Your Cruise to Europe, Mediterranean

13 Nights/Europe, Mediterranean

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4.5 out of 5

Day 1
Bordeaux

Bordeaux, hub of the famed wine-growing region, is a port city on the Garonne River in southwestern France. It's known for its Gothic Cathedrale Saint-Andre, 18th- to 19th-century mansions and notable art museums. The grand Place de la Bourse, centered on the Three Graces fountain, overlooks the Miroir d'Eau reflecting pool.

Day 2
Bilbao

Travelers generally come to Bilbao to see the Guggenheim?some for the art inside, but many for the amazing building itself. The Fine Arts Museum and the Basque Museum may not have been designed by Frank Gehry, but are worth a visit, and you can catch international opera stars at the Palacio Euskalduna.

Arrival1:00 PM
Day 3
Gijon

Once an ancient Roman port, Gijon is now a spirited seaside metropolis filled with cider houses, beachside walkways and museums that preserve its distinct history. As the largest and busiest city in Asturias, Gijon went through years of rebuilding to better showcase what many already loved: the porticoed buildings, the cobblestone streets and the ancient palaces. Cruise to Gijon, Spain and see all of these as you walk the edge of the water and up Gijons lovely hills. Then, stroll among yews and banana trees at the Jardin Botanico Atlantico, and get a clear view of the windswept sea from Mirador Parque de la Providencia.

Arrival9:00 AM
Day 4
La Coruna

Perched on a rocky peninsula in Spains northwest, La Coruna is brimming with ancient Roman heritage and maritime history. Head to the Crystal City, located right near the harbor, and check out the galerias

Arrival7:30 AM
Day 5
Vigo

The capital of Catalonia boasts the bustle of the world's busiest seaport, the medieval romance of its Gothic Quarter, and a feast of Catalan Art Nouveau buildings - including the great creations of Antonio Gaud�. The "Great Enchantress" remains one of the most exhilarating cities in Europe, decorated with the grandeur of Picasso, Mir� and Dal�.

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 6
Lisbon

The small capital of Portugal is older than Rome - older, in fact, than any other western European capital. Pastel-colour houses line tiny, stepped alleys in old parts of town, while wide boulevards and mosaic cobblestone sidewalks highlight its grand 18th-century centre. The Alfama, an old Moorish quarter, retains its intricate, Arab-influenced layout.

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 7
At Sea

Day 8
Seville

As the capital of Spain's Andalusia region, the energetic city of Seville stands tall at the banks of the Guadalquivir River. And like its rich flamenco legacy, this well-preserved city performs an elaborate dance between Moorish history and youth-infused street culture. A jovial spirit and intoxicating personality flow freely throughout its narrow streets, from Old Town's palaces to the tapas bars of Santa Cruz. Admire the lavish stylings of Plaza de Espa�a from a painted ceramic bench, or stroll through Maria Luisa Park's serene greenery. Stand in Spain's oldest bullring at the Bullfighting Museum? or breathe in citywide views from the top of Torre del Oro.

Arrival1:00 AM
Day 9
Seville

As the capital of Spain's Andalusia region, the energetic city of Seville stands tall at the banks of the Guadalquivir River. And like its rich flamenco legacy, this well-preserved city performs an elaborate dance between Moorish history and youth-infused street culture. A jovial spirit and intoxicating personality flow freely throughout its narrow streets, from Old Town's palaces to the tapas bars of Santa Cruz. Admire the lavish stylings of Plaza de Espa�a from a painted ceramic bench, or stroll through Maria Luisa Park's serene greenery. Stand in Spain's oldest bullring at the Bullfighting Museum? or breathe in citywide views from the top of Torre del Oro.

Day 10
Cadiz

Almost entirely surrounded by water, this ancient Roman port has a history marked by conquest and destruction. Some of the city's 18th century walls still stand, and its medieval, if not dilapidated charm is evident in its crumbling Moorish structures.

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 11
Granada

The Alhambra citadel of Granada is one of the most famous buildings in Spain: a Moorish fortress with grand archways and delicate ornamental mosaics. Step backwards in time as you wind through the ascending cobblestone streets of Albayzin. You'll be rewarded with beautiful views from the Mirador San Nicolas. Granada's nightlife is vibrant and varied, thanks in part to its student population. Hit the bars of Calle Elvira or, for a quieter outing, the traditional tea rooms of La Calle de Las Teterias.

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 12
Cartagena Spain

This ancient Spanish port is a peaceful, strikingly lovely city off-the-beaten-track. Fortified walls built during the reign of Philip II surround the old quarter of the city, and sheltered cliffs overlook the shimmering Mediterranean Sea.

Arrival9:00 AM
Day 13
Valencia

One of Spain's liveliest cities is known for its oranges, paella (a rice dish with chicken or seafood), and the fallas festival in March. More than just sun and sea, it features great museums and remains of Phoenicians, Greeks, Iberians and Romans.

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 14
Barcelona

The capital of Catalonia boasts the bustle of the world's busiest seaport, the medieval romance of its Gothic Quarter, and a feast of Catalan Art Nouveau buildings - including the great creations of Antonio Gaud�. The "Great Enchantress" remains one of the most exhilarating cities in Europe, decorated with the grandeur of Picasso, Mir� and Dal�.

Arrival6:00 AM

Like her sister ship, the sturdy Azamara Quest is a mid-sized beauty with a deck plan well-suited to the needs of modern voyagers. You'll never feel crowded in the comfortable social spaces of our bars, restaurants, lounges, Casino and Cabaret. Nor will you feel like a sardine jammed in around the pool, where our attentive staff is always ready to offer a complimentary bottled water, soft drink or fresh towel. Staterooms feature modern amenities, furnishings, and European linens. And one of the greatest features of this ship is the large number of staterooms with verandas. There's nothing better than opening your door to the fresh sea air and views. Azamara's friendly ships are an altogether wonderful place to call your home away from home!

Athletic/Exercise Facilities

  • Aerobic and Exercise Room
  • Gymnasium
  • Jogging /Walking Track

Children

Dining

  • Cafe
  • Dining Rooms
  • Room Service

Entertainment/Recreation

  • Bars/Lounges
  • Casino
  • Pool Bar
  • Pools - Outdoor

Health and Beauty

  • Medical Center

Services

  • Beauty Salon
  • Shore Excursion Desk

Ship Facilities

  • Electric Current(220AC/110AC)
  • Laundry Facilities

Shopping

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