What is Cruise and Stay?

Published On October 10, 2013 | By Staff Writer | Travel Guides, Travel Planning
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If you love a holiday with a difference, a cruise and stay holiday could be right up your alley.

Firstly, a cruise holiday is a great way to explore different parts of the world without compromising on comfort and luxury. There are literally thousands of different cruise itineraries to enjoy, spanning multiple destinations and different styles of holiday, from short mini cruises to Amsterdam and back, to full-on month-long voyages around the Caribbean.

So that’s the cruise aspect sewn up. Now for the ‘stay’ part. As you might expect from a ‘cruise and stay’ holiday, it’s a combination of a cruise and a land-based break which take place one after the other. You could choose to take the cruise first, and explore a corner of the world that takes your fancy – be it the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Norwegian Fjords, or perhaps the wilds of Canada and Alaska. Then, you might choose to kick back and relax for a week’s break on the beach.

Or perhaps you’ll switch it – and enjoy a relaxing cruise exploring some of the world’s most beautiful coastlines and cities, followed by a lively break in a dazzling city like New York.

Didn’t we say a cruise and stay holiday is a getaway with a difference? 

If that sounds like your cup of tea, you’ll find out more about cruise and stay holidays online at Thomas Cook Cruise, here – http://www.thomascook.com/cruise/cruise-and-stay/. One of the best things about choosing a cruise holiday with Thomas Cook is that they offer a vast range of cruises with all the major operators, meaning you can whittle down a favourite based on cost, destination, availability and many other features. Then you can enjoy the flexibility to build your cruise and stay holiday as you see fit – however you want it!

Doesn’t that sound like the holiday of a lifetime?

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