Places to Visit in 2024 with Azamara

From breathtaking natural wonders to vibrant cultural hubs, set sail on a voyage of discovery to some of the world's most captivating places. 

Every year provides new opportunities to visit new ports and add some tried-and-true favorites to your must-see list, and Azamara’s 2024 cruises will provide another awe-inspiring year of voyages to destinations around the world. Here are some exciting places to visit with Azamara in 2024.


The Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way, an extraordinary coastal route, boasts gems like Cork and Galway. In Cork, kiss the famous Blarney Stone at the historic Blarney Castle, frequented by luminaries like Sir Mick Jagger and Sir Winston Churchill. This 15th-century castle is a must-visit. Explore Ireland's lush countryside with a leisurely guided walk along the River Lee to Kinsale.


At the opposite end, Galway, a city steeped in 900 years of history, offers access to natural wonders, including the majestic Cliffs of Moher. The Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, founded in 1320, adds to the city's allure.


Bordeaux, France

Known for its exceptional wine, Bordeaux invites you to sample wines from over 8,000 chateaux and explore the unique La Cité du Vin, the world's first wine museum. Beyond wine, Bordeaux tantalizes with its gastronomy influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and Dordogne. Stroll the longest pedestrian shopping street in Europe, Rue Sainte-Catherine, and marvel at the Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas, Europe's tallest vertical lift bridge.


Plymouth, England

History buffs will relish Plymouth, a port steeped in history as the departure point for Pilgrims. Cobblestone streets lined with Tudor-era buildings transport you back in time. Explore museums, chic cafes, and trendy restaurants. Plymouth also offers beaches and the picturesque Plymouth Hoe, a local landmark.


Runavik, Faroe Islands

In 2024, Azamara introduces the Faroe Islands, a remote and breathtaking North Atlantic archipelago. Explore the wild, sparsely inhabited landscapes with mountain views and cascading waterfalls. Discover the Forni Museum and the World War II fortress in Nes, south of Runavik, with its British cannons and bunkers.


Kiel Canal, Germany

The 61-mile Kiel Canal connects the North Sea to the Baltic, a remarkable feat of engineering. It offers a tranquil cruise through scenic landscapes and picturesque villages. Admire the impressive locks and the world's longest railway bridge at Rendsburg.


Reykjavik, Iceland

Iceland, a unique travel destination, beckons with its rich culture, history, and natural wonders. Reykjavik features outstanding museums and historic sites. Explore the abandoned village of Hesteyri, accessible only by boat, or take a guided walk through the city, including a visit to Reykjavik's iconic Hallgrimskirkja Church.


Indulge in the healing thermal waters of Iceland's famed Blue Lagoon, a surreal experience amidst the turquoise waters and stunning scenery.


Where will you go in 2024 with Azamara?

Azamara invites you to uncover a world of destinations at a more relaxed pace, giving you time to appreciate the landscapes, culture, and people, by day and night. It's a richer, more immersive travel experience, where you can rediscover the joy of discovery. Book a journey with us and see the difference between traveled and well-traveled. Let us show you the world and Change The Way You Sea.

Azamara cruises amenities are anything but average. Little luxuries, specialized services, onboard events, drinks, and dining—everything you can imagine is within reach and included in your cruise fare.

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