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Program #20642RJ
11 Days | 10 Nights
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Itinerary for Jul 30 — Aug 9, 2014

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Day One: Wednesday, July 30 - US Departure and Overnight Flight.
In Transit Overnight: Overnight flight to Seville.

Type: Riverboat

Description: The MS Belle de Cadix is a 3 deck sailing vessel that sails the Guadalquivir and Guadiana Rivers and along the Atlantic Coast.

Ship Information: Built: 2005 Length: 110 m long Width: 11.4 m wide Cabins: 88 cabins Passengers: 178 passengers

Contact info:
12, rue de la Division Leclerc
Strasbourg, 67000 France
phone: +33 388 764 4444
web: www.croisieurope.com/en/guadalquivir-douro-and-po-rub80.html?data=belledecadix

Room amenities: Equipments : all cabins are equipped with shower and toilet, hair-dryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.

Facility amenities: Facilities: lounge-bar with a dance floor - Dining room 178 places - pianorama bar 30 places - marina at the rear of the vessel with direct access to the sea - spacious sundeck with deckchairs - swimming pool - lift - gift shop. Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning, radar, radiophone, TV and video in the lounge.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Two: Thursday, July 31 - Arrival Seville / Program Orientation
Arrive To: Arrive in Seville and transfer to the ship.

Afternoon: Join your group leader and other participants for the program orientation and a walking discovery of the area around the Guadalquivir river.

Dinner: Welcome dinner on board the ship.

Lodging: MS Belle De Cadix

Meals Included: Dinner
Type: Riverboat

Description: The MS Belle de Cadix is a 3 deck sailing vessel that sails the Guadalquivir and Guadiana Rivers and along the Atlantic Coast.

Ship Information: Built: 2005 Length: 110 m long Width: 11.4 m wide Cabins: 88 cabins Passengers: 178 passengers

Contact info:
12, rue de la Division Leclerc
Strasbourg, 67000 France
phone: +33 388 764 4444
web: www.croisieurope.com/en/guadalquivir-douro-and-po-rub80.html?data=belledecadix

Room amenities: Equipments : all cabins are equipped with shower and toilet, hair-dryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.

Facility amenities: Facilities: lounge-bar with a dance floor - Dining room 178 places - pianorama bar 30 places - marina at the rear of the vessel with direct access to the sea - spacious sundeck with deckchairs - swimming pool - lift - gift shop. Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning, radar, radiophone, TV and video in the lounge.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Three: Friday, August 01 - Seville Old City / Sailing the Guadalquivir
Note: About 2h walking and about 2.5 miles

Breakfast: Breakfast on board.

Morning: This morning explore Seville by foot. Begin by walking the cobblestone streets of of Seville's oldest neighborhood, the Barrio Santa Cruz/Jewish quarter. End the morning exploring the Alcázar Royal Palace and gardens.

Lunch: Lunch on board.

Afternoon: After lunch the ship sails from Seville. Join your Study leader on deck as he comments on the sites of the city. Later, enjoy some time on deck to relax or soak in the small deck pool. While the ship follows the current of the Guadalquivir you see untouched nature, and where fields of cotton and rice sit side by side with extraordinary wildlife. Cruise past the famous Doñana National Park, declared a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, one of Europe's most important wetland reserves and a major site for migrating birds. Then participate in a presentation on "1492, More Than Columbus - the Reconquista of Spain." Examine the History of Spain from the arrival of the Moors until their ultimate expulsion from Iberia under the reign of Isabella and Ferdinand in 1492. NOTE: This presentation will be geared to the younger learners but Grandparents are welcome to attend.

Dinner: Dinner on board.

Evening: Dock in Cádiz, and then by coach take a night tour to see some of Cadiz' best known monuments.

Lodging: MS Belle De Cadix

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Riverboat

Description: The MS Belle de Cadix is a 3 deck sailing vessel that sails the Guadalquivir and Guadiana Rivers and along the Atlantic Coast.

Ship Information: Built: 2005 Length: 110 m long Width: 11.4 m wide Cabins: 88 cabins Passengers: 178 passengers

Contact info:
12, rue de la Division Leclerc
Strasbourg, 67000 France
phone: +33 388 764 4444
web: www.croisieurope.com/en/guadalquivir-douro-and-po-rub80.html?data=belledecadix

Room amenities: Equipments : all cabins are equipped with shower and toilet, hair-dryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.

