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No FLY CRUISE from Dublin 7 Nights fm only 599 euro per person sharing

 

This cruise will certainly provide a splash of colour with the opportunity to visit some world-renowned gardens including Claude Monet’s celebrated garden at Giverny and the scenic delights of floral Guernsey. Cruise the beautiful River Seine with its panoramic vistas; discover a treasury of Gothic architecture in Rouen; and explore the Normandy countryside from Le Havre.

 

Sail from Dublin...Complimentary Coach from most parts of Ireland

7 Nights from only €599 pps

 

River Seine Experience

Ship: Magellan

Departs: Dublin 

Sail Date: Thursday 27th Aug 2020

Duration: 7 nights


Cruise Code: G043E

 

And remember, whats on offer:-

  • A more traditional and leisurely style cruising experience.
  • Smaller sized cruise ships accessible to more ports of call.
  • An excellent standard of friendly and attentive service.
  • Sterling is the currency on board Magellan, Marco Polo and Astoria.
  • A choice of eight convenient UK and Ireland departure ports including Dublin.
  • A wide choice of wonderful excursions at most ports of call.
  • Coach transfers from most parts of Ireland

 

Itinerary


27/08/20Dublin 

The capital of the Emerald Isle is, with its friendly locals, fascinating history, legendary literary tradition and charming mix of medieval, Georgian and modern architecture, a city of unforgettable character. It lies on the east coast of Ireland along the banks of the River Liffey. Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral, Trinity College and the beautiful square St Stephen’s Green lie south of the Liffey, whilst the glorious Custom House, majestic Four Courts and famous General Post Office add grace to Dublin’s Northside. Crossing the river the high-arched Ha’penny Bridge is one of Dublin’s most famous landmarks.

28/08/20At Sea--
29/08/20St. Peter Port, Guernsey 

For over 800 years Castle Cornet has stood guard over St. Peter Port. The attractive town is a delight with cobbled streets, steep stairways and alleyways winding their way down between the houses to a picturesque waterfront of grey and white stone buildings. Guernsey is geographically closer to France, yet loyal to the British crown, and this is reflected in the wonderful Anglo-French ambience around the town. The second largest of the Channel Islands has a wonderful coastline with beautiful bays, and pastoral scenery that includes the handsome, much-prized Guernsey dairy cows. The tax-free haven is perfect for duty-free shopping.

30/08/20Cruising River Seine
30/08/20Rouen (France)

Lying some 75 miles from the Seine estuary, Rouen is the historic capital of Normandy. Victor Hugo called Rouen ‘the city of a hundred spires’. Its Old Town is a delightful maze of narrow, cobblestone streets lined with fine half-timbered houses and wonderful gothic churches including the magnificent Cathedrale Notre Dame and the Eglise St. Maclou. Rouen’s Place du Vieux-Marche is famous as the site where Joan of arc was burned at the stake in 1431. Further upriver is the village of Giverny and the home of Claude Monet, who captured the beauty of Rouen in many of his paintings.

31/08/20Rouen (France)

Lying some 75 miles from the Seine estuary, Rouen is the historic capital of Normandy. Victor Hugo called Rouen ‘the city of a hundred spires’. Its Old Town is a delightful maze of narrow, cobblestone streets lined with fine half-timbered houses and wonderful gothic churches including the magnificent Cathedrale Notre Dame and the Eglise St. Maclou. Rouen’s Place du Vieux-Marche is famous as the site where Joan of arc was burned at the stake in 1431. Further upriver is the village of Giverny and the home of Claude Monet, who captured the beauty of Rouen in many of his paintings.

31/08/20Cruising River Seine
31/08/20Le Havre (France)

One of France’s main seaports, Le Havre sits on the English Channel at the mouth of the River Seine and evokes France’s post-war energy and optimism. Following extensive damage by Allied bombing during World War II, the centre of Le Havre was completely rebuilt, and in 2005 its celebrated modern architecture became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Le Havre is the perfect place to explore Normandy’s beautiful countryside panoramas.

01/09/20  At Sea--
02/09/20 Liverpool 
03/09/20 Dublin 

Note: In the event of adverse weather/sea conditions that prevent the ship from calling at one of the scheduled ports, alternative arrangements will be made where possible.

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