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Stockholm - Hotel Stay
Your holiday begins in Stockholm where you’ll have an overnight in a hotel to explore the city. Don’t miss Stockholm’s two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Royal Palace Drottningholm, Sweden's best-preserved royal palace constructed in the seventeenth century and the permanent residence of the royal family and the magical Skogskyrkogården, or Woodland Cemetery.
Stockholm - Embark Costa Magica
Your holiday begins in Stockholm where you’ll have two nights in a hotel to explore the city. Don’t miss Stockholm’s two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Royal Palace Drottningholm, Sweden's best-preserved royal palace constructed in the seventeenth century and the permanent residence of the royal family and the magical Skogskyrkogården, or Woodland Cemetery.
In Stockholm, good design is a way of life. Bold colours, clean lines, no-fuss functionality and natural materials are evident wherever you go in the city. You can also visit a number of museums that highlight Sweden’s role in design innovation and have impressive collections on show.
Today you could enjoy the lovely pool decks offering thrilling slides and shallow areas for families as well as quieter places for those who wish to lie back and unwind. Join in organised games and competitions, keep trim in the state-of-the-art gym or you could head to the spa for some pampering.
From Viking treasures to royal palaces, there’s plenty of history to explore in Copenhagen but the city is also very progressive; with ambitious plans to be a carbon neutral city, more bicycles than people and stylish, modern architecture. It has an exciting restaurant scene with 15 Michelin starred restaurants.
There’s a wealth of fabulous facilities and fun activities day and night on board Costa Magica. Choose from are luxury lounges, sunny poolside areas and serene retreats. If you’re a fan of big-stage music and laughter shows then the Urbino Theatre is the place to be, or if you’re in need of relaxation, then take a dip on one of the five Jacuzzi HydroMassage baths.
The Dutch city of Amsterdam is known for its picturesque canal system, colourful tulips, 17th-century architecture and cosy cafés. Along with its historic facades you’ll discover the fascinating Rijksmuseum, a stone’s throw from the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House. Take a pedalo along the serene waters, pop into the Heineken Museum for a cool lager or hire a bike for the day and explore the windmills placed along picturesque countryside.
London is one of the most visited cities in the world, and for good reason. Home to famous landmarks such as Big Ben and the Tower of London, the skyline is about as iconic as they come. Watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace or see the ancient sculptures and Egyptian mummies at the British Museum; England’s capital is bursting with history.
Le Havre (France)
From Le Havre, you take a day trip to Paris. France’s cosmopolitan capital is packed with culture, where the streets ring with romance and live music, home to world-famous art galleries, cafés, bars and some of the best food in the world. Whether it’s fashion, food, culture or art you’re after, you’ll find it here in Paris.
After enjoying dinner in one of the main restaurants, you’ll find plenty of options for later in the evening. There are dance floors with a vibe to suit every mood: take your pick from the glittering Grand Bar Salento and its party bands, the chic and atmospheric Salone Capri or the chilled and relaxing Capo Piano Bar.
Vigo lies on northern Spain’s rugged coastline in the verdant region of Galicia. This undulating city has beautiful plazas dating back to medieval times and you’ll get spectacular views of the bay from the hills above the city. It’s also the place to find delicious fresh seafood, particularly octopus. Take the short trip to the nearby Cies Islands with their white-sand beaches and clear waters that wouldn’t look out of place in the Caribbean.
The pint-sized city of Lisbon is set across seven hills and effortlessly blends traditional and contemporary culture. Get lost in the narrow cobbled alleyways of the Alfama district with its colourful buildings and beautiful views. Or explore further afield – there are fantastic beaches within easy reach - thanks to the trams that criss-cross this charming city.
Most Costa passengers choose to enjoy their evening meals in the traditional cruising style of set-time sittings, and who can blame them with the choice of two simply stunning main two-tier dining halls, the Smerelda and Portofino?
Barcelona is a vibrant and exciting city with beautiful beaches, restaurants, bars and cafés, along with numerous cultural delights. Visit the inspiring Sagrada Familia with its stained glass, explore exciting food markets, see Gaudi’s stunning architecture or explore the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, which houses Spain’s largest collection of Catalan art.
Infused with maritime spirit, Marseille is the second-largest city in France. Explore the bohemian Cours Julien lined with bars, music venues, galleries and markets; or visit the Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde. Occupying the highest point of Marseille, the basilica is the most visited building in Marseille.
Savona - Disembark Costa Magica
Today you’ll disembark Costa Magica and fly home.
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