Many tourists often ignore Le Havre in favour of a trip to nearby Normandy or Paris but this ancient maritime city has plenty to offer visitors. Much of the city was bombed during the World War II but a vast restoration project has created a city where ancient and modern sit together in perfect harmony.
Lisbon is built on seven hills on the north bank of the Tagus River and cruising down this waterway into Portugal’s capital city offers stunning views. There’s plenty to see in this picturesque port including the amazing artworks from Dali and Warhol within the Belem Cultural Centre or just relax on one of the many beaches.
Marseilles is the second largest city in France and the most important port. Savour the fine seafood prepared in gourmet French restaurants and explore the expressive architecture in the town including the Baroque-style La Vielle Charité and the Roman monastery Abbaye Saint-Victor.
The Spanish port of Malaga is just a short journey from many popular tourist resorts but features a number of inviting sites of interest. The Alcazaba in a palatial fortification build between the 8th and 11th Century and features incredible architecture and beautiful gardens.
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