Edge, Italy & Best of Greek Islands ex Rome Return

EU Mediterranean

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10 Night Cruise sailing from Rome roundtrip aboard Celebrity Edge.

10 Night Cruise sailing from Rome roundtrip aboard Celebrity Edge.

Celebrity Cruises, the company that brought you modern luxury cruising, has done it again. Introducing a revolutionary new ship that’s poised to change the way you experience the world—and a new class of ships designed to shatter all expectations.

When it came time to choose a name for this visionary vessel, we looked to the very thing that makes this ship so unique: the fact that during two years of exploration and excitement, every single design element has been taken to the leading edge of possibility. The name was right there in front of us.

Celebrity Edge. The first in our new Edge Class of ships designed to leave the future behind.

Highlights of this cruise:

Rome
Civitavecchia was settled in 108 A.D. by the Emperor Trajan and has since served faithfully as a gateway to Rome, the capital of Italy. Once the center of the Ancient World from which emperors ruled over nearly all of western civilization, Rome is still a cultural mecca. Only a few cities in the world can boast such a well-preserved level of architecture, art, and religious iconography. There’s an enormous wealth of culture and history to discover on a cruise to Rome. Visit the ancient halls of the 50,000-seat Colosseum, gaze upon the ceilings of Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, and stroll the Capitoline Museum. Roman culinary prowess is well respected and beloved the world over. Experience authentic pizza, hearty bowls of fresh pasta, excellent cheeses, wines, seafood, and delightful desserts like tiramisu and gelato at family-run trattorias that have been preparing these traditional dishes for centuries. Walk the cobblestoned piazzas making your way to narrow side streets where you’re sure to find craftsman shops and beautiful boutiques filled with gorgeous handmade accessories and homewares for keepsakes and souvenirs.

Santorini
Here on the island of Santorini, you’ll find a classic Greek seascape—whitewashed houses accented by sea-blue roofs. This is a treasure trove for both professional and amateur archeology buffs, with sites that include tombs that date back to the 9th century and the sanctuary of Apollo. In many ways, Santorini could be considered an explosive place, being that its terraced collection of homes and windmills lie on a caldera-- a huge basin formed by an erupting volcano. The island’s volcanic past has also produced delicious grapes for excellent wines that are well worth investigating while on your Santorini cruise. Some of the best on the island can be found in Pyrgos, Megalochori, and Oia. Oia’s hilltop not only has the ancient, Minoan site of Akrotiri, but is quite possibly the best vantage point from which to witness the spectacular sunsets. And, if you have some time, take a short trip to the island of Nea Kameni for a dip in its famous hot springs. The warm dark waters are enriched with iron and manganese and considered therapeutic.

Mykonos
Mykonos is known for its whitewashed villages sprinkled with blue and jade green. It's also famous for its sophisticated nightlife. The most popular island in the Cyclades is bustling with activity, awash in beautiful alleyways, and home to alluring sandy beaches.

Chania
Like many ports in this part of the world, archeological ruins dating back to antiquity are found everywhere. There are also hundreds of gorges around the island and over 1,500 land and sea caves, including Elefantos, noted for its remarkable white and red stalactites. Over the millennia, this harbor city was conquered many times over by Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, and Turks. Chania remains crisscrossed with Ottoman architecture and historic Venetian mansions, many of which have been transformed into quaint shops, inviting cafes, and boutique hotels.Experience Cretan hospitality and history on your cruise to Chania with a tour to the traditional Village of Vamos, the Karidi Monastery, the Braoudakis winery, and the Folklore Museum. Admire the local flora, the ancient homes, and time-worn old mill, with its 12 arches built in 1862. A stroll through Chania’s breathtaking Botanical Park, featuring 50 acres of exotic fruit trees, plants, and herbs. You’ll learn about the Cretan diet and prepare a traditional dish using local products and extra virgin olive oil. A historic Venetian lighthouse still watches over the harbor and local artisans can still be seen crafting their wares in the older streets. However, beyond its rich history, Chania is a beachcomber’s paradise, with some of the finest sands and most inviting waters in all of Crete.

