If you're an avid traveller seeking a unique destination, Gibraltar should be on your cruise radar. This charming piece of land, with its stunning landscapes and rich history, offers more than meets the eye.
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory found at the southernmost tip of Spain. The tiny city, just 6.7 square kilometres, sits on the Mediterranean and has a rich history and a fascinating appeal as a British city in the sun. Cruising to Gibraltar gets you right into the heart of the city. Whether it’s the famous rock, the monkeys or the cable car, you’ll be sure to find something you love in Gibraltar.
Here are five reasons why cruising to Gibraltar should be your next adventure.
The Panama Canal is one of the most impressive engineering feats in history. It took over 10 years to build and cost the lives of over 25,000 workers.
Today, it is one of the most important shipping lanes in the world, carrying billions of dollars worth of cargo each year. Cruising through the Panama Canal is a truly unique experience that you will never forget. Here are just a few of the reasons why you should cruise the Panama Canal:
Whether an Australian port forms part of your cruise itinerary or marks your point of embarkation, this vast island holds many ports which showcase some of its natural wonders, rich culture, mouth-watering fare, and abundant wildlife. Australian ports of call offer a banquet of experiences for all tastes and the climate isn’t too bad either.
Steph from Cruise with Amber spent 10 months travelling around Australia and in this post, she takes us on a short tour around some of the main Australian ports you’re likely to encounter on a cruise.
Cruising is often mistakenly thought to be an expensive way to holiday and visit some of the most popular destinations around the world. But in fact, cruises can be an affordable way to travel to almost anywhere in the world! What’s more, there’s extra things you can check or do to possibly save even more money.
Below are five of our top money saving tips to use to hopefully help save you money when booking your next cruise holiday…
Europe's largest cruise show is about to get even bigger and a whole lot better too! This year, The Cruise Show is celebrating it's 10th anniversary so there's never been a better time to visit.
The Cruise Show will take place in Birmingham at the NEC on 16-17 September 2017 and in London at Oylmpia on 17-18 February 2018.
1. Set A Budget!
It’s very important to set yourself a budget before booking any holiday, not only a cruise. Setting yourself a budget will mean that you will be able to search for cruises which are within your price range. You may have a budget which allows you to look at the ultra-luxury cruise lines out there, or you may want to spend just a few hundred pounds.
2. Choose The Right Cruise Line
There are countless cruise lines out there, each offering something very different. Make sure when you book your first cruise that you find a cruise line which is suited to you. Are you looking for the ultimate in luxury? Do you want to spend time with your children on a family friendly ship? Or maybe you want to explore exotic destinations? Or perhaps you want a more traditional cruising experience?
The best way to find out about each cruise line is to visit their websites or watch videos about them online on YouTube perhaps. This way you’ll get to glimpse what a particular cruise line has to offer. Some offer a more traditional cruising experience, whilst others offer a more exciting modern cruise experience with innovative on board attractions!