Silversea Unveils Culinary Shore Trips

Silversea Cruises is rolling out new optional shore excursions that range from $105 to $425 per person and focus on the culture and culinary traditions of the Mediterranean and northern Europe. Guests might learn how to cook the Italian way at the Sorrento Cooking School within the Giardino delle Esperidi resort in Sant' Angelo. From Valencia, Spain, Silversea guests might choose an exclusive visit to a 17th-century royal palace, now the home of the Valencia Cooking School, where they can learn to make Spanish paella. From Bergen, Norway, Silversea will take guests on a scenic cruise through the Bergen archipelago and the Norwegian fjords to the tiny island of Bjorøy, home to the Cornelius Restaurant, a dining establishment that can only be reached by boat. For more information, visit [www.silversea.com].

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