Sail between the new world and the old on Celebrity’s transatlantic cruises to Spain from the USA. You’ll depart from Tampa or Fort Lauderdale and enjoy blissful days at sea to unwind by the pool, relax in the spa, and enjoy fine dining and glittering entertainment. 

In Spain, there’s a thrilling new port to explore every day. See Roman antiquities in Cartagena and sample colorful paella in Valencia’s historic heart. Palma de Mallorca, in the craggy Balearic islands, is known for its beaches, gourmet markets, and the tangle of streets of the old Gothic Quarter. In Barcelona, admire the dazzling curves of architect Antoni Gaudí’s most famous buildings, including the extraordinary Sagrada Familia Basilica. Stops during the crossing may also include sub-tropical Bermuda, an island of pink sands, aquamarine seas, and intriguing naval history, or Ponta Delgada in the lush, volcanic Azores, part of Portugal.

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Barcelona bursts with energy, its center packed with superb art galleries, Gothic architecture, and Gaudí’s modernist masterpieces, the most famous of which is the dazzling La Sagrada Familia basilica. Wander along Las Ramblas boulevard, explore the old Gothic Quarter, taste hams and cheeses in the colorful La Boqueria market, and stop for fresh seafood on the beach at Barceloneta, the old fishing quarter. Head up Montjuïc hill to see the superb Joan Miró Foundation and spectacular city views.


Laid-back Valencia has several claims to fame, not least the fact that it’s the home of paella, the surrounding countryside green with rice paddies. Try the local specialty, cooked with chicken and rabbit, fragrant with saffron. Visit the 13th century cathedral, housing what’s believed to be the Holy Grail. Gaze in awe at the shimmering modern architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences and join the locals for a picnic in the Turia Gardens, a former riverbed, now a lush urban park.


Cartagena features layer upon layer of history. The spectacular Roman theater here was only discovered in the 1980s, buried under the old city center. The ancient Punic city walls date back to the third century BC, and in the excellent National Museum of Underwater Archaeology, you can see a replica of a Phoenician ship. Nearby, there are sandy beaches to enjoy, and a chance to visit a traditional stud where thoroughbred Spanish horses, famed for their grace and beauty, are raised.

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