the elegant Cork City Hall bearing testimony to this status. On the north bank of the River Lee is the quaint neighborhood of Shandon with its landmark clock tower of St. Anne’s Church. The city’s heart is set on an island sandwiched between two channels of the Lee that open out into one of Europe’s largest natural harbors at Cobh. Cobh brought the city prosperity (and also happened to be the final port of call for the ill-fated RMS Titanic). And it was from Cobh that over 2.5 million immigrants caught their final glimpse of their home country as they departed in search of a better life in the United States between 1848 and 1950. There’s a more modern side to Cork, with a thriving university quarter, pubs, bars and restaurants. Whatever your interests, you will find a side of Cork to love too.

From this busy port city tour to canal-laced Brugge; Brussels, home of the European Union; and Ghent, mecca for chocolate lovers. Sample shore excursion: Antwerp, City of Diamonds.

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Welcome to Dublin

Explore the Celtic heritage and hospitality of Ireland and Scotland on this grand adventure through beautiful landscapes and enchanting cities. Our first day sees us delve into the whimsy of the Irish capital, before joining our fellow travelers and Travel Director for a Welcome Reception.

Discover Diverse Dublin

Drive through the streets of Dublin, joining your Local Specialist for a sightseeing tour past the stately Georgian Squares and St. Patrick's Cathedral, the tallest church in Ireland. Enjoy a leisurely day exploring the city. Stop for a pint of 'the Black Stuff' in Temple Bar, admire the colorful performers on Grafton Street or consider joining an Optional Experience this evening to tap your feet to the lively sounds of Irish music at an Irish cabaret.

Journey to Waterford Dive Into Culture

Dive Into Culture and gain insights into Ireland’s strong tradition of breeding world-class thoroughbreds at the Irish National Stud in Kildare. Enjoy a guided walk admiring the powerful steeds that have made racing history and stroll around the tranquil Japanese gardens. We travel to the House of Waterford Crystal this afternoon and Dive Into Culture yet again to witness this delicate craft, watching talented master crafters at work in their workshop.

Onwards to Blarney and Killarney Connect with Locals

Bend over backwards and kiss the Blarney Stone and acquire the 'gift of the gab' before crossing the Kerry Mountains to County Kerry. We journey to 1930s Ireland this evening for an unforgettable experience, visiting the working farms of Muckross, where we'll learn about traditional farming and meet the families who ply the land. Your visit will help to preserve the heritage of rural Ireland and you’ll Connect With Locals, savoring delicious local flavors during your Be My Guest visit to the Quilles Farmhouse against the scenic backdrop of the lakes of Killarney.

A Day on the Ring of Kerry

The astounding beauty of the Iveragh Peninsula accompanies us on this soul-stirring coastal journey around the Ring of Kerry – a dramatic landscape of mountains, loughs and lakes which have inspired writers and poets for centuries. See Daniel O'Connell's Cahirciveen, the fishing village of Waterville, the Black Valley and Moll's Gap with the Macgillycuddy's Reeks peaks in the distance.

Continue to Galway and Ballina

Drive to Adare, one of Ireland's prettiest villages, known for its thatched cottages. The imposing stone cathedral, built on the site of an old prison and Eyre Square on our next stop in Galway, where we'll enjoy some free time to explore the city before continuing our journey northward. This evening we dine in our hotel.

Off to Donegal and on to Londonderry

Head north to Donegal with its 'Diamond' center before joining a Local Specialist in Londonderry to stroll along its 17th-century walls. See the neighborhood of the Bogside, known for its murals that depict events of the 'Troubles' like the Battle of the Bogside, which sparked the conflict.

Admire the Giant’s Causeway and on to Belfast Make Travel Matter Dive Into Culture

Tread in the footsteps of Finn McCool and along the other-worldly Giant's Causeway 'steps' that descend into the sea during your MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience. Your visit will help to conserve this iconic landmark. We arrive in Belfast later and visit the Titanic Belfast Experience where we’ll Dive Into Culture and gain insights into the tragic story of the famous ship that met its end in the Atlantic. The rest of the evening is yours to enjoy the vibrant nightlife of the capital of Northern Ireland.

Cross the Irish Sea to Glasgow

Join your Local Specialist in Belfast this morning for an included city tour which will take you to Queen's University and the Baroque Revival-style City Hall. We board our ferry in Belfast and cross to Cairnryan in Scotland, driving through the Ayrshire countryside bound for Glasgow, our home for the next two nights.

Discover Glasgow’s Rich Legacy Dive Into Culture

Delve into Scotland’s intriguing cultural capital and stroll through the town to admire views of George Square and the River Clyde, once the heart of Scotland's shipbuilding industry. We head to a whisky distillery next where we’ll Dive Into Culture and learn how to make Scotland's favorite honey-colored drink with a chance to sample a wee dram. We then have some free time to explore the city.

Continue Over the Sea to Skye

Journey along the famous bonnie banks of Loch Lomond to the tragic site of the 1692 massacre of the MacDonalds at the 'Glen of Weeping'. Continue to Fort William at the foot of Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis. Then, cross to the Isle of Skye, where we'll spend this evening dining in our hotel.

Venture to Loch Ness and Culloden in the Scottish Highlands

We leave the rugged beauty of Skye behind and venture to the site where three lochs meet. View Eilean Donan Castle before traveling along the banks of Loch Ness in search of the elusive monster that bears its name. The bloody battlefield of Culloden is our next stop, where we spend a poignant moment reflecting on the many men who lost their lives in the brief but brutal battle between the Redcoats and Bonnie Prince Charlie's Jacobites. This evening we spend the evening dining at our hotel in the Scottish Highlands.

Journey to Enchanting Edinburgh

Traversing the dramatic landscapes of the Scottish Highlands, we pass Pitlochry before arriving in St. Andrews to see its famous golf course on which golfing greats have clamoured to play for centuries. We cross the scenic Firth of Forth to enchanting Edinburgh, our home for the next two nights. Tickets to see the spectacular Edinburgh Tattoo are included on departures that coincide with performance dates.

Uncover Edinburgh’s Treasures

Join your Local Specialist for a guided sightseeing tour which includes a visit to Edinburgh Castle, surveying the city from the imposing Castle Rock. See the Royal Mile, the elegant Palace of Holyrood in the shadow of Arthur's Seat and the new Scottish Parliament building. As our memorable holiday comes to an end, we join our Travel Director and fellow travelers for a Farewell Dinner to reminisce over shared experiences.

Farewell Edinburgh

For now it’s time to say a fond farewell to Scotland and our newfound friends, after our unforgettable Celtic sojourn.


