Day 1 - Southampton
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your journey to Southampton, where our staff will greet you and assist with embarking Braemar (3T+) in preparation for an evening sailing.
Day 2 - 4 - At sea
Day 5 - Málaga, Spain
Arrive in the culturally rich Andalucian city of Málaga, the birthplace of Picasso. Visit the distinctive Moorish Alcazaba Fortress and Gibralfaro castle, which provide breathtaking panoramic views. Alternatively, embark on a journey to Granada and Spain’s finest expression of Moorish art, the 14th century palaces and exotic gardens of Alhambra.
Day 6 - 7 - At sea
Day 8 - Valletta, Malta
Valletta is Malta’s most grand city with an enthralling mix of Roman, Phoenician, Greek, Arabic, Norman, Crusader, and British influences. Roam this intriguing 16th century walled city to discover the Grand Harbour - with impressive baroque architecture, mystic courtyards and wonderful monuments, including the St John’s Co-Cathedral enriched with sacred works of art.
Day 9 - At sea
Day 10 - Kotor, Montenegro - Cruising Bay of Kotor
This morning we arrive in beautiful Kotor, situated along one of the most picturesque bays in Montenegro. Explore the impressive Old City reflecting life in the Middle Ages with its medieval architecture - a UNESCO World Natural and Historical Site. Early afternoon, Braemar cruises along the stunning Bay of Kotor with towering cliffs, ancient towns and cities and lush green landscapes.
Day 11 - Cruising Venetian Lagoon, Italy - Venice (overnight)
Cruise the wonderful enclosed bay in the Adriatic Sea known as the Venetian Lagoon and location of Venice itself. After capturing beautiful views of Venice, we sail into the city and dock overnight.
Day 12 - Venice
Venice, a city of romance uniquely built upon tranquil waters, has 150 canals, 500 ancient bridges and enchanting architecture. Perhaps enjoy an iconic gondola journey through the dreamy waterways or embark on a tour of the famous sights including St Mark’s Basilica, the Piazza San Marco, the exquisite 14th century Doge’s Palace, the grand clock tower of Torre dell’Orologio and the Gallerie dell’Accademia.
Day 13 - Chioggia
Arrive in Chioggia, a quieter version of Venice with canals, historic architecture and enchanting alleyways. Wander the narrow streets admiring the classic houses crowned with terracotta roofs, and the vibrant fishing marinas. Highlights include the thriving local fish market and the wonderful sandy beach of Sottomarina.
Day 14 - Split, Croatia
Croatia’s second largest city is Split and it is a pleasure to explore. Steeped in Roman history, Split is home to a number of ancient structures including the remains of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace and the grand Romanesque clock tower. Roam the maze of alleyways discovering beautiful piazzas, pretty cafés and two bustling markets.
Day 15 - Dubrovnik
A full day to explore the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, UNESCO-listed Dubrovnik, on Croatia’s stunning Dalmatian Coast framed by soaring mountains and the glistening sea. There are many well-preserved Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, palaces, fountains and monasteries, as well as historic monuments representing the city’s fight for independence. See the highlights including the 15th century Onofrio fountain, Fort Lovrijenac and the great walls of the historic Old Town.
Day 16 - At sea
Day 17 - Trapani, Sicily, Italy
This afternoon we arrive in the stunning Sicilian city of Trapani; a fishing and ferry port steeped in history. Disembark to wander the streets filled with Baroque architecture, the picturesque harbour and discover the wonderful collection of buildings and monuments including The Dovecote medieval fortress and the 14th century grand cathedral. Nearby is the medieval town of Erice, situated atop Erice Mountain 2,464 feet above sea level.
Day 18 - At sea
Day 19 - Cartagena, Spain
Cartagena has remained one of Spain’s most significant port cities for more than 2,000 years, since its origins in the Roman period. Important sites still remain here including the Roman Theatre, thought to have been erected between the 5th and 1st centuries BC; the Concepción Castle; and the fascinating array of modernist buildings designed by pupils of Antoni Gaudi.
Day 20 - At sea
Day 21 - Lisbon, Portugal
Located over seven stunning hills on the River Tagus, Lisbon is Portugal’s prized gem with its enticing collection of pretty palaces, art-nouveau cafés and ancient castles. The city has many bridges including the Ponte Vasco de Gama, with over 11km of viaducts and the Ponte 25 de Abril, a look-alike to San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Lisbon also boasts a number of fascinating museums and galleries which are well worth visiting such as the National Museum of Contemporary Art and the Carmo Archaeological Museum.
Day 22 - 23 - At sea
More time to relax on board as we sail home.
Day 24 Southampton
Today we arrive back in Southampton, where you will be met and guided to your Titan vehicle, for the journey home.