Adriatic & Malta Fly-Cruise

14 nights sailing from Civitavecchia (Rome) on cruise ship Queen Victoria

Itinerary: Sailing from Civitavecchia (Rome), visiting Argostoli (Kefalonia island), Corfu, Kotor (Montenegro), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Trieste (Italy), Zadar (Croatia), Split (Croatia), Valletta (Malta), Sorrento (Italy), e
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14 nights sailing from Civitavecchia (Rome) on cruise ship Queen Victoria

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Ocean View

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Balcony

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Suite

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Queens Suite Q6 (Queens Grill)

Princess Suite P1 (Princess Grill)

Penthouse Q4 (Queens Grill)

Penthouse Q3 (Queens Grill)

Queens Suite Q5 (Queens Grill)

Master Suite Q2 (Queens Grill)

Grand Suite Q1 (Queens Grill)

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Cruise Itinerary

Full Itinerary
Day 1 Civitavecchia (Rome)
Day 2 at sea
Day 3 Argostoli (Kefalonia island)
Day 4 Corfu
Day 5 Kotor (Montenegro)
Day 6 Dubrovnik (Croatia)
Day 7 at sea
Day 8 Trieste (Italy)
Day 9 Zadar (Croatia)
Day 10 Split (Croatia)
Day 11 at sea
Day 12 Valletta (Malta)
Day 13 at sea
Day 14 Sorrento (Italy)
Day 15 Civitavecchia (Rome)
Adriatic & Malta Fly-Cruise Cruise itinerary  - Cunard

Adriatic & Malta Fly-Cruise

14 nights Cruise on Queen Victoria . Sailing from Civitavecchia (Rome), visiting Argostoli (Kefalonia island), Corfu, Kotor (Montenegro), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Trieste (Italy), Zadar (Croatia), Split (Croatia), Valletta (Malta), Sorrento (Italy), ending in Civitavecchia (Rome).

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Adriatic & Malta Fly-Cruise Cruise itinerary  - Cunard

Civitavecchia (Rome)

Civitavecchia is the city of Rome´s port on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The harbour is formed by two piers and a breakwater, on which is a lighthouse. The name Civitavecchia means ancient town. There, the Eternal City lies before us in large format architectural and artistic sculptures such as the Colosseum, the most important monument of ancient Rome and used for public entertainment. Do not miss the Trevi Fountain and make a wish while you throw a coin back and continues to the Pantheon, one of the best preserved monuments of antiquity, Piazza Navona and the Vatican City. Take a walk through the Plaza of Spain and rest on the steps of Trinita dei Monti before heading to Via Condotti, wide avenue lined with shops.

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Argostoli (Kefalonia island)

Argostoli is a town and a former municipality on the island of Kefalonia, Ionian Islands, Greece. Argostoli developed into one of the busiest ports in Greece, leading to prosperity and growth. To the east of Argostoli, at the end of the bay, beneath the aforementioned Castle of St. George, sits the Koutavos Lagoon, a feeding ground for the Loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta). Now a nature reserve, the Koutavos Lagoon was once an almost impassable swamp where mosquitoes and malaria were rife. Under the British governor of the island, a wooden bridge was constructed across the lagoon.

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Corfu

Corfu is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea. It is the second largest of the Ionian Islands,[2] and, including its small satellite islands, forms the edge of the northwestern frontier of Greece. The island is part of the Corfu regional unit, and is administered as a single municipality. The municipality includes the island Corfu and the smaller islands Ereikoussa, Mathraki and Othonoi. The principal city of the island and seat of the municipality is also named Corfu. The island´s history is laden with battles and conquests. The legacy of these struggles is visible in the form of castles punctuating strategic locations across the island. Two of these castles enclose its capital, which is the only city in Greece to be surrounded in such a way. The city´s old city was designated for the UNESCO World Heritage List.Corfu is a very popular tourist destination.

