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The 2021 No-Fly Atlantic Coast

  • 15 Nov 2021
  • 12 nights
  • Ship: Queen Elizabeth
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton - Lisbon, Portugal - Seville (from Cadiz), Spain - Valencia, Spain - Cartagena,Spain - Granada (tours from Malaga) - Gibraltar - Southampton

Includes: Top partner for Cunard*, Full board cruising*, ALL overseas transfers*, Extra benefit included*

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Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

2021 No-Fly Landscapes of the Canary Islands

  • 06 Dec 2021
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: Bolette
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton - Las Palmas, Gran Canaria - Santa Cruz, La Palma - Santa Cruz, Tenerife - San Sebastian La Gomera, Canary Islands - Funchal, Madeira - Lisbon, Portugal - Southampton

Includes: Earn Cruise Miles® with every booking*, Pound sterling on board*, Incredible late deal*, No-fly small ship cruising*

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Cunard

The 2022 No-Fly Spanish Gems & Mediterranean

  • 18 Jan 2022
  • 12 nights
  • Ship: Queen Elizabeth
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton - Lisbon, Portugal - Cadiz, Spain - Valencia, Spain - Cartagena,Spain - Malaga, Spain - Gibraltar - Southampton

Includes: Top partner for Cunard*, Choose From: FREE On Board Spend* | FREE Car Parking* | FREE Coach Transfers*, Please do not delay - Prices WILL Increase*, Complimentary Inside to Balcony…


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Monument to the Discoveries, Lisbon

Monument to the Discoveries, Lisbon

Lisbon at night

Lisbon at night

25 de Abril Bridge

25 de Abril Bridge

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1. The History of Europe

Thought to be the oldest city in Western Europe, and one of the oldest in the world, Lisbon is known to have been settled as far back as 1200 BC. The diverse cultural patchwork of Portugal’s now-capital results from the Neolithic Pre-Celtic tribes, the Phoenicians, Romans, and Moors who have called it home over the years. 
Visit historic Belém to celebrate the glorious Age of Discovery. Led by Henry the Navigator, the explorers, scientists, artists and missionaries of the 15th and 16th centuries are immortalised at the grand Padrão dos Descobrimentos; a grand monolith sited where they set sail into the unknown sea. A stone’s throw away is the impressive Torre de Belém. Proudly adorning the water’s edge, this much-photographed structure was built as a fortress, though it has served as a lighthouse, jail and customs house during the last 500 years. Ascend the narrow staircase of this UNESCO World Heritage Site to enjoy sweeping vistas, or marvel at the magnificent Gothic architecture of the Jerónimos Monastery, another of Lisbon’s architectural triumphs. 


2. Iconic Landmarks


Lisbon sits at the mouth of Iberia’s largest river, the Tagus. Stretching over the waterway is Ponte 25 de Abril which, at first glance, could easily be mistaken for the iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Across the river you’ll also find the equally-familiar Christ the King statue, a Catholic shrine inspired by the Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro. 


3. Explore the city


Embrace your natural curiosity and explore the city’s picturesque streets and spacious plazas. Look out for the elaborately painted Azulejos tiles which decorate the city. Admire their beautiful patterns and artistic depictions of historic events, or discover more at The Lisbon Tile Museum. Take a break in a cosy café, then jump on the iconic yellow tram 28 for an enjoyable journey along steep, winding alleys as you pass through many of Lisbon’s finest districts. Head for Castelo de São Jorge to learn how this 6th century castle was fortified by the Romans. Nature lovers can escape the urban buzz at the Oceanario de Lisboa, a modern aquarium and educational centre boasting over 8,000 marine creatures that lurk beneath the surface.