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  • Luxury air-conditioned coach with Wi-Fi in most countries or alternative transportation (such as rail journeys)
  • Ferry from Northern Ireland to Scotland
  • Optional Experiences and free time
  • On occasion, hotels of similar standard and location may be utilized.

Dining Summary

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  • 14 Breakfast (B)

Be My Guest

  • Killarney: It's 1930s Ireland revisited. Visit the working farms of Muckross taking you back to a time of traditional farming. Learn how to churn butter and dine in the Quilles Farmhouse against the scenic backdrop of the lakes of Killarney.

Dive Into Culture

  • Kildare: Admire Ireland's finest thoroughbreds at the Irish National Stud Farm.
  • Waterford: Learn how crystal is crafted at the House of Waterford Crystal during a workshop tour.
  • Belfast: Discover the full story of the Titanic at the Titanic Belfast visitor attraction and monument in Belfast.
  • Pitlochry: Warm your heart with a little Scottish whisky at a traditional distillery in the Scottish Highlands.

Iconic Experience

  • Dublin: A Local Specialist will show you Dublin's elegant Georgian squares, O'Connell Street and the Custom House.
  • Blarney: It is said that those who kiss the Blarney Stone are bestowed with the power to persuade, flatter and coax. But to do so, you must dangle from the ramparts! Visit Blarney Castle and see the famous Stone of Eloquence.
  • Adare: Experience a village walk through the main street lined with thatched cottages.
  • Galway: Explore the historic heart of Galway. See landmarks such as the Spanish Arch and the cathedral, or perhaps admire the distinctive Claddagh rings.
  • Donegal: Stop in Donegal and see The Diamond, a hub for music and cultural gatherings in the town.
  • Londonderry: With a Local Specialist explore inside the city walls. See the Gothic Guildhall and the Georgian houses of Shipquay Street.
  • Belfast: Join a Local Specialist to hear about the history of the city and learn of its progress and current prosperity. See the murals in different locations indicating the political sentiments of local residents.
  • Fort William: Near the foothills of Ben Nevis, stop in Fort William for a stroll along the charming High Street.
  • Eilean Donan: Stop for a photo of this gorgeous castle.
  • Inverness: At the exciting Culloden Visitor Center, discover why the Battle of Culloden lasted only an hour yet changed the Highland way of life forever.
  • Scottish Highlands: Admire picturesque lochs and glens as you travel through the Scottish Highlands.
  • St. Andrews: Visit the university town where the famous beach scene from 'Chariots of Fire' was filmed and see the golf course where the sport was created.
  • Edinburgh: Explore the city with your Local Specialist as you travel along Princes Street to see the Scott Memorial, the neoclassical Adam facades of New Town and the official Scottish residence of the King, Palace of Holyroodhouse.


  • Bushmills: In Northern Ireland you'll discover the legend of the Giant's Causeway as you explore with an expert, who'll explain how your visit helps conserve this iconic natural landmark.

Must-see Highlights

  • : Explore Dublin, Londonderry, Belfast and Edinburgh with a Local Specialist
  • : Discover Waterford, Adare, Galway and Glasgow
  • : Visit the Irish National Stud in Kildare, the Waterford Crystal Showroom, Blarney Castle, Giant's Causeway, Titanic Experience in Belfast, a whisky distillery and Edinburgh Castle
  • : View Eilean Donan Castle, the battlefield of Culloden and the 18th green at St. Andrews
  • : See St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Galway Cathedral and Loch Lomond
  • : Scenic Drive of the Ring of Kerry
  • : Tickets for the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo are included on departures that coincide with performance dates
  • Glencoe: Drive through this Highland village on Loch Leven.

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A Journey Through Ireland and Scotland: Exploring History, Culture, and Beauty

Nestled in the heart of Europe, Ireland and Scotland stand as timeless guardians of rich history, enchanting folklore, and breathtaking landscapes. Embarking on a tour of these Celtic lands is akin to stepping into a living tapestry woven with threads of ancient myths, medieval castles, and verdant hills. From the lively streets of Dublin to the misty glens of the Scottish Highlands, each corner unveils a new chapter in the story of these remarkable nations.

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History and Culture

To understand Ireland and Scotland is to delve into a saga of resilience, artistic brilliance, and cultural heritage. Both countries boast a lineage steeped in Celtic traditions, evidenced by their languages, music, and folklore.

Ireland, often referred to as the “Emerald Isle,” is renowned for its vibrant green landscapes, evocative ruins, and warm hospitality. The island’s history stretches back millennia, from the ancient Celts and their druidic rituals to the tumultuous era of Viking invasions and Norman conquests. Ireland’s struggle for independence in the 20th century further solidified its national identity, celebrated in songs, poems, and spirited pub conversations.

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In contrast, Scotland exudes a rugged allure with its mist-shrouded mountains, medieval strongholds, and haunting bagpipe melodies. The land of tartan and whisky, Scotland’s history is marked by fierce clans, legendary warriors like William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, and a cultural legacy that continues to captivate the world.

Exploring Ireland

Begin your journey in the bustling capital of Dublin, where the echoes of literary giants like James Joyce and Oscar Wilde mingle with the lively tunes of traditional Irish music. Wander through the cobblestone streets of Temple Bar, pausing to sample a pint of Guinness in a centuries-old pub or marvel at the illuminated pages of the Book of Kells in Trinity College’s Old Library.

Venture westward to the windswept Cliffs of Moher, where sheer cliffs plunge dramatically into the Atlantic Ocean, offering awe-inspiring views that have inspired poets and painters for centuries. Explore the mystical landscape of Connemara, where rugged mountains meet sweeping boglands dotted with ancient stone circles and secluded lakes.

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In the southwest, discover the enchanting Ring of Kerry, a scenic driving route that winds past medieval ruins, picturesque villages, and panoramic vistas of emerald hills and shimmering lakes. Don’t miss the chance to kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle, said to bestow the gift of eloquence upon those who dare to lean backward and plant a kiss upon its weathered surface.

Journeying Through Scotland

Crossing the Irish Sea to Scotland, your adventure continues amidst the rugged beauty of the Highlands. Explore the historic streets of Edinburgh, where the imposing silhouette of Edinburgh Castle looms over the city and the cobbled alleyways of the Royal Mile echo with tales of Scotland’s turbulent past.

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Venture into the Highlands, where mist-clad mountains and shimmering lochs set the stage for outdoor adventures and encounters with Scotland’s iconic wildlife. Hike through the haunting glens of Glen Coe, where the echoes of ancient battles still resonate or embark on a boat tour of Loch Ness in search of the legendary monster said to dwell in its depths.

Visit the fairytale-like Isle of Skye, where jagged peaks pierce the sky, and hidden waterfalls cascade into crystal-clear pools. Explore the medieval fortress of Eilean Donan Castle, perched on a rocky islet at the confluence of three lochs, or wander through the otherworldly landscape of the Quiraing, shaped by millennia of geological forces.

