featured destination ST. GEORGE, BERMUDA ENGLISH HERITAGE SEVEN SEAS NAVIGATOR® | 65 QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC Among the many myths, legends and misconceptions of Bermuda is that it is associated with the Caribbean, which lies nearly 1,000 miles to its south. What you will find is that this most isolated of island groups is quaintly English, with its cricket matches and afternoon teas. The first settlement of Bermuda began at the north end of the archipelago in St. George. The town, deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the second-oldest English town in the New World, and for almost two centuries, was the capital of Bermuda. Lleva el nombre de Sir George Somers, el fundador de Bermuda, y de San Jorge, el santo patrono de Inglaterra. Nearby, discover many unique natural attractions, including the limestone formations of Tobacco Bay Beach and the Crystal Caves of Bermuda. FEATURED UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE: Historic District of Old Quebec History is everywhere in Old Quebec. The walkable fortified city has a unique European feel and is extraordinarily well preserved after 400 years. The original buildings date from the French regime and the newer buildings preserve the architectural heritage, like the magnificent Museum of Civilization. COMBINE & SAVE Amsterdam, Azores & the Serene Atlantic Sip wine in Bordeaux, taste tapas in Barcelona and stroll on Bermuda’s pink sand beaches when you combine luxurious voyages for an unforgettable 28-night voyage departing on 17 de agosto de 2020. Visit RSSC.com/Specials for additional details.