Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Miami to Barcelona

Tasteful elegance surrounds you aboard this gorgeous ship, from twinkling crystal chandeliers overhead to the plush carpets underfoot. You’ll even find it in the fresh and creative cuisine, thoughtfully plated so that every bite offers a unique combination of flavor and satisfaction.

12/29/2022 through 03/26/2024
12/29/2022 through 04/14/2024

Day 1 Miami
Day 2 Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
Day 3 Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
Day 4 Royal Naval Dockyard

Arrive Time: 8:00 AM – Depart Time: 5:00 PM
Day 5 Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
Day 6 Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
Day 7 Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
Day 8 Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
Day 9 Horta (Azores)

Arrive Time: 8:00 AM – Depart Time: 5:00 PM
Day 10 Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
Day 11 Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
Day 12 Cadiz

Arrive Time: 8:00 AM – Depart Time: 6:00 PM
Day 13 Granada (Motril)

Arrive Time: 7:00 AM – Depart Time: 6:00 PM
Day 14 Alicante

Arrive Time: 8:00 AM – Depart Time: 4:00 PM
Day 15 Barcelona


Situated along Africa’s northernmost coastline, Agadir enjoys a year-round temperate climate and all the delights of a modern city. Relax on one of the many excellent beaches, browse through the shops and marketplaces in town and sample some of the local cuisine. You can also venture on a fascinating excursion to the 16th-century Bedouin city of Taroudant, cradled against the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains. From the ancient walls there’s an incredible view
of the city, port and ocean far below. In the heart of the old medina, you may explore one of Morocco’s liveliest souks, a labyrinth of shops featuring local handicrafts.


Alicante lies 225 miles (362 km) southeast of Madrid. It is a small city boasting beaches and warm weather most of the year. Alicante is a haven of sidewalk cafes nestled beside little piazas or set out on the palm-lined Explanade. Marvelous views are yours from the castle of Santa Barbara, perched on a rocky peak, and in the Museum of 20th-Century Art,
with masterworks by Picasso, Miro and Braque.

Kuala Lumpur

Wacky architecture, cultural contrast, call it what you will: In “KL,” as this town is widely known, it is not unusual to, say, see a modern skyscraper situated next door to a centuries-old shophouse. It’s one of the things that make Kuala Lumpur unique.

Superficially, KL may appear to be a modern Asian city of gleaming skyscrapers, but it retains much of the character and local colour which has been so effectively wiped out in cities such as Singapore. It has plenty of colonial buildings in its centre, a vibrant Chinatown with street vendors and night markets, and a bustling Little India.

The real heart of KL is Merdeka Square, the site of the city’s parades and celebrations and home to a 95m (312ft) high flagpole. In colonial days, Malaysia’s administrators used the square for cricket matches, but it was also here that Malaysia’s independence was declared in 1957. On the eastern side of the square is the moorish Sultan Abdul Samed
Building, topped by a 43m (141ft) high clocktower. KL’s magnificent railway station is built in a similar moorish style, with its full quota of minarets, cupolas, towers and arches, and may be construed as a delightful example of British colonial humour. The Petronas Towers building is less decorative but impossible to miss. It’s almost half a km (1640ft) high and is one of the tallest structures in the world.

The picturesque, striped onion-domed Masjid Jame (Friday mosque) is set in a grove of palm trees overlooking Merdeka Square and is neatly reflected in the new mirror-glass office building nearby. Just south of Jami Masjid are the teeming streets of KL’s Chinatown – a crowded, colourful area with the usual melange of signs, shops activity and noise. At night the central section is closed to traffic and becomes a brightly lit, frantic night market.

Budget hotels and hostels can be found in Chinatown and Jalan Pudu Lama. Mid-range hotels are concentrated in Chinatown and on Jalan Bukit Bintang. The night market in Chinatown is the most interesting place to eat in the evening.


Lome is the pearl of West Africa to which French and German travellers flock in the winter.


Here in Muara, life revolves around the Sultan of Brunei’s palace, home of the wealthiest man in the world. See Kampong Ayer, an astonishingly modern water village built on stilts.

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