Los Angeles or L.A. for short is in the US state of California and is America's centre for blockbuster film making and TV shows. Make your way to the famous Hollywood sign whilst here and then choose from a number of tours taking in one of the worlds leading film studios such as Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios and Warner Brothers.
Some other highlights include tours of the City of Los Angeles and the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena.
Embark aboard the Norwegian Star for your first 14 night cruise, in a Interior Stateroom sailing from Los Angeles and visiting Cabo San Lucas • Acapulco • San Juan Del Sur • Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera) • Transit Panama Canal • Cartagena • George Town and finishing in Miami.
Your second 14 night cruise then commences from Miami and sail the Atlantic ocean visiting Ponta Delgada • Lisbon • Cadiz (Seville) • Malaga (Granada) • Alicante and disembarking in Barcelona (Please note that you may have to change staterooms for the second cruise)
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With 11 distinctly different bars and lounges, including the new Mojito Sugarcane Bar, the 5 O'clock Somewhere Bar and O'Sheehan's irish bar and Grill, you will never be stuck for somewhere to relax or party the night away on your cruise. There is even a Sake Bar and a German Bier Garten to experience! The Star Club Casino will give you the chance to try your luck, or alternatively if you want a late night, head for the Spinnaker Lounge and Dance Floor
Barcelona is the biggest city of the Catalonia region located in the north east of Spain. Barcelona is also the second most populous city of Spain with a population on 1.6 million!
Whilst here sightseeing is a must with highlights including the La Sagrada Familia which after 130 years is still under construction, this medievil cathedral is a must see highlight. Las Ramblas is the place to go to seek out the local traditional food, wines, beers and entertainment as it is the central street and cuts straight through the city centre. Las Rambles is approximatley 1.5km long so it is an easy stroll on a warm Mediterranean day.
For any sports fans on this trip a visit to the Camp Nou obviously can't be missed, the Camp Nou which is one of the most recognised sporting venues in the world is the home of FC Barcelona and can seat 99,354 people making it the largest stadium not only in Spain but in Europe.