for 9 nights
Enjoy a fabulous 9-night cruise to Italy, France & Spain including visits to Sardinia, Mallorca, and Ibiza onboard the stunning 4-star Norwegian Prima.
- Flight from Dublin to Rome
- Airport transfers to the port in Civitavecchia
- 9 nights onboard the 4* Norwegian Prima
- Fine dining on a full-board basis
- One meal in speciality restaurants included
- All-Inclusive drinks packageincluding spirits, beer, wine, cocktails, soft-drinks, juice, coffee, and tea
- A variety of day & evening entertainment onboard
- Internet Package included
- $50 per cabin shore excursion credit per port
- Return transfer from port to airport
- Flight from Barcelona to Dublin
- Taxes, charges and 20kg check-in bag per person
Take a 9-day cruise starting in Spain and travelling through France and Italy on Norwegian Prima-Norwegian’s newest and most innovative ship. Start your Italian journey in Tuscany where the Livorno port is your gateway to Florence and Pisa, a region packed with art, history and delicious wine. In fact, there’s so much to explore, you’ll have two full days to do it all. Then you’ll move on to Marseille, the oldest city in France where you can snap a picture of beautiful terra-cotta buildings. In Spain, take a stroll down cobblestone streets, through olive and fig trees in Ibiza.
Cruise itinerary is subject to change.
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To the trailblazers and the tastemakers. To the first-time seekers and explorers of the extraordinary. This one was made for you. Welcome aboard Norwegian Prima, the first in a new class of ships designed to elevate every expectation. Explore the greater wide open with the most outdoor deck space of any new cruise ship. Unwind in our most spacious accommodations and enjoy first-rate service so you won’t wait a second for that second round. Be the first to take a 360° seaside stroll along the new Ocean Boulevard. Take your taste buds on a delicious journey through the Indulge Food Hall. Or dip into the horizon in one of our infinity pools. Discover a new experience at sea aboard Norwegian Prima.
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Prices are per person based on two sharing
Inclusive of taxes and service charges as indicated
Non-refundable deposit of €250 per person
Optional Insurance €29 (conditions apply)
Child and family prices available on request
Gratuities on board are not included in the above price
These prices are guidelines only and are subject to change and availability. Pricing will be confirmed at time of booking.
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
On arrival, you will be transferred to the port to board the fantastic cruise ship Norwegian Prima.
While Milan may be home to all things chic, Florence to all that is worthy in art and Rome to historical grandeur, Naples can outdo them all in one count with its sheer ‘Napoletanità’!
Naples offers a mix of breathtaking beauty and a strong sense of life being lived to its limits.
Squeezed between Vesuvius, Europe’s second-largest active volcano on one side and the sulphurous springs and boiling mud pools of the Flegrean fields on the other, Naples and its famous blue bay is a ‘must-see’ city along your cruise.
Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
From an cruise ship on the Mediterranean Sea, the view of Cagliari, Sardinia’s capital and main port, is striking. Crowned by its historic nucleus squeezed within a protective ring of Pisan fortifications, Cagliari’s setting is enhanced by the calm lagoons to the east and west of the city, a habitat for cranes, cormorants and flamingos. During your excursion to the centre of Cagliari, the promenades along Via Manno are the smartest you’ll see in Sardinia. These then drop down to the noisier Piazza Yenne and Largo Carlo Felice, around which most of the shops, restaurants, banks and hotels are located. At the bottom of Cagliari, the porticos of portside Via Roma shelter more shops and bars. Cagliari’s main attractions are the archaeological museum with its captivating collection of nuraghic statuettes, the city walls with their two Pisan towers looking down over the Mediterranean Sea and the port, and the cathedral – all within easy distance of each other. There are also a sprinkling of Roman remains, including an impressive amphitheatre, while nearby excursions include Nora, the most complete ancient site on Sardinia, and the islands of Sant’Antioco and San Pietro.
Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy
Tuscany’s third-largest city is a quintessential port town with a colourful history and cosmopolitan heritage. Declared a free port in the 17th century, Livorno (Leghorn in English) attracted traders from across the globe, who brought with them new customs and habits, exotic goods, slaves and foreign forms of worship. The result was a city famed throughout Europe for its multiculturalism. Today its seafood is the best on the Tyrrhenian coast, its shabby historic quarter threaded with Venetian-style canals is full of character, and its elegant belle époque buildings offer evocative reminders of a prosperous past. An easy train trip from Florence, Pisa and Rome, it makes an understated but undeniably worthwhile stop on any Tuscan itinerary.
Glamorous Cannes sets camera flashes popping at its film festival in May when stars pose in tuxes and full-length gowns on the red carpet. But the glitz doesn’t end there. Throughout the year, as you walk among the designer bars, couture shops and palaces of La Croisette, the wealth and glamour of this city cannot fail to impress. Admiring Ferraris and Porsches and celebrity-spotting on the chic sunlounger-striped beaches and liner-sized yachts moored at the port are perennial Cannes pastimes.
Whether Cannes’ soul has managed to survive its celebrity-playground status is another question, but there’s still enough natural beauty to make a trip worthwhile: the harbour, the bay, the clutch of offshore islands and the old quarter, Le Suquet, all spring into life on a sunny day. And with the city’s famous beaches benefiting from a serious facelift in 2019, there’s suddenly lots more space to lay your towel!
Whether it is basking in the Mediterranean sunshine or being cooled bythe famous Mistral wind France’s second largest city and the capital of theProvence- Côte d’Azurregion, is always a fascinating place to visit and a wonderful place for a leisurely lunch.
As France’s most important port, Marseille boasts connections with Africa, Italy and Spain. The strong mistral wind blows away all traces of pollution and provides a clarity of air so pure that many famous artists have been attracted to the city: Cézanne; Braque; Derain; Dufy and Marquet.
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Palma is a stunner. Rising in honey-coloured stone from the broad waters of the Badia de Palma, this enduring city dates back to the 13th-century Christian reconquest of the island, and to the Moors, Romans and Talayotic people before that. A richly studded diadem of historical sites, Palma also shelters a seemingly endless array of galleries, restaurants, craft studios and bars – it’s without doubt Mallorca’s greatest treasure. Wander in any direction from the awe-inspiring Gothic Catedral at its geographic and historical heart and you’ll find bent medieval streets lined with aristocratic townhouses, looming baroque churches, teeming public squares, vibrant bohemian neighbourhoods and markets overflowing with all the bounty of the island. You could spend weeks in this city alone, and still uncover fresh joys every day.
All-night raver, boho-cool hippy, blissed-out beach lover – Ibiza is all this and more to the many, many fans who have a soft spot for the Balearics’ party-hard sister. In summer the cream of the world’s DJs (David Guetta, Sven Väth, Armin van Buuren et al) descends on the island, making it the ultimate destination for clubbers. Ibiza’s modest population is swallowed whole by the seven-million-odd tourists that arrive en masse each year, and nowhere does sunset chilling or boho-glam style quite like the White Isle.
But there’s more to this sun-kissed, beach-bejewelled, pine-clad island than meets the bleary eye. Step off the beaten track for a spell in a rural hotel, a hidden hamlet, a hushed church or on a secluded north-coast cove to discover Ibiza’s surprisingly peaceful side. Or roam the ramparts of Ibiza Town’s World Heritage-listed Dalt Vila to immerse yourself in the island’s rich history and heritage.
Following breakfast onboard, you will be invited to disembark the Norwegian Prima and you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Dublin.
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