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MAKE MORE OF YOUR TIME ASHORE.


MÁLAGA: GRANADA & THE MAGNIFICENT ALHAMBRA


The magnificence of Moorish Spain is revealed in Granada’s famous Alhambra Palace. Discover richly decorated rooms, exquisite courtyards and the fountains of the Generalife Gardens set against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada.


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WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN FROM BARCELONA


NORWEGIAN EPIC • 7-NIGHT CRUISE


2015 UK Departures: May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 • Jun 7, 14, 21, 28 • Jul 5, 12, 19, 26 Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 • Sep 6, 13 • Oct 18, 25 • Nov 1, 8, 15, 22


Ship sails same day Florence CANNES BARCELONA PALMA MEDITERRANEAN SEA


YOUR FLY-CRUISE OPTION Sun


Transfer to pier


YOUR CRUISE ITINERARY Sun Mon Tue


Barcelona, Spain Relaxing day at sea


Wed Thu


Naples (Pompeii), Italy Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy


Fri h Cannes, France Sat Sun


Palma, Majorca, Spain Barcelona, Spain


YOUR FLY-CRUISE OPTION Sun


Barcelona, Spain/UK Transfer to airport for flight home Disembarkation usually begins two hours after docking. h Go ashore by tender.


WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN FROM CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)


This itinerary is also available as a round trip from Civitavecchia (Rome). See www.ncl.co.uk for details.


ARRIVE DEPART 18:00


07:00 19:00 06:00 19:00 07:00 19:00 08:00 18:00 13:00 20:00 05:00


Pisa


LIVORNO NAPLES


CIVITAVECCHIA Rome


Pompeii


Learn more about The Haven by Norwegian on pages 68/69.


UK/Barcelona, Spain Cruise from only


£499 per person*


PRICES P.P. FROM* CRUISE


£699


Inside £499


Balcony £659


Mini Suite £769


/4th FLY-CRUISE


Studio (Based on single occupancy)


£1,050 £850 £1,010 £1,120


Suite £1,519 £1,870 3rd


Guests† £319


Child 2-11† £289


£670 £640 †Sharing with two adults


Prices based on Nov 8, 15 & 22 dep.


FLY FROM YOUR LOCAL AIRPORT.


Flights are available from selected regional airports to Barcelona or Rome. Ask for details when you book.


*Fares are guideline prices and subject to change at any time. Government taxes & fees applicable at time of going to print (May 2014) are included. Excludes: Travel insurance, shore excursions, cover charge in speciality restaurants & any other item not expressly included in the fare. Except where indicated, all fares are per person based on double occupancy of a twin or double stateroom. All prices exclude discretionary daily service charge payable on board or in advance and auto gratuity charges payable on board. See page 107 for further details.


For more shore excursions and to book visit:


www.ncl.co.uk/excursions


Learn more about our ships on pages 64-97.


CIVITAVECCHIA: TARQUINIA & THE ETRUSCANS


Not all roads lead to Rome … Tarquinia was once a powerful Etruscan city and is now a picturesque town with a medieval centre and fine museum. Its highlight is the vast Etruscan necropolis with frescoed tombs, some dating from the 7th


century BC.


NAPLES: MOUNT VESUVIUS BY 4X4 & HIKE


Prepare for an exciting adventure that takes you by 4x4 coach from the foot of Mount Vesuvius 900 metres up the still active volcano, from where you hike to and part-way around the rim of the crater. The volcanic landscape and views of Naples and its bay are spectacular.


MEDITERRANEAN & IBERIAN PENINSULA


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