Situated on Spain’s Costa del Sol, Malaga is the region’s capital and a popular holiday destination. The city is also renowned as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, whose works can be seen in the fairly new Museo Picasso housed in the Palacio de Buenavista. And connoisseurs can imbibe in the sweet Malaga dessert wines that come from the hilly vineyards just outside of town. This is a pleasant town to explore and also serves as a popular starting point for excursions to splendid Granada and the famed Alhambra, located inland at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada.
The following Shore Excursions are available for this port on this cruise, and may be reserved beginning 240 days before the cruise begins for guests receiving Concierge amenities, and 180 days before the cruise begins for all other guests. Guests receiving Concierge amenities will receive a 5% discount off of the prices shown below for Regent Choice tours.
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A wonderful introduction to the charms of Malaga, this highly informative excursion presents the architectural highlights with brief stops for photos.
Depart from the pier and begin driving through Malaga, an exuberant city on Spain's sun-blessed Costa del Sol. Settled nearly 3,000 years ago, Malaga bears the architectural influence of numerous conquerors, including the Romans and the Moors. Driving about the leafy streets, you will notice that even the municipal buildings are extraordinary, especially Malaga's neo-Baroque city hall, which rises majestically above its surrounding gardens.
Still, the most prominent structure is Gibralfaro Castle, a 10th-century fortress so revered that its image appears on the seal and flag of Malaga Province. The castle's name derives from the fact that it was constructed on the remains of a lighthouse, as Gibralfaro means "rock of the lighthouse." It was here in the summer of 1487 that the forces of Ferdinand and Isabella laid siege to Malaga, eventually establishing it as Christian. A brief stop at the castle's Belvedere viewpoint affords you a sweeping perspective of the city.
The Cathedral of Malaga, which you will view, is another architectural highlight. Its construction began in 1528 and continued sporadically over the next 250 years. Nevertheless, the second tower in the original plans was never built, and today the stone cathedral is known affectionately as "La Manquita," the one-armed lady. Afterwards, you will have free time in Malaga for shopping or simply to savor the city's ambiance before returning to the pier.
Please note: There is approximately 1 hour of optional walking at the stops and during free time. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have an able-bodied companion to assist them. Weather appropriate clothing; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable shoes are recommended. This tour does not include an interior visit of the Cathedral.
Discover Granada, one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. The tour begins with a two-hour drive from Malaga to the city center of Granada. Here, you are free to spend the next three hours or so doing as you please. The escort will inform you where and when to meet for the return drive to Malaga.
Please note: This tour does not include lunch or entrance fees. An escort will be on the coach to/from Granada. If guests should miss the return coach, transportation back to the vessel will be their own responsibility and at their own expense. The amount of walking is at each guest's discretion. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach, and have an able-bodied companion to assist them. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. The drive between Malaga and Granada is approximately 2 hours each way, dependent upon traffic conditions. Please remember to take local currency along with you. To visit The Alhambra a reservation is required; this transfer does not cover the entrance fee to the venue; therefore if you wish to visit The Alhambra on your own, you will need to reserve tickets in advance.
Ride an electric and solar-powered mini train to the Malaga Automobile Museum, where you will browse rare vintage cars and unexpected exhibits devoted to fashion design.
After departing from the pier, you will ride through Malaga on a mini-train that is both solar-powered and electric. You can be assured of a great seat, as the mini-train is completely open on the sides for excellent viewing of this city that the Phoenicians founded in the 8th century.
In keeping with the theme of intriguing modes of transportation, you will soon arrive at the Malaga Automobile Museum, a magnificent exhibition space that was once a tobacco factory. After a welcome glass of locally produced sweet wine, you will browse a collection of some of the world’s most prized vintage automobiles, including rare Ferraris, convertibles from the 1920s, a pink Cadillac and even a Rolls-Royce customized with Swarovski crystals.
Just as the mini-train uses alternative energy, so do some of the automobiles. For instance, there is a steam-driven car from 1910, an early electric car, a solar car and a prototype hydrogen-powered car.
