Oceania cruises range from seven to 180 days, and you can choose from hundreds of itineraries in places as diverse as the Mediterranean, Alaska, South America, Asia and the South Pacific. Uniquely, Oceania also offers aptly named “grand voyages,” which are essentially itineraries that combine multiple regional cruises together into one incredible, super trip.
Among the most memorable of these uber-journeys is a jaunt from New York to Barcelona over the course of 28 days, starting at $5,799 per guest.
You won’t just be traipsing across the Atlantic on this action-packed trip — you’ll get to visit ports in Canada, Ireland, France, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Morocco and Spain.
The ship spends several days docked at the port of Bordeaux, France, so you can immerse yourself in the region and soak up as much history (and wine, let’s be honest) as possible. One Bordeaux excursion takes you on a tour of the city and its surrounding vineyards, including a stop at a prestigious wine estate for a lesson in wine-making.