Iberian Treasures

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  • Iberian Treasures
  • 4th June 2018
  • 7 Nights
  • All-Inclusive
  • Fly From U.K
  • No booking fees.

Cabin Price

  • Inside Cabins from £755
  • Outside Cabins from SOLD
  • Balcony Cabins from £995

At A Glance

  • Return flights from UK
  • All Inclusive Cruise

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Overview

General

In summer 2017, TUI Discovery 2 will join the Thomson Cruises fleet. TUI Discovery 2 is the sister ship to TUI Discovery – and this is why their names are so similar.

The facilities  include an outdoor cinema, a rock climbing wall, a mini golf course, an indoor pool and a glossy atrium. Not to mention the range of bars, excellent dining scene and night-time shows enhanced by up-to-the-minute technology.

Just like TUI Discovery, TUI Discovery 2 will be All Inclusive as standard. So, drinks, including Prosecco and cider, meals in a selection of restaurants and most on board activities are included in the cruise price.

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Itinerary

4th June 2018 – 7 nights

Cruise: Thomson Celebration–7 nights

Cruise Itinerary:

Day 1 - Fly UK/Malaga - Embark TUI Discovery.

Day 2 - Day at Sea.

Day 3 - Porto, Portugal.

Day 4 - Vigo, Spain.

Day 5 - Lisbon, Portugal.

Day 6 - Cadiz, Spain.

Day 7 - Gibraltar.

Day 8 - Malaga - Fly back to UK.

Inside Cabins from £755

Outside Cabins from SOLD

Balcony Cabins from £995

Cabins
  • TUI Discovery 2 Balcony Cabin

    Balcony Cabins are on deck 6, and feature a set of twin beds that can convert to a queen-size double bed. You can also expect a sitting area, an en suite with a WC and a shower, and a balcony. These cabins sleep 2, and are between 13 and 14 m².

  • TUI Discovery 2 Outside Cabin

    These Outside cabins can be found on decks 2 and 3, and have a picture window or porthole. They feature twin beds that convert to a queen-size double bed, a sitting area with a sofa, and an en suite with a WC and a shower. These sleep 2 to 4 people and measure 14 m². Our 3 and 4-berth cabins have upper berths that fold down for extra sleeping space.

  • TUI Discovery 2 Inside Cabin

    These cabins can be found on decks 2 and 3, and sleep up to 4 people. You’ll get twin beds that convert to a queen-size double bed and an en suite with a WC and a shower. Deck 2/3 Inside Cabins cover 12 m². Our 3 and 4-berth cabins have upper berths that fold down for extra sleeping space.

Facilities

Facilities

With so many entertainment options, no night on board is the same as the last. The Broadway Show Lounge delivers on West-End style numbers. Then there’s Venue, which plays host to family-friendly game shows and performances from virtual bands.

Movies by Moonlight takes over out on deck, while live musicians showcase the acoustics in the Atrium Bar. As the night draws to a close, head to the Live Room for a session on the dance floor.

The stylish casino is open until late, and features blackjack tables, and fruit machines. If you’re a beginner, ask the croupiers about getting some lessons in. You’ve also got the entertainment – and the bar – in the Live Room to accompany you while you’re having a flutter.

Chilled-out days on board are spent getting pampered at the spa or lounging by one of the two pools – both come with built-in hot tubs, too. For something more active, you can aim for a hole in one on the mini golf course, take a walk or run on jogging track or reach for the sky on the rock climbing wall.

Oceans Spa, Gym and Beauty Salon - If you fancy getting glammed up for the weekly cocktail night, pop in to the salon for a manicure or hair up-do. Alternatively, spoil yourself in the spa – it’s got a string of treatment cabins where you can indulge in a full body massage or a rejuvenating facial. Enjoy a workout in the fleet’s largest gym, before working up an even bigger sweat in the sauna.

Broad Way Shops – The on board boutiques are open when the ship is at sea, and stock a great range of duty-free products.

Kid’s Club - This colourful children’s den is free, and it gives 3 to 11-year-olds the chance to meet new friends. Little ones can look forward to arts and crafts, games, movie nights, and trips up to the bridge to say hello to the captain.

Dining & Bars

Bars

Deck Bar

This sociable spot ticks the box for cold drinks in between dips.

Atrium Bar

Grab a seat – and a glass of bubbles – at this classy bar, and you’ll have a great view of the entertainment in the atrium.

Bar Eleven

A position on the highest point on deck 11 – where the bar gets its name from – means that drinks in this lounge come with the ship’s best sea views. It’s a contemporary cocktail bar by evening, transforming into a late-night disco as the hours pass.

Live Room

TUI Discovery 2’s flagship watering hole is our most spacious and modern yet, and houses our biggest selection of on-tap beers. Expect the atmosphere to build pace as the hours draw in – evenings might start with the sounds of our signature yellow piano, and end with the sounds of dancefloor classics.

Dining

There’ll be seven restaurants to choose from. There’s full waiter service at the main restaurant, which serves up traditional dishes with a modern twist. Plus, there are eateries specialising in a particular cuisine – think succulent steak or pan-Asian fare.

47 - TUI Discovery 2’s main eatery is a big, stylish venue, finished in the colours of the sand and the sea. Daytime meals here come with a side-order of sea views, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, and a grand double staircase leads up to a separate eatery.

Sushi Bar - Spicy tuna rolls, salmon sashimi and seabass nigiri are all on the menu at this sushi bar, which is tucked inside Kora La. Plus, you can wash it down with beers from all over Asia – think Tiger, Cobra and Singha. There’s a charge to dine here, and you’ll need to book, too.

The Glass House - This place has a split personality, but for all the right reasons. By day, it deals in deli-style light bites and freshly-squeezed juices. Come sundown, the venue turns into casual restaurant with a tapas-style menu. Plus, you can cook your own steaks on hot stones, for an extra charge.

Islands - Big buffet spreads are laid out in this restaurant, with show-cooking stations on-hand to offer things like breakfast omelettes, and carvery roasts in the evening. You can grab snacks in between meals, too.

Surf & Turf Steakhouse - As its name suggests, this à la carte eatery specialises in the likes of marbled steaks and meaty lobster tails. You’ve also got other meat and fish options, as well as plenty to satisfy a vegetarian palate. You’ll pay a cover charge to eat dinner here.