|Day 1||Fly to Dublin – Ireland. Embark Celebrity Eclipse||22.00|
|Day 2||Belfast – Northern Ireland Belfast has undergone an enormous transformation in recent years and thanks to a focus on expansion and regeneration, the city is now experiencing a tourism renaissance. Today, free from the mayhem that once was, this major Northern Ireland city has done a terrific job in both disassociating from her past and creating a thriving positive public perception. With new cultural quarters—the Cathedral Quarter, the Gaeltacht Quarter, the Queen’s Quarter and the Titanic Quarter—the former linen and shipbuilding epicenter is a flourishing community that blends industry with culture. Here, where the Titanic was so carefully built, you can see beautifully restored Victorian architecture, indulge retail therapy at a fabulous shopping center, and enjoy the quintessentially Irish experience at the lively waterfront, which is a friendly hub of live music, overflowing pubs and modern art.||07.00||16.30|
|Day 3||At Sea|
|Day 4||Reykjavik – Iceland Iceland's capital and largest city is located on the country's southwest coast at the head of Faxafloi Bay. Settled in 877 AD, Reykjavik has grown into an important seaport and center of government and education with theatres, museums and observatories.||13.00|
|Day 5||Reykjavik – Iceland||15.00|
|Day 6||Akureyri – Iceland Akureyi, Iceland's second largest city—affectionately known as the Capital of North Iceland—is one of the country’s most important ports and fishing centers. Today, Akureyi is creating something of a buzz for its cool café scene, growing gourmet movement and bustling nightlife. But don’t let that fool you. The atmosphere here is always laidback. From a fabulous summer festival program (energized by the near 24-hour daylight), to some of the best winter skiing you could wish for, Akureyi is a great base for exploring Eyjafjörður, Iceland’s longest fjord, all year round.||10.30||18.30|
|Day 7||At Sea|
|Day 8||Lerwick – Shetland – Scotland Lerwick is the capital of the Shetland Islands. With rolling green hills behind castle-like buildings and sheep traffic jams, Lerwick has its own special kind of charm. Stop by the Shetland Museum and Archives, and the historic Clickimin Broch. One place you must visit if you get the chance is Jarlshof which is connected right back to when the Vikings arrived.||10.00||18.00|
|Day 9||At Sea|
|Day 10||At Sea|
|Day 11||Dublin – Ireland Dublin is thought to be almost a thousand years old, but the city has transitioned well into the 21st century. Easily navigated by foot, the city’s 44 square miles and cobblestoned streets speak to its storied history of patriots and writers, the latter of which includes, Joyce, Yeats, Wilde, and Beckett. Must-sees include Trinity College, St. Stephen’s Green Park, Newgrange, Dublin Castle, the National Museum of Ireland and the James Joyce Cultural Centre. However, no visit to Dublin would be complete without a pint (or two) of Guinness and an afternoon-into-evening spent in one of the city’s many pubs.||06.00|
|Day 12||Dublin – Ireland|
*Price based on 10 May 2018 Departure
Launched in 2010 as part of Celebrity’s Solstice class, Celebrity Eclipse offers a ‘laid-back luxury’ style of cruising. She hosts around 2,850 passengers across 13 decks on each voyage.
Focusing on fine dining and pampering, she has an elegant décor and sophisticated settings.
Featuring innovative entertainment, from Hot Glass Shows to Lawn Club games, Celebrity offers fresh, vibrant yet classy cruising, ideally suited for couples or families.
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