Saturday, 7 January 2017

Cruise resolutions for the New Year

A #CRUISE holiday gives holidaymakers the chance to visit far-flung places and ‘off-the-beaten-track’ destinations, and is the ideal choice for a stress-free getaway, where food, accommodation and entertainment are all included.

Fred. Olsen highlights five exciting and unusual destinations to spark guests’ imaginations in 2017/18:

1. Nordfjord, Norway

The tranquil and enchanting Nordfjord offers breath-taking scenery in every direction, including the chance to pass the magnificent Hornelen, Europe’s highest sea cliff.

2. Prins Christiansund, Greenland

Dramatic icebergs and glistening glaciers; crossing the glass-like waters of Prins Christiansund is not to be missed!

3. Akureyri, Iceland

Magnificent scenery, Iceland is a ‘must’. Fred. Olsen offers an impressive whale-watching adventure from Akureyri – named on Lonely Planet’s ‘Best Places in Europe’ 2015 list – which is ideal for nature-lovers wanting to marvel at these fantastic creatures in their natural environment.

4. St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg is a ‘must-see’ destination in Eastern Europe. It is easy to fall in love with the beauty and elegance of the city, and visiting Peterhof Palace, the world-famous FabergĂ© Museum, and the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, will be top of your ‘to do’ list.

5. St. John’s, Antigua

Antigua is simply stunning, and for those looking for a relaxing holiday, with beautiful sandy beaches, a Caribbean cruise is definitely something to tick off the list. St. John’s has as many as 365 pretty beaches – one for each day of the year, so the locals say!

Go Holiday news :

Picture Credit: garciadiego769 via photopin, Prayitno St John's ~ Antigua via photopin.

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