108 Night World Tour sailing from Rome to Venice aboard Costa Deliziosa.
Costa Deliziosa is the true jewel of the Costa fleet: stylish and comfortable at the same time, it’s a genuine expression of Italian style. The artistic project of the ship involved both young artists and grand masters.
Highlights of this cruise:
Rome, Civitavecchia, Italy
ts ancient port brings you to the heart of Roman and Etruscan civilizations, although its historic center is also a charming medieval village.
A strategic transit point for goods, but also a meeting place for cultures: you'll find vibrant evidence of these in the mosaic of its people.
A city you can’t help falling in love with: vibrant, cosmopolitan, proud, magnificent and generous, it will indulge you with exciting and vivid sensations.
St Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands
A visit to this island is like an injection of joie de vivre: let it welcome you with its friendly atmosphere, which is quick to transform into a party.
A miniature heaven set in a blue ocean, combining postcard beaches, bathed in sunshine for three thousand hours a year, with the warm hospitality of its people.
On our stopover in this city on Ecuador's Pacific coast, you can choose to spend your time relaxing on the beach or getting your fill of culture.
Lima Callao, Peru
Lively, dynamic and bustling, Lima Callao is Peru's largest and most important port, which you will have the chance to visit on a Costa cruise. Highlights include: Castillo de Real Felipe, National University of Callao, The busy port area.
San Antonio, Santiago de Chile
San Antonio is the cruise port of Chile's capital city, which is within easy reach and has its own special beauty as a modern, rapidly growing metropolis.
Easter Island, Chile
With its volcanic caves and elegant resorts overlooking the ocean, this is the mystery island of Polynesia, where you can spend all day in the sun, surrounded by a glistening ocean.
Pitcairn, United Kingdom
Pitcairn Island is a genuine paradise in the heart of the Pacific Ocean: it will be an unforgettable stop on your round the world cruise.
A slice of Tahiti, the jewel of French Polynesia, with its lush vegetation growing along fascinating paths and a magnificent paradise that you can explore by snorkeling.
Bora Bora, Polynesia
At the foot of the extinct Otemanu volcano, you can watch wonderful Polynesian canoes gliding away towards the horizon.
Tauranga, New Zealand
Tauranga is the biggest town in the Bay of Plenty region, on the North Island of New Zealand. Tauranga stands at the entrance to a large natural harbour and its beaches are very popular with surfers.
Auckland, New Zealand
In the city of sails, among miles of beaches and pleasant strolls, you’ll find all the colors and warmth of a welcoming and multi-ethnic population.
Sophisticated and harmonious, the city abounds with cultural and leisure opportunities, as well as fashionable stores where you can shop till you drop.
Discover a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, visiting its most famous sites, among breathtaking views and a thrilling social life.
The lively town of Cairns is the ideal base for exploring the region, with its many lakes and waterfalls, a large coral reef and numerous islands. Don't miss the Cairns Lagoon, in the centre of the city, and the magnificent Trinity Beach.
Rabaul, Papua New Guinea
Rabaul is an important town in Papua New Guinea, the last of a number of islands that stretch out into the Pacific from Southeast Asia.
Kobe is located in the south-eastern part of the island of Honshu, on Osaka bay.Renowned for is unique style and exotic atmosphere, Kobe boasts many places of cultural interest, including Christian churches, Shintoist shrines and Buddhist temples.
The monuments that commemorate the tragic atomic bomb of 1945 will move you, but you'll discover that the city has since become a dynamic port.
Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", China’s biggest city is also one of the largest in the world. You’ll understand why when you gaze at its unmistakable skyline.
Hong Kong, China
A piece of China with a completely different history. Be overwhelmed by the vitality of a gigantic metropolis in constant ferment.
Nha Trang, Vietnam
Among archaeological sites and towering pagodas, the coconut palms overlook beaches of crystal-clear waters. Fancy a swim?
A former British settlement which has undergone a dramatic economic development, the city state is a symbol of peaceful coexistence between different cultures, traditions and religions.
An island with ideal beaches, a rich wildlife and a captivating natural environment…but how about a walk around the streets and markets of the capital Georgetown?
Overlooking the Arabian Sea, India’s most populous city will impress you with the hustle and bustle of its busy districts.
n southern Oman, alongside archaeological treasures that bear witness to its glorious history, beautiful beaches will offer you complete relaxation.
From this landing place in Galilee, you can travel to the holy sites of the Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and Orthodox Churches: Nazareth and Bethlehem.
The island of the mythical Minotaur may be a major modern tourist center, but it proudly retains its ancient traditions.
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