10 reasons why you should take a P&O Cruises holiday in 2014

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Cruise holidays are set to go big in 2014 as cruisers get younger, on-board facilities become more fabulous and cruise companies offer travellers more amazing port experiences.

If you're new to cruising or a frequent cruiser looking to return to a classic destination, we've found the holiday for you...

P&O Cruises new Mediterranean Fly-cruises offer everything we love about cruising - the perfect mix of time at sea and on land, our favourite European destinations all in one holiday and a huge variety of on-board entertainment, restaurants and activities.

But there's more. A P&O Cruises fly cruise means less time getting to your first port of call, so more time taking in the sights and the possibilities are pretty much endless - you can extend your trip by checking into a city hotel and enjoying a cruise and stay holiday, opt for 14 nights instead of seven to see even more destinations, then there's the Michelin quality dining, West End-style shows to entertain you after dark and family-friendly fun with favourite child characters, including Noddy, Mr Bump and Little Miss Sunshine from the Mr Men Show.

If you'd like to delve a little deeper into the local culture and sights, you can opt to 'Cruise and Stay', which basically allows you to combine your cruise with a day or more stay in Venice or Genoa. There's the option too of stays in Nice and Milan, as both are within easy reach of Genoa.

Whether you're travelling as a couple, friends or with little ones in tow, you'll be seriously impressed by this fabulous new cruise holiday for 2014...

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