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Costa Favolosa Cruise Ship

10 Nights Mediterranean West Cruise from Barcelona - Roundtrip

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Lisbon, Portugal Port
Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is one of the most fascinating cities in Europe, with many monuments in the manuelino style and museums. Not far, in Queluz, is the royal summer residence, surrounded by some of the most beautiful gardens in the world.
Marseille, France Port
Marseille, France
Marseille France has many interesting tourist attractions, museums and landmarks. Located on France's Mediterranean coast, Marseille is the country's largest port and one of its oldest cities.
Savona, Italy Port
Savona, Italy
The four main coastal towns in the province of Savona are Albissola, Celle Ligure and Varazze as well as Savona itself. This stretch of mountainous land marks the arc of Liguria and the beginning of the Italian peninsular proper and where the Maritime Alps meet the Ligurian Appennines. The provincial capital has always been a rival port to Genova. It even supported Hannibal and the Carthaginians against Rome in 205 BC and was only conquered by the latter in 1528. The Priamar Fortress was immediately built on the 'roccia' to keep an eye on the burghers. Today, it is a splendid artistic treasure with Renaissance palaces, museums filled with masterpieces and wide streets for modern shoppers. Do find out more.
Barcelona, Spain Port
Barcelona, Spain
Located on the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is Spain's most cosmopolitan city. It is especially well known for its vitality and style, as you will see on Las Ramblas, Barcelona's main thoroughfare. The city, while boasting monuments that are Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance in style, also captivates visitors with its incredible modern architecture. Among those worthy of attention, are the works of the legendary architect Antonio Gaudí.
Malaga, Spain Port
Malaga, Spain
Founded by the Phoenicians, this seaport on the Mediterranean has a variety of historical sights to see. Among the most impressive are the Alcazaba, a Moorish castle begun in the 11th century, and the Cathedral, renowned for its two chapels and impressive choir stalls. Also worth a visit, are the city's superb museums, tranquil parks and the Plaza de la Merced where you'll find the house where Picasso was born.
Cadiz, Spain Port
Cadiz, Spain
At the tip of a 9km peninsula is the Andalusian city of Cadiz perched on a limestone rock overlooking the sea. Because of its stunning position and the white-washed houses with flat roofs, the city is known as the "Silver Cup".
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