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13-Night Kiel to Porto

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13-NIGHT

KIEL TO PORTO

ADVENTURE FURTHER

Go beyond the ordinary on this luxe-adventure voyage from Kiel to Porto, connecting the Baltic Sea to the Mediterranean. Along the way stay overnight in the iconic cities of Amsterdam, Bordeaux and Honfleur, the gateway to Paris and Normandy, for an extensive immersion into your destinations.

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PROMISES FOR A LUXE-ADVENTURE EXPERIENCE

EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR JOURNEY CONSIDERED:
Complimentary roundtrip commercial airfare always included. Complimentary non-stop private charter jet service for Antarctica.

EXPLORE YOUR WAY:
Choice of complimentary land excursions in every port.

SAVOR REGIONALLY INSPIRED GOURMET CUISINE:
Extraordinary culinary adventures with 6 onboard dining options.

RAISE A GLASS:
Unlimited premium pours to share with like-spirited travelers.

RELAX AND INDULGE:
Luxurious L’OCCITANE bath amenities in every accommodation.

EVERYDAY CONVENIENCES:
Prepaid gratuities and more.

13-Night Kiel to Porto

Sep 19, 2022 / 13 nights

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Starting FROM $14,039 per person

*Taxes and fees are additional and vary by itinerary.

Sep 19    Kiel, Germany   
Kiel, Germany

The capital and most populous city of the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein lies along the southwestern shore of the Baltic Sea on the Jutland peninsula. It’s a destination best known for a thriving maritime history, including the annual Kiel Week, the largest sailing regatta in the world. On the west bank of Kiel Fjord you’ll find a waterfront promenade near the north end of the naval base that offers seafaring views of rowers, canoeists, and sailors to satisfy the itch for all things nautical. You can find a patch of green at Schrevenpark. Complete with a quaint wooden bridge and lush shrubbery all around, it’s the ideal backdrop for a scenic stroll or picnic to escape the bustle of the city.

Sep 20    Kiel, Germany    Depart: 7:00AM
Kiel, Germany

The capital and most populous city of the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein lies along the southwestern shore of the Baltic Sea on the Jutland peninsula. It’s a destination best known for a thriving maritime history, including the annual Kiel Week, the largest sailing regatta in the world. On the west bank of Kiel Fjord you’ll find a waterfront promenade near the north end of the naval base that offers seafaring views of rowers, canoeists, and sailors to satisfy the itch for all things nautical. You can find a patch of green at Schrevenpark. Complete with a quaint wooden bridge and lush shrubbery all around, it’s the ideal backdrop for a scenic stroll or picnic to escape the bustle of the city.

Sep 20    Kiel Canal, Transit   Arrive: 8:30AM Depart: 4:30PM
Kiel Canal, Transit

In Kiel, delve into the extraordinary maritime history by visiting its namesake canal. The Kiel Canal is located at the root of the Jutland Peninsula near the border between Germany and Denmark and is among the world’s three major canals with the Suez and Panama Canals. The canal opened in 1895 and is now the world’s busiest artificial waterway, as it connects the North Sea to the Baltic Sea. Take the time to witness the Holtenau Locks at the northeastern terminus in action and see how the canal has been altered over the past century to accommodate more ships.

Sep 21    Amsterdam, The Netherlands   Arrive: 1:00PM OVERNIGHT
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The capital of the Netherlands located along the banks of the Amstel River, its namesake, is considered among the greatest planned cities of northern Europe. It has played a critical role in the country’s development, having once been the center of world economy and now known as a destination of open-minded values. Since the 17th century, the Jewish culture and religion has influenced life here, and you can see hundreds of years of their history throughout the city. Amsterdam isn’t known for its beachfront scenery, but the Zandvoort aan Zee beach, formerly a fishing port established as far back as 1100, now stands as a popular seaside resort town.

