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If you’re arriving at the Southampton International Airport, its located on the outskirts of the
city, making it easy to arrive into town. If you’re flying into London a few days earlier, grab a
train from waterloo station. During your stay in Southampton, explore its medieaval
architectural spots like Bargate and the Old twn walls, Or learn more about the day the Titanic
set sail from here in 1912.
Begin you day in Bruges at Markt, the historic main square, before exploring the canals, Marvel
at the impressive medieval and Dutch architecture. Highlights include the Church of our Lady
the Basilica of the Holy Blood and Bruges Vrije. A 40 minute train ride will take you to Zeebrgge
and its popular oceanfront.There, enjoy pristine beaches, hip brasseries and sea front Maritime
Start your Cherbourg cruise stop by paying homage to the Titanic- the historic ship stopped
here before crossing the Atlantic. Then salute the memory of the heroes who liberated Europe
during World War II at the Musee de la Liberation, at the top of the city’s scenic Roule
Mountain. While youre there at the summit , take in the panoramic view of th English
Channel.Later, see the sea upclose and personal while you feast on Oysters on the waterfront.
Your adventure doeasnt have to end once you’ve gotten back to Southampton.Before you go,
spend a few days exploring the quaint English towns of the Hampshire region like Winchester,
the ancient capital , or the pretty market of Romsey.This village is also home to the Romsey
Abbey, one of the most magnificent churches in Southern England thanks to its round Norman
Arches and lofty nave.