CRUISE ITINERARY (See travel brochure for complete details.)
JUN 15: Depart for Italy
JUN 16: ROME (CIVITAVECCHIA), ITALY
Embark on your luxury cruise aboard Riviera in Civitavecchia, the port for legendary Rome,
Italy’s treasure of history and architecture.
JUN 17: AMALFI/POSITANO, ITALY
Situated on the picturesque Amalfi Coast is the enchanting town of Amalfi, filled with ancient
wonders such as the 12th-century Capuchin monastery and the beautiful 11th-century
cathedral and cloister. Nearby, clinging to steep slopes above a sparkling bay, Positano
charms all who visit with its Moorish-style houses and colorful fishing boats.
JUN 18: CAGLIARI, SARDINIA, ITALY
A delightful city spread over seven hills, Sardinia’s capital offers both modern and old
attractions, from attractive boutique-lined boulevards to the medieval Castello district.
Cagliari’s 2,000 years of history is revealed in archaeological remains, Pisan towers, Byzantine
churches and many fine museums. Nearby is one of Sardinia’s best beaches, Il Poetto—
perfect for a city-side swim.
JUN 19: PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN
Dominating the horizon and overlooking the harbor, the Palma Cathedral and Bellver Castle
offer a striking first glimpse of Palma, the stunning capital of Mallorca. Winding alleys
and cobbled streets characterize Old Palma, while charming windmills and an impressive
18th-century manor house beckon from the verdant countryside.
JUN 20: BARCELONA, SPAIN
Harbored on the Mediterranean, Barcelona claims a world of its own, where modern
sophistication lives harmoniously with historic tradition and striking architecture mingles with
medieval structures. The city’s spirited energy gave inspiration to the artistic masterminds of
Gaudí and Picasso. The ever-evolving Sagrada Familia, bustling open-air markets and grid-like
streets of Eixample give distinction to every inch of the city, while the Barri Gòtic remains one
of the best-preserved medieval quarters in Europe.
JUN 21: MARSEILLE/PROVENCE, FRANCE
Provence has inspired and enchanted for centuries. From the historic port city of Marseille to the
picturesque countryside dotted with towns awash with ancient architecture and quaint villages perched on rocky hilltops, Provençal France fulfills even the grandest expectations.
JUN 22: ANTIBES, FRANCE
Made famous by the Grand Hôtel du Cap, which attracted celebrity guests like Cole Porter and
F. Scott Fitzgerald, Antibes is a dazzling gem along the Cote d’Azur. Straddled by the glamorous
cities of Cannes and Nice, the town boasts its own distinct character and the best natural sand
beaches on the French Riviera.
JUN 23: MONTE CARLO, MONACO
Space is limited. View the complete travel brochure and book now as free airfare and 2-for-1 cruise fare offers expire on September 23, 2014.
Contact Go Next for additional information or to make your reservation: 800-842-9023.