Barcelona (Spain) to Lisbon (Portugal) on Silver Spirit

13 May 2018
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See the sights of Valencia, Malaga and Gibraltar on this luxury voyage from Barcelona on Silver Spirit!

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Sunday 13 May Barcelona (Spain) 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 - Monday 14 May Valencia (Spain) 0800 2200
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 - Tuesday 15 May Ibiza (Spain) 0800 1800
Best known for its summer club parties, Ibiza is a picturesque island with an historic old town, Dalt Vila, reached via a drawbridge and the impressive gateway of Portal de Ses Taules. There are many gift shops, art galleries and excellent restaurants, and a 14th-century cathedral. Ibiza is the third-largest of the Balearic Islands and has good beaches and an inland terrain speckled with fig and olive trees. To the south are the white salt fields of Las Salinas.
4 - Wednesday 16 May Cartagena (Spain) 0800 1800
The port of Cartagena is within walking distance of the town which has been occupied by Romans, Muslims and Arabs during its long history. A long-forgotten Roman theatre was recently rediscovered in the town, which also has Art Nouveau buildings, a grand City Hall and interesting shops along Calle Mayor. A narrow-gauge train carries visitors to the nearby fishing village of Los Nietos and its salt-water lake.
5 - Thursday 17 May Malaga (Spain) 0800 2359
Malaga cruise port is situated at the end of the town's promenade. Sitting on a sweeping Andalucian bay, Malaga has long been popular as a beach resort, and has plenty of attractions for visitors. Walk its wide palm-shaded boulevards, narrow streets and squares and discover the Museo Picasso which honours one of Malaga's most famous sons, Alcazaba Fortress and a nearby Roman amphitheatre, and an impressive cathedral.
6 - Friday 18 May Gibraltar 0800 1700
The small British territory of Gibraltar is an interesting mixture of British and Spanish cultures, consisting of the famous Rock and a narrow spit of land between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. It is famous for the cliff-top colony of Barbary Apes reached by cable car, the Siege Tunnels built during World War II, St Michael's Cave and its unusual auditorium and a variety of shops selling tax-free goods. There are buses and a shuttle service from the port to the town.
7 - Saturday 19 May Casablanca (Morocco) 0800 1900
Casablanca's port sits next to one of the city's chief attractions, the huge and impressive Hassan II Mosque completed in 1993. Long boulevards lead to the medina, the Habbous souk district, the mosaics and cedar-carved ceilings of Mahkama du Pacha and an abundance of good traditional and seafood restaurants.
8 - Sunday 20 May Cadiz (Spain) 0900 2300
Cadiz is surrounded on three sides by the sea. The city is dominated by the gold dome of the Baroque Cathedral Nueva, and there are several historic buildings including the mansions around Plaza San Antonio, the Admiral's House and the Tavira Tower. Classical flamenco singing can be heard in the Santa Maria District, and recently opened to the public is the large Roman theatre discovered following a fire in the 1980s.
9 - Monday 21 May Lisbon (Portugal) 1800
Lisbon has three ports, all with taxi services and within 3 kilometers of the city centre. Lisbon is a sprawling city which has been occupied by Visigoths, Moors, Romans and Celts. Alfama and Barrio Alto are historic districts of cobbled streets, wrought-iron balconies and Moorish buildings. Its most famous landmarks are the World Heritage Sites of Belem Tower and the impressive 16th-century Jeronimos Monastery.
10 - Tuesday 22 May Lisbon (Portugal)
Code Category Status Latest Price
VI Vista Suite WAITLIST £5200pp
B1 Veranda Suite WAITLIST £5800pp
B2 Veranda Suite WAITLIST £5900pp
B3 Veranda Suite WAITLIST £6000pp
B4 Veranda Suite WAITLIST £6100pp
B5 Veranda Suite WAITLIST £6200pp
B6 Veranda Suite WAITLIST £6300pp
SL Silver Suite WAITLIST £10100pp
R1 Royal 1 Suite WAITLIST £10300pp
G1 Grand 1 Suite WAITLIST £12200pp
O1 Owner's 1 Suite WAITLIST £13800pp
R2 Royal 2 Suite WAITLIST £14800pp
G2 Grand 2 Suite WAITLIST £15800pp
O2 Owner's 2 Suite WAITLIST £16300pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
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13 May 2018£5200pp