Category: Europe

Cruise Port: Amsterdam

At a cruise port stopover at Amsterdam we elected for a tour to the nearby countryside in search of cheese, clogs and windmills.

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Cruise Port: Akureyri

Akureyri lies at the top of Iceland, quite near the Arctic Circle. With a population of 18,000 it is a major regional centre in Iceland. It is also very familiar with welcoming cruise ships!

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Cruise Port: Isafjordur

Up in the north west of Iceland lies the small village of Isafjordur. It is a pretty town of just 2,600 inhabitants and its economy is centred around fishing.

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Iceland’s Golden Circle

The Golden Circle is a popular tourist route in South Iceland, covering about 300 km with primary stops at national park Thingvellir, the waterfall Gullfoss, and the geysers Geysir or Strokkur.

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Cruise Port: Invergordon

The cruise port serving the Scottish Highlands is Invergordon. For cruise passengers visiting this part of the world for the first time, a tour to Loch Ness or one of several other locations is highly recommended.

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Cruise Port: Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a delightful cruise port. As well as tours in the local area, there is so much to see and do in town itself. If you arrive during the summer cruising season there is a good chance that the Fringe Festival is on as well as the Military Tattoo.

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Amsterdam Canals by Night

Just as riding canal boats by day is a must, so too is cruising the Amsterdam canals by night. The city and canals take on a different life as the sun goes down.

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