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Cruises from New York to Europe

Written by Julie Greiner
Sail the great oceans and take a cruise to Europe. There are cruises to Europe which port out of New York. The most luxurious and ultimate cruise lines offer passage directly from New York to port of calls across the seas to Europe. The prestige of such a trip which wraps you in luxury and pampers you with entertainment, museum quality decor, 5-star cuisine and panoramic views of the horizon.

Ports of Call to Bermuda, Lisbon Portugal, Seville and Barcelona Spain and Southampton England

Afternoon tea and beautiful pink beaches make up the perfect port of call in Bermuda. Hamilton is the capital of Bermuda and the best beach for a half-day visit is the Elbow Beach on the south shore. Viewing the highlights include the gorgeous Cathedral
of the Most Holy Trinity, a traffic box called bird cage on Front Street and of course Fort Hamilton. Duty-free shopping along Front Street is excellent for values in crystal, china and perfumes. Bermuda's comfortable climate is the perfect setting for a tee off. Bermuda doesn't have just a golf course, Bermuda is home to some of the finest courses in the world.

Lisbon Portugal has long been a favorite for travelers. From the Caiscais View of a Lisbon, Portugal Open Market seaside resort to the heights of St. George's Castle and the cobbled alley ways of the Alfama district. Cadiz (Seville), Spain was founded by Phoenicians New York Europe Cruisesin 1100 B.C. The Moorish marvels of Seville, the Alcazar and Giralda Tower, the fountains and palaces of Maria Luisa Park and the great Cathedral whose altar is decorated with 4,000 pounds of gold from the Americas. The cultural heartland of Spain is Barcelona. The Gothic cathedral, Picasso Museum, Antonio Gaudi's Church of the Holy Family are but a few of the sites you don't want to miss. Southampton, England is the beginning of a new world on your travels. There are museums, pubs and shopping which ranges from Harrods to open-air markets. There are more parks and green belts in England than any other city in the world.

Sail on the Holland America Prinsendam to Europe

The Prinsendam is an elegant ship - furnished with an unusual, spectacular art and antique collection, decorated with modern, refined ambience and is known to serves complimentary hot hors d' oeuvres, cappuccino and hand-dipped chocolates. The Prinsendam was purposefully built to sail the far reaches of the globe. The cruises sail with less than 800 guests. The award winning five-star cuisine and luxurious decor sets this ship apart from the norm. The full-service
spa and health club will help you stay in shape for your arrival across the seas. The Prinsendam was completely refurbished in 2002.

Cruise the High Seas on the Cunard Queen Mary 2 Ship

The Queen Mary 2 is not only the largest, longest, tallest and most expensive ocean liner in the world - the Queen Mary 2 makes you feel like royalty when you dare to sail with View of a Beach Sunset at Calscais in Lisbon, Portugal her. Her 14 decks, 5 pools, 10 restaurants, planetarium, Canyon Ranch Spa, personal butler and concierge services all surround you in an unsurpassed experience of luxury. You will be indulged with champagne and truffles and you may have your spiritNew York Europe Cruises rejuvenated at yoga classes and the Canyon Ranch Spa Club. The Queen Mary 2 has a grand ballroom and a full-circle promenade deck. There are activities such as the Oxford Discovery and a full-scale planetarium. After a 5-star dinner served upon Wedgewood china, you may dance until dawn in the grand ballroom or enjoy a sporting game in the Empire Casino. There is a branch of Harrods aboard to fill your shopping needs, a book shop, bridge and dance instructions, computer learning center, aerobics and classical performances by world-renown artists to enjoy.
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