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All aboard for Princess Cruises' Mediterranean marvel!

If you fancy a change from flying to your next holiday destination, why not sample a sumptuous Mediterranean cruise instead?

Princess Cruises' Mediterranean Adventurer is a fantastic, 14-day round trip from Southampton on board the elegant Grand Princess.

Ports of call begin with Malaga in Spain, where must-visits include famous 14th century fortress the Alhambra, the baroque cathedral, royal chapel and the wonderful Museo Picasso which features more than 150 of the artist's works.

The next stop is Barcelona, perfect for a trip to Las Ramblas, the vibrant shopping district, Barri Gotic medieval quarter, and Parc Guell, a park exquisitely designed by Gaudi and offering unforgettable city views.

If you've always wondered what it might be like in the playground of the rich and famous, this is your chance to find out - Monte Carlo is next on the itinerary. And it's style every step of the way - casinos, café culture, luxury yachts and fashion shops. This port also offers an opportunity to experience Nice in the French Riviera, or Cannes, home of the film festival.

The Grand Princess will then take you to Rome, where you can visit St Peter's Square, the Colosseum, and the Vatican Museums including the Sistine Chapel, before heading to Naples, with the glorious Amalfi Coast nearby.

The final two stops are the French island of Corsica followed by Gibraltar, home of the mischievous Barbary apes, before setting sail for Southampton once more.

During your days at sea, there are plenty of attractions on the cruise ship to keep you entertained - spa, casino, theatre, outdoor cinema, art gallery, golf putting course, to name but a few. And that's on top of the myriad restaurants, bars and cafés for a different dining experience every day.

This amazing holiday is available in July, August and September 2011 and will also be offered in May and August 2012 - so check your diary and start planning your cruise wardrobe!

 

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