Oct 18, 2024 - Oct 26, 2024
Trip Type
By Sea By Land

Group Size: Sea Cloud II can accommodate up to 80 guests for this program
Price: Starting from $6,999 per person double occupancy / $8,399 single occupancy
Co-sponsored with: National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Activity Level
More information coming soon.

Trip Overview

On this Balearic Sea adventure that combines a land program and an elegant cruise, experience the gems of Catalonia, starting with Girona, Northern Catalonia’s largest city. Over three nights with accommodations at an elegant hotel, discover Girona’s museums, galleries, and fine Romanesque and Gothic buildings, and visit the Museu d’Història dels Jueus, which highlights the contributions of Girona’s once-flourishing Jewish community. Continue to Figueres, birthplace of Salvador Dalí and now home to his flamboyant theater-museum. Then, visit Cadaqués, where Dalí’s otherworldly seaside home stands. In Barcelona, explore its kaleidoscope of remarkable architecture, and admire modernist works by Picasso, Miró, and Gaudí. Embark Sea Cloud II and head for the Balearic island of Mallorca. In its capital, Palma de Mallorca, tour La Seu, a spectacular sandstone cathedral that took 600 years to build. On the Catalan coast, visit Valencia, where architectural styles abound, including architect Santiago Calatrava’s modern masterpieces. Conclude amid the Roman ruins of Tarragona, formerly Tarraco, the Iberian Peninsula’s oldest Roman settlement, before returning to Barcelona for disembarkation.

Schedule by Day



Per person double occupancy:

  • Cabins 204-206: $ 6,999
  • Cabins 207-210: $8,999
  • Cabins 211-217; 224-231: $10,999
  • Cabins 218-223: $11,999
  • Cabins 301-302: $12,499
  • Cabins 303-319: $14,999
  • Cabins 401 & 402: $16,999

Single occupancy:

  • Cabins 204-206: $8,399
  • Cabins 207-210: $13,499
  • Cabins 211-217; 224-231: $16,499


  • Three nights at Hotel Palau de Bellavista Girona by URH
  • Four nights aboard Sea Cloud II 



What to Expect

Activity Level 3

More information coming soon.

Study Leader(s)

James F. Rothenberg Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, Professor of Comparative Literature; Former Dean of Arts and Humanities

Mode of Travel

The sailing yacht Sea Cloud II is a three-masted barque steeped in the elegance of yesteryear and complemented with the most modern amenities.

For More Information

Please email or call our office at 800-422-1636 or 617-496-0806.