Ultimate European Adventure

41 Night Fly, Stay & Cruise Holiday with $3000 Bonus Value Including Hotel Stay, Exclusive Package Savings & More

Deal Code: MC-103590

from $... per person
Book by January 3, 2022

Your 41 Night Fly, Stay & Cruise Holiday Includes

Flights
Economy Flights to London Returning from Rome

Your London City Stay
Bonus 2 Night Hotel Stay to Explore the City of London

Your Carnival Cruise
39 Night Cruise from London to Rome Onboard Carnival Pride in an Interior Stateroom
Onboard Dining Across A Range Of Complimentary Venues
Onboard Entertainment including Live Music & Performances

Bonus My Cruises Holiday Savings

General Travel Date Information
Set Sail on 20 August 2023

Day 1 – 2: London, England
Welcome to London! One of the oldest of the world’s great cities – its history spanning nearly two millennia – and one of the most cosmopolitan and most visited cities. Immersed in history, London’s rich seams of eye-opening antiquity are everywhere. The city’s buildings are striking milestones in a unique and beguiling biography, and a great many of them – the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben – are instantly recognisable landmarks. London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times. Enjoy a 2 night stay to explore at your leisure.

Day 3: Dover, England
Sail out of the seaside port of Dover today on this ultimate European Adventure.

Day 4: At Sea
Your day at sea will allow you to take full advantage of everything the ship has to offer. Seek out hidden treasures and make the most of the facilities onboard. All of the ship’s activities can be found in the vessel’s daily newsletter. If relaxation is on your mind then your sea day will allow you to sit back, soak in ship life and watch the world as it floats by you.

Day 5: Belfast, Northern Ireland (United Kingdom)
Explore Belfast’s cultural quarters—the Cathedral Quarter, the Gaeltacht Quarter, the Queen’s Quarter and the Titanic Quarter—the former linen and shipbuilding epicentre. Here, where the Titanic was so carefully built, you can see beautifully restored Victorian architecture. Enjoy the true Irish experience at the lively waterfront, which is a friendly hub of live music, overflowing pubs and modern art.

Day 6: Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Set round its natural harbour and fringed by high ground and cliffs, the town is a popular tourists’ holiday destination. Many visitors are drawn to the spectacular scenery of the Trotternish Ridge to the north as this wild area is dominated by weird and wonderful at the same time rock formations such as the Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock and the truly extraordinary pinnacles of the Quaraing.

Day 7: At Sea
Enjoy a relaxing day at sea.

Day 8: Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland’s capital and largest city was settled in 877 AD and has grown into an integral seaport and government hub. Even though it is a considerably advanced and progressive destination, it still uses water from nearby geysers to heat all of its buildings.

Day 9: Grundarfjörður, Iceland
Grundarfjörður is a small town, situated in the north of the Snæfellsnes peninsula in the west of Iceland. It is situated between a mountain range and the sea. The nearby mountain Kirkjufell forms a small peninsula

Day 10: Akureyri, Iceland
Iceland’s second largest city is home to integral ship ports and fishing centres. Enjoy a bustling nightlife and gourmet food amongst stunning snow-capped mountains and fjords or soak up robust folk culture. Whatever you choose, it will be memorable.

Day 11: Seydisfjordur, Iceland
Situated in a vast fjord and encompassed by snow-capped mountains, lies the quiant town of Seydisfjordur. There are few places on earth that are as picturesque or peaceful as this place, she boasts a range of colourful wooden buildings dating back to the 19th century including the famed Blue Church. You’ll more than likely see a waterfall as the area is home to 25 of these beautifully formed, natural wonders.

Day 12: At Sea
Enjoy a relaxing day at sea.

Day 13: Invergordon, Scotland
A popular port of call, Invergordon combines a superb natural setting of mountains, tumbling waterfalls, rushing rivers, magnificent gardens, and serene lochs—including Loch Ness and its famous resident. Some must-sees include the castles Dunrobin and Cawdor (reportedly Macbeth’s castle), the flower displays of Beauly, Culloden Battlefield, Shin Falls, Inverness, and Glenmorangie Distillery.

