19 February 2020 - 53 nights

Brisbane to Southampton




  • 3 Nights at the 5 ★ Ramada by Wyndham Hotel

    19 February 2020

    RAMADA BRISBANE WINDSOR IS A UNIQUE AND BEAUTIFUL 4 STAR HOTEL NEAR THE HEART OF BRISBANE CITY IN THE LEAFY SUBURB OF WINDSOR. The Ramada Brisbane Windsor hotel features over 60 rooms, as well as business, lifestyle facilities, entertainment facilities and an authentic Italian restaurant. We pride ourselves on offering each and every guest a charming & authentic Brisbane experience. You will find that our rooms and conference facilities complement this well. So whether you’re looking to get away, to host a corporate event, or hold a beautiful wedding, Ramada Brisbane Windsor is the place to be. PARKING: Free undercover car parking RESTAURANT: Va Bene – Multi Award winning authentic Italian restaurant, open 7 days per week MEETINGS:Two conference rooms to host up to 50 delegates and an Executive Boardroom for 10 FACILITIES: Free WIFI, In-Room Snacks Menu, Laundry Facilities, Fitness Room, Sauna & Outdoor Pool

         
  • Brisbane

    22 February 2020

    Brisbane, the third largest city in Australia, is the state capital of Queensland and the most populous city of Queensland. The settlement grew from an original penal colony, established in 1825. Free settlers were permitted in 1842 and Queensland was proclaimed a separate colony in 1859. Due to its growing live music scene, Brisbane was nominated as one of the Top 5 International Music Hotspots by Billboard magazine in 2007.

         
  • At Sea

    23 February 2020

  • Great Barrier Reef

    24 February 2020

  • At Sea

    25 February 2020

  • At Sea

    26 February 2020

  • At Sea

    27 February 2020

  • At Sea

    28 February 2020

  • At Sea

    29 February 2020

  • At Sea

    01 March 2020

  • Manila

    02 March 2020

  • At Sea

    03 March 2020

  • At Sea

    04 March 2020

  • Shanghai

    05 March 2020

    As China's largest and most prosperous city, Shanghai is an international metropolis that draws travellers from around the world. Stroll past city sculptures along the Bund - a famous waterfront situated along the Huangpu River that's nicknamed a "Museum of International Architecture" because of impressive buildings lining the street. To view a classic Chinese garden in the city, the Yu Gardens are a must see. Shanghai's bustling markets are ideal for browsing for a wide range of local goods. This fast-paced, ever-evolving city offers an abundance of attractions and activities and is continuously offering new ways to enjoy Shanghai.

         
  • Shanghai

    06 March 2020

    As China's largest and most prosperous city, Shanghai is an international metropolis that draws travellers from around the world. Stroll past city sculptures along the Bund - a famous waterfront situated along the Huangpu River that's nicknamed a "Museum of International Architecture" because of impressive buildings lining the street. To view a classic Chinese garden in the city, the Yu Gardens are a must see. Shanghai's bustling markets are ideal for browsing for a wide range of local goods. This fast-paced, ever-evolving city offers an abundance of attractions and activities and is continuously offering new ways to enjoy Shanghai.

         
  • At Sea

    07 March 2020

  • At Sea

    08 March 2020

  • Hong Kong, China

    09 March 2020

    This former British colony brims with modern skyscrapers, ancient traditions and incredible food. A shopper's paradise, local shops and markets offer everything imaginable, from silk to jewellery and electronics. The highest point in the city, Victoria Peak, offers sweeping views of this vibrant city. Hollywood Road's temple and antique shops are worth exploring, or take a junk cruise and explore the magnificent bay. As Asia's culinary capital, your gastronomic desires are sure to be fulfilled.

         
  • Hong Kong, China

    10 March 2020

    This former British colony brims with modern skyscrapers, ancient traditions and incredible food. A shopper's paradise, local shops and markets offer everything imaginable, from silk to jewellery and electronics. The highest point in the city, Victoria Peak, offers sweeping views of this vibrant city. Hollywood Road's temple and antique shops are worth exploring, or take a junk cruise and explore the magnificent bay. As Asia's culinary capital, your gastronomic desires are sure to be fulfilled.

         
  • At Sea

    11 March 2020

  • At Sea

    12 March 2020

  • At Sea

    13 March 2020

  • Singapore

    14 March 2020

    Explore a compact, fascinating city-state that's truly global. A onetime British trading post, its diverse past is reflected everywhere, from its old Chinese quarter and colourful Hindu temples to its modern skyscrapers and common language, English. Take a short cruise along the Singapore River or a pedicab ride through town, or enjoy the quiet at the National Orchid Garden. Interested in Asian medicine? A special medicinal restaurant can prescribe just the menu to help you feel your best.

