Marseille (France) - France’s second largest city and the capital of the Provence- Côte d'Azur region, the cosmopolitan city of Marseille lies on the southeast coast of France. As France’s most important port, Marseille boasts connections with Africa, Italy and Spain. Marseille itself is one of the most vital cities in Provence – a delightful blend of history, outstanding seafood, culture and heritage. Food-lovers will be eager to try the city‘s world famous dish, the tempting ‘bouillabaisse’ with its six different types of fish.
Savona (Italy) - Overlooked by the imposing fortress of Priamar, the port city will welcome you to the Riviera di Ponente, with its celebrated seaside resorts. Tropical fish, sponges and corals; sharks, seals as well as the first ocean cruise liner and the Old Port: with excursions in Savona including a boat trip and a visit to the famous aquarium and the new Museum of the Sea it will be a unique experience to find out more about the world of the sea and the adventures of the first travels on the Atlantic Ocean.
Palermo (Italy) - The guided tour of Palermo and Monreale explains the history, through the monuments, of the different colonisations that have changed the look of the city over the course of the centuries and forged the character of its residents: Byzantines, Arabs and Normans.
Palma De Mallorca (Spain) - Mallorca is a beautiful island, worth re-discovering. Palma is the capital, with many shops, bars and restaurants. It is typically Spanish with lively streets and a friendly atmosphere.Take the time to explore the rest of the island and its beaches. Try some of the water sports available such as windsurfing, scuba-diving or jet-skiing. Horse-back riding through the countryside gives you a different view of the island. But there is more to Mallorca than just sports and beach activities. Mallorca also hosts some fine art museums and its beautiful architecture with ancient cathedrals and towers adds a cultural aspect to your holiday. For those who enjoy shopping, there are extensive opportunities for this in Palma.
Civitavecchia (Rome, Italy) - Civitavecchia has been the port for Rome since the 13th-century and the Eternal City is still the big draw. It wasn’t built in a day, but you’ll see a lot in yours, from the massive Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican City to the sun-filled piazzas, fabulous fountains, ultra-chic designer stores and oh-so-tempting pavement cafés, where you can do as the Romans do.
Valencia (Spain) - Valencia today is one of Spain's largest cities. It is a city that never fails to surprise, as it balances its important historical elements with a futuristic cultural and architectural "heart". Explore Lonja, the old silk exchange, now a UNESCO World Heritage site, and one of the most beautiful examples of Gothic civil architecture in Europe. Directly in front of the Lonja you will find one of the liveliest places in the whole city: the colourful, bustling market where vegetables, spices, fish and the famous Serrano ham are bought and sold every day inside an elegant art nouveau building. The cathedral perfectly reflects Valencia's past as first a Gothic, then a Renaissance and then a Baroque city of art.