Day 14: At Sea
Enjoy a relaxing day at sea.

Day 15: Dover, England
You have no doubt heard of the White Cliffs of Dover, a truly stunning sight to behold. Dover is renown for its rich history and natural beauty which is evident through the medieval Dover Castle and the stunning views across the English Channel.

Day 16: At Sea
Enjoy a relaxing day at sea.

Day 17: Isle of Skye, Scotland
Set round its natural harbour and fringed by high ground and cliffs, the town is a popular tourists’ holiday destination. Many visitors are drawn to the spectacular scenery of the Trotternish Ridge to the north as this wild area is dominated by weird and wonderful at the same time rock formations such as the Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock and the truly extraordinary pinnacles of the Quaraing.

Day 18: Glasgow (Greenock), Scotland
Visit Glasgow, the beautiful port city on the River Clyde. Glasgow is famous for its Victorian art, nouveau architecture from the rich legacy left over from the city’s 18th–20th-century prosperity. Glasgow is a cultural hub, home to the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet & National Theatre of Scotland. Take time to enjoy this city’s thriving music scene & don’t forget to vist Glasgow’s acclaimed museums.

Day 19: Belfast, Northern Ireland (United Kingdom)
Explore Belfast’s cultural quarters—the Cathedral Quarter, the Gaeltacht Quarter, the Queen’s Quarter and the Titanic Quarter—the former linen and shipbuilding epicentre. Here, where the Titanic was so carefully built, you can see beautifully restored Victorian architecture. Enjoy the true Irish experience at the lively waterfront, which is a friendly hub of live music, overflowing pubs and modern art.

Day 20: Liverpool, England
With a history that dates back more than 800 years, Liverpool has been a major port for centuries. The awe-inspiring architecture, and amazing restaurants are just the beginning of this exciting city. The art scene is probably best known for the Beatles, and you can visit where it all began for them. The amazing galleries, theatres and museums make Liverpool a cultural capital.

Day 21: Cork (Cobh), Ireland
Ireland’s third largest city is a wonderful walking city built on the River Lee. Visit St. Finn Barre’s Cathedral, a wonderful, triple-spired example of French-gothic architecture, and spend some time in The Old Gaol, where original 19th century cells tell some fascinating tales.

Day 22: Holyhead, Wales
Welcome to the major Irish port of Holyhead. The highlight of this petite island is St Cybi’s Church, built by the Romans who also constructed the watchtower on top of Holyhead Mountain.

Day 23: At Sea
Enjoy a relaxing day at sea.

Day 24: Dover, England
Enjoy a final day in this charming seaside town before departing for the Mediterranean.

Day 25: At Sea
Enjoy a relaxing day at sea.

Day 26: La Coruna, Spain
Located in north-western Spain is the port of La Coruna. Here you’ll find monumental landmarks like the Tower of Hercules alongside a collection of small but immaculate bays and soft-sand beaches. Just north of the marina area, A Coruña’s old town also offers the opportunity for scenic coastal walks.

Day 27: Porto, Portugal
Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. In the medieval Ribeira (riverside) district, narrow cobbled streets wind past merchants’ houses and cafes. São Francisco Church is known for its lavish baroque interior with ornate gilded carvings. The palatial 19th-century Palácio de Bolsa, formerly a stock market, was built to impress potential European investors

Day 28: Lisbon, Portugal
Welcome to the hilly, coastal capital of Portugal. The views from Sao Jorge Castle will allow you to spot the cities pastel coloured buildings, Tagus Estuary Natural Reserve and the suspension bridge. Venturing slightly outside of the city opens you up to beautiful beaches from Cascais to Estoril!

