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Costa Cruises World Cruises: 77 nights from Trieste with Costa Deliziosa
Dec 7, 2024

Italy, Croatia, France, Spain, Morocco, Cape Verde, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, United Kingdom, French Polynesia, Cook Islands, Tonga, Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Australia
from HRK 77,693.33
Price per person incl. taxes
World Cruises with Costa Deliziosa from HRK 77,693.33
Price per person incl. taxes

Cruise itinerary
Departure Port: Trieste ➞ Landing: Sydney

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Trieste

Trieste

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

Picturesque and artistic, Dubrovnik is a tourist hotspot and port in southern Dalmatia, at the foot of the Srđ mountain. From a historical and cultural point of view, it has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Thanks to its beauty and everything it has on offer for tourists, Dubrovnik is one of the most attractive destinations in the Mediterranean, so much so that the city can be visited all year round. In addition to its world-famous architectural heritage, this place has beautiful rocky beaches, pebble beaches and sandy beaches, enjoys a Mediterranean climate and also has lush vegetation. The main pedestrian street, Placa, is a melange of cafes and shops with monuments at each end.

Churches, monasteries and museums adorned with finely carved stone, recall an eventful history and a rich artistic tradition. Beyond the city there is a paradise of beaches, wooded peninsulas and a crystal-clear sea dotted with lush islands.

The city is also known for its delicious cuisine and its infrastructure of hotels for tourists. The city offers a wide selection of first-class restaurants, numerous sport and leisure activities, as well as cultural and entertainment events

Catania

Catania

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.

Savona

Savona

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.

Casablanca

Casablanca

Casablanca is the place where money was first creates, where the industry has its headquarter, where the art galleries offer the best contemporary art and where the fashion designer have a window on the world. The old pirates’ den is looking at the future, showing its richness and success. Casablanca is the city of contradiction. You can find a suffocating traffic jam, social issues and shanty towns as well as wide boulevards, well-finished parks, fountains and a surprising colonial architecture. The Hispanic-Moorish rich architecture, art-deco and modernist gems are all to be discovered in the city centre and are the symbol of Casblanca, such as huge the Hassan II Mosque, amazingly decorated.

Las Palmas

Las Palmas

Conversely, those who prefer other sports will have the opportunity to go hiking, climbing, or cycling. The island is also an ideal destination for golf lovers, as it has a wide range of excellent courses. Gran Canaria has excellent cuisine and the variety of fun traditional festivals, and theme parks. In short, it is an ideal place for a great island vacation.

Mindelo

Mindelo

The event is a major draw for tourists and locals alike, featuring parades, music, dance, and elaborate costumes. Mindelo has a thriving art scene, with numerous galleries and markets where local artists and craftsmen display their work. The Mindelo Art Center is a notable venue for exhibitions and performances. The city's nightlife is lively, with numerous bars, restaurants, and clubs offering live music and entertainment, particularly in the historic center around Praça Estrela and Rua Lisboa.

Recife

Recife

Maceio

Maceio

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Montevideo

Montevideo

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Rich History of Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, the vibrant capital of Argentina, boasts a rich history that blends European elegance with Latin American passion. Founded in the early 16th century by Spanish conquistadors, the city has evolved into a cultural melting pot influenced by waves of immigration. From colonial architecture to tango music and art, Buenos Aires preserves its heritage while embracing modernity.

Pleasant Climate and Seasons

Buenos Aires enjoys a temperate climate with distinct seasons offering diverse experiences for visitors. Summers are warm and humid, perfect for exploring parks and outdoor cafes. Winters are mild, ideal for strolling through museums and historic neighborhoods. Spring and autumn bring pleasant temperatures, making it a great time to enjoy outdoor activities.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a city brimming with cultural landmarks and attractions. The iconic Plaza de Mayo is the heart of the city, surrounded by historic buildings like Casa Rosada and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Recoleta Cemetery is a must-visit for its elaborate mausoleums, while the colorful neighborhood of La Boca offers tango shows and street art. Don't miss the grand Teatro Colon for world-class opera and ballet performances.