As a rather odd complement to these extraordinary automobiles, several exhibits are devoted to haute couture by international fashion houses such as Chanel and Dior. Highlights include Marilyn Monroe’s favorite Givenchy gown and a hat shaped like a high-heel shoe created by Salvador Dali in collaboration with famed Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli.
Following this multi-faceted immersion into design, you will ride the mini-train back to the pier.
Please note: The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the mini train and have an able-bodied companion to assist them.
Departing from the Port of Málaga enjoy a short panoramic drive passing by Málaga Bullring, whose construction dates from 1874 and has a capacity of seating 14,000 people.
First stop will be the Gibralfaro Castle, a fortress of Phoenician origin that was later reconstructed by the Moors. Today, it holds the Parador Nacional de Málaga. From the ancient walls, you can enjoy a great view of the city, bay and surrounding countryside. Next, it is on to the Catedral: Leaving your coach behind, you will commence a guided walking tour, passing in front of the Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art, which is housed in the former Episcopal Palace. Diaz Palacio and Ortiz de Vargas successively constructed the cathedral between the 16th and the 18th- centuries. The choir is of particular interest. Recently, a new museum has been opened inside the cathedral (Museo Catedralicio).
Continuing on the walking tour, see the Alcazaba is a fortress and palace built between the 10th and 16th-centuries. The castle and the Alcazaba are two of the most interesting Islamic works of architecture on the Iberian Peninsula. From Alcazabilla Street you will see the interesting Roman Theater and the house (right in front of Plaza de la Merced) where the famous painter Pablo Picasso was born. Enjoy a guided tour of the Alcazaba fortifications and also some nice views over Malaga city before continuing on the walking tour. You will also stop at a local bodega where you can enjoy a glass of wine.
From here, you will return to your ship.
Please note: Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable walking shoes for this tour which involves moderate walking at the Cathedral area, the Gibralfaro Castle and the inside of the Alcazaba . This tour involves approximately 2 hours of walking and/or standing, cobblestone streets and uneven surfaces, plus any additional walking at the guests' discretion during free time. It is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Guests are also encouraged to wear conservative attire, covering the knees and shoulders, for the visit to the Cathedral.
This distinctive tour provides a fascinating introduction to Malaga by visiting a variety of landmarks. Those include a vintage car museum, an ornate cathedral and a castle that has become a symbol of the city.
After departing from the pier, you will soon arrive at the Malaga Automobile Museum, a magnificent exhibition space that was once a tobacco factory. Inside, you will find a collection of some of the world’s most prized vintage automobiles, including rare Ferraris, convertibles from the 1920s and even a Rolls-Royce customized with Swarovski crystals. As a rather unusual complement, several exhibits are also devoted to haute couture gowns and hats designed by international fashion houses such as Chanel and Dior.
After browsing the museum and toasting the experience with a glass of distinctive Oporto wine, you will enjoy an enlightening tour of Malaga, a city that the Phoenicians founded in the 8th century. Following a panoramic tour of the city, you will leave your coach behind and commence a walking tour that begins with an exterior visit of imposing Gibralfaro Castle, a hilltop fortress from the 14th century that offers a sweeping view of Malaga.
Re-boarding your coach, it’s on to the city center and the Malaga Cathedral, known as the “one-armed woman” because its planned second tower was never built so it looks a bit lopsided. Even so, the cathedral is beautifully ornate. Built over the course of 250 years, it reflects several architectural styles as you will observe during your exterior visit.
You will also enjoy some free time to explore the pedestrian friendly surrounding area. Shopping is always an excellent option or you might stroll the Plaza de la Marina and nearby palm-lined park. Afterwards, you will return to the pier.
Please note: This tour includes approximately 2 hours of easy to moderate walking. There will be some steps to negotiate. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with walking difficulties are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a bottle of water from the ship; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. The tour sequence may vary.
Discover why so many expatriates have chosen to reside in Canillas de Aceituno, a beautiful whitewashed mountain village of Moorish origin.
After departing from the pier, you will settle in for a leisurely and meandering drive inland toward Canillas de Aceituno, a village with Moorish roots that lies along the slopes of the Sierra Tejada. The closer you come, the more impressive the setting of this beautiful whitewashed village that blankets the foothills of the mountains.
