Holland America Cruise
Travel 06 Oct 2022
Book by 31 Aug 2021
Saving £105 per person
- 2 nights Hotel Pur, Quebec City - Standard room
- 14 nights Holland America Quebec to Fort Lauderdale, - Interior stateroom Full board
- 2 nights Pelican Grand Beach Resort, Miami & Fort Lauderdale - Standard room
- Flights to Quebec via Montreal with Air Canada and returning from Fort Lauderdale with United Airlines, accommodation throughout and prepayable taxes.
- This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
Dare to discover authenticity! Local, modern, and always stylish - Hotel PUR is situated in the heart of the Saint Roch District which celebrates the eclectic and colorful side of Quebec City. Everything that takes place inside or outside our walls is influenced by our Quebec roots and vibrates to the rhythm of our culture, history, and entertainment.
Interior stateroom Full board
Day 1: Quebec City, Quebec
Day 2: Quebec City, Quebec
Day 3: Scenic crusing Saguenay Fjord
Day 4: At sea
Day 5: Gaspe, Quebec
Day 6: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Day 7: Sydney, Novia Scotia
Day 8: Halifax, Novia Scotia
Day 9: Saint John, New Brunswick
Day 10: Portland, Maine
Day 11: Boston, Massachusetts
Day 12: At sea
Day 13: At sea
Day 14: Port Canaveral, Florida
Day 15: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, Pelican Grand Beach Resort features an oceanfront pool, private beach, and lazy river tubing ride. Beach-inspired guestrooms feature a small refrigerator and 42-inch flat-screen TV. In-room movies, games, and music are provided, as is a coffee maker. Boasting unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean, the on-site fitness centre and Pure Spa offers Swedish massages, cleansing facials, and other spa services.
Flights to Quebec via Montreal with Air Canada and returning from Fort Lauderdale with United Airlines, accommodation throughout and prepayable taxes.
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.
A beautiful North American city with European flair, Quebec City offers 400 years of history and a thousand and one things to experience. With bustling streets, numerous museums and festivals, eclectic architecture, not to mention nature on its doorstep, Quebec City will amaze you.
Designated a World Heritage treasure by UNESCO, Old Quebec is the only walled city north of Mexico. As the cradle of French civilization in North America, it's a living history lesson with a remarkable mix of architecture, heritage, art and culture.
Sights within Old Quebec include the grandiose Chateau Frontenac, which has stood overlooking the St Lawrence River and Dufferin Terrace for over 100 years. There's also legendary Place Royale, home to the first permanent French settlement and Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, the oldest stone church in North America. The French influence is evident in the Quartier Petit-Champlain, a scenic district with narrow streets housing artisan boutiques and restaurants. A stroll along rue Saint-Jean is another must, with a string of shops, eateries, churches and historic buildings all creating a unique and eclectic ambience.
In the heart of Old Quebec overlooking the St Lawrence River, La Citadelle is the largest military fortification in North America. It was started by the French in 1750, but much of what can be seen today was constructed by the British between 1820-1850. Daily military spectacles are staged during the summer months.
Also within Old Quebec is Parliament Hill, an architectural treasure where Quebec's National Assembly convenes. This district also includes the Plains of Abraham, an oasis of greenery in the heart of the city; and la Grande-Allee where a bevy of restaurants, patios and entertainment venues attract locals and visitors alike.
If time allows, museums include the Musee de la Civilisation and Museee National des Beaux-arts due Quebec; at the Observatoire de la Capitale there are bird's eye views of the St Lawrence River and beyond; experience the breathtaking Montmerency Falls just 15 minutes from downtown; and all the family will have fun at the Aquarium du Quebec or at the indoor and outdoor waterparks of Valcartier Vacation Village.
Interior stateroom Full board
Named for the gold salvaged from shipwrecks off its coastline, Florida's Gold Coast, embraces more than 60 miles of beautiful Atlantic shoreline, from pristine Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
With palm trees swaying in the breeze, swathes of inviting sands and South Beach's famous Art Deco buildings, Miami is intoxicatingly beautiful. Its range of diverse neighbourhoods includes the popular Miami Beach, which is separated from the mainland by Biscayne Bay. It's here that you'll find gorgeous South Beach, with its dazzling pastel-coloured Art Deco buildings and lively Ocean Drive where terrace cafes spill across the sidewalks. Miami's beaches are adorned with iconic candy-coloured lifeguard towers and are ideal places to simply soak up the sun or indulge in some watersports.
When it comes to shopping, Miami provides an eclectic experience, from designer boutiques at Bal Harbour or familiar chain stores at Bayside Marketplace, to megamalls like Aventura Mall and Cuban delights of Little Havana. The Cuban influence is also evident in many of the restaurants, but if that doesn't appeal there's American home-style diners or steakhouses along with international flavours from all around the globe. Miami's nightlife is unsurpassed in Florida and among the best in the country, with rooftop bars, dance clubs and cocktail bars aplenty, particularly in trendy South Beach. You can also go salsa dancing, listen to live music or visit a comedy club.
Fort Lauderdale has undergone quite a transformation in recent years, having once been regarded as a haunt for rowdy college crowds, it now attracts a more genteel clientele, that tend to be more family or boating oriented. Along with 23 miles of golden sands there's a landscaped palm-fringed beachfront promenade, which is the perfect place to jog, stroll or blade along. Known as the Venice of America, thanks to the 300 miles of navigable waterways, Fort Lauderdale is a boating hotspot and numerous cruises are available taking you past mega yachts and mansions. Las Olas Boulevard is known as the 'style mile' and is lined with independently owned boutiques, lots of restaurants, lively lounges and sidewalk cafes.
Head north along the coast and you'll reach exclusive Palm Beach, while further still is Florida's Space Coast with the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and wonderful Cocoa Beach, known for its surfing. Alternatively, head south from Miami and explore the chain-link islands known as the Keys, while just inland is the watery wilderness of the Everglades, home to over 350 species of birds, alligators, manatees, mangroves and more.
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