Local Cuisine: Authentic Flavors of Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a paradise for food lovers, offering a mix of traditional Argentine dishes and international cuisine. Indulge in juicy steaks grilled to perfection, savory empanadas filled with meat or cheese, and decadent dulce de leche desserts. Sip on mate, Argentina's national drink, or enjoy a glass of Malbec wine from nearby vineyards. Visit local markets like San Telmo for fresh produce and artisanal products.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Buenos Aires

To elevate your Buenos Aires experience, consider booking a cruise departing from this bustling city. Cruises from Buenos Aires offer the opportunity to explore the stunning coastline of Argentina, visit exotic destinations like Patagonia or Antarctica, and witness breathtaking natural wonders. Booking a cruise from Buenos Aires guarantees unforgettable moments and a unique perspective on South America's beauty from the sea.

Puerto Madryn

Puerto Madryn

Local cuisine is mainly based on meat and fish and its most famous dishes are: empanadas, grilled lamb and cooked fish in different ways, all accompanied by local vegetables harvested directly in the surrounding area. Book a cruise that depart from Puerto Madryn or that has this city as a stop and do not miss the opportunity to visit this unique and beautiful place or to take part in one of these activities!

Puerto Williams

Puerto Williams

European explorers first encountered the region in the 16th century. The town was named after John Williams Wilson, a British-Chilean navy commander who played a significant role in Chilean naval history. Over the decades, Puerto Williams has grown from a small naval outpost to a community with basic amenities. Currently, Puerto Williams has a small population, estimated to be around 3,000 residents. The community is composed of naval personnel, fishermen, and their families, along with a small number of indigenous Yaghan people.

The town is a cultural hub for the Yaghan people. As a consequence of modernity and urbanization, There is a growing focus on sustainable practices to ensure the preservation of the unique ecosystem and cultural heritage of the region. The city offers a beautiful natural landscape that allows you to enjoy a range of outdoor activities ideal for sports lovers.

Ushuaia

Ushuaia

Historical Charms of Ushuaia

Ushuaia, located in Argentina, holds a fascinating history as the southernmost city in the world. Originally established as a penal colony in the late 19th century, Ushuaia has transformed into a thriving hub for adventure tourism and scientific research. The city's past as a remote outpost adds to its allure, with remnants of its penal colony history visible in landmarks like the Presidio.

Diverse Climate of Ushuaia

Ushuaia experiences a cool-temperate climate influenced by its southern location near the Antarctic Circle. Summers are mild with long daylight hours, perfect for exploring the surrounding mountains and Beagle Channel. Winters bring snowfall and colder temperatures, creating a winter wonderland for skiing and snow activities. The ever-changing weather adds to the charm of this unique destination.

Top Attractions and Places to Explore in Ushuaia

Ushuaia offers a plethora of attractions that showcase the beauty of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Visit Tierra del Fuego National Park for stunning landscapes, hiking trails, and the End of the World Train. Explore the Maritime Museum to learn about Ushuaia's maritime history and Antarctic expeditions. Don't miss a boat tour to see penguins, sea lions, and glaciers up close in the Beagle Channel.

Local Cuisine: Authentic Flavors of Ushuaia

Ushuaia's culinary scene highlights fresh seafood from the surrounding waters and traditional dishes influenced by indigenous cultures. Taste king crab, known locally as centolla, grilled Patagonian lamb, and hearty stews like locro. Sample regional specialties such as calafate berry desserts and enjoy a traditional mate tea ceremony. The fusion of flavors reflects the unique heritage of this southern city.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Ushuaia

To enhance your Ushuaia experience, consider booking a cruise departing from this gateway to Antarctica. Cruises from Ushuaia offer unparalleled opportunities to explore the White Continent, witness majestic icebergs and wildlife like penguins and whales in their natural habitat. Booking a cruise from Ushuaia guarantees an unforgettable journey to one of the most remote and pristine regions on Earth.

Ushuaia

Ushuaia

Historical Charms of Ushuaia

Ushuaia, located in Argentina, holds a fascinating history as the southernmost city in the world. Originally established as a penal colony in the late 19th century, Ushuaia has transformed into a thriving hub for adventure tourism and scientific research. The city's past as a remote outpost adds to its allure, with remnants of its penal colony history visible in landmarks like the Presidio.