Sep 22    Amsterdam, The Netherlands    Depart: 1:00PM
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The capital of the Netherlands located along the banks of the Amstel River, its namesake, is considered among the greatest planned cities of northern Europe. It has played a critical role in the country’s development, having once been the center of world economy and now known as a destination of open-minded values. Since the 17th century, the Jewish culture and religion has influenced life here, and you can see hundreds of years of their history throughout the city. Amsterdam isn’t known for its beachfront scenery, but the Zandvoort aan Zee beach, formerly a fishing port established as far back as 1100, now stands as a popular seaside resort town.

Sep 23    Paris & Normandy (Honfleur), France   Arrive: 2:00PM OVERNIGHT
Paris & Normandy (Honfleur), France

Located along the southern bank of the Seine River, the charming port city of Honfleur is characterized by its picturesque houses with slate-covered facades, a captivating aesthetic that has been many the subject and inspiration for painters through history.
Known as the fashion capital of the world and the City of Lights, Paris has gained many monikers throughout its long history. Iconic tourist attractions like the Louvre, Versailles and the Eiffel Tower make it easy to see how the city has enjoyed such lasting power in the minds of wanderers and locals alike, but its smaller neighborhoods like Montmartre and Le Marais are where everyday life truly shine.
While France is world-renowned for its cuisine, Normandy stands out as a foodie destination. Local Camembert, Livarot and Neufchatel cheeses are delicious enough to entice travelers to stay, but a trip to Normandy is not complete without sampling the tripes à la mode de Caen, a French stew combining tripe with ox feet, vegetables, herbs and spices, cider and apple brandy.

Sep 24    Paris & Normandy (Honfleur), France    Depart: 8:00PM
Paris & Normandy (Honfleur), France

Located along the southern bank of the Seine River, the charming port city of Honfleur is characterized by its picturesque houses with slate-covered facades, a captivating aesthetic that has been many the subject and inspiration for painters through history.
Known as the fashion capital of the world and the City of Lights, Paris has gained many monikers throughout its long history. Iconic tourist attractions like the Louvre, Versailles and the Eiffel Tower make it easy to see how the city has enjoyed such lasting power in the minds of wanderers and locals alike, but its smaller neighborhoods like Montmartre and Le Marais are where everyday life truly shine.
While France is world-renowned for its cuisine, Normandy stands out as a foodie destination. Local Camembert, Livarot and Neufchatel cheeses are delicious enough to entice travelers to stay, but a trip to Normandy is not complete without sampling the tripes à la mode de Caen, a French stew combining tripe with ox feet, vegetables, herbs and spices, cider and apple brandy.

Sep 25    St. Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK   Arrive: 8:00AM Depart: 6:00PM
St. Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK

Legend has it that the enchanted land of St. Peter Port was invaded by fairies once upon a time. For proof, head west to the edge of the island to find a mysterious Fairy Ring known as Pleinmont, walk around it three times and make a wish. Aside from local lore, Guernsey is charmed as the second largest of the Channel Islands ideally situated in the bay of St. Malo, a mere 30 miles from the coast of France and 80 miles from the coast of England. Speaking of England, while Guernsey is considered part of the British Isles, it is not a part of the United Kingdom, as it constitutionally owes allegiance to the English Crown, but has its own separate legislature.

Sep 26    St. Malo, France   Arrive: 7:00AM Depart: 2:30PM
St. Malo, France

With a history dating back to the first century BCE, Saint Malo, France has a deep and profound past that has stood the test of time. From the monolithic menhirs and dolmens of the Neolithic era to the Celtic influences and traditions running through its music, festivals and language, this city holds a fascinating story that every explorer can appreciate. Famous for its remarkable ocean tides, the view of the difference between high and low tide in St. Malo cannot compare. Just outside the city limits are the captivating Rochers Sculptes, sculpted rocks carved by deaf and mute French artist Adolphe Julien Fouéré, hugging the cliffs of the Emerald Coast. The city’s Brittany heritage runs strong in its local fare and you can indulge in a helping of moules frites – steamed mussels and chips (fries).

