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Cunard Fly-Med Cruise Collection

17days from
£1,569*per person

Overview

Head to the Med next summer and join a head turning Cunard Queen for an elegant Mediterranean cruise full of history, culture, sights, and beaches. There are several seven-night itineraries to choose from taking you on a journey between Barcelona, Rome and Trieste - at the top of the Adriatic for Venice. Explore the western side of the Med between Rome and Barcelona visiting the wonderful beaches of Majorca and the Provence countryside from Toulon. Discover the delights of Sardinia, the birthplace of Napoleon on Corsica and the Roman ruins of Pompeii from Naples. Cruise the Adriatic island hopping across the Ionian Islands and explore the coastline of Croatia on your way to or from Trieste - which is the new gateway for Venice. Perhaps add two seven-night itineraries together for a wonderful fortnight getaway.

Itinerary

  • Fly from the UK to Rome and transfer to you hotel in central Rome for an overnight stay.
  • A further overnight hotel stay. You will be spoilt for choice in this infinitely intriguing city where an unsurpassed vibrancy of life mixes with epic history, tasty cuisine, top class shopping and a joyous nightlife. Peel back layer upon layer history with world class sights such as the Coliseum, The Roman Forum, the Trevi Fountain and more. The Pantheon is awe-inspiring dating back to 27 BC and is the only complete structure from the Roman Empire still standing. The circus maximus once seated 250,000 spectators for chariot races around 11 BC. While the oval shape of Piazza Navona, which houses the magnificent Four River Fountain, is a clue to its Stadium of Domitian heritage from 86 AD were gladiators fought and athletes competed. The Spanish steps, he home of John Keats, were built in 1723-1725 and are another of those must-see places - a place to sit and people watch artists, poets and painters.
  • Make your own way from your Rome hotel to Civitavecchia port- the most economical, quickest and convenient way is by train from the nearby Train Terminii station costing approximately eight euros per person. Embark the ship and enjoy the sail-away party.
  • Approximately 30-minutes from the port lies the ancient city of Pisa with its famous leaning tower. Then it's on to Florence - a renaissance treasure founded in the 16th century. Visit the the Uffizi Gallery and the main cathedral Il Duomo Di Firenze which was started in 1296 and completed in 1436. No visit to Florence would be complete without a walk across Ponte Vecchio which is lined with gold and silver merchants.
  • Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
  • The city's many attractions include a historic quarter, port, beaches and Mont Faron mountain. Enjoy strolling around the Provencal market with its stalls piled high with sun-packed fruit and vegetables. The city is also home to a naval base where you can find out about the areas maritime heritage by taking a boat tour of the bay. The bus service next to the passenger terminal takes you to the Mourillon beaches in just 15 minutes. These vast family-style beaches are lined with bars and restaurants and are an invitation to the joys of the gentle Provencal lifestyle.
  • Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
  • Perfect for a beach stop, a wander around Palma the capital, a visit to the mountains and the monastery of Valldemossa - one time home of Chopin.
  • Walk through the heart of Old Valencia where you will discover the cathedral, the old silk exchange and the historic central market. The pretty Plaza de la Reina is where you can view the beautiful architecture of the thirteenth century cathedral, rumoured to be the home of the Holy Grail. Also see the 'Miquelet', the city's most famous bell tower. Explore the narrow atmospheric streets of the old town full of beautiful old buildings which belonged to the medieval noble families. One of the highlights is La Lonja de la Seda de Valencia, a UNESCO World Heritage site which dates from the 15th century and was originally used for trading silk.
  • The Christopher Columbus Statue marks the entrance to the port and the start of Las Ramblas pedestrian area - lined with shops, bars and restaurants where street entertainers keep you entertained. Perhaps visit the famous Sagrada Familia Cathedral which was started in 1882 and is still not complete. Universal's Port Aventura theme Park is situated close by, there is also the Picasso Museum, Gaudi Architecture and the Barcelona FC museum.
  • Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
  • Alghero is situated on the western coast of northern Sardinia where you will find solitary coves and small bays with white sandy beaches on an emerald-green sea. The mild climate, the crystalline sea and the delicate aromas of the Mediterranean vegetation make a very memorable port of call. The historic centre boasts four centuries of Spanish domination which is evident in its culture, architecture and language with strong. The impressive city walls, the refined historic buildings, the old churches - along with the small restaurants, shops and the many bars are an absolute magnet for the visiting cruiser.
  • Ajaccio, Napoleon's birth place, is an excellent base to discover Corsica's beauty. Explore the interior with its characteristic sweet smelling vegetation or sail along the untouched coast and enjoy some snorkelling.
  • Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
  • Messina (Sicily)- Is situated just three-miles from the mainland under the shadow of Mount Etna. Perhaps visit picturesque Taormina with its hilltop Saracen Castle and the Ancient Greek Ampitheatre.
  • Most people head for the ancient Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius or scoot across the bay to the island of Capri.
  • Disembark the ship after breakfast at Civitavecchia Port and transfer to Rome airport for your flight home.

