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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterSeabourn is enhancing its Ventures by Seabourn expedition programme in northern Europe this summer, giving guests on board Seabourn Quest new opportunities to experience the region’s picturesque destinations.Designed for small groups, Ventures by Seabourn excursions enable guests to explore stunning waterways and fjords, secluded inlets and scenic islands via Zodiac inflatable boats or double sea kayaks launched from the unique fold-out water sports marina on board all Seabourn vessels.The optional excursions are led by an expert team of scientists, scholars and naturalists with a guide-to-guest ratio of 1:14 maximum.Guests travelling on board Seabourn Quest during its northern Europe season will be offered more than 30 Ventures by Seabourn excursions this year, including:Puffins, Eidorers and Guillemots on Vigur Island – Discover Iceland’s small island of Vigur, home to a harmonious gathering of thousands of birds, a beautiful landscape and Europe’s smallest post office.Fjord Journey through Prins Christian Sund – Experience the dramatic high mountain faces and scoured rock massifs by Zodiac, while looking for icebergs and waterfalls engorged by meltwater.Extensive Fjord Exploration to Trollfjord – Join the resident naturalist on a Zodiac to explore the sheltered fjords of Norway and the Lofoten Islands, discovering flora and fauna while watching for moose.As part of Seabourn’s ongoing focus on enrichment, guests will also enjoy a strong on board academic program, with Seabourn Conversations from the ship’s impressive expedition team, including: Ignacio “Iggy” Rojas, Ventures Leader aboard Seabourn Quest and expedition cruising expert; Dr. Coleen Batey, a Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at the University of Glasgow; Luciano “Luqui” Bernacchi, a mountain, ski and naturalist guide who has more than 20 years of experience; and Kara Weller, an Alaska native with a background in research for universities on both sides of the Atlantic.“Building on the success of Ventures by Seabourn in Antarctica, our Northern Europe guests will have access to intimate and exclusive new ways to see this stunning landscape,” Seabourn Senior Vice President Global Marketing and Sales John Delaney said. “With a wide selection of exciting excursions and meaningful enrichment content led by a world class expedition team, Seabourn continues to ensure our guests experience the very best that our worldwide destinations have to offer.”Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

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6 Geneva Switzerland from £48 Most winter visito

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first_img6. Geneva, Switzerland from £48Most winter visitors head to Switzerland for skiing and boarding, but if you’re happy to gaze upon snowy peaks from the comfort of a café cupping a huge hot chocolate, then Geneva is the city break destination for you. The views across Lake Geneva to the high Alps are amazing, but the city itself is a stunner, at its best in the quiet winter time when the snow falls on the cobbles of the old town and there is little more enjoyable to do than find a bar and revel in something hot, or alcoholic.Grab a great Geneva hotel 4. Malaga, Spain from £42Winter sun doesn’t have to be a long flight away; just a couple of hours in the air will bring you a healthy dose of the shine in southern Spain. While we’re not talking bikinis and pedaloes, it should be rather pleasant for strollimng the marina at Malaga checking out the yachts.Get a cheap hotel in MalagaMore: 10 best things to do in Malaga: a local’s guide 3. Riga, Latvia from £37Don’t be put off by its attractiveness to stag partying Brits, for the more civilised attractions of Latvia’s capital are coming to the fore. Riga has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in recognition of its world-class collection of Jugendstil (German Art Nouveau) architecture. Take a trip to the top of St Peter’s Church for an incredible 360 degree view of this Baltic beauty.Need a hotel in Riga? 2. Wroclaw, Poland from £32Wroclaw actually trumps Krakow in the nightlife stakes, but the bar flies are more student than stag, more local than lager lout. Join the cool kids at Art Café Kalambur, where a quick beer could turn into a long night – it’s open ‘til 7am on a Friday (or should that be Saturday?) 5. Dusseldorf, Germany from £43Bold, bright and brimming with sophistication, Dusseldorf is one of Germany’s wealthiest cities. Cutting edge, modern architecture mingles with high fashion and an arts scene to rival any major city in the world. But, if you think Dusseldorf is all work and no play you’d better think again. Head for the Altstadt, the historic quarter on the Rhine, otherwise known as ‘the longest bar in the world’. This is because there are somewhere in the region of 260 bars and brewing houses where you can join the party-loving locals for a beer or two, or three.center_img RelatedTravel bargains of the week: 6 flights for under £466 cheap flight deals, 6 European destinations: get away for less with our picks of the week all under £46 return.7 flights for under £47Check those prices! Yes, you can get away on the cheap. We wave our magic wand to find you this week’s flight bargains – all for under £47.6 flights for £60 or less!With flights starting at just £29, why not give in to temptation? ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 1. Dublin, Ireland from £28Ok, it’s cliché, and the Guinness Storehouse at St James’s Gate may lack the atmosphere of city centre pubs, but when in Dublin, as they say. And its Gravity Bar bar offers one the best view of the city. You’ll find yourself in this rooftop bar at the end of a tour through the production, history and famous advertising campaigns of Dublin’s most famous export.Find a hotel in Dublinlast_img read more

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