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Queen Elizabeth - East Asia Cruise

2.790€ 2.811€ 21€ off

About this cruise

参加东亚的10天邮轮探险,从东京出发,乘坐伊丽莎白女王号邮轮启航。在您的旅途中,您将有机会探索日本和韩国的各种迷人目的地。

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (2.790€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
26/04/2024 - 05/05/2024 4.890€ 5.240€ 6.200€ 13.980€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
24/04/2024 - 06/05/2024 5.630€ 5.870€ 11.290€ 14.250€
26/04/2024 - 05/05/2024 5.580€ 5.980€ 10.580€ 13.980€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
26/04/2024 - 05/05/2024 5.580€ 5.980€ 10.580€ 13.980€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
26/04/2024 - 05/05/2024 5.580€ 5.980€ 10.580€ 13.980€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Tokyo (Honshu), Japan. Tokyo, the capital of Japan with almost 8 million inhabitants, combines tradition and progress. Buddhist temples can be found alongside Shinto cultural facilities and skyscrapers. In peaceful alleys, there are kimonos, fans, and carved miniature figures, not far from modern banking districts and sophisticated architectural masterpieces. Relaxation can be found in the spectacular Koraku Garden with replicas of Japanese landscapes, while thrills await at the fish market, where fish can be auctioned. Over 90,000 art objects can be found in the largest Japanese museum, the National Museum. In 1958, the Japanese built a replica of the Eiffel Tower, which now surpasses the original in height at 333 meters and is known as the Tokyo Tower. Other attractions include the Meiji Shrine, the Imperial Garden and Palace, the City Hall, capsule hotels with overnight accommodation in "drawers," the Asakusa Kannon Temple, and temple gardens in Kamakura.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Aomori (Honshu), Japan. Aomori, the city of the green forest, is located in the far north of the Japanese main island of Honshu, idyllically surrounded by the Hakkoda mountain range and the Mutsu Bay. Numerous hot springs, such as the Asamushi hot springs, invite visitors to relax in a bath. For those who prefer to enjoy a breathtaking view over large parts of Aomori Prefecture, the Hakkoda Ropeway is a good choice. Historians can explore the archaeological site of Sannai Maruyama in Aomori, which fascinates with ancient findings from the Jomon period.

Day 4: Akita (Honshu), Japan. Akita is a lovely city on the northern coast of Honshū, Japan. It is famous for its cultural heritage and natural splendor, providing visitors with a glimpse into traditional Japanese life and customs. The city is renowned for its local festivals, including the Akita Kanto Festival, where participants skillfully balance long bamboo poles adorned with paper lanterns. With its breathtaking scenery, historical landmarks, and friendly locals, Akita is a must-see destination for those seeking an authentic experience of Japan.

Day 5: Sea day.

Day 6: Busan, South Korea. The name of the million metropolis Busan means "Teakettle Mountain" and refers to the city`s location, surrounded by mountains on three sides. In front of the harbor, the "Dragon Head Island" stands out. From the platform of Busan Tower, or the small restaurant in the tower, you have a good panoramic view. At the foot of the tower, there is a labyrinth-like maze of small alleys of the Kukje Market. The traditional Chagalchi Fish Market is Korea`s liveliest market, offering fresh seafood and fish specialties. Taejongdae offers a magnificent view of the East Sea, with a beautifully located bizarre rock formation with a large plateau. The "Pokchon-dong" City Museum showcases the history of Busan from the 4th century. Other attractions include the Pomo(sa) Temple, the Kumjongsansong fortress on Mount Kumjong, the Kumgang Park with a cable car and old trees.

Day 7: Nagasaki (Kyushu), Japan. Nagasaki is the only city in Japan with European influence, as only a few settlements were allowed here during the country`s 300 years of isolation. The city is located at the end of a bay between mountain ranges, offering a beautiful view of the city, the nearby islands, and the sea. Getting around the city and visiting the sights is easy with the old trams. Nagasaki is a bustling and colorful city, but its tragic past as the second target of an atomic bomb overshadowed its fascinating early history of encounters with the Portuguese and Dutch. Urakami, the center of the atomic explosion, is now a prosperous and quiet suburb. Here, you can find the haunting Atomic Bomb Museum, a powerful reminder of the horrors of nuclear destruction, and the Hypocentre Park with a black stone column marking the exact point where the bomb exploded, as well as remnants and ruins. A bell at the turtle-shaped Zen temple Fukusai-ji tolls every day at 11:02 am, the time of the explosion.

Day 8: Kagoshima (Kyushu), Japan. Kagoshima is the capital of the prefecture on the Japanese island of Kyushu. Kagoshima is the southernmost major city in Japan, which not only has a tropical warm climate but also offers a relaxed, southern European atmosphere despite all its modernity. Across from the city, the rough backdrop of the over thousand meter high volcano Sakurajima rises on the peninsula in the sea. Smoke constantly rises from its jagged crater. The memory of the Jesuits is highly valued in Kagoshima through many monuments, as they enabled Japan`s first true contact with the West in the 16th century. Worth seeing are some museums, such as the new prefectural museum, which was built on the site of the old castle. A wide range of national topics are shown there.

Day 9: Sea day.

Day 10: Tokyo (Honshu), Japan. Tokyo, the capital of Japan with almost 8 million inhabitants, combines tradition and progress. Buddhist temples can be found alongside Shinto cultural facilities and skyscrapers. In peaceful alleys, there are kimonos, fans, and carved miniature figures, not far from modern banking districts and sophisticated architectural masterpieces. Relaxation can be found in the spectacular Koraku Garden with replicas of Japanese landscapes, while thrills await at the fish market, where fish can be auctioned. Over 90,000 art objects can be found in the largest Japanese museum, the National Museum. In 1958, the Japanese built a replica of the Eiffel Tower, which now surpasses the original in height at 333 meters and is known as the Tokyo Tower. Other attractions include the Meiji Shrine, the Imperial Garden and Palace, the City Hall, capsule hotels with overnight accommodation in "drawers," the Asakusa Kannon Temple, and temple gardens in Kamakura.