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Boarding Dates
22/03/2014

Duration
11 nights

Cruise - MSC Armonia
MSC Armonia from MSC Cruises
MSC Armonia: MSC Armonia is the ideal cruise ship for experiencing the delights of the sea. Swimming pools in the open breezes, sports areas and spa treatments for full days of relaxation and well-being. Restaurants for every taste, Broadway style shows and a Las Vegas-like casino: everything has been specially designed for delightful evenings.
Cruise Itinerary
Day Date Port Arrival Departure Activity*
1 Sat 22 Mar Las Palmas de G.Canaria .... 20:00 Docked
2 Sun 23 Mar At Sea .... .... ...
3 Mon 24 Mar Casablanca 08:00 21:00 Docked
4 Tue 25 Mar Cadiz 10:30 19:00 Docked
5 Wed 26 Mar Malaga 09:00 18:00 Docked
6 Thu 27 Mar At Sea .... .... ...
7 Fri 28 Mar La Goulette 13:00 18:00 Docked
8 Sat 29 Mar Valletta 10:00 17:00 Docked
9 Sun 30 Mar Cefalonia 13:00 19:00 Docked/Tender
10 Mon 31 Mar Dubrovnik 13:00 19:00 Docked
11 Tue 01 Apr Split 08:00 18:00 Docked
12 Wed 02 Apr Venice 09:00 .... Docked
*Information subject to change based on anchorage availability.

Interior Stateroom

Single beds that can be converted into double bed (on request) except for the cabins for disabled people. Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with shower. Interactive TV. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Inside Stateroom: Approximately 140 sq ft 
Interior Stateroom - MSC Armonia Interior Stateroom plan

Oceanview Stateroom

Single beds that can be converted into double bed (on request). Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with shower. TV. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning.  Oceanview Stateroom: Approximately 140 sq ft 
Oceanview Stateroom - MSC Armonia Oceanview Stateroom plan

Balcony Suite

Double bed. Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with tub. TV. Telephone. Availability of internet connection by your own laptop (on payment). Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Approximately 302 sq ft (248 sq ft + 54 sq ft balcony).
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Interior Stateroom for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility

Single beds that can be converted into double bed (on request) except for the cabins for disabled people. Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with shower. Interactive TV. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Surface 21 sq.m.
Inside for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility Inside for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility

 CAS01WI - CITY TOUR AND HASSAN II'S MOSQUE (approx. 4 hours) - Casablanca, Morocco
    Founded by the Carthaginian who called the city “Anfa”, Casablanca as it is today is the result of rebuilding work carried out after a devastating earthquake in 1755. This city excursion will take you on a panoramic tour through the main streets and squares of Casablanca with a short stop at a typical local market where you will find a variety of goods and a local natural pharmacy. We will visit the beautiful Cathedral of Notre Dame de Lourdes and the highlight of the excursion will be a visit to the magnificent Mosque of Hassan II, the largest mosque in the Islamic world after Mecca. Please note: if the call falls on a day of religious celebrations the visit to the mosque will be around the exterior only. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting the mosque.For MSC Armonia 2-day calls, this tour is foreseen either on the first day or on the second day.

Price per Person Starting from: $74.00Adults $52.00Children


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 CAS02WI - MARRAKECH (full day, lunch included) - Casablanca, Morocco
      Situated a 3-hour coach drive from the port of Casablanca lies the vibrant city of Marrakech, also called the “Pearl of the South”. Included in the tour itinerary are some of Marrakech’s key sights, including the beautifully decorated Saadian tombs and the magnificent late 19-century Bahia Palace and gardens. A stop will be made for you to enjoy a reviving lunch, after which the tour continues on to its final destination: Marrakech’s bustling Jamaa el-Fna Square. This old marketplace in the city’s medina quarter is teeming with life. Traders, snake charmers, acrobats, jugglers, storytellers, magicians, musicians and peddlers of traditional medicines: this place has got the lot. Before returning to Casablanca you will break for a short visit to a natural pharmacy. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair as long periods of walking are involved. For MSC Armonia 2-day calls, this tour is foreseen on the first day.

Price per Person Starting from: $161.00Adults $113.00Children


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 CAS03WI - RABAT (approx. 5 hours) - Casablanca, Morocco
   Among the must-sees during your stay in North Africa is the historical coastal city of Rabat, which is not only the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, but also the country’s third-largest metropolis with a population of around 650,000 inhabitants. After boarding a modern coach at the port in Casablanca, a 1.5-hour drive will first take you north to reach your destination, the seat of the Moroccan government and the residence of King Hassan II: the city of Rabat. Your guided tour of the capital’s main highlights begins at Grand Mechouar Official Square and then moves on to Hassan Tower, the minaret of what was once intended to become the world’s largest mosque when building began in 1195. Only four years later, construction work stopped when the sultan died and all that remains now of the ambitious building project are the beginnings of several walls and around 200 unfinished columns. A walk through Rabat’s vibrant medina quarter and visits to the elegantly white Mausoleum of Mohammed V, which contains the tombs of the late Moroccan king along with his two sons, as well as the manicured gardens belonging to the Kasbah of the Udayas round out your guided tour before you head back to Casablanca and your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with mobility problems; long periods of walking involved. If the call falls on a day of religious celebrations the visit to the Mausoleum will be external; its internal visit will be reconfirmed on the day of call and may be omitted in case the King of Morocco is in town. This tour is foreseen in the afternoon. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting the mosque. This tour is foreseen in the afternoon on all calls except for MSC Armonia 2-day calls, when it is foreseen on the second day and in the morning.

