Your Cruise to Europe, Mediterranean

13 Nights/Europe, Mediterranean

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4.5 out of 5

Day 1
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 Gaudí. The "Great Enchantress" remains one of the most exhilarating cities in Europe, decorated with the grandeur of Picasso, Miró and Dalí.

Arrival--
Day 2
Marseille

France's second largest city and largest port offers gorgeous coastline, the Provence sun and cosmopolitan charm. Remnants of its decorated 2,600-year history include a 19th-century basilica and cathedral and the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde church. The city has several museums, including the Archaeology and Fine Arts museums.

Arrival8:00 am
Day 3
Villefranche/Nice

This delightful fishing village port is a gateway to Nice, Cannes, the Grand Corniche, Èze and Monte Carlo, Monaco?the best of the wealthy playground known as the French Riviera. It is set like a jewel amidst the sheltering promontory of Cap Ferrat.

Arrival8:00 am
Day 4
La Spezia

The northern Italian port city of La Spezia, on the border of Liguria and Tuscany, offers an ideal gateway to two of the countrys most famous cities: Pisa and Florence. Just one hour by car or train will bring you to Pisa, where you can check out the white-stone arches of the citys famous leaning tower and its sister-structure, the Pisa Cathedral

Arrival8:00 am
Day 5
At Sea

Arrival--
Day 6
Valletta, Malta

In 1530 Malta was given to the Knights Hospitallers, who built a Christian stronghold and the capital, Valletta, behind whose fortifications youll find Renaissance splendors that seem to be untouched by time.

Arrival7:00 am
Day 7
At Sea

Arrival--
Day 8
Taranto, Italy

Taranto is a coastal city in southern Italy. It lies between the Mar Grande (Big Sea) and Mar Piccolo (Little Sea) bodies of water. Bridges link the mainland to the old town, on a small island. This is home to the 15th-century Aragonese Castle, the Spartan Museum of Taranto, and San Cataldo Basilica, with a baroque facade.

Arrival7:00 am
Day 9
Zakynthos

The Ionian Islands are splendid, cinematic paradise. The waters are bluest blue, the sands are achingly silky and smooth. Everything looks heavily Photoshopped. But thats just Mother Nature, in all her unspoiled glory. Zakynthos is the largest of the Ionian Islands, and its as fruitful as it is beautiful, boasting a bounty of crops like olives and grapes. Music is a huge part of the local culture you can catch a concert or festival almost any night of the week, and youll be captivated by the sights and sounds of Zakynthos performers

Arrival8:30 am
Day 10
Kotor

Looking at a map of Europe, you might be forgiven for missing Kotor ? a tiny port in the already-tiny country of Montenegro. But from the moment your Kotor cruise docks, youll enter a larger-than-life world of mighty forts and towering sea cliffs, the air filled with the refreshing smell of the ocean. With a Montenegro cruise, you can explore the attractions inside Kotors fortified Old City, one of the Mediterraneans best-preserved medieval towns. Dont miss the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, an ornate church first consecrated in 1166. Then, scale St. Johns Fortress ? the hilltop fortifications, dating back to the 6th century, offer the best views of the city, the harbor and the surrounding mountains.

Arrival12:00 pm
Day 11
Dubrovnik

Croatia's seaside city is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe. Attractions include a 14th-century Franciscan monastery, the Cathedral and the Gothic Rector's Palace. Within the ancient fortifications is a labyrinth of narrow alleyways and a striking Renaissance boulevard called the Stradun.

Arrival8:00 am
Day 12
Zadar

Zadar is one of the Dalmatian Coast's best-kept secrets? and adventure in this tucked-away treasure teems with centuries of charm. As the oldest continuously inhabited Croatian city, its timeworn history is perpetually on display among old city walls and Venetian gates. And its zany way of life keeps this dynamic city thriving today, from the waterfront Riva promenade to the untouched surrounding islands. One minute you might mingle over coffee in People's Square, the next plunge into turquoise waters off Ugljan Island. You can enter church treasuries, bicycle around Old Town, or check out fascinating museum exhibits. Adventure in Zadar leads you away from the crowds to discover off-the-beaten-path wonders.

Arrival10:00 am
Day 13
Koper

Koper is a port city in Slovenia, on the countrys Adriatic coastline. Its medieval old town centers around Titov Trg, a square with Venetian-influenced landmarks such as the Praetorian Palace and a Gothic-style loggia, while nearby Da Ponte Fountain is a replica of Venices famed Rialto Bridge. Rebuilt many times, the circa-12th-century Cathedral of the Assumption features a tall campanile with sweeping bay views

Arrival10:00 am
Day 14
Porto Corsini (Ravenna)

Arrival5:00 am

Athletic/Exercise Facilities

  • Fitness Center
  • Golf Simulators
  • Health Club
  • Jogging /Walking Track

Business

  • Conference Center
  • Meeting Room

Children

  • Children's World

Dining

  • Cafe
  • Dining Rooms
  • Grill

Entertainment/Recreation

  • Bars/Lounges
  • Casino
  • Movie Theater/Cinema
  • Nautica/Spa
  • Pools - Outdoor
  • Video Arcade
  • Wine Cellar

Room Amenities

  • Accessible Staterooms

Services

  • Beauty Salon

Ship Facilities

  • Elevators

Shopping

  • Boutique
  • Gift Shop

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