Edge, Italy Croatia & Montenegro ex Rome Roundtrip

EU Mediterranean


10 Night Cruise sailing from Rome roundtrip onboard Celebrity Edge.

10 Night Cruise sailing from Rome roundtrip onboard 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, Italy
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.

Corfu, Greece
According to myth, Poseidon honeymooned on this picturesque Greek island—and it's easy to see why. Its breathtaking natural landscape and long history as an artistic and cultural hub make Corfu one of the most cosmopolitan and captivating of the Greek Isles. Wander through the cobblestoned streets of Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or soak up some sun on one of the island's many beaches.

Split, Croatia
Lined with palm trees, this Adriatic seaside town is also a cultural mecca. Within the walls of the Diocletian Palace, you'll discover historical buildings, numerous museums, the National Theatre and a collection of old churches. Culture, beauty, natural wonder – your Split cruise has it all. The mixture of old and new is very pronounced here. Everywhere there are signs and evidence left behind from the city’s previous conquerors namely the Romans and Austro-Hungarians and there is no better place to view them than in Split’s Old City. The Old City is so otherworldly that it’s been dedicated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and you’ll encounter the most imposing Roman ruins left on Earth, including the Diocletian’s Palace which was built facing the harbor in 4 A.D. for the Roman Emperor. This sprawling, expansive structure was built to be an all-in-one fortress/imperial residence/fortified town. The Cathedral of St. Domnius stands as one of the most pristine and preserved examples of ancient Roman architecture in the world. And for a breathtaking, all-encompassing view of Split you won’t soon forget, head to Marajan Hill which is just 10 minutes outside the city.

Trieste, Italy
The Old World city of Trieste occupies a northeastern Italian crossroads of Latin, Slavic, and Germanic cultures on the Adriatic Sea. The reign of the Austrian House of Hapsburg accounts for gastronomy featuring beer, sauerkraut, and strudel. Roman and Byzantine empires ruled here once upon a time. The many cultures can be sampled in cozy coffeehouses and seafood restaurants, as well as breezy plazas, Old World churches, and prolific museums. There's even a high-tech photography museum and an expanding nightlife area. Must-see attractions include Castello di Miramare, the fanciful neo-Gothic home of the hapless Archduke Maximilian of Austria; Risiera di San Sabba, the World War II concentration camp now a national monument; and Civico Museo Sartorio, a villa bursting with art, ceramics, and jewelry.

Dubrovnik, Croatia
Established 1,300 years ago on the far southern tip of the Dalmatian Coast, this city once rivaled Venice in terms of its importance. Take a walking tour to the Dominican Monastery and marvel at the finest collection of Renaissance paintings, including a painting by Titian. Prepare to be riveted when first laying eyes on the old walled city on your cruise to Dubrovnik. This land has had many invaders including the Greeks, Romans, Slavs, Romans, Hungarians, and French, to name a few, and it has resulted in a fiercely independent citizenry with dynamic cultural influences. The views of the Adriatic from its rooftops are truly awe-inspiring. If beach-going is on the agenda, make sure to wear appropriate footwear as the beaches here tend to be of the pebbly variety. That said, the beautiful emerald green waters and coves make the slight inconvenience more than worthwhile. And, there’s plenty of seafood, specifically mussels and oysters, deliciously prepared in authentic regional styles on offer at restaurants throughout town.

Kotor, Montenegro
Kotor, Montenegro- A cruise to Kotor, Montenegro offers up some of the most well-preserved architecture in all the Adriatic coast, with landmarks such as the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Built in 1166, there are frescoes dating back hundreds of years, and much of the gold and silver relief work done by the city's master craftsmen of that time are held for safe keeping within its walls. Tucked at the secluded tip of a tranquil bay and watched over for millennia by the surrounding mountains, Kotor is a UNESCO World Heritage treasure. The town’s history dates back before the epic age of Homer, but it’s the medieval wonders in Old Kotor that draw acclaim today. Marbled avenues meander with no apparent order, and, even for locals, it’s quite common to get turned around. The good news is, few places are more fun to get lost in than Kotor. Cruises to Montenegro would not be complete without sampling the local cuisine. Fresh seafood is always on the menu and the “domestic fish thick soup” is a tradition not to be missed. Old churches, shops, and bars line the avenues, and don’t be surprised to wander upon a charming piazza right out of the blue. Come summer, the lavish yachts of the ultra-rich fill the marina, presenting a striking contrast to the rustic romance and ancient beauty of Kotor.

Naples, Italy
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$ 2,784 AU$ 3,188 AU$ 3,635 AU$ 7,097

11 - Deluxe Inside Stateroom

AU$ 2,799 AU$ 3,208 AU$ 3,665 AU$ 7,157

10 - Deluxe Inside Stateroom

AU$ 2,814 AU$ 3,228 AU$ 3,695 AU$ 7,217

09 - Deluxe Inside Stateroom

AU$ 2,829 AU$ 3,248 AU$ 3,725 AU$ 7,277

08 - Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 2,921 AU$ 3,370 AU$ 3,905 AU$ 7,637

07 - Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 2,961 AU$ 3,423 AU$ 3,985 AU$ 7,797

06 - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 2,991 AU$ 3,463 AU$ 4,045 AU$ 7,917

PO - Outside

AU$ 3,031 AU$ 3,517 AU$ 4,125 AU$ 8,077

1B - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda

AU$ 3,609 AU$ 4,285 AU$ 5,265 AU$ 10,357

1A - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda

AU$ 3,639 AU$ 4,325 AU$ 5,325 AU$ 10,477

E5 - Balcony

AU$ 3,776 AU$ 4,507 AU$ 5,595 AU$ 11,017

E4 - Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 3,791 AU$ 4,527 AU$ 5,625 AU$ 11,077

E3 - Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 3,806 AU$ 4,547 AU$ 5,655 AU$ 11,137

E2 - Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 3,811 AU$ 4,553 AU$ 5,665 AU$ 11,157

C3 - Concierge Class

AU$ 3,864 AU$ 4,598 AU$ 5,695 AU$ 11,217

E1 - Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 3,846 AU$ 4,600 AU$ 5,735 AU$ 11,297

C2 - Concierge Class

AU$ 3,934 AU$ 4,692 AU$ 5,835 AU$ 11,497

C1 - Concierge Class

AU$ 3,969 AU$ 4,738 AU$ 5,905 AU$ 11,637

A2 - Aqua Class

AU$ 4,499 AU$ 5,285 AU$ 6,485 AU$ 12,797

A1 - Aqua Class

AU$ 4,709 AU$ 5,565 AU$ 6,905 AU$ 13,637

S3 - Sky Suite

AU$ 5,299 AU$ 6,359 AU$ 7,656 AU$ 15,139

S2 - Sky Suite

AU$ 5,509 AU$ 6,639 AU$ 8,076 AU$ 15,979

S1 - Sky Suite

AU$ 5,654 AU$ 6,832 AU$ 8,366 AU$ 16,559

ES - Edge Single Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

AU$ 5,539 AU$ 6,858 AU$ 9,125 AU$ 18,077

CS - Celebrity Suite

AU$ 8,559 AU$ 10,679 AU$ 14,096 AU$ 28,019

EV - Edge Villa

AU$ 13,554 AU$ 17,232 AU$ 23,766 AU$ 47,359

PS - Penthouse Suite

AU$ 15,824 AU$ 20,206 AU$ 28,146 AU$ 56,119

IC - Iconic Suite

AU$ 24,197 AU$ 31,287 AU$ 44,646 AU$ 89,119

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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