Upon arriving, you will be greeted by an expat, one of hundreds that have chosen Canillas de Aceituno as their home. It is no wonder. The small village couldn’t be more picturesque. Its narrow pedestrian-friendly lanes, white stucco residences and splashes of colorful flowers spilling over the balconies lend a wonderful ambiance.
If you wish, you can follow the expat through the village while admiring the prevalent Mudéjar architecture. A must-see highlight is Casa de la Reina Mora, a 16th-century building where mulberry leaves were sold to feed silkworms that were essential to silk production.
As an alternative, you can watch a live flamenco performance while enjoying a glass of cava, a sparkling wine named for the stone cellars or “cavas” where it matures. Flamenco is associated with this part of Andalusian and its passionate storytelling through song and dance is captivating.
Free time follows, during which you might enjoy a traditional lunch or simply stroll through the village, stopping at destinations and shops that interest you the most.
Please note: An optional walking tour of the village accompanied by Expats living in the village contains moderate walking- 60 minutes over cobbled streets in part and some steps. It is not recommended for guests who utilize a wheelchair. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Please be aware of long drive, mountains , winding roads, to reach the village. Casual, weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested.
Discover the natural beauty and historic sites of Malaga during this picturesque visit to a traditional Andalusian village.
Starting off from the pier, you will head toward Mijas. This picturesque village is situated a few hundred feet above sea level, and offers spectacular views and photo opportunities across the bay to Marbella. On a clear day, you can see all the way across the Mediterranean to the northern coast of Africa. With its many tightly-packed, whitewashed houses and colorful geraniums hanging from wrought-iron balconies, Mijas remains one of the few traditional old-style Andalusian villages.
Upon arrival in Mijas, you will proceed to the Town Hall to begin your walking tour. Nearby, you will find the stop for the donkey taxi, which in years past was the only means of transport in Mijas. Your walk continues on to the Santuario de la Virgen de las Cuevas, or Sanctuary of the Virgin of the Caves, where the Statue of the Virgin and her treasures are kept. Here, you will learn how the Virgin was dressed for special occasions, including the Easter and Rocio Processions.
Lastly, you will enjoy an aperitif in a typical taverna located at Mijas' central square before rejoining your coach for the return drive to the Port of Malaga.
Please note: Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes for this tour which involves considerable amounts of walking on steep inclined surfaces. This tour is not available to wheelchair guests. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Caps and comfortable walking shoes are suggested.
Malaga is a city with a strong Andalusian character and those looking for an opportunity to discover this vibrant city should not miss this excursion. As you relax and enjoy a drink and light snack, you'll be utterly delighted with a traditional Flamenco performance that is carried out by a troupe of professional dancers and musicians.
A complex cultural dance characterized by its audible footwork, the roots of Flamenco can be traced back for centuries and was born as a form of expression of a persecuted people, most notably, the Gypsies of Southern Spain. The Flamenco's unique blend of influences and musical complexity is often attributed to the consequences of the decree made in Spain in 1492 by the Catholic Spanish King Fernando V and Queen Isabel. This decree mandated that everyone living under their domain convert to Catholicism. Today, there are several recognized styles of Flamenco dance
Please note: This tour is not available to wheelchair guests. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. The ride to the Flamenco show is approximately 25 minutes each direction. Comfortable walking shoes are suggested.
Begin at Muelle Uno, and pedal your way to Hans Christian Anderson Statue and Avenida de Cervantes, before arriving at the Alcazaba and the Roman Amphitheater where you will stop for photos.
Next, it's on to the Plaza de la Merced, for an exterior visit of the location of the house where Pablo Picasso was born. The house is now a museum. Then pedal your way to Santiago Church and the impressive Cathedral.
Your tour winds up with a ride past the park and along the beach until you find yourself back at Muelle Uno.