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Kotor (Montenegro)

Kotor is a coastal town in a secluded part of the Gulf of Kotor in Montenegro. The old Mediterranean port of Kotor is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period. It is located on the Bay of Kotor , one of the most indented parts of the Adriatic Sea. Some have called the southernmost fjord in Europe, but it is a ria, a submerged river canyon. Together with the nearly overhanging limestone cliffs of Orjen and Lovcen, Kotor and its surrounding area form an impressive and picturesque Mediterranean landscape. In recent years, Kotor has seen a steady increase in tourists, many of them coming by cruise ship. Visitors are attracted both by the natural beauty of the Gulf of Kotor and by the old town of Kotor. Kotor is part of the World Heritage Site dubbed the Natural and Culture Historical Region of Kotor. Kotor has one of the best preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Narrow streets, contiguous houses, bulwarks, churches, cathedrals, squares, carnivals and feasts. It is home to numerous sights, such as the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon in the old town (built in 1166), and the ancient walls which stretch for 3 miles directly above the city. Sveti Ðorde and Gospa od Skrpijela islets off the coast of Perast are also among the more popular destinations in the vicinity of Kotor.

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Dubrovnik (Croatia)

Dubrovnik is situated on the Adriatic Sea coast in the extreme south of Croatia, at the terminal end of the Isthmus of Dubrovnik, Nerevta country. Places to visit: Lokrum is an island in front of Dubrovnik and because it takes only 15 minutes by ferry to get there from the Old Town it is a popular destination for both tourists and locals. Zaton, another place to find natural peace and beauty, it takes 20 minutes by bus to get from Dubrovnik to Zaton. Other tourist attractions are: Franciscan monastery, fortresses, Medieval walls encircling the city and Sponza palace.

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Trieste (Italy)

Trieste is a city and seaport in northeastern Italy. It is situated towards the end of a narrow strip of Italian territory lying between the Adriatic Sea and Slovenia, which lies almost immediately south and east of the city. Once a very influential and powerful centre of politics, literature, music, art and culture under Austrian-Hungarian dominion, its importance fell into decline towards the end of the 20th century, and today, Trieste is often forgotten as tourists head off to the big Italian cities like Rome and Milan. It is, however, a very charming underestimated city, with a quiet and lovely almost Eastern European atmosphere, several pubs and cafes, some stunning architecture and a beautiful sea view. It was also, for a while, the residence of famous Irish writer James Joyce.

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Zadar (Croatia)

Is a city in the Dalmatian Region, in the modern Croatia, capital of the county of Zadar, in the centre of the country and infront of the islands od Uglian and Pasman, from which it is separated by the Zadar Strait. The different layers of the walls of the city, are the renaissance, baroque and gothic monuments, that prove the turbulent past of the city.

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Split (Croatia)

Split is a popular destination located in the Mediterranean Basin on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea, on the ancient Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian and its bay and port. Split is the largest Dalmatian city, and the second largest city of Croatia. Spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings, Split's greater area includes the neighboring seaside towns as well. The historic center of Split was included into the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites (1979). Split is said to be one of the centre of Croatian culture. This city of history, culture, and tradition it is also a city of fun parties and great night life. It is also known for the summer season festivals, dramas, operas, and concerts. There is also a variety of restaurants and wine cellars, where you can taste the local specials.

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Valletta (Malta)

Valletta is the capital of Malta, situated in the east central portion of Malta. It is the second southernmost capital of Europe. The City was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. The city is essentially Baroque in character, with elements of Mannerist, Neo Classical and Modern architecture in selected areas. Building dated The city consists of buildings from the 16th century onwards, built during the rule of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, also known as Knights Hospitaller. The official name given by the Order of Saint John was Humilissima Civitas Valletta The Most Humble City of Valletta. The bastions, curtains along with the beauty of its Baroque palaces, gardens and churches, led the ruling houses of Europe to give the city its nickname Superbissima, Most Proud.

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Sorrento (Italy)

Sorrento has multiple reasons to be an attractive city in the Amalfi Coast: it has a beautiful architecture, an imposing coast between beaches and cliffd, a variety of places to eat, cafès, restaurants, and shops willing to receive the tourists. Also, from the city we can start our tour to visit cities like Pompeii and Ercolano. We can also catch the ferry and in a short time be in the island of Capri. If we are thinking of taking a souvenir typical of Sorrento, nothing better than Limoncello, a liqueur done with lemon that has a known production for its quality in the whole world.

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Civitavecchia (Rome)

Civitavecchia is the city of Rome´s port on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The harbour is formed by two piers and a breakwater, on which is a lighthouse. The name Civitavecchia means ancient town. There, the Eternal City lies before us in large format architectural and artistic sculptures such as the Colosseum, the most important monument of ancient Rome and used for public entertainment. Do not miss the Trevi Fountain and make a wish while you throw a coin back and continues to the Pantheon, one of the best preserved monuments of antiquity, Piazza Navona and the Vatican City. Take a walk through the Plaza of Spain and rest on the steps of Trinita dei Monti before heading to Via Condotti, wide avenue lined with shops.

