24 July - 30 July 2016
6 days, Lord Nelson
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24 July - 30 July 2016
*Places at request* Tall Ships Race 2 sees Lord Nelson take part in the exciting second leg of The Tall Ships Races. From the finish line in Sines, Portugal, you will make the intense 7 day journey round to the historic city of Cadiz. Open for abled and disabled trainees. Minimum age 16 years. More info: email@example.com
Lisbon has a long and varied history as a major trading hub, much of which is still visible in the old city centre. Discover Alfama, the old quarters with its many old alleys, steps and the Lisbon Cathedral. The famous tram line 28 will get you there – an experience in and of itself. And be sure to check out a fado concert if you want to learn about saudade – loss, yearning and comfort, all rolled into one. Emotions that all seafarers will get to know one way or the other…
The oldest city in Spain, with a wealth of historic landmarks. Water is never far away, as the old town is built on a narrow stretch of land jutting out into the Mediterranean Sea. Get lost in the Old town with its many narrow, winding streets and visit one of the many parks that dot the city. Its many cathedrals and plazas are also well worth a visit. Go to La Caleta beach, at La Viña, the old fisherman quarter. Go catch a Flamenco concert and feast your taste buds with the fresh sea foods.
"Super great experience, I recommend it to everyone. I loved it!!! Everything was perfect."
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