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    3 Night Cruise sailing return from Rio de Janeiro onboard MSC Preziosa.

    Welcome to MSC Preziosa, our precious new flagship, created so you can savour the pleasures of the Mediterranean spirit on unforgettable voyages of exploration all over the world. Experience the beauty of select natural materials radiating Mediterranean light and colour - including a real stone piazza - alongside spectacular features such as sweeping Swarovski grand staircases and a magical ‘infinity’ pool. Relish award-winning favourites: The sublime MSC Aurea Spa with beauty and wellness treatments that melt every tension away. The secluded luxury of MSC Yacht Club’s exclusive suites, butler service, dedicated facilities and private decks - all offering privileged access to the word-class leisure on board, including a full-gaming casino and Broadway-scale theatre.

    Discover innovations exclusive to MSC Preziosa, bringing our guests irresistible new opportunities to tailor every moment to their tastes and moods. Like the splash-packed fun and games of the Doremi Castle kids aqua park, or the swooping thrills of Vertigo, the longest single-rider water slide on the seas. Or the open-kitchen Galaxy restaurant, boasting delicious all-day dining and a panoramic disco that keeps the beat ‘til late.

    Want to sunbathe in peace and privacy? Soak up the sun in style in this adults-only sanctuary of serenity. Top 18 boasts premium deck space and stunning sea views, not forgetting its own dedicated spa service, bar menu and complimentary fruit skewers. For groups of friends, couples looking for a romantic hideaway or parents looking for some quiet time, Top 18 is the perfect place to relax, unwind and watch the waves go by. There’s all this and more to discover at your own pace on MSC Preziosa, living Mediterranean style, savouring every precious moment to the full as you explore the most beautiful places on earth from the sea.

    Highlights of this cruise:

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Think Rio de Janeiro, think carnival city. Think samba rhythms, sunshine, warm hospitality, colours and a true holiday atmosphere. Rio, also known as the Cidade Maravilhosa, or ‘The Marvelous City’ is Brazil’s second largest city. Many first-time visitors to Rio will be keen to view the city’s major landmarks, such as the giant statue of Christ (Christo Redentor) which is located on top of Corcovado Mountain or Sugarloaf Mountain, a granite monolith also situated in the city. Nature lovers will be bowled over by the beauty of Tijuca Forest, which, at 32 square kilometres is the largest urban forest on the planet. Indeed, many beautiful attractions abound in Rio, not least the city’s famous beaches, from the Copacabana to the Ipanema, two of the most glorious stretches of white sand and perfect for a spot of sun lounging! If you’re hungry for a real city experience, opt for the grand tour of Rio de Janeiro (note to football fans – whatever team you support, a trip to Maracana, the largest football stadium in the world, is a must see).

    Ilhabela, Brazil
    Without a shadow of a doubt, Ilhabela is one of the most beautiful spots on the Brazilian coast between Santos and Rio. When you step ashore from your MSC cruise ship you’ll feel surrounded by nature. Of volcanic origin, the island’s startling mountainous scenery rises to 1370m and is covered in dense tropical foliage. With 83 percent of the island protected within the boundaries of the Parque Estadual de Ilhabela, the dozens of waterfalls, beautiful beaches and azure seas have contributed to the island’s popularity. Old or new, most of the buildings are in simple Portuguese-colonial styles – as far removed from brash Guarujá as you can get. The island is a haunt of São Paulo’s rich who maintain large and discreetly located homes on the coast, many of which have mooring facilities for luxury yachts or helicopter landing-pads. Almost all of the island’s 30,000 inhabitants live along the sheltered western shore, with the small village of Vila Ilhabela (often referred to as “Centro”) serving as the main population centre. On an MSC South America cruise excursion you can visit Vila Ilhabela, which has a few pretty colonial buildings, dominated by the Igreja Matriz, a little church completed in 1806. Situated on a hill, the white-and-blue wedding cake-like building has a Spanish-marble floor and provides both a cool retreat from the sun and a good view over the area.

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      • Departing:2 Dec 20
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