P&O European Cruises
P&O European Cruises visit destinations in Belgium, France, Germany, Guernsey, Ireland, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. A P&O Europe Cruise involves travel itineraries which can last anywhere from two night weekend getaways to reserved 17-day expeditions. As examples, P&O guests may embark on a two night trip to Belgium from Southampton or rather engage in a two week "Best of the Mediterranean" cruise which visits popular cities like Barcelona and Rome in Spain and Italy, respectively. With this in mind, a P&O Europe Cruise may sail on the Arcadia, Oriana, Aurora, Artemis or Oceana ships.
P&O European Cruises not only mark an overwhelming travel experience marked by distant adventures, cultures and excursions but also support an incredible onboard policy featuring exquisite dining, excellent entertainment, incomparable services and top accommodations. Whether you're seeking privacy, great social interaction or a happy medium, you'll find that a P&O Europe Cruise will accommodate all of your needs. Great for the most ultimate family vacation or personal expedition to enchanting lands, a P&O Europe Cruise will offer the general cruising public a most unforgettable time.
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P&O European Cruises - "Iberian Adventure" Cruise
P&O's "Iberian Adventure" cruise visits European destinations in France, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom. Setting sail on the Arcadia vessel, this seven-day P&O Europe Cruise will begin from Southampton in the United Kingdom, with visits to Vigo, Spain, Lisbon, Portugal and La Rochelle and Brest, France. This P&O Europe Cruise is scheduled to set sail in April of 2006.
Did you know that the ill-fated Spanish Armada departed from the port in Vigo? You would if you took this P&O Europe Cruise. While in beautiful Vigo, many guests on P&O European Cruises visit the grand Cathedral and the old fishing quarter Ribera del Berbes. The capital of Portugal, Lisbon not only beams with an overwhelmingly beautiful waterfront but also with rich culture, history and architecture. Founded in the 14th century, La Rochelle maintains it medieval ties with its abundant buildings and narrow streets while also housing more modern bistros. Located on the west coast of France, Brest remains a major port in this country.
P&O European Cruises - "Best of the Mediterranean" Cruise
The 14-night "Best of the Mediterranean" cruise visits royal Italian cities like Florence and Rome while also touring an extensive list of other European destinations. Once a site where gladiators reigned supreme, the Roman Coliseum is now the stopping ground for tourists with a unique appreciation for history. Passengers on P&O European Cruises also revel in the opportunity to visit the Vatican, one of the holiest places in the entire world.
Besides traveling through Renaissance Florence and Rome, this very popular P&O Europe Cruise includes visits to Cartagena, Barcelona, Corsica, Monte Carlo and Gibraltar. Popular excursions in these cities include visiting the Gaudi-inspired La Sagrada Familia chapel in Barcelona and then testing lady luck at Monte Carlo's famous Grand Casino. History buffs retrace the origins of Napoleon Bonaparte in the city of his birth, Corsica, while also visiting the new National Museum of Underwater Archaeology in the Spanish port of Cartagena.
P&O European Cruises - "Iceland and the Fjords" Cruise
P&O's "Iceland and the Fjords" Cruise is a 15-night affair which travels to European destinations in the Netherlands and Ireland. Departing from Southampton via the Artemis ship, this P&O Europe Cruise travels to such cities in Norway like Stavanger, Bergen, Vik, Flaam and Olden. This cruise then spends a day in Iceland before visiting Cobh and Dublin in Ireland before arriving back in Southampton. This grand cruise has previously set say in late May and early June.
P&O European Cruises - "Winder Wonderland" and "Baltic Capitals" Cruises
P&O European Cruises visit Germany during the ten-day "Winter Wonderland" cruise. After setting sail from Southampton on the Aurora ship, this cruise visits Amsterdam, Oslo in Norway and Copenhagen, Denmark before visiting Hamburg, Germany. This P&O Europe Cruise then visits Bruges in Belgium before returning to Southampton.
P&O European Cruises to Germany are also found on the two-week "Baltic Capitals" cruise, which also sets sail on the Aurora ship before visiting Copenhagen and then Warnemunde, Germany. From here, this P&O Europe Cruise visits destinations in Sweden, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Poland and Norway before ending in Southampton.
P&O European Cruises - Onboard Experience
P&O European Cruises also involve life onboard one of this line's five ships. Whether it's sailing on the Aurora, Oriana or Artemis, as examples, the experience will be very comparable during P&O European Cruises.
These P&O ships contain cyber stations for guests to access the internet while also housing a variety of entertainment facilities like bars, cabarets, dance clubs, casinos and other show lounges. Children on P&O European Cruises can hang out in equipped play rooms while engaging in a variety of interactive activities. These P&O ships also offer club, select and freedom dining options for those guests with different dining tastes and needs.
And when it comes to onboard activities among bigger cruise lines, P&O stands out by offering wine tasting, dancing and many other classes. P&O guests and passengers may also hang out at the pools and spas onboard these wonderful vessels.
P&O European Cruises - Discounts
For the latest information and news on updated discounts, deals and specials for P&O European Cruises with the previously mentioned ships, be sure to frequently visit www.CruiseNetwork.com. Book online or call 888-267-1232 to speak with an experienced Cruise Specialist, who is ready to answer any of your cruising questions and concerns.