7 NIGHT MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE
Cunard Queen Victoria 22nd September 2022
Join the sumptuous Queen Victoria in Venice for this magical 9 night Mediterranean Cruise with ports of call at Korcula – Malta – Sicily – Naples – Civitavecchia (Rome) and Barcelona for your return flight home.
||Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
|Airfare & Transfers
|7 Night Cruise
|On Board Gratuity
YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA
The Queen Victoria
There’s something distinctly refined and regal about a Cunard cruise and the beautiful Queen Victoria certainly upholds the fine traditions of this luxury line. Even before you board this beautiful ship you’ll note the trademark black and red livery which, together with her sleek modern design, immediately sets the theme of proud cruising heritage married with innovative features for today’s cruise guests. From her plush, elegantly decorated public rooms to her gourmet dining and luxurious, spacious cabins, Queen Victoria exudes class. The range of options for high-quality entertainment and enrichment, as well as serene relaxation make for the cruise holiday of a lifetime.
Facilities on board
- Royal Spa and fitness centre
- Several entertainment and dance lounges
- Two main pools, several Jacuzzi’s
- Luxury cabins, some with butler service
- Play Zone kids activities
- Tonnage 90,000
- Passenger capacity 1,997
- Total Crew 981
- Total Cabins 1,007
- Decks 12
- WHATS INCLUDED IN YOUR CRUISE
- All Transfers
- 7 Nights full board cruise
Day 1: Venice Embark Queen Victoria.
Venice with its gondolas, canals, amazing restaurants, and unforgettable romantic ambiance, Venice is definitely a city for one’s bucket list. Waterfront palazzos, palaces, and churches make drifting down the Grand Canal feel like cruising through a painting. To really experience Venice, you must go to the opera or to a classical music performance, nibble fresh pasta and pastries, and linger in the exhibit halls of an art gallery. Label lovers will drool over the high-end shopping in Piazza San Marco.
Day 2: At Sea
Day 3: Korcula
One of the gems of the Adriatic, Korcula lies just of the Dalmatian coast and is blessed with beautiful sun-drenched beaches. Explore the old town with its beautiful Venetian buildings or take a leisurely bicycle ride around the island.
Day 4: At Sea
Day 5: Malta
Malta. is a Mediterranean island of huge historical importance, influenced by many great empires. The capital fortress city of Valletta, described as an open-air museum, is mainly Baroque in character having been built in the 16th century by the Order of St John of Jerusalem. It offers some of Europe’s finest palaces, churches, and works of art. Valletta harbour is surrounded by cream coloured buildings and twisting streets.
Day 6: Sicily
Sicily is an island blessed with incredible beaches and ancient hilltop villages with views of the infamous Mount Etna. As well as being known for its beaches and active volcano, Sicily has some ancient architecture including the Norman Cattedrale and the Palazzo Reale, a former royal palace. The classical ruins at Tindari and ancient city of Taormina are worth a visit for an insight into Sicily’s history and culture.
Day 7: Naples
Naples. Under the shadow of the mighty Vesuvius, Naples is best known for its cache of medieval and Baroque architecture, and as the birthplace of the pizza. With Pompeii on its doorstep and as many churches as Rome, there’s a lot to see in this city on the romantic Bay of Naples. Sip a glass of Lacryma Christi wine from the slopes of Vesuvius or shop on Via San Gregorio Armeno. Or simply relax with a Margarita pizza at one of the many piazza café.
Day 8: Civitavecchia (Rome)
Civitavecchia (Rome) is often described as the Eternal City and is filled with breath taking treasurers of almost every description – The Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain where a tossed coin promises your return to this city of Romance. Take a walk along the famous (and expensive) Via Veneto which came to fame in the 1960’ as the centre of la dolce vita (the sweet life) attracting jet setters and stars from around the world. Tour its many historical landmarks and enjoy the food, the culture, the ambiance, and the surrounding scenery. There is no doubt you’ll learn the meaning of la dolce vita when you visit Rome.
Disembark your ship – Queen Victoria