A Short Guide to the P&O Aurora
The are plenty of quality tour providers offering excellent cruises on wonderfully well equipped ships of various sizes. So why then should you pick out the P&O Aurora from the bunch? Well, for starters you will be able to experience the much-loved atmosphere of elegance and excitement that every P&O vessel maintains. You'll have every chance to let your hair down and dance the night away if that's what you're after and you will be able to visit some truly outstanding tourist hotspots around Europe, the Middle East and beyond.
Unlike some of the other ships in the P&O fleet, the Aurora is designed to accommodate families, so if you have youngsters to think about then you'll be glad to know they will be suitably well looked after. The idea in fact is that guests in every age group will have every opportunity to enjoy themselves in new and interesting, or at least extremely relaxing ways, as they days of their cruise tours go by. A big part of that depends on the food options and the Aurora is certainly very well equipped in that department, with the al fresco Pennant Grill and the Marco Pierre White bistro among the highlights to be found and savoured.
There are P&O Deals available right now relating to tours on the Aurora, as well as some of her sister ships, as she sets sail for the Eastern Mediterranean and then heads across the Atlantic to once more make her way around some of the more amazing parts of the Caribbean. You can find all the details you'll need online but you can always get in touch with Thomas Cook Cruises if you're keen to get some seriously clued up advice on any related subjects from the company's resident experts.