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From the North to South of Europe - Pullmantur

From the North to South of Europe

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8 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS

  • Rostock (Germany) - Malmö - At Sea - Ijmuiden (Amsterdam) - Dover (London) - Cherbourg - At Sea - Bilbao
in SEPTEMBER
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559 *Taxes and other
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From Germany to Spain, travel through Europe with Pullmantur

The From North to South of Europe Pullmantur cruise is an ideal way to explore the Western European coastline by boat. The trip lasts for 8 days and 7 nights and takes you to the most interesting harbours in north-eastern Germany, southern Sweden, the central coast of the Netherlands, the British and French banks of the English Channel and the Spanish part of the Bay of Biscay.

This Pullmantur cruise starts in Rostock and ends in Bilbao. Our port of departure is one of those key German locales, an iconic spot in the northern part of the country, home to important historical monuments such as the Church of St. Nicholas or the New Market Square. For its part, Bilbao, the last stop on our trip, is a city that demonstrates that cultural life can thrive in a historically industrial locale.

In short, for a week and a day, you will discover the best of major European cities such as Malmö, Amsterdam or Dover, as well as stunning European landscapes, amongst them, those which you'll see on both sides of the Channel.

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Rostock, a must-see German icon

Rostock is the first city you will visit on this Pullmantur cruise From North to South of Europe. Located on the banks of the Baltic Sea, it is one of the most surprising German cities. Among all of its important monuments, Rostock boasts medieval walls and towers, the imposing Church of St. Peter or the fascinating Kloster Zum Heligen Kreu Museum.

Afterwards, our Pullmantur cruise continues on to Malmö, the third most populated city in Sweden. Malmö is a town that became increasingly "green" and focused on sustainable living after the economic crises of the 1970s and 80s. It boasts monuments like Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava's Turning Torso skyscraper and Malmö Castle, the only Renaissance fortress in Sweden.

"Visit Malmö, the sustainable city that has risen from its ashes"
More than 800 kilometres south of Malmö, in the waters of the North Sea, we'll visit Ijmuiden. This is Amsterdam's main port, the gateway to one of the Netherlands' three capitals. To travel to Amsterdam is to visit the Venice of the North: the city is full of stunning canals. Amongst the tourist highlights, a visit to the Van Gogh Museum and the Flower Market are obligatory.

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The English Channel and the Bay of Biscay, two important European destinations

Experience the magical spot where the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea converge, a strip of water that separates the English island of Great Britain from the coasts of the north-western France. Here lies the English Channel, one of the most striking landscapes in all of Europe. On the English border one finds find Dover, famous for being surrounded by fantastic white limestone cliffs and serving as a platform for travel to London or Canterbury, which boasts one of the most spectacular cathedrals in the United Kingdom.

Across the Channel, in France, our From North to South of Europe Pullmantur cruise will dock at Cherbourg, a decisive city for the D-Day landings, which marked the beginning of the end of World War II. For this reason, one of the main places for sightseeing in Cherbourg is the Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum.

"The white cliffs of Dover, exceptional examples of British landscapes"
This Pullmantur cruise concludes in Bilbao, the economic capital of the Basque Country and one of the most important cities in the entire Bay of Biscay. Over the course of the last decades it has turned into a city of outstanding contemporary Spanish architecture, with the Guggenheim Museum or the Iberdrola Tower standing out as reference points. Stroll through Bilbao and discover its more traditional side in Nervión. Afterwards, immerse yourself in the charm of the Old Quarter, also known as the Seven Streets district.

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