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    7 Night cruise sailing from Rome to Monte Carlo onboard Azamara Journey.

    This intensive Italian discovery begins in the Eternal City of Rome, so you’ll probably want to arrive a few days early to take in the most iconic sites—from Vatican City, the Colosseum, and the Spanish Steps, to the Roman Forum and Trevi Fountain.

    In Porto Torres, on Sardinia, step back in time through the island’s many historic sites. Must-sees include the San Gavino Basilica—the island’s largest and oldest Roman church—and the ancient Aragonese Tower, built in 1325.

    We then stay late in Portoferraio, on Elba, where Napoleon spent a decade in exile. Be sure to visit his villas, San Martino and Villa dei Mulini, and take a cable car climb to the top of scenic Mount Capanne. With an overnight in Livorno, you’ll be at the gateway to Florence’s classics—the David, the Duomo, and the Uffizi Gallery, among others—and Pisa, where the famous leaning tower awaits.

    A late stay in Portovenere follows, where brightly-colored houses hug the harbor below the spectacular Castello Doria. A trip up the hill rewards with stunning panoramic views of the Gothic-era San Pietro Church, rugged cliffs, and the scenic harbor.

    After Santa Margherita, your voyage concludes in glamorous Monte Carlo. Roll the dice in the famous Grand Casino, and spend a few extra days exploring this dazzling cliff-side city.

    Highlights of this cruise:

    Civitavecchia, (Rome), Italy
    Always enchanting, the Eternal City will captivate you—no matter how many times you visit. Walk in the steps of gladiators at the Coliseum, channel your inner statesman at the Forum, or gaze up in wonder at Michelangelo's masterwork at St. Peter's Basilica. Pasta and vino are a must, and there are plenty of places to relax and refuel after a day of exploration.

    Porto Torres, (Sardinia), Italy
    Explore Sardinia’s rugged coastline. Near the iconic Basilica di San Gavino you’ll find Balai Beach—one of the most popular beaches in Porto Torres. For archaeology fans, there's Sardinia’s mysterious stone Nuraghe. For hiking enthusiasts, follow one of the many of trails through deep gorges, lush forests, and cascading waterfalls. If you're looking for a dazzlingly beautiful escape, you’ve found it.

    Portoferraio, Elba, Italy
    Did you know Napoleon was once exiled to the island of Elba for ten long years? You can learn all about it at the Archaeological Civic Museum. History not your thing? Why not climb to the top of Medici Fortress, take an open cable car to the peak of Mount Capanne, or enjoy performances in Vigilanti Theatre. No matter your choice, you're sure to wonder why Napoleon ever wanted to leave.

    Livorno, (Florence & Pisa), Italy
    The port city of Livorno has many charms of its own: the canals of La Venezia Nuova (New Venice), which date back to the Medici era, the Mercato Centrale, and the chessboard-style Terrazza Mascagni promenade, to name a few. But Livorno is also the gateway to the magnificent art and architecture, palaces, churches and museums of Florence, as well as Pisa’s famous leaning tower. Decisions, decisions!

    Portovenere, Italy
    When you picture classic Italian romance, the setting could be Portovenere. Stroll along winding cobblestone streets to San Pietro Church, which sits upon a site that’s believed to have once been a temple to Venus. And be sure to visit Grotta Dell’Arpaia, where poet Lord Byron used to relax during the 1820s. It’s easy to see how he was inspired to write some of his most romantic works here.

    Santa Margherita, (Portofino), Italy
    Don’t miss Castello di Santa Margherita, a castle built in 1550 by the Republic of Genoa as a defense against pirate attacks. The main city square, Piazza Mazzini, is lined with colorful palaces just begging to be Instagrammed. Finally, find yourself seated a waterfront café with both glass of wine and menu in hand, as you watch fishermen unload their catch—and your meal—of the day.

    Monte-Carlo, Monaco
    You don’t need luck on your side to have an unforgettable time in Monte Carlo! Home to the legendary Grand Casino and the Monaco Grand Prix—one of the world’s most prestigious sporting events—Monte Carlo lives up to its reputation in every way. Drive the Monaco Grand Prix route in a performance vehicle, visit the Grand Casino, or roll the dice and explore the breathtaking beauty of the city.

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      • Departing:4 Jun 20
      • From:Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
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Information on this website has been obtained from the various Cruise Companies represented, however as the cruise industry is constantly changing and this information should be used as a guide only. We are unable to take responsibility for incorrect information and you must confirm all details the time of booking.