We are taking the Norwegian Star on the 14 day British Isles tour in May 2020. We have a night in London before the cruise and hope to do the transfer with a stop at Stonehenge on the way to Southhampton.
For our cruise, so far this is a rough draft of what I'm thinking. Done lots of research, but it's quite daunting for those of us not familiar with these wonderful stops.
Le Havre - Booked Overlord Tours
Bruges - taking van into town to explore on our own
Amsterdam - Anne Frank or Corrie Ten Boom house, canal cruise, explore
Edinburgh - Don't have this nailed down yet. We would like to go to Livingston Scotland (our surname), but open to suggestions.
Invergordon - http://www.shorexcursions.co.uk/loch_ness_5.htm
Kirwall - We only have a half day here. Just go into town?
Greenock/Glasgow - https://discoverscotlandtours.com/tours/loch-lomond-stirling-castle-trossachs-shore-excursion/#Details
Belfast - Giant's Causeway and Titanic - possibly https://www.finnmccoolstours.com/belfast-titanic-and-giants-causeway-tour-from-dublin/
Liverpool - nothing has caught my fancy here. Not huge Beatles fans. Thinking a down day and just explore in town?
Dublin - Want to see Cliffs of Moher but wonder if we'd be better to take in the city
Corkh - Blarney/Kinsale - ditto
Portland - http://dorsetdaytrips.co.uk/portland-cruise-ship-passengers-visit-the-best-sights-of-dorset-the-jurassic-coast/
Southhampton to London - considering transfer including stop at Windsor and/or Bath
We have rented a flat 4 nights after in Kensington to enjoy the sights of London. Considering taking the first train to Paris for a day trip there as our daughter doesn't want to be that close and not go.
Feeback and suggestions, please!! TIA!