BRAVO – Cruise of the Performing Arts UK 2018 features the most illustrious line up of artists from musical theatre, classical music and opera ever assembled on water.
From world renowned opera sensations and theatrical favourites to acclaimed classical performers, bravo is an all encompassing musical holiday experience that has to be seen to be believed. You’ll even get an exclusive private tour and recption at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilboa.
- 7 night on board Celebrity Silhouette
- Live music featuring various artists and performers including: Alfie Boe, Katherine Jenkins (OBE), National Symphony Orchestra and Wynne Evans
- Exclusive tour of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao
- All meals, entertainment and gratuities on board (excludes drinks)
- Port charges and government taxes
Single supplements apply. Subject to availability.
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Saturday 19th May – Depart Southampton late afternoon
Sunday 20th May – At Sea
Monday 21st May – Arrive Bilbao, Spain early am and depart late pm
Bilbao is home to Spain’s celebrated Basque country, with its historic old quarters of Gothic churches, gracious plazas and fascinating shops. Stroll along the vibrant riverside promenade and see the stunning Guggenheim Museum.
Tuesday 22nd May – At Sea
Wednesday 23rd May – Arrive Vigo, Spain early am and depart early evening
Located in the southwest corner of Spain known as Galacia, the densely populated city of Vigo receives more sunshine and less rainfall than the entire area’s annual average. Ancient Romans enjoyed the mild climate and established the surrounding region as a bathing resort. Today, this coastal port city abounds with gardens, pinewoods and wild flowers in all seasons, and the inhabitants’ Celtic roots are marked by folk legends and bagpipe celebrations.
Thursday 24th May – At Sea
Friday 25th May– Arrive Cherbourg, France early am and depart early evening
CHERBOURG Originally a little fishing village. Cherbourg developed into the historic port designed by Vauban. This was also a strategic naval port during the Napoleonic wars, there is a marina with over 1000 moorings. “Cap de la Hague” is to the West and the “Pointe de Barfleur” to the East. It belongs to Normandy, a region that has provided inspiration for countless artists and writers, is the land of apple orchards and rolling farmland dotted with villages of half-timbered houses. Boasting a wealth of abbeys and châteaux, as well as a superb coastline, it offers something for everyone.
Saturday 26th May– Arrive back to Southampton early am to disembark