Naples
Framed by Mount Vesuvius along a dramatic skyline, the 2,800 year-old port city of Naples is chock full of historical sites, churches, and museums that make it a fascinating place for you to explore. For all of Rome’s notoriety and reputation, Naples, with its historic city center deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has just as many important archeological sites and landmarks. Visit the Museo Archeologico Nazionale for a world-class collection of Egyptian and Graeco-Roman artifacts. And, if you’d like to venture a little deeper on your Naples cruise, then exploring Naples from below the ground is a must. Start with a trip into the basement of the San Lorenzo Maggiore church where you’ll find a partially excavated Roman market and a little deeper, just below the Roman ruins, you’ll find remnants from the Greeks to discover. And in the region where pizza was first invented, you know the food is going to be incredible. Whether you’re looking for a thin, wood-fired Margherita pie, spaghetti alle vongole or a zeppole dusted with confectioner’s sugar, Naples and her bountiful edible treasures is sure to please. Only 35 miles down the coast, Salerno offers you a rich history, but also boasts a marvelous collection of parks, natural wonders, and unique vantage points to take in the beauty of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Two cities. One incredible stretch of Italian coastline.

Pricing (per person)

  • All (28)
Quad Triple Twin Single

12 - Inside Stateroom

AU$ 2,916 AU$ 3,422 AU$ 3,889 AU$ 7,646

11 - Deluxe Inside Stateroom

AU$ 2,946 AU$ 3,449 AU$ 3,929 AU$ 7,726

10 - Deluxe Inside Stateroom

AU$ 2,971 AU$ 3,489 AU$ 3,989 AU$ 7,846

08 - Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 3,116 AU$ 3,709 AU$ 4,039 AU$ 7,946

09 - Deluxe Inside Stateroom

AU$ 3,011 AU$ 3,536 AU$ 4,059 AU$ 7,986

07 - Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 3,151 AU$ 3,756 AU$ 4,109 AU$ 8,086

06 - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 3,186 AU$ 3,803 AU$ 4,179 AU$ 8,226

PO - Outside

AU$ 3,231 AU$ 3,863 AU$ 4,249 AU$ 8,366

1A - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda

AU$ 3,601 AU$ 4,303 AU$ 4,829 AU$ 9,526

E5 - Balcony

AU$ 3,731 AU$ 4,476 AU$ 5,069 AU$ 10,006

E4 - Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 3,771 AU$ 4,529 AU$ 5,139 AU$ 10,146

E3 - Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 3,806 AU$ 4,576 AU$ 5,219 AU$ 10,306

E2 - Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 3,826 AU$ 4,603 AU$ 5,259 AU$ 10,386

E1 - Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 3,856 AU$ 4,643 AU$ 5,299 AU$ 10,466

SV - Sunset Veranda Stateroom

AU$ 4,051 AU$ 4,903 AU$ 5,869 AU$ 11,606

C3 - Concierge Class

AU$ 4,188 AU$ 5,041 AU$ 5,979 AU$ 11,826

A2 - Aqua Class

AU$ 4,741 AU$ 5,493 AU$ 6,219 AU$ 12,306

C2 - Concierge Class

AU$ 4,343 AU$ 5,248 AU$ 6,269 AU$ 12,406

C1 - Concierge Class

AU$ 4,378 AU$ 5,294 AU$ 6,339 AU$ 12,546

A1 - Aqua Class

AU$ 5,006 AU$ 5,846 AU$ 6,729 AU$ 13,326

ES - Edge Single Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 6,133 AU$ 7,080 AU$ 8,969 AU$ 8,969

S3 - Sky Suite

AU$ 6,328 AU$ 7,608 AU$ 9,389 AU$ 18,646

S2 - Sky Suite

AU$ 6,483 AU$ 7,814 AU$ 9,679 AU$ 19,226

S1 - Sky Suite

AU$ 6,558 AU$ 7,914 AU$ 9,819 AU$ 19,506

CS - Celebrity Suite

AU$ 10,653 AU$ 12,852 AU$ 16,489 AU$ 32,846

EV - Edge Villa

AU$ 18,753 AU$ 23,432 AU$ 32,019 AU$ 63,906

PS - Penthouse Suite

AU$ 22,706 AU$ 27,839 AU$ 37,809 AU$ 75,486

IC - Iconic Suite

AU$ 38,936 AU$ 49,299 AU$ 69,729 AU$ 139,326

Please note, while prices and inclusions are accurate at time of loading they are subject to change due to changes in cruise line policies and pricing and due to currency fluctuations. Currency surcharges may apply. Please check details of price and inclusions at time of booking.

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