Day 29: Cadiz, Spain
Historic, mysterious and romantic, the Spanish city of Cadiz is unique. It is generally considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe founded in around 1100 BC. An ancient port city in southwest Spain, almost completely surrounded by water, it contains enough history to enchant and intrigue you throughout your Cadiz cruise.

Day 30: Malaga, Spain
An exploration of Malaga will leave you intrigued with its blend of Arabian and European influences. The trip is only complete with a visit to The Alhambra, a fine example of Moorish art.

Day 31: Cartagena, Spain
Cartagena traces its roots back to the peak period of the Roman Empire, a city of juxtaposition between modern buildings and ancient ruins.

Day 32: At Sea
Enjoy a relaxing day at sea.

Day 33: Rome, Italy
Endless adventures await in Rome. With two and a half thousand years of history, art and culture, it is no wonder Rome is one of the most visited cities on the planet. Gaze at the masterpieces of the Vatican or walk into the past with visits to ancient relics, historic monuments and legendary museums. Or people-watch while sipping on an espresso in a quaint cafe.

Day 34-35: At Sea
Enjoy relaxing days at sea.

Day 36: Mykonos, Greece
Explore this quintessential Greek island with pristine white houses with blue accents and beautiful beaches. Once you’ve seen one of the famous sunsets, you’ll understand why this is the most visited island in the region!

Day 37: Izmir (Ephesus), Turkey
Izmir is a city on Turkey’s Aegean coast. Known as Smyrna in antiquity, it was founded by the Greeks, taken over by the Romans and rebuilt by Alexander the Great before becoming part of the Ottoman Empire in the 15th century. Today, its expansive archaeological sites include the Roman Agora of Smyrna, now an open-air museum. The hilltop Kadifekale, or Velvet Castle, built during Alexander’s reign, overlooks the city.

Day 38: Santorini, Greece
Santorini is one of the most formidable islands in the world, famed for beautiful food, pristine water and unrivalled sunsets, in the foreground are the post card whitewashed buildings. Perceptions are had about the lost city of Atlantis being located here due to Santorini’s subtle mystery.

Day 39: Athens, Greece
Welcome to Athens, the historical capital of Europe. Welcome to the birthplace of democracy, arts, science, and philosophy of western civilisation. Home of Plato, Socrates, Pericles, Euripides, Sophocles, Aeschylus. Athens is one of the world’s oldest cities. Its recorded history spanning around 3.400 years and it is being inhabited since the 11th millennium B.C. E. Today, under the shadow of the Parthenon, the contemporary urban scenery of the sprawling city reflects its exciting history, its multi-cultural modern personality as well as the infrastructure and facilities.

Day 40: Katakolon (Olympia), Greece
This quaint little seaside town on the Ionian Sea is the gateway to Ancient Olympia, where Greek mythology was born and the first Olympiad was held. You may still be able to hear the distant echoes of the ancient Greeks cheering as you tour the ruins of one of the most important and exciting sanctuaries of antiquity.

Day 41: Messina (Sicily), Italy
Stroll through Messina’s Piazza Cairoli taking in magnificent fountains and cathedrals, or sip Marsala wine at a sidewalk cafe. Messina welcomes cruise ship visitors with its lovely harbour, extraordinary architecture (much of which survived a disastrous earthquake and tidal wave in 1908) and wonderful food.

Day 42: Naples, Italy
Cruise to Naples, located on Italy’s stunning Amalfi coast, a city embellished in history. Touring around Naples’ grand piazzas, cathedrals and castles in the old centre will fill that cultural need. Pompeii is not too far either, a dashing city which boasts diverse cultural offerings and charming streets.

Day 43: Civitavecchia (Rome Port), Italy
Disembark your cruise today and fly home or ask us about our flexible flights and extend your stay.

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Carnival Pride

Carnival Pride charms, alright — it’s a treat for your eyes, your taste buds… and of course, your fun buds. Invite them all to come to enjoy the vacation that this ship is proud to offer.

