STAR COLLECTOR: IBERIAN ICONS & EUROPE’S NORTHERN ISLANDS

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Star Collector: Iberian Icons & Europe’s Northern Islands

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Jul 10 Fri
4:00 PM
 
Jul 11 Sat
9:00 AM
11:59 PM
 
Jul 12 Sun
12:01 AM
2:00 PM
 
Jul 13 Mon
9:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Jul 14 Tue
At Sea
Jul 15 Wed
12:00 PM
6:00 PM
 
Jul 16 Thu
9:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Jul 17 Fri
7:00 AM
5:00 PM
 
Jul 18 Sat
8:00 AM
10:00 PM
 
Jul 19 Sun
At Sea
Jul 20 Mon
12:00 PM
10:00 PM
 
Jul 21 Tue
At Sea
Jul 22 Wed
8:00 AM
9:00 PM
 
Jul 23 Thu
6:00 AM
7:00 PM
 
Jul 24 Fri
12:00 PM
6:00 PM
 
Jul 25 Sat
8:00 AM
 
FRI JUL 10
TO 4:00 PM Lisbon

day 1 Lisbon, Portugal


Lisbon, Portugal
The rhythm of Lisbon invites you to join its captivating dance. This splendid capital city on the banks of the Rio Teja offers a warm welcome and an unparalleled blend of architectural styles. Elegant outdoor cafés line the cobbled sidewalks. Turn-of-the-century funiculars climb the scenic hills. Find the UNESCO sites of the Tower of Belem and the Monastery of the Hieronymites. And, everywhere, the city engages you with its easy style and remarkable charm. 
SAT JUL 11
9:00 AM TO 11:59 PM Porto

day 2 Porto, Portugal


Porto, Portugal
Built into the granite cliffs at the mouth of the Rio Douro, the hilly city of Porto presents a heady juxtaposition of eras and styles. Here, medieval alleyways, orderly neighborhood squares, and ornate Baroque churches readily intermingle. Porto’s historic heart is a UNESCO site of winding lanes, zigzagging staircases and tiled churches. The highlight, though, is a taste of port wine at its best – a happy accident dating from the 17th century when brandy was discovered to preserve wine for transit. After your choice of palate-pleasing shore excursions, return for an onboard fado folk music performance. 
SUN JUL 12
12:01 AM TO 2:00 PM Porto

day 3 Porto, Portugal


Porto, Portugal
Built into the granite cliffs at the mouth of the Rio Douro, the hilly city of Porto presents a heady juxtaposition of eras and styles. Here, medieval alleyways, orderly neighborhood squares, and ornate Baroque churches readily intermingle. Porto’s historic heart is a UNESCO site of winding lanes, zigzagging staircases and tiled churches. The highlight, though, is a taste of port wine at its best – a happy accident dating from the 17th century when brandy was discovered to preserve wine for transit. After your choice of palate-pleasing shore excursions, return for an onboard fado folk music performance. 
MON JUL 13
9:00 AM TO 6:00 PM El Ferrol

day 4 El Ferrol, Spain


El Ferrol, Spain
After entering the estuary mouth, pass through a narrow canal where the twin castles of San Felipe and La Palma welcome you to what was the main base for the Spanish Navy in the 17th century. Spend a pleasant day rumbling around the old Magdalena neighborhood, or make your own pilgrimage to the nearby UNESCO site of Santiago de Compostela or head to Lugo to see the Roman Walls – another UNESCO site. 
WED JUL 15
12:00 PM TO 6:00 PM Isles of Scilly

day 6 Isles of Scilly, England


Isles of Scilly, England
This beautiful archipelago welcomes you to the best and most unspoiled beaches in Cornwall. Rare birds from around the globe are at home here, as are extraordinary gardens and the historic Cromwell Castle. As a special treat, choose an optional visit to the island of Tresco and its beautiful Abbey Gardens, designed by the renowned Augustus Smith on the site of the old Benedictine Abbey, now home to 20,000 exotic plants.
THU JUL 16
9:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Fishguard