Note: Guests must be able to cycle approximately 3.5 miles over various surfaces (approximately 1.5-2 hours) on this tour. Guests should be comfortable using hand brakes and be confident on a bicycle. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns and those taking part should be in good physical condition. Participants should be aware that there are certain inherent risks involved with any cycling excursion. The minimum age to participate is 10 years old and a parent or adult guardian must accompany children under the age of 16. Weather appropriate loose clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. This tour will operate in all weather conditions so participants should take appropriate weather gear with them, carry a backpack for belongings, and take extra bottled water from the ship to stay hydrated during the ride. Itinerary and route are subject to change due to local traffic and weather conditions.
Departing from the pier you will travel along the east coastline of Málaga toward the scenic seaside enclave of Nerja. Once a sleepy fishing village, this delightful resort town with its powdery sand beaches and sparkling clear waters has become a popular tourist destination.
A short distance before arriving to Nerja is where the spectacular historical monument - The Nerja Caves is located. These fabulous natural archaeological caves contain wall paintings that date from the Paleolithic and post-Paleolithic periods, while skeletal remains and artifacts show that they were inhabited from about 25,000 BC up until the Bronze Age. You will also find impressive stalagmites and stalactites, including the exceptional 105-foot high central column in the Cataclysm Chamber. Your tour continues into the Hall of the Tusk before taking some additional stairs which lead to an impressive vantage point above the highest part of the Hall of the Cascade. These fantastic caves also serve as a natural theatre, where several concerts and ballets are staged during the summer.
Following your visit at the caves, you'll re-join your coach and travel on to Nerja's old town quarter. This charming village remains virtually unchanged, with narrow, winding streets and whitewashed houses that feature wrought iron terraces overflowing with geraniums. A truly colorful and picturesque sight awaits you around each corner in this quaint setting. Your guided walking tour will take you through the heart of the village and then you will have free time to further explore on your own or perhaps shop for local handicrafts.
Discover the charms of Granada, the architecturally stunning capital of the Andalusia region, by exploring a magnificent palace, the Royal Chapel and the city’s oldest quarter.
After departing from the pier, you will settle in for scenic drive inland to Granada, a city likely named for the Spanish word for pomegranate, a fruit so abundant it is depicted on Granada’s coat of arms. Or Granada may have derived from its Moorish name, as the city was the Moors’ last stronghold before falling to Spain’s Catholic monarchs in 1492.
Granada features a wealth of extraordinary architecture such as your first stop, the Carlos V Palace within the Alhambra complex. Construction on the palace began in the early 16th century, following a Renaissance ground plan with a circular courtyard within a square building—the only one of its kind in Spain. Amazingly, a monarch has never lived in the palace, nor did it even have a roof until 1957.
Walking a bit farther, you will soon arrive in the labyrinthine streets of the Albayzin quarter, the city’s oldest section. UNESCO has deemed it a World Heritage site for its harmonious blend of Moorish and Andalusian architecture.
Nearby, you will find the glorious Royal Chapel, the final resting place of Spanish monarchs such as Queen Isabella and Kind Ferdinand. Be sure to see the chapel’s mausoleum, spectacular altarpieces and ornate grilles before enjoying free time and perhaps lunch on your own in the surrounding historical area. Afterwards, you will drive back to Malaga.
Please note: Due to traffic conditions, the tour duration may vary from 8-9 hours. This tour includes approximately 2½ hours of walking, some of it over cobblestone surfaces plus any additional walking at the guests' discretion during free time. The sights on this tour are not wheelchair accessible and therefore, it is not available to wheelchair guests and those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Comfortable, flat walking shoes are recommended.
Depart from the Port of Málaga and travel by coach to the exclusive and chic resort area of the Costa del Sol in Marbella, which is located 40-miles to the southwest. Your tour will include a visit to the town of Marbella and Puerto Banús. Walk in the old town of Marbella, which is filled with whitewashed houses and handicraft stores. You will also see the area of the main square and the town hall, still retaining the character and charm of old Spain. In contrast the "new Marbella," is an area planned and radiating out from a center of gardens and fountains.
Built in 1968 by José Banús, Puerto Banús is now a fashionable spot for the jet-set who visit Marbella and choose the port area for a drink or dinner at night. During free time, you may want to enjoy a glass of sangria at one of the luxurious restaurants of Puerto Banús, simply admire the many beautiful yachts in the marina, or watch the parade of high fashion along the promenade before you reboard the coach for the return drive to the Malaga pier.
