10 NIGHT MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE
Oceania – Sirena 15th July 2019
Join Oceania Sirena in Rome on this magical Mediterranean Cruise with ports of call at: Civitavecchia (Rome), Livorno (Florence/Pisa), La Spezia, Calvi, Portofino, Monte Carlo, Antibes, Marseille, Palma (Mallorca), Valencia, Barcelona.
||Board your ship between 12 noon and 3 p.m.
| All Flights
|10 Night Cruise
|On Board Gratuity
YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA
Oceania – Sirena
Elegant sister ship to charming Regatta which embodies the most treasured elements of Oceania’s celebrated fleet, and offers a few highlights of her own. With the introduction of two fresh culinary offers Sirena will offer even more ways to savor the finest cuisine at sea. Tuscan Steak, a brand new specialty restaurant, will serve Italian favourites, succulent steaks and fresh seafood inspired by Toscana and Polo Grill. The Grand Dining Room will offer a surprise transformation into Jacques Bistro during lunch, which will serve classic French fare. Also featuring the beloved restaurant Red Ginger,Sirena will invite you to enjoy bold Asian cuisine in a fresh new way. As part of her refurbishment, Sirena will also undergo a major re-design, exuding a crisp and modern elegance. These palatial accommodations will feature custom-made furnishing enhanced with lustrous fabrics, stone and rich walnut accents. A truly Six Star luxury at sea experience.
Facilities on board
- Canyon Ranch Luxury Spa
- Spectacular on-board production shows
- Elegant pool area with sun deck and hot-tubs
- Complimentary room service 24 hours a day
- Speciality and gourmet dining
- Tonnage 30,277
- Passenger capacity684
- Total Crew 373
- Total Cabins 342
- Decks 11
Day 1: Civitavecchia (Rome)
Embark your ship – Oceania Sirena
Rome is often described as being the world’s biggest open air museum – The Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain where a tossed coin promises your return to the Eternal City. Take a walking tour of its many historical landmarks and enjoy the food, the culture, the ambience, and the surrounding scenery. There is no doubt you’ll learn the meaning of la dolce vita (the sweet life) when you visit Rome.
Day 2: Livorno
The cradle of the Renaissance and home to the Uffizi Gallery which is only rivalled by the Louvre for its collection of Renaissance masterpieces. You can also make your way to the world famous tower of Pisa which took over 177 years to build and has been leaning since construction began in 1173.
Day 3: La Spezia
Surrounded by coastal villages and rural countryside, La Spezia is a busy, bustling city. It offers good-value restaurants and some renowned museums. The colourful fishing villages of Cinque Terre are easily accessible by train, and you can walk along the coast path that connects them to enjoy a stunning view of the sea.
Day 4: Calvi
Calvi is a small and stunningly beautiful beach resort town on the Island of Corsica and just down the road at Ajaccio is the birthplace of Napoléon Bonaparte. Explore the centuries-old fortress Citadel of Calvi, a remarkable example of Genoese architecture; and relish time relaxing on one of Corsica’s secluded white sand beaches.
Day 5: Portofino
Portofino is located in the province of Genoa, on the Italian Riviera. It is both fishing village and upmarket resort, famous for its historical association with the rich and famous, such as, Princess Grace, Richard Burton and Liz Taylor. Portofino was originally named Portus Delphini due to the abundance of dolphins and whales found in its sapphire coloured waters. This is a divers haven of red coral. Pastel coloured buildings rim the picturesque harbour filled with luxury yachts, surrounded by steep verdant climbs.
Day 6: Monte Carlo
The tiny Principality of Monaco has a fairy-tale palace, millionaire ambiance and movie star good looks. Monte Carlo surrounded by yachts bobbing in La Condamine harbour is the jewel in the crown. Sip a Monaco cocktail of grenadine, lemonade and while you soak up the sheer ambiance of the place. Visit the Prince’s Palace, the Oceanographic Museum or the ‘must see’ when in Monte Carlo the Grand Casino.
Day 7: Antibes
Antibes lies on the Mediterranean in the Côte d’Azur, located between Cannes and Nice. You could spend every day at the beach in Antibes and feel you’ve had a rewarding trip. But make a point of exploring Antibes’ Old Town, called by some the cultural heart of the Côte d’Azur. Visit the Musée Picasso for its splendid artwork, sculpture terrace, and breath-taking views of the Mediterranean.
Day 8: Marseille
Marseille is France’s second largest city and a virtual melting pot of peoples and cultures with a salty city with a feel and culture all its own. Dominating the harbor is the infamous Chateau d’If, the rocky prison from which Alexandre Dumas’ Count of Monte Cristo escaped. Marseille is also your gateway to Provence. Also try the renowned bouillabaisse or tour the lovely towns and vineyards of Provence.
Day 9: Palma (Mallorca)
Palma is Mallorca’s major port, and the summer holiday spot of choice for Spain’s royal family. Explore the lovely old quarter and step into the past in the historic churches, then get a taste of contemporary Palma in the city’s lively tapas bars. Visit the Arab Baths, the Moorish Palace and the Mallorca Museum, buy a string of Mallorca pearls or for outstanding views of the harbour take a ride on the wooden train to Soller.
Day 10: Valencia
Valencia is a popular and picturesque resort known for its pavement cafes, parties and paella. The old city is a great place to begin with the Valencia Cathedral and once inside you can climb the octagonal Miguelete Bell Tower to see sweeping views. In the new town you can see the stunning and ultramodern ‘City of Arts and Sciences’ with its fantastically shaped soaring glass palaces.
Day 11: Barcelona
Disembark your ship – Sirena