Home Cruise lines Royal Caribbean Mediterranean Voyager Of The Seas Barcelona Monday, 05 August 2024

7 nights from Barcelona (Spain) with Voyager Of The Seas

Mediterranean: Spain, France, Italy

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Cruise code VY07M73920240805
calendar_month 05 Aug 2024
from R 23 926,04
Price per person incl. taxes

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Cruise itinerary

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    Monday, 05 August 2024 - 05:00
    Barcelona chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 06 August 2024 08:00 - 06:00
    Valencia chevron_right
  • location_off Wednesday, 07 August 2024
    Navigation
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    Thursday, 08 August 2024 07:00 - 08:00
    Nice chevron_right
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    Friday, 09 August 2024 08:00 - 06:00
    Ajaccio chevron_right
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    Saturday, 10 August 2024 07:00 - 08:00
    Livorno chevron_right
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    Sunday, 11 August 2024 07:00 - 06:00
    Santa Margherita chevron_right
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    Monday, 12 August 2024 05:30
    Civitavecchia chevron_right
Barcelona

Barcelona

Valencia

Valencia

Nice

Nice

Ajaccio

Ajaccio

The largest city in Corsica has all the attractions of a typical French Mediterranean resort, with beaches, palm trees, street cafés and a picturesque mountain range in the background.

If you didn't already know that Napoleon Bonaparte was born in Ajaccio, you will find out after just a few minutes of being here. With a glitzy marina, designer boutiques and trendy restaurants, Corsica's cosmopolitan capital honours its famous 'son' with street names, statues and various excellent museums.

Ajaccio is located in the most protected part of the Gulf of Ajaccio, an inlet of the Corsican Sea at the mouth of the Gravona and Prunelli rivers.

Its name comes from the Greek word 'Agation' (good port), due to its privileged position on the coast. The city has been occupied by the Romans, Pisans, and Genoese who built a fortifed citadel in 1492, and was populated by the Lunigiana families, including the Bonapartes. In 1769, one year after French occupation began, the city's most illustrious citizen was born: Napoleon.

Livorno

Livorno

Santa Margherita

Santa Margherita

Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia

The port town of Civitavecchia is about an hour away from the Italian capital and is where ships will dock before bringing lucky holidaymakers into the city of Rome. It is an important port for cruise ships and ferries, connecting to Corsica, Sardinia and Barcelona. Civitavecchia is a town in the heart of Lazio. It is a small, sleepy town that overlooks the sea from behind the busy and chaotic commercial port.

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.