|Day 1||Fly To Cagliari – Sardinia (Deluxe Hotel Stay) This picturesque island, with it's sea-sculpted coastline, soft beaches and sparkling bays, has a fascinating history. You can explore mysterious stone fortresses all over the island, and ancient ruins and medieval towns reflect years of occupation and domainantion from the Romans, Carthaginians and Arabs, to name but a few.|
|Day 2||Cagliari – Sardinia (Deluxe Hotel Stay)|
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|Day 4||Embark MSC Divina In Cagliari – Sardinia|
|Day 5||Palma De Mallorca – Spain Most of the main sights are within the old city walls, including the impressive Cathedral of La Seu, which along with the old Moorish baths are well worth a visit.|
|Day 6||Valencia – Spain The winding streets of Valencia have an array of buildings which date back to Roman and Moorish periods. Most of Valencia's attractions centre round the Plaza Del Ayuntamiento and the Gothic Basilica of the Virgin is not to be missed.|
|Day 7||Marseille (Provence) France's 2nd largest city has a rich history, dating back to the Greek's in 6 BC. Le Vieux Port is the place to be, a gorgeous harbour lined with shops and cafes, the perfect spot to sample a bowl of Marseille's signature dish, bouillabaisse, fresh from the harbour.|
|Day 8||Genoa (Portofino) Genoa has many different faces; a modern metropolis and a severe custodian of artistic heritage, an industrious marketplace that also has century-old parks to relax in. Genoa hides her riches in an historical centre that looks traditionally seaward yet at the same time exhibits a new beauty achieved by restoring the splendour of ages past. Youthfulness springs from the new urban fabric that has restored works of arts and architecture.|
|Day 9||Rome (Civitavecchia) – Italy Every visitor to Rome knows there is no shortage of amazing sights to see. The Vatican's Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum with its lurid history and, of course, the Trevi Fountain where a tossed coin promises your return to the Eternal City. So get your cultural fill but be sure to leave time for more hedonistic concerns: eat till you can eat no more and get drunk on architecture and sunshine.|
|Day 10||Palermo – Italy Founded by the Ancient Greeks and eventually becoming captial of the Holy Roman Empire in the 13th Century, you will either love or hate Palemro. There is some good shopping to be found on Via Liberta, Sicily's own Rodeo Drive.|
|Day 11||Cagliari – Sardinia. Fly To UK.|
*Price Based On 5 Oct 2019 Departure.
Prices correct at the time of broadcast.
The sheer scope of the ship can take the breath away. She is more reminiscent of a floating city: spread over 14 passenger decks, and catering for more than 3,500 guests, it can be easy to forget that she is, ultimately, a ship. Her size is reflected by her onboard amenities: guests will find five restaurants waiting for them, alongside two self-service buffets, and 21 bars. Entertainment is an equally important part of life on the ship, as she houses four swimming pools, dedicated children's areas, and even a F1 simulator. Younger passengers and families will no doubt find themselves right at home aboard.
Balcony with sliding doors.
Double bed that can be converted to two single beds (on request), except cabins for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility.
Air conditioning, bathroom with shower, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.
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