|Day 1||Fly to Naples – Italy. Embark MSC Grandiosa|
|Day 2||Messina – Sicily This charming cliff-top town has everything – medieval walls, beautiful churches and an abundance of restaurants showcasing all the delicious local produce|
|Day 3||Valletta – Malta Tiny Malta, smack dab in the middle of the Mediterranean and on everyone's route since ships began to ply the seas, is packed with history from top to bottom. Over time it was ruled by a variety of empires, all of which contributed to the look and culture of the islands. Valetta is living museum of baroque architecture, constructed by the Knights of St. John five centuries ago.|
|Day 4||At Sea|
|Day 5||Barcelona – Spain The city of Barcelona has it all; a gorgeous beach to sun yourself on, pretty, tree lined streets with cafes to enjoy the local tapas, gorgeous Gaudi architecture and medieval churches to explore in the Gothic Quarter. You'll find something new to explore each time you arrive.|
|Day 6||Marseille (Provence) – France 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 7||Genoa (Portofino) – Italy 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 8||Naples – Italy. Transfer To Sorrento – Italy (Hotel Stay) The shadow of Vesuvius dominates this historic Italian city, from which you go easily access the ruins of Pompeii. If that doesn't take your fancy, you can shop till you drop in nearby Capri, or enjoy an Aperol Spritz at one of the many sophisticated bars and people watch.|
|Day 9||Sorrento – Italy (Hotel Stay) A warming sun and gentle sea breezes have been attracting visitors to this fair spot for two millennia. Its reputation as a playground of the ancient rich and famous resulted in the building of lavish villas and palaces, an emperor relocated to the Isle of Capri nearby, and over the centuries it has been a haven for artists and artisans, writers and poets, politicians and philosophers, and all manner of aristocrats. You will be a welcome addition. The massive eruption of nearby Vesuvius in 79 AD caused considerable damage, but the resulting volcanic ash is responsible for Sorrento’s modern day fertility, thriving olive orchards, and excellent wine.|
|Day 10||Sorrento – Italy (Hotel Stay)|
|Day 11||Sorrento – Italy (Hotel Stay)|
|Day 12||Sorrento – Italy. Fly to UK|
*Price based on 4th May 2020 Departure
Prices correct at time of original broadcast.
Balcony with sliding doors approximately from 17 to 39 m2
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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