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25422881Apr 1, 2014
From: Norwegian Comunications CentreSent: May 21, 2014Subject: Beverage Packages Now On Sales

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Shore EXCURSIONS

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    Panoramic Cork & Old Midleton Distillery

    Cork (Cobh), Ireland

    Duration 4 hrs

    Irish whiskey is world famous and today, you’ll have the opportunity to visit one of Ireland’s most famous distilleries and enjoy an orientation tour of the city of Cork. ...
    Irish whiskey is world famous and today, you’ll have the opportunity to visit one of Ireland’s most famous distilleries and enjoy an orientation tour of the city of Cork. more...

    Irish whiskey is world famous and today, you’ll have the opportunity to visit one of Ireland’s most famous distilleries and enjoy an orientation tour of the city of Cork.


    Cork, a city of steeples and bridges, is a compact city in size yet diverse in its range of activities. Its quays that stretch all the way from Cork Harbour into the heart of the city welcome ships from the seven seas. The city center is actually a small island between two channels of the river with streets lined with shops, arcades and boutiques. Your panoramic tour introduces you to Cork. You’ll see the spires of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, the old Courthouse, City Hall and the renowned Bells of Shandon.


    A visit to the Jameson Experience in Midleton, takes you right into the heart of the cherished whiskey-making tradition. You’ll enjoy a guided tour of this beautifully restored 18th-century industrial complex, which includes a fully operational water-wheel and a copper still - the largest in the world. An audio-visual presentation breathes life into the Irish whiskey legend.


    You are invited to relax in the atmosphere of a traditional Irish pub and sample a glass of Ireland’s finest whiskey. Afterwards, why not visit the craft shop or the coffee shop at the Jameson Experience where you can lose yourself in the charm of another age.


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    • Adult from: 87,05 EUR
    • Child from: 69,46 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Titanic Heritage Trail & a Taste of Irish Coffee

    Cork (Cobh), Ireland

    Duration 3 1/2 hrs

    Tour is entirely on foot and involves walking on different type surfaces for approximately 2 1/2 hours and manage some steps. ...
    Tour is entirely on foot and involves walking on different type surfaces for approximately 2 1/2 hours and manage some steps. more...

    Join your expert guide on a walking tour through a town rich in seafaring history and traditions. Follow the footsteps of the last people to board the ill-fated Titanic, visit the Cobh Heritage Center and sample an Irish coffee at a typical pub.


    You’ll learn of the great ships and majestic liners that sailed from this port, full of emigrants in search of a better life. This was the last port of call of the RMS Titanic. As you walk through town, you’ll stop to admire many historical buildings and monuments, including the Annie Moore sculpture, the Lusitania Peace Memorial and the Titanic Memorial.


    You’ll also visit St Colman’s Cathedral and your guide will provide you with insightful information and share some stories of the Titanic and Lusitania with you. Stop at a typical pub and enjoy an Irish coffee. Visit the Queenstown Story in the Cobh Heritage Center and its exhibition tracing the story of emigration and the great liners that graced Cobh’s harbor in the past.


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    • Adult from: 113,43 EUR
    • Child from: 113,43 EUR
    DURATION 3 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Kinsale Village & Countryside Views

    Cork (Cobh), Ireland

    Duration 4 hrs

    A relaxed pace of life and beautiful scenery blend together on this tour through the picturesque Irish countryside with a visit to the sailing village of Kinsale. ...
    A relaxed pace of life and beautiful scenery blend together on this tour through the picturesque Irish countryside with a visit to the sailing village of Kinsale. more...

    A relaxed pace of life and beautiful scenery blend together on this tour through the picturesque Irish countryside with a visit to the sailing village of Kinsale. Travel via the Lee tunnel and the Five Mile Bridge to Charles Fort where you’ll stop for a perfect photo opportunity of Kinsale Harbour.


    You’ll drive to the nearby village of Kinsale and enjoy tea or coffee with biscuits. Admire magnificent Georgian homes and the Dutch influence of its architecture. With its broad harbor and rich maritime past, Kinsale is the perfect town in which to stroll. There are several small gift and souvenir shops where you can browse for that special memento of Ireland during your free time. The changing scenery unfolds at each bend of the road on your return.


