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Family Cruise Holidays around Europe

Cruises certainly aren’t for everyone, but for families who fancy seeing several European cities yet also spending plenty of time by the pool and relaxing in general, they can be a great solution. Once thought of as a holiday for the elderly, they have become much more child-friendly in recent years and the number of family cruises – and related deals and discounts – is ever increasing.

The key things to look for when booking a cruise are the activities and facilities. Most younger kids will be delighted by the all-out fun, from themed deck parties to fireworks, of a Disney cruise, but other companies have alternative offerings better suited to older kids, such as rock-climbing, basketball and mini golf – and sometimes even the likes of yoga and Pilates for parents. Choose a cruise with something to suit both you and your kids.

See our special deals and latest offers with European family cruise holiday specialist partners:
• NCL Cruises: Norwegian Cruise Line, with family-friendly itineraries.
• Celebrity Cruises: Child-friendly vessels serving France, Spain, Portugal, Norway, Iceland, the Mediterranean and the Azores.
• Royal Caribbean: European cruises from a global operator, with some departures from the UK.
• P&O Cruises: five family-friendly ships plying the Med. 
• TUI Marella Discovery and Discovery 2: child-friendly cruises throughout Europe from the major brand formerly known as Thomson Cruises. 
• DFDS Family Breaks: Mini-cruises between the UK and Netherlands.

Cruise places to stay in Europe

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Self-catering
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Kids Club
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Let us tailor-make the perfect family holiday for you

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Offer of the Week

Pools at the St James's Club Morgan Bay in Saint Lucia.
Perfect for pre-schoolers, travel 1 Sept-15 Oct 2018. 7-nights all-inclusive in Saint Lucia from £1349pp, inc.flights, private transfers + garden view room.
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