The 7 Wonders of the World
When you think of the most beautiful landmarks around the world, what comes to mind?
Discover the Baltics
On cruises to the Baltics you should always expect the unexpected. Watch the drama of the ever-changing scenery unfurl and hold your breath in anticipation as you wait to see some of the world's finest natural wonders appear before you.
Curious cities and towns are not only chic, they pack a punch with their epic architecture and rich culture. You'll be hooked by iconic destinations which leave you desperate to get under their skin and find out more. Read on and discover your next Baltic destination…
Ultimate Cruise Extensions
A pre- or post-cruise extension, hotel stay, or tour can be one of the best ways to make your incredible cruise the best experience of your life. Why stop at an epic cruise, when you can also tick off one of the wonders of the world? Or a once-in-a-lifetime experience? Or one of your top bucket list items?
Regent Seven Seas excel at offering an extraordinary selection of land programmes which can be added to a variety of their ultra-luxury all-inclusive cruises holidays.
Spotlight on the USA
From sunny California beaches and the craggy Arizona desert to the bright lights of NYC and the national parks of New England, the USA has it all. We have had a look at some of our favourite cruise ports around the USA and want to share with you, our readers, why we think you should visit on your next Elite Ocean or Expedition Cruise!
8 Reasons to Explore the Kimberley
One of the most underrated cruise destinations can be found in northwest Australia in the rugged and wild Kimberley region.
Found at the northern end of the state of Western Australia, the Kimberley is a vast region of almost half a million square kilometres, yet sparsely populated and thus retaining its raw natural beauty.
Spotlight on Mexico
Often overlooked as a cruising destination as travellers head to the nearby Caribbean islands, I thought I would put together a little guide on the best places to visit on a luxury cruise in Mexico.
Mexico is vibrant, colourful and unique, offering anything from beautiful sparse deserts, tropical rainforests and snow-capped volcanoes to bustling cities, steep canyons and inviting beaches of silver sand. Extraordinary history is found in the ancient Mayan temples, Aztec ruins and Spanish colonial towns, along with silver-mining settlements and traditional Mexican ports.
Exploring the Douro with Emerald & Scenic
Our journey to Porto had not been without its stresses, with confusion surrounding testing and Portuguese entry requirements, but thankfully the team at Panache had come up trumps giving us sound advice and double checking that we would arrive with all our paperwork in place. Despite the pre-travel concerns the actual travel to Porto was relatively easy and apart from a couple of checks at check-in and an extra form to show at passport control it really was no different to travel pre-pandemic.
When to visit Antarctica
Choosing the best time of year to visit Antarctica is vital when planning the trip of a lifetime. The South Pole may be cold, well, all year round - but believe it or not the weather and climate do vary in Antarctica and this should be taken into consideration before planning your expedition cruise.
Where to next?
Every keen traveller has a bucket list of epic destinations they absolutely must visit one day. Cruising is no exception.
Whether it is cruising through the Suez Canal, staying in an overwater bungalow in Bora Bora, standing atop the Great Wall of China, or snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef or even visiting the beautiful islands in the Caribbean there is a bucket list cruise out there for everyone. You may have seen our Ultimate Cruise Bucket List, but if not, click here.
Guide to Visiting Lisbon
Lisbon is one of Europe's best city breaks right now. Situated on seven hills at the mouth of the River Tagus, Portugal's capital is the second oldest capital city in Europe after Athens, and as such has a colourful history, rich culture, and beautiful architecture.
Known as the City of Light, Lisbon has around 220 days of sunlight each year and is a popular cruise destination, acting as a gateway to the Mediterranean, Canary Islands, and North Africa. Lisbon is also often found on transatlantic cruise itineraries, keeping its historical connection with South America.