         
  • Kuala Lumpur

    15 March 2020

    The diverse capital of Malaysia blends colonial, Islamic and modern architecture, from the soaring Petronas Towers to the beautiful Masjid Jamek, once Kuala Lumpur's main mosque. Get a bird's eye view of the city from the open-air observation deck of the Kuala Lumpur Tower, the highest point in the city open to the public. Head to the air-conditioned Central Market to browse its stalls and shops for all kinds of souvenirs, with no bargaining necessary.

         
  • Penang

    16 March 2020

  • At Sea

    17 March 2020

  • At Sea

    18 March 2020

  • Colombo

    19 March 2020

    Colombo is a chaotic, bustling and very busy city, a melting pot of the different ethnic groups and religions that make it such a multicultural city. The largest group is the Buddhist Sinhalese, and this explains the presence of numerous Buddhist temples such as the Gangarama with its myriad of statues and the Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara, destroyed and rebuilt on numerous occasions. The Tamils have influenced the architecture of the city with their numerous Hindu temples known as Kovils. The Kathiresan temple is dedicated to Skanda, the god of war, whilst the Sri Kailasanathar Swami Devasthanam temple located near Fort railway station is one of the oldest Hindu temples and is dedicated to the goddess Shiva and the god Ganesh. However there is also plenty of western influence in evidence: the Dutch Governor’s banqueting hall was transformed into St. Peter’s Church in 1804 whilst the Dutch Period Museum, which contains historical documents and exhibits relating to the Dutch colonial period, was previously home to Governor Thomas van Rhee (1692-97).

         
  • At Sea

    20 March 2020

  • At Sea

    21 March 2020

  • At Sea

    22 March 2020

  • At Sea

    23 March 2020

  • Dubai

    24 March 2020

  • Dubai

    25 March 2020

  • Muscat

    26 March 2020

  • At Sea

    27 March 2020

  • At Sea

    28 March 2020

  • At Sea

    29 March 2020

  • At Sea

    30 March 2020

  • At Sea

    31 March 2020

  • At Sea

    01 April 2020

  • Suez Canal

    02 April 2020

  • At Sea

    03 April 2020

  • At Sea

    04 April 2020

  • Malta

    05 April 2020

    An island with a rare distinction, Malta is the only place to have been awarded the George Cross for valour. Described by Sir Walter Scott as ‘the city built by gentlemen for gentlemen', its capital, Valletta, is a beautifully preserved 16 th century walled city. Today, its imposing Grand Harbour bears witness to the Crusaders and Knights Templar who built here on their way to and from the holy land. For the best views of the city, take to the waterways in a ‘dghajjes' or ‘barkloris', a traditional Maltese boat.

         
  • At Sea

    06 April 2020

  • At Sea

    07 April 2020

  • At Sea

    08 April 2020

  • Lisbon

    09 April 2020

    Located on the Atlantic Ocean, Lisbon is a beautiful vibrant city. Visit the Royal carriage museum, the Belem tower or the monastery of St. Geronimo and the monument of Discoveries are only some of the many treasures of Lisbon.

  • At Sea

    10 April 2020

  • At Sea

    11 April 2020

  • Southampton

    12 April 2020

    The port of Southampton can trace its origins back to a Roman settlement on the banks of the River Itchen where Bitterne stands today. However, the Saxon settlement of Hamwic or Hamtun on the opposite shore of the Itchen is where Southampton’s early identity really starts to take shape. Unfortunately the wealth of this fledgling Saxon port attracted the attentions of Viking raiders who were, to say the least, bad for business. However, the die had been cast and Southampton traded through good times and bad until, by the early 19th century, paddle steamers started running regular services to France. A century and a half later the first car ferries plied the same routes helping to further popularise the idea of foreign leisure travel that the White Star liners and the glamorous Southampton built flying boats had helped to pioneered. Although the great liners were literally overtaken by the era of cheap jet travel, they never entirely disappeared and, gradually, modern cruising started to become more accessible and more popular. Today Southampton has three cruise terminals to copy with the unprecedented comings and goings of today’s massive cruise ships.

         
SUMMARY:
CRUISE ID: 169979C
Flight Outbound
Prices based on London departures
Call for other regional options
Hotel
3 Nights Pre-Cruise Hotel Stay
19 Feb 2020 -
5 ★ Ramada by Wyndham Hotel
Cruise
50 Night Cruise to Southampton
P&O CruisesArcadia
22 Feb 2020
Inside from
£7199pp
Outside from
£8199pp
Balcony from
£10049pp
Suite from
£16499pp

This fly cruise is covered by The Cruise Club under ATOL T7495

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What´s on-board Arcadia

  • Expansive art collection of 3,000 pieces
  • Relaxed and stylish surroundings
  • Exterior glass-fronted lifts
  • Over six places to dine across the ship
  • Luxurious spa with thermal suite
  • Three-tier theatre and boutique cinema
  • Over nine places to socialise and drink
  • Belvedere food court
  • Activities include yoga, Pilates and dance classes
  • Three pools and poolside dining venues

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