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Celestyal Majesty Review

3.5 / 5.0
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563 reviews
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Thomson “Spanish Delights” 8 day cruise aboard the Thomson Majesty.

Review for Celestyal Majesty to the Western Mediterranean
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n.cartwright
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Oct 2017
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Just returned from this cruise. We booked this, primarily for the itinerary, particularly as it included Cadiz and Gibraltar.

Cadiz is a beautiful city, full of promenades, parks and squares. The walk along the sea wall is very scenic and you can cut into the park, which has a manmade water feature as well as some interesting flora and fauna. The city also has a beautiful gold domed cathedral and a bustling shopping area for those who like that sort of thing.

Gibraltar is a strange mix of Britain and Spain. We went to see the siege tunnels, which are very well displayed, both regarding the way they were built and used. Also in the area of the serge tunnels are the World War II tunnels, the Moorish fortress, the military memorial, the siege exhibition and the lime kiln, all of which can be accessed by a blanket ticket costing €10. There were many other places of interest in Gibraltar which we didn’t have time to see during our relatively short stay in port.

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Cabin Inner

Fine. Only used for sleeping and changing. Cabin a bit small.

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