Price per Person Starting from: $77.00Adults $54.00Children


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 CAS04WI - FEZ (full day, lunch included) - Casablanca, Morocco
    Also known as the “Athens of Africa” for the beauty of its old quarter, the city of Fez makes a spectacular destination for a day of sightseeing off the ship. After boarding your coach in Casablanca, a 3.5-hour coach ride will first take you inland through the Moroccan countryside – a highlight in itself. On arrival, the guided city tour will take you to see all the key attractions, including the ancient walled medina, the so-called Fes El Bali. This typical market area is divided into a number of different souks, each of which is dedicated to a specific type of artisan product, from woodwork to leather. Also on the itinerary are a look around the city’s walled Jewish quarter, called a mellah, as well as an outside viewing of Kairaouine Mosque, which dates back to the year 859 and is also a seat of higher Islamic learning, a so-called madrasa. A further stop will enable you to admire from outside the grand 14th-century Medersa el-Attarine building, which was designed to function as an annexe to Kairaouine Mosque. To keep your strength up, lunch is also included in the tour, which comes to a close with your return journey to the port and your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties; long periods of walking involved. For MSC Armonia 2-day calls, this tour is foreseen on the first day.

Price per Person Starting from: $157.00Adults $110.00Children


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 CAS05WI - CASABLANCA & RABAT (full day, lunch included) - Casablanca, Morocco
      This tour of two cities is a great way to see the key sights of Casablanca, the country’s largest metropolis and main port, as well as Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Starting in Casablanca, a first stop will be made at Mohamed V Square and Hassan II Mosque, the third-largest in the world with enough room to accommodate 25,000 worshippers inside and a further 80,000 in its capacious courtyard. Its dramatic appearance is further enhanced by its stunning location on a promontory jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. The Casablanca leg then continues with a drive through the fashionable oceanfront Corniche and Anfa areas to the Habbous quarter for a good look around a typical market and a local natural pharmacy. Then it’s time to head for Rabat, about a 1.5-hour drive to the north, to enjoy this city’s best sights. These include the beautiful Mausoleum of Mohamed V, an elegant building of dazzling white, as well as Hassan Tower, the incomplete minaret of an equally unfinished mosque that dates back to the early 12th century. A number of half-finished walls and the beginnings of some 200 columns are all that remain of this grand design today. Stops will also be made at the beautiful Kasbah of the Udayas as well as at the Royal Palace for an outside peek at the impressive building. There will also be time for a delicious lunch on this all-day tour before you head back to Casablanca and your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with mobility problems; long periods of walking involved. If the call falls on a day of religious celebrations the visit to the Mausoleum will be external; its internal visit will be reconfirmed on the day of call and may be omitted in case the King of Morocco is in town. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance.For MSC Armonia 2-day calls, this tour is foreseen on the first day.

Price per Person Starting from: $160.00Adults $112.00Children


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 CAS07WI - AZZEMOUR & EL JADIDA: full day, lunch included - Casablanca, Morocco
      Your outing to Moroccan culture and traditions begins with an 1-hour coach drive to Azzemour, a city located on the banks of the river Oum Er-Rbia and whose inhabitants became vassals of the King of Portugal. You will enjoy a short visit to the Medina, walking along its streets and admiring the products of Berber craftsmen. Your trip will continue with a short coach drive to El Jadida, previously known as Mazagan, a city that was seized by the Portuguese in 1502 and that remained under their control until 1769. The fortified city was listed as a UNESCO heritage site in 2004 as an “outstanding example of the interchange of influences between European and Moroccan cultures”. Highlight of the tour will be a visit to the famous Portuguese Cistern whose floor is covered by a thin layer of water creating fine reflections of light. The cistern was built in 1514 as a warehouse and was converted into a cistern later and was constructed with five rows of five stone pillars. A walking along the streets of the Medina will follow before taking a break for sightseeing enjoying a typical lunch. A coach drive to Casablanca will mark the end of your tour.

Price per Person Starting from: $108.00Adults $76.00Children


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 CAS08WI - OVERLAND TOUR TO MARRAKECH: 2 days - Casablanca, Morocco
      Exclusive opportunity for a fascinating 2-day trip that will enable you to enjoy the treasures and the traditions of the tourist capital of Morocco: the aristocratic and magical Marrakech. This excursion will give you the chance to leave the vessel in Casablanca and rejoin it in Agadir with a night stay in Marrakech. Leave the port for a 3.5-hour coach drive to Marrakech, also called the “Pearl of the South”. Included in the tour itinerary are some of Marrakech’s key sights, including the famous Koutoubia Minaret, the symbol of the city, the imposing city walls and ramparts and the magnificent late 19-century Bahia Palace and gardens. A stop will be made for you to enjoy a reviving lunch, after which the tour continues on to other highlights: Marrakech’s bustling Jamaa el-Fna Square. This old marketplace in the city’s medina quarter is teeming with life. Traders, snake charmers, acrobats, jugglers, storytellers, magicians, musicians and peddlers of traditional medicines: this place has got the lot. You will also visit the Ben Yusuf Madrasa, founded in 1565 and considered the largest Koranic school in Morocco, capable of housing a total of 400 students and teachers. This large, monastery-like building has survived intact and is decorated with stucco-works, mosaics and cederwood marquetry. Your stay in Marrakech will be highlighted by a delicious Moroccan dinner at a leading hotel where you will spend the night. The next morning you will continue the sightseeing of Marrakech before starting a nearly 3-hours coach ride to Agadir where you will be joining your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair as long periods of walking are involved. This tour includes 2 lunches, 1 breakfast and 1 dinner and night accommodation in a leading hotel in double room. Single occupancy on request. The order of the visits in Marrakech may vary. This tour is available on following dates: 16.12.2013 + 13.01.2014 + 27.01.2014 + 10.02.2014 + 24.02.2014 + 10.03.2014

Price per Person Starting from: $380.00Adults Not availableChildren


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 CAS09WI - THE LIGHTS OF CASABLANCA AT NIGHT: approx. 4 hours - Casablanca, Morocco
      Prepare yourself to marvel at the beauty of Casablanca at night with a sightseeing coach tour that will enable you to see this important city at the lights of the night. A first stop will be at Mohamed V square, the nerve centre of the city; do not miss the opportunity to take pictures of the sound and lights effect recreated in the magnificent fountain. Continue along the park of the Arabic League and Moulay Youssef boulevard, one of the biggest streets of Casablanca, lined up with elegant houses inspired by Art Deco and Neo-Moorish Art. Another stop will be at the famous Hassan II Mosque, the third-largest in the world with enough room to accommodate 25,000 worshippers inside and a further 80,000 in its capacious courtyard. After taking pictures of this important monument, you will drive along the famous Corniche to reach our restaurant. You will be seduced by the atmosphere of the authentic charm and romance in a setting where nothing is left to chance: candles, intimate atmosphere, hand-painted decorations. Taste a delicious Moroccan dinner accompanied by Arab Andalusian music and traditional dances.

