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Grand Voyage from Southampton Cruise

  • Departure DateTue 13th Apr 2021
  • MSC Cruises MSC Preziosa
  • 5 Night Cruise From Southampton
  • Cruise Only From £379 pp

Itinerary

  • Southampton
  • Le Havre
  • Zeebrugge
  • Rotterdam
  • Hamburg

Highlights

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  • Gratuities Included

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Sailing from the UK - cruise based on sailing from Southampton, call to discuss transportation options.

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I have booked a few times with Scotland's Cruise Centre and always found the customer service to be excellent. Staff are always friendly and keen to find the best deal for you .

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Great service

Very helpful with enquiries after I’d made my Booking. If person I’d been dealing with was not available then another member of staff helped instead

Mrs Thomson / November 2020

Cruise Kings Excels Once Again

Once again our 2022 cruise bookings were handled effortlessly by Cruise Kings. In addition to this, Alana McEwan has worked tirelessly in order to resolve the issues surrounding our cancelled 2020 cruises & the headaches Future Cruise Credit's have caused. I can't thank her enough for everything she has done & for keeping me updated throughout. It has been a relief that I have been able to leave this in Alana's capable hands as opposed to dealing with the Cruise Company directly. It has been one less thing for me to worry about this year. I would highly recommend Cruise Kings (and indeed I do!) to anyone who is thinking of booking a cruise.

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Day 1 - Southampton

Arrive: Tue 13 April 2021 / Depart: Tue 13 April 2021 at 20:00

Despite its pummelling by the Luftwaffe and some disastrous postwar urban sprawl, the thousand-year-old city of Southampton has retained some of its medieval charm in parts and reinvented itself as a twenty-first century shopping centre in others, with the giant glass-and-steel West Quay as its focus. Core of the modern town is the Civic Centre, a short walk east of the train station and home to the excellent Southampton City Art Gallery that’s particularly strong on contemporary British artists. The Western Esplanade runs alongside the best remaining bits of the old city walls. Rebuilt after a French attack in 1338, they incorporate God’s House Tower, at the southern end of the old town in Winkle Street, which currently houses the Museum of Archaeology. Best preserved of the city’s seven gates is Bargate, at the opposite end of the old town, at the head of the High Street; it’s an elaborate structure, cluttered with lions, classical figures and defensive apertures. A shore excursion on your MSC Northern Europe cruise from Southampton can be the opportunity to discover the capital of England, London. For the visitor, London is a thrilling place. Monuments from the capital’s glorious past are everywhere, from medieval banqueting halls and the great churches of Christopher Wren to the eclectic Victorian architecture of the triumphalist British Empire. You can relax in the city’s quiet Georgian squares, explore the narrow alleyways of the City of London, wander along the riverside walks, and uncover the quirks of what is still identifiably a collection of villages. The capital’s great historical landmarks – Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and so on – draw in millions of tourists every year.

Day 2 - Le Havre

Arrive: Wed 14 April 2021 at 07:00 / Depart: Wed 14 April 2021 at 20:00

As you sail on your MSC cruise to France, you’ll come to Le Havre, the country’s second-largest port, which takes up half the Seine estuary. However, the town itself, home to almost 200,000 people, is a place of pilgrimage for fans of contemporary architecture. Le Havre – “The Harbour” – is the principal trading post of northern France and a port of call of our MSC Northern Europe cruises. Following its near-destruction during World War II, Le Havre was rebuilt by a single architect, Auguste Perret, between 1946 and 1964. The sheer sense of space can be exhilarating: the showpiece monuments have a winning self-confidence, and the few surviving relics of the old city have been sensitively integrated into the whole. While the endless mundane residential blocks can be dispiriting, even those visitors who fail to agree with Perret’s famous dictum that “concrete is beautiful” may enjoy a stroll around his city. A shore excursion on your MSC Northern Europe cruise can also be the opportunity to discover Rouen, the capital of Upper Normandy, one of France’s most ancient cities. Standing on the site of Rotomagus, built by the Romans at the lowest point where they could bridge the Seine, it was laid out by Rollo, the first duke of Normandy, in 911. Captured by the English in 1419, it became the stage in 1431 for the trial and execution of Joan of Arc, before returning to French control in 1449. Rouen today can be very seductive, its lively and bustling centre well equipped with impressive churches and museums. North of the Seine at any rate, it’s a real pleasure to explore. As well as some great sights – Cathédrale de Notre-Dame, all the delightful twisting streets of timbered houses – there’s history aplenty too, most notably the links with Joan of Arc.

