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21 Nights aboard Costa Favolosa
4 May 2024
4 May 2024
Dream and reality meet aboard the Costa Favolosa. As its name suggests, this is a fairy-tale ship. A real engineering gem with every comfort and space for your favourite activities: sports, relaxation and good food.
Costa Fascinosa’s sister is one of the largest vessels in the Costa fleet. Built by Fincantieri, it was inaugurated in 2010. The best feature of the Costa Favolosa is its versatility, making it the perfect cruise ship for every itinerary. In addition to the normal internal and external cabins and those with balconies, for the more discerning passenger, the Samsara cabins are located right inside the Spa. Costa Favolosa shines like a gem. Crystal, marble, onyx and alabaster feature throughout, highlighting the elegance of every detail. On board you feel like a privileged guest both for the beauty of space and the courtesy and professionalism of the staff. Now take a look at the current position of Costa Favolosa.
Childrens Play Room
Grand Prix Simulator
H2O Zone Water Park
Children’s Play Area
A la carte restaurant
Coffee & Chocolate Bar
Cognac & Cigar Bar
Ice Cream Bar
Speakeasy cigar lounge
The luxury hotels contrast with the poverty of the favelas (shanty towns), but in Rio it doesn’t take much to feel happy: a beer on the beach, music, a jog along the promenade at Copacabana, the Carnival or a local football team victory.
The smiles of the children of Salvador is one of the emotions that remain in your heart for the duration of our Costa Cruise in Brazil. In Salvador enjoy the fascinating beauty of the natural scenery of this coastal town. During the stop, you can visit the magnificent monuments of the historic center and explore the Praia do Forte Village, Bahia, where you can see the success of the Tamar sea turtle project, which was launched 37 years ago to protect sea turtles.
The “Venice of Brazil” stretches over bridges and canals and is protected by a coral barrier reef. Not far from Recife is Olinda, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Both Recife’s and Olinda’s famous carnivals are wonderful.
The port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the city’s access to the sea and characterized by a mix of cultures that have managed to coexist in harmony with each other. Santa Cruz is a cosmopolitan city of different influences and varied trends, as you can see from the mix of historic buildings and modern architecture. After leaving the port, start your tour with a visit of the Auditorio de Tenerife and the “Circulo de Amistad.” Then take a visit to the Nuestra Señora de África market, where you will find crafts and artisanal products made from natural ingredients, as well as the famous wine of the region. Finally, check out the local cuisine made with potatoes, chilies and exotic spices.
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Travel through the streets of the port, where Christopher Columbus left for America, and visit this beautiful town and its surroundings. Make a stop in Cadiz, an Andalusian town that gives its name to the region it is capital of and the gulf on whose heights it stands proud. Its buildings are characterised by influences, in chronological order, of the Carthaginians, Romans, Moors and the Christians. The port of Cadiz was the departure point of the expedition that led to the discovery of America. Here you can admire the charming seafront promenade and the 3 km bridge that crosses the bay. Don’t miss the chance to taste “tapas de chorizo” or see a flamenco show.
Lisbon is a city of decadent charm that we can discover among lifts and slopes and small restaurants where they serve salt cod in every variant. The capital of Portugal is a concentration of the Portuguese lifestyle. Upon arrival at the port of Lisbon, you’ll start your stay enjoying delicious local cuisine. You won’t have any difficulty finding a restaurant on the river bank where you can have a glass of Vinho Verde and taste some sweet rice treats. Whatever you’re looking for, from strong emotions to calm, the city can satisfy you. You can also bask on its beaches or visit the historic buildings of the city of seven hills. Then jump on the tram and head to the art galleries and museums of the second oldest capital in Europe.
Vigo is the port of call for Santiago de Compostela, one of the famous holy places of Christianity. Its magnificent Baroque cathedral, built on the tomb of Saint James, has been attracting pilgrims from all over Europe for centuries
A modern and vibrant city, as well as being a major port and the capital of the Département of Seine Maritime, Le Havre is a lively place, with plenty of culture and many well-preserved old buildings.
Dover is your gateway to London’s myriad of treasures: the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and the British Museum, to name a few. This pretty and picturesque little town attracts both British and international tourism to this region and is renowned for its golf courses, beautiful countryside, and famous ancient monuments that are the remains of two thousand years of turbulent, yet culturally intense, history.
Amsterdam is not only a city: it is one of the places of Impressionism and the heart of Flemish painting, with its beautiful canals and the kindness of the Dutch. Amsterdam was once a small fishing village that developed due to the various influences it came under. Today, the city is an international destination for tourism and culture. As soon as you arrive at the port of Amsterdam, you’ll sense the contagious atmosphere that pervades it and the culture of sharing. Spend some time visiting the Gothic church of Nieuwe Kerk and then dive into the past by visiting the Anne Frank House in the Grachtengordel district. Complete your visit with a walk in the Oud-West district, with its bars and its characteristic “Brown Cafés”.
The biggest port of Germany, a notorious red-light-district and elegant mansions along the Elbe River its all in Hamburg! You can get to know the vibrant city of Hamburg during this great tour! On your way there is much to see: you will pass the downtown Alster Lake and the citys exclusive residential areas, the Jungfernstieg with its luxury shops and shopping malls, the Renaissance-style City Hall and Stock Exchange, modern downtown architecture, parks and gardens, the TV tower, the exhibition centre, 19th century court buildings and plenty more. Time and traffic permitting, you will have the chance to hop off the bus for photo-stops. You will complete your tour of Hamburg with an outside visit of the citys famous landmark Michel – St. Michaelis Church. The “Kramer Amtsstuben”, a well preserved complex of restored buildings, presenting the living conditions in the early 18th century will be also shown in detail.
21 Nights aboard Costa Favolosa
Departs 04 May 2024