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Cruise Through Time: Experience the Regency Splendour of Bridgerton with Norwegian Cruise Line

With the third season of Netflix’s acclaimed romantic drama Bridgerton debuting soon on 16 May 2024, now is the perfect time for fans to relive the destinations that have inspired the whimsical series, including London and Portland, England, with a Northern Europe sailing with Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL).

To capture the aesthetic of Regency England, fans of the series might best enjoy Norwegian’s nine – to-14-day Europe voyages with calls to London (Tilbury), where guests will feel transported back in time as they visit Greenwich, the filming location of many of the show’s picturesque backdrops, such as the Bridgerton family’s iconic fictional home, Lady Danbury’s Somerset house, and the Royal Naval College where the show’s market scenes took place. Guests can choose from a variety of embarkation ports when cruising to Europe with NCL, including France, Italy, Denmark, Portugal and Sweden.

Sailing from London (Southampton), guests may opt to embark on a 10- to 12-day British Isles cruise, calling at enchanting fairytale-like ports across the United Kingdom such as Edinburgh, Scotland; Dublin, Ireland; and Portland, England. In Portland, guests can visit the city of Bath, notable for its Georgian architecture including the Royal Crescent, the architectural marvel used in the series as the Featherington Family’s home.

For those looking to extend their Europe cruise with a more immersive experience, Norwegian’s London Cruise Tour offers four days in London, allowing more time to explore the city with pre-arranged visits to popular attractions, including Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, and the Garden of England, before setting sail on a cruise through Europe.

To read more about how period-piece enthusiasts can relive the Regency Era with a visit to England with Norwegian Cruise Line, click here.

P.S.— For fans eagerly awaiting the highly anticipated next seasons of HBO’s White Lotus, set in Phuket, Thailand, or Netflix’s Emily in Paris, they should consider NCL’s Asian cruises, or one of its many European escapes to France and the Mediterranean.

For a limited time only, you have the option to get your second guest FREE cruise fare when you book an Oceanview or above on 80+ cruises. And with one guest cruising free, why not treat yourself to a Balcony stateroom and take in all the views as you cruise to incredible destinations? Book today – space is limited!

For more information about Norwegian Cruise Line’s award-winning 19-ship fleet and worldwide itineraries or to book a cruise, please contact a travel professional, call Hong Kong at +852 800 901 951 and Southeast Asia at +65 3165 1680, or visit www.ncl.com.

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