06 July 2019 - 10 nights

Rome to Venice

Book an Ocean View or above and receive FREE drinks, FREE pre-paid gratuities and $200 FREE to spend on-board per stateroom




  • Rome (Civitavecchia)

    06 July 2019
    Dep. 5:00 pm

    Civitavecchia has been the port for Rome since the 13th-century and the Eternal City is still the big draw. It wasn’t built in a day, but you’ll see a lot in yours, from the massive Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican City to the sun-filled piazzas, fabulous fountains, ultra-chic designer stores and oh-so-tempting pavement cafés, where you can do as the Romans do.

         
  • Messina

    07 July 2019
    Arr. 12:00 pm
    Dep. 8:00 pm

    MESSINA is a pleasant town located with the best harbour on the Strait of Messina between the Tyrrenian and Ionian Seas, in northeast Sicily on the lower slopes of the Peloritani Mountains. A port city opposite the Italian mainland, Messina has industries producing silks, muslins, linens, and chemicals. As it is only five kilometres from the mainland, it is a common port for ferries and a frequent stop on Mediterranean trade routes.

         
  • Valletta

    08 July 2019
    Arr. 8:00 am
    Dep. 6:00 pm

  • At Sea

    09 July 2019

  • Argostoli

    10 July 2019
    Arr. 7:00 am
    Dep. 4:00 pm

  • Dubrovnik

    11 July 2019
    Arr. 9:00 am
    Dep. 5:00 pm

    DUBROVNIK is the capital of South Dalmazia and reputed to be one of the most beautiful places in the world. Many writers and travellers remain astonished by its charm, defining the town as the ‘Adriatic Pearl', the ‘Slav Athen': a true paradise on Earth.

  • Zadar

    12 July 2019
    Arr. 11:00 am
    Dep. 9:00 pm

  • Venice

    13 July 2019
    Arr. 6:00 am

    VENICE is a city frozen in the mists of time, ancient yet thoroughly modern. Somehow it survives built on a series of wooden poles that sink deep into the mud and flowing water of the Adriatic underneath the city. World-renowned city of canals and bridges. These facilitate internal transportation and have a beauty and charm that draw countless visitors each year. The modern city embraces the whole 90-mile (145-kilometer) perimeter of the lagoon and includes ten principal islands in addition to those of the mother city and two industrial boroughs of Mestre and Marghera on the mainland.

         
  • 3 Nights at the 4 ★ Saturnia & International Hotel in Venice, Italy

    13 July 2019

    The hotel Saturnia is housed in a palace built in the 14th century (one of the oldest in Venice), it has been managed by the same family for four generations, welcoming guests from all over the world, creating a solid tradition of hospitality. In the summertime, clients can enjoy the hotel's terrace/solarium and its splendid view across the rooftops of Venice, and the cupola of the Church of the Madonna della Salute. ## Location Brilliant location, only 250 metres walk to San Mark's Square and San Moise' church. Few more metres and you are in front of the stunning San Mark's Basilica and the Dogi Palace with the Bridge of Sighs. The hotel faces Calle XXII Marzo, the poshest street in Venice for shopping lovers, with its many big labels. Not far is also the famous 18th century theatre La Fenice. The closest boat stop is Vallaresso, otherwise the hotel has got its own private pier in the hotel, for watertaxis. ## Distance 12 kms to the nearest airport (treviso airport) 3 minute walk to the nearest metro station (san maria del giglio) 2 km to the nearest station (santa lucia) 3 minute walk to the nearest bus stop ## Rooms The rooms are all different in size and some can be very spacious. Some rooms have exposed beams or lacunar ceilings, others feature a calce rasata finish (traditional Venetian method of finishing walls). All rooms are furnished in different style, they are equipped with mini bar, telephone, Internet connection, satellite television, radio, digital combination safe, sprinkler and individually-controlled air conditioning. ## Restaurant An intimate, richly decorated room, with lead lined windows and exposed dark wood beams and pillars. The furnishings are traditional and the walls are wood paneled. The Caravella restaurant is one of Venice's historic venues. Its elegant ambience, recreating the interior of an ancient sailing ship, has welcomed guests from all over the world for forty years. It offers traditional Venetian and international cuisine accompanied by good wines and excellent service. During the summer La Caravella serves its guests in the open air, in a typically Venetian plant-filled courtyard adjacent to its winter premises. In the restaurant bar service is also available. The guests can enjoy a rich buffet-style breakfast in the Cortile room. In the summer season, it is served instead in a typical Venetian courtyard. ## Exterior It is an ancient palace, built in the 14th century and residence of a patrician family. The hotel is a traditional Venetian building in its architecture, with a stone clad base and purple plastered upper floors. ## Lobby The large salon on the ground floor, characteristic of Venetian patrician palaces, captures the ambience of ancient Venice. The hotel's interior boasts elegant furnishings, in keeping with early 20th-century style, which is evident in the marble bas-reliefs, in the hammered metal lamps, tinted glass and lacunar ceiling.

         
  • The Best Of Venice Walking Tour With Gondola Ride

    15 July 2019

    Discover the magic and splendour of Venice on foot. This tour is perfect for visitors with only a limited time and for those who want to ensure they see the main sights of this stunning city. This tour takes in all the highlights of this wonderful watery city and with Skip the Line access to the main sights you will not have to spend hours waiting in queues. As we wander around the pretty narrow alleyways, saunter along gondola spotted canals and stroll across bustling piazzas you are sure to fall in love with Venice. The tour starts off at the bronze statue of the famous playwright Carlo Goldoni. Then we head off to the stunning marble Rialto Bridge. Dating back to the turn of the 16th century this architectural gem went well over budget but as everyone will agree it was well worth it. Next we take in Marco Polo’s house. Born in 1254 into a wealthy merchant family, he is perhaps Venice’s most famous son. He embarked on an epic 24 year voyage to the East bringing back with him stories of porcelain, silk and gunpowder the likes of which had never been seen in Europe before. We continue on to the Piazza San Marco, the bustling vibrant square which is classed as Venice’s prime attraction. Admire the facade of the splendid Doge’s Palace before entering the piece de resistance of the tour, St Mark’s Basilica. Admire the intricate domed exterior then head inside to see the opulent interior of dazzling gold and ornate mosaics – truly unforgettable! Next, we’ll make our way to the Gondola Station, where we’ll embark on a 30 minute gondola ride down the waterways with a professional, local gondolier. We’ll start on Venice’s famous Grand Canal, where we’ll see sights such as Santa Maria della Salute Church, a 17th-century Baroque building constructed by lucky plague survivors to thank God for sparing their lives. Then veer off down the quieter minor canals where we’ll float lazily by more iconic city sights and under its famous bridges. Lookout for views of the dazzling Fenice Opera House and Theatre, the former home of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Venice, the magnificent Church of San Moisè and the gothic style Bauer Palace Hotel. The gondola ride will take place at the end of the tour.

         
SUMMARY:
CRUISE ID: 152612C
Flight Outbound
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Cruise
7 Night Cruise to Venice
Celebrity CruisesCelebrity Infinity
06 Jul 2019
Hotel
3 Nights Post-Cruise Hotel Stay
13 Jul 2019 - Venice, Italy
4 ★ Saturnia & International Hotel
Tour
Post-Cruise 3 Hours Tour
The Best Of Venice Walking Tour With Gondola Ride
15 Jul 2019
Inside from
£1599pp
Outside from
£1849pp
Balcony from
£1949pp
Suite from
£4079pp

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