Barcelona (Spain) and Back on Riviera

11 April 2018
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1 - Wednesday 11 April Barcelona (Spain) 0600 1800
Cruise ships arrive in Barcelona at one of the berths beyond the famous thoroughfare, Las Ramblas. The port provides the low-cost Blue Bus shuttle transfer into the city, where there are world-class museums dedicated to football, history, Picasso, Miro and Gaudi. The skyline of Barcelona is dominated by Gaudi's architecture - the magnificent Sagrada Familia Cathedral, the apartment block of Casa Mila, and at ground level, Parc Guell.
2 - Thursday 12 April Valencia (Spain) 0800 2000
This lively city's port is 4 kilometres from the city, which has both ancient and contemporary landmarks. Worth visiting is the area of El Barrio del Carmen, where there is stunning Roman and Arab architecture and the old city gate of Torres de Serrano. The 15th-century Llotja de la Seda is a World Heritage Site and former silk trading centre with an elegant Hall of Columns. To capture Valencia's contemporary flavour, see the futuristic City of Arts and Sciences museum. The cathedral has works by Goya.
3 - Friday 13 April Palma (Mallorca) 0800 1900
Palma is Mallorca's elegant city. The port is overlooked by the impressive cathedral, behind which is the old town, its boutiques and squares. Shops can be found around the attractive Placa Major and the Passeig des Born, and the ornate Olivar Market is worth a visit for its flower and fruit displays. There are several places of interest ' the Arab Baths, the fortified palace of La Almudaina, the mural by Joan Miro in Parc del Mar and circular Bellver Castle, perched above the city on a hill.
4 - Saturday 14 April Cruising The Mediterranean Sea
5 - Sunday 15 April Messina (Italy) 0800 1800
This ancient city of cobblestone streets sits on the north-eastern tip of Sicily, and is a busy port a short walk away for the main Piazza and its Duomo. Messina is usually visited as a gateway to the classical ruins of Taormina, tours to Mount Etna and the Church of the Black Madonna in Tindari.
6 - Monday 16 April Sorrento (Italy) 0800 1800
Sorrento lies on a peninsula on the south side of the Bay of Naples, and is the gateway to the picturesque Amalfi Coast, the islands of Ischia and Capri, and the ancient sites of Pompeii and Paestum. Sorrento itself has an unhurried charm, with cafes serving the local tipple, Limoncello in Piazza Tasso. Worth a visit are the Baroque Church del Carmine, the 18th-century villa, Palazzo Correa, and Museo Bottega, which has frescoed vaults and antiquities on display.
7 - Tuesday 17 April Rome (Civitavecchia, Italy) 0800 2000
Civitavecchia is the port for Rome. There is an efficient direct rail link from the port to Rome which takes around 80 minutes. Once in the Italian capital, there is much to see and do; the chief sights are Vatican City, the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain, the Sistine Chapel and its magnificent ceiling, and the Spanish Steps. Designer shops can be found on the Via dei Condotti and Via del Corso, and there are good restaurants throughout the city.
8 - Wednesday 18 April Livorno (Pisa/Florence, Italy) 0800 2000
Large ships visiting Livorno dock a short distance from this town on the western coast of Tuscany. It has a long seafront stretching to Antignano, edged with trees and Art Nouveau villas. The Venezia Nuova quarter is an area of canals, bridges and the handsome 17th-century buildings of Via Borra. Livorno has good rail links to Florence, Pisa and Lucca.
9 - Thursday 19 April Monte Carlo (Monaco) 0800 2200
The cruise ship terminal in Monte Carlo is within walking distance of the town, a glitzy and sophisticated destination well-known for its Grand Prix and the Grand Casino, and for the sleek yachts in its harbour. There are numerous boutiques, the imposing St Nicholas Cathedral, and the hill-top Royal Palace.
10 - Friday 20 April Marseille (France) 0800 1800
Marseille's busy new port is a bus ride away from the city, where there are a variety of shops, the Byzantine cathedral of Notre Dame, and Palais du Pharo were Napoleon III once lived. Vieux Port is the historic waterfront area, and boats take visitors to Chateu d'If which featured in 'The Count of Monte Cristo'.
11 - Saturday 21 April Barcelona (Spain) 0800 1800
Code Category Status Latest Price
G Inside Stateroom WAIT LIST £1764pp
F Inside Stateroom WAIT LIST £1929pp
F Inside Stateroom CLOSED £2029pp
C Deluxe Ocean View WAIT LIST £2299pp
C Deluxe Ocean View CLOSED £2419pp
B4 Veranda Stateroom CLOSED £2427pp
B3 Veranda Stateroom CLOSED £2495pp
B2 Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £2563pp
B1 Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £2631pp
A4 Concierge Level Veranda GUARANTEE £2733pp
A3 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £2793pp
A2 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £2861pp
A1 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £2929pp
PH3 Penthouse Suite CLOSED £3498pp
PH2 Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £3626pp
PH1 Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £3762pp
OC Oceania Suite AVAILABLE £6379pp
VS Vista Suite CLOSED £6969pp
OS Owners Suite CLOSED £8599pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: Included; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
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11 April 2018£1764pp