The saying is “See Venice and die” meaning that after such a peak experience, there’s nothing left to do but die. Maybe we wouldn’t go that far, but this city belongs on every bucket list.
Dominating the passageway from the Atlantic into the Mediterranean the Rock of Gibraltar effectively controls the Straights of Gibraltar and is a British possession. This port of call offers a number of unique experiences for the cruise passenger.
The island of Malta is blessed with the one of the Mediterranean’s largest natural harbors in the capital city of Valletta. The port is ringed by a number of massive fortifications with some dating back to the eleventh century Links To Additional Information
On a layover at Gatwick we spent time in Horley. Visiting England we’re very fond of their small villages and Horley is no exception. The central business district has a collection of interesting restaurants, pubs and coffee shops and it is very easy to walk around and visit the local shops.
Serving the Irish city of Waterford only 15 miles away, this quant seaside resort is a popular cruise port of call with much to offer. Be sure and allocate some time to stroll its walking paths.
Barcelona is seeing a rapid rise in graffiti which is a sad commentary on what is happening in this city. The Free Catalonia movement and the Spanish governments reaction may be part of the current cause.
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Useful Links For More Malaga Information Visiting the cruise port of Málaga Spain; where to go, what to see. The cruise pier, sites, transportation, facilities and more.
Mykonos Greece – where your ship docks, getting around, attractions to see, beaches to visit, currency and shopping. Part of the Cruise Ports of Call guides from Intend2Travel.
Devote Some Time To A Great Museum in Piraeus, Greece Many Eastern Mediterranean cruises depart from Piraeus, the port of Athens. If you are going to pass through this city, it’s well worth a day or two visit with its beautiful yacht harbor ringed with a walking promenade featuring outdoor cafes and restaurants. If youContinue reading “A Museum in Piraeus”