Price per Person Starting from: $103.00Adults $72.00Children


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 CAD01WI - CITY TOUR (approx. 3.5 hours) - Cadiz, Spain
   Founded on a narrow slice of land jutting out into the Gulf of Cádiz, the eponymous city effortlessly blends the narrow alleyways of its historical quarters with the generously dimensioned avenues of its modern districts. This informative and entertaining sightseeing tour will take you to see the city’s key cultural highlights. After visiting the Plaza de España and the co-located Monument to the Constitution of 1812 near the port itself, your tour continues on to the old city walls and then to the Oratory of San Felipe, a church featuring an elliptical plan and ornate Baroque altar ledges, for an external viewing. A refreshing stroll down the shady paths of the beautifully landscaped Genovese Park will be followed by a visit to Cádiz Cathedral and Museum. Built between 1722 and 1838 on the site of an older cathedral that was destroyed by fire in 1596, the Cathedral is a blend of Baroque and Neo-Classical architectural styles and is crowned by a beautiful golden cupola, a landmark that is as characteristic of the Cádiz skyline as the pyramids are of Egypt. Please note: the visit to the Cathedral will be reconfirmed during your cruise. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance.

Price per Person Starting from: $56.00Adults $39.00Children


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 CAD02WI - SEVILLE (full day, lunch included) - Cadiz, Spain
     Upon leaving the port of Cadiz, a 2-hour drive will take you to Seville and your first stop: a guided visit to the city’s impressive Gothic Cathedral, the world’s third-largest church. The tour then continues on foot to Barrio de Santa Cruz, Seville’s Jewish quarter, which is characterised by its quaint, narrow streets and typical local patios. Next up is a stop at the Alcázar, an ancient medieval fortress built by Moorish craftsmen. It was once a residence of the Spanish royal family and is now a UNESCO world heritage site. The last leg of the tour takes you to Maria Luisa’s Park and the Plaza de España, which is surrounded by luxurious pavilions that date back to the Latin-American exposition of 1929. To ensure you keep your strength up, the tour includes a delicious lunch. Please note: if it is not possible to visit the Alcazar this attraction will be replaced by a visit to Pilato’s House. Program to be reconfirmed onboard. The tour includes walking on uneven ground at the “Barrio de Santa Cruz” and there are many steps inside the Cathedral therefore is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance.

Price per Person Starting from: $143.00Adults $100.00Children


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 CAD03WI - JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA (4.5 hours) - Cadiz, Spain
   Bottoms up … Jerez is the home of sherry and we will drink to your health during this fun half day outing ! Enjoy a 45-minute drive to Jerez de la Frontera, a small, pretty town some 50 km from Cadiz. Visit the wine cellars and learn more about the famous Jerez sherry. Have fun spotting the signatures of celebrities that have visited the wine cellars… and keep your eyes open for the glass of wine and cheese which is placed on the floor for the cellar mouse ! We will end the excursion with a sightseeing tour of Jerez before returning to port. Please note: this tour includes walking on uneven ground inside the cellars and there are many steps therefore is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair.

Price per Person Starting from: $55.00Adults $39.00Children


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 CAD04WI - FLAMENCO SHOW & PANORAMIC CITY TOUR (approx. 3.5 hours) - Cadiz, Spain
     A stunning panoramic tour of Cadiz, the most ancient city in western Europe and a member of the Most Ancient Towns Network, awaits you for drive-by viewings of the city’s strikingly beautiful plazas, important buildings and historical monuments. The city also boasts an ancient Roman theatre, an 18th-century watchtower and the vestiges of the old town wall. You will have a chance to visit Cadiz Cathedral, a fascinating building merging various architectural styles. Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical elements come together here to form an eclectic mix of outstanding beauty. Keeping the best till last, the tour highlight is a live flamenco show. This authentic demonstration of Andalusia’s traditional dance brings your tour to a perfect close before returning you to your ship. Please note: in case of religious service, the guide will give explanation outside the Cathedral; guests will visit the site individually. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance.

Price per Person Starting from: $78.00Adults $55.00Children


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 CAD06WI - SEVILLE AT YOUR OWN PACE ( full day, lunch not included) - Cadiz, Spain
   After leaving the port, your tour begins with an enjoyable 2-hour drive through the Spanish countryside to Seville, a stunning Spanish city and the capital of the autonomous community of Andalusia. Independent travellers will appreciate having plenty of free time to explore this lovely city at their leisure. The old part of town is the largest in Spain and covers almost 4 square kilometres and Seville harbour, approx. 80 km from the coast, is Spain’s only river port. Whether you check out the monuments and historical buildings, visit the beautiful Cathedral of Seville, which is also the final resting place of Christopher Columbus, or simply stroll through the elegant streets and squares, especially of the charming Jewish Quarter, you’ll find Seville is an all-round delight. Make the most of a day spent under the Spanish sun, soaking up the authentic Andalusian atmosphere.

Price per Person Starting from: $66.00Adults $46.00Children


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 CAD07WI - WALKING TOUR OF CADIZ (approx. 2.5 hours) - Cadiz, Spain
   Undoubtedly the best way to explore the city of Cadiz is on foot. This guided tour starts near the port in the “Plaza de España” and takes in the “Plaza de la Mina”, the outside of the Museum of Cadiz and “Calle Ancha” where we will stop and admire the XIX century palaces. We will also pass through the lovely walled “San Juan de Dios” Square, located close to the sea and with a magnificent marble fountain. Continue to the Town Hall and Cathedral for exterior visit. You will have some free time to stroll the city before returning to the port. Please note: this tour includes walking on uneven ground in the city centre therefore is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair.

