CRUISING THE MEDITERRANEAN

CRUISING THE MEDITERRANEAN

Eur 1390 per person

From 10th July to 17th July 2019 (7 nights) Cruising the Mediterranean with MSC Cruises means coming within reach of the best in culture, tradition and monuments that have for centuries enriched its shores. This cruise offers the opportunity to visit and learn about countries…

From 10th July to 17th July 2019 (7 nights)

Cruising the Mediterranean with MSC Cruises means coming within reach of the best in culture, tradition and monuments that have for centuries enriched its shores.

This cruise offers the opportunity to visit and learn about countries and peoples facing this sea and their millenary history.

Travelling on an MSC Cruise will give you the opportunity to get a closer look at the historic ports of Italy,  to appreciate the picturesque and refined French towns, to immerse yourself into Spanish culture.

 

 

Wednesday, July 10th – Milan Rome

In the morning, high speed train from Milan to Rome (premium class, reserved seats) . Transfer to Civitavecchia Harbour by private coach.

Embarkation on the MSC SEAVIEW for the Cruise through Italy, France, Spain,

With excellent service provided by the dedicated staff, MSC deliver a truly authentic Mediterranean welcome. The friendly, warm and helpful approach means that they are masters in the art of looking after their guests and are on hand to fulfil every wish and request.  

RRFMultilingual, qualified personnel can tailor every aspect of your voyage just as you please to enjoy the holiday you deserve.

(Information regarding daily programme and excursions provided in cabin)

Day 1 – Wednesday, 10 Jul 2019 – Civitavecchia, Italy – h 18:00

Day 2 – Thursday, 11 Jul 2019 – Cannes, France – h 09:00  18:00

Day 3 – Friday, 12 Jul 2019 – Palma de Mallorca, Spain – h 14:00 23:00

Day 4 – Saturday, 13 Jul 2019 – Barcelona, Spain – h 08:00 18:00

Day 5 – Sunday, 14 Jul 2019 – Ajaccio, France – h 12:00 19:00

Day 6 – Monday, 15 Jul 2019 – Genoa, Italy – h 07:00 18:00

Day 7 – Tuesday, 16 Jul 2019 – La Spezia, Italy – h 07:00 18:00

Day 8 – Wednesday, 17 Jul 2019 – Civitavecchia, Italy – h 07:00 

 

Rate per person (min. 40 people)

  • Fantastica Ocean View Cabin                 EUR 1.390
  • Fantastica Balcony                                     EUR 1.510
  • Fantastica Suite                                           EUR 1.820

Single occupancy upon request

 

ABOVE  RATES INCLUDE:

  • Accommodation in the requested cabin
  • Train ticket from Milan to Rome (Premium class – reserved seat)
  • Trip from Rome to Civitavecchia harbour by private motorcoach
  • Trip from Civitavecchia harbour to Rome Fiumicino Airport and Rome train Station
  • Complimentary breakfast in cabin
  • Full Board
  • Drinks during meals (wine ,beer, water, sodas)
  • Embarkation tax
  • Luggage service on embarkation and disembarkation
  • Tips

THE RATE DOESN’T INCLUDE:

  • Excursions
  • Personal expences
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in “the price includes” section

OPTIONAL INSURANCE (valid only for EU Shengen Citizens)

Medical Assistance and espenses up to € 30.000: € 60,00 per person

Cannes

cannes

From the modest fishermen village to the cultural world-famous seaside resort, Cannes has forged a singular history, made of passions and timely encounters as in the most beautiful love stories  from the Croisette.

The old path of the small cross has become the most famous promenade of the French Riviera, La Croisette with its palm trees, its palaces, its luxury boutiques and its sumptuous Art Deco buildings, the boulevard opens a turquoise way on the bay of Cannes and on its two beauty spots, the Lérins Islands. Eternity of a maritime decor and posterity of the major of the cinema. Actors and directors have frozen their footprints on the path of the Stars in front of the Palais des Festivals and on the Esplanade Pompidou.

Then a stroll in a typical Provencal atmosphere towards the Allées de la Liberté, with its daily flower market  and its flea market on weekends. Fragrances and colors always with the beautiful forest park of la Croix des Gardes and its 20km of marked trails.

Palma de Maillorca

Palma de Maillorca

Experience Palma de Mallorca, a city that invites you to discover its historic buildings and its magnificent beaches!

Any visit to the city should include a tour of its most important historical buildings and its artistic heritage. Historic Palma de Mallorca boasts patios, outstanding religious architecture and iconic buildings as well as museums and art galleries. Its artistic and cultural content deserves being well known and will surprise anyone who has traditionally thought of Palma de Mallorca just as a sun and sand destination.

The city stretches along both sides of the bay over five beaches and eight bathing areas, long stretches of sand with crystal clear waters where you can enjoy the sun or the sound of the waves.

Barcelona

Barcelona

Wherever you are in Barcelona, there’s always something to see nearby around the neighbourhood or district: jewels of home-grown Catalan architecture, modernisme, and contemporary architecture, markets that are a treat for the senses, treasures of the ancient Roman and medieval city, parks where you can unwind.

Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is a Mediterranean and cosmopolitan city with Roman remains, medieval quarters and the most beautiful examples of 20th century Modernism and avant-garde. It is no surprise that emblematic constructions by the Catalan architects  Gaudí and Doménech i Montaner have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Ajaccio

Ajaccio

Surrounded by a fantastic mountain range, Ajaccio is an elegant and sunny city, renowned for its long welcoming tradition. From the top of its citadel, it has preserved its bay which is one of the most beautiful in the world.  Strolling the lanes of the old town, you will discover its Napoleonic heritage, its prestigious museums, its daily market boasting so many flavours. Along the mysterious way to the Sanguinary islands you will find gorgeous beaches and wild creeks. You will be fascinated by this little archipelago, standing guard at the mouth of the bay, especially at sunset when it turns to a fantastic crimson colour. Last but not least, the Ajaccian art of living will confirm your impression that the sun also shines in the very heart of its inhabitants and will make your stay unforgettable.

 

Genoa

port of Genoa and Genoa Aquarium

Genoa is a large port city in the north-west of Italy. It’s the regional capital of Liguria, and lies in the centre of this long coastal region at the top of Italy’s ‘boot’. The town’s maritime importance goes back centuries; it was a powerful republic, and is still a major commercial port with some of the after-dark seediness associated with big ports. Visitors can admire modern, Renaissance and Baroque architecture, fancy palaces and a host of museums and galleries. There are hip art cafes, boat trips and a large aquarium.

Genoa is in a dramatic location, which goes a long way towards explaining its dominance of this part of the Mediterranean. Its curving waterfront is situated in the shelter of steep protective hills. Everywhere in Genoa you’ll encounter the name of the Doria family; they ruled the city, commanded its fleets and commissioned many of its palazzi. Another famous local name is that of Christopher Columbus (Cristoforo Colombo), the explorer, whose supposed ‘birthplace’ can be seen in the historic town centre.

La Spezia

la spezia

La Spezia owes most of its development to the 1860s, when the Naval Arsenal was built here. It is still a heavily naval town, and its mild climate have given it some appeal to holidaymakers. The town spreads across the inside of the Golfo dei Poeti, the Gulf of Poets.. The seafront is wide and provides lots of opportunities for gawping at boats of all sizes. A strip of park runs along the esplanade, making it a pleasant place for a stroll or a sit-down.

For the naval enthusiast, La Spezia’s nautical heritage will be a major attraction. Among the nautical-themed tourist sights, the best is proably the naval museum, the Museo Tecnico Navale (the museum claims to be one of the best of its kind in the world).


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