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MSC Cruises World Cruises: 118 nights from Civitavecchia with MSC Magnifica
Jan 4, 2026

Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Barbados, Grenada, Netherlands Antilles, Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico, United States, Hawaii, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Philippines, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Jordan, Egypt, Greece
from BGN 37,116.61
Price per person incl. taxes
World Cruises with MSC Magnifica from BGN 37,116.61
Price per person incl. taxes

Cruise itinerary
Departure Port: Civitavecchia ➞ Landing: Civitavecchia

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Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia

Spreading out along the coast, the town is situated between the Mignon river to the north and the Marangone river to the south.
Civitavecchia is a port town in the heart of Italy, in the province of Rome, 80 kilometres northwest of the capital.

It is shrouded in art and history, and is rich in bays and coves with sandy and rocky beaches. Today the town is the departure point for many cruises and journeys around the Mediterranean. It is an excellent tourist destination where you can simply enjoy 'la dolce vita' or visit the amazing historical monuments. On a level with the majestic ancient capital, in terms of its monuments, gardens, villas and works of art, it also gives you easy access to the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Terme della Ficoncella, and the Etruscan ruins.

Civitavecchia will guarantee you an original and enchanting experience.

Genoa

Genoa

Marseille

Marseille

Barcelona

Barcelona

The city is a symbol of the the artistic, culinary and cultural avant-garde: visit the Sagrada Familia and the other visionary architectural works of Antoni Gaudi, La Pedrera, Casa Batlllò or Park Guell. For sports lovers, a visit to Camp Nou is not to be missed, while for art lovers here is the Picasso Museum, the Caixa Forum, the MNAC or the Miró Museum. If you want to taste the local cuisine, restaurants and bars are the right choice. They are always crowded as the sea in summer. An holiday aboard a cruise offers the opportunity to visit this beautiful city and immerse yourself in this unique atmosphere.

Funchal

Funchal

Bridgetown

Bridgetown

Saint George

Saint George

Kralendijk

Kralendijk

Willemstad

Willemstad

Cartagena

Cartagena

Carthage offers the tourists many activities, both cultural and for leisure. You cannot miss out the old Roman theatre with its thousand-year-old history and a huge archeological site. It is possible to practice trekking and immersions, taste excellent food of the local cuisine and visit Churchse and important Museums.

 

Limón

Limón

Panama Canal

Panama Canal

Puntarenas

Puntarenas

Corinto

Corinto

Puerto Quetzal

Puerto Quetzal

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta

Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas

San Diego

San Diego

San Diego: A Historical Mosaic

San Diego, known as the birthplace of California, is steeped in rich history, from its early Native American roots to its founding by Spanish missionaries in 1769. The city has evolved from a humble mission into a bustling metropolis, all while preserving its historical charm, evident in the preserved Spanish architecture of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. This area, along with the Cabrillo National Monument, offers a glimpse into the city's past, showcasing the diverse cultures that have shaped San Diego into the vibrant city it is today.

The Alluring Climate of San Diego

San Diego's climate is arguably one of its most attractive features, boasting year-round sunshine and mild temperatures. This idyllic weather facilitates an outdoor lifestyle, encouraging visitors to explore the city's expansive beaches, lush parks, and scenic walking paths. Whether you're sunbathing at La Jolla Cove, hiking in Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, or enjoying waterfront dining, San Diego's climate makes every activity more enjoyable, earning it the title of "America's Finest City."

Discovering San Diego's Attractions

San Diego's attractions cater to every interest, making it a versatile destination for all types of travelers. The world-renowned San Diego Zoo and Safari Park offer up-close animal encounters, while Balboa Park houses museums, gardens, and the iconic California Tower. For maritime enthusiasts, the USS Midway Museum and the Maritime Museum of San Diego provide insight into naval history. San Diego's proximity to the Mexican border also introduces a unique cultural blend, enriching the city's already diverse array of attractions and activities.

A Taste of San Diego's Culinary Delights

The culinary scene in San Diego is as vibrant and varied as its landscape, with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients and seafood. The city is renowned for its fish tacos, a local delicacy that reflects its coastal and Mexican influences. Craft beer enthusiasts will also find a haven here, as San Diego boasts one of the most dynamic craft beer scenes in the country. From upscale dining in the Gaslamp Quarter to casual beachside eateries, San Diego offers a culinary adventure for every palate.

