9 Night Cruise sailing from Rome return onboard Disney Magic.
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Highlights of this cruise:
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
Awe over the city’s history and delight at the sight of architectural marvels that stand proudly intact to this day. A quick trip will take you from the Mediterranean coast into Rome, one of the most celebrated cities in the world, where you'll find awe-inspiring relics that remain from the days when this city represented a paragon of power and modern civilization.
Messina (Sicily), Italy
Known as the door to the island of Sicily, Messina is a city of contrasts, with architecture from different eras and influences set against the crystalline blue of the Strait of Messina in southern Italy. Messina is carved into the cliffs, boldly jutting out into the Strait of Messina and close to the Italian mainland, linked to the Greek myth of Scylla and Charybdis in Homer’s Odyssey. The third largest city in Sicily, Messina offers amazing places to visit, telling a story going back to medieval Europe, while hosting a thriving metropolis with plenty to see and do. Discover authentic Sicilian food, seasoned with the flavors of southern Italy.
Explore this area with its rugged cliffs overlooking the bright blue waters of the Aegean Sea, majestic mountains, lava-sand beaches and charming villages.
Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Discover Piraeus, Greece’s largest port located on the outskirts of the capital city, Athens—the center of Ancient Greece.
Soak in this picturesque Greek island in the middle of the Aegean Sea, renowned for its whitewashed buildings and beautiful beaches.
Heraklion (Crete), Greece
Enjoy scenic Heraklion—the capital city of the island of Crete—which is abundant with lively Greek culture. Heraklion (Crete) is the fifth largest city in Greece, so expect a true metropolis—but with friendly people and intriguing antiquities.
When you look beyond the traffic and other features of city life, Heraklion is relaxing as well as exhilarating. Browse a healthy variety of eateries overlooking the marina for tasty seafood, or follow the scent of oven-fresh bread to bakeries. Stroll by various historic buildings that have been repurposed as the island’s political winds changed. Along the way, you’ll find the people of the area engaging and helpful.
Naples (Pompeii), Italy
Discover the wonders of Naples—capital of the fertile Campania region in sunny southern Italy. Naples is one of the hottest tourist destinations in all of Europe. Visitors are transported back thousands of years when witnessing this age-old city dotted with Medieval, Baroque and Renaissance-era churches and castles. The past is inescapable—from the ancient Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, to the plethora of historical museums. Naples is also recognized as the birth place of pizza, so be sure to grab a slice before sampling gelato for a refreshing treat! This stunning destination is situated on Italy's west coast near the Gulf of Naples, in the shadow of Mt. Vesuvius. Dating back 2,800 years, Naples is among the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Originally established by Greek settlers, it became a major cultural center of the Roman Empire. Today, it is the third most populated city in Italy, with some one million residents.
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