Dubai from United Arab Emirates from MArseille

Europe-Middle East-Mediterranean
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Onboard experience

Discover all the best of Italy on board the new “Regina del Mediterraneo”: from its cuisine to its hospitality, from its design to its entertainment, Costa Diadema offers a wealth of new ways to enjoy cruising. The Terrace on deck 5 - over 500 metres long - is lined with bars and restaurants that will make you feel like it's a summer's day on the Italian Riviera every day.

What's included

Outside from: $2887*
Balcony from: $3499*
Inside from: $2361*
*Indicative pricing only.
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Facilities

Recreational: Library, Kids Pool, Squok Club, Grand Prix Simulator
Entertainment: Theatre, Disco, Giant Screen at Pool
Food and Drink: Bar, Ice Cream Bar, The Restaurant, Pizzeria, Samsara Restaurant, Wine bar, Club Restaurant
Fitness: Jogging Track, Gym
Relaxation: Hot Tubs, Spa, Sauna, Steam Room, Swimming Pool, Solarium, Thalassotherapy Pool, Pool Deck, Samsara Spa

Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Marseille, France
  • Day 2 - Savona, Italy One of the most celebrated former inhabitants of Savona was the navigator Christopher Columbus, who farmed land in the area while chronicling his journeys. 'Columbus's house', a cottage situated in the Savona hills, lay between vegetable crops and fruit trees. It is just one of many residences in Liguria associated with Columbus. Several cities as well as Savona claim his birth and residency, such as Genoa and Terrarossa di Moconesi. Savona is the most important city on the west coast of Italy, within reach of the seaside resorts of Alassio, Loano and Varazze.
  • Day 3 - Civitavecchia, Italy The first evidence of settlement in the area of Civitavecchia relates to the ancient town of Centocelle, once the port for Ethruria and a rich market centre. Pliny the Younger refers in his writings to Centocelle as the venue of a peace council held by the emperor Trajan. Centocelle takes its name from the style of village houses, which resembled hives with small cells, and the tiny bays along the coast that enabled ships to come and go. Due to its sheltered surroundings and easy access to the sea, Trajan built his most extravagant villa in the vicinity, mentioned by Pliny. The basic structure of the port first developed by Trajan still remains.
  • Day 4 - Palermo (Sicily) Strategically placed between Europe and Africa, the island of Sicily has for centuries been a focus of military and commercial activity. And the city of Palermo is still today a fascinating centre of culture and enterprise. According to historical research, the prehistoric inhabitants of Palermo, once named Panormus because of its deep bay and anchorage, lived in caves and shelters around the 660-metre high Mount Pellegrino, which dominates the city's skyline. The city has been ruled by all the great ancient powers of the region including Greek, Punic, Roman, Carthaginian, Byzantine, Saracen, Norman, Spanish and Bourbon.
  • Day 5 - At sea
  • Day 6 - Athens (Piraeus), Greece One in every three Greeks lives in bustling Athens. The broad boundaries of the city include both Piraeus and the port area with most of Athenian life centered between Syntagma Square, Omonia Square and the Acropolis.
  • Day 7 - At sea
  • Day 8 - Haifa (Israel)
  • Day 9 - Haifa (Israel)
  • Day 10 - At sea
  • Day 11 - At sea
  • Day 12 - Aqaba, Jordan
  • Day 13 - At sea
  • Day 14 - At sea
  • Day 15 - At sea
  • Day 16 - At sea
  • Day 17 - Salalah Salalah is the country’s second largest city, the administrative capital of the region of Dhofar and lies over 1,000 km from the capital Muscat. Its climate is temperate all year round thanks to the influence of monsoons making Salalah a tropical city with lush vegetation: agriculture provides plenty of fresh fruit and coconuts. However there is much more to the economy of the region than agriculture: fabric and leather production, handicrafts, fishing and also shipyards and especially tourism are the main resources of a growing economy. In spite of the rather closed character typical of the era prior to Qaboos Bin Said’s government, the town has a multicultural side: the largest immigrant community is Indian with its own private school, “Indian School Salalah”. Indians make up 14% of the population today, followed by Pakistanis (8%) and by other ethnic immigrant groups
  • Day 18 - At sea
  • Day 19 - Muscat, Oman Muscat is a city with many points of interest, from natural freshwater pools, parks and nature reserves to plenty of unspoilt, soft sandy beaches and an abundance of marine life.
  • Day 20 - At sea
  • Day 21 - Khalifa bin Salman
  • Day 22 - Doha
  • Day 23 - Abu Dhabi The name Abu Dhabi literally means 'place of the gazelle'. Today Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE.It has changed a lot in the last decades. It is a rather cosmopolitan city, with its bold urban architecture and lush gardens.It is also the seat of government for the Emirates.It is the headquarter for the president of the state. The Abu Dhabi Corniche,with its public parks and fountains, is a remarkable landscape of the city, The city has grown so rapidly, there is no natural beachfront now, but nonetheless an impressive and attractive city with all modern amenities.
  • Day 24 - Abu Dhabi The name Abu Dhabi literally means 'place of the gazelle'. Today Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE.It has changed a lot in the last decades. It is a rather cosmopolitan city, with its bold urban architecture and lush gardens.It is also the seat of government for the Emirates.It is the headquarter for the president of the state. The Abu Dhabi Corniche,with its public parks and fountains, is a remarkable landscape of the city, The city has grown so rapidly, there is no natural beachfront now, but nonetheless an impressive and attractive city with all modern amenities.
** Itinerary may vary by sailing date.

Deck Layout

Hortensia
Perla Di Venere
Timur
Sara
El Dorodo
La Fence
Stell D'Africa
Braganza
Centenary
Excelsior
Conde
Star of India
Millennium Star
Bizantino

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