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Divina, Spain France Italy ex Valencia Return

Ship: MSC Divina View ship details

Cruise Line: MSC Cruises

Selected Sailing Date: 17 Oct 2019

Drinks on Us* - Book Before 31 January 2019!

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Cabin Twin Triple Quad Single
I1 - Inside Bella N/A
I2 - Inside Fantastica N/A
O1 - Oceanview Bella N/A
O2 - Oceanview Fantastica N/A
B1 - Balcony cabin Bella N/A
B2 - Balcony cabin Fantastica
B3 - Balcony Cabin Aurea N/A
SP3 - Suite Aurea with Sealed Panoramic Window (from Apr 18) N/A
S3 - Suite Aurea with Balcony N/A
YC1 - Deluxe Suite in the Yacht Club N/A
FLA - Super Family Fantastica cabin N/A
YC2 - Executive & Family Suite in the Yacht Club N/A

** Pricing is Per Person, including all taxes.

* Fares displayed are lowest available and may not include Promotional Benefits

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Cruise Description

7 Night Cruise sailing from Valencia roundtrip aboard MSC Divina.

Look out for our new goddess of the seas, MSC Divina, the third ship in the Fantasia Class. Modelled on her sister-ships, MSC Splendida and MSC Fantasia, she features some remarkable enhancements.

The gorgeous Infinity Pool in the aft of the ship, with its “beach zone” adjoining the glass balustrade, offers a unique view of the ship’s wake fading into the sunset. And if you’re travelling in the expanded MSC Yacht Club, you can relax in style in the Top Sail Lounge.

Your cruise ship is your first and last destination each day. As well as a hotel, spa, sports club, shopping centre and entertainment complex, it should also be a place where you can enjoy a cosy coffee break, a quiet stroll or a romantic drink beneath the stars.

Highlights of this cruise:

Marseille
When cruising southern France, you have to know that Marseille is the most renowned and populated metropolitan area in the country after Paris and Lyon. When you alight from your MSC cruise ship, the cafés around the Vieux Port, where glistening fish are sold straight off the boats on quai des Belges, are wonderful spots to observe the city’s street life.

Particularly good in the afternoon is the north (Le Panier) side, where the terraces are sunnier and the views better. The best view of the Vieux Port is from the Palais du Pharo, on the headland beyond Fort St-Nicolas, or, for a wider angle, from Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, the city’s Second Empire landmark atop the La Garde hill. To the north of the Vieux Port is the oldest part of Marseille, Le Panier, where, up until the last war, tiny streets, steep steps Mediterranean introduction and houses of every era formed a vieille ville typical of the Côte.

Genoa
Genoa is marvellously eclectic, vibrant and full of rough-edged style; it’s a great cruise excursion.
Indeed “La Superba” (The Superb), as it was known at the height of its authority as a Mediterranean superpower, boasts more zest and intrigue than all the surrounding coastal resorts put together.

During a holiday to Genoa you can explore its old town: a dense and fascinating warren of medieval alleyways home to large palazzi built in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries by Genoa’s wealthy mercantile families and now transformed into museums and art galleries. You should seek out the Cattedrale di San Lorenzo, the Palazzo Ducale, and the Renaissance palaces of Via Garibaldi which contain the cream of Genoa’s art collections, as well as furniture and decor from the grandest days of the city’s past, when its ships sailed to all corners of the Mediterranean Sea.

Rome
Rome is one of the most popular cities in the world and is a history lesson in itself. Key sites include the Vatican City, The Forum, the Colosseum and the ruins of the Circus Maximus. There are many museums and art galleries, with works by Raphael, Bottecelli, Pinturicchio and Belini and many more.

The Vatican City has many spectacular buildings and churches to visit principle amongst which is the Sistine Chapel with its Michelangelo ceiling. It is the world's smallest independent sovereign state and also features St. Peter's Basilica was built over 1,500 years ago the Vatican Library hand the Vatican Garden.

Modern Rome is a city of restaurants, open piazza's, wonderful shopping and more.

Palermo
A holiday to Italy with MSC Cruises is the perfect chance to visit the regional capital of Sicily. A fascinating, bustling, colourful port, Palermo yet holds an unrivalled display of Norman art and architecture and Baroque churches, combined with a warren of medieval streets and markets.

With Sicily’s greatest concentration of sights, and the biggest historic centre in Italy bar Rome, Palermo is a complex, multilayered port that can easily feel overwhelming if you try to do or see too much in one Mediterranean cruise visit.

Cagliari
From 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.

Palma
Palma is a vibrant place and a world away from the heaving tourist enclaves of the surrounding bay.

MSC Cruises shore excursions can be a clever option to enjoy Palma. Finding your way around Palma is fairly straightforward once you’re in the city centre. The obvious landmark to see in Palma on your cruise holiday is the Catedral, which dominates the Mediterranean Sea waterfront and backs onto the oldest part of the city, a cluster of alleys and narrow lanes whose northern and eastern limits are marked by the zigzag of avenues built beside – or in place of – the city walls.

Valencia
For many, Valencia’s enviable perch on the Mediterranean Sea would be enough of a draw in itself. Spain’s third-largest city and one of the main ports of call on an MSC Mediterranean cruise, Valencia has finally shaken off its former slightly provincial reputation.
In the last decade and a half, the vast, iconic Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias cultural complex has been established, the state-of-the-art metro has continued to expand and dozens of hip new bars, restaurants and boutiques have injected new life into the historic centre. Valencia has also fully redeveloped its beach and port area, as is evident even from your cruise ship.

Valid on selected departures only. Excludes Far East, USA & Canada, South Africa, South America & Grand Voyages (Grand Voyages until April 2019). Drinks package is available for drinks priced up to €6 for Med, Northern Europe, Emirates, West Indies & ex Cuba cruises. For Caribbean ex USA the package is based on selected drinks menu for unlimited consumption. Only valid for the first 2 passengers. Valid for Inside, Oceanview & Balcony Bella & Fantastica experiences. (*See T&C's Below)


Terms & Conditions

*Conditions: Drinks package included for the first 2 passengers in the booking. 3rd and 4th adults and children drinks packages will be charged at normal rates as all passengers in the booking must have the drinks package. Onboard credit offer valid for first 2 passengers in booking only for Aurea and Yacht Club. Valid on selected departures. March, 2019 departures only available on MSC Bellissima and MSC Seaside 30 March, 2019. Excludes World Cruise 2020, Far East, USA & Canada, South Africa, South America and Grand Voyages until April 2019. Grand Voyages only include drinks package. No other bundling is included. Grand Med transfer included for first 2 passengers only. 3rd and 4th adults and children must pay transfer cost one-way ($150). Itineraries are subject to change at any time without notice. The promotion is subject to change or withdrawal without notice, is cabin capacity controlled and subject to availability. Easy drinks package includes unlimited consumption of drinks priced up to €6 for Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Emirates, West Indies and ex Cuba cruises. For Caribbean cruises ex USA, the Easy package is based on selected drinks menu for unlimited consumption.