New no-fly cruises departing from London
Voyages to Antiquity provide award-winning small-ship cruises to the historic, cultural and artistic heart of Europe.
These memorable journeys range from Athens, Rome and other great centres of antiquity to the Greek Islands, the glamorous Cote d’Azur and the wine regions of Portugal and France. They also journey on to the romantic Cornish coast in the west of England, the highlands and islands of Scotland and the dramatic volcanic landscapes of Iceland.
Our new 2017 programme offers our first dedicated no-fly cruises around the British Isles and to Iceland departing from London. You can now discover these destinations without the inconvenience of flying. From the charming island of Guernsey and the great cities of Dublin and Edinburgh, to the starkly beautiful volcanic landscapes of lava fields, geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, glaciers and black-sand beaches of stunning Iceland.
Cabins are selling fast with no-fly cruises starting from £2,295pp, including all meals, wine with dinner and gratuities on board, plus shore excursions and a guest speaker programme. If you book before 31 July, you can also save up to £800 per cabin*.
To learn more about these fantastic destinations and our boutique small-ship Aegean Odyssey, request the 2017 brochure today by visiting www.voyagestoantiquity.com/brochures or call our friendly Reservations team on 01865 302550 quoting SURF16
We look forward to welcoming you on board soon.
*Saver fares are per person, based on double occupancy and vary depending on cruise and cabin category selected. Fares are subject to change after 31 July 2016 and may be withdrawn at any time.
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