A Tapestry of Experiences

A tour of Ireland and Scotland is more than just a journey through stunning landscapes and historic landmarks; it’s an immersive experience that invites you to delve into the soul of these ancient lands. From the rhythmic beat of a traditional Irish reel to the haunting strains of a Scottish lament, from the rugged beauty of the Highlands to the verdant valleys of the Emerald Isle, each moment is a brushstroke in a masterpiece of culture, history, and natural beauty.

Nature Trips to Ireland and Scotland

Nature trips to Ireland and Scotland promise unforgettable experiences amidst some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world, allowing travelers to immerse themselves in these enchanting destinations’ breathtaking landscapes, pristine wilderness, and untamed beauty. From rugged coastlines and majestic mountains to verdant valleys and serene lochs, the natural wonders of Ireland and Scotland beckon adventurers to explore and discover the splendor of the great outdoors.

Exploring Ireland’s Natural Beauty

Ireland’s landscapes are as diverse as they are stunning, offering many opportunities for nature enthusiasts. Along the dramatic Atlantic coastline, the Cliffs of Moher rise majestically from the sea, providing panoramic views of the wild Atlantic Ocean. The rugged beauty of Connemara captivates with its windswept beaches, emerald hills, and tranquil lakes. At the same time, the Ring of Kerry showcases Ireland’s picturesque countryside with its winding roads, quaint villages, and dramatic coastal vistas.

Discovering Scotland’s Wilderness

Scotland’s rugged terrain and untamed wilderness are a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. With their towering mountains, deep glens, and shimmering lochs, the Scottish Highlands beckon adventurers to explore their remote and unspoiled beauty. The Isle of Skye enchants with its dramatic landscapes, including the iconic Old Man of Storr and the fairy-tale-like Fairy Pools. At the same time, the Cairngorms National Park offers a haven for wildlife spotting, hiking, and outdoor pursuits. Additionally, Scotland’s coastline boasts scenic wonders, such as the dramatic sea stacks of the North Coast 500 route and the remote beaches of the Outer Hebrides, providing endless opportunities for coastal exploration and scenic drives.

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Guided Trips to Ireland and Scotland

Guided trips to Ireland and Scotland offer a compelling blend of expert guidance, curated itineraries, convenience, and camaraderie, making them an ideal choice for travelers seeking an immersive and memorable journey through these timeless lands.

Guided trips offer travelers the opportunity to embark on immersive and enriching journeys through two of Europe’s most captivating destinations. Led by knowledgeable guides, these tours provide a curated experience that combines iconic landmarks, hidden gems, and cultural insights, ensuring a memorable and hassle-free adventure for participants.

Expert Guidance

One of the primary benefits of guided trips is the expertise knowledgeable guides provide. Experienced in Ireland and Scotland’s history, culture, and local customs, guides offer informative commentary, insider tips, and personalized attention throughout the journey. Their expertise enhances the travel experience by providing context, answering questions, and facilitating meaningful interactions with destinations and locals.

Curated Itineraries

Guided trips feature carefully crafted itineraries that showcase Ireland and Scotland’s highlights while incorporating off-the-beaten-path experiences. From historic cities and scenic landscapes to charming villages and cultural attractions, each day offers a diverse range of activities and destinations designed to appeal to various interests and preferences. Guided tours often include must-see landmarks such as Dublin’s Trinity College, Edinburgh Castle, the Cliffs of Moher, and the Isle of Skye and opportunities to discover lesser-known gems and hidden treasures.

Convenience and Comfort

Guided trips provide a convenient and comfortable way to explore Ireland and Scotland, eliminating the stress of planning and logistics. Participants can relax and enjoy the journey while leaving the details, such as transportation, accommodation, and dining arrangements, to the tour operator. With comfortable transportation, well-appointed accommodations, and curated dining experiences, guided trips ensure a seamless and enjoyable travel experience from start to finish.

Fellowship and Camaraderie

Traveling with a guided group fosters a sense of fellowship and camaraderie among participants, creating opportunities to connect with like-minded travelers worldwide. Whether sharing stories over a pint in an Irish pub or marveling at the beauty of a Scottish landscape together, guided trips provide a social and supportive environment that enhances the overall travel experience.

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Trips to Ireland and Scotland for Seniors

Exploring ireland and scotland: a senior-friendly adventure.

For seniors embarking on a journey through Ireland and Scotland, the allure of these Celtic lands is as enticing as ever. With a focus on comfort, accessibility, and leisurely exploration, seniors can discover these remarkable destinations’ rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes at their own pace.

Thoughtful Itineraries

Crafted with the needs and interests of seniors, thoughtful itineraries balance exploration and relaxation. From strolls through charming villages to scenic drives along coastal roads, each day offers a variety of experiences designed to cater to a range of interests and mobility levels.

Accessible Experiences

Accessibility is a top priority, with attractions and activities chosen to accommodate seniors of all abilities. Whether exploring historic sites, enjoying cultural performances, or indulging in culinary delights, every effort ensures that seniors can fully participate and enjoy each experience.

Knowledgeable Guides

Guides play a crucial role in bringing destinations to life. With their expertise in history, culture, and local customs, guides provide informative commentary and personalized attention throughout the journey. From sharing fascinating anecdotes to offering assistance and support, guides ensure that seniors feel informed and engaged every step of the way.

Creating Lasting Memories

Whether it’s marveling at the grandeur of Edinburgh Castle, savoring a traditional Irish stew in a cozy pub, or sharing stories with newfound friends against the backdrop of a stunning sunset, a tour of Ireland and Scotland for seniors is sure to create lasting memories that seniors will cherish for years to come.

A Journey of Discovery and Comfort

A journey through Ireland and Scotland offers seniors the opportunity to explore two of Europe’s most captivating destinations with comfort, ease, and enjoyment. With thoughtful itineraries, comfortable accommodations, accessible experiences, and knowledgeable guides, seniors can immerse themselves in the beauty and culture of these timeless lands, creating memories to last a lifetime. Whether marveling at ancient ruins, savoring traditional cuisine, or simply soaking in the stunning scenery, every moment is a delight on this senior-friendly adventure.

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How Many Days Do You Need for Ireland and Scotland?

The ideal duration for a tour of Ireland and Scotland can vary depending on your interests, budget, and the depth of exploration you desire. However, a minimum of ten days is recommended to fully appreciate both countries’ diverse landscapes, rich history, and vibrant cultures. This duration allows for a comprehensive itinerary that covers key highlights.

In ten days, you can explore major cities like Dublin, Edinburgh, and Glasgow, as well as iconic landmarks such as the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland and Edinburgh Castle in Scotland.

