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Date Port/City Activity Arrival Departure
Day  1 Barcelona, Spain 5:00PM
Day  2 Provence (Toulon), France Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  3 Cannes (Monte Carlo), France Tendered 8:00AM
Day  4 Cannes (Monte Carlo), France Tendered 4:00PM
Day  5 Florence / Pisa (Livorno),Italy Docked 7:00AM 7:00PM
Day  6 Ajaccio, Corsica Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  7 Cagliari (Sardinia), Italy Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  8 At Sea
Day  9 Messina (Sicily), Italy Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  10 Naples (Salerno), Italy Docked 7:00AM 6:30PM
Day  11 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 5:00AM

Day  1: Barcelona, Spain

There's nothing quite like Barcelona. Especially if you consider the architecture. The city lays claim to its very own form of Art Nouveau, known as Modernisme. The Sagrada Familia Basilica is perhaps the best example of this beautiful and interesting brand of architecture, with its bold color, beautiful tile-work and swirling lines. At the same time, many find the work at the Picasso Museum and the cathedrals of the Gothic Quarter equally inspiring.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Provence (Toulon), France

Day  2: Provence (Toulon), France

The distinct Italian accent you'll find here is a remnant of the 2nd century B.C. Romans. Finding the climate and inland of what is now known as Provence so inviting, they stayed and Toulon didn't become part of France until the 15th century.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  3: Cannes (Monte Carlo), France

Cannes and the tiny principality of Monaco personify the charismatic French Riviera, with its long boardwalks, the massive yachts anchored in the harbor, and its warm, sunny plazas. It's no wonder these two cities draw some of the world's elite travelers every summer.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  4: Cannes (Monte Carlo), France

Cannes and the tiny principality of Monaco personify the charismatic French Riviera, with its long boardwalks, the massive yachts anchored in the harbor, and its warm, sunny plazas. It's no wonder these two cities draw some of the world's elite travelers every summer.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  5: Florence / Pisa (Livorno),Italy

Uncovering authentic local finds and having experiences that make you feel like you’ve really connected with a place are important elements in ensuring an extraordinary vacation. We’re taking advantage of our partnership with Travel + Leisure to get their editors’ recommendations and insider tips on the places you will want to visit. Here are their picks for just one of the 150 destinations they covered.

Ajaccio, Corsica

Day  6: Ajaccio, Corsica

Monuments, avenues, squares, and museums grace this charming city which fathered one of the biggest conquerors in history. The birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte is an island of rocky outcroppings and sandy beaches, set on a sunny bay surrounded by citrus groves, olive trees, and vineyards, and bursting with history and cultural diversity.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  7: Cagliari (Sardinia), Italy

As you approach this lovely port from the sea, you'll marvel at the castles and cathedrals, perched on successive terraces. Originally settled over 2,700 years ago, Cagliari retains much of its original seaside charm.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  8: At Sea

Don't just appreciate art, experience it. Witness the incredible, gorgeous art of glassblowing with intimate live demonstrations. Watch and learn from professional glassblowers in this popular, one-of-a-kind exhibition from the renowned Corning Museum of Glass.

Day  9: Messina (Sicily), Italy

Located in northeastern Sicily on the slopes of the Peloritani Mountains, Messina is an ancient place with a fascinating history. Walk by the ruins of the Santa Maria Alemanna Church, built in 1220 A.D. You'll also want to see the Duomo, a Romanesque and Norman cathedral that includes a display of artifacts in its treasury.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  10: Naples (Salerno), Italy

Framed by Mount Vesuvius along a dramatic skyline, the 2,800 year-old port city of Naples is chock full of historical sites, churches, and museums that make it an incredible place for you to explore. And in the region where pizza was first invented, you know the food is going to be incredible. Just 35 miles down the coast, Salerno offers you a rich history but also boasts a marvelous collection of parks, natural wonders, and unique vantage points to take in the beauty of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Two cities. One incredible stretch of Italian coastline.

Day  11: Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy



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