2022 2023

Roses and the Dali Theater Museum

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Roses and the Dali Theater Museum

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Roses has been known throughout the ages for the calm waters in its natural port. The Greek Quarter, Roman town, and 11th-century monastery are all found within the historic citadel walls. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and Archduke of Austria, ordered the construction of the fortifications we see now in 1543 to protect it from pirate and French attacks. The monumental, Renaissance-style entryway built at the time is known as the Sea Gate. Following partial demolition of the site, the Spanish government declared it a national monument in 1961. We’ll then head to the Dali Theater-Museum, the world’s largest Surrealist object. Why is it called a theater museum? Because it was built on the ruins of a municipal theater and Salvador Dali designed and decorated it himself. Who else would have the audacity to put giant eggs on the facade? The collections inside include his paintings, drawings, sculptures, engravings, installations, holograms, stereoscopes, and photos. Get a real feel for the man and his unique art during this excursion. You might never look at the world the same again.


  • The order of the visits can change.
  • Times are approximate.


This shore excursion is available for one or several cruises

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Malaga to Barcelona Following the footsteps of three wondrous Spanish artists : Gaudi, Dali, and Picasso (port-to-port package)

Next departures: 04/22/2023


We’ll discover Spain through the grand, imaginative works of these three geniuses on a voyage from sunny Malaga to Barcelona—Catalonia's bustling capital—.

Special Offer 8 Days FROM $ 2,343 PP $ 4686
Departure 04/22/2023
Arrival 04/29/2023
FROM $ 2,343 PP
$ 4,686
Special Offer
Ship : MV La Belle des Océans Ship category : PREMIUM

* Price based on double occupancy

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