Hamburg – A Story of Survival31st March 2020
From the second you step foot in this stunning city you will feel an air of resilience, not only in the time-worn buildings but in the people too.
Cruises can be quite expensive and therefore it’s always worth trying to save a bit of money where you can when booking your cruise. One of the ways you can save money on your cruise is to book up to twelve to fourteen months ahead of the time, as soon as the itineraries are announced. We investigate all the reasons why booking early may be the best thing you can do for your cruise.
While most people associate cruises with sunny Summer weather, winter cruises are becoming more popular as well. Therefore, when planning your cruise, one of the first things you should consider is whether you want a hot and sunny cruise where you can enjoy the outdoors, swim and sunbathe or a colder one where the emphasis would be more on exploring new destinations.
So, you’ve finally decided to tick off one of your bucket list items and go on a cruise adventure. Congratulations! It’s probably one of the best things you have ever done. Your first time at sea can be a bit daunting, so we have compiled a list of tips on how to get the best bang for your buck and to help you find your sea legs.
While its fun for most people to enjoy a family-friendly cruise, there are times you just want to get away on a romantic break or an opportunity to relax and unwind. Adult-only cruises may be just what you need to guarantee some peace and quiet while being surrounded by stylish facilities and activities geared up towards grown-ups.
There is nothing quite like a luxury cruise to forget about your worries, while you chill out and have fun. Some cruises can however end up being quite stressful in that they have stops almost every day, are jam packed with activities, or those who have a multitude of kids if you’re simply looking for some peace and quiet.