day 7 Fishguard, Wales


Fishguard, Wales
Welcome to the Gateway to West Wales and stunning Pembrokeshire National Park. This beautiful area provides breathtaking moments around every bend of the path as you cruise a coastline acclaimed as the world’s best and most beautiful. Don’t miss an optional visit to storybook Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry VII or Picton Castle with its 40 acres of gardens. Or head for the National Botanic Garden of Wales, where extensive waterscapes and the world’s largest single-span greenhouse (larger than a football field) frame a dazzling display of flora.
FRI JUL 17
7:00 AM TO 5:00 PM Dun Laoghaire (Dublin)

day 8 Dun Laoghaire (Dublin), Ireland


Dun Laoghaire (Dublin)
Dublin is a city of delights and surprises. Stroll across the Ha’Penny Bridge to Trinity College for a glimpse of the Book of Kells. Step inside the 11th century Dublin Castle. Stop by the Guinness Storehouse or Old Jameson Distillery for a taste of Irish history. And embrace the beauty of Dublin Bay, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
SAT JUL 18
8:00 AM TO 10:00 PM Belfast

day 9 Belfast, Northern Ireland


Belfast, Northern Ireland
Probably best known as the birthplace of the Titanic, Belfast was a hub for not only shipbuilding but also tobacco processing, rope-making and Irish linen in the early 20th century. Today the old shipyards are giving way to luxury apartments in what is known as the Titanic Quarter, home to the Titanic Belfast Centre, a beautiful star-shaped building covering the Titanic’s construction. Other must-sees include the Ulster Folk Museum and the Belfast Cathedral, as well as numerous award-winning restaurants and bars.
MON JUL 20
12:00 PM TO 10:00 PM Torshavn

day 11 Torshavn, Denmark


Torshavn, Denmark
Dock within walking distance of Old Town and marvel at a place where people mow their roofs and 17th century buildings are considered young. Listen to echoes of Old Norse in the language of shopkeepers and passersby as you shop for warm knit sweaters made from the islands’ distinctive wool. 
WED JUL 22
8:00 AM TO 9:00 PM Seydisfjordur

day 13 Seydisfjordur, Iceland


Seydisfjordur, Iceland
Seydisfjord is 11 miles of long, narrow, beautiful waterway surrounded by high mountains that ends at the town of Seydisfjordur, known for its old multi-colored wooden buildings and cascading waterfalls even in the town.  This is home of the Skalanes Nature Reserve with its wide variety of wildlife including more than 45 bird species.  The first high-voltage electricity in Iceland was opened here in 1913 and is still in operation today. A popular hiking path starts at the town center, following the east bank of the Fjardara River that flows through the center of town. 
THU JUL 23
6:00 AM TO 7:00 PM Djupivogur

day 14 Djupivogur, Iceland


Djupivogur, Iceland
The charming village of Djupivogur has been in existence since 1589. It is surrounded by a lovely coastline including black, red or beige colored beaches, waterfalls, impressive mountains and is the gateway to the Jokulsarion Glacier Lagoon, one of Iceland’s most popular attractions due to its stunning beauty. Another must-see site is the Bulandsnes Bird Sanctuary, beloved among bird watchers around the world and home to 50 species of birds.
FRI JUL 24
12:00 PM TO 6:00 PM Heimaey Island,

day 15 Heimaey Island, Iceland


Heimaey Island, Iceland
Witness a world still in transition. Circle Surtsey Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which rose from the sea in the 1960s. Next up, Heimaey, where a volcanic eruption created a modern-day Pompeii in 1973. 
SAT JUL 25
8:00 AM TO Reykjavik

day 16 Reykjavik, Iceland


Reykjavik, Iceland
The world's most northerly capital enjoys almost 24-hour sunlight in summer, all the better to show off the city’s eclectic architecture and dazzling natural wonders. Soak in the milky Blue Lagoon, visit Guilfoss Waterfall, find Pingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site , or explore the surprisingly vibrant local museum and art scene.

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