- Dates: July 12 - 22, 2020
- Price: from $1,399 per person
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- Provider: Atlantis Events
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Summer’s hotter than ever in 2020 with an all-new cruise between Europe’s two gay capitals – Amsterdam and Barcelona – for an incomparable journey to the most fascinating cities in Spain, Portugal, and France. From lush vineyards of Bordeaux to amber streets of Seville to powder-white beaches of Malaga, you’ll experience something remarkable every day. There’s even an overnight in seductive Lisbon! All during the best season to sail, where summer sunshine and warm waters grace every amazing destination. Featuring thrilling new entertainment, spectacular outdoor parties, and 2400 great friends from around the world. With fares starting at just $1399, there’s never been a better way to explore!
Summer’s Hottest Adventure
What better place to start a gay cruise than Amsterdam, Europe’s most gay-friendly city, where charming canals meet a dynamic and passionate scene. After a relaxing day at sea, explore the legendary vineyards of Bordeaux, or simply explore the marvels of one of France’s most recent transformations. Bilbao’s stunningly modern museum sets the tone for the gateway to the magical countryside of Spain’s Basque region. Indulge in the culinary and visual wonders of Galicia, as La Coruna’s awe-inspiring cliffs, windswept pristine beaches, and glorious seafood tempt you at every turn.
Our dramatic arrival into Lisbon will put you in the mood to enjoy the wonders and fascinating nightlife of this unique coastal city. With a full day and night to explore you’ll truly have time to enjoy one of Europe’s most progressive and constantly changing cities. Just save some energy for historic Seville where ancient streets are lined with treasures beyond your imagination.
No visit to Spain would be complete without exploring the beachside city of Malaga, with a magnificent coastline and laid-back attitude. It’s the perfect base to explore the wonders of Spain’s rich south, including the medieval city of Granada and more.
Finally, the ultra-modern Calatrava structures that dot Valencia bring you face-to-face with the future of Spain in one of the world’s most beautiful coastal cities. That is, until we arrive in glorious Barcelona!
- July 12: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- July 13: At Sea
- July 14: Bordeaux (Le Verdon), France
- July 15: Bilbao, Spain
- July 16: La Coruña, Spain
- July 17: Lisbon, Portugal
- July 18: Lisbon, Portugal
- July 19: Cádiz, Spain
- July 20: Málaga, Spain
- July 21: Valencia, Spain
- July 22: Barcelona, Spain