Of course, if you have more time to spare, extending your tour to three or even four weeks would allow for a deeper dive into the hidden gems of both countries and more leisurely pacing, including off-the-beaten-path destinations, scenic drives, and day trips to nearby islands or regions.

Ultimately, the duration of your tour depends on your preferences and priorities. Whether you have ten days or more, Ireland and Scotland offer abundant experiences to enchant and inspire every traveler.

Can You Go to Scotland and Ireland on One Trip?

Yes, it’s possible to visit Scotland and Ireland in one trip, especially considering their proximity and the ease of travel between the two countries. Many travelers opt for a combined tour of Scotland and Ireland to maximize their experience and explore the unique offerings of both destinations within a single itinerary.

To maximize your time, consider flying into one country and out of the other to minimize backtracking. Alternatively, you can use ferry services or flights between the two countries to maximize efficiency.

While a combined trip to Scotland and Ireland may require careful planning and prioritization, it offers a unique opportunity to experience the best of both countries and create unforgettable memories.

What is the Best Way to Travel from Ireland to Scotland?

Air and sea are the most common and convenient ways to travel from Ireland to Scotland.

When choosing the best way to travel from Ireland to Scotland, consider factors such as cost, convenience, travel time, and personal preferences. Both air and sea options offer advantages, so select the option that best suits your needs and itinerary. Additionally, be sure to check the latest travel information, including any entry requirements or travel restrictions, before making your arrangements.

Flying is the fastest and most direct option for traveling between Ireland and Scotland. Several airlines operate regular flights between major cities such as Dublin, Cork, and Shannon in Ireland and Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, and Inverness in Scotland. Flight durations typically range from one to two hours, depending on the route and airline.

Ferry services also provide a scenic and enjoyable way to travel between Ireland and Scotland, particularly for those who prefer a slower-paced journey or wish to bring their vehicles along. Ferry routes connect various ports in both countries, with crossings available from Dublin and Belfast in Ireland to ports such as Cairnryan, Troon, and Stranraer in Scotland. Ferry operators offer a range of amenities onboard, including dining options, comfortable seating areas, and entertainment facilities. The duration of ferry crossings varies depending on the route, but most journeys take between two and three hours.

Is it Cheaper to Visit Ireland or Scotland?

Determining whether it’s cheaper to visit Ireland or Scotland depends on various factors, including your travel preferences, itinerary, accommodation choices, and exchange rates at the time of your visit. Here are some key considerations:

Cost of Flights

Flight prices can vary based on factors such as the time of year, airline, and departure city. Generally, flights to Ireland and Scotland from major hubs like London or continental Europe may be comparable in price. However, specific routes and airlines can influence ticket costs.


Accommodation prices vary depending on location, amenities, and season. Both Ireland and Scotland offer a range of accommodation options, including budget hostels, guesthouses, bed and breakfasts, and luxury hotels. Prices may be higher in popular tourist areas and during peak seasons, so consider traveling during shoulder seasons for potential cost savings.

Food and Dining

The cost of dining out in Ireland and Scotland can vary depending on your preferences and dining establishments. Both countries offer a diverse culinary scene, from casual pubs serving hearty fare to fine dining restaurants showcasing local ingredients. While prices may be comparable, you may find regional cost differences and menu offerings.


Transportation costs, including local public transport, rental cars, and fuel prices, can impact your overall budget. Ireland and Scotland have well-developed transportation networks, but factors such as distance, route, and mode of transport can influence costs. Consider purchasing transportation passes or exploring discounted options for potential savings.

Activities and Attractions

Both Ireland and Scotland offer a wealth of attractions and activities, including historic sites, natural landmarks, cultural experiences, and outdoor adventures. Entrance fees, guided tours, and activity costs can vary, so plan your itinerary and budget accordingly.

The cost of visiting Ireland or Scotland can be comparable depending on your travel style and preferences. Researching and comparing prices for flights, accommodation, transportation, and activities can help you make informed decisions to optimize your travel budget and make the most of your trip. Factors such as exchange rates and seasonal fluctuations should also be considered when visiting.

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The New Year is a time to reset, restart, and renew — and to begin planning vacations to places you’ve long dreamed of visiting or to head back to a beloved favorite or two. What better way to fulfil your resolution to see more and do more in the coming year than by learning what the experts at Crystal consider the hottest cruise destinations for 2024?

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Perhaps you’re thinking a bit bolder now and envision finally being able to check off bucket list locales and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Maybe reconnecting with your partner during a romantic escape aboard a luxury cruise ship known for its dreamy Italian luxury linens is your top priority. Whether you’re looking to effortlessly island-hop in the Caribbean or do a cultural deep dive in a country such as Japan or Iceland, a Crystal cruise ship can be the ultimate home-away-from-home. Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony will take you to enriching ports of call all around the globe while also deepening your appreciation for fine food and wine, ancient and modern culture, and each other.

As you contemplate the best places to go , here’s a look at some of the hottest cruise destinations for 2024 and the Crystal itineraries that can take you there.


The Caribbean

Travelers from the United States love the ease and convenience of the Caribbean — which ranks among the top cruise destinations in the world — and Crystal’s 2024 sailings in the region offer ample time for sunning on the pool deck as you enjoy ocean views and for heading off the ship to experience local culture on a shore excursion.

One island that’s a must-visit is St. Lucia. Located in the Southern Caribbean and famous for its lush landscape and postcard-perfect twin Piton peaks, it offers a beguiling blend of culture and chill. Exploring, you’ll encounter traditional Creole cottages painted in rainbow hues, verdant fields of ripening bananas, and local artisans skilled in crafts such as silk-screening and wood-carving. Prefer to relax? Soaking up some sun on a stretch of golden sand, such as Reduit Beach, is the perfect way to absorb St. Lucia’s tropical glow. Crystal Serenity will call on the island’s capital, Castries, during multiple Caribbean sailings in late 2024.

The Western Caribbean is also a popular cruise destination — and one of the region’s top ports is George Town, Grand Cayman. Even before you step ashore, you’ll know why. The vivid turquoise waters and white-sand beaches that ring this flat and arid self-governing British territory are among the most spectacular in the Caribbean. And what better way to appreciate it all than to take a helicopter tour? During this Crystal excursion, you’ll fly over North Sound to gaze down at the sand bar area known as Stingray City, where visitors gather to interact with wild but playful Southern Atlantic stingrays. Other sights you’ll enjoy while soaring above the island include the submerged wreck of the Navy ship USS Kittiwake , world-renowned Seven Mile Beach, and Crystal Serenity at anchor. More down-to-earth pursuits, such as duty free shopping, are also available from the tender pier in George Town.

