Siéntese y relájese mientras su crucero sale de Milford Sound Wharf, en el icónico Miter Peak.
Navegue a lo largo del fiordo de 16 km, pasando el faro de St. Annes Point, mientras escucha los comentarios informativos que destacarán los puntos de interés a lo largo del camino, como las imponentes cataratas Lady Bowen, Lion Mountain, Copper Point, Seal Rock y Stirling Falls.
Ya sea que elija mantenerse caliente con un té/café de cortesía sentado dentro de nuestro salón o desee salir y respirar el aire alpino, seguro que se sentirá inspirado por la majestuosidad de la región.
Los cruceros tienen un número limitado de pasajeros, lo que lo recompensa con una experiencia íntima de Milford Sound al tiempo que permite oportunidades de fotografías sin obstáculos desde las cubiertas al aire libre.
La entrada incluye
Crucero de dos horas, con paradas frecuentes en espectaculares puntos de interés.
Té y café gratuitos a bordo.
Comentario interactivo e informativo.
Capacidad máxima de 75 personas, lo que le brinda suficiente espacio para disfrutar de las vistas.
Ropa de abrigo
Repelente de insectos
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This lively evening tour around the heart of Dublin City, delivered by a top class local guide with music and plenty of craic on board, is the ultimate way to learn about Dublin, its people, nightlife and attractions. On our Night Tour you'll soak up the atmosphere of the city's redeveloped business district - including the floodlit Convention Centre and the famous Dublin Dockland's skyline.
There are plenty of beautiful things in Dublin City by night. From the sparkling ‘Spire’ in O’Connell Street to the bustling streets of Temple Bar. You won’t be disappointed with the journey through Dublin City. This 1 hour round trip is one of the most interesting things to do in Dublin city by night and the perfect way to start your evening before having dinner, going to the theatre or a gig.
LANGUAGES: English and Spanish
The tour begins at 09:00 am from Bilbao to go directly on the A8 motorway to the border and reach Biarritz where'll make a panoramic tour of the most beautiful and interesting places of this city with its residential and tourist Faro, beaches, Puerto Viejo, Casino, Sea Museum, Rocher de la Vierge, Hotel Du Palais residence of Napoleon... we can enjoy its central shopping streets.
Route will continue to approach the beautiful village of St. Jean-de-Luz, where we will make a visit on foot for their most interesting with its historical buildings and the typical port. Follow the coast to reach Hendaye village situated at the mouth of Rio Bidasoa Hondarribia directly opposite to where we will move from the port of Hendaye in a small boat to cross the Bay.
Once in Hondarribia we'll make a walking tour through its most emblematic and typical areas with its walled medieval area and castle of Charles V and their mansions and palaces as well as the Navy Area with its flower-filled balconies and rides, bars, terraces, restaurants and popular atmosphere. Free time for lunch. Our guide will recommend the best places to have lunch with a basis of Tapas or tasting menus at both restaurants closed as Terrazas.
In the afternoon we will follow the route to San Sebastian where we will make a visit for its most interesting areas, avenues, bridges, Paseo de la Concha, etc... including the ascent of Mount Igeldo to finish with a walk through the typical party full of ancient history with its most emblematic buildings such as the Church of the Virgen del Coro, City Hall, Puerto Viejo, Aquarium, etc. Free time to enjoy the Bay and its magnificent views or enjoy one of their famous typical Tapas bar in the city.
Return direct motorway to get to your hotel in Bilbao last afternoon.
Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms
The Map Room
The Map Room came into use on the very first day that the Cabinet War Rooms were ready for occupation and remained the heart of the site throughout the war. The room was staffed twenty-four hours of every day, from August 1939 to August 1945. The principal function of the Map Room was to act as a round the clock central point for information about the war.
The War Cabinet Room
This was the inner sanctum of British Government, the room used for meetings of the Prime Minister, a select few ministers and advisers of his War Cabinet and his Chiefs of Staff. 115 meetings of the War Cabinet took place and momentous decisions were taken in this room. The scratched arms of the seat in which Churchill sat bear witness to the tensions of those crucial meetings at critical moments of the war.
Although his room in the Cabinet War Rooms boasted comforts of a higher standard than anywhere else in the complex, Winston Churchill preferred not to sleep there. He used his room at the Cabinet War Rooms for visits to the Map Room and for business, when forced to meet underground. He also delivered four of this wartime speeches from here, including his 11 September 1940 speech, warning of Hitler's plans to wage a war of terror against the United Kingdom.
The Transatlantic Telephone Room
The Transatlantic Telephone Room, to which a huge scrambler 'Sigsaly' was connected, created the original hot-line for allowing Churchill and the American President to conduct their vital strategic discussions in complete security. Like all the rooms in the complex, this originally had a more humble purpose - it was once a store for brooms and domestic equipment. It was adapted in mid-1943 to house this particularly secret installation.
The Churchill Museum
The Churchill Museum is divided into five chapters, spanning all ninety years of Churchill's life. To allow an easy transition from the historical context of the Cabinet War Rooms, the story begins on 10 May 1940 with Churchill's appointment as Prime Minister. The visitor can then explore his later years, his childhood, his early political career and finally the period known most famously as the 'Gathering Storm'.
The Switchroom Café is a great place to relax with a range of hot and cold food freshly prepared on the premises, along with a variety of beverages on offer.
Open 7 days a week from 10:00 until 17:00, the café is located halfway through the tour but visits to the café can be taken at any time. The café also houses interesting photographic artefacts from the Second World War to view.
Thames River Rover Pass
With the River Red Rover ticket you travel in luxury on a fleet of river liners and may hop on or off at any of the piers as often as you like throughout the day.
As the River Thames weaves its way through the heart of London there is history around every bend and there is no better way to see and experience the sights and splendour of this great city than from one of City Cruises modern, wheelchair-friendly RiverLiners™.
Enjoy unsurpassed views of some of London's most famous landmarks from the vantage point of our open upper decks and spacious lower saloons with panoramic windows. Take advantage of two bars providing light refreshments and snacks .
Cruises depart frequently from Westminster Pier, Waterloo (London Eye) Pier, Tower Pier and Greenwich Pier every day of the year except Christmas Day (25th December).
Our shortest trips between piers last about 20-30 minutes while the full round trip takes about two-and-a-half leisurely hours.