Day 3 - Zeebrugge

Arrive: Thu 15 April 2021 at 09:00 / Depart: Thu 15 April 2021 at 19:00

Crowds tend to overwhelm Bruges nowadays – its reputation as a perfectly preserved medieval city has made it the most popular tourist destination in Belgium – but you’d be mad to come to Flanders. With an MSC Northern Europe cruise and miss it: Bruges’ museums hold some of the country’s finest collections of Flemish art, and its intimate, winding streets, woven around a skein of narrow canals and lined with gorgeous ancient buildings, live up to even the most inflated tourist hype. When you step ashore from your MSC cruise, the obvious start to an exploration of the city is the two principal squares: the Markt, overlooked by the mighty belfry, and the Burg, flanked by the city’s most impressive architectural ensemble. Almost within shouting distance are the three main museums, among which the Groeninge offers a wonderful sample of early Flemish art. Another short hop brings you to St-Janshospitaal and the important paintings of the fifteenth-century artist Hans Memling, as well as Bruges’ most impressive churches, the Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk and St-Salvatorskathedraal. Further afield, the gentle canals and maze-like cobbled streets of eastern Bruges – stretching out from Jan van Eyckplein – are extraordinarily pretty. The most characteristic architectural feature is the crow-step gable, popular from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century and revived by the restorers of the 1880s, but there are also expansive Georgian-style mansions and humble, homely cottages. Time and again the eye is surprised by the sober and subtle variety of the cityscape, featuring everything from intimate arched doorways and bendy tiled roofs to wonky chimneys and a bevy of discreet shrines and miniature statues.

Day 4 - Rotterdam

Arrive: Fri 16 April 2021 at 08:00

Your MSC cruise will lay anchor in the largest port in the world, Rotterdam, is a no-nonsense working-class city lying at the heart of a maze of rivers and artificial waterways that together form the outlet of the rivers Rijn (Rhine) and Maas (Meuse). After devastating damage during World War II, Rotterdam has grown into a vibrant, forceful city dotted with first division cultural attractions. Your MSC cruise of Northern Europe will give you the opportunity to see that the immense land reclamation work hasn’t obliterated its earthy character though: its tough grittiness is part of its appeal, as are its boisterous bars and clubs. Amongst the most interesting attractions to enjoy during your vacation in Holland, is Rotterdam’s Kunsthal, the museum of contemporary art, and the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum, which has an outstanding art collection including representative works from almost all the most important Dutch painters: both are in the city’s designated culture zone, the Museumpark. Other interesting sites to visit on an MSC excursion are the Oude Haven, the city’s oldest harbour, ravaged during World War II but sympathetically redeveloped, and Delfs haven, an antique harbour that managed to survive the bombs pretty much intact. Rotterdam also boasts a string of first-rate festivals, including the much-lauded North Sea Jazz Festival and the colourful Summer Carnival. The postwar period saw the rapid reconstruction of the docks and, when huge container ships and oil tankers made the existing port facilities obsolete, Rotterdammers promptly built an entirely new deep-sea port, the Europoort, jutting out into the North Sea some 25 km to the west of the old town. Completed in 1968, the Europoort is able to welcome the largest ships in the world, amongst which also the MSC cruise ships.