Crystal Serenity will visit Grand Cayman during several Panama Canal transits in 2024. Guests on these August, November, and December sailings will also experience another top tropical hot spot, Costa Rica, when the ship calls on the Pacific coastal port of Puerto Caldera. In June, Crystal’s transit sailing will instead visit the Costa Rican port of Quepos. Either of these exciting itineraries will allow guests to appreciate the beauty of Central America’s premier playground for nature-lovers. This is the place to spy on adorable capuchin monkeys and three-toed sloths or to enjoy a walk through a cloud forest inhabited by tiny hummingbirds and giant blue morpho butterflies.

If exploring the Mayan culture and architectural sites along Costa Maya is on your list of must-do’s, two Crystal Serenity sailings in December 2024 will call on Cozumel and offer shore excursions to the ruins at seaside Tulum or jungle-clad San Gervasio.


Baltic & Northern Europe

It’s taken a little while, but travelers have finally discovered just how incredible it is to explore Northern Europe on a cruise. While the Med gets tons of buzz, the countries of the Baltic Sea and North Atlantic offer just as much when it comes to natural beauty, heritage, art, and cuisine. Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Netherlands, Scotland, Ireland, and Iceland are all home to culture-rich capitals, mind-blowing landscapes formed by volcanoes and glaciers, and captivating Nordic and Celtic traditions. Better still, a cruise with Crystal is a convenient and luxurious way to visit several of these countries during a single vacation.

In July, August, and September 2024, Crystal Symphony will explore the region during a series of itineraries ranging from seven to 38 nights. The longest sailing will visit 15 historic ports — including Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and Reykjavik — in nine countries, including three days docked in Copenhagen and three days visiting ports along the coast of Scotland. Guests will enjoy a rich sampler of Northern European cultures complemented by Crystal’s superb enrichment program of guest speakers.

Most curious about Iceland? A seven-night circumnavigation roundtrip from Reykjavik in September 2024 will visit five ports and even offer the chance to spot the Northern Lights.

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What country ranks atop many travelers’ bucket list for 2024? According to Geoffrey Kent, Founder and Chairman Emeritus of luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent (Crystal is a division of A&K Travel Group), it’s Japan . This island nation, which only fully reopened to tourism in late 2022 in the wake of the global pandemic, is ideal for exploration by cruise ship, with a bounty of coastal ports spanning the bustling modernity of Tokyo to the beaches and tropical climate of the southern island of Okinawa.

While Crystal Symphony will spend early 2024 cruising to other top destinations in Asia , in early 2025 the ship will call on Japan. An 11-night cruise on Crystal Symphony from Hong Kong to Yokohama/Tokyo in late January 2025 is specifically focused on the country, visiting six Japanese ports. But if Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Taiwan, and Singapore are also on your wish list, you can board Crystal Symphony in Singapore earlier in January to enjoy a 27-night journey that visits all of those destinations.


Australia & New Zealand

Summer Down Under is from December to March and in March 2024 Crystal Serenity will say G’day to Australia & New Zealand with an 18-night sailing that starts in Auckland, New Zealand and ends in Perth/Freemantle, Australia. In between the ship will call on historic Tauranga and picturesque Picton in New Zealand before crossing the Tasman Sea to Sydney for an overnight. Then it’s on to Eden, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Western Australia’s Busselton (for Margaret River winery visits) before arriving in Perth.


Have you witnessed the visual majesty of our 49th State in person? If your answer is no, you’re missing out on one of the premier cruise experiences in North America. Cruise packages to Alaska are pretty much offered by every cruise line, but what sets Crystal’s Alaska itineraries apart from other cruise line offers is the dedication of its crew to providing guests with a five-star experience centered on stellar service and exceptional local and seasonal cuisine.

Alaska itineraries in July and August 2024 aboard Crystal Serenity include seven-night roundtrip sailings from Vancouver (calling on Sitka, Skagway, and Ketchikan) and seven-night one-way Vancouver to Seward/Anchorage cruises (or vice versa) that will call on Juneau, Skagway, Icy Strait, and Sitka. Excursions range from dogsledding and glacier flightseeing to rainforest walks and wildlife safaris — moments that will redefine how you view the wilderness experience.


The Mediterranean

How could this perennial favorite not make the list? The Mediterranean is forever a hot spot because it’s home to many of the world’s most popular travel destinations, from Spain, Portugal, and Morocco in the West to Greece, Turkey, and Croatia in the East. This sets the scene for Crystal to deliver a vast array of culture-centric itineraries and farm-to-table culinary experiences . Crystal Symphony will spend five months of 2024 (May, June, July, October, and November) in the Mediterranean and offer 17 sailings, ranging from seven to 12 nights. Want afull Mediterranean immersion? Go all in with Crystal’s 60-night epic Grand Voyage in October and November.

Whether it’s your dream to sail through the sun-splashed Greek Isles, double occupancy with the person you love in one of Crystal Symphony ’s newly refreshed staterooms or suites, or to discover the palate-warming flavors, stunning architecture, and sensual rhythms of Spain, Portugal, and Morocco, the Crystal team will make sure that your Mediterranean journey is one that’s never to be forgotten.

PS: It’s not too early to start planning for 2025, when Crystal’s two ships will offer exciting itineraries enhanced by bigger and better onshore experiences in 112 countries.

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Greenock (tours to glasgow), scotland, british isles, 12 nights, aug 30, 2024.

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We’ve taken care of all the details — so all you have to do is kick back and have the relaxing vacation you deserve. We’re making waves from the Caribbean to the Med, the Adriatic to the Red, and everywhere in between across 4 continents. Join us on an unparalleled journey of relaxation and indulgence, and discover the things — and the people — that make each destination so special. Get a delicious taste of the modern romance of sailing that only a Virgin brand could pull off. With a history dating back over a thousand years, the evidence of this country’s eclectic past is present all over its charming avenues.

The positions he takes and his way of depicting UK society, social deprivation and the dark hours in the country's history raise some people's hackles, while others applaud his efforts. His work always contains nicely British humour, with feature films that are touchingly accurate and moving characters with which the director surprises and stirs his public each and every time. There's nothing better than a panoramic tour if you want to see the English capital's most iconic landmarks. With over 140 islands and 12,500km of coastline, the British Isles offer stunning scenes for ocean voyagers. Formed over millions of years of glaciations and land collisions, the marks of history are visible all over the landscape, from fossil-rich cliffs to naturally-sculpted bays.

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Attend original productions from Broadway legend Stephen Schwartz, composer of Wicked. Or learn traditional moves, like Flamenco or Irish stepdance, and listen to popular music from the destinations on your itinerary. These are lands of legends, castles, fortresses, Neolithic sites and verdant heaths that immerse visitors in a magical world. Elves, druids and great kings are part of tradition in the magical countries of Ireland and Scotland.

