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Continental Coasts followed by Iberian Treasures

Cruise Line: Thomson Cruises
Ship: TUI Discovery 2
Date: 10 September 2017
Duration: 14 nights
Ports of call: Malaga | Marseille | San Remo | Barcelona | Valencia | Cartagena, Spain | Malaga | Vigo | Porto | Lisbon | Cadiz | Gibraltar | Malaga
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Main Pool Main Pool
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Baby Centre Baby Centre
Coffee Port Coffee Port
Indoor Pool Indoor Pool
Islands Islands
Gallery Restaurant Gallery Restaurant
Kora La Kora La
Main Restaurant Main Restaurant
Mini Golf Mini Golf
Surf & Turf Surf & Turf
The Glasshouse The Glasshouse
Bar Eleven Bar Eleven
The Veranda The Veranda
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Entertainment Entertainment
Live Room Live Room
The Wall The Wall
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Day Port Arrival Departure
1 Malaga, Spain
Looking out across the Mediterranean, Malaga overflows with an assortment of architectural treasures and Spain's prized jewel, the Alhambra Palace, is within easy striking distance. Andalucia's second largest city, Malaga, is a bustling port on Spain's sunny Costa del Sol. Standing on a hillside overlooking the city is the 8th-century ‘Alcazaba', an impressive Moorish fortress. Malaga's cathedral is affectionately known as ‘La Manquita', meaning ‘the onearmed one' owing to its half-built tower, abandoned in the 1700s due to insufficient funds. During the Arab occupation of Spain, Malaga was the principle port of the Moorish kingdom of Granada. A short drive inland takes you to the heart of this wonderful city and its celebrated centrepiece, the breathtaking Alhambra Palace
Sun 10 Sep 2017 Sun 10 Sep 2017 22:00
2 At Sea
Mon 11 Sep 2017 Mon 11 Sep 2017
3 Marseille, France
One of the most romantic ports in the Mediterranean, Marseilles is steeped in history and begs to be explored.

Think Marseilles and the first words that spring to mind are antiquity, seafood, museums, history and travel. The Provencal city that sprawls around a 2,600 year old port features a bustling downtown shopping area, green parks, a medieval-village-style neighbourhood, and wonderful seafood.
Tue 12 Sep 2017 10:00 Tue 12 Sep 2017 18:00
4 San Remo (for Monaco), Italy
Wed 13 Sep 2017 07:00 Wed 13 Sep 2017 17:00
5 Barcelona, Spain
Its phenomenal reputation makes other cities positively green with envy, and bohemian Barcelona continues to top the popularity charts. So what makes it such a big hit? Well, where do we start?
Thu 14 Sep 2017 10:00 Thu 14 Sep 2017 18:00
6 Valencia, Spain
The birthplace of paella, Valencia is an enchanting city that offers visitors beautiful sights as well as unforgettable food.

Outside the city of Valencia, orange groves stretch away into the distance across the irrigated lands of the coastal plain. Inside the city, its sights add to its appeal. The Ceramics Museum is one of Europe's finest and includes a gallery of ceramics made by Picasso. The Silk Exchange, Square Central Market and octagonal gothic cathedral with alabaster windows give you the opportunity to explore further. That's before you discover the rest of the old town or even travel out to Albufera, the largest freshwater lake in Spain.
Fri 15 Sep 2017 08:00 Fri 15 Sep 2017 18:00
7 Cartagena, Spain
Sheltered by a deep bay on Spain's Levant Coast, Cartagena fuses modernity with tradition and is the gateway to Murcia.

Founded in 223 BC by the Carthaginians, and later conquered by the Romans, Cartagena boasts a varied and colourful past. In the 18th Century it rose to pre-eminence as a major Spanish naval base - reminders of Cartagena's seafaring tradition can be seen down in the port where a prototype submarine adorns the quayside. A walk through the city reveals splendid architectural reminders of Cartagena's 'Golden Age', while the Castillo de la Concepcion, the city castle, offers stunning panoramic views over Cartagena. Not far from the city lies Murcia, the regional capital. Murcia's spectacular Baroque cathedral (pictured) is famed for two ornate side chapels: the Gothic Capilla de los Velez and the Renaissance Capilla del Junteron.
Sat 16 Sep 2017 08:00 Sat 16 Sep 2017 16:00
8 Malaga, Spain
Looking out across the Mediterranean, Malaga overflows with an assortment of architectural treasures and Spain's prized jewel, the Alhambra Palace, is within easy striking distance. Andalucia's second largest city, Malaga, is a bustling port on Spain's sunny Costa del Sol. Standing on a hillside overlooking the city is the 8th-century ‘Alcazaba', an impressive Moorish fortress. Malaga's cathedral is affectionately known as ‘La Manquita', meaning ‘the onearmed one' owing to its half-built tower, abandoned in the 1700s due to insufficient funds. During the Arab occupation of Spain, Malaga was the principle port of the Moorish kingdom of Granada. A short drive inland takes you to the heart of this wonderful city and its celebrated centrepiece, the breathtaking Alhambra Palace
Sun 17 Sep 2017 09:00 Sun 17 Sep 2017 06:00
9 At Sea
Mon 18 Sep 2017 Mon 18 Sep 2017
10 Vigo, Spain
The eye-catching Atlantic port of Vigo is famous for its seafood, favourable climate and Galician hospitality.

