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Set sail from Rome on your 12 night Mediterranean Serenade Cruise onboard ultra-luxury Crystal Serenity.

Sailing Dates
Departs: Tue, Jun 27 2017
Arrives: Sun, Jul 9 2017
Cruise code: V7316
Package Includes
  • Complimentary fine wines, champagne and premium spirits & open bar services in all lounges
  • All non alcoholic beverages such as bottled waters, soft drinks and fresh juices, teas and coffee served throughout the ship
  • Up to seven evening dining options with open seating
  • Complimentary gratuities for all dining staff 
  • 24 hour room service

 

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  • All Inclusive Cruising: Complimentary drinks (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic); Gratuities Included; 24 hour Room Service; Fine Dining and more

Set sail from Rome on your 12 night Mediterranean Serenade Cruise onboard ultra-luxury Crystal Serenity.

Sailing Dates
Departs: Tue, Jun 27 2017
Arrives: Sun, Jul 9 2017
Cruise code: V7316
Inclusions
  • Complimentary fine wines, champagne and premium spirits & open bar services in all lounges
  • All non alcoholic beverages such as bottled waters, soft drinks and fresh juices, teas and coffee served throughout the ship
  • Up to seven evening dining options with open seating
  • Complimentary gratuities for all dining staff 
  • 24 hour room service

 

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Bonus Offer!
  • All Inclusive Cruising: Complimentary drinks (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic); Gratuities Included; 24 hour Room Service; Fine Dining and more
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Day 1: Rome/Civitavecchia, Italy (Departure 12:00 PM the next day)
Civitavecchia was founded by Emperor Trajan in the 2nd century. Today this port is noted for its fine seafood and attractive monuments. Located 90 minutes away is the Eternal City of Rome. Steeped in 2,500 years of history, Rome was for many centuries the center of Western civilization. It was both the focal point of the Roman Empire and of Christendom. Landmarks such as the Colosseum, Forum, Pantheon, Vatican, Sistine Chapel and Spanish Steps are reminders of the legacy of its rich past.

Day 3: Bastia, Corsica, France (Arrival 08:00 AM - Departure 24:00 PM)
Closer to the Italian mainland than to the French, the isle of Corsica is a beguiling, sun-washed amalgam of all things Mediterranean. History, of course, is a primary component, with highlights that include the old citadel area with its grand Governor’s Palace and the old town and harbor with narrow streets and romantically worn buildings dating mostly from the 18th century. What visitors most note about Bastia is its charming authenticity. This is a city where real people conduct real lives, casually going about their daily business of work, family, shopping and eating. The town boasts Baroque churches and colorful marketplaces, not to mention a splendid shoreside location, and the people enjoying all Bastia has to offer are as likely to be locals as world travelers.

Day 4: Florence/Livorno, Italy (Arrival 07:00 AM - Departure 19:00 PM)
Goethe once observed that Tuscany "looks like Italy should [look]." Fortunately, little has changed in the two centuries since the German poet was himself a tourist in Tuscany. The Tyrrhenian port of Livorno was founded in the 15th century. It is the gateway to Italy's Tuscan region and to many spectacular sights; including the extraordinary Leaning Tower of Pisa, the charming medieval village of Lucca, the lovely hill town of San Gimignano and the timeless city of Florence. No place is as imbued with such grace, dignity, serenity and history as is Florence. This city's wealth of architectural and artistic treasures includes works by Raphael, da Vinci, Botticelli and Michelangelo. Truly Florence, cradle of the Italian Renaissance, is one of the world's most enticing cities.

Day 5: Santa Margherita, Italy (Arrival 08:00 AM - Departure 23:00 PM)
Captivatingly situated on the coast 22 miles southeast of Genoa, Santa Margherita can be characterized as the Goldilocks of the Italian Riviera: not too glitzy, not too busy, but just right. Its fishing-village roots have grown into a dynamic (but not too dynamic) resort town, infused with sunshine and the wealth of travelers who come with gleaming yachts and an enthusiasm for living the good life. Such a life is easily accessible for daytrippers. Explore this Riviera playground to discover its pretty collection of hotels and cafes and venerable buildings with faded trompe-l’oeil frescoes still adorning their walls. Not far off is Portofino, within reach of a day’s excursion, but stay closer in to visit the 16th-century castle and stroll Santa Margherita’s idyllic seaside promenade.

