Fly UK to Rome and enjoy a 3 night stay in this fascinating city before boarding the well-reviewed MSC Fantasia for this great value 7 night Western Med cruise that takes in Italy, France and Spain which includes the MSC 'easy drinks' package and an upgrade to a balcony cabin!
|Day||Port of Call||Summary||Arrival Time||Departure Time|
|3||Civitavecchia||Civitavecchia's most notable attractions include the Archeological Museum and sandy beaches. If this is your port of call, you're most likely going to want to visit Rome, located approximately 46 miles away, a roughly 45 minute train journey.||19:00|
|4||Palermo||Famous for the Catacombs of the Capuchins, Palermo is also a great destination to embrace the Sicilian culture and relax on a white sandy beach.||10:00||18:00|
|5||Cagliari||Located on the south coast of the Sardinia, Cagliari is the capital of the island and home to the region’s main cruise port. Its mediterranean climate, with mild winters and hot, dry summers, attracts many visitors each year. The area not only has great beaches, it also has beautiful coastlines and a host of places to visit, whether you’re interested in the region’s rich history, or are simply looking to relax and enjoy yourself.||09:00||17:00|
|6||Palma de Mallorca||Palma is the cosmopolitan capital of Majorca, the most popular and largest of the Balearic Islands with its host of bars, restaurants and stylish shops, a palm-shaded seafront promenade and attractive Old Town. Past settlers have left their mark on this vibrant city, and it retains a wealth of attractions, including the Bellver Castle which has dominated the skyline since the 14th century, and also the cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece which took over 400 years to complete. Undoubtedly one of Palma’s best features is the main promenade, lined with plane trees and abloom with colourful flowers. If you want to seek a little solace from city life, the beautiful Parc de Mar is built on several levels and its focal points are a manmade lake and a colourful mural by Joan Miro, who also co-designed the park.||13:30||23:59|
|7||Valencia||For years Spain’s third largest city has been overshadowed by the tourist hotspots of Madrid, Barcelona and the nearby Costa Blanca beach resorts. Recently however, Valencia is beginning to stand out as one of the Mediterranean’s most sought after destinations, with its long, fascinating history, diverse culture and exciting nightlife.||08:00||16:00|
|8||Marseille||France's second largest city, yet lesser known compared to the glam of Paris and Nice, Marseille has a lot to offer. Its rich history and warm and sunny setting invite visitors to discover the region and its beautiful scenery.||12:00||20:00|
|9||Genoa||Genoa is a port city in the Northwest of Italy. Home to the Genoa Aquarium, famous for having the largest exposition of biodiversity in Europe, the city is also a great place to visit for anyone interested in architecture.||08:00||18:00|
|10||Civitavecchia||Civitavecchia's most notable attractions include the Archeological Museum and sandy beaches. If this is your port of call, you're most likely going to want to visit Rome, located approximately 46 miles away, a roughly 45 minute train journey.||07:00|
Itinerary may be subject to change.
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