Facility amenities: Facilities: lounge-bar with a dance floor - Dining room 178 places - pianorama bar 30 places - marina at the rear of the vessel with direct access to the sea - spacious sundeck with deckchairs - swimming pool - lift - gift shop. Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning, radar, radiophone, TV and video in the lounge.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Four: Saturday, August 02 - Cadiz Market / Spanish Hosrmanship / Bull Fightin...
Breakfast: Breakfast on board.

Morning: This morning enjoy an expert-led discovery of Cádiz featuring the Plaza de Topete and the Mercado Central. This square is one of Cádiz's liveliest, bright with flower stalls and adjoins the large, animated Mercado Central (Central Market), the oldest covered market in Spain.

Lunch: Lunch on board.

Afternoon: Enjoy some free time on the deck as the ship cruises towards Puerto Santa Maria. From Santa Maria, depart for Jerez, famous for its horses and also as the birthplace of the famous Flamenco. Visit a family horse farm and a bull breeding site, or "ganadería", an ideal opportunity to find out more about the living symbols of Spanish culture "Bull Fighting and Horsemanship." Return on board in time for dinner and an evening with a Spanish theme.

Dinner: Dinner on board.

Evening: Spanish theme this evening. Ship set sails in the early morning for Sanlucar de Barrameda.

Lodging: MS Belle De Cadix

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Riverboat

Description: The MS Belle de Cadix is a 3 deck sailing vessel that sails the Guadalquivir and Guadiana Rivers and along the Atlantic Coast.

Ship Information: Built: 2005 Length: 110 m long Width: 11.4 m wide Cabins: 88 cabins Passengers: 178 passengers

Contact info:
12, rue de la Division Leclerc
Strasbourg, 67000 France
phone: +33 388 764 4444
web: www.croisieurope.com/en/guadalquivir-douro-and-po-rub80.html?data=belledecadix

Room amenities: Equipments : all cabins are equipped with shower and toilet, hair-dryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.

Facility amenities: Facilities: lounge-bar with a dance floor - Dining room 178 places - pianorama bar 30 places - marina at the rear of the vessel with direct access to the sea - spacious sundeck with deckchairs - swimming pool - lift - gift shop. Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning, radar, radiophone, TV and video in the lounge.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Five: Sunday, August 03 - Learn about the Roman and Moorish origins of Far...
Breakfast: Breakfast on board.

Morning: We will continue our journey along the Guadiana, sailing up river to Alcoutim or Sanlucar de Guadiana. As we sail, we cruise past fabulous landscapes and villages that time has forgotten. This morning we arrive in Alcoutim, a typical Algarve village.

Lunch: Lunch on board.

Afternoon: The cruise departs once more for Vila Réal de St Antonio. Depart by coach for Faro which was originally an important centre for Roman trade and then a Moorish city, before becoming an important provincial city after the Christian conquest in 1249. In 1580, the city became the regional capital. We have a walking tour of the old town, including a visit of the exteriors of the castle and cathedral. You will also see the exteriors of the convent, the seminary and the bishop's residence. Free time, then back to Vila Réal de San Antonio (or Ayamonte). Dinner on board tonight has a Portuguese theme followed by an evening of traditional Portuguese entertainment. The ship sets sail during the night and heads for El Puerto de Santa Maria.

Dinner: Dinner on board.

Lodging: MS Belle De Cadix

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Riverboat

Description: The MS Belle de Cadix is a 3 deck sailing vessel that sails the Guadalquivir and Guadiana Rivers and along the Atlantic Coast.

Ship Information: Built: 2005 Length: 110 m long Width: 11.4 m wide Cabins: 88 cabins Passengers: 178 passengers

Contact info:
12, rue de la Division Leclerc
Strasbourg, 67000 France
phone: +33 388 764 4444
web: www.croisieurope.com/en/guadalquivir-douro-and-po-rub80.html?data=belledecadix

Room amenities: Equipments : all cabins are equipped with shower and toilet, hair-dryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.

Facility amenities: Facilities: lounge-bar with a dance floor - Dining room 178 places - pianorama bar 30 places - marina at the rear of the vessel with direct access to the sea - spacious sundeck with deckchairs - swimming pool - lift - gift shop. Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning, radar, radiophone, TV and video in the lounge.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Six: Monday, August 04 - Explore Gibraltar.
Breakfast: Breakfast on board.

