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If you're looking for an unforgettable way to discover the best of England and its many marvels, look no further than a transatlantic voyage with Celebrity Cruises. Cruises to England from the USA bring you via fabulous ports like Cork in Ireland to Southampton and Portland on England’s picturesque southern coast. Visit historic dockyards, explore sleepy villages and traditional pubs, and visit the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge.
You’ll spend many wonderful days at sea as you cross the Atlantic, with endless opportunities for fun, relaxation, and comfort. Sip cocktails by the pool, or enjoy world-class dining, Broadway-style shows, and award-winning service. Days blend blissfully together as you relax on one of the most iconic maritime passages.
Though it’s best known for the legend of the Blarney Stone, Cork has established itself as a world-class destination for so much more, and you’ll see it first-hand on cruises to England from the USA. Visit the heritage center at Nano Nagle Place, a restored 18th-century convent that now serves as a popular museum and gardens. Take a stroll through the English Market where you’ll find traditional fresh-baked brown bread, local fruit preserves, fresh teas, Irish cheddars, and sweet treats to keep the spirits high. Of course, no trip to Cork is complete without a tour of Blarney Castle, and a kiss of the Blarney Stone to ensure the “gift of the gab”.
Southampton is one of England’s most vibrant, important historic ports, and a great starting point from which to explore much of the south of the country. Walk along the 14th-century medieval town walls and discover the fortified entrance at Bargate. Tour the Tudor house and garden at St. Michael’s Square and browse through the many Edwardian and Victorian artifacts on display in the museum there. Learn about Southampton’s role in aviation during WWII at the Solent Sky Museum before settling in for a tasty pie and pint at a nearby traditional pub.
The Isle of Portland is one of England’s most scenic ports, located in the south of Dorset, along what’s known as the Jurassic Coast. Portland is a short drive from many of the top geological sites that earned the region UNESCO-protected status, and a great starting point for fossil hunters and history buffs of all ages. Visit the Portland Bill Lighthouse for some spectacular views of the rocky shoreline below. Tour the Tout Quarry Sculpture Park and Nature Preserve to see stone sculptures of animals and mythical creatures. Search for fossils on Chesil Beach, and browse through relics of the region’s prehistoric past at the Portland Museum.