Day 5 - Rotterdam

Depart: Sat 17 April 2021

Your MSC cruise will lay anchor in the largest port in the world, Rotterdam, is a no-nonsense working-class city lying at the heart of a maze of rivers and artificial waterways that together form the outlet of the rivers Rijn (Rhine) and Maas (Meuse). After devastating damage during World War II, Rotterdam has grown into a vibrant, forceful city dotted with first division cultural attractions. Your MSC cruise of Northern Europe will give you the opportunity to see that the immense land reclamation work hasn’t obliterated its earthy character though: its tough grittiness is part of its appeal, as are its boisterous bars and clubs. Amongst the most interesting attractions to enjoy during your vacation in Holland, is Rotterdam’s Kunsthal, the museum of contemporary art, and the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum, which has an outstanding art collection including representative works from almost all the most important Dutch painters: both are in the city’s designated culture zone, the Museumpark. Other interesting sites to visit on an MSC excursion are the Oude Haven, the city’s oldest harbour, ravaged during World War II but sympathetically redeveloped, and Delfs haven, an antique harbour that managed to survive the bombs pretty much intact. Rotterdam also boasts a string of first-rate festivals, including the much-lauded North Sea Jazz Festival and the colourful Summer Carnival. The postwar period saw the rapid reconstruction of the docks and, when huge container ships and oil tankers made the existing port facilities obsolete, Rotterdammers promptly built an entirely new deep-sea port, the Europoort, jutting out into the North Sea some 25 km to the west of the old town. Completed in 1968, the Europoort is able to welcome the largest ships in the world, amongst which also the MSC cruise ships.

Day 6 - Hamburg

Arrive: Sun 18 April 2021 at 08:00 / Depart: Sun 18 April 2021

Located between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, Hamburg will fascinate you from the moment you first set eyes on its elegant and austere buildings looking onto the port, one of the largest in Europe. When you reach this destination on an MSC Cruise of Northern Europe, you can get a taste of its glorious history. Hamburg is a cosmopolitan, wealthy and fashionable city, with an aggressive economy, that still prides itself of the title “free Hanseatic city”. It has, in fact, never cut its umbilical cord with maritime trade that has its heart in the port where your cruise liner will be waiting for you. Many tourist come here to visit the Reeperbahn, the red light district, but if you want to take in the atmosphere of the city, you shouldn’t miss an excursion to Speicherstadt (Warehouse Town), where the cobbled streets, gables and turrets combine to make the area on the other side of Zollkanal (Tax Canal) a world apart from the city opposite. Another city icon, St Michaelis, at the western edge of the city centre by Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse, is Hamburg’s iconic church and no wonder. More than any other building, the “Michael” mirrors the city’s irrepressible spirit. Burned down after a lightning strike in1750, it was rebuilt in Baroque style under Ernst Georg Sonnin but it again accidently caught fire in1906. In 1945, the Allies obliterated the roof and decor of church number three. Reconstructed again to Sonnin’s plans, it is now the finest Baroque church in North Germany. Probably the most gratifying attraction during an excursion on an MSC Cruise is the scenery you can admire from one of the best views over Hamburg: the 360-degree panorama takes in Speicherstadt, the container port and shipping on the Elbe, the Alster lakes, and the five spires of the churches and Rathaus.

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Cruise all round the world in luxury on the eco-ship MSC Preziosa, savouring the pleasures of the Mediterranean way of life. The classic design and detailed craftsmanship of our ships include a real stone piazza and spectacular features such as sweeping Swarovski crystal grand staircases and a magical ‘infinity’ pool. Award winning favourites such as the MSC Aurea Spa with beauty and wellness treatments melt the tension away. And the secluded luxury of MSC Yacht Club, a ship-within-a-ship of exclusive suites, butler service, dedicated facilities and private decks - all offer privileged access to the world-class leisure on board, including a full-gaming casinoand Broadway -scale theatre. Discover services exclusive to MSC Preziosa, like the delicious Eataly slow food gastronomy, the adults-only sun deck complete with spa treatments and the Tiki bar for kids and teens. From the splash-packed fun and games of the Doremi Castle kids aqua park, to Vertigo, the longest single-rider water slide on the seas, awarded ‘Best Innovation’ by Cruise International in 2013, there’s every facility for kids and teens. The Galaxy restaurant open-kitchen boasts delicious all-day dining and a panoramic disco that keeps the beat ‘til late ensures the fun continues into the evening. There’s all this and more to discover at your own pace on the MSC Preziosa cruise line, living in the Mediterranean style and enjoying every moment to the full as you voyage to the most beautiful places on earth across the seas.

