Want to get away from the children and go on holiday? You should consider going on a cruise, with an array of romantic and adult-only options to choose from.
Adults only all-inclusive cruises
Luxury ships offer adults-only packages in term-time that allow you to enjoy the dignified environment without the racket of a children's holiday camp. Although these are the most expensive, they are perfect for a couple looking to treat themselves to a child-free break.
If you are looking for a completely child-free voyage, some companies have vessels that ban children completely, such as P & O cruises' Arcadia and their soon to open Aurora. 'Voyages to Antiquity' cruises are unsuitable for children under 12, and people under the age of 16 are unlikely to board.
Additionally, many new companies are creating adult only cruises, such as the Virgin Voyages, whose whole fleet with be child-free when they start sailing in 2020.
Without wanting to ever think about a worse-case scenario, by taking out cruise travel insurance policy before you sail you will be able to sail into the sunset with peace of mind.
Top 3 romantic cruise holidays
Azamara Club Cruises are perfect for couples, especially the routes that sail along the French and Italian Riviera as these give a laid-back charm filled with nightly events and romantic dinners for young lovers.
Princess Cruises offer sweeping romantic trips around the Caribbean and allow you to dine at luxury restaurants, have your own private balcony and see original and exciting nightly entertainment.
To get away from the children and spend a week or two on a relaxing break, cruises might just be the best way to spend quality time with your loved one.
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