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Cross the Atlantic in luxury and style to the British Isles and northern Europe on an incredible cruise to Ireland from the USA. Depart from Miami or Ft. Lauderdale in sunny south Florida and head east, relaxing into eight fun-filled days at sea.
On cruises to Ireland from the USA, you’ll make an early stop in picturesque Bermuda, where you can explore the pink sand beaches and enjoy world-class shopping before continuing the journey east. Arrive in Ireland and England to discover green rolling hills, history, and old-world charm. Admire the canals, gabled houses, and art museums in Amsterdam, and stroll along the iconic Champs-Élysées while spending the day in Paris. Experience rich Flemish and French culture and explore 13th-century castles in Belgium. Immerse yourself in luxury on a Celebrity cruise to Ireland from the United States.
Known as Ireland’s “second city”, Cork is the perfect mix of traditional Irish charm, lore, shopping and dining, surrounded by green countryside, and near the sea. After arriving in the nearby port of Cobh, visit the stunning St. Colman’s Cathedral, and take a Titanic Trail walking tour before heading inland to Cork. Shop for fresh seafood, artisan Irish cheeses, and more at the English Market, which has been a vibrant center of trade since 1788. Pay a visit to Blarney Castle, a world-renowned landmark made famous by the Blarney Stone. Kiss the stone and, according to legend, you’ll enjoy the gift of gab for life.
Bermuda’s Royal Naval Dockyard is the first port of call on cruises to Ireland from the USA, and a popular stop for beach lovers, sun-seekers, and those interested in military history. At Dolphin Quest, you can get up close to these majestic sea mammals and swim alongside them. For an educational experience, visit the National Museum of Bermuda, where you can learn about the island's 500 years of history while viewing shipwreck artifacts and incredible oceanfront vistas from the massive cannons stationed at the front.
The city of Paris needs little introduction and has been a top destination for culture-seekers, romantics, and European adventurers for centuries. You’ll dock in historic Le Havre, within easy reach of Paris’ top attractions. In the French capital, marvel at the masterpieces housed in the Louvre Museum, including the Venus de Milo and Da Vinci’s timelessly iconic Mona Lisa. No trip to Paris would be complete without a visit to the observation deck atop the Eiffel Tower, with both open-air and indoor options for viewing the elegant Paris skyline, the Seine snaking through the city center far below.