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Guests can wander around this island and witness where the ashes enveloped the town. Keep your eyes open for our black and white friends, with more Atlantic Puffins nesting here than anywhere else in the world, and the best place in Iceland to spot orcas. For an elegant breakfast, leisurely lunch or unforgettable multi-course dinner, The Dining Room is your destination. For dinner, choose from classics such as Boneless Lamb Loin en Croute, Rosemary Roasted Chicken, as well as regionally inspired cuisine and artfully prepared vegetarian dishes. Nami Sushi offers a tempting array of the sushi rolls he’s created. The word “nami,” Japanese in origin, means “wave” and is an homage to the ocean views you’ll enjoy as you dine on the freshest, tastiest and most inventive sushi at sea.

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Our relaxing café with panoramic views is your home for handcrafted espresso drinks during the day and refreshing cocktails in the evening. With its evolution made evident by its top seafaring landmarks and pub-filled cobble streets, Portsmouth is the perfect place to start (or end) your British holiday. This 13-night dreamy voyage sails from Portsmouth and first docks in the capital of art and architecture, Amsterdam for two days of excitement and exploration before hitting Bruges, Belgium. You’ll then spend a day sailing to Kirkwall, then Stornoway, Scotland. Then, you’ll sail to Glasgow followed by Belfast, and one more self-care day at sea heading to Dublin before sailing back to Portsmouth.

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Royal palaces, ancient art & celebrated history of Baltic ports. Or travel to Brú na Bóinne in Dublin and get up close to Europe’s largest collection of prehistoric megalithic art.

On itineraries that sail to Cork, search the sea for the Bioluminescence beams created by the region’s gleaming plankton. Or hunt for Invergordon’s legendary monster in the waters of Loch Ness. As the birthplace of many music icons, the British Isles invite you to sing, dance and raise a glass to songs played around the globe. Visit Liverpool to walk in the footsteps of a beloved boyband, and head to a local pub to hear the boys at their best.

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With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a private verandah, these spacious suites are flooded with light. They feature a large sitting area and two lower beds convertible to one king-size bed—our signature Mariner's Dream™ bed with plush Euro-Top mattresses. Amenities include use of the exclusive Neptune Lounge, a private concierge and an array of complimentary services. With a verandah, floor-to-ceiling windows and comfortable sitting area, these comfortable suites are filled with light.

Join Club Orange to experience a new level of luxury, from priority check-in and disembarkation to premium dining amenities. Club Orange benefits include a complimentary stateroom upgrade, a special event chosen by the captain and priority check-in and disembarkation. Dive-In offers a variety of casual culinary classics, using the highest quality ingredients. Enjoy a burger, grilled to perfection and served on a toasted brioche with our own trade-marked secret sauce. Savor a succulent Nathan’s Famous gourmet hot dog with golden French fries. Or choose a grilled chicken breast sandwich or juicy portabella mushroom stack.

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Or travel along Scapa Flow for an even deeper look into the region’s history of naval travel and trade. For those seeking mysteries, uncover secrets of the Ring of Brodgar, part of the Heart of Neolithic Orkney, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Experience the best of Irish hospitality on a British Isles cruise to Dublin.

We negotiate lower rates with the airlines, allow you to modify your flight up to 45 days prior with no penalty and protect you if your flight is late or canceled. Ice bars, rooftop tours, meatballs and more – use our handy city guide to get a fresh view of Sweden’s brilliant capital. Enjoy complimentary lessons, tournaments, and courts with amazing top-deck views. Enjoy a wide variety of duty-free shopping in such signature shops as The Vault, Diamonds and Gemstones by Merabella, which offers the best diamonds at sea, brought to you by Effy.

No pre-assigned seating, no fixed schedules, no limited options, no nonsense — just a shipload of opportunities to rejuvenate your body and transform your soul. A dynamic city that’s grown in popularity in recent years due to its breathtaking architecture, nightlife, and history, Belfast, in Northern Ireland. Spend time in the Scottish countryside of Lyle Hill or visit a cathedral before making the 40-minute commute to Glasgow. From captivating coasts to laid-back island vibes, the exclusively adult cruise vacation of your dreams is here.

Dive-In is the perfect spot to dine poolside on the best burgers at sea. Rudi’s Sel de Mer restaurant is available on Rotterdam, Koningsdam and Nieuw Statendam, but on other ships, the Rudi’s Sel de Mer menu is available on select evenings in Pinnacle Grill. Named for Master Chef Rudi Sodamin, Rudi’s Sel de Mer is an intimate brasserie featuring classic French dishes reimagined with contemporary flair. Conclude your dinner with a classic dessert and fine French cheeses.

A casual, modern marketplace, Lido Market offers the widest range of food options on board for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a late-night snack. Praised by Condé Nast Traveler for cuisine “that rivals the top restaurants on land,” Tamarind is the perfect place to explore the culinary traditions of Southeast Asia, China and Japan. The menu, which honors the elements of water, wood, fire and earth, features such exotic fare as wok-seared lobster, barramundi (Asian sea bass) in banana leaf and sushi, accompanied by chilled or heated sake. Explore the timeless traditions and extraordinary coastal beauty of Britain and The Northern Isles. Sail the North Sea to the English Channel, enjoying culturally immersive overnight stays in the region's most legendary cities for an unparalleled Viking journey. From Celtic shores to typical British towns, cruises to Ireland, Scotland and England offer you the opportunity to explore a wealth of culture with strong identifies, legends and fascinating stories.

Look up to the towering cliffs of England's south coast, and gaze down into the crystal waters around the Isles of Scilly. From fresh-baked biscuits to hearty pies, the British Isles are notorious for cooking up comforting favorites. On an British Isles cruise with Princess, indulge in a British Pub lunch with delicacies like Bangers & Mash and Shepherd’s Pie. Or enjoy a Sunday Roast at Crown Grill™ with roasted meat, potatoes and vegetables.

Screening nightly in the movie theatre (on select ships) are recent-release films and perennially popular classics. You can also watch movies any time in your stateroom or suite. And aboard Koningsdam, Nieuw Statendam and Rotterdam, watch your favorite stars light up the night on a giant outdoor LED movie screen by the Lido Pool.

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I don't know about you, but each year, as the weather turns cold, I start daydreaming about getting out of Dodge — or, in my case, Pennsylvania. My mind wanders to cruises that will take me to places where the temperature is warmer, but I also take a hard look at the (exceptionally lengthy) list of places I'm longing to visit.

