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No-Fly Holidays
You can enjoy a variety of no-fly holidays from ex-UK cruising to UK breaks, self-drive and rail holidays

If you're looking to avoid the anxieties often involved in taking a flight, there are plenty of holiday options in our no-fly section. These include breaks within the UK, self-drive or rail holidays through Europe, cruises that depart directly from our shores and even river cruises that can be reached via train or ferry.

There's no reason why staying in the UK can't feel like an adventure, especially with all the amazing things you can do without leaving the country, many of which you may be unaware of. Stay on your doorstep or travel the length of breadth of the British Isles in search of new wonders or some peaceful family time.

If you are keen to get on board a cruise as soon as possible then explore our excellent range of no-fly cruises. With sailings to destinations such as the Fjords, Mediterranean and Caribbean – as well as Transatlantic crossings – there is something for every taste departing from the UK. Avoiding crowded airports and long haul flights makes these a great option for families with young children, as well as more senior cruisers.

Avoid the stress and hassle of arranging flights and transfers by starting your no-fly cruise straight from a UK port. There are also many World cruises available on no-fly basis if you are looking for that once in a lifetime experience.

No-fly holidays can also include iconic river journeys. Take a relaxing train or ferry ride across the channel to meet your ship in picturesque destinations such as Paris and Amsterdam, increasing the hassle-free nature of what is already a relaxing prospect.

European City Breaks

Find your perfect city break from the countries below. Don't forget we can tailor-make your perfect break for you including multi-centre breaks, rail travel and car-hire for self-drive options.

Austria has a natural beauty from crystal clear lakes to ice capped, rugged peaks to picturesque mountain villages, dense woods and lush pasture land.
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Belgium is often overlooked but it is a mistake to miss out this tiny but culturally significant territory in the North of the continent.
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Croatia is a land of jaw-dropping landscapes. Plitvice Lakes National Parks holds lush, dense, forests, while Dubrovnik is surrounded by golden beaches.
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Czech Republic
Situated between Germany and Poland, the landlocked nation of the Czech Republic offers visitors stunning cities and cultural delights.
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Comprising of the Jutland peninsula, north of Germany, and over 400 islands of various sizes, Denmark is Scandinavia's smallest country.
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Estonia's capital, Tallinn, dates back to the Middle Ages and is still in pristine condition.
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Finland is a land of islands and has more than any other country in the world. Nearly 70% of its area is populated by forests and roughly 10% is water.
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It may come as a surprise to some people, but France receives more tourists each year than any other country.
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From the vibrant cities of Cologne and Munich to the medieval villages and majestic mountains of the country, Germany always proves a hit with tourists.
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Located at the southernmost tip of the Balkan Peninsula, Greece offers visitors an extensive history, fascinating mythology and beautiful golden beaches.
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Situated in the heart of Europe, Hungary is a nation of just over 10 million people. The country has an extraordinary wealth of thermal spas.
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Iceland is a destination that has been on the rise for several years now, as more and more people become aware of its natural beauty and untamed wild landscapes.
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Italy’s fantastic food, glorious weather and fascinating history make it tremendously popular for tourists from all over the world.
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The Netherlands is known for its lively tradition, windmills and tulips, and fast-paced modern European life.
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Norway is one of the world's richest countries. It has a rugged but captivating landscape and a coastline that runs for more the twelve thousand miles.
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In recent years, Poland has become an increasingly popular tourist destination with tourists discovering the gems that once were hidden behind the iron curtain.
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Not only can you visit the Pena National Palace just outside of the country’s capital, you can also taste an authentic Piri-Piri meal, a speciality in Faro.
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Romania is located in the centre of Europe. Famously known for Count Dracula, the country is extremely diverse and has plenty to offer. Book now.
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At roughly 6,592,800 square miles in size, Russia is the largest land mass on the planet.
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Spain has always been a beloved holiday destination for us Brits, even as the trend slowly moves away from relaxing beach resorts & towards shorter city breaks.
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Sweden is situated in Northern Europe. It has a wild landscape, made up of large streams and rivers and nearly 10% of its landmass is covered by glacial lakes.
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As the home of fantastic natural scenery, Switzerland is becoming more and more popular every year.
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As the UK’s northernmost cruise terminal, Aberdeen provides a wealth of holiday opportunities for northern Scotland.
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Located two miles from the city centre, cruises from Belfast depart from a port located on the River Lagan - the largest in Northern Ireland.
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Bristol Avonmouth
Bristol Cruise Terminal offers an ideal link to the Atlantic Ocean via the mouth of the River Severn.
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Cruises depart from Queen Alexandria Dock and getting to Cardiff is very easy by car.
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Dover Cruise Terminals proximity to France makes it a great option for itineraries to Belgium, the Netherlands, the Norwegian fjords, and the Baltic nations.
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The Irish capital of Dublin, situated on the east coast, is a bustling hub of culture and history.
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Dundee is home to one of the UK’s northernmost cruise terminals, providing cruising opportunities for the Highlands and Northeast Scotland.
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Greenock is easily accessible from Glasgow and serves as the primary cruise terminal for the city.
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It is an ideal embarkation port for East Anglia, with easy access via a good network of roads from Essex, Suffolk, and Norfolk.
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Hull will receive a new cruise terminal and riverside berth which will boost Hull’s status as a cruise port providing itineraries out of Hull into Scandinavia, Iceland, Greenland, and Norway.
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Ships berth directly in Liverpool City Centre, making it one of the most easily accessible cruise ports in the UK.
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London Greenwich
A stop in London Greenwich gives fabulous links straight into the heart of London whether you are looking for shopping, sightseeing or shows in the glittering West End.
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London Tower Bridge
What better way is there to arrive into or depart from London in style than by sailing under the gates of Tower Bridge? As the iconic landmark opens up in front of you, it welcomes you to England's capital in one of the most exceptional ways.
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Newcastle Upon Tyne
Situated on the banks of the River Tyne, the Port of Tyne is located just ten miles outside of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne city centre.
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Situated on the Dorset coastline, the charming town of Poole is situated just two and half hours away from London and offers a gateway to some of the finest destinations in Europe.
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Portsmouth’s award-winning passenger terminal building opened in 2011 and is the perfect place from which to embark on a cruise.
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Cruises from Rosyth take passengers into Northern Europe, the Norwegian fjords, and the Arctic Circle.
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With a total of four passenger cruise terminals, Southampton is widely regarded as the UK’s number one cruise port.
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Situated just 25 miles outside of London, Tilbury’s deepwater cruise port provides the opportunity for larger vessels to dock in the area.
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