Uniworld - PORTUGAL, SPAIN & THE DOURO RIVER VALLEY

A captivating journey that pays tribute to the “Age of Exploration.”

Experience the “sunny side” of Europe on this perfectly paced cruise/tour, starting in radiant seaside Lisbon and following the Douro River through Portugal and into Spain. Revel in the captivating cities and striking scenery throughout your journey.

Highlights:

IT’S ALL INCLUDED: All gratuities for everyone onboard and onshore; personalized hosted shore excursions; in-suite butler service; scheduled airport transfers; unlimited beverages, including incredible local wines, craft beers, and premium spirits, such as Grey Goose and Glenfiddich; all meals, prepared with the finest and freshest local ingredients; onboard fitness center and exercise classes led by professionally trained instructors, as well as complimentary bicycles for use onshore; entertainment and Signature Lectures; ship-wide Wi-Fi; and more.

Terms, conditions and restrictions apply; pricing, availability, and other details subject to change and/ or apply to US or Canadian residents. Please confirm details and booking information with your travel advisor.

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