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Seetours: With AIDAbella To The Most Beautiful Places In The Mediterranean

Top offer: with the ship in two weeks that explore highlights of the Mediterranean fascinating cruises to Mediterranean metropolises AIDAbella offers on select sailings in the Western Mediterranean in the winter 2009/2010. The travellers conquer a variety of the most popular cities of the Mediterranean on the 14-day route. In addition to the extensive AIDA services such as arrival and departure package, full Board on board, an excursion to Valletta, the city of the Knights on Malta, in the fare include”visit the show programs in the legendary Theatrium and body & soul is the use of most sports already. The Balearic Island of Mallorca is start and destination of the trip. It a day follows on Lake, the ideal opportunity to explore the ship. In the Andalusian city of Malaga there are to discover the magnificent buildings of the Moors.

Next stop Cartagena with its impressive fortress Castillo de la Concepcion, is situated high above the old town. On the fourth day of travel is Valencia with its endless orange groves and numerous architectural treasures on the program. Another highlight is Gaudi’s and almost endless shopping opportunities with the artistic architecture Barcelona. In Marseille, France most important Harbour City of the 19th century, connoisseurs enjoy the multicultural flair of largely freshly restored old town, as well as a delicious bouillabaisse in the harbour restaurants. With the start-up of Civitavecchia, the port of Rome, the legendary Colosseum and the Pantheon as destinations are offered the next travel day. Overnight, AIDAbella continues to Sicily, where an impressive natural spectacle awaits its guests with Mount Etna, Europe’s highest volcano. Early is worth the beautiful harbour entrance in Valetta, the port of Malta. Tunis is the last stop of the vessel with its fascinating oriental markets, before going after a maritime day in Palma de Mallorca.

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