Price per Person Starting from: $30.00Adults $21.00Children


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 MAL01WI - CITY TOUR (approx. 4 hours) - Malaga, Spain
   Situated in the deep south of Spain on the Mediterranean coast, the city of Málaga is not just a popular tourist attraction for its sunny climate and beaches, it is also one of the world’s oldest cities and the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. Your half-day excursion begins with a guided tour through the main streets of the city, passing the Alameda Principal – a grand boulevard flanked by lush trees – on the way. A visit to the 16th-century Cathedral, one of the most important examples of Andalusian Renaissance architecture, as well as a look around the Gibralfaro fortress are equally on the tour itinerary. Your return to the port and your ship brings the tour to an end. Please note: the visit to the Cathedral and the Gibralfaro fortress must be reconfirmed during your cruise. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting places of religious importance.

Price per Person Starting from: $59.00Adults $41.00Children


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 MAL02WI - MIJAS, THE WHITE TOWN (approx. 4 hours) - Malaga, Spain
  Situated only a little way inland from the beautiful Costa del Sol coastline approx. 1 hour’s coach ride from Malaga lies Mijas, a pretty little Andalusian town with cobbled streets and typical white-washed buildings. Thanks to its elevated location at a height of 428 metres above sea level, the town’s Pueblo Mijas district is known for its views of the African coast, the Atlas mountains, the rock of Gibraltar and a generous portion of the Costa del Sol. There are many small independent stores mainly selling meticulously crafted artisan products, including attractive pottery and clothing. You will have some free time to enjoy Mijas on your own before heading back to Malaga and your ship.

Price per Person Starting from: $52.00Adults $36.00Children


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 MAL04WI - ALHAMBRA IN GRANADA ( full day, lunch included) - Malaga, Spain
    Your enjoyable day trip off the ship begins with a 1.5-hour coach drive inland from the port of Malaga through the wonderful Andalusian countryside to the city of Granada, which is situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Your ultimate tour destination is Granada’s impressive Alhambra Palace, a fortified palace complex situated at the top of a hill. The Moorish building is one of Spain’s major attractions and home to some of the most significant Islamic architecture in the country. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You tour includes a visit to the Palacio de Generalife, literally the “Architect’s Garden”, which was built in Italian Renaissance style with terraces and beautiful fountains. Your tour also includes lunch. Please note: your visit to Alhambra Palace and the gardens will be on foot and will take approx. 2.5 hours. This tour is available only on 26.03.2014 (MSC Armonia). This tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair.

Price per Person Starting from: $143.00Adults $100.00Children


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 MAL05WI - MARBELLA & PUERTO BANÚS (approx. 4.5 hours) - Malaga, Spain
   Your half-day excursion to the seaside resort of Marbella – one of Spain’s most popular holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol and certainly one of the prettiest – begins with a scenic 1-hour coach ride from Málaga port. Marbella is ideally set, tucked away in between the Sierra Blanca mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. Your guide will show you around the key sights of the city, such as the 16th-/17th-century Iglesia de la Encarnación, a fabulous church built in late Gothic style that features an ornate golden altar. The next stop is the pretty marina at Puerto Banús, a suburb of Marbella. You will have some free time to have coffee (not included in the price of the tour), explore the resort and admire the beautiful yachts moored in the luxury marina before returning to the port and your ship. Please note: external viewings only of the places visited.

Price per Person Starting from: $57.00Adults $40.00Children


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 MAL06WI - THE CAVES OF NERJA (approx. 4.5 hours) - Malaga, Spain
   A 1-hour drive by coach from Málaga port will take you to the coastal town of Nerja, home to a famous network of caves that were re-discovered in modern times by a group of potholing friends in 1959. The caves were inhabited from approx. 25,000 B.C. to the Bronze Age, with cave paintings delivering lasting proof of human habitation. Considered to be one of the most beautiful complexes of its kind in Europe, the cave system is made up of various chambers with their characteristic stalagmites and stalactites, including the amazing Cataclysm Chamber – which houses a perpendicular central column that rises 32 metres into the air – and the so-called Hall of Nativity. You will also have some free time to enjoy the panoramic view from the “Balcony of Europe” before your tour concludes with your return to Málaga. Please note: the visit to the caves involves walking up and down winding steps, stairs, narrow passages and on slippery ground. Taking pictures with flash inside the caves is prohibited.

Price per Person Starting from: $59.00Adults $41.00Children


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 MAL07WI - A TASTE OF ANDALUSIA (approx. 4 hours) - Malaga, Spain
     Enjoy a guided tour of Málaga, Spain’s fifth-largest city, plus an inside viewing of Gibralfaro Castle, an imposing fortification built by the Caliph of Granada in the 14th century. Located on top of Mount Gibralfaro at 130 metres above sea level, the castle also delivers wonderful views of the surrounding scenery. Indeed, the name Gibralfaro is derived from a Phoenician word meaning “rock of light”. Next up is a visit to the La Malagueta bullring. A look around the arena and the museum will give you a real feel for this popular Spanish pastime. The Spanish folk theme continues with a trip to a dance studio for a flamenco show put on by a troupe of dancers. A snack will be served while you enjoy this performance of one of the country’s leading art forms. Please note: as the viewing of Gibralfaro Castle involves climbing numerous steps, it is not suitable for guests with mobility problems or using a wheelchair.

