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Day 1. London Tilbury 21st December - Departs 16:00


Day 2. Amsterdam, Netherlands 22nd December - 09:00 – 14:00


Both bustling, modern capital city and picturesque, laid-back gem, Amsterdam is known for its bicycles, elaborate canal system and distinctive architecture. It’s perhaps most famous, however, for its artistic heritage, and works by Rembrandt and Vermeer can be found at the Rijksmuseum, which forms the city’s Museum Quarter with the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk, which houses one of the finest collections of modern art in the world.


Day 5. Christmas Day at sea 25th December


Simply relax and enjoy a wonderful entertainments programme from our talented Show Team. Let our master chefs and friendly restaurant staff prepare and serve you Christmas Dinner. Best of all, you won’t have to wash the dishes!


Day 6. Gibraltar 26th December - 09:00 – 15:00


With its red post boxes and helmeted policemen, the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar is at once familiar, but also unique; a seven-square-mile slice of home at the foot of Spain and a stone’s throw from Africa. You may choose to visit ‘the Rock’, which rises 1,400 feet above sea level and is populated by the famous Barbary macaques – the only wild monkeys in Europe.


Day 8. Santa Cruz, Tenerife 28th December - 12:00 – 20:00


A vibrant port, Santa Cruz is the gateway to the largest of the Canary Islands dominated by Mount Teide, the third tallest volcano in the world and the highest point in Spain. You also have a chance to explore the island further with a visit to the Anaga mountains and the stunning Merce des Forest where the panoramic point of Pico del Ingles offers some truly unforgettable views.


Day 9. Arrecife, Lanzarote 29th December - 08:00 – 20:00


The biggest city on Lanzarote, Arrecife’s name derives from the Spanish for reef and refers to the rock formations that lie out to sea and protect the harbour. It is also a haven for shoppers, with streets lined with boutiques and high-end retail outlets. There are also some fine beach resorts, or you might opt to see the remarkable volcanoes known as the Fire Mountains.


Day 10. Las Palmas, Gran Canaria 30th December - 07:00 – 14:00


This ancient port has an important cultural and historical heritage. It’s actually Spain’s ninth largest city, but its beautiful location and expansive beaches mean it’s easy to get away from the bustle; there are plenty of cafés and tapas bars in the side streets, too. You could also take an optional tour to visit the Pico de Bandama, the world famous crater, from which there are some truly spectacular views.


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