Italy, France and Spain
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An island with a rare distinction, Malta is the only place to have been awarded the George Cross for valour. Described by Sir Walter Scott as ‘the city built by gentlemen for gentlemen', its capital, Valletta, is a beautifully preserved 16 th century walled city. Today, its imposing Grand Harbour bears witness to the Crusaders and Knights Templar who built here on their way to and from the holy land. For the best views of the city, take to the waterways in a ‘dghajjes' or ‘barkloris', a traditional Maltese boat.
|Thu 19 Oct 2017||Thu 19 Oct 2017|
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Standing in the Colosseum, visiting Vatican City and tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain are all unique experiences of a lifetime to be had in the Eternal City of Rome, reached from your Italian cruise port Civitavecchia.
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The exhilarating town of Monte Carlo is home to glamorous hotels, the famous Casino de Monte Carlo and the lavish Opera House. Admire from afar the magnificent yachts in the marina, watch the changing of the guard at the tiny Royal Palace, or visit the Cousteau Institute. And if all this glitz has given you a taste for the high life, on the opposite side of the harbour you'll find Monaco. Playground to the rich and famous.
|Sun 22 Oct 2017||Sun 22 Oct 2017|
Marseille is the home of bouillabaisse and boules, a great warm hearted city of immense charm with a picturesque old fishing port.
|Mon 23 Oct 2017||Mon 23 Oct 2017|
Explore Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, and you'll discover the ornately wrought works of Antonio Gaudi. A local architect, whose works culminate in the surrealistic spires of the yet to be finished Sagrada Familia. Take a stroll down the colourful Ramblas. Explore the Gothic Quarter. Ride a cable car to the summit of Montjuic. Or sample local wines and authentic tapas as you watch the hustle and bustle of daily life pass you by.
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To the ancient Greeks and Romans, Gibraltar was one of the two pillars of Hercules, set up by the mythical hero to mark the edge of the known world. Today it's home to the most famous rock in the world. From the summit, on a clear day, you can see across to Africa. From the top of Europa Point to the subterranean depths of St Michael's Cave, your visit will be filled with interesting sights and sounds.
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