After digging through what's new for 2024, I've come up with a shortlist of sailings that I think are noteworthy. They range from a standard Bahamas voyage with a new twist and an extended Alaska sailing that includes a foray across the Arctic Circle to more far-flung destinations in the Asia-Pacific region.

Dream on, dear reader, and add these to your list of 2024 cruise itineraries.

Note: All prices listed are per person, based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Fares do not include taxes and fees.

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Seabourn's 'Kimberley Expedition: Waterfalls and Wandjinas' itinerary

Last year, the Australia and New Zealand cruise region gained momentum following the pandemic shutdown. In 2024, the hardly populated Australia region of The Kimberley is gaining popularity. Luxury cruise brand Seabourn will be offering a series of six 10-night voyages between Broome and Darwin on expedition vessel Seabourn Pursuit during what will be early winter in the southern hemisphere.

The line's " Kimberley Expedition: Waterfalls and Wandjinas " will take passengers to places along the coast few passengers are able to visit to see the stunning teal waters and horizontal waterfalls of Talbot Bay, sample wines in the Hunter River Region and check out nature preserves in Wyndham.

Details: The first sailing, from Darwin to Broome, embarks on June 12. The final voyage, from Broome to Darwin, departs on Aug. 1. Prices start from $6,134 per person ($613 per person, per night), double occupancy, for the July 2 cruise. All accommodations are suites with balconies.

Celebrity's 'Best of Japan' and 'Vietnam and Thailand' cruises

The number of voyages in Asia was trending upward notably prior to 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic brought cruising in the region to an extended halt. And it's once again on the rise. Following that curve, Celebrity Cruises will be running new 11- to 13-night Asia sailings in 2024 on two ships — Celebrity Millennium and Celebrity Solstice — that bring stops in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Thailand.

What's notable about the offerings is that they will aim to immerse passengers further into the destinations by including overnights in a total of 11 ports across all itineraries. That means more time to explore Hanoi's Old Quarter as the sun sets, indulge in nighttime gastronomy in Hong Kong, visit one of Bangkok's many markets, or learn why Osaka is known for street food.

Details: Celebrity Millennium's " Best of Japan " cruises run from early mid-March to early October. At press time, the least expensive fares — for a 12-night sailing — start from $1,330 per person ($111 per person, per night) for an inside cabin. It travels round-trip from Yokohama and visits Hiroshima, Pusan and other ports, including Osaka, where the ship will overnight.

Celerbrity Solstice's Vietnam and Thailand cruises kick off in mid-January and run through March. The ship will resume them again in the fall of 2024 and run through the winter season. Prices start from $1,255 per person ($105 per person, per night) for an inside cabin. The voyage sails from Hong Kong to Singapore with stops in Da Nang and Koh Samui, plus overnights in Hanoi and Bangkok.

SeaDream's 'Yachting the Adriatic & Greek Isles' sailing

Here's one to put on your radar if you're looking to book — but not necessarily sail — in 2024. It's a new Mediterranean itinerary that doesn't start up for nearly three more years, in 2026. The SeaDream routing brings stops at seven ports that are rarely visited by cruise passengers. During the seven-night voyages, there will be calls at Primosten, Croatia; Cesme, Turkey; Cetubal, Portugal; and Kythira, Kythnos, Syvota and Tinos, Greece — making these sailings unique and well-suited to anyone who loves the region but who's looking for new places to experience.

SeaDream's small ships, each of which carries just 112 people, are able to reach locales about which passengers on megaships can only fantasize. Couple that with excellent service, and you'll be visiting the Our Lady of Loretto statue in Primosten, touring the Cesme Castle and lounging on stunning Greek beaches from a home base that puts you squarely in the lap of luxury.

Details: An itinerary that includes three of the seven new ports is the 11-night " Yachting the Adriatic & Greek Isles " itinerary from Venice, Italy, to Athens, Greece, departing on Aug. 8, 2026, on SeaDream I. Prices start from $10,399 per person ($946 per person, per night) for a room with a porthole view.

Holland America's 'Alaska Arctic Circle Solstice' Legendary Voyage

Alaska is an absolute must for anyone who enjoys the vastness of untouched wilderness, the wildlife it houses and adventurous pursuits it provides. (Think whale-watching, hiking on glaciers and salmon fishing.) However, Holland America 's Westerdam is hosting a 28-day sailing that's anything but your standard cruise to the Last Frontier .

Passengers will visit the usual Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Sitka and Juneau, with scenic sailing through the Inside Passage, past Hubbard Glacier and to Glacier Bay. But they can also expect less-common stops at places like Nome, Kodiak, Anchorage (with an overnight) and Homer. Plus, about halfway through, this cruise crosses the Arctic Circle — a rite of passage for many travelers.

Details: Holland America's 28-day " Alaska Arctic Circle Solstice " cruise — one of the line's Legendary Voyages, known for longer durations and a unique mix of port calls — sails June 9-July 7, round-trip from Seattle. Inside cabins start from $5,299 per person (about $189 per person, per night).

Silversea's summertime French Polynesia cruises

Another consideration for future travel is Silversea Cruises , which is featuring its first full-summer season in French Polynesia in 2026. Silver Whisper will offer two immersive itineraries, including overnights, across 17 voyages between April and September.

Passengers can choose seven-night sailings that visit idyllic favorites like Tahiti, Moorea and Huahine and which also include overnights in Bora Bora. Or, they can cruise for twice as long by selecting a 14-night voyage that calls on the same ports as the seven-night option but with Fakarava, Nuku Hiva, Fatu Hiva, Atuona and Tahuata added.

Details: Silversea's seven-night voyages begin April 6, 2026, and start from $5,650 per person ($808 per person, per night) for an ocean-view cabin.

The line's 14-night sailings start on April 20, 2026. Fares start from $10,450 per person ($747 per person, per night) for ocean-view accommodations.

New Bermuda voyages on Carnival Venezia

Beginning in May of 2025, Carnival Cruise Line 's Carnival Venezia will sail a series of eight four- and five-night cruises to Bermuda from New York. These itineraries are notable because the line is aiming to increase its presence there but also because the style of the ship is new to even most of the brand's most dedicated passengers.

In 2022, Carnival announced its Costa by Carnival concept after revealing it would be transferring ships from its Costa sister brand to the Carnival fleet. Now, when travelers visit the Gibb's Hill Lighthouse or check out the island's renowned pink-sand beaches during a sailing on Carnival Venezia, they can enjoy both the Italian style of the ship and Carnival's fun atmosphere and high service standards.

Details: Voyages kick off on May 22, 2025. Prices start from $429 per person ($108 per person, per night) for an inside cabin on a four-night cruise departing Sept. 18, 2025.

