Smaller ports and five overnight stays give you a more in-depth and intimate look at France, the Low Countries, Scotland and Ireland. Get to know the full spectrum of France’s beauty. In romantic St.-Malo, witness the improbable abbey perched on Mont-Saint-Michel, emerging like a mermaid from the sea. Trade the organic earth tones of the abbey for Versaille’s over-the-top Baroque splendor, all gilt and mirrors. And embrace the muted palette of Claude Monet, his Honfleur gardens and water lilies as lovely today as when he first painted them. Taste wines from vineyards whose legendary terroir includes prehistoric caves and 11th-century basilicas. Visit Normandy beaches still raw with emotion. Then cross the North Sea to Dublin – home of Guinness, Jameson Irish Whiskey, and pubs dating back to the 12th century. Explore Titanic history in Belfast or follow the big footsteps of Finn McCool to the Giant’s Causeway. Discover secret summer escapes like Oban and Ullapool, small towns with oversized helpings of scenery and seafood. And end your voyage in Edinburgh, where the Royal Mile leading to Edinburgh Castle is filled with history, mystery and anticipation.