Crystal Unveils More New Active Adventures

Passengers on Crystal Cruises might get behind the wheel of a Formula 1 race car in Monte Carlo, explore the Balkan Mountains on a four-by-four, off-road adventure or try 31 other enticing new options on the luxury line's 2006 Mediterranean cruises. From May through November 2006, Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity explore the eastern and western Mediterranean on 17 diverse itineraries. Guests have a choice of 275 active and cultured excursions ashore. Several new culinary options include a wine tasting with the Italian Association of Sommeliers in Rome, a visit to the Jean Leon Winery in Barcelona, and a journey from Cadiz into Andalusia to sample sherries. Guests might also learn to cook paella in Spain (from Barcelona) and discover the secrets of Tuscan cuisine (from Florence) from leading chefs on two new culinary tours. New cultural programs include an overnight adventure to Sienna in the heart of Tuscany and a new tour in Rome that explores the symbols and landmarks of Dan Brown's best selling book, Angels & Demons. For all the options, visit [www.crystalcruises.com].

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