What's Included

Holiday Highlights

  • Sail on a head-turning queen of the ocean
  • The layers of history in Rome
  • Compare Sardinia to Corsica
  • Lovely two-week break

Our Price Includes

  • Return flights from the UK with baggage allowance
  • Airport transfers
  • Two nights' four-star bed-and-breakfast accommodation in central Rome
  • 14 nights' full-board cruise accommodation on board Cunard Queen Victoria
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Accommodation

Oxford Hotel -

★★★★

The hotel is situated just 1 km from Via Veneto and just 3.6 km from the Spanish Steps. The Castro Pretorio underground station can be reached within a 15-minute walk. Places of interest in the surrounding area include the Vatican Museums, 10 minutes' drive away, and the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, which is 1.4 km away. The Trevi Fountain is 1.7 km from the hotel.

Ship Information


Cruise Overview
Cunard Queen Victoria was launched in 2007 by the Duchess of Cornwall as a Vista Class ship and led the way as the blueprint for her sister ships Queen Elizabeth and Queen Anne. This lovely ship incorporated the successful elements made popular on the flagship Queen Mary 2 together with some new innovations. The Queens Ballroom is the central hub of the ship for big band dancing, cocktail parties and afternoon tea; and the popular Commodore Club on Deck 10 appears much bigger for fantastic views with the best cocktails at sea. Cunard Queen Victoria was the first ship ever to feature private boxes in the theatre; and has the interactive Cunardia Museum display. In May 2017 the ship underwent a major refit to include a new Britannia Club dining room and an extended aft pool deck which squared off the back of the ship adding 30-new staterooms.
Cabin Details
The luxuriously appointed staterooms have private en-suite facilities, air conditioning, flat-screen cable TV's with free in-room movies, vanity area, hair dryer, telephone, refrigerator with minibar and free room service.
Dining Details
The twin-level Britannia restaurant caters for the majority of guests on board with set dining times and tables allocated for dinner in the evenings. For breakfast and lunch - the Maitre D will allocate whatever tables are available at whichever time you choose to dine. The Britannia Club restaurant caters for guests in the highest-grade balcony staterooms with an anytime dining arrangement in the evenings. The same applies to the Princess Grill for Princess Grill suite guests and the Queens Grill for Queens Grill suite guests with the added feature of an al-fresco courtyard area in between the two restaurants. All guests can enjoy The Lido Buffet free of charge from early morning until late in the evening. This informal dining venue offers everything from continental and cooked breakfasts, served until late morning, to home-style pizzas, hearty roasts, fragrant curries, fresh salads and hand rolled sushi, the choice as always is yours. In addition - the Golden Lion Pub offers a delicious lunchtime pub menu - free of charge. While the Verandah Restaurant offers a French speciality dining treat at an extra charge which recreates the original Verandah dining experience from the 1930's Cunard Queen Mary. If sunbathing is your thing, then the Lido Grill will offer tasty daytime treats just a step away from the pool. Grab a coffee and a quick bite in Café Corinthia or the Winter Garden. Perhaps opt for breakfast in bed - free of charge or enjoy some in-stateroom dining with room-service later on in the day.
Activities Details
Entertainment on Queen Victoria cruises ranges from lavish high-tech musical productions to the timeless refinement of garden parties, Ivor Novello style evenings around the piano and Grand Balls at sea. Opportunities for relaxation stretch from the simple pleasures of a 6,000-book library to state-of-the-art spa treatments, films from the golden era, or viewing the unique collection linking Cunard with royalty and British maritime heritage at Cunardia. All the while, the White Star Service creates the most welcoming ambiance for her privileged guests. Queen Victoria's impressive public rooms and delightful outdoor spaces lend a lavish tone to a host of glamorous get-togethers during each and every voyage and a cruise on board this amazing ship will be the holiday experience of a lifetime. Relax by the Pavilion Pool (amidships) or the Lido Pool (aft) to wave farewell from your latest port of call. The Royal Spa features a large hydrotherapy pool, a heated tiled lounger relaxation room, a steam room and separate saunas in the changing rooms. Catch a show in the Royal Court Theatre, take afternoon tea in the Queen's ballroom or dance the night away in the Yacht Club. Cocktails in the Commodore Club are not to be missed.
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Holiday code

J656

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