Culture and cruising go hand in hand

Regent Seven Seas is partnering with Sotheby’s for five episodes of Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Show.

The new packages will feature such locations as the Grand Palais, Paris, showcasing over 200 artworks by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: London’s Barbican Centre unveiling a dynamic exhibition that examines the influence of cafes, clubs and cabarets on artists.: Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum, uncovering the revolutionary oeuvres of Caravaggio and Bernini, the first museum show of its kind in Austria, and, in USA, the San Francisco Museum of Art explores the role of artists in politics.

Regent Seven Seas has cruises that allow passengers to visit such shows – and, with this company, nearly all land excursions are complimentary (naturally if you take a side trip by helicopter, there is a charge).

Onboard, by the way, you are also likely to be impressed by art in public places – all such pieces are personally chosen by Frank Del Rio, President and CEO of RSSC parent NCL.



Highly-experienced broadcaster Tim Marlow is currently artistic director of London’s Royal Academy of Arts: he moves across town next month to be CEO of the edgy Design Museum.

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