Escape the start of Britain’s dreaded dark nights and head for the warmer shores of Italy, France and Spain this October from only £739 per person.
Sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not, you could be enjoying all this and more courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line onboard their striking, Norwegian Star.
You couldn’t ask for more from one ship – from waterslides to a wine cellar and golf nets to a fitness centre to a jogging track and 15 dining options – there’s no wonder Norwegian Cruise Line has been named Europe’s Leading Cruise Line for the 7th year running.
And if you’re craving an alcoholic beverage, head to Norwegian Cruise Line’s first 5 O’clock Somewhere Bar. This drinking spot offers a tropical experience with its sugarcane mojitos and Caribbean-style decor.
This fantastic deal includes just about everything apart from your drinks, speciality dining and some onboard facilities. However, if you book by the 31st August you can always take advantage of Norwegian Cruise Line’s Free at Sea promotion and receive a free premium drinks package, yes that’s your drinks for free!
- Day 1 – Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy, depart 7.00pm
- Day 2 – Livorno, Florence/ Pisa, Italy, arrive 7.00am, depart 7.00pm
- Day 3 – Cannes, France, arrive 8.00am, depart 6.00pm
- Day 4 – Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, France, arrive 7.00am, depart 4.00pm
- Day 5 – Barcelona, Spain, arrive 8.00am, depart 6.00pm
- Day 6 – At sea
- Day 7 – Naples, Italy, arrive 7.00am, depart 7.00pm
- Day 8 – Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy, depart 6.00am
- 7 nights onboard Norwegian Star, in an inside stateroom
- Full Board – all main dining and onboard entertainment
- Return flights from London Gatwick
Long associated with the rich and famous thanks to its annual film festival, Cannes has one of the most glamorous postcodes on the French Rivera. But that’s not the only reason celebrities flock here, this sun-filled seaside town is also adored for its luxury yachts, palm-lined boulevards and private beaches. However, if you prefer to stay away from Cannes’ most famed tourist spots, you can always head for Le Suquet for a tranquil walk through the areas idyllic streets.
Barcelona remains one of Spain’s most visited cities and it’s all thanks to its quirky buildings, fantastic food scene and warm climate. So, when you’re not filling up on endless amounts of tapas and sangria, this Catalan Capital is jam-packed with tourist gems such as Gaudi’s famous unfinished temple, Sagrada Familia. And when the weather gets too hot, Barcelona offers the perfect escape with its city central beach.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||23 October 2016|
|Cruiseline:||Norwegian Cruise Line|
|Cabin Type:||Inside Stateroom|
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