Embarking on a Cruise from San Diego

For those looking to explore beyond the city, San Diego serves as an ideal departure point for cruises. The city's cruise terminal, located downtown near the vibrant Embarcadero, offers voyages to the Mexican Riviera, Hawaii, and the Panama Canal. Starting your cruise in San Diego not only provides an opportunity to enjoy the city's many attractions but also offers a seamless transition to the relaxation and adventure of a cruise vacation. With its stunning scenery, rich history, and welcoming climate, San Diego is the perfect port of call for cruisers seeking a memorable start to their journey.

San Francisco

San Francisco

The Historical Tapestry of San Francisco

San Francisco, a city that rose from the Gold Rush frenzy of 1849, has a history as diverse and colorful as its population. This transformative event turned a small settlement into a booming city almost overnight, laying the groundwork for a place rich in cultural heritage and pioneering spirit. Landmarks like the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and the notorious Alcatraz Island tell stories of engineering marvels and tales of infamy. The city's storied past, from the devastating 1906 earthquake to the Summer of Love in 1967, showcases its resilience and capacity for reinvention, inviting visitors to explore its rich historical narrative.

Embracing San Francisco's Climate

San Francisco's climate is famously unpredictable, characterized by cool summers, foggy mornings, and mild winters. This microclimate, influenced by the cold currents of the Pacific Ocean, creates a unique weather pattern that can change from one neighborhood to the next. Despite its variability, the climate allows for year-round outdoor activities, from walking across the Golden Gate Bridge to exploring the city's numerous parks and beaches. The mild weather encourages visitors to enjoy the outdoor beauty and vibrant street life that define San Francisco's charm.

Iconic Attractions of San Francisco

The attractions in San Francisco are as varied as the city itself. The historic cable cars offer a nostalgic ride through scenic routes, while Fisherman's Wharf provides a bustling waterfront experience with sea lions, seafood, and souvenir shops. The artistic enclave of the Mission District, with its vibrant street murals and the lush expanse of Golden Gate Park, offers cultural and natural escapes within the city. For tech enthusiasts, Silicon Valley's proximity provides a glimpse into the future. These attractions, among others, make San Francisco a must-visit for travelers and cruisers seeking a rich, diverse experience.

The Culinary Delights of San Francisco

San Francisco's culinary scene is a reflection of its cultural mosaic, offering an array of international cuisines alongside farm-to-table freshness. The city is renowned for its sourdough bread, fresh Dungeness crab, and the invention of the Mission burrito. The thriving food scene spans from gourmet restaurants in the North Beach neighborhood, known as Little Italy, to the authentic Chinese eateries in Chinatown. San Francisco's emphasis on local, sustainable ingredients and culinary innovation makes it a paradise for food lovers.

Launching a Cruise from San Francisco

San Francisco is not only a destination but also a premier starting point for cruises. The city's picturesque bay serves as a gateway to the Pacific, offering routes to Alaska, the Mexican Riviera, and even trans-Pacific journeys to Asia. Embarking on a cruise from San Francisco allows travelers to extend their exploration of this eclectic city, from its historic landmarks to its culinary delights, before setting sail on an unforgettable maritime adventure. With its strategic location and stunning views, a cruise departing from San Francisco promises a journey as captivating as the city itself.

San Francisco

San Francisco

The Historical Tapestry of San Francisco

San Francisco, a city that rose from the Gold Rush frenzy of 1849, has a history as diverse and colorful as its population. This transformative event turned a small settlement into a booming city almost overnight, laying the groundwork for a place rich in cultural heritage and pioneering spirit. Landmarks like the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and the notorious Alcatraz Island tell stories of engineering marvels and tales of infamy. The city's storied past, from the devastating 1906 earthquake to the Summer of Love in 1967, showcases its resilience and capacity for reinvention, inviting visitors to explore its rich historical narrative.

Embracing San Francisco's Climate

San Francisco's climate is famously unpredictable, characterized by cool summers, foggy mornings, and mild winters. This microclimate, influenced by the cold currents of the Pacific Ocean, creates a unique weather pattern that can change from one neighborhood to the next. Despite its variability, the climate allows for year-round outdoor activities, from walking across the Golden Gate Bridge to exploring the city's numerous parks and beaches. The mild weather encourages visitors to enjoy the outdoor beauty and vibrant street life that define San Francisco's charm.

