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On a Barcelona to Venice cruise, you’ll sail down the glittering coast of the Mediterranean, stopping in stunning destinations in Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, and Montenegro along the way. These unforgettable cruises depart from the exciting city of Barcelona and sail from 9 to 13 nights around Europe, spending from one to three serene days at sea.
Embark on guided tours around captivating cities, like Rome and Dubrovnik. Eat mouthwatering cuisine in culinary hot spots, such as Provence and Florence. Swim in the cool, crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea in Split and admire unbeatable views of the Mediterranean from a towering cliff on the Amalfi Coast. There’s no shortage of beauty and culture awaiting you during a Barcelona to Venice cruise.
Explore the city’s many distinct neighborhoods, like the Ciutat Vella and the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona’s historic center, where old cathedrals and trendy restaurants line the streets. Stroll down Las Ramblas, a pedestrian walkway full of shops and the famous Boqueria food market. Or spend a day in the eclectic Parc Guell, an urban oasis with spiraling gardens and colorful statues designed by Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi.
Fall in love with the history and romance of Venice, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Make your way around the winding alleys of La Serenissima and visit striking landmarks like Doge’s Palace, the former seat of power in Venice, and the impressive St. Mark's Basilica. Visit the island of Murano and watch master artisans produce impressive works of art made out of colorful glass. Or admire the city’s pastel buildings and historic bridges while aboard a lovely gondola ride that drifts along Venice’s dreamy canals.
Discover the treasures of the Renaissance era during a stop in Florence, where art, architecture, and history are found at every turn. Stroll the bucolic Boboli Gardens behind the Pitti Palace, the former home of the powerful Medici family. Enjoy a gelato at the Piazza della Repubblica, one of the most spectacular squares in Tuscany. Walk across the famous Ponte Vecchio and take a photo in front of the Arno river. Finish off your day in port with a delicious meal full of Tuscan staples and local wines.
Explore the beauty of the French countryside in Provence. Sample the region’s delicious gastronomy while visiting specialty food shops and quaint farmer’s markets full of local goods like cheese, honey, and macarons. Walk hand-in-hand around scenic French villages like Saint-Rémy and Les Baux-de-Provence, where the scent of lavender adorns the air. Or go kayaking along the picturesque Provençal coast and admire beautiful views of the Côte Bleue.
A cruise around the Mediterranean offers endless opportunities to soak in the fascinating culture and history of the area. Step inside Baroque cathedrals and 16th-century palaces in Valletta. In Rome, gaze at iconic artworks, like Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel inside the Vatican’s Apostolic Palace. Walk around Diocletian’s Palace in Split, a sprawling complex where Roman emperors once dwelled. While in Barcelona, visit architectural masterpieces, like Gaudi’s famous Sagrada Familia.
Feast your senses on the magnificent flavors and ingredients of the Mediterranean during your Barcelona to Venice cruise. Dine on Spanish tapas in Barcelona and Palma. Sample French wines and freshly-baked pastries in Provence. Enjoy a hearty plate of pasta capped off with a shot of espresso in Rome. Or enjoy Croatian seafood specialties during a day in Split.
Spend a relaxing afternoon under the warmth of the Mediterranean sun during your Barcelona to Venice cruise. Lounge on the golden sand shores of Spain’s Palma de Mallorca. Enjoy a seaside lunch full of fresh seafood and crisp white wine in Nice. Take a dip in the azure waters of the Adriatic Sea in Dubrovnik. Or make yourself comfortable on one of Sardinia’s white-sand beaches during a port day in Cagliari.