Please note: Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes for this tour which involves moderate walking in Marbella and Puerto Banús, with a few steep steps to climb in old town Marbella. This tour is not available to wheelchair guests. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Sangria drink is not included in the tour.
This tour begins with a short transfer and orientation tour from the port to the cith center. Upon arrival in the city, your guided walking tour will start outside the Cathedral and then head to Plaza de la Merced in the very historic center of the city, near monuments such as the Alcazaba, (the Arabic Castle) and the Roman Theatre. At Plaza de la Merced you will make your way to the house where Picasso was born, which now belongs to the Picasso Foundation.
In August 1997, the whole building went through extensive renovations, and the Foundation then took possession of it. The Picasso Natal House was built in 1861 by the architect Diego Clavero, and was completed by Rafael Moreno and Gerónimo Cuervo, on unused ground left after splitting up the convent of Santa María de la Paz. The house was rented by José Ruiz Blasco, father of the artist, from 1880 to 1884. In 1891, Picasso's father took a job as a drawing professor in La Coruña, and consequently, the family moved to that city.
After the visit to the house, proceed to the museum, just a 5-minute walk. The museum is located in the Palacio de Buenavista, an historical building characteristic of 16th-century Andalusian architecture where Renaissance and Mudejar-elements are mixed.
The collection inside the museum reunites paintings, sculptures, drawings, ceramic, and graphic works from periods dating from 1890 to 1973. In the museum there are works from all Picasso periods. At the end of the tour, you will enjoy some free time before transferring back to the pier.
Please note: Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable walking shoes for this walking tour which involves approximately 2 hours of easy, but extensive walking.
From the pier, it's a two hours coach ride to Cordoba, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Upon arrival, you'll begin a panoramic drive of the city, including views of the Roman Bridge, the Royal Palaces and the Calahorra Tower. Soon, you will arrive at the mosque, a well-preserved monument from the 8th century. During the visit, your guide will provide historical details and insight into the monument.
Next, proceed to the Jewish Quarter, where you will visit the former synagogue, which was built in 1350. While it no longer functions as a place of worship, the synagogue remains an historical monument and a treasured symbol of the region's Jewish communities. It is the only synagogue in Andalusia to survive the expulsion and inquisition of the Jews in 1492, and one of only three ancient synagogues left in all of Spain.
Following your synagogue visit, you will have free time for further exploration or lunch on your own before drive back to the pier in Malaga.
Please note: This tour includes approximately 2 hours of moderate walking, plus any additional walking at the guests' discretion during free time. Thier will be some steps and uneven surfaces to negotiate. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns who are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing; sun cap; sunglass; sunscreen; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. The tour sequence may vary. Headsets will be used during the visit inside the Mosque only. Synagogue is closed on Mondays.
Behold the beauty of hilltop Ronda, a town divided by a steep-walled gorge and home to Spain’s oldest stone bullring, an 18th-century architectural treasure.
After departing from the pier, you will settle in for a meandering drive inland, all the while ascending into the Sierra de las Nieves mountain range. In time, you will reach Ronda, a hilltop village perched at the edge of plunging Tajo Gorge.
The Guadalevín River flows through the gorge dividing the town into two sections connected by three historical bridges. There is the Roman Bridge, the Arab Bridge and the New Bridge, which dates to the late 18th century.
Still, the most famous landmark in Ronda is the Plaza del Toros, the oldest stone bullring in Spain. Built in the neoclassical style, the two-level bullring holds 5,000 spectators with all of its seating under cover. As you will see walking through the Arab-influenced streets of Ronda, it is an extraordinary venue for bullfighting.
Nearby, you will be treated to a magnificent view of Tajo Gorge, Alameda Gardens and the mountains beyond. Few settings are so picturesque, and Ronda offers an abundance of viewpoints to take in the grandeur. Other highlights include a modernist palace at the edge of the gorge and Santa María la Mayor, the largest church in town.
Following the walking tour, you will have time to explore on your own, at your own pace. You might stop at a tapas bar or browse the shops before returning to the pier.