Iconic Attractions of San Francisco

The attractions in San Francisco are as varied as the city itself. The historic cable cars offer a nostalgic ride through scenic routes, while Fisherman's Wharf provides a bustling waterfront experience with sea lions, seafood, and souvenir shops. The artistic enclave of the Mission District, with its vibrant street murals and the lush expanse of Golden Gate Park, offers cultural and natural escapes within the city. For tech enthusiasts, Silicon Valley's proximity provides a glimpse into the future. These attractions, among others, make San Francisco a must-visit for travelers and cruisers seeking a rich, diverse experience.

The Culinary Delights of San Francisco

San Francisco's culinary scene is a reflection of its cultural mosaic, offering an array of international cuisines alongside farm-to-table freshness. The city is renowned for its sourdough bread, fresh Dungeness crab, and the invention of the Mission burrito. The thriving food scene spans from gourmet restaurants in the North Beach neighborhood, known as Little Italy, to the authentic Chinese eateries in Chinatown. San Francisco's emphasis on local, sustainable ingredients and culinary innovation makes it a paradise for food lovers.

Launching a Cruise from San Francisco

San Francisco is not only a destination but also a premier starting point for cruises. The city's picturesque bay serves as a gateway to the Pacific, offering routes to Alaska, the Mexican Riviera, and even trans-Pacific journeys to Asia. Embarking on a cruise from San Francisco allows travelers to extend their exploration of this eclectic city, from its historic landmarks to its culinary delights, before setting sail on an unforgettable maritime adventure. With its strategic location and stunning views, a cruise departing from San Francisco promises a journey as captivating as the city itself.

Honolulu

Honolulu

Honolulu offers a plethora of outdoor activities including surfing, snorkeling, hiking, and golfing, taking full advantage of its stunning natural surroundings. If you want to have fun, Honoluli is the best destination for you! Honolulu combines the vibrancy of a modern urban center with the laid-back charm of island life. The city hosts numerous cultural festivals throughout the year, such as the Honolulu Festival and the King Kamehameha Day Celebration, which showcase the rich heritage and diverse traditions of Hawaii.

Honolulu

Honolulu

Honolulu offers a plethora of outdoor activities including surfing, snorkeling, hiking, and golfing, taking full advantage of its stunning natural surroundings. If you want to have fun, Honoluli is the best destination for you! Honolulu combines the vibrancy of a modern urban center with the laid-back charm of island life. The city hosts numerous cultural festivals throughout the year, such as the Honolulu Festival and the King Kamehameha Day Celebration, which showcase the rich heritage and diverse traditions of Hawaii.

Apia

Apia

Suva

Suva

Auckland

Auckland

Cruises from Auckland offer not only luxury and relaxation on board but also a chance to see awesome landscapes and get a taste of New Zealand’s culture. Auckland is a city with a rich history, cultural diversity and stunning natural beauty, attracting tourists from all over the world with its cuisine, attractions and cruise opportunities.

Auckland

Auckland

Cruises from Auckland offer not only luxury and relaxation on board but also a chance to see awesome landscapes and get a taste of New Zealand’s culture. Auckland is a city with a rich history, cultural diversity and stunning natural beauty, attracting tourists from all over the world with its cuisine, attractions and cruise opportunities.

Wellington

Wellington

Sydney

Sydney

Historical Journey

Established as the first British colony in Australia in 1788, Sydney's rich history is a testament to its resilience and diversity. From its origins as a penal colony to becoming a vibrant global city, Sydney offers a unique historical narrative. The Rocks, one of the city's most historic areas, tells stories of Aboriginal heritage, convict life, and early settlement. Exploring Sydney's history provides a profound understanding of Australia's cultural evolution.

Sunny Skies and Pleasant Breezes

Sydney is blessed with a temperate climate, boasting warm summers and mild winters, making it an attractive destination year-round. Its climate encourages an active, outdoor lifestyle, inviting visitors to enjoy its famous beaches, beautiful parks, and scenic walks under the vast, blue Australian sky.