Ship Cabins

Inside Bella

Interior Cabins from approx 13 sq.m to 24 sq.m. Double bed that can be converted into two single beds (on request), Air conditioning, bathroom with shower, wardrobe, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe

Inside Fantastica

Interior Cabins from approx 13 sq.m to 24 sq.m. Double bed that can be converted into two single beds (on request), Air conditioning, bathroom with shower, wardrobe, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe

Outside Bella

Ocean View cabins approximately from 12 sq.m to 29 sq.m. Double bed that can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, bathroom with shower, wardrobe, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.

Outside Fantastica

Ocean View cabins approximately from 12 sq.m to 29 sq.m. Double bed that can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, bathroom with shower, wardrobe, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.

Balcony Aurea

Balcony cabins from approx. 13 sq.m to 36 sq.m. Double bed that can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, wardrobe, bathroom with shower or tub, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe. Note: Certain Cabins 8134, 8136, 8137, 8138, 8139, 8140, 8141, 8143 have partially restricted views

Balcony Bella

Balcony cabins from approx. 13 sq.m to 36 sq.m. Double bed that can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, wardrobe, bathroom with shower or tub, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe. Note: Certain Cabins 8134, 8136, 8137, 8138, 8139, 8140, 8141, 8143 have partially restricted views

Balcony Fantastica

Balcony cabins from approx. 13 sq.m to 36 sq.m. Double bed that can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, wardrobe, bathroom with shower or tub, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe. Note: Certain Cabins 8134, 8136, 8137, 8138, 8139, 8140, 8141, 8143 have partially restricted views

Deluxe Suite

Deluxe Suites from approximately 21 to 26 sq.m. with balcony double bed which can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, ample wardrobe, bathroom with bathtub, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.

Executive & Family Suite

Executive and Family Suites from approximately 40 to 50 sq.m. With panoramic sealed window. Double bed which can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, ample wardrobe, bathroom with bathtub or shower, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.

Royal Suite

Royal Suites from approximately 52 sq.m. (including a balcony of 16 sq.m.). Double bed which can be converted into two single beds (on request) Air conditioning, ample wardrobe, bathroom with bathtub, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.

Suite Aurea

Suites from approx. 32 sq.m. to 41 sq.m. Double bed which can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, ample wardrobe, bathroom with bathtub, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.

Suite Aurea

Suite with a panoramic sealed window, approximately from 21 sq.m. to 25sq. m. Double bed which can be converted into two single beds (on request). Air conditioning, ample wardrobe, bathroom with bathtub, interactive TV, phone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe

Suite Fantastica Panoramic Window

Suite Fantastica Panoramic Window

Yacht Club Deluxe Grand Suite

Yacht Club Deluxe Grand Suite
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Average Customer Rating: 4.9/5Independent Service Rating based on verified reviews.Read all reviews
Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award

I have booked a few times with Scotland's Cruise Centre and always found the customer service to be excellent. Staff are always friendly and keen to find the best deal for you .

Mr McGinily / December 2020

Great service

Very helpful with enquiries after I’d made my Booking. If person I’d been dealing with was not available then another member of staff helped instead

Mrs Thomson / November 2020

Cruise Kings Excels Once Again

Once again our 2022 cruise bookings were handled effortlessly by Cruise Kings. In addition to this, Alana McEwan has worked tirelessly in order to resolve the issues surrounding our cancelled 2020 cruises & the headaches Future Cruise Credit's have caused. I can't thank her enough for everything she has done & for keeping me updated throughout. It has been a relief that I have been able to leave this in Alana's capable hands as opposed to dealing with the Cruise Company directly. It has been one less thing for me to worry about this year. I would highly recommend Cruise Kings (and indeed I do!) to anyone who is thinking of booking a cruise.

Mrs Waller / November 2020

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