Day 7: St-Tropez, France (Arrival 08:00 AM - Departure the next day 17:00 PM)
St-Tropez has earned its glamorous reputation as a summer playground for celebrities, artists and writers. At the height of its popularity during the 1950s and 60s, one could easily find Pablo Picasso, Francoise Sagan, Jacques Prévet and the classic movie actress Brigitte Bardot vacationing here. Its famous beaches are still frequented by affluent guests who seek a lively night life and a piece of the "St-Trop" allure. Magnificent yachts line the port, as their owners rival to achieve titles for who has the biggest, the most luxurious or the best-kept vessel, or for which vessel has the most enthusiastic crew. You will certainly be enticed by the colorful sights and sounds of this "Gem of the Provençal Culture."

Day 9: Barcelona, Spain (Arrival 09:00 AM - Departure 24:00 PM)
Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, is a celebration of history and heir to Greek, Phoenician, Roman, Carthaginian, Gothic and Arab cultural legacies. Since it is nearly as close to Rome, Geneva and Munich as it is to Madrid, Barcelona has long been the Spanish link to Western Europe. It was the home of Picasso, Miró, Dali, Casals and Gaudí and has been described as a Mediterranean Manhattan, a cosmopolitan experimental center for political ideas and artistic movements. In addition to its abundance of artistic and architectural treasures, Barcelona serves as the gateway to one of the world's most impressive mountainside enclaves at Montserrat. Discover the secret legends of the Black Virgin and the alluring chants of monastic life high atop the Catalonian plains. Barcelona's ancient city walls and the narrow crooked streets of the town's old section are laid out for your discovery. You will find that Barcelona has something for everybody.

Day 10: Tarragona, Spain (Arrival 07:00 AM - Departure 23:00 PM)
In addition to its sunny, Mediterranean location overlooking the sea, Tarragona boasts an impressive history. Julius Caesar once lived here, and with the Romans came marvels of infrastructure and architecture. The remains of an ocean-facing Roman amphitheater, remnants of 40 miles of city walls and traces of a quarter-mile-long circus are all to be discovered here. Just outside of town is yet another awe-inspiring sight: the Pont de les Ferreres, a bridge that formed part of a Roman aqueduct. Thought to date from the days of Augustus, the bridge spans 817 feet and reaches a height of up to 85 feet, with a graceful, two-tiered-arch design that renders the bridge not only a feat of engineering but a work of art. Take time to experience the charming, narrow streets of Tarragona, exploring the medieval heart of the upper walled town, seeing the splendid cathedral and stopping at a café for tapas and warm Spanish hospitality.

Day 11: Ibiza, Spain (Arrival 09:00 AM - Departure the next day 18:00 PM)
Ibiza’s reputation as the birthplace of the rave and Christopher Columbus reveals its split personality. On the one hand, the island—located in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Valencia—is the “Undisputed Party Capital of the World,” where DJs spin their newest mixes and young clubbers revel at parties that rock until the wee hours. But this island and its city Ibiza Town also have deep roots in Mediterranean history, as acknowledged by UNESCO with its designation of large portions of the island and various cultural icons as World Heritage Sites. The local government has demonstrated an interest in making this idyllic destination (indeed, the island is movie-quality photogenic) quieter and more family friendly by passing laws to raise hotel standards and require night clubs to close earlier—by a still eye-reddening 6 am.

Day 13: Rome/Civitavecchia, Italy (Arrival 05:00 AM)

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Please note: All prices featured are per person USD (unless otherwise stated), and include non commission fares (taxes, fees and port expenses). Prices and availability are subject to change due to changes made by the Cruise Companies. Prices quoted are based on payments made via BPAY or bank transfer. Visa and Mastercard credit card payments incur a 1.2% transaction fee, 0.5% for debit cards and 2.8% for American Express.

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