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Queen Victoria Mediterranean Cruise

1.266€

About this cruise

Embark on an 8-day cruise in the Mediterranean, starting from Civitavecchia and sailing to Barcelona on the Queen Victoria ship. Discover enchanting destinations in Italy, France, and Spain along the way.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (1.266€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
08/07/2024 - 15/07/2024 1.890€ 1.890€ 2.410€ 6.000€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
08/07/2024 - 15/07/2024 2.540€ 2.710€ 3.130€ 6.110€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
08/07/2024 - 15/07/2024 2.580€ 2.980€ 3.180€ 6.500€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
08/07/2024 - 15/07/2024 2.580€ 2.980€ 3.180€ 6.500€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. The Italian capital Rome is also called "the Eternal City", because the pulsating metropolis still harbors valuable, world-famous treasures from antiquity. The most important attractions of the city include the "Baths of Caracalla", the Imperial Forum, the Colosseum, the "Piazza Navona", the fountain of the god Neptune, and of course St. Peter`s Basilica with Michelangelo`s dome.

Day 2: Livorno (Florence), Italy. Livorno is about 20 km away from Pisa. With its 180,000 inhabitants, the city is the second largest in Tuscany. Through the "Fossi Medici" (Medici Canals), the canals of the so-called new Venice, which connect the fortress with the port, you can reach the "Piazza Grande" with the cathedral of "San Francesco". Along the "Viale Italia" you can walk to the Terrazza Mascagni, from where you have a magnificent view of the sea and the opposite island of Gorgona. In addition, the municipal aquarium "Diacinto Cestoni" is located on the seafront, which is also the university center for marine biology.

Day 3: Sea day.

Day 4: Toulon, France. The beauty of the French naval port of Toulon is best appreciated when approaching it from the sea: the coastline has deeply cut bays, golden sandy beaches, and picturesque small fishing ports. The Quai de Stalingrad stretches around the old harbor basin with the newly built houses from after 1945. The portal of the old town hall, supported by the famous giant figures by the sculptor Puget (mid-17th century), is integrated into the facade of the Navy Museum, behind which the old town extends with its picturesque alleyways. Other notable museums are the Musée de Toulon, the Musée d`Art, the Musée d`Histoire Naturelle, and the Musée du Vieux Toulon. The most remarkable buildings include the Romanesque church of Sainte Marie Majeure, the church of Saint Louis, and a large military hospital. The Cours La Fayette, where the fruit and vegetable market is held in the morning, is always bustling with activity.

Day 5: Sea day.

Day 6: Valencia, Spain. Valencia, located on the east coast of Spain, was founded by the Romans and later occupied by the Moors in the early Middle Ages before being reconquered by the Christians. The old town is home to numerous remarkable buildings, such as the cathedral dating back to 1262, whose bell tower is the symbol of Valencia, and the Church of Saint Catherine. Visitors can also explore the well-preserved towers of the medieval city wall. For relaxation, a trip on the modern tram to one of Valencia`s many beaches is highly recommended. Notable sights include: the Cathedral, Basilica de la Virgen de los Desamparados, Imperial Monastery, Church of San Nicolas, Church of San Martin, La Lonja de la Seda, City Hall, Central Market, Colon Market, Estacion del Norte, Turia Gardens, City of Arts and Sciences.

Day 7: Palma (Mallorca), Balearic Islands. The port of Palma de Mallorca can accommodate eight cruise ships at the same time. These can dock at the northwest or southwest quays as well as the West Pier. The city center is located about 6 to 7 km from the West Pier and about 5 km from the northwest or southwest quay. A shuttle service is offered, which costs around €9 per person. However, you can also reach the city center of the capital of the Balearic Islands by bus. Palma de Mallorca forms an economic and cultural center of Mallorca. In the 13th and 14th centuries, the city developed into an important trading center in the western Mediterranean region. Trade brought the city wealth and prestige. Most of the major historical buildings in Mallorca also date back to that time. Life pulsates in Palma both on the shaded boulevard Passeig des Born and in the small alleys of the old town. Palma still has a particularly attractive city center as a modern metropolis, with a noteworthy cathedral "la Seu" - with Gothic towers, the "Almudaina" palace - the former residence of Mallorcan royal families, and the "La Llotja" stock exchange. The "Mercat Olivar" market hall can also be found here and is popular with the locals.

Day 8: Barcelona, Spain. The city is a successful blend of tradition and modernity. Here you can find both historical buildings from the Middle Ages and modern architecture. Barcelona is considered the most important economic center of Catalonia. In terms of culture, the Mediterranean metropolis has a lot to offer, including the Picasso Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the National Art Museum of Catalonia. In the Gothic old town "Barri Gotic" you will find the Cathedral "La Seu" from the 13th century. However, the symbol of Barcelona is the church "Sagrada Familia", designed by Antonio Gaudí. Barcelona is bustling both during the day with business activities and at night with an active nightlife. Another attraction is the "Rambles", the magnificent promenade located in the center, with numerous street cafes, shops, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Furthermore, one should not miss "El Puerto", the harbor with its beautiful view over Barcelona and the nearby boulevard "Paseo de Colón".