Morning: We arrive early this morning in El Puerto de Santa Maria. You have the option of taking some free time to relax or go on a full-day optional excursion to Gibraltar. We set off by coach for the Rock of Gibraltar this morning.

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.

Afternoon: After lunch enjoy a guided tour of Gibraltar, with its resident colony of Barbary apes, is the pearl of the bay of Algeciras. Stops are scheduled during the tour: Europapoint from where you can see the Moroccan coastline and Saint Michael's Cave famous for its stalactites. We return on board and the ship departs that evening.

Dinner: Dinner onboard followed by a Gala evening as we continue our cruise to Seville.

Lodging: MS Belle De Cadix

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Riverboat

Description: The MS Belle de Cadix is a 3 deck sailing vessel that sails the Guadalquivir and Guadiana Rivers and along the Atlantic Coast.

Ship Information: Built: 2005 Length: 110 m long Width: 11.4 m wide Cabins: 88 cabins Passengers: 178 passengers

Contact info:
12, rue de la Division Leclerc
Strasbourg, 67000 France
phone: +33 388 764 4444
web: www.croisieurope.com/en/guadalquivir-douro-and-po-rub80.html?data=belledecadix

Room amenities: Equipments : all cabins are equipped with shower and toilet, hair-dryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.

Facility amenities: Facilities: lounge-bar with a dance floor - Dining room 178 places - pianorama bar 30 places - marina at the rear of the vessel with direct access to the sea - spacious sundeck with deckchairs - swimming pool - lift - gift shop. Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning, radar, radiophone, TV and video in the lounge.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Seven: Tuesday, August 05 - Explore Al-Hambra and the Moorish history in Spai...
Breakfast: Buffet breakfast on board.

Morning: Today is entirely devoted to the exploration of Granada. The coach sets off early this morning to Granada and we have a guided visit of the town. Set against the impressive mountain range of the Sierra Nevada as a natural backdrop, Granada, renowned for its energy and dynamism, was built on the slopes of three hills: the Albaicin, the Sacromonte and the Alhambra. The imposing city is in a tremendous natural setting, and owes its prestige to its Arabic monuments, in particular to the Alhambra, which is extraordinarily well-preserved. We visit the Alhambra, the genuine palace of 1001 nights and the former summer residence of the Kings.

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.

Afternoon: This afternoon is free to explore Granada on your own before heading back to the ship.

Dinner: Dinner on board.

Evening: Onboard entertainment.

Lodging: MS Belle De Cadix

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Riverboat

Description: The MS Belle de Cadix is a 3 deck sailing vessel that sails the Guadalquivir and Guadiana Rivers and along the Atlantic Coast.

Ship Information: Built: 2005 Length: 110 m long Width: 11.4 m wide Cabins: 88 cabins Passengers: 178 passengers

Contact info:
12, rue de la Division Leclerc
Strasbourg, 67000 France
phone: +33 388 764 4444
web: www.croisieurope.com/en/guadalquivir-douro-and-po-rub80.html?data=belledecadix

Room amenities: Equipments : all cabins are equipped with shower and toilet, hair-dryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.

Facility amenities: Facilities: lounge-bar with a dance floor - Dining room 178 places - pianorama bar 30 places - marina at the rear of the vessel with direct access to the sea - spacious sundeck with deckchairs - swimming pool - lift - gift shop. Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning, radar, radiophone, TV and video in the lounge.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Eight: Wednesday, August 06 - Córdoba Mosque & Church
Breakfast: Breakfast on board.

Morning: This morning coach to Córdoba and explore this ancient city. The Cathedral of Córdoba, popularly known as the Mosque of Córdoba, or the "Mezquita", stands over a Christian church built in the Visigothic period (5th C). After the Moorish conquest of Spain, it was used as a Mosque. From 786 to 988 the original church was rebuilt into a Grand Mosque. Following Córdoba's fall to Saint Ferdinand III in 1236 (after over 500 years of use as a mosque), the site was reconsecrated Christian, and a cathedral erected in the center of the mosque in 1523. It is the foremost Islamic monument in Spain and a unique example of the inter-play of Christian and Moslem cultures in Spain. Continue to the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, just southwest of the Mezquita. The "Castle of the Christian Monarchs" began as a palace and fort for Alfonso X in the 13th century. From 1490 to 1821 the Inquisition operated from here. Today the castle's gardens are among the most beautiful in Andalusia. The building houses an old royal bathhouse, the Baños Califales. Take time to gaze at the 3rd-century Roman sarcophagus, with its reflections on life and death.

