Family vacations can be tricky to plan. You may wonder, "Where should we go on a cruise this year? Will the kids like it? Will there be free time to explore for the parents, with some free time away?" But a cruise vacation can easily solve the question of where to go and whether to bring the kids. Simply put, cruises are welcome vacations for every member of the family. And if you're searching for ways to combine history, culture, and fun, look no further than a family Europe cruise.
For travelers who spent the cold-weather months falling in love with the whimsical aesthetic of Netflix’s romantic drama Bridgerton, a cruise to England will make the most charming European getaway.
To capture the spirit of Regency-era England, fans of the series would appreciate one of Norwegian Cruise Line’s Europe sailings that includes a visit to London (Tilbury).
For the history buff who can’t get enough of Netflix’s The Crown, a visit to London aboard one of Norwegian’s Northern Europe cruises will give them the chance to walk in the footsteps of royalty. From England to Denmark to the Netherlands and beyond, guests are sure to feel the rich history in every port.
London (Southampton) is one of the most popular embarkation/disembarkation ports for cruise ship passengers in the U.K. London and Southampton are both rich in history, culture, and entertainment, making them the perfect places to spend some time before or after your cruise. Are you looking at upcoming cruise vacations in London? Learn more about some of our top picks for things to do and places to visit in these cities as part of your Norwegian vacation.
Northern Europe is home to countless iconic cities and world-famous landscapes. The best way to see as many of these destinations as possible is on a cruise vacation. Norwegian offers a wide selection of Northern Europe cruise options that take you to cities like Tallinn, Stockholm, Reykjavik, and more.
From the scenic fjords of Norway to the charming cities of the Baltic states, Northern Europe offers many experiences that make it an ideal destination for a cruise vacation with Norwegian. With such a diverse climate and varying seasons, choosing the best time to take a Northern European cruise can feel daunting. However, deciding when to cruise to Northern Europe doesn't have to be complicated. Read on to learn more about some of the best months to sail Northern Europe on a Norwegian cruise.
Some of the most popular cruise locations for whale watching are Alaska and Northern Europe in the summer months and Mexico and parts of The Caribbean during the winter. Here are some notable destinations and whale-watching shore excursions that can bring you closer to these fantastic creatures.
Picture yourself at a waterfront café sipping an ice-cold glass of rosé while watching the world pass you by. Now, imagine a soft, sweet aroma wafting through the air as you stroll through lush lavender fields. Finally, envision yourself shopping until you drop at dozens of designer boutiques on one of the most famous streets in the world. You can do all this and more on a cruise to France with Norwegian Cruise Line.
If you are taking a cruise from New York or Boston, there's a good chance that your destination, or at least one of your main ports of call, will be in Bermuda. Bermuda is a British territory located in the Atlantic Ocean, around 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina. This island paradise is famous for its pink sand beaches, which are formed from the smashed remnants of coral and seashells.