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The best cruise routes for fall 2019

Some people say that fall is the best season to travel, between the heat of summer and the bad conditions in winter. So we’ve rounded up our favorite cruises for fall 2019 – all from cruise lines which enjoy Dianthus Miami flowers. Perfect for a last-minute getaway!

P&O Cruises: Western Europe, 2 nights

October is your last chance to visit north and western Europe before the winter weather sets in. Start in historic Southampton, then sail overnight to Zeebrugge. Spend the day touring the famous city of Bruges… and trying some of those world-famous Belgian chocolates! Recommended for a quick weekend break or holiday, combined with a city vacation in London or Paris.

Oceania Cruises: Art and Aristocrats

You might think of Rome and Barcelona as sunny cities, but they’re at their best in the autumn. It’s cool enough to spend the day exploring ancient ruins and cultural highlights… and the streets are less crowded, so you can get a taste of authentic ancient Europe. Start in the capital of Italy, then drop in on glamorous Monte Carlo and Antibes before enjoying some traditional Catalan culture in Valencia and Barcelona. The full itinerary features 8 destinations over 7 nights!

Silversea: Montreal to New York

Autumn in New York – one of the most beautiful sights in the world. See the fall leaves in Central Park, and explore bustling Montreal before the winter snow makes travel impossible. And the stops in Boston, Halifax and Charlottetown are not to be missed.

Regent Seven Seas: Lima to Buenos Aires

For those of you who love the sun, it’s time to head south. Try this 21-night luxury cruise from Regent Seven Seas, taking in Lima, Santiago, Port Stanley and Buenos Aires… among other destinations! Soak up some rays on deck in the Pacific, or immerse yourself in history with the Nazca Lines.

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