Honfleur to Dublin (Ireland) on L-Austral

26 April 2020
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1 - Sunday 26 April Honfleur 19:00
Lovely Honfleur was immortalised by Monet, and the brightly-painted boats and tall houses at Vieux Bassin are just as enchanting today. Quaint streets and artists' workshops lead to the medieval centre, and not to be missed is the oldest wooden church in France, St Catherine's.
2 - Monday 27 April Dartmouth (Uk) 12:00 19:00
Located on the River Dart on the coast of Devon, Dartmouth is the home of the historic Britannia Royal Naval College, which offers tours. The pleasant town has a cobbled market place, narrow streets and a mixture of interesting shops and galleries. Nearby is Agatha Christie's house, Greenway, which can be reached by ferry or on foot along the Dart Valley Trail. Boats from Dartmouth also connect with the local Steam Railway which visits other towns along the coast.
3 - Tuesday 28 April Isles Of Scilly (England) 08:00 18:00
The Isles of Scilly consist of five main islands; St Mary, Tresco, Bryher, St Agnes and St Martins. Most cruise ships anchor off Hugh Town in St Mary, where there is a 16th-century garrison, Bronze Age burial chambers and the sub-tropical garden of Carreg Dhu. There are many pristine white sand beaches and boat tours are available between the islands. Bikes can be hired on Tresco, where the Abbey Gardens include the Shipwreck Museum which exhibits figureheads from local wrecks.
4 - Wednesday 29 April Cork (Ireland) 08:00 18:00
The port for Cork is Cobh, a short distance away. Cork is the gateway to Blarney Castle and its famous stone, and to the Blackrock Castle Observatory, open to the public. Opera Lane and Patrick Street are the main shopping areas, with a good choice of cafes and bistros. The English Market is an attractive covered area with interesting shops and architecture, renowned for its fresh food stalls and patisseries.
5 - Thursday 30 April Liverpool (Uk) 14:30 23:00
The famous skyline of Liverpool's waterfront consists of the Three Graces ' the Royal Liver, Cunard and Port of Liverpool Buildings, now a World Heritage Site. Liverpool has several attractions ' the Metropolitan Cathedral, Tate Liverpool at Albert Dock which houses works by Warhol, Dali and Anthony Gormley, and the former homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Boutiques and shops can be found in the historic Cavern Quarter and the large complex of Liverpool ONE.
6 - Friday 01 May Douglas 08:00 18:00
7 - Saturday 02 May Belfast 08:00 18:00
The capital of Northern Ireland has fine Victorian buildings and a thriving port where the Titanic was built - Thompson Dock is a blueprint in stone of the ship's size. Belfast is divided into quarters, and Gaeltacht and the Falls Road are at the heart of its Celtic culture. Sights to visit from Belfast include the Giant's Causeway on the Antrim coast, and Mount Stewart house overlooking Strangford Lough.
8 - Sunday 03 May Dublin (Ireland) 08:00
Dublin port is only a few minutes by bus from the city centre. Dublin sits beside the River Liffey and is renowned for its hospitality, pubs and literary heritage. Among the sights are Trinity College which houses the 8th-century Book of Kells, the Dublin Writers Museum and the Guinness Brewery, which offers tours.
Code Category Status Latest Price
SP3 Superior Stateroom AVAILABLE £1882pp
DEL Deluxe Stateroom AVAILABLE £2045pp
PR4 Prestige Stateroom AVAILABLE £2318pp
PR5 Prestige Stateroom AVAILABLE £2445pp
PR6 Prestige Stateroom AVAILABLE £2582pp
DS6 Deluxe Suite AVAILABLE £3700pp
PS5 Prestige Suite AVAILABLE £5118pp
PS6 Prestige Suite AVAILABLE £5382pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: £318pp; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
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26 April 2020EUR2070pp