14 Night Cruise sailing from Southampton roundtrip aboard Queen Victoria.
QUEEN VICTORIA captivates with her graceful splendour and a luxurious ambience so evocative of great liners past. With luxurious marbles, woods and rich fabrics she exudes elegance.
Warmly reminiscent of a more gracious era, modern technology combines seamlessly with her classic yet contemporary interior. Crafted to exude elegance with intricate mosaics, gleaming chandeliers and luxuriant marbles. Crafted too, for sublime comfort with plush carpets, rich fabrics and soft furnishings.
Highlights of this cruise:
The United Kingdom's premier passenger ship port, Southampton was home to the great transatlantic liners of yesteryear. The port serves as your gateway to Southern England’s magnificent historic sites, national landmarks, charming villages as well as the great metropolis of London. Southampton is the ideal starting or ending point for a memorable voyage.
With a certain unforgettable Baltic allure, the Old Town is like a picture postcard with charming side streets, fashionable shops and the Royal Palace all humming with the buzz of this vibrant city. Scattered pleasantly over 14 bridge-linked isles, this capital is a true delight, especially around the dreamy cobbled streets of an old town squeezed onto a small shard of land.
With preserved medieval walls, cobbled squares and towering spires, Tallinn is a fairytale city. Walk the walls and view the towers with fanciful names like "Fat Margaret" and "Peek in the Kitchen." See a colourful folk dance and perhaps shop for fine leather-bound books - a speciality.
Copenhagen was founded during the 12th century. So much is new and striking, so much richly traditional – from the ramparts of Hamlet’s Elsinore to the very latest examples of Scandinavian design. Copenhagen literally takes your breath away. Be wowed by the Amalienborg Palace, Christiana’s hippy commune and the delightfully relaxing Tivoli Gardens.
Visby is the largest town on the Swedish island of Gotland, around 55 miles east of the mainland. Set in the Baltic Sea, it appears on selected cruises to St Petersburg that feature a number of Scandinavian calls en route. The smaller isle of Faro is a close neighbour of Gotland, and the two are known for their ‘rauks’ a series of incredible, gnarled limestone formations around the coast that were created during the ice age. Other points of interest on Faro include a lighthouse, a medieval church and its use as a cinematic location; legendary director Ingmar Bergman spent much of his life here, and it features in a number of his films.
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