Need to escape for a few weeks? Then look no further because you could be spending 14 nights crossing the Mediterranean.
And were not just talking about Europe’s lesser known destinations – oh no, with this amazing itinerary you’ll get to see some of the Mediterranean’s most famed hotspots like Barcelona, Rome, Florence and Gibraltar!
Cruising onboard Emerald Princess, Princess cruises’ largest ship, every day will offer something new and exciting. Go centre court with a game of tennis, take a refreshing dip in Neptune’s Reef and Pool or watch a movie under the stars with the ship’s very own outdoor cinema.
Then to top it all off, when it comes to evening entertainment Princess Cruises has really pushed the boat out. Bringing a sprinkle of magic to the high seas, Princess Cruises have teamed up with three-time Oscar winner and the composer of Wicked, Stephen Schwartz. That’s right – this exclusive production of Magic to Do will be included in your Princess Cruises’ fare.
Wondering what else is paid for? Let’s clear things up for you. All your meals are covered including Anytime Dining, Traditional Dining and 24-hour room service. However, you’ll be charged extra for any drinks, apart from iced tea, lemonade, water, tea and non- specialty coffee.
Day 1 – Southampton, England, depart 4.00pm
Day 2 – At sea
Day 3 – At sea
Day 4 – At sea
Day 5 – Barcelona, Spain, arrive 9.00am, depart 6.00pm
Day 6 – Corsica, Ajaccio, France, arrive 12.00pm, depart 7.00pm
Day 7 – Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy, arrive 7.00am, depart 7.00pm
Day 8 – Livorno, Florence/Pisa, Italy, arrive 7.00am, depart 7.00pm
Day 9 – Genoa, Italy, arrive 7.00am, depart 5.00pm
Day 10 – Provence, Marseille, France, arrive 8.00am, depart 5.00pm
Day 11 – At sea
Day 12 – Gibraltar, Great Britain, arrive 9.00am, depart 4.00pm
Day 13 – At sea
Day 14 – At sea
Day 15 – Southampton, England, arrive 7.00am
- 14 nights onboard Emerald Princess, in an interior stateroom
- Full Board – All meals and onboard entertainment
- 24-hour room service
With Italian cities like Rome and Venice stealing the spotlight, Florence doesn’t always get the credit it deserves. As the birthplace of the Renaissance and home to an array of masterpieces by Michelangelo, Botticelli and Da Vinci, this beautiful city is worthy of a visit. With multiple museums, tons of shopping spots, a great restaurant scene and heaps of tourist attractions, you’ll probably only scratch the service of everything Florence has to offer.
You’ll know you’ve made it to Gibraltar as soon as you see the Rock. Sitting isolated in the Mediterranean Sea and soaring over the surrounding countryside, this impressive piece of limestone has become one of Gibraltar’s most distinctive features. The Barbary Apes seem to steal the show for most – these fascinating creatures sit close to the Rock and offer the perfect photo opportunity.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||20 August 2016|
|Cabin Type:||Interior Stateroom|
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