Price per Person Starting from: $101.00Adults $71.00Children


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 MAL09WI - THE MANY FLAVOURS OF MÁLAGA ( approx. 4 hours) - Malaga, Spain
    After boarding a modern coach at Málaga pier, your journey of discovery begins with an orientational spin to see the city’s most prominent sights and includes a brief photo call at Mount Gibralfaro, from where superb views are yours to enjoy. Moving on, prepare your senses for the myriad colours and aromas of Málaga’s main market, the Mercado Atarazanas, a so-called “Historic-Artistic Monument”. The market’s old gate continues to stand proud as a reminder of the site’s Moorish past. With your appetite whetted by this temple of foodie goodness, the next stop will be a classic Spanish café to indulge your palate with a thoroughly moreish sweet surprise: some deep-fried, sugar-dusted churros and a hug-in-a-mug serving of hot chocolate. Similar to a doughnut in texture, churros deliver a melt-in-the-mouth moment you’ll love to savour. Suitably fortified, the journey then continues on through town towards the historical district, culminating at the elegant old-world environs of Málaga’s main drag, which bears the grand name of Calle Marqués de Larios. Some time to call your own and do as you please then follows before you begin to make your way back to the port and your ship. Please note: this excursion is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. This tour is not available on 05.01.2014

Price per Person Starting from: $46.00Adults $32.00Children


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 MAL10WI - ROMANTIC MÁLAGA ( approx. 4 hours) - Malaga, Spain
    Make a date with Málaga and discover all the romance of this lovely seaside city – the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. Your first stop on this half-day jaunt will be the vantage point at Mount Gibralfaro for you to savour the amazing views of the surrounding area – and capture the moment by taking some photos. On returning to the city, a guided walk will give you a chance to amble down the main streets of Málaga. Your guide will keep you entertained with interesting snippets about the city’s history and stories of some famous weddings that were celebrated in the town. A well-earned chance to have a rest and enjoy the lively ambience of one of Málaga’s best tapas bars then follows at “El Pimpi”. Your snack of tasty tapas and a drink will be accompanied by the soothing sounds of serenades sung to a soft guitar by a group of costumed university students known as a “tuna”. Having originated in 13th-century Iberia, the tradition remains popular as a means for students to earn money for their keep. Your guide will tell you all about it as you sit, sip and savour the authentic flavours and sounds of Spain. Your return the port brings your tour of romantic Málaga to a close. Please note: this excursion is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair.

Price per Person Starting from: $55.00Adults $39.00Children


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 MAL11WI - A SLICE OF ANDALUSIAN PARADISE (approx. 5.5 hours) - Malaga, Spain
    A whole host of authentic Andalusian impressions that go beyond just sea and sand are yours to enjoy on this leisurely outing that will take you through Málaga’s surprisingly varied hinterland and begins with a scenic 40-minute coach journey up to a traditional Spanish finca. Your entertaining and welcoming host will introduce you to the wonderful flavours of produce grown in the so-called “Sunshine Valley”, before you move on to have breakfast in traditional Andalusian style – delicious! Next on your Andalusian adventure is the traditionally whitewashed village of Álora – one of the many pueblos blancos for which the region is known – that sits tucked away amid three rocky spurs. After a chance to stretch your legs and explore the narrow lanes of this appealing village, a further coach leg through breathtaking scenery will see you reach the mesmerisingly beautiful El Chorro Gorge, aka the “Málaga Lake District”. The beguiling turquoise of the crystal-clear water surrounded by deep-green pine forests make these lakes a certain highlight of your outing. Some free time to enjoy the gorgeous surroundings brings the excursion to a close before you return to the port and your ship. Please note: this tour is not recommended for guests in a wheelchair.

Price per Person Starting from: $59.00Adults $41.00Children


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 TUN01WI - HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL TOUR (approx. 4 hours 15 minutes) - La Goulette, Tunisia
    After boarding your coach and leaving the port of Tunis, known as La Goulette, you will head for the nearby archaeological ruins of ancient Carthage, a city from the 6th century B.C. that was once the base of a powerful trading empire. Its most famous citizen was Hannibal, the general who crossed the Alps to do battle with the Romans. You will have a chance to visit the baths of Antonius. The next stop on the tour is at Sidi Bou Said, a typical fishing village with characteristic white and blue houses that was founded by Andalusian Arabs. The village is perfect for a gentle stroll through its pretty streets and you will have some free time to explore on your own before returning to the port. Please note: the museum visit in Sidi Bou Said is optional and not included in the price; guests must pay the entrance fee if they wish to visit. A fee is requested to take pictures or shoot videos at the sites.

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Price per Person Starting from: $70.00Adults $49.00Children


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 TUN02WI - SHOPPING TOUR (approx. 4.5 hours) - La Goulette, Tunisia
    This enjoyable shopping tour begins with a short coach ride from the port to the old medina quarter, which is a UNESCO world heritage site and boasts some 700 monuments, including historical palaces, mosques, mausoleums and fountains. It is also where spectacular architectural beauty meets a shopper’s delight: the typical and traditional spice market with hundreds of stalls selling a huge variety of local produce. After the medina, you will continue on to the little fishing village of Sidi Bou Said, which was founded by Andalusian Arabs and is known particularly for the consistent white-and-blue colour scheme of the houses all throughout the town. You will have time to soak up the special charm of the village on your own before beginning your return trip to the port. Please note: the museum visit in Sidi Bou Said is optional and not included in the price; guests have to pay the entrance fee. The shopping trip in Tunis is with a guide.

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Price per Person Starting from: $66.00Adults $46.00Children


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 TUN05WI - CARTHAGE & MEDINA (approx. 4.5 hours) - La Goulette, Tunisia
    The ancient city of Carthage, which today forms a suburb of Tunis, dates back nearly 3,000 years and was built on a promontory overlooking the sea, which favourable position facilitated the key role that Carthage played in maritime trade. Upon leaving the port, a brief coach transfer will take you to the ancient site, which was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1979. The tour includes a visit to the Punic Tophet, a spine-tingling open-air memorial to deceased infants from this early Phoenician period, before then continuing on to the Antonin Baths, the ruins of the largest Roman bath complex outside Rome itself. Next up is a spot of shopping in the Medina, the typical Arab market in Tunis. Your guide will point out the different types of goods and spices as you make your way through the narrow streets of the market. Your tour concludes with your return to the port and your ship. Please note : the shopping trip in Tunis is with a guide.
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Price per Person Starting from: $66.00Adults $46.00Children


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 TUN11WI - EXPLORING THE COLORFUL SOUKS OF TUNIS (approx. 4 hours) - La Goulette, Tunisia
     Your excursion will begin with a short panoramic bus tour of Tunis’ modern district, which offers a great introduction to this fascinating North African city. We will then head to the colourful world of the Medina (market); accompanied by a guide, you can stroll the streets of this lively district for some shopping, Arabian style. You can soak up the sights and sounds of this souk as you admire the many handicraft stalls and inhale the fragrant scent of spices. We will stop at a traditional carpet shop to learn about the history and traditions of the Berber people, who are famed for their production of quality Tunisian carpets and rugs. Our tour concludes with a café stop to sample local pastries and coffee whilst enjoying a display of Tunisian folk dance.

