CroisiEurope’s Andalusia: Tradition, gastronomy and flamenco

CroisiEurope’s Andalusia: Tradition, gastronomy and flamenco By on Nov 02, 2022 in Cruises & Boat Travel, Europe, Regions, Spain, Speciality Travel, Western Europe

Once conquistadores sailed from Seville along the Guadalquivir River out into the Atlantic and onto the New World. Latin American silver flowed back, upstream, to bring a wealth of art, culture and architecture to Andalusia. For seven nights and eight days CroisiEurope’s 176-berth La Belle de Cadiz is the base for an exploration of Andalusia.

It is the only river cruiser to sail through the Guadalquivir’s rich legacy of empires: Roman, Moor and Hapsburg. Sailing south there are views of the marshes, shifting sand dunes and the migratory birds of the Doñana National Park. Unusually, for a river cruiser, even though it is four times longer than Columbus’ flagship that sailed to the New World, La Belle de Cadix briefly sails the

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