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Winter Holidays with P&O Cruises

When it’s winter here it’s summer on the other side of the world. So why not escape the cold winter months by sailing off to somewhere warm?

Variety of destinations

White sand and palm trees are so much nicer than rain and grey skies. With a breadth of destinations to choose from including the animated beaches of Australasia and the scenic Canary Islands, the only problem you’ll encounter is that it’ll be too difficult to pick which stunning location you should go to.

Winter wonderlands

Colder destinations such as Bruges or the Norwegian fjords offer another winter holiday alternative that will take the festive season up a notch or two. With P&O Cruises, you can take in these marvellous winter wonderlands knowing that the comfort of the ship is never far away.

Magical Bruges

If Christmas had a smell it would be the smell of Bruges. Its magical Christmas market will give you a sensory overload. From sparkling ornaments to tasty chocolates, you’ll want to bring the entire market back on board.

Norwegian Fjords

For the more adventurous, the fjords of Norway are something you really have to see to believe. The photographs just don’t do them justice. Witnessing the waterfalls cascading down mountainsides as you sail through the narrow fjords will create a once in a lifetime moment. Luckily, you can always escape the cold with a hot drink in your cosy room.

All included in the price of your holiday...

✓ Your accommodation

✓ Dining in the main restaurants, lunch and evening buffets, daytime grills, pizzerias, food served in pool areas and afternoon tea in the main restaurants and buffet*

✓ Entertainment – theatre shows, music, comedy, nightclubs and more

✓ Children’s clubs and night nurseries

✓ Pools, gym, saunas and/or steam rooms*

 

*Facilities and inclusive sauna and steam rooms vary on each ship.

 

Find out about the places you could visit

Sydney

Sydney

Sydney’s name alone evokes visions of idyllic beach living. Add a healthy dose of cafés, bars and restaurants mixed with iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and you’ve got the ingredients to a place you’ll never want to leave. As one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world there’s also enough food options to satisfy any palette. The laid back and friendly Aussie lifestyle is definitely something everyone could use a bit more of in their life.


Find out more about Sydney
Most famous for...
its harbour, beaches, cosmopolitan cuisine
Oslo

Oslo

Scandinavian minimalism and stunning natural beauty blend perfectly in Norway’s capital. It’s clean and classy aesthetic represents all the best qualities of any European city but with an extra twist. While other cities like to show off with grandiose structures, Norway is more on the understated side of things. Don’t get us wrong, walking around its streets will take your breath away but in a more subtle way. Fish is obviously a big part of the local culture so trying smoked salmon is a must. And for desert go for a waffle-like cake called a krumkake.

Find out more about Oslo
Most famous for...
Oslo fjord, fish, parks
Cape Town

Cape Town

With a mountainous backdrop comprised of Table Mountain’s near vertical cliffs and the Devil’s Peak and Lion’s Head mountains on either side, Cape Town makes for quite an impressive sight. The city itself was built along the bottom of this rocky terrain and the colourfully painted homes that populate its streets create a vibrant atmosphere. The city’s glorious past and unique cultural identity can be felt in every part of town.

Find out more about Cape Town
Most famous for...
mountains, colourful houses, beaches
Hamilton

Hamilton

If you ever wondered what paradise feels like, we’re pretty sure Hamilton in Bermuda is the closest you’ll get to experiencing it. Watching the aqua blue waves wash up against the peach-tinted beaches creates an explosion of colour like no other. You can also get a glimpse of the country’s prosperous past by visiting locations like Flatts Village. Bermuda’s simple dishes, such as fish chowder, perfectly showcase that the simpler things in life can also be the most magical.

Find out more about Hamilton
Most famous for...
sandy beaches, fish chowder (natural dish), historical neighbourhoods
Phuket

Phuket

Let the sunshine warm your soul in Phuket, Thailand. With mountains that seem to be rising from the ocean, its mystical beaches are like nothing you’ve seen before. Whether you’re a sun worshipper or an underwater explorer, Phuket beaches feel like bliss. Make the whole experience that little bit more special by sinking your teeth into some local delicacies. The best part of it is that you don’t even have to spend a lot of money to eat like a king.

Find out more about Phuket
Most famous for...
street food, crystal clear water, snorkelling
 

How about one of these winter holidays?

Our breaks start from just £699 pp

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