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Price per Person Starting from: $62.00Adults $43.00Children


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 MLT01WI - VALLETTA AND MDINA (approx. 4 hours) - Valletta, Malta
  Visit the Barraka gardens with their wonderful panoramic view over the Great Harbour before moving on to the lovely St. John’s Cathedral which dates back to the ancient Knights of Malta and is rich in treasures, including masterpieces by Caravaggio. On to Mdina, known as the “silent town” and which is dominated by the Baroque style St. Paul’s Cathedral; we will visit St. Paul’s before walking the narrow streets of this medieval city. Return to the ship. Please note: the visit to Mdina is entirely on foot with walking on long distances so this tour is not recommended for guests with mobility problems. There might be restrictions in shooting videos or taking pictures inside the Cathedrals.

Price per Person Starting from: $61.00Adults $43.00Children


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 MLT03WI - RABAT, MOSTA & MDINA (approx. 3.5 hours) - Valletta, Malta
   Visit of the “silent town” of Mdina, walking the medieval streets and admiring the city's old bastion. We will continue to the town of Rabat and stop at a crafts centre to purchase souvenirs. The last stop of the tour is Mosta, where we will visit the Cathedral, distinguished by its splendid dome: an architectural feat and the third largest unsupported dome in the world. Please note: the visit to the handicraft centre may be replaced by a visit to a glass-blowing factory. The visit to Mdina is entirely on foot with walking on long distances so this tour is not recommended for guests with mobility problems. There might be restrictions in shooting videos or taking pictures inside the Cathedral.

Price per Person Starting from: $61.00Adults $43.00Children


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 MLT04WI - HARBOUR CRUISE & WINE TASTING TOUR (half day) - Valletta, Malta
    To visit the island state of Malta, leave your ship and board a modern motorboat to embark on a relaxing sail along the scenic Maltese coastline, along the way passing by the lovely Cottonera area made up of Senglea, Cospicua and Vittoriosa, which are collectively known as The Three Cities. Nearly opposite Cottonera lies the Maltese capital, Valletta, whose harbour you will approach via the water route. The city has retained much of its architectural heritage and one of its most iconic sights is Valletta waterfront, a marvel of 18th-century Baroque architecture that has been extensively restored. Do take your camera to capture awe-inspiring views of the waterfront, while also enjoying a wine-tasting session at this unique location. Your tour comes to a close with your return boat trip to your ship. Please note: the feasibility of the excursion is subject to wind / sea conditions on the day of call.

Price per Person Starting from: $57.00Adults $40.00Children


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 MLT10WI - THE NEOLITHIC TEMPLES & MARSAXLOKK BAY (approx. 3.5 hours) - Valletta, Malta
  Transfer to south-east Malta to discover the island’s megalithic temples which are classed as UNESCO World Heritage Site and which are older than the pyramids. The tour continues to Marsaxlokk Bay, Malta’s second largest natural bay where you can admire the brightly-coloured “Luzzus” fishing boats which, in keeping with sea-faring tradition, have a pair of eyes painted on the bow.

Price per Person Starting from: $55.00Adults $39.00Children


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 MLT12WI - JEEP TOUR (approx. 4 hours) - Valletta, Malta
    This excursion takes you on a guided tour around the north of the island. You will stop at the Red Tower in Ghadira Bay, Mellieha, from where you can admire the view out over the islands of Gozo and Comino. Drive through the countryside and travel off road to Golden Sands Bay. Continue to Mtalheb, stopping for photos and to Mdina before returning to the ship. Please note: participants must be at least 5 years of age, provided that they can be properly seated and wearing a seatbelt. The safari leader will provide you with information only in English during the trip. Comfortable shoes and casual clothing are recommended. The tour is not recommended for people with mobility problems.

Price per Person Starting from: $85.00Adults $60.00Children


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 ARG01WI - NORTHERN ISLAND DRIVE (4.5 hours) - Cefalonia,Greece
  This leisurely half day off the ship begins with a scenic drive around the enchanting Kefalonia, the largest of the Ionian islands that is well known for its population of loggerhead turtles, an endangered species, and their nesting sites at Kaminia beach. Photo stops will made at Myrtos beach, where the sea is an incredible turquoise colour, and Assos, a pretty little fishing village with a natural harbour and beach. After a little time to enjoy the scenery and lovely views, the tour continues on to Fiscardo, another picturesque fishing village that, along with the surrounding dense forestation, has been declared an area of great natural beauty that is protected under Greek law. You will have some time to explore the village before you begin your return journey back to Argostoli and your ship. Click HERE to watch the video
 

Price per Person Starting from: $78.00Adults $55.00Children


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 ARG02WI - PANORAMIC TOUR & MELISSANI CAVES (4.5 hours) - Cefalonia,Greece
   Leave the port of Argostoli and drive to the Monastery of St. Andrew where we will have some free time before heading to Melissani Caves. The name of the caves comes from the Greek nymph Melissanthi. The cave is B-shaped with two halls filled with water and an islet in the middle; the lake water is a mixture of sea water and fresh water. As sightseeing is thirsty work, our next stop will be for a wine tasting session at Robola before continuing to the village of Sami where you can relax at your leisure. Capture memories of your day out with photo stop at the picturesque Myrthos beach. Click HERE to watch the video
 

