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55 cruises

Northern Europe: United Kingdom, Jersey, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal

Dover Itinerary Northern Europe
from £5,913.12
price per person Taxes included
10 reservations in 36 hours
Seabourn Ovation | 8 Jun 2024
Duration: 14 nights
Departure from: Dover Landing: Lisbon
Itinerary:
1. Dover,
2. Saint Helier,
3. navigation,
4. Bristol,
5. Fishguard,
6. Bantry,
7. Foynes,
8. navigation,
9. Le Palais,
10. Bordeaux,
11. Hendaye,
12. Bilbao,
13. Gijon,
14. navigation,
15. Lisbon

Northern Europe: United Kingdom, Iceland, Ireland

Dover Itinerary Northern Europe
from £1,259.41
price per person Taxes included
2 reservations in 48 hours
Carnival Legend ® | 16 Jun 2024
Duration: 12 nights
Departure from: Dover Landing: Dover
Itinerary:
1. Dover,
2. navigation,
3. navigation,
4. Seydisfjordur,
5. Akureyri,
6. Grundarfjordur,
7. Reykjavik,
8. Heimaey,
9. navigation,
10. Belfast,
11. Dún Laoghaire,
12. navigation,
13. Dover

Northern Europe: United Kingdom, Ireland

Dover Itinerary Northern Europe
from £1,252.35
price per person Taxes included
5 reservations in 72 hours
Carnival Legend ® | 28 Jun 2024
Duration: 9 nights
Departure from: Dover Landing: Dover
Itinerary:
1. Dover,
2. navigation,
3. Holyhead,
4. Greenock,
5. Belfast,
6. Liverpool,
7. Dún Laoghaire,
8. Cork,
9. navigation,
10. Dover

Northern Europe: United Kingdom, Iceland

Dover Itinerary Northern Europe
from £1,333.54
price per person Taxes included
Carnival Legend ® | 7 Jul 2024
Duration: 12 nights
Departure from: Dover Landing: Dover
Itinerary:
1. Dover,
2. navigation,
3. Liverpool,
4. Belfast,
5. navigation,
6. Reykjavik,
7. Grundarfjordur,
8. Akureyri,
9. Seydisfjordur,
10. navigation,
11. Invergordon,
12. navigation,
13. Dover
55 cruises

History of Dover Enveloped by the passage of time, Dover stands as a monumental beacon of Britain's heritage. Situated at the closest point to continental Europe, it has served as the gateway to England for centuries. The iconic White Cliffs of Dover, symbolic of hope and freedom, have witnessed the ebb and flow of conquerors, traders, and travelers. Central to its historical narrative is Dover Castle, known as the "Key to England," boasting an extensive history dating back to the Iron Age and later fortified by the Romans and Normans. This town is not just a witness but a storyteller of England's tumultuous history. Climate in Dover Dover's climate is characterized by its mildness, a trait particularly appealing to those seeking to escape extreme weather conditions. Summers are pleasantly warm without being oppressively hot, with average temperatures hovering around 20°C (68°F), making it an ideal time for exploring. Winters are moderate, with temperatures rarely falling below freezing. This temperate climate ensures that Dover can be enjoyed year-round, offering a comfortable environment for all its visitors. Attractions and Places to Visit Dover is not just a historical gem but also a treasure trove of natural beauty and cultural sites. Beyond the White Cliffs, Dover Castle stands as a formidable reminder of the past, offering breathtaking views and a deep dive into history. The Secret Wartime Tunnels weave beneath the castle, offering an immersive experience into WWII strategies. For nature lovers, the Samphire Hoe Country Park, created from the material dug to build the Channel Tunnel, offers serene walks and stunning vistas. Each site in Dover tells its own unique story, inviting exploration and discovery. Local Cuisine and Specialty Products The culinary landscape of Dover is as rich and varied as its history. Known for its fresh seafood, the town boasts dishes like Dover sole, celebrated worldwide for its delicate taste. Local pubs and restaurants also offer traditional English fare, from hearty stews to the classic fish and chips, often with a contemporary twist. Regional produce, like Kentish apples and artisanal cheeses, add to the gastronomic experience, making Dover a must-visit for food enthusiasts. Concluding Remarks: Embark on a Cruise from Dover Embarking on a cruise from Dover is not just a journey; it's an adventure steeped in history, natural beauty, and culinary delights. This port, renowned for its strategic importance and breathtaking views, serves as the perfect gateway to exploring the British Isles and beyond. With its convenient location, temperate climate, and rich cultural tapestry, Dover invites cruisers to begin their voyage in a city that promises an unforgettable experience. Whether you're drawn by the call of history, the allure of gastronomy, or the simple joy of scenic landscapes, Dover is a destination that transcends expectations, making it an ideal starting point for your next cruise adventure.

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