Carnival Pride invites you to dine refined, from the zen-like simplicity of Bonsai Sushi™ to the art deco ocean liner inspiration of the Normandie Restaurant, not to mention the Renaissance-era allure of David’s Steakhouse. And of course, there’s the real, delectable substance under all that style. But for something a little more casual, loosen your tie… or maybe just throw it away and grab the main course (and fries) from our main man Guy Fieri, at Guy’s Burger Joint™. The Mexican heat’s optional at BlueIguana Cantina™, but make your next stop Cherry on Top™ — our candy-and-more store — where everything’s sweet.

You’ll find yourself with room to move at the Beauties Dance Club, and a hard time sitting still at Playlist Productions™. All around this cruise ship you’ll discover even more ways to stay cool, like an adult-only pool at Serenity, a fun-only midship pool featuring a retractable roof, plus Carnival Pride’s splashy onboard waterpark, Carnival WaterWorks™.

Alongside the pool is the big-screen, big-fun Carnival Seaside Theater™, while Seuss at Sea™ is a good time for kids who love a good rhyme too. (Like we do!) Camp Ocean®, Circle “C”®, and Club O2® prove that we’ve got spots for cool kids of all ages… while every cruise features a chance for anyone to bring their hottest moves to Lip Sync Battle™: Carnival, the fierce live show that kindly requests you show us what you’ve got, up on stage.

Travel based on Cruise Departure 20 August 2023

Prices are per person twin share in AUD, and subject to availability and currency fluctuations.
Pricing is subject to change until the reservation is confirmed. Accommodation is subject to change and availability.
Surcharges may apply. Flights may not be direct or operate daily. Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change.
Disruptions to cruising and itinerary may occur. ^Flexible Booking Conditions:  At any time prior to the due date of your second deposit, you have the option to 1. Change your departure dates OR 2. Cancel your booking, in which case My Cruises will hold all funds paid in the form of credit; which can be used for a future booking with My Cruises.  Changes made after the second deposit payment are subject to standard cancellation terms & conditions. Departure date changes are subject to availability & blackout dates. No refund will be given if you are not able to change your departure date as a result of alternate dates not being available. Your My Cruises Specialist will provide further details at time of booking.  Shore excursions and other items such as alcoholic beverages & laundry are an additional cost. Should gratuities or hotel service charges not already be included in your package, these are mandatory and charged by the cruise line to your onboard account on a day by day basis.
Itineraries are subject to change at any time without notice.
Please note – onboard benefits valued has been converted into Australian Dollars from the onboard currency. Details of the onboard currency can be provided by your consultant at the time of enquiry.
Due to security reasons, all guests must be on board 2 hours before sailing.
Disembarkation usually begins 2 hours after docking.
These fares/prices may change due to availability or currency fluctuations.
Please note upgrade amounts advertised may be based on lead in obstructed view staterooms.
Please note that a majority of US-based (including Hawaii) hotels impose a daily mandatory additional charge that is automatically added to your bill by the hotel. There are various inclusions provided for these resort fees. These fees are separate from, cannot be prepaid prior to arrival and are in addition to our advertised package.
Please note many European hotels charge a nominal daily City Tourist Tax which is utilised locally for tourism-related purposes and to improve the local infrastructure in the area. This tax is collected by the hotels directly from the customer and the amount can vary by region, hotel size or type. Local regulations state this must be collected by the hotel and cannot be prepaid.
All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia.

Please check Visa requirements for all countries visited on this itinerary.

China, Russia, India, Canada and the USA require visas to be arranged prior to sailing for all Australian passport holders.

For Non-Australian passport holders please check with the appropriate embassy.

** Low Deposit Policy
A second deposit (part payment) will be required/date & amount will be supplied by the consultant at time of booking.

Highlights

Cruise Line: Carnival Cruises
Ship: Carnival Pride
Departs: Dover, Port
Countries Visited: England, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Turkey 
Sail Date:
20 August 2023

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