Browse through the old town of Vigo and its labyrinth of steep, narrow winding streets, small shops and sun-dappled squares will immediately charm you. This is a wonderful destination to relax in and try the renowned seafood, freshly caught and beautifully prepared. Before you eat, however, make sure you visit the main attractions that include Castro Castle, the gilded sculpture of Sireno, half man, half sea creature, and the magnificent cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, the final resting place of St. James and one of Christendom's most popular shrines.
Tue 19 Sep 2017 09:00 Tue 19 Sep 2017 18:00
11 Porto
It’s hard not to be wooed by Porto. Portugal’s second largest city is a World Heritage Site that won the grand title European Capital of Culture in the early noughties. A great blend of commercial character and traditional charm, its atmospheric old streets are a topsy-turvy maze stumbling steeply down to a Medieval waterfront. Thankfully there’s a tram system though, so getting around is a piece of cake.......
Wed 20 Sep 2017 Wed 20 Sep 2017
12 Lisbon, Portugal
The capital of Portugal on the banks of the broad River Tagus is as eclectic as it is exciting, with countless places to visit and enjoy.

Where can you find a freestanding cast-iron elevator designed by Eiffel, a clutch of trams climbing impossible gradients, and a history lesson in tiles covering the exterior walls of a castle? Only in Lisbon where even a walk around the streets, some rebuilt to a grid-plan after an earthquake in 1755, others tiny, steep and stepped, is a fascinating journey. And don't forget to take in the markets which still retain the atmosphere of the Moorish bazaars they once were, or the pocket-sized tavernas offering grilled sardines and wine.
Thu 21 Sep 2017 08:00 Thu 21 Sep 2017 17:00
13 Cadiz, Spain
From the splendour of its sheltered inner harbour to streets full of Moorish relics, Cadiz is the perfect introduction to the real beauty of Spain.

Whether you want to see medieval walls built on Roman foundations or wander through designer stores filled with the latest European fashions, Cadiz is for you. Wander past churches built with the wealth Spanish conquistadors cnatched from the New World - including the cathedral where the treasury contains a monstrance said to be adorned with a million jewels. And when you finish looking for a Moorish treasure of your own, relax in true Spanish style in a traditional cafe. That's before you even start thinking of travelling further afield to see sights like the cathedral in Seville that houses the Chrispher Columbus Sepulchre or the city's picturesque Parque de Maria Luisa and Plaza de Espana.
Fri 22 Sep 2017 10:00 Fri 22 Sep 2017 19:00
14 Gibraltar
Gibraltar is only two miles long. This, its duty-free shops and sunshine record make it the perfect place to shop, explore and meet the famous Gibraltan monkeys.

Inside and outside, Gibraltar offers lots of opportunities to find out what makes it so appealing. On the rock itself are attractions like the Moorish Castle, the Gibraltar Museum and the cable car ride to Europa Point with its stop to visit the families of famous Gibraltan monkeys. Inside the rock, there are more miles of road than on the outside, including the Great Siege Tunnels and St Michael's Cave.
Sat 23 Sep 2017 08:00 Sat 23 Sep 2017 18:00
15 Malaga, Spain
Looking out across the Mediterranean, Malaga overflows with an assortment of architectural treasures and Spain's prized jewel, the Alhambra Palace, is within easy striking distance. Andalucia's second largest city, Malaga, is a bustling port on Spain's sunny Costa del Sol. Standing on a hillside overlooking the city is the 8th-century ‘Alcazaba', an impressive Moorish fortress. Malaga's cathedral is affectionately known as ‘La Manquita', meaning ‘the onearmed one' owing to its half-built tower, abandoned in the 1700s due to insufficient funds. During the Arab occupation of Spain, Malaga was the principle port of the Moorish kingdom of Granada. A short drive inland takes you to the heart of this wonderful city and its celebrated centrepiece, the breathtaking Alhambra Palace
Sun 24 Sep 2017 06:00 Sun 24 Sep 2017
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