Sep 27    Le Palais, Belle Isle, France   Arrive: 1:00PM Depart: 5:30PM
Le Palais, Belle Isle, France

About a 5.5-hour trip from Paris, Belle-Île has long been the secret summer getaway for Parisians and it’s easy to see why. Its jagged coastline rises out of the Bay of Biscay and has everything experienced travelers could want on an island, from beautiful beaches to a placid pastoral interior. The first landmark you may spot on your entrance to Le Palais, the capital of Belle-Île, is the imposing 17th-century Citadel Vauban. Sunworshippers and beachcombers can find a spot on the sand at Plage des Grands Sables, while surfers may prefer to catch waves at Plage du Donnant on the west side of the island.

Sep 28    Bordeaux, France   Arrive: 10:30AM OVERNIGHT
Bordeaux, France

There is no region in the world more closely associated with fabulous vineyards than the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bordeaux. Located in the southwest of France, not far from the Bay of Biscay, Bordeaux offers about 60 appellations, 9,000 wine-producing châteaux and 13,000 grape growers – more than you could possibly try. For an amazing overview of Bordeaux wine, journey up the Castles Route, which runs along the length of the Médoc peninsula. This road passes eight of the most famous châteaux, including Margaux, Pauillac and Saint-Julien. Not far off lies the mouth of the Gironde estuary, off the coast of Royan and the Grave headland, where you’ll catch the first glimpse of the famous Cordouan Lighthouse of Le Verdon-sur-Mer, the oldest working lighthouse in France.

Sep 29    Bordeaux, France    Depart: 10:30AM
Bordeaux, France

There is no region in the world more closely associated with fabulous vineyards than the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bordeaux. Located in the southwest of France, not far from the Bay of Biscay, Bordeaux offers about 60 appellations, 9,000 wine-producing châteaux and 13,000 grape growers – more than you could possibly try. For an amazing overview of Bordeaux wine, journey up the Castles Route, which runs along the length of the Médoc peninsula. This road passes eight of the most famous châteaux, including Margaux, Pauillac and Saint-Julien. Not far off lies the mouth of the Gironde estuary, off the coast of Royan and the Grave headland, where you’ll catch the first glimpse of the famous Cordouan Lighthouse of Le Verdon-sur-Mer, the oldest working lighthouse in France.

Sep 30    At Sea   
At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Oct 01    La Coruna, Spain   Arrive: 7:00AM Depart: 3:30PM
La Coruna, Spain

A province of Galicia, La Coruña (also known as A Coruña) holds a great deal of history that attracts the intellectual traveler. Home of the Spanish Armada and second-biggest port town in the country, it’s a city that invites explorer spirts to rediscover all its lost secrets and hidden gems.

About an hour away lies Santiago de Compostela, a beautiful cathedral to which many make a pilgrimage spanning 500 miles across the top of Spain. If you seek the beauty of nature within the splendor of historic architecture, La Coruña offers the Garden of San Carlos and the Gardens of Mendez Nuñez with verdant patches of bushes and palm trees sprinkled throughout paved paths amid cultural landmarks.

Oct 02    Porto (Leixoes) Portugal   Arrive: 8:00AM
Porto (Leixoes) Portugal

Along the Douro River in the north of Portugal lies Porto, the country’s second-largest city. It may be renowned for its port wine – the Ferreira Caves being one such famed cellar and one of the oldest port wine cellars in Portugal – but the city contains so much more for the explorer spirit to discover. Starting in the port of Leixões, your journey takes you to the Dom Luis I bridge, a direct link to Ribeira, Porto’s oldest district. One of Porto’s most significant sites, the Livraria Lello, is filled with historical, architectural, and literary importance, containing a world of books that any bibliophile traveler will find exciting.

13-Night Kiel to Porto

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