Northern and Western Europe Cruise - UK Hotels near Ports

Hotel near European Cruise Ports - UK and Continental Europe

Amsterdam canal and old houses

West – Northern Europe

Explore the unique beauty of Northern Europe, discover the charm of the
Baltic Capitals, or wander around the cobblestone streets of
historical cities in Western Europe and the British Isles.

A series of cruises depart to the Baltic Capitals, Norwegian Fjords
and the rugged scenery coast of Iceland mainly from May into September.

Book now pre and post cruise hotels near cruise ports in Western
and Northern Europe. Relax and stay in a hotel for a few nights
before or after your cruise holiday.

West- Northern Europe

British Isles – Baltic – Norwegian Fjords

The summer months are the busiest in this part of Europe. Cruising Norway’s fabled and shimmering fjords is one of the best ways to admire the wild and wonderful landscapes. Folow Norway’s fjord-carved coast and sail between towering granite walls laced with waterfalls, and walk in villages, surrounded by steep mountains, nestled in fairytale like settings. Visit the home of the well known composer Edvard Grieg in Bergen, take a scenic ride on the Flam railway, or view the Royal Palace and visit the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo.

A cruise to the Baltic takes you from the renowned architectural diversity of Riga, Tallinn’s Hanseatic Old Town, grandeur of St Petersburg to the attractive waterways of Stockholm and Tivoli in Copenhagen. Baltic cruises offer a huge variety of cultures and history. A highlight of many Baltic cruises is St Petersburg, a city home to pastel palaces and gold-domed cathedrals.

Some cruise companies combine Northern Europe with a cruise that circles the UK, or visits Zeebrugge or Dublin in Ireland. From Zeebrugge in Belgium you can spend the day in Bruges, one of Northern Europe’s best preserved medieval cities.

British Isles and Western Europe cruises sail to cities rich in art and history. Scenic beauty awaits you along the coastline of the UK and Ireland, and Europe’s Atlantic seaboard. The coastline is graced with charming coastal villages and old cities, rich in history and fascinating architecture. Stroll around in Scotland’s enticing Edinburgh, visit St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, or cruise narrow canals past charming gabled houses in Amsterdam and Bruges. Experience ancient ports, or visit some of Europe’s great cities such as Paris from Le Havre in France and Berlin from Hamburg or Warnemünde in Germany.

Cruise Ports

Amsterdam Central Station and tulips
Mövenpick Amsterdam
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Popular hotel located at Amsterdam Cruise Passenger Terminal.

Aerial view of Copenhagen city
Copenhagen Admiral Hotel
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Harbour hotel located a 5 mins walk from Nyhavn in Copenhagen Denmark.

Southampton cruise docks
Holiday Inn Southampton
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Cheaper accommodation within easy reach of Southampton cruise port terminals.

Cruise Ports in Northern and Western Europe
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation Points

    Cruises to the Norwegian Fjords mainly depart from Copenhagen, Southampton, Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Some cruise lines set sail from Hamburg, Kiel, Dover and Harwich.

    Main embarkation ports in the Baltic region are Copenhagen in Denmark and Stockholm in Sweden. Hotels can be found within close distance of the port terminals.

    Many cruise lines sail from Continental Europe’s main ports Amsterdam and Rotterdam, UK ports Harwich, Dover and Southampton and Scandinavian ports Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo.

    Some of the most popular companies include Holland America Line, MSC Cruises, Cunard, Royal Caribbean International and Oceania Cruises.

    You’ll find an amazing choice of accommodation in all ports of embarkation or disembarkation. Extend your cruise vacation with a couple nights before or after your cruise. Hotels are located within easy reach of the cruise ship terminal.

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