A City of Iconic Attractions

Home to the world-renowned Sydney Opera House and the majestic Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney offers a plethora of unforgettable experiences. Beyond its iconic landmarks, you can discover hidden beaches, lush national parks, and vibrant markets. A ferry ride across Sydney Harbour offers breathtaking views, while a visit to the Taronga Zoo or the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium provides fun for all ages. Sydney is a city that captivates with its natural beauty and cosmopolitan allure.

Culinary Delights Down Under

Sydney's food scene is as diverse as its population, offering an exquisite blend of international cuisines and fresh, local seafood. The city's markets, such as the Sydney Fish Market, are a haven for food enthusiasts, offering some of the freshest produce in the region. Cafés and restaurants dot the waterfront, providing the perfect backdrop for dining al fresco while savoring Australia's famed wines and craft beers.

Embark on a Maritime Adventure

Starting your cruise journey from Sydney not only means departing from one of the world's most beautiful harbors but also having the opportunity to explore the city's wonders before setting sail. Whether you're cruising along the Australian coast or venturing to distant shores, Sydney is the perfect launchpad for your next maritime adventure. With its unparalleled beauty, vibrant culture, and welcoming atmosphere, Sydney invites you to discover the joys of sea travel in a way that only it can offer.

Sydney

Sydney

Historical Journey

Established as the first British colony in Australia in 1788, Sydney's rich history is a testament to its resilience and diversity. From its origins as a penal colony to becoming a vibrant global city, Sydney offers a unique historical narrative. The Rocks, one of the city's most historic areas, tells stories of Aboriginal heritage, convict life, and early settlement. Exploring Sydney's history provides a profound understanding of Australia's cultural evolution.

Sunny Skies and Pleasant Breezes

Sydney is blessed with a temperate climate, boasting warm summers and mild winters, making it an attractive destination year-round. Its climate encourages an active, outdoor lifestyle, inviting visitors to enjoy its famous beaches, beautiful parks, and scenic walks under the vast, blue Australian sky.

A City of Iconic Attractions

Home to the world-renowned Sydney Opera House and the majestic Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney offers a plethora of unforgettable experiences. Beyond its iconic landmarks, you can discover hidden beaches, lush national parks, and vibrant markets. A ferry ride across Sydney Harbour offers breathtaking views, while a visit to the Taronga Zoo or the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium provides fun for all ages. Sydney is a city that captivates with its natural beauty and cosmopolitan allure.

Culinary Delights Down Under

Sydney's food scene is as diverse as its population, offering an exquisite blend of international cuisines and fresh, local seafood. The city's markets, such as the Sydney Fish Market, are a haven for food enthusiasts, offering some of the freshest produce in the region. Cafés and restaurants dot the waterfront, providing the perfect backdrop for dining al fresco while savoring Australia's famed wines and craft beers.

Embark on a Maritime Adventure

Starting your cruise journey from Sydney not only means departing from one of the world's most beautiful harbors but also having the opportunity to explore the city's wonders before setting sail. Whether you're cruising along the Australian coast or venturing to distant shores, Sydney is the perfect launchpad for your next maritime adventure. With its unparalleled beauty, vibrant culture, and welcoming atmosphere, Sydney invites you to discover the joys of sea travel in a way that only it can offer.

Townsville

Townsville

Cairns

Cairns

Explore Cairns: Tropical Paradise in Australia

Cairns, located in Queensland, Australia, is a captivating city that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and adventure. Established in 1876, Cairns has grown from a small port town to a bustling tourist destination known for its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant marine life.

Tropical Climate of Cairns

Cairns enjoys a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round. The city experiences two main seasons: the wet season from November to April, characterized by heavy rainfall and lush greenery, and the dry season from May to October, offering sunny days ideal for outdoor activities like exploring the Great Barrier Reef or hiking in the nearby rainforests.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Cairns

Discover Cairns' top attractions, including the world-renowned Great Barrier Reef, where you can snorkel or dive among colorful coral reefs and diverse marine life. Explore the lush Kuranda Rainforest by scenic railway or Skyrail cableway, visit the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park to learn about indigenous culture, or relax on the sandy shores of Palm Cove or Trinity Beach.

