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Explore some of Europe’s most glamorous destinations on a 10-day Mediterranean cruise aboard one of our award-winning cruise ships. Experience the opulence of the French Riviera. Tempt your taste buds in Italy’s wine capitals. Soak in the sights and sounds of the sea on the Greek Islands. Wander through cobblestone Spanish streets from the 17th century. There truly is no place in the world that offers so much cultural, historical, and language diversity as this iconic region.
The famous fishing village of Portofino is tucked away on an inlet in the sun-soaked shores of Italy near Genoa. During a day in port, stroll through the charming villages and beautiful natural surroundings of the Italian Riviera. Explore Castello Brown, a 15th-century castle turned museum. Indulge in the region's renowned culinary traditions, like olive oil, wine, and Ligurian cuisine.
The picturesque province of Provence, France brings the sea and mountains together in one spectacular setting. Disembark in Marseille and discover France’s most unique city and the center of its southern coastal culture. Spend your day in the city exploring Le Panier Quarter, Marseille’s oldest and most well-preserved historic neighborhoods. Don’t miss out on seeing the iconic Notre Dame, and pick up a few mementos at one of the boutique shops near the Old Port of Marseille.
Florence and the Tuscany region in north-central Italy has long been a favorite for lovers of all things Italian. Experience the majesty of “Il Duomo”, the nickname for the city’s famous Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. Escape to the countryside for a Tuscan wine tasting. Witness the majesty of the David statue and the works of the many artists that have been inspired by this magical city.
Split is one of Europe’s best-kept secrets and a true delight for anyone on a 10-day Mediterranean cruise. This ancient city is a remnant of Roman and Venetian rule from centuries past, and its architecture exemplifies both cultures’ maritime historic past. Take a tour of Diocletian’s Palace, an ancient Roman relic that is still well-preserved today. Relax on a riverboat ride along the Cetina for a different perspective of Split and its surrounding villages. Spend an afternoon browsing through the city’s many shops, cafes, and Roman and Venetian archaeological sites.
Naples has a reputation that often precedes itself, and after just one visit, you’ll be left with an unforgettable impression of your own. This is where pizza was invented, where much of Italian culture is exported from, and where authenticity is almost unmatched by any other city in the region. Dine like a Neopolitan royal at any of the city’s famous fine dining restaurants or classic pizzerias. Visit the medieval Maschio Angioino Castle, which dates back to the early 13th century. Explore the depths of the mysterious Bourbon Tunnel, which was originally designed as an escape route for the royal family.
There’s something nice about Nice that is hard to put your finger on unless you’ve seen it firsthand. This beautiful French port is the hub for most of the Blue Coast and a fantastic starting point to explore the country’s best beaches. Visit the historic seaside village of Eze, where structures believed to date back to 600 BC still exist today. Wine and dine on the Promenade Des Anglais to immerse yourself in the opulence and luxury of the French Riviera. Shop in the boutiques at Villefranche, right next to the cruise port, for a mix of Mediterranean and North African crafts and artisan gifts.