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Vacationing From Your Home In Brittany Alabang

Summer is almost here, and you may be sitting in your house in Brittany Alabang wondering what you’ll do or where you’ll go. If you’d like to try something new instead of just going to a beach or resort, then you may want to try going on a cruise.

Instead of just staying in your property for sale or flying to a single destination, going on a cruise will enable you to see and enjoy a number of places on a single journey, and you won’t have to worry about getting lost or being left behind by the ship. A cruise ship also takes care of all the needs of the vacationers, including high-end amenities and accommodations.

There are plenty of cruise operators all over the world, offering trips to different groups of vacations spots. A person planning to go on a cruise vacation must check the itinerary of different cruise liners and decide on the places that he will be enjoying more.

The following are examples of cruise vacations that cover groups of places to see:

Danube Cruise

The Danube Cruise is an 8-day journey that covers the great cities and the simple, little villages along the banks of the beautiful Danube River.

The trip starts from Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, where travelers board the ship from the airport. After boarding, passengers can choose between relaxing in the ship and exploring on their own or by joining an organized tour of the city. The passengers will experience in the evening a traditional Hungarian dinner.

The cruise features the following activities:

● A panoramic tour of the high-end side of Budapest giving the passengers the opportunity to admire the 19th and 20th century mansions along Andrassy Avenue, the National Opera House, the government buildings, the Chain Bridge, and the rest of the city.
● A tour of Vienna, Austria showcasing the Ringstrasse, the baroque architecture, the St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg Palace, and the world-renowned Opera House.
● A tour of Melk, Austria, sailing through the Wachau Valley to the Benedictine Abbey, offering the passengers the chance to experience the interior of the baroque architecture and the extensive collection of medieval manuscripts.
● A visit at Passau, Germany, located at the confluence of the Inn, Ilz, and Danube Rivers. The stay at Passau enables the passengers to take a guided walk on the town’s narrow streets flanked by patrician houses and experience the 17,000 pipe organ at the baroque St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
● The next stop will be Regensburg, Germany, considered as one of Europe’s well-preserved medieval cities. The passengers can experience the largest collection of 13th – 14th century church spires, patrician houses, and towers north of the Alps. There is also the chance to experience Germany’s oldest restaurant, the Alte Wurkstkuche.
● Sailing through the Main-Danube Canal, a 106-mile engineering marvel that began as Charlemagne’s dream in 793 and was completed only in 1992. The trip will take the passengers to former Nazi parade grounds, the Zeppelin Fields, and the Palace of Justice made famous by the Nuremberg Trials.
The cruise ends at Nuremberg on the 8th day where the passengers disembark and proceed to the airport for their return flight.

Cities of Light Cruise

The cruise is a 12-day journey that features two nights stay in Paris and Prague, two of Europe’s most glorious cities plus a cruise along the Moselle, Rhine, and Main Rivers. The cruise offers the opportunity to enjoy the picturesque view of vineyard-covered hillsides and the beautiful German villages in the wine-producing regions.

The cruise has Paris, France for its starting point. The cruise participants arrive at the Charles de Gaulle airport from where they will proceed to their 2-night stay in a hotel. After checking-in, the participants have a free time to explore the city or join a “welcome walk” to get oriented with the city. The cruise includes the following activities:

The cruise is a 12-day journey that features two nights stay in Paris and Prague, two of Europe’s most glorious cities plus a cruise along the Moselle, Rhine, and Main Rivers. The cruise offers the opportunity to enjoy the picturesque view of vineyard-covered hillsides and the beautiful German villages in the wine-producing regions.

The cruise has Paris, France for its starting point. The cruise participants arrive at the Charles de Gaulle airport from where they will proceed to their 2-night stay in a hotel. After checking-in, the participants have a free time to explore the city or join a “welcome walk” to get oriented with the city. The cruise includes the following activities:

● A tour of Paris that starts with a sight-seeing trip through the Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Louvre. The rest of the day may be spent exploring museums, or a night cruise along the Seine River.
● A tour of Luxembourg, Luxembourg to visit the city’s American Cemetery to pay respect to American soldiers who died at the Battle of the Bulge during WWII. There will be a guided tour of the city after which the participants will have to embark their ship.
● A morning tour of Germany’s oldest city, Trier, that is located on the banks of the Moselle River. After lunch aboard, the participants can enjoy a scenic cruise along the Moselle River until the ship docks at Bernkastel by dinnertime.
● A walking tour through the town of Cochem with its imposing Reichsburg Castle followed by a sail through Moselle to Koblenz where the passengers can explore the cafes along the cobbled streets.
● A land tour of Koblenz to see the Maksburg Castle that provides a veritable journey into the Medieval Ages, followed by a cruise through the Middle Rhine to Rudesheim.
● An excursion to Heidelberg, Germany to appreciate the red sandstone ruins of Heidelberg Castle and a walk through the Old Town and marketplace.
● A visit to the Franconian wine town of Wurzburg.
● A scenic cruise along the Main River through Germany’s Franconia region. There is the opportunity to walk through the Old Town and taste Rauchbier, the famous locally brewed smoky beer.
● A top at Bamberg to visit the city of Nuremberg to see the Zeppelin Field and the Palace of Justice, site of the infamous Nuremberg Trials.
● A tour of the “City of a Hundred Spires”, Prague in the Czech Republic. The highlights of the stay are a guided tour inside Prague Castle and a visit to St. Vitus Cathedral.
The cruise ends at Prague where the participants can take their return flight, or instead of going back right away to their home in Brittany Alabang, they may decide to have an extended stay at the city and discover more places.

Other Cruises

Just as there is an abundance of property for sale by Brittany Alabang, there is also no shortage of vacation cruises that can take you to different places in the world, from the freezing Alaska to the sweltering heat of Asia and Africa. Browse the different offerings of the various cruise lines to find out what is the best cruise vacation for you.

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