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Transoceanic from Naples Cruise

  • Departure DateMon 3rd Jun 2024
  • Costa Cruises Costa Fascinosa
  • 5 Night Cruise From Naples
  • Cruise Only From £559 pp

Itinerary

  • Naples, Italy
  • Palermo
  • Cagliari
  • La Goulette
  • Malta
  • Catania, Sicily

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Day 1 - Naples, Italy

Arrive: Mon 03 June 2024 / Depart: Mon 03 June 2024 at 22:00

Naples is the heart of the Mediterranean. A unrivalled city where everything becomes a pleasant experience. The port of Naples is located right in the heart of the city and you can easily reach the city centre on foot. One of Italy’s symbolic cities: a cruise to Naples will immerse you in a universe of flavours and traditions that have developed during a history of almost 3,000 years. A shore excursion around Naples is like a visit to an open-air museum watched over by the majestic slopes of Vesuvius. The true soul of the city is Spaccanapoli in the ancient heart of the Decumani—the streets built in the Greco-Roman era—where you dodge mopeds as you stroll among the artisan workshops. It would be sacrilege to take a trip to Naples and not enter at least one of the over 500 churches in the old city. Take advantage of the break to visit Pompeii. You will be offered two shore excursions to immerse yourself in the heart of history and visit the ruins of this ancient Roman city. Then, let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of the landscapes between the Hill of Posillipo and Vesuvius. If you want to go shopping, take a trip to Spaccanapoli, the main artery of the city.

Day 2 - Palermo

Arrive: Tue 04 June 2024 at 09:00 / Depart: Tue 04 June 2024 at 18:00

Strategically placed between Europe and Africa, the island of Sicily has for centuries been a focus of military and commercial activity. And the city of Palermo is still today a fascinating centre of culture and enterprise. According to historical research, the prehistoric inhabitants of Palermo, once named Panormus because of its deep bay and anchorage, lived in caves and shelters around the 660-metre high Mount Pellegrino, which dominates the city's skyline. The city has been ruled by all the great ancient powers of the region including Greek, Punic, Roman, Carthaginian, Byzantine, Saracen, Norman, Spanish and Bourbon.

Day 3 - Cagliari

Arrive: Wed 05 June 2024 / Depart: Wed 05 June 2024

In the south of Sardinia, in the Golfo degli Angeli, stands Cagliari, a beautiful city of Carthaginian origin which provides some evocative glimpses of its Roman, Spanish and Savoy past. Despite being closer to Tunisia than Rome, Cagliari is the most Italian of Sardinia's cities, where a multitude of vespas and mopeds whizz down the tree-lined boulevards and crowded places hidden under the harbour arcades. Like many Italian cities, Cagliari is steeped in history and wherever you are, you'll find traces of its rich past: ancient Roman ruins, museums full of prehistoric artefacts, centuries-old churches and elegant palaces. What are you waiting for to explore the city with Costa Cruises? Check out our departures for a Mediterranean cruise now.

Day 4 - La Goulette

Arrive: Thu 06 June 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Thu 06 June 2024 at 17:00

Day 5 - Malta

Arrive: Fri 07 June 2024 at 11:00 / Depart: Fri 07 June 2024 at 18:00

The port of Valletta is Malta's heart. It was here that the Knights of the Order left for the Crusades from here and devoted themselves to caring for the wounded. In the Mediterranean, the port of Valletta has an important history and a strategic location. Its entrance, located between St Fort and the Sant’Angelo and Ricasoli Forts, transports you instantly into chivalrous past of the island. During your stop in Valletta you will be able to walk the streets with the colourful and decorated facades of the houses. Don’t miss a visit to the magnificent Barrakka Gardens from megalithic times, and the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Then visit Gozo to admire the scenery of natural sculptures carved by the sea.

Day 6 - Catania, Sicily

Arrive: Sat 08 June 2024 at 07:00 / Depart: Sat 08 June 2024

Costa Cruises stops in Catania on the Mediterranean cruise. This Sicilian city, proud of its ancient history, is a port that should not be missed. The stop in Catania will offer you both cultural visits, which are some of the most beautiful in Italy, and shore excursions full of wonderful surprises. Dynamic and full of energy, it will surprises with the richness of its old town and the unique sight of the lava layers on the slopes of Mount Etna. Catania, like Sicily, is rich in monuments, ancient traditions and sumptuous food, which it shares generously with the rest of the world. The port of Catania is located about 300 metres from the historic city centre. We suggest that you visit the Piazza del Duomo, symbol of the city. If you cross Via Crociferi, one of the city’s most famous streets, you come to Palazzo Biscari, one of the most impressive and majestic buildings in the whole of Sicily. Finally, you can see Mount Etna looking north, with its famous lava flows.

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