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The ship: Queen Victoria

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Since her launch in late 2007, up to 2,000 guests at a time have stepped into the fabulous three-tiered entrance hall, heading to beautiful destinations, from the sunny Mediterranean to Transatlantic voyages.

Queen Victoria is exactly what a Cunard ships should be. Sleek and contemporary, her red and black exterior adds a classic touch. Inside is all about warmth and luxury. Marbles and woods create elegance, plush carpets and fabrics ensure premium comfort. Privacy and intimacy live side by side with the sense of occasion you might expect of a Cunard voyage.Real quality food to savour, from breakfast time snack at Café Carinthia to a classic pub lunch at the Golden Lion, or traditional afternoon tea at the Queens Room. Delight yourself with highlights including nightly themed menus at the Lido Restaurant and the splendid cuisine of renowned American chef Todd English. Grill customers are free to enjoy their meal in the exclusive areas. Whatever accommodation you choose you will enjoy restful and luxurious good nights sleep. The Queens and Princess Grill Suites offer spacious living areas and for Queen Grill customers, a personal butler. Inside Staterooms are anything but basic, offering a five star levels of comfort. Spend your days enjoying the delightful variety of entertainment. The Royal Spa offers a unique experience. Join in the on deck board games, view the collection of maritime memorabilia in the Cunardia exhibition, or try your luck in the Empire Casino. In the evenings, treat yourself to a private box in the Royal Court Theatre and enjoy the shows. Sit and relax with a superb cup of tea or coffee at Café Carinthia. For something stronger, Churchill’s offers a large selection of fine whiskies, ports and rums, and quality cigars. Try Veuve Clicqout Champagne Bar for something sparkling or the Golden Lion pub for a good old pint of beer or cider.

Inaugurated 2007
Beam 33 m.
Length 295 m.
Tonnage 90000 tn.
Occupancy 1980
Crew 900
Ratio passenger / crew Premium 2:1
Ratio tonnage/passengers Excellent 45:1
Number of decks 12
Number of staterooms 1007
Number of interior staterooms 143
Number of staterooms with balcony 718
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What's included onboard?

Port and handling fees and UK/US taxes

Accommodation, on board meals and entertainment (please note exceptions: charges are payable in the Todd English Restaurant on Queen Mary 2 and The Verandah Restaurant on Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria and in the speciality dining options offered in Kings Court on Queen Mary 2 and the Lido Restaurants on Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria)

International fligths where indicated

Drinks: tea, coffee, water and fruit juice are available 24 hours a day in the self service restaurants (the Lido on Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria and Kings Court on Queen Mary 2).

Group transfers between airport and the ship at the international port of embarkation or disembarkation when your international flights is purchased through Cunard (excluding Transatlantic Crossings to or from New York. However, if passengers arrive into or depart New York by flight from or to the UK on the day of embarkation or disembarkation, transfers will be available)

What's not included?

Travel insurance

Speciality teas and coffee at all bars

Hotel and dining charges will be charged to y our on board account (except Full World Cruise passengers sailing for 112 nights on Queen Elizabeth, 103 nights Queen Victoria and 113 nights on Queen Mary 2 or any of the Two Shnips, One World Cruise options)

Incidental expenses (including but not limited to: laundry charges, bar expenses, spa and salon treatments, shore excursions and add-on hotel programmes)

Day and evening entertainment in the casino

Your benefits & more

  • Flights and transfers included

    From LONDON and MANCHESTER. A flight supplement may be added depending on the airport selected

  • Free Credit with Cunard Fares!

    Onboard Spending money if included will be indicated with the final Cruise price, on your quote or booking. Does not apply to Saver or Early Saver fares. To receive on board spending money benefit guests must book Cunard Fare and select on board spending money as the benefit at the time of booking

    Book an applicable Cunard Fare holiday and receive on-board spending money to spend during your cruise holiday in the on-board shops, bars, photo gallery, and on restaurants, spa and shore excursions booked on board. Applicable to Cunard fares and cruises. Offer is not applicable to Early Saver or other promotional prices and cannot be exchanged for a cash alternative.

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