Local Cuisine: Flavors of Tropical North Queensland

Indulge in Cairns' culinary scene with fresh seafood like barramundi and prawns, tropical fruits such as mangoes and papayas, and unique Australian bush foods like kangaroo and crocodile meat. Sample local dishes at the Rusty's Markets or enjoy waterfront dining along the Esplanade while savoring regional specialties like mud crab and Moreton Bay bugs.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Cairns

Enhance your Cairns experience by booking a cruise departing from this coastal city. Choose from a variety of cruises exploring the Great Barrier Reef's pristine waters, remote islands like Fitzroy Island or Green Island, or scenic coastal voyages offering stunning views of Queensland's coastline. A cruise from Cairns promises unforgettable adventures and encounters with Australia's natural wonders.

Manila

Manila

Manila

Manila

Keelung

Keelung

Ishigaki

Ishigaki

Naha

Naha

Tokyo

Tokyo

Tokyo

Tokyo

Nagasaki

Nagasaki

Busan

Busan

Shanghai

Shanghai

Once you are there, it feels like going back in time while your are sorrounded by a city that looks to the future! If you are an adventure lover, you should know that in 2016 Shanghai Disneyland theme park was opened. Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the numerous attractions from the most quiet ones to the more reckless ones. There you can also meet up close the Disneyland characters who accompanied you in your childhood and made you laugh.

One of the best ways to reach the city is aboard a cruise ship. Choose a cruise that departs from Shanghai or that has the city as a stop so you can visit the beauties of the city. The city is also the ideal starting point to visit Japan!

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Shenzhen

Shenzhen

Da Nang

Da Nang

Nha Trang

Nha Trang

Singapore

Singapore

Port Klang

Port Klang

Then, in 1972 the port was renamed Port Klang. Nowadays, Port Klang continues to play a crucial role in Malaysia's trade and logistics sector, driving economic growth and development in the region. Currently, the government is planning to expand and modernize the port in order to increase increase its capacity and efficiency.

Penang

Penang

Colombo

Colombo

Dubai

Dubai

The best way to visit the Arab Emirates and getting the best of this place is going on a cruise departing from Dubai or Abu Dhabi. There are many companies offering these cities as destinations: MSC Cruises, Costa Crociere, Royal Caribbean are just a few of the companies with this itinerary and give you the best comfort of cruise combined with the luxury of the Arab Emirates. Pamper yourself with a cruise to modernity! On our website you can find deals and low-costs! Take advantage of the last-minutes and promotions of the moment to plunge into the future on dream ships!

Dubai

Dubai

The best way to visit the Arab Emirates and getting the best of this place is going on a cruise departing from Dubai or Abu Dhabi. There are many companies offering these cities as destinations: MSC Cruises, Costa Crociere, Royal Caribbean are just a few of the companies with this itinerary and give you the best comfort of cruise combined with the luxury of the Arab Emirates. Pamper yourself with a cruise to modernity! On our website you can find deals and low-costs! Take advantage of the last-minutes and promotions of the moment to plunge into the future on dream ships!

Khasab

Khasab

Muscat

Muscat

If you like strolling along the streets and admiring the beauties around you, Mutrah district is the right choice. You can visit the district during the day for its elegant buildings and religious sites or at sunset to enjoy breathtaking views. If you want to relax and you are a beach lover, Muscat offers beautiful beaches like Qurum Beach, where you have the opportunity to bathe in the clear blue waters of the Gulf of Oman and relax under the palms.

For history and culture lovers, a visit to the National Museum of the Sultan of Oman is a not to be missed experience. It hosts fourteen permanent exhibitions that perfectly represent the history of the city with the aim of promoting the traditional values of the country and helping visitors to discover the history of Muscat.

Aqaba

Aqaba

Suez Canal

Suez Canal

Suez Canal

Suez Canal

Heraklion

Heraklion

Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia

Spreading out along the coast, the town is situated between the Mignon river to the north and the Marangone river to the south.
Civitavecchia is a port town in the heart of Italy, in the province of Rome, 80 kilometres northwest of the capital.

It is shrouded in art and history, and is rich in bays and coves with sandy and rocky beaches. Today the town is the departure point for many cruises and journeys around the Mediterranean. It is an excellent tourist destination where you can simply enjoy 'la dolce vita' or visit the amazing historical monuments. On a level with the majestic ancient capital, in terms of its monuments, gardens, villas and works of art, it also gives you easy access to the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Terme della Ficoncella, and the Etruscan ruins.

Civitavecchia will guarantee you an original and enchanting experience.