Disney Cruise Line's Lighthouse Point itineraries

Disney Cruise Line 's new Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point , a private destination on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera, is set to open in June with a three-night preview sailing on June 6 aboard Disney Magic. Following the initial voyage, the line will run regular three- to seven-night voyages to Lighthouse Point on Disney Magic, Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream.

The island will feature a dedicated family beach and water play area, an arts and culture pavilion focused on Bahamian culture, 20 family cabanas, an adults-only beach and a selection of shore excursion options.

Details: Prices for itineraries that include Lighthouse Point start from $624 per person ($208 per person, per night) for a three-night cruise on Disney Magic. The cruise departs Nov. 5 and sails from Fort Lauderdale's Port Everglades to San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Geneva, Switzerland, 02 May 2024 - MSC Cruises serves up a comprehensive range of summer 2024 and winter 2024/2025 sailings to the Caribbean , providing guests an incredible choice of ships and enriching itineraries to some of the most coveted destinations in the region including The Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Martinique, Mexico and more.

The Caribbean is a popular destination any time of year, renowned for its incredible white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, magnificent landscapes, and charming coastal cities, filled with rich culture and historical sites. Whether guests are looking for the ultimate summer getaway of adventure or the winter warmth of the Caribbean sun, these varied itineraries offer truly unique experiences to suit any type of traveller.

While sailing their chosen itineraries, guests can indulge in a plethora of unforgettable onboard experiences including international gourmet dining, world-class entertainment, award-wining activities for families, luxurious spa and fitness centres as well as stylish accommodation to meet the needs of all. Ashore, guests can also take advantage of MSC Cruises’ expansive range of enjoyable activities and excursions for guests of all ages to explore each destination to the fullest.

SUMMER 2024 SAILINGS For guests looking to relax and unwind in the sun-drenched Caribbean this summer, four ships will offer breathtaking voyages, ranging from three to seven nights from Miami , New York and Orlando. Two ships will offer sailings out of PortMiami: MSC Magnifica  with three to seven-night sailings including to the Key West (Florida), Costa Maya and Cozumel (Mexico), Isla de Roatan (Honduras), Belize City (Belize), Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve (Bahamas). Meanwhile, MSC Seascape  will offer seven-night sailings, calling at destinations including San Juan (Puerto Rico), George Town (Cayman Islands), Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic), Ocho Rios (Jamaica), Cozumel (Mexico), and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve. MSC Meraviglia  will set sail from the iconic New York, with seven-night itineraries including port of calls in Port Canaveral, Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve. MSC Seashore  will also offer the chance to visit the Caribbean’s prized gems with three to seven-night sailings from Port Canaveral to destinations including Nassau, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, Costa Maya and Cozumel.

WINTER 2024/2025 SAILINGS For sun seekers looking for a winter escape, six ships will offer unforgettable itineraries from three to 10 nights from Miami, New York and Orlando and Martinique . Three ships will offer sailings out of PortMiami : MSC Divina  will offer three to four-night itineraries including to the Bahamas with visits to Nassau and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve. Her longer sailings will offer 10-night itineraries including to Aruba, Curaçao and Dominican Republic. MSC Seascape will offer seven-night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean including the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, and to the Western Caribbean including to Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Mexico, and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve. Lastly, MSC Seaside  will offer captivating seven-night cruises, alternating between the Eastern Caribbean including to The Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic and the Western Caribbean including Mexico, Honduras or Belize, and The Bahamas itineraries including Ocean cay MSC Marine Reserve. MSC Meraviglia will homeport in the world-famous city of New York, with itineraries of seven-nights including visits to Orlando, Nassau, The Bahamas and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve. She will also offer itineraries of 10 to 11-nights including visits in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Sint Maarten. From Port Canaveral, MSC Seashore will offer three to seven-night itineraries with port of calls including in Costa Maya, Cozumel, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve and Nassau. MSC Virtuosa  will offer seven-night sailings from Fort de France (Martinique) to destinations including Philipsburg (Sint Maarten), St. John’s (Antigua), Pointe-a-Pitre (Guadeloupe), and Bridgetown (Barbados).

OCEAN CAY MSC MARINE RESERVE All four ships sailing the Caribbean this Summer 2024 and five ships sailing this Winter 2024/2025 season will visit Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve , MSC Cruises’ stunning private island located in The Bahamas , dedicated to the restoration of marine resources and the ongoing conservation of marine life. With more than two miles of pristine sand across eight world class beaches, this tropical paradise invites guests to discover the island’s natural beauty and vibrant spirit of the Bahamas, with plenty of areas to soak up the sun and enjoy endless activities on island, while surrounded by sweeping vistas of crystal blue waters. The island is also home to the MSC Foundation’s Super Coral Programme, which aims to help restore the island’s coral reefs and contribute to conservation knowledge and initiatives worldwide. Over the next 12 months, MSC Cruises will make enhancements to the island including guest amenities and experiences to support the island’s future growth plans. The new enhancements will include expanded excursion centres to support watersport activities and island tours, additional food and beverage facilities including a second food hall and larger bars. Additionally, guests can expect enhanced swimming areas, including a new kids lagoon alongside improvements to the popular main lagoon. Our MSC Yacht Club guests will also enjoy an expanded Ocean House bar and restaurant.

MSC YACHT CLUB For guests looking for the ultimate seamless luxury cruise experience, the MSC Yacht Club will be on offer on almost all ships sailing in the Caribbean this summer and winter season. The “ship within a ship” concept provides an exclusive holiday sanctuary on board with a host of privileges and personalised services tailored to each individual guest’s needs. With 24-hour butler and concierge service, an array of lavish suite options, private facilities including a dedicated pool and sundeck, a high-end restaurant, stylish lounge as well as access to all the recreation opportunities offered throughout the larger ship, the MSC Yacht Club is sure to have guests feeling completely pampered and relaxed throughout their stay. COMING SOON… BRAND NEW SHIP: MSC WORLD AMERICA Looking further ahead, MSC World America , MSC Cruises’ newest U.S. flagship, will usher in a new world of cruising to American shores when she enters service in April 2025 . During her inaugural summer season, she will sail from MSC Cruises’ new terminal at PortMiami, offering alternating seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries with stops in Puerto Plata, San Juan, Costa Maya, Cozumel, Isla de Roatan and Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve. MSC World America is the second of the line’s groundbreaking World Class ships and is tailored specifically to North America, with exciting new venues and concepts that seamlessly blend European design with American comfort, which are sure to provide guests with a truly memorable cruise experience. The new ship will feature seven distinct districts, each with its own atmosphere, facilities and experiences, allowing guests of all ages to choose their own vacation adventure and get the most out of their time on board. Guests will also have a first look at the state-of-the-art Cliffhanger, the only over-water swing ride at sea, which will debut exclusively aboard MSC World America.

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