Please Note: This tour includes approximately 2½ hours of walking at times on uneven ground and some steps, plus any additional walking at the guests' discretion during free time. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns who are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Comfortable, flat walking shoes, light clothing and a hat are recommended. This tour does not include an internal visit at Santa Maria la Mayor church.
Boarding your coach at the pier, you embark on an unforgettable day spend exploring Alhambra. Before leaving the city of Málaga, your guides will introduce you to the history of the city and its architecture. The 80-mile journey by coach to Granada, takes you past Villanueva del Rosario and then to La Bobadilla, Salar, and Santa Fe. You will go to the Alhambra complex to meet your special Alhambra guide. The Alhambra is the most important structure in the city. Your visit to the Alhambra and gardens will take the entire morning.
The city of Granada was named Iliberri by the Romans and was the capital of Spain under the Muslims during the 11th century. Granada reached its pinnacle during the 15th century when the Christians re-conquered it. The Catholic King and Queen, Isabel and Fernando, made it their favorite court. A later king, Carlos V, constructed the beautiful palace and founded the University of Granada.
No visit to Granada is complete without touring the Alhambra, The Red One. It is an Arab citadel erected over a hill, called Assabica, and covered by a forest and gardens. Witness the artistry of the Muslim architects who reached the peak of their skills building the many patios and interior rooms. The complex houses the National Museum of Hispanic-Muslim Art and the Alcazaba, the oldest part of the Alhambra. It was first a fortress built during the 9th century by the founder of the Nazarene dynasty. Gothic elements were added later, as were many palaces and patios including the Palacio de Comares, Patio de los Leones, and the Patio de Los Arrayanes. Adjacent to the Alhambra is the Jeneralife Gardens, a former summer residence featuring the lovely Moorish Patio de La Acequia and Patio del Cipres or de La Sultana, which mixes Moorish and Renaissance features. Laid out in the Italian style there are also terraced gardens where you will see the famous Water Steps. The Jeneralife Gardens also display a wonderful array of cypress hedges and many fountains.
Following your time at the Alhambra, you will make your way to a local restaurant where you will be treated to an enjoyable lunch. Afterwards, you will transfer back to the pier in Malaga.
Please note: Due to traffic conditions, the tour duration may vary from 8- to 9-hours. This tour involves difficult and extensive walking in the Alhambra and Generalife, with some steps to climb. The drive time to and from Granada is approximately 2 hours in each direction, during which time the coaches will make a restroom stop. This tour is not available to wheelchair guests. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Caps and comfortable walking shoes are suggested.
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Free Unlimited Shore Excursions are for full fare guests only, capacity controlled and subject to availability. Requested excursions may not be available at time of booking. Supplement will apply on Regent Choice excursions (indicated by the above) and excludes Private Arrangements and all Adventures Ashore programs. Concierge benefits do not apply to Executive Collection private cars or other private arrangements. In order to ensure quality guides and sufficient transportation, we must provide the tour operator with passenger counts at least 36 hours in advance. Therefore no refunds will be given within 36 hours of tour departure for cancellations or no-shows. Please pay special attention to scheduling and tour lengths when booking your shore excursions. In many cases, it is not possible to participate in more than one tour per day in a given port. Tour Departure times are subject to change so please reference your actual tour ticket for the correct departure time. Tours operate rain or shine. Minor children 17 years and under must be accompanied by a an adult 18 years or older on all shore excursions. Tours require minimum participation levels to operate so please sign up as early as possible. Tours may be cancelled if minimum participation levels are not met. Prices, Itineraries and General Information shore excursion prices are subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases or currency fluctuations. Please consult the Destination Services Desk onboard for information. During local or national holidays, access to certain facilities (such as museums or archaeological sites) may be limited or denied. In such instances, adjustments will be made to minimize inconvenience to guests. Some tours have limited availability. Tours are generally available for reserving 180 days prior to the beginning of a cruise. Please sign up early to avoid disappointment. Regent Seven Seas Cruises reserves the right to require guests to complete a liability waiver for select shore excursions. For more information, please visit the Destination Services Desk onboard.