Price per Person Starting from: $85.00Adults $60.00Children


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 DUB01WI - CITY TOUR ( approx. 3 hours) - Dubrovnik, Croatia
    Enjoy Dubrovnik in all its historic splendour with this excursion that takes you through the narrow streets and along the ramparts of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk through the city and admire the Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary – a masterpiece of stone with an interior adorned with Venetian paintings. The town was given its original name “Dubraca”, meaning “grove of the oak”, by the Slavs. You will admire the Rector’s Palace, seat of the government and residence of the Prince (Rector) of the Dubrovnik republic. The building was constructed in the late Gothic style by Onofrio de la Cava, an architect from Naples who also built the waterworks and the two public fountains in Dubrovnik. Continue with a visit to the Monastery of St. Francis which boasts a magnificent cloister; the Monastery also houses the oldest pharmacy in Europe, which opened in 1317. At the end of the walking tour you will have free time to explore the old city at your leisure before returning to the port. Please note: there may be some queues at the parking area when returning from the old town to the ship, equally there may be restrictions on shooting videos or taking pictures inside the Rector’s Palace, the Cathedral and the Monastery. Click HERE to watch the video
 

Price per Person Starting from: $59.00Adults $41.00Children


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 DUB02WI - THE TRADITIONS OF KONAVLE & DUBROVNIK ( approx. 4.5 hours) - Dubrovnik, Croatia
       Scenic bus drive to the Konavle Valley around Dubrovnik where you can enjoy great views of the Adriatic Sea and the beauty of the traditional villages. We will visit the village house of the Novakovic family which houses a small regional ethnological collection. From here you can set off for short walks in the surrounding countryside, pet the animals or pick fruits directly from the orchard - a wonderful day of relaxation and a chance to immerse yourself in the simple pleasures of nature. Afterwards we will enjoy a live performance of local Dalmatian music and song, accompanied by folk dancers in traditional Dalmatian dress. We will sample the local liqueurs and wine before enjoying a typical meal of smoked ham, home-made bread and cheese. Return to Dubrovnik where a short guided walking tour of the old town will conclude the excursion. Please note: you may find some queues at the parking area when returning from the old town to the ship.Click HERE to watch the video
 

Price per Person Starting from: $70.00Adults $49.00Children


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 DUB05WI - HISTORIC DUBROVNIK ( approx. 3.5 hours) - Dubrovnik, Croatia
   Your tour of historical Dubrovnik begins at the old gates of the city and will take you on a journey back in time, giving you a chance to learn about the history of ancient “Dubraca” and admire the impressive architecture of Dubrovnik’s old town, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. After enjoying some breathtaking views of the old town, the nearby island of Lokrum and the Adriatic Sea as you walk around the city ramparts, you will then head for the Stradun, Dubrovnik’s main street, to see some of the city’s key sights, including the Rector’s Palace, the Maritime Museum and the Rupe Ethnographic Museum, which is housed in a now-restored former granary dating back to the late 16th century. Please note: there may be some queues at the parking area when returning from the old town to the ship; also, shooting videos or taking photos inside the Rector’s Palace and the Rupe Ethnographic Museum. Click HERE to watch the video
 

Price per Person Starting from: $59.00Adults $41.00Children


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 DUB09WI - DUBROVNIK AND ITS OLD CITY WALLS ( approx. 3.5 hours) - Dubrovnik, Croatia
   Start the tour with a coach transfer to the magnificent historical centre of Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the famous city walls, a series of towers, bastions and fortifications surrounding the entire historical centre and port. Built in the 12th century to defend the city against invaders and then modified in the 13th and 14th centuries, Dubrovnik’s 1,940m of walls are considered some of the most beautiful and best preserved in Europe. You will have some free time to do as you please following a short guided visit to other parts of the historical centre. Please note: this tour is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. Comfortable shoes, hats and sun protection are recommended. You may find some queues at the parking area when returning from the old town to the ship. Click HERE to watch the video
 

Price per Person Starting from: $55.00Adults $39.00Children


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 DUB11WI - CROATIAN COUNTRYSIDE, WINE TASTING & BIKE RIDE ( approx. 4.5 hours) - Dubrovnik, Croatia
    Leave the port and reach the hill overlooking Dubrovnik’s old town where a first short stop is scheduled for picture-taking. Next board your coach and enjoy a 1-hour drive to Gornja Dubravka where you will pick up your bike and start your exploration of the Croatian countryside through the Konavle region with its cypress trees, vineyards, olive groves and traditional villages. Your first stop will be at an old mill in Šapro where you can feast on dry figs, cheese, Dalmatian dry-cured ham, fresh fruit juice, coffee and cake as well as have a chance to sample the olive oil made at the mill. Suitably fortified, the next bike leg takes you to Brajkovic for a wine-tasting session. The tour concludes with your return to Dubrovnik by coach and with a short visit of the old town. Return to the ship. Please note: please wear comfortable trousers, a short-sleeved shirt, sports shoes and sunscreen, and take water with you. The itinerary may change to suit the group, weather or similar. Adjustable tour bikes of different sizes will be provided. The bike route is gently downhill on proper roads.

Price per Person Starting from: $90.00Adults $63.00Children


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 DUB16WI - EXPLORING DUBROVNIK BY SEGWAY ( approx. 2.5 hours) - Dubrovnik, Croatia
    Join us on this new and funny way to explore the beauty of Dubrovnik on a tour that will enable you to enjoy lovely views of the Croatian city. Leave the port, board a van and drive to a leading hotel where you will receive a short briefing on how to drive a Segway. You will learn on how to speed up or slow down and, of course, how to stand up and get down. Then you’ll be ready to begin your funny adventure that will grant you wonderful views of the landscapes, parks and beaches. Following your guide, you will easily reach the top of a hill from where you will admire the old city walls before going down for a short ride to the old city. On reaching the entrance of the old city you will leave your Segway and have free time before returning to the vessel by shuttle bus. Please note: there may be some queues at the parking area when returning from the old town to the ship. Guests shall sign a waiver before taking part in the tour. Children must be 15 years old to take part in the tour. This excursion is not suitable for pregnant women, for guests weighing less than 45 kg or more than 118 kg and for guests with walking difficulties.