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    • Adult from: 69,46 EUR
    • Child from: 60,67 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Blarney Castle & Cork Orientation

    Cork (Cobh), Ireland

    Duration 4 hrs

    Enjoy a visit to legendary Blarney Castle and an introduction to Cork, Ireland’s second city - or the real capital of Ireland as the locals like to call it! Drive to the little village of Blarney, lying in the shadow of Blarney Castle. ...
    Enjoy a visit to legendary Blarney Castle and an introduction to Cork, Ireland’s second city - or the real capital of Ireland as the locals like to call it! Drive to the little village of Blarney, lying in the shadow of Blarney Castle. more...

    Enjoy a visit to legendary Blarney Castle and an introduction to Cork, Ireland’s second city - or the real capital of Ireland as the locals like to call it! Drive to the little village of Blarney, lying in the shadow of Blarney Castle. It has remained one of the most legendary places in Ireland, nestled in breathtaking scenery and rich in folklore and legend. Enjoy your visit to the castle and if you feel adventurous, during your free time, you may try to kiss the renowned Blarney Stone. Those who do so, are said to be gifted the power of eloquence.


    Or instead, you can enjoy a walk through the gardens. Blarney is also home to Blarney Woollen Mills, one of the finest craft and gift centers in Ireland. Enjoy an Irish Coffee here and browse through the wide range of Irish clothing, crystal, linen and handicrafts.


    A panoramic tour introduces you to Cork. The River Lee flows through the city, connected by many bridges, that gives the city its distinctively continental air. It’s a University City with a unique character, a city of jazz, film, opera and theatre. However, it manages to retain the charm and friendliness of a country town. See the spires of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, the Old Courthouse, City Hall and the renowned Bells of Shandon.


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    • Adult from: 95,84 EUR
    • Child from: 78,26 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Cork on Foot & Pub

    Cork (Cobh), Ireland

    Duration 3 1/2 hrs

    A walking tour of the lively city of Cork and a stop for Guinness at a traditional pub is a perfect way to enjoy the charms of Ireland. Your guided tour enables you to discover the rich historical past of this vibrant city. ...
    A walking tour of the lively city of Cork and a stop for Guinness at a traditional pub is a perfect way to enjoy the charms of Ireland. Your guided tour enables you to discover the rich historical past of this vibrant city. more...

    A walking tour of the lively city of Cork and a stop for Guinness at a traditional pub is a perfect way to enjoy the charms of Ireland. Your guided tour enables you to discover the rich historical past of this vibrant city. Historic Cork is a city of steeples and bridges and was truly made for walking. Although its compact size makes it entirely visible from many vantage-points, this charming city offers an abundance of lovely Old-World sites for you to discover.


    Drive through the rolling countryside to the city of Cork and begin your walking tour. Follow your guide down the South Mall, one of the most gracious streets in the city, then cross the Parnell Bridge. From this point, you’ll have spectacular views and photo opportunities of City Hall, the bank, College of Commerce and Morrison's Island. As your walk continues along the quays, the slender spire of the Holy Trinity Church can be seen across the river. Stop at the Parliament Bridge to admire its gracious arch and gleaming limestone. As you approach the South Gate Bridge, the three spires of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, part of the city's skyline, suddenly come into view, giving you a perfect photo opportunity of this ornate church, which you will visit.


    Continue down Sharman-Crawford to Clarke's Bridge, a beautiful stone structure dating back to 1776, and continue on to Cork's bustling main thoroughfare. The classical limestone façade of the Courthouse, located in a street full of red brick buildings, is one of Cork's most enduring sights. Walk down North Main Street and Castle Street into the heart of this cosmopolitan city filled with pedestrian lanes, cafes, bookshops and antique shops. You will also stop at a local pub for a refreshing beer before the return to Cobh.


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    • Adult from: 92,32 EUR
    • Child from: 92,32 EUR
    DURATION 3 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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*Prices vary by ship and sail date. See Terms & Conditions

NCL makes arrangements for Guests for shore excursions solely for the convenience of the Guest; NCL does not act on behalf of or supervise the parties or persons who own, furnish, or operate such excursions, and the same are provided by independent contractors. NCL assumes no responsibility for, nor guarantees the performance of, any such excursion provider, and Guests acknowledge that NCL shall not be liable for losses or injuries arising from the acts or omissions of such provider.

Participation in activities and excursions may involve physical exertion, and may be potentially hazardous or dangerous. It is the responsibility of each individual to determine whether you are capable of engaging in any activity. Participation in any activity or excursion is at your own risk.

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