France, Italy, Greece

10 nights sailing from Barcelona on cruise ship Voyager of the Seas

Itinerary: Sailing from Barcelona, visiting Ajaccio (Corsica), Cagliari (Sardinia), Palermo (Sicily), Santorini, Athens (Piraeus), Mykonos, Naples (Italy), ending in Civitavecchia (Rome).
from £1,357 Price per person based on double occupancy

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10 nights sailing from Barcelona on cruise ship Voyager of the Seas

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Guaranteed Interior ZI

Interior 4V

Interior Promenade CP

Interior with Virtual Balcony 4U

Interior 3V

Interior con balcón virtual 2U

Interior 1V

Interior vista Promenade 2T

Ocean View

Guaranteed Exterior YO

Exterior 4N

Ocean View 2N

Spacious Ocean View 4M

Ocean View 3N

Ocean View 1N

Exterior espaciosa 3M

Spacious Panoramic Ocean View 1L


Guaranteed Balcony ZB

Balcón comunicado CB

Ocean View Balcony 2D

Ocean View Balcony 5D

Spacious Ocean View Balcony 4B

Spacious Ocean View Balcony 2B

Spacious Ocean View Balcony 3B


Grand Suite with Balcony GS

Owners Suite with Balcony OS

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Cruise Itinerary

Full Itinerary
Day 1 Barcelona Embarkation | Departure: 17:00H
Day 2 Ajaccio (Corsica) Arrival time: 10:00H | Departure: 18:00H 8 hours in destination
Day 3 Cagliari (Sardinia) Arrival time: 09:00H | Departure: 18:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 4 Palermo (Sicily) Arrival time: 08:00H | Departure: 18:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 5 at sea
Day 6 Santorini Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 21:00H 14 hours in destination
Day 7 Athens (Piraeus) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 19:00H 12 hours in destination
Day 8 Mykonos Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 18:00H 11 hours in destination
Day 9 at sea
Day 10 Naples (Italy) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 18:00H 11 hours in destination
Day 11 Civitavecchia (Rome) Arrival time: 05:00H
France, Italy, Greece Cruise itinerary  - Royal Caribbean

France, Italy, Greece

10 nights Cruise on Voyager of the Seas. Sailing from Barcelona, visiting Ajaccio (Corsica), Cagliari (Sardinia), Palermo (Sicily), Santorini, Athens (Piraeus), Mykonos, Naples (Italy), ending in Civitavecchia (Rome).

France, Italy, Greece Cruise itinerary  - Royal Caribbean
France, Italy, Greece Cruise itinerary  - Royal Caribbean


The port of Barcelona was born about the same time as the city was. It is one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean, cruises leaving to tour the most desirable cities in the Western Mediterranean. It has modern facilities and all the services needed to accommodate the many passengers who have Barcelona as a starting point and end of their trip. Barcelona is one of the most cosmopolitan and multicultural capitals of Europe. Among many attractions that include the Sagrada Familia, Montjuic, Gaudi's Güell Park and the famous Ramblas.

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Ajaccio (Corsica)

The capital of Corsica, Ajaccio lies in a calm bay on the west coast of Corsica, set against a backdrop of wooded hills. It is a relaxed rather than lively town and visitors come here to enjoy its wealth of cafes, restaurants and shops. The sights here mainly revolve around Napoleon, who was born here. The town's main sights are the magnificent cathedral where Napoleon was christened, the Bonaparte residence and numerous statues and street names related to his family. The peninsula carries the citadel and terminates in the Citadel jetty. To the south-west of this peninsula lies the Place Bonaparte, a quarter frequented chiefly by winter visitors attracted by the mild climate of the town. Apart from one or two fine thoroughfares converging on the Place Bonaparte, the streets are mean and narrow and the town has a deserted appearance. The house in which Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1769 is preserved, and his associations with the town are everywhere emphasized by street-names and statues. The Musée Fesch, which contains the art collection of Napoleon's maternal uncle, Cardinal Fesch. The collection of Italian paintings is considered to rate second only to that of the Louvre

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Cagliari (Sardinia)

Founded by the Fenitians, Cagliari is one of the most important ports in Sardinia, located at the south of the island. A place to get lost and forget about the bustle of the city. It is also famous for having one of the most extensive urban beaches in Italy. The beach of Il Poetto of about 13 kms. It will surprise you how similiar it is to Spain in many ways, such as the habits, expresions even the gastronomy, because Sardinia belonged to Spain for 400 years.

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Palermo (Sicily)

Palermo the capital of Sicily and the Province of Palermo and is situated in the northwest of the island of Sicily, right by the Gulf of Palermo in the Tyrrhenian Sea. Palermo is one of the most beautiful places and has a noteworthy architectural heritage and is known for many of its Norman buildings, including churches, museums, palaces and gastronomy, playing an important role throughout much of its existence, it is over 2,700 years old. It is a city rich in history, culture, art, music and food. The city is also going through careful redevelopment, preparing to become one of the major cities of the Euro Mediterranean area. There are many tourist attractions such as Palermos Arabic quarter, Orto botanico Botanical Gardens and Real Tenuta della Favorita Park. In Vucciria market visitors will experience the unique, strongly Sicilian atmosphere as well as taste the typical local produce. Things to See & Do are: Vucciria market, Palazzo dei Normanni, Quattro Canti, Norman churches, palaces, museums and Capuchin Catacombs.