Price per Person Starting from: $116.00Adults Not availableChildren


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 SPL01WI - SIGHTSEEING TOUR OF SPLIT (approx. 4 hours) - Split, Croatia
   Split is one of the oldest cities along the Adriatic Coast, generally considered to be around 1700 years-old, although some claim it dates back even further and is the descendant city of an ancient Greek colony. Your excursion will begin with a panoramic drive through the town before reaching Spilt’s oldest district, which is home to the magnificent Diocletian’s Palace. Built at the turn of the 4th century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built this imposing fortress in preparation for his retirement. Much of the old town of Split is built either on or around the Palace and the building’s remains have been a recognised UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. A visit to the Cathedral of St. Duje, the patron saint of the city, is also planned as part of your tour. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance.

Price per Person Starting from: $57.00Adults $40.00Children


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 SPL02WI - SOLIN & TROGIR (approx. 4 hours) - Split, Croatia
   Solin, formerly the ancient city of Salona, seems to stand still in time. Situated on a small island connected to the mainland by a bridge, Solin reached the pinnacle of prosperity in the 3rd and 4th centuries, and was the birthplace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian – who later built his imposing Palace in the neighbouring city of Split. The excursion includes a visit to the city’s archaeological excavations before driving along the Split Riviera to Trogir, also under UNESCO’s protection, which was founded in the 3rd century BC. Take in the stunning monuments of Trogir, which include the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. This building dates back to the 8th century and is probably the finest example of sacral architecture in Croatia. Enjoy some leisure time in Trogir before returning to the ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair.

Price per Person Starting from: $59.00Adults $41.00Children


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 SPL03WI - WALKING TOUR OF SPLIT (approx. 4 hours) - Split, Croatia
   This walking tour will take you to visit the beautiful historical quarter of Split, including the awe-inspiring limestone-and-marble Diocletian’s Palace. Built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian at the turn of the 4th century A.D. in preparation for his retirement, the palace lies in a bay on the southern side of a short peninsula running out from the Dalmatian coast. The palace remains were declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979. The old town of Split grew around the palace and boasts many architecturally pleasing buildings – so have your camera ready as you stroll. As part of the tour, you will also have a chance to visit the famous Cathedral of Saint Domnius, named after the city’s patron saint of St. Duje, a martyred 3rd-century Catholic bishop. The cathedral complex itself actually consists of a church that is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and a Romanesque bell tower that commemorates St. Duje. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance.

Price per Person Starting from: $38.00Adults $27.00Children


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 SPL04WI - SPLIT & OMIS (approx. 4 hours) - Split, Croatia
    A short drive will take you south-east of Split and along the scenic Adriatic coast to Omiš, a pretty little town situated at the point where the River Cetina flows into the Adriatic Sea. Continuing your journey down the lovely canyon of the River Cetina, you will soon arrive at the Radmanove Mlinice restaurant and picnic site. Idyllically located close to the river in verdant surroundings, this popular excursion destination is not just the perfect place to enjoy a local snack of smoked ham and cheese with a glass of local wine, but also to take some photos. Your tour then heads back to Split, where you can explore the town’s attractions on foot. As you stroll through the open-air market or sit on sun-warmed stones, the relaxed atmosphere makes it easy to forget the bustling, modern port that exists only a stone’s throw away. This juxtaposition of the old and the new is all part of Split’s unmistakeable charm. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair.

Price per Person Starting from: $77.00Adults $54.00Children


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 SPL05WI - MEDJUGORJE (full day with lunch) - Split, Croatia
    Located in the Herzegovina region near the Croatian border, the small town of Medjugorje became a popular religious pilgrimage site in 1981 in the wake of reports that the Virgin Mary had appeared to six local Catholics. Starting with a 2.5-hour coach drive along the scenic Adriatic coastline to the town itself, you will then visit all the main attractions, including Apparition Hill, the site where the Virgin Mary first appeared, St. James’ Church and the statue of St. Leopold. You will have the option of following your guide, praying at this important religious site or exploring the site on your own. A set of impressive bronze plaques depicting the various Mysteries of the Rosary, which recall the life of Christ, flanks the path up Apparition Hill. You can also choose to stay near the church and visit the outside altar, the statue of our Blessed Lady and the confessionals. The tour concludes with your return to port and your ship. Please note: guests must bring their identity documents (ID or passport) for this excursion; please contact the shore excursion office for further detailed information about the identity documents needed, which will depend on your respective nationality. Children also require their own passport. For children travelling with one parent only, the local authorities require verified written consent from the other parent. Masses are celebrated in only one language at fixed times. In Medjugorje your guide may be accompanied by a local tourist escort.

Price per Person Starting from: $116.00Adults $81.00Children


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 SPL06WI - MEDJUGORJE (full day without lunch) - Split, Croatia
   The small and formerly quiet town of Medjugorje, which is situated in the Herzegovina region near the Croatian border, suddenly acquired global popularity as a religious pilgrimage site in 1981 after news broke that the Virgin Mary had appeared to six local Catholics. A 2.5-hour drive along the lovely Adriatic coastline will take you to view Medjugorje’s key attractions such as Apparition Hill, St. James’ Church and the statue of St. Leopold. You will have a chance to stick with your guide, pray at this important religious site or explore the location at your leisure. The path up to Apparition Hill is adorned with a set of impressive bronze plaques that illustrate the various Mysteries of the Rosary as a recollection of the life of Christ. If you prefer, you can alternatively stay near the church and visit the outside altar, the statue of our Blessed Lady and the confessionals. The tour concludes with your return to port and your ship.Please note: guests must bring their identity documents (ID or passport) for this excursion; please contact the shore excursion office for further detailed information about the identity documents needed, which will depend on your respective nationality. Children also require their own passport. For children travelling with one parent only, the local authorities require verified written consent from the other parent. Masses are celebrated in only one language at fixed times. In Medjugorje your guide may be accompanied by a local tourist escort.

Price per Person Starting from: $91.00Adults $64.00Children


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Includes shipboard accommodations, ocean transportation, on-board meals (excluding in specialty and themed restaurants), some beverages, daily entertainment including theater and lounge shows. Government fees and taxes and any surcharges are additional as are expenses of a personal nature such as shore excursions, gift store purchases, spa, gambling, or alcoholic beverages.