Explore the contrasts and connections of history's most enduring civilizations, from ancient Greece and the Roman ruins of Sicily to the moorish heritage of Spain, the exotic sites of Morocco and the flourishing landscapes of the Canary Islands.
Sail the Guadalquivir River in Spain before crossing the mouth of the Mediterranean to the souks, markets and palaces of Morocco, including Marrakesh, the walled city of Taroudant and Casablanca. Explore the volcanic landscapes and parks of Lanzarote and La Palma in the Canaries, before completing your journey in Tenerife.
A Grand Voyage beginning with two gems of art history, Athens and Rome, allows you to experience classical and Renaissance masterpieces in the warm Mediterranean sunshine. Lose yourself among the wonders of France and Spain, then enjoy an incredible cruise along the Guadalquivir River for three nights in Seville.
Begin your voyage with a two-night stay in Rome, giving you plenty of time to see the great sites, including the Colosseum or Ostia Antica. Sail to Florence, Pisa and Elba, before cruising to Corsica, where Bonifacio and Ajaccio await. Continue onward to Spain and Cadiz before completing your journey in Seville.
From the ancient and Renaissance masterpieces of Rome to Moorish Spain and Andalucia, holy Portugal, spectacular river cruising in France, the English Channel and one of the greatest cities in the world, the cosmopolitan British capital of London, this cruise around western Europe has it all.
Starting in Seville, this cruise visits the magnificent city of Cordoba, the great Portuguese cities of Lisbon and Oporto, and the inspiring cathedral at Santiago de Compostela. You will also have the opportunity to taste wine in Bordeaux, visit the old quarter of La Rochelle, St Catherine's Church in Honfleur and the charming Channel Island of Guernsey.
This delightful Grand Voyage combines river cruising in Spain and France with wine tasting in Bordeaux and a spectacular maiden cruise to the North Cape of Norway in the eternal sunlight of the Arctic Circle. Not to mention the Channel and Shetland Islands as well as an incredible overnight stay in the Danish capital of Copenhagen.