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Santorini is an island in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200 km (120 mi) southeast from Greece´s mainland The island remains the home of a small, but flourishing, wine industry, based on the indigenous grape variety, Assyrtiko, with auxiliary cultivations of two other Aegean varietals, Athiri and Aidani. Wine Industry The vines are extremely old and resistant to phylloxera (attributed by local winemakers to the well-drained volcanic soil and its chemistry), so the vines needed no replacement during the great phylloxera epidemic of the late 19th century. In their adaptation to their habitat, such vines are planted far apart, as their principal source of moisture is dew, and they often are trained in the shape of low-spiralling baskets, with the grapes hanging inside to protect them from the winds. Architecture The traditional architecture of Santorini is similar to that of the other Cyclades, with low-lying cubical houses, made of local stone and whitewashed or limewashed with various volcanic ashes used as colours. The unique characteristic is the common utilisation of the hypóskapha: extensions of houses dug sideways or downwards into the surrounding pumice

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Athens (Piraeus)

Athens, the capital city of Greece is an active cosmopolitan mix of different cultures and people, passionate about their art and history. The climate is one of the best in Europe, with mild winters and very hot summers, ideal for tourism. It is located just a few miles from the port of Piraeus, the central commercial port of the capital, and the shores of southern Attica. The main attractions of Athens are The Ancient Agora, Anafiotika, The Acropolis, Mount Lycabettus, Thiseion Cinema, Gazi, Monastiraki Flea Market, Pireaus seaside, Pireaus open air market, Kastella Hill, Veakio open air theatre and Piraeus Archaeological.

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Probably the most famous of the Greek Islands, Queen of the Cyclades, and the most cosmopolitan. Mykonos, owes its fame to the beauty of its capital, its white houses narrow passages, and their numerous high quality beaches. Tourism is a major industry, and Mykonos is particularly renowned for its cosmopolitan nightlife; many international celebrities visit the island every summer and and its proximity to the island of Delos, rich in archaeological treasures.

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Naples (Italy)

Naples is the capital of Campania, one of the largest metropolises on the Mediterranean Sea. The Port of Naples is one of the largest Italian seaport and one of the largest seaport in the Mediterranean Sea. Naples' historic city centre is the largest in Europe and is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Naples has long been a major cultural centre with a global sphere of influence, particularly during the Renaissance and Enlightenment eras. In the immediate vicinity of Naples are numerous culturally and historically significant sites, including the Palace of Caserta and the Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Culinary Naples is synonymous with pizza, which originated in the city. Neapolitan music has furthermore been highly influential, credited with the invention of the romantic guitar and the mandolin, as well as notable contributions to opera and folk standards.

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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: Voyager of the Seas


Voyager of the SeasSM has the capacity and variety to satisfy every taste.  It’s all on board Voyager of the Seas.

For some family fun you can enjoy a round of mini golf, watch a show, give your children an amazing day at Adventure Ocean®, or let your older ones have a dance at the teen disco. For some grown-up fun there are bars and lounges and the Casino Royale in which to while away the night. And if you fancy a bit of adventure, try the climbing wall or go skating on the ice rink.You can also indulge yourself in the Day Spa, keep fit at the Fitness Center or even enjoy a competition at the mini golf. The Royal Promenade with its cafés and shops is ideal to wonder about.When it comes to dining, you can choose from tasty fine Italian cooking or a classic American hamburger and chips at Johnny Rockets to casual bites, sandwiches, pizzas and coffees at the Café Promenade or head to the buffet in Windjammer Café for a quick snack with amazing ocean views.

Year renovated 2014
Beam 48 m.
Length 311 m.
Tonnage 138.000 tn.
Occupancy 3114
Crew 1185
Ratio passenger / crew Standard 3:1
Ratio tonnage/passengers Excellent 44:1
Number of decks 15
Number of staterooms 1557
Number of interior staterooms 618
Number of staterooms with balcony 757
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What's included onboard?

Port taxes

Vitality Spa and Fitness facilities (except treatments)

Your stateroom plus dedicated stateroom attendants on hand

Full board including a range of incredible complimentary dining experiences with each ship offering something different

World-class cruise entertainment (a charge may be made for some entertainment activities onboard)

What's not included?

Internet access is not included (unless otherwise stated due to a special offer) - VOOM, the fastest internet at sea, is now available on every Royal Caribbean ship (internet packages are available to purchase, please contact an agent to do so)

Travel insurance

Unless otherwise agreed, the price does not include non UK departure taxes or airport improvement tax (on some itineraries this will have to be paid locally)

Speciality Restaurants are not included (a supplement is required)

Unless otherwise agreed (such as a special offer): shore excursions and personal expenses are not included (for example, onboard drinks, laundry charges, health and beauty treatments, hairdressing, telephone calls, etc)

Service charge for onboard dining and stateroom staff is not included and will be automatically added when onboard (you can pre-pay gratuities if you wish, please contact and agent to do so)

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