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Authentic Croatia with Venice 24th April 2017 • 25 nights • Sails from Southampton • Black Watch • CRUISE ID: W1704 Embark on this stunning exploration of Croatia and you’ll soon realise why it’s one of the world’s most captivating destinations. Enjoy a maiden call into Pula and visit highly-rated Hvar; uncover Diocletian’s Palace in Split; marvel at the Plitvice Lakes National Park; and walk the city walls of Dubrovnik. Blend in romantic Venice and the volcanic Aeolian of the Blue Grotto, or spectacular views from the Dingli Cliffs. Valletta is a city reborn – and a European Capital of Culture for 2018 – though you can catch a glimpse of the island’s epic history with a horse-drawn carriage ride through medieval Mdina. Hvar, Croatia The ‘Queen of Croatia’s Dalmatian Islands’, Hvar regularly features on lists of the world’s most beautiful islands. A rich history presents itself in the Old Town, Stari Grad, where you can marvel at the sights at a leisurely pace. Plus, the iconic Franciscan Monastery and Museum is a ‘must-see’ attraction, and there’s also a world of untouched lagoons and crystal blue seas to tempt you. Zadar, Croatia Zadar is home to an engrossing collection of religious structures, particularly the Cathedral of St. Anastasia. The Zadar region is seemingly blessed by endless natural beauty; the UNESCO-listed Plitvice Lakes National Park and the stunning Krka National Park – renowned for its waterfalls and diverse flora and fauna – are both within reach. From only £2,699 per person Islands for a pure cruising masterpiece. Plitvice Lakes National Park Malaga, Spain Malaga is overflowing with aesthetic pleasures, such as the Moorish Alcazaba Fortress and the ‘mile of art’, which fittingly includes the Picasso Museum as the famous artist was born here. Alternatively, try authentic Spanish tapas; head to Marbella and relax on the stunning beaches; or tour to Granada for the striking Alhambra Palace. Valletta, Malta Make sure you’re out on deck for the scenic sailing into the Grand Harbour of Valletta. This 16th century walled capital is a treasure chest overflowing with Baroque architecture. Don’t miss the ornate chapels of St. John’s Co-Cathedral, the caves and coral formations Single friendly: We will always offer an Ocean View Twin Room at a reduced price for sole occupancy. Please call for details. Southampton Lisbon Pula (overnight) Cartagena Malaga Zadar Split Hvar Lipari Dubrovnik Venice Cagliari (Sardinia) Stromboli Valletta (Malta) All of the following included from only £108 per person, per night: Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, 5-course à la carte dinner, late night buffet & self-service tea & coffee • Varied daytime activities • Lectures & talks • Swimming pools, Jacuzzis & gym Choice of live evening entertainment • 5 formal nights • Overnight stay in Venice Authentic The Mediterranean Upgrade prices per person, per night from > Ocean View Room: £12 | Balcony Room: £72 | Suite: £80 | Single Rooms from > £4,399 Prices are correct at time of going to print, but may change at any time. Call for latest prices. 106 Date Arrive Depart Destination APRIL 2017 Mon 24 PM Southampton Tue 25-Thu 27 Cruising Fri 28 early am late pm Malaga, Spain Sat 29-Sun 30 Cruising MAY 2017 Mon 01 early am late pm Valletta, Malta Tue 02 Cruising Wed 03 early am late pm Hvar, Croatia D Thu 04 early am late night Zadar, Croatia Fri 05 late am Venice, Italy Sat 06 late night Venice, Italy Sun 07 early am late pm Pula, Croatia D Mon 08 early am late pm Split, Croatia Tue 09 early am late pm Dubrovnik, Croatia Tue 09 late pm late pm Cruising by Dubrovnik Old Town Harbour Wed 10 Cruising Thu 11 early am early am Cruising by Stromboli Thu 11 early am late pm Lipari, Italy D Fri 12 early pm late night Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy Sat 13 Cruising Sun 14 early am late pm Cartagena, Spain Mon 15 Cruising Tue 16 early am late pm Lisbon, Portugal Wed 17-Thu 18 Cruising Fri 19 AM Southampton D Anchor Port Visit fredolsencruises.com, contact your travel agent or call 0800 0355 105


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