Italy, Greece, Oman, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand

Asia-Mediterranean
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What's included

Outside from: $2829*
Suite from: $5042*
Balcony from: $3032*
*Indicative pricing only.
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Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Venice, Italy Venice is considered the city of art, romance and prestige. The extraordinary architecture was built on an archipelago of small islands separated by a network of canals crossed by approximately 400 bridges, once wooden and then replaced by stone.
  • Day 2 - Bari, Italy Bari, the second biggest city in Southern Italy, was originally a large agricultural, industrial and mainly commercial centre, an active port and important exchange network with the East. Its origins are strictly tied with maritime activities which, in the Middle Ages, gave birth along the coast to an ordered quarter designed on a grid pattern apparently originating from Roman design and subsequently readjusted by the Byzantines.
  • Day 3 - Argostoli
  • Day 4 - At sea
  • Day 5 - At sea
  • Day 6 - At sea
  • Day 7 - At sea
  • Day 8 - At sea
  • Day 9 - At sea
  • Day 10 - At sea
  • Day 11 - 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 12 - At sea
  • Day 13 - At sea
  • Day 14 - Mormugao, Goa
  • Day 15 - At sea
  • Day 16 - Colombo Colombo is a chaotic, bustling and very busy city, a melting pot of the different ethnic groups and religions that make it such a multicultural city. The largest group is the Buddhist Sinhalese, and this explains the presence of numerous Buddhist temples such as the Gangarama with its myriad of statues and the Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara, destroyed and rebuilt on numerous occasions. The Tamils have influenced the architecture of the city with their numerous Hindu temples known as Kovils. The Kathiresan temple is dedicated to Skanda, the god of war, whilst the Sri Kailasanathar Swami Devasthanam temple located near Fort railway station is one of the oldest Hindu temples and is dedicated to the goddess Shiva and the god Ganesh. However there is also plenty of western influence in evidence: the Dutch Governor’s banqueting hall was transformed into St. Peter’s Church in 1804 whilst the Dutch Period Museum, which contains historical documents and exhibits relating to the Dutch colonial period, was previously home to Governor Thomas van Rhee (1692-97).
  • Day 17 - At sea
  • Day 18 - At sea
  • Day 19 - Phuket Located 867 km from Bangkok in the Andaman Sea, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island. With an area of 534 km2 (slightly larger than Malta), it is generally a fairly flat island with a few isolated hills, although the western part has a chain of mountains that run from north to south reaching a peak of 529 m above sea level at Mai Tha Sip Song. 70% of the island is covered by forest.
  • Day 20 - Langkawi (Malaysia)
  • Day 21 - Penang
  • Day 22 - Klang
  • Day 23 - Singapore Singapore was a small commercial centre in the powerful Srivijaya empire of Sumatra and later, towards the middle of the 13th century, a puppet state of the Majapahit empire in Java, while in the 15th and 16th century it became part of the sultanate of Johor. Singapore’s more recent history is inextricably linked to the figure of Sir Stamford Raffles, an official in the East India Company. With a treaty stipulated with the sultan of Johor in 1819, he established a British settlement in Singapore. He then made the city a resting point to restock the ships of the British Empire and to halt the Dutch expansionist policy.
** Itinerary may vary by sailing date.

Onboard experience

Inspired by the style of Italy's historic palaces, Costa Mediterranea represents Italian elegance, elaborate in its details and filled with works of art. The Argentieri Restaurant is unique, spectacular and embellished with 139 artistic pieces of silverware.

Facilities

Other: Money Exchange, Reception, Medical Centre, Art Gallery, Conference Room, Shopping Gallery, Laundry Service, Chapel, Photo Shop
Recreational: Card Room, Outdoor Pool, Indoor Pool, Library, Squok Club, Nightclub
Food and Drink: Pizzeria, The Restaurant, Perla Buffet, Roero Bar, Salone Oriental, Pizzeria Possillipo, Lido Apollo, Bar, Argentieri Restaurant, Cognac & Cigar Bar, Lounge, Buffet, Wellnes Restaurant, Casanova Bar, Appollo Bar
Entertainment: Cigar Bar, Disco, Club Medusa, Dance Floor, Children's Play Area, Osiris Theatre, Selva Disco, Theatre
Relaxation: Steam Room, Sauna, Hydro Massage Pool, Whirlpool, Beauty Salon, Spa, Hydrotherapy, Jacuzzi, Solarium
Fitness: Gym, Wellness Centre, Sports Court, Jogging Track, Fitness Center
Technology: Extensive WiFi capabilities and connectivity., Internet Cafe

Deck layout

Armonia
Bacco
Circe
Cleopatra
Medea
Narciso
Orfeo
Pandora
Pegaso
Prometeo
Tersicore
Teseo

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