Lunch: Lunch in the old city.

Afternoon: This afternoon explore Córdoba on your own.

Dinner: Dinner on board.

Lodging: MS Belle De Cadix

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Hotel

Description: Hotel Vincci Albayzin 4* is located in the center of Granada Spain, within walking distance of the historic old town and the Cathedral. The hotel is a typical Andalusian-style building boasting a magnificent enclosed patio that bathes its rooms in natural light.

Ship Information: xx

Contact info:
Carrera del Genil, 48
Granada, 18005 Spain
phone: +34 958 001 920
web: http://www.vinccihoteles.com/eng/Hotels/Spain/Granada/Vincci-Albayzin

Room amenities: Air-conditioning, heating, complimentary Internet connection, telephone, flat screen satellite TV, minibar, safe, hair dryer and a welcome set of amenities (shampoo, soap, tissues etc).

Facility amenities: The hotel has a restaurant, cafe-bar, small gym with steam room & sauna. The building is in traditional Andalusian-style and there are some steps in and around the patio and bar areas. Close to the hotel there is a wide selection of shops, cafés and restaurants, in addition to many sites and monuments.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights after: On request
Additional nights on request


Day Nine: Thursday, August 07 - Granada's Arab District, Sacromonte and the Gypsy...
Breakfast: Breakfast on board.

Morning: Disembark the ship and transfer to Granada. On the drive to Granada learn about the importance of Granada as a center of learning, and the contribution of the Moors to Spanish and World Culture. Upon arrival, explore Historic Granada in the old Arab Quarter, known as the Albaicín. It comprises the area between the hill of the Alhambra, the hill of San Cristóbal, the Sacromonte and Elvira. The Albaicín is like a different world within Granada due to its strong Muslim influence and was the place where the first Ziríd court was built in the eleventh century.

Lunch: Lunch in town.

Afternoon: Presentation - Museo Cuevas del Sacromonte: Learn about the life and history of the Gypsies in Granada and in Spain. Continue to the Sacromonte, Granada's traditional Gypsy Quarter, which rises above the Albaicín. It is a tight-knit community with its own traditions and art forms. Most of the dwellings on this hillside high above the city were carved out of the hard-packed lime soil between the late 19th and mid-20th century as inexpensive, quickly constructed housing for people relocating from the countryside.

Dinner: Check into hotel. Dinner on your own in Sacromonte Quarter or around the hotel.

Lodging: Hotel Vincci Albayzin

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Hotel

Description: Hotel Vincci Albayzin 4* is located in the center of Granada Spain, within walking distance of the historic old town and the Cathedral. The hotel is a typical Andalusian-style building boasting a magnificent enclosed patio that bathes its rooms in natural light.

Ship Information: xx

Contact info:
Carrera del Genil, 48
Granada, 18005 Spain
phone: +34 958 001 920
web: http://www.vinccihoteles.com/eng/Hotels/Spain/Granada/Vincci-Albayzin

Room amenities: Air-conditioning, heating, complimentary Internet connection, telephone, flat screen satellite TV, minibar, safe, hair dryer and a welcome set of amenities (shampoo, soap, tissues etc).

Facility amenities: The hotel has a restaurant, cafe-bar, small gym with steam room & sauna. The building is in traditional Andalusian-style and there are some steps in and around the patio and bar areas. Close to the hotel there is a wide selection of shops, cafés and restaurants, in addition to many sites and monuments.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights after: On request
Additional nights on request


Day Ten: Friday, August 08 - Visit Granada Cathedral and explore the city on y...
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.

Morning: Visit the Granada Cathedral, which is the first Renaissance church built in Spain and is one of the most important monuments of Granada. Work on the cathedral began in1523 and it was not completed until 1704, 180 years later.

Lunch: Lunch on your own in downtown Granada

Afternoon: Free time in Granada for you to explore on your own. The city offers so much all within walking distance. Spend the afternoon exploring at your own pace.

Dinner: Farewell Dinner in Grenada.

Lodging: Hotel Vincci Albayzin

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Day Eleven: Saturday, August 09 - Departure
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.

Morning: Coach transfer to airport for return flights to the U.S.

Meals Included: Breakfast

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