On the coast of the largest Balearic island, this sun-soaked seaside city dates back to the 13th-century and is a must visit for any adventurer. A simple stroll will take you on a journey back in time, past breath-taking architecture, medieval history, bustling markets and to an endless array of authentic eateries. With so many hidden gems amongst iconic landmarks, places like Casa Antiguo are the best bet for a true taste of Palma culture.
Formentera, Balearic Islands
DAY 2 - 13 Aug 2022
Ibiza Town, Ibiza
DAY 2 - 13 Aug 2022
Renowned for its legendary nightlife scene and stylish shopping, Ibiza will introduce you to not only some of the best clubs in the world, but also to its intricate architecture and delicious seafood cuisine. By day, shop until you drop, wander through museums, and get lost in the narrow cobbled streets, then, as the sun begins to go down, dance the night away.
DAY 3 - 14 Aug 2022
After diverting its flood-prone river to the outskirts of the city and converting the remaining riverbed into a flourishing park, Valencia has quickly become a tourist hotspot in Spain. Ever the innovative, it combines traditional Spanish charm with futuristic buildings and districts, such as the City of the Arts and Sciences. Whether you’re here to immerse yourself in the culture or for the sun, sand and sea, you’ll love Valencia.
DAY 4 - 15 Aug 2022
You will be at sea on day 4 while travelling from Valencia to Cannes.
DAY 5 - 16 Aug 2022
World famous for its annual film festival, Cannes will charm you with its picturesque streets and beautiful harbour full of yachts. Dating back to the 1st century BC when it was a quaint fishing village, Cannes is full of medieval monuments and architecture. Make sure you climb the tumbling alleys of Le Suchet up to see fantastic views of the city and Lerins Island, as well as explore Musée de la Castre and stroll la Croisette under the trees or the idyllic promenade.
DAY 6 - 17 Aug 2022
DAY 7 - 18 Aug 2022
Portofino is a small town of just 400 inhabitants; it is located east of Genoa, more precisely in the Gulf of Tigullio. It boasts unspoiled natural vistas which are both beautiful and peaceful. Among the places of interest which stand out are the Castello Brown, the Church of San Martino (in the Longobard Romanesque style, dating back to around the 12th century), the Abbey of San Fruttuoso (located in the nearby village of Camogli) and the Christ of the Abyss, on the seabed of the bay of San Fruttuoso.
Florence & Pisa (Livorno)
DAY 8 - 19 Aug 2022
Made famous by its sloping bell tower, Pisa was once a simple but noteworthy port town. Over the years Pisa had some involvement in Italy’s military conflicts, and has seen success in matters of trade. Today most visitors come to see the fascinating Leaning Tower; a construction dating back to the 12th century that has been repeatedly repaired and stabilised over the years. As well as this is the neighbouring cathedral and baptistery, and the pretty Square of Miracles which houses them all. Pisa has a brilliant culinary scene, with many inexpensive restaurants serving amazing antipasti, pizzas, pastas, and other hearty Italian dishes.
Porto Santo Stefano
DAY 9 - 20 Aug 2022
DAY 10 - 21 Aug 2022
One of the most famous cities in the world, Rome has been an epicentre of politics, art, architecture, and food for thousands of years. It is home to some of the most well-known historic sites such as the Colosseum, the pantheon, and Vatican City. It’s easy to spend a day in a hundred different ways in Rome, whether you’re looking to sip on incredible wine and people-watch, indulge in decadent pasta, pizza, risotto, and gelato, or if you’re eager to wander around the streets soaking in all the history you can. Rome is one capital city which will always leave you wanting more.
Hapag-Lloyd Covid-19 safety measures
At embarkation, all guests must have completed a health questionnaire, undergo health screening and have their temperatures taken. Social distancing will be facilitated through reduced ship capacity, less tables in restaurants and longer opening times to extend dining times. Self-service buffets in restaurants will no longer be available. While entertainment and activities will still take place, they will do so in smaller groups to ensure that guests can stay at a safe distance from one another.
When it comes to cleaning, disinfectant dispensers will be located across the ship, especially in public areas. Innovative air conditioning systems will mean that all air is fresh and clean, while frequently touched surfaces will be cleaned every 30 minutes, cabins and suites three times a day and a deep clean will be carried out after each cruise.
Crew are looked after with additional training, COVID-19 testing, temperature checks and face masks. Increased numbers of medical staff will be onboard in case of illness, and a Public Health Specialist will be onboard each cruise to ensure that all procedures are followed.
Onboard, social distancing will be facilitated through reduced ship capacity, less tables in restaurants and longer opening times to extend dining times. Self-service buffets in restaurants will no longer be available. While entertainment and activities will still take place, they will do so in smaller groups to ensure that guests can stay at a safe distance from one another.
Should illness occur, there will be an increased number of medical staff onboard each cruise. A Public Health Specialist will also be on hand to make sure that all procedures are followed.
Guests can safely embark on shore excursions as Hapag-Lloyd will only visit destinations that are deemed to not be high risk.
All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.
Note: On 13 January 2018, new European legislation is being adopted in the UK which as result will mean that we may change our required method of payment at our discretion, irrespective of how any deposit or prior payment was made.