Diverse Climate of Ushuaia

Ushuaia experiences a cool-temperate climate influenced by its southern location near the Antarctic Circle. Summers are mild with long daylight hours, perfect for exploring the surrounding mountains and Beagle Channel. Winters bring snowfall and colder temperatures, creating a winter wonderland for skiing and snow activities. The ever-changing weather adds to the charm of this unique destination.

Top Attractions and Places to Explore in Ushuaia

Ushuaia offers a plethora of attractions that showcase the beauty of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Visit Tierra del Fuego National Park for stunning landscapes, hiking trails, and the End of the World Train. Explore the Maritime Museum to learn about Ushuaia's maritime history and Antarctic expeditions. Don't miss a boat tour to see penguins, sea lions, and glaciers up close in the Beagle Channel.

Local Cuisine: Authentic Flavors of Ushuaia

Ushuaia's culinary scene highlights fresh seafood from the surrounding waters and traditional dishes influenced by indigenous cultures. Taste king crab, known locally as centolla, grilled Patagonian lamb, and hearty stews like locro. Sample regional specialties such as calafate berry desserts and enjoy a traditional mate tea ceremony. The fusion of flavors reflects the unique heritage of this southern city.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Ushuaia

To enhance your Ushuaia experience, consider booking a cruise departing from this gateway to Antarctica. Cruises from Ushuaia offer unparalleled opportunities to explore the White Continent, witness majestic icebergs and wildlife like penguins and whales in their natural habitat. Booking a cruise from Ushuaia guarantees an unforgettable journey to one of the most remote and pristine regions on Earth.

Punta Arenas

Punta Arenas

The Regional Museum of Magallanes and the Nao Victoria Museum offer a unique vision of local history starting from its origins. The Nao Victoria Museum hosts some full-size replicas of historic ships that passed through the Strait of Magellan. You can also visit them inside. Considering the importance of the port, the best way to reach Punta Arenas is aboard a cruise ship. Choose a cruise that depart from Punta Arenas or that has this city as a stop to enjoy its unique landscape and its attractions. The city is also the ideal starting point for those who want to discover the surrounding areas. What are you waiting for? Visit our website and choose the cruise that best suits your needs and requirements!

Puerto Chacabuco

Puerto Chacabuco

Puerto Montt

Puerto Montt

Santiago

Santiago

There are many theaters, museums, and galleries in the city. Notable landmarks include the historic Plaza de Armas, the Palacio de La Moneda (the presidential palace), and the towering Gran Torre Santiago, the tallest building in Latin America.

Santiago

Santiago

There are many theaters, museums, and galleries in the city. Notable landmarks include the historic Plaza de Armas, the Palacio de La Moneda (the presidential palace), and the towering Gran Torre Santiago, the tallest building in Latin America.

Easter Island

Easter Island

Easter Island

Easter Island

Pitcairn Islands

Pitcairn Islands

Papeete

Papeete

You can dive into unique landscapes and soak up the culture and history of the region. Papeete has history, cultural heritage and natural beauty, making it a must-see place for anyone who wants to explore the magic of Tahiti and French Polynesia.

Papeete

Papeete

You can dive into unique landscapes and soak up the culture and history of the region. Papeete has history, cultural heritage and natural beauty, making it a must-see place for anyone who wants to explore the magic of Tahiti and French Polynesia.

Moorea

Moorea

Rarotonga

Rarotonga

Nuku Alofa

Nuku Alofa

Suva

Suva

Noumea

Noumea

The best way to reach Noumea is aboard a cruise ship. Choose a cruise that departs from Noumea or that has the city as a stop so you can enjoy the uniqueness of its landscape and take part in one of the many activities offered! What are you waiting for? Visit our website and choose the cruise that best suits your needs and requirements!

Tauranga

Tauranga

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.

Hobart

Hobart

The city hosts several major events and festivals, such as the Taste of Tasmania, Dark Mofo, and the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Hobart is a gateway for tourists exploring the rest of Tasmania, including destinations like Port Arthur, Bruny Island, and the wilderness of the West Coast.

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.