Home Cruise lines Silversea Mediterranean Silver Dawn Lisbon Friday, 1 November 2024

16 nights from Lisbon (Portugal) with Silver Dawn

Mediterranean: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, Malta, Italy, Greece

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Cruise code SILDA241101016
1 Nov 2024
from $15,579.84
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Cruise itinerary

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    Friday, 1 November 2024 - 11:00
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    Saturday, 2 November 2024
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    Sunday, 3 November 2024 08:00 - 07:00
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    Monday, 4 November 2024 08:00 - 06:00
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    Tuesday, 5 November 2024 08:00 - 06:00
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    Wednesday, 6 November 2024 08:00 - not found
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    Thursday, 7 November 2024 not found - 05:00
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    Friday, 8 November 2024 08:00 - 05:00
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    Saturday, 9 November 2024 12:00 - 07:00
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    Sunday, 10 November 2024
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    Monday, 11 November 2024 08:00 - 06:00
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    Tuesday, 12 November 2024 12:00 - not found
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    Wednesday, 13 November 2024 not found - 06:00
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    Thursday, 14 November 2024 08:00 - 06:00
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    Friday, 15 November 2024
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    Saturday, 16 November 2024 08:00 - 06:00
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    Sunday, 17 November 2024 07:00
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Lisbon

Lisbon

Cadiz

Cadiz

Cadiz is a port city with wide boulevards, squares and gardens with an atmosphere rich in history

Cadiz is an elegant city offering buildings dated back to XVIII and XIX Centuries. The City has a long and charming history: discover its monuments, the museums and all the amazing places where you can taste good food and have a drink. What makes Cadiz special it’s the people that are open, have a great culture and are independent. The majority of them enjoy life and the company of their friends in the many bars and squares of the city.

Casablanca

Casablanca

Casablanca is the cosmopolitan, industrial and economic heart of Morocco and represents a developing Nation.

Casablanca is the place where money was first creates, where the industry has its headquarter, where the art galleries offer the best contemporary art and where the fashion designer have a window on the world. The old pirates’ den is looking at the future, showing its richness and success. Casablanca is the city of contradiction. You can find a suffocating traffic jam, social issues and shanty towns as well as wide boulevards, well-finished parks, fountains and a surprising colonial architecture. The Hispanic-Moorish rich architecture, art-deco and modernist gems are all to be discovered in the city centre and are the symbol of Casblanca, such as huge the Hassan II Mosque, amazingly decorated.

Tanger

Tanger

Malaga

Malaga

Malaga

Malaga

Cartagena

Cartagena

Carthage is a city with more than 2000 years of history. It was founded by the Carthaginian General Asdrubale in the years 227 B.C. and today is one of the most visited touristic cities in Spain.

Carthage offers the tourists many activities, both cultural and for leisure. You cannot miss out the old Roman theatre with its thousand-year-old history and a huge archeological site. It is possible to practice trekking and immersions, taste excellent food of the local cuisine and visit Churchse and important Museums.

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca

Tunis

Tunis

Valletta

Valletta

Valletta

Valletta

Giardini-Naxos

Giardini-Naxos

Heraklion

Heraklion

Heraklion is the capital of Cray. It is the largest port and economic center of the island and the third largest city in Greece. This city hosts the archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church and has religious buildings of great interest.

Heraklion is located in the center of the northern coast of the Greek Islands. With more than 100,00 inhabitants, the city is the capital of Crete, a Venetian fortress during the Middle Ages. The ancient city, with its squares and wide cobbled streets, balconies with wonderful view on the sea, mantains numerous fortifications. In particular there are important and magnificent monuments such as the Church of Agia Ekaterini, dated back to 1555, where the Museum of Sacred Art is hosted. The Archaeological Museum, home to ceramic sculptures, jewellery and frescoes on the Minoan culture. The Historical Museum, home to the only exhibited work of the painter Domenico Theotokopoulos (The Greek), and where you can have a view of Mount Sinai. The Cathedral of St Mena, the patron saint of the city, built between 1862 and 1895 is one of the largest buildings in the area.

Heraklion has an important port and a considerable center for the coastal trade of oil, soap, wine and hides. It has ferry boats and ships with regular itineraries to the islands of Santorini, Ios, Paros, Mykonos, Rhodes, Karpathos and Syros. There are also several daily ferry bgoats to Piraeus, south-west of Athens. The Venetian fortress, still in perfect condition, protects the entrance to the port.

The large combination of reality and mythology, tradition and modernity, make Herklion a cosmopolitan center and one of the most important tourist destination in the Mediterranean. Great beaches, lively nightlife, sunny people, excellent cuisine and the strange "interplay" between the old and the new, guarantees to tourists an unforgettable holiday.

Athens

Athens

Many still think of Athens as an ancient city that thrived two and a half thousand years ago. Its symbol is the mighty Acropolis, which dominates almost every view and the itinerary of every visitor, and it is crowned by the iconic Parthenon, which rises above the city, overlooking the sprawling and evolving modern metropolis.

Many still think of Athens as an ancient city that thrived two and a half thousand years ago. Its symbol is the mighty Acropolis, which dominates almost every view and the itinerary of every visitor, and it is crowned by the iconic Parthenon, which rises above the city, overlooking the sprawling and evolving modern metropolis.

Perhaps the most significant change is in the historical centre, which is almost unrecognisable since cars have been banned. This has liberated the area with the most significant archaeological sites, creating the longest, and undoubtedly one of the most splendid, pedestrianised zones in Europe. This huge archaeological park has brought past and present together, returning the cultural and social life of the city to the area around the ancient monuments and surrounding neighbourhoods.

Athens remains a city of contradictions; it is both frustrating and seductive. It is the oldest city in Europe, yet still in a state of transition. It is one of the safest and most vibrant European cities - an intoxicating mix of grunge and grace with an undeniably urban soul.