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9-Night Western Mediterranean Cruise, Venice to Barcelona
September 9, 2017
Sail aboard the Queen Victoria from Venice, Italy, to Kotor, Montenegro; Corfu, Greece; Cagliari, Italy; Capri-Naples, Italy; Civitavecchia-Rome, Italy; and Barcelona, Spain
From $1,319(1)(2) per person, based on double occupancy, Cat. IE: Inside Stateroom (cruise only)

Distinctive Voyages Sailing!

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Cunard Mediterranean Cruise itineraryCunard is synonymous with elegance, luxury and its renowned White Star service. Make a classic Mediterranean voyage on the majestic Queen Victoria, a sleek and contemporary ship known for her graceful splendor that harkens back to the great ocean liners of the past. Aboard ship enjoy 24-hour room service, traditional afternoon tea, live music and talks on a range of issues by celebrities and experts. Because this is a Distinctive Voyages sailing, you’ll also get special amenities at no extra charge, including an invitation to a private cocktail reception, the services of a concierge host to assist you throughout your cruise and a specially-chosen excursion in Naples.* On this sailing you’ll board your ship in Venice, Italy, and visit the following ports:

Kotor, Montenegro: Located at the foot of a mountain, Kotor is a fascinating place for those who love to hike. It’s also a famed sailing and diving destination. The Old City, Kotor Stari Grad, is surrounded by an impressive wall. One of the best-preserved medieval towns in the Adriatic, you’ll find cathedrals, palaces and museums to explore.

Corfu, Greece: Known as the “Emerald Island,” Corfu is a lush island with olive groves and pine, cypress, lemon and orange trees. Visit the Achilleion Palace with its impressive gardens and Terrace of the Muses, built as a tribute to the nine muses of Greek mythology. Sample the ouzu (an anise-flavored liquor) and retsina (wine flavored with pine resin).

Messina, Italy: In this bustling town on the island of Sicily you can make a wish in the Fontana di Orione in the center of the Piazza del Duomo. The Duomo, town’s main cathedral built in 1160, is also located there, as well as the world’s largest astronomical clock, which comes to life at noon daily. View an amazing collection of artwork rescued from the island’s 1908 earthquake in the Museo Regionale, including pieces dating back to the 13th century.

Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy: Its rocky cliffs, underwater caves and white-sand beaches make Cagliari a not-to-miss destination for rock climbers and watersports enthusiasts. Check out the 700 cone-shaped buildings called “nuraghi,” one of the least-known but most interesting remnants of the Stone Age.

Naples, Italy: One of the world’s greatest cultural centers rests in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. Your Distinctive Voyages excursion, “Volcanoes and Vines: Pompeii and Wine Tasting,” includes a visit to one of the most famous archaeological excavation sites in the world. You’ll still have time to check out Naples’ superb museums and Renaissance and Baroque churches, plus noisy markets and jam-packed roads. Pizza was invented here, so be sure to sample some at one of the many authentic pizzerias.

Rome, Italy: You have no end of cultural, religious, historical and architectural sights from which to choose in the Eternal City.  Explore the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. Walk through Vatican City, taking in St. Peter’s Square and the Sistine Chapel. Toss a coin in the famous Trevi Fountain, and of course dine on pasta and ricotta cake.

Barcelona, Spain: Your voyage ends in Spain’s most enchanting city. Add on an optional post-cruise stay here to discover its stunning architecture and iconic landmarks, walk down its lively La Ramblas Street, tour the medieval city of Barrio Gotico or find your spot along two miles of gorgeous Mediterranean beaches. Don’t miss the Picasso Gallery, housed in several adjoining 15th-century palaces. Then dine on tapas or paella, the national dish of Spain.

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