Visiting Switzerland is like visiting 3 countries in one. Traveling in the northern region you find that German is the primary language and Austrian-German cuisine is predominant. When visiting Lugano in the southeastern part of Switzerland, Italian is the language of choice and wonderful Italian restaurants abound. And while in the southwestern region of the country we are near the border of France, as evidenced by the people’s language and the restaurants. It’s a remarkable tour for its diversity and beauty as well as its people’s hospitality.
It is considered by many travelers and travel experts to be the most beautiful country in the world. It is famous for its mountains, crystal clear lakes, clean air, banks, watchmaking, and Chocolate. Combined are the outstanding restaurants, excellent hotels with breathtaking panoramic vistas and wonderful tour escorts creating a travel experience that will provide you with memories to last a lifetime.
This is a cruise with a splash of spring color and culture. Take advantage of some spring sunshine as your ship sails around the Iberian Peninsula and to fascinating Morocco. Along the way you’ll step ashore in wonderful historic cities with a wealth of grand architecture to discover. The highlight of this cruise is likely to be the chance to visit Seville during the famous ‘Feria de Abril’ fiesta. Combine all this with some great shopping and a chance to relax on board, and you have a wonderful cruise holiday to tempt you.
Avonmouth – is a port and outer suburb of Bristol, England facing two rivers: the reinforced north bank of the final stage of the Avon which rises at sources in Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Somerset; and the eastern shore of the Severn Estuary. Strategically the area has been and remains an important part of the region’s maritime economy particularly for larger vessels for the unloading and exporting of heavier goods as well as in industry including warehousing, light industry, and electrical power. The area contains a junction of and is connected to the south by motorways roads, railway tracks and paths to the north, south-east and east.