These include The Big Apple which will be a shopper’s paradise and also has many famous landmarks including the Statue of Liberty and Central Park to name but a few.
A trip to Bar Harbour is also possible, North of New York and Boston. This area is not highly commercialised and still links back to nature and the rocky coastline. This is somewhere that can add variety to any trip in contrast to the busy cities.
A trip to Orlando in the sun to visit one of the many theme parks such as DisneyLand is also a popular choice.
New Orleans and San Francisco are also firm favourites among past cruisers on North American and World Cruises. As your ship arrives in San Francisco you will sail under the Golden Gate Bridge knowing that you have a most interesting city ready to explore.
East Coast - Statue of Liberty, Empire State building, Ground Zero, Broadway, Coney Island, Rockefeller Centre, Times Square and Harlem to name a few
West Coast - Queen Mary hotel, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Malibu, Las Vegas, Grand Canyon and more
Deep South - New Orleans French Quarters, Mississippi river, Charleston - South Carolina, Graceland and Oklahoma are among many
Food in North America really does vary depending on which state you are in. You can treat yourself to five star cuisine or grab a quick slice from the local pizzeria
North America is a popular destination for World cruises and Trans-Atlantic cruises. For stunning luxury we recommend a Cunard cruise to New York.