19.08.2019 – 26.08.2019
Day 1- Mallorca (Balearic Islands)
The Balearic Islands are located between the east coast of the Iberian Peninsula and the North African coast. Every guest of the Balearic Islands finds the perfect way to spend their leisure time. People relax on the beaches and play sports, travel through the mountains and explore the mysterious caves. Many monuments of history and architecture, ancient cities, medieval castles and temples are preserved on these islands. Particularly Mallorca is famous for its historical and architectural monuments. Such pearls of the Gothic as the grandiose cathedral, the royal fortress of Almudena are in the capital of the island, the city of Palma. Among other sights of Mallorca, you can see the spiritual center of the Balearic Islands, the Monastery of Luc, the factory "Mallorca", where the world famous pearls are grown, the unique Dragon Cave with mysterious grottoes and underground lakes. In addition, Mallorca offers resorts for every taste, from quiet family towns to popular tourist destinations.
Day 2- Ibiza (Balearic Islands)
Ibiza, as well as Mallorca, has a rich historical heritage. But still, the island is better known as one of the most popular youth resorts with boiling nightlife. But families with children rest on the island successfully as well. There are countless clubs and restaurants here. This is the very place where the most fashionable parties are held.
Day 3- At Sea
The most famous world resorts are located on the numerous shores of the Mediterranean Sea, which annually attract millions of tourists from all over the world. Magnificent nature, mild climate, excellent cuisine, excellent beaches, endless shopping, rich cultural and historical heritage on its beaches make the rest here unforgettable.
Day 4- Naples / Pompeii (Italy)
Naples is a place of collision and coexistence of contrasts, you understand this as soon as you get to the city. Gorgeous historical memories in the Capodimonte Museum and the Royal Palace "get along" with the worst manifestations of modernity and the chaotic rhythm of life, and then breathtaking landscapes and rules of life, which are valid only here and nowhere else on Earth.
The ancient Roman city of Pompeii is located near Naples. In August 79, as a result of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, he was buried under a layer of ash. Today, the city is an open-air museum. The city was found during excavations carried out in 1592 by the architect Domenico Fontana during the construction of the Sarno Canal. After the earthquake that occurred in 1980, restoration work is constantly underway in Pompeii, currently, about 25% of the city has not been excavated yet.
Day 5- Livorno / Florence, Pisa (Italy)
Livorno is a city in Italy, on the Ligurian coast, and it’s the most important port in Italy. From Livorno by water you can get to numerous places for a resort holiday: a large number of beaches, cafes, restaurants, clubs and discos. Tourists will also be interested in the monument "The Four Moors", the Cathedral of Livorno, the Church of Saint Ferdinando. Monument "Four Moors" - one of the symbols of the city. It consists of a pedestal on which the sculpture of Ferdinando I Medici is located, and at the bottom of the pedestal there are four bronze statues representing pirates who are chained together.
Florence, the capital of Tuscany, fully justifies its name: the city is flourishing and developing, becoming more and more attractive to travelers. More than 20 million people visit it annually. Florence is otherwise called the “Cradle of the Renaissance”. It has inspired Dante, Michelangelo, Botticelli, Brunelleschi, Giotto, Cimabue, and the genius of all times and peoples Leonardo da Vinci was born nearby. Florence managed to preserve the historical appearance, and now it is considered the city full of museums in Italy. Indeed, monuments of architecture and cultural attractions are here at every turn.
Day 6 - Genoa / Milan (Italy)
Genoa is one of the main port cities of the Mediterranean. In addition to the huge port, one of the sights of Italy is the statue of Christopher Columbus, born here, mounted on the station square of the city. Being on the most beautiful coast of the peninsula of Italy, Genoa since Roman times has attracted the attention of the high society, as well as poets and artists. To this day, numerous residences of the aristocracy, surrounded by parks and gardens, have survived in Genoa.
Despite its long history, Milan remains the most modern city in Italy and the fashion capital. It includes the most beautiful and famous places in the city: the Duomo, the Gallery of Victor Emmanuel II, the Theatre of La Scala, and Square of Mercanti. The Cathedral, or the Duomo, as the Milanese themselves call it, is not only beautiful outside, but also incredibly rich in interior decoration. It contains a unique artifact - a nail brought, as they claim, from the crucifix of Christ himself. The Victor Emmanuel II Gallery has been attracting tourists for several centuries and it is the pride of the inhabitants of Milan. It is built in the form of a Latin cross, that is, it has 4 outlets, symbolizing 4 continents.
Day 7-Marseille (France)
Marseille is the largest Mediterranean resort, the second most populous city in France. This is a bright and noisy town, causing tourists different feelings: someone will love it with all his/her heart at first sight, and someone may be repelled by its noise and simplicity.
Today, the French port of Marseille is far from stereotypes about sleepy and calm seaside towns. Marseille has a multi-colored markets, seafood products and delicious bouillabaisse, but also it is an explosive mixture of expatriates. But if you want to see the real life of the French, to feel the temperament and energy of the sea, Marseille is exactly what you need.
Mallorca Balearic Islands
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