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Azores, Madeira & Portuguese Highlights
DayDateArriveDepartPort
124/3/205PMBristol (Bath), England, United Kingdom
225/3/20At Sea
326/3/208AM6PM
At the north western tip of Spain, La Coruna is Galicia's largest city - from where in 1588 the Spanish Armada sailed to its fate. It's the port of call for nearby Santiago de Compostela, in whose ornate 11th century cathedral rests the body of St James. With Jerusalem and Rome, it remains one of Christendom's most holy places - to which in the middle ages up to two million pilgrims came each year.
427/3/20At Sea
528/3/20At Sea
629/3/208AM6PMHorta
730/3/207AM6PM
You'll be astonished to see, in the depths of the huge crater at the center of the island, two lakes--one emerald green, the other sky-blue. Your guide will explain. More astonishments: a cluster of hot springs bubbling in the mist.
831/3/20At Sea
91/4/208AM8PM
Glide down a mountainside in a giant wicker sleigh; sip a glass of Madeira wine; browse the shops for lace and colorful flowers. Funchal is anything but ordinary.
102/4/20At Sea
113/4/208AM6PM
124/4/20At Sea
135/4/20At Sea
146/4/207AM3PM
The River Lee runs through Cobh (pronounced Cove), past colorful Victorian quays, neo-Gothic St Finbarre's Cathedral and the lively English Market, then winds through farm and woodland to Blarney Castle and its legendary stone, which you must kiss in order to receive the gift of the gab.
157/4/207AMBristol (Bath), England, United Kingdom
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