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MS EUROPA 2 - from Civitavecchia (Rome) to Monte Carlo
Cruise EUX152021_1
21.04.2018 - 21.04.2018 (11 days)
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Corsica’s untamed beauty and Spain’s modernity

from Civitavecchia (Rome) to Monte Carlo

Cruise EUX152021_1

21.04.2018 - 21.04.2018

11 days (0 days cruise only)

    The discoveries waiting for you on Italian, French and Spanish shores are as inspiring as the coastlines are picturesque. A fascinating cruise that takes in the many facets of the Mediterranean. The islands of Capri, Corsica and Menorca are inviting with their amazing panoramas, bizarre cliff coastlines and idyllic underwater worlds. Cartagena with its chequered past and Valencia – time honoured and modern – line your route to Barcelona. Wander through the streets late into the evening and marvel at the creative architecture of Gaudí. Calvi and St. Tropez both have bustling harbour promenades and boast breathtaking views of the sea – enjoy them before your cruise on the EUROPA 2 comes to an end in Monte Carlo. 

    Please note that your choosen cruise is conducted in German only. All printed matters are available in German. Nevertheless our crew is fluent in English.

    The highlights of this cruise

    • The embodiment of romanticism: Capri and the magically illuminated Blue Grotto.
    • Explore Cartagena on a Segway**.
    • Futuristic: explore the City of Arts and Sciences** in Valencia.
    • Where the jet-setters meet: relaxed hours in St. Tropez and Port Grimaud.
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    Your ship - MS EUROPA 2

    Twenty-one-knots. And no tie.

    All the promises of a yacht and the serenity of a small resort: on board the EUROPA 2, you can enjoy the highest level of casual luxury with a maximum of 500 guests. The ship has been awarded the coveted distinction of 5-stars-plus by the Berlitz Cruise Guide 2018.

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    Your suites on MS EUROPA 2

    Veranda Suite
    • Living area: 28 m² (301 ft²); veranda: 7 m² (75 ft²)
    • Walk-in wardrobe
    • Exclusive living area with a chaise longue
    • Bathtub and separate shower
    • Free mini bar
    Ocean Suite
    • Living area: 28 m² (301 ft²); veranda: 7 m² (75 ft²)
    • Natural light in the bathroom
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Whirlpool tube and separate shower
    • Separate toilet
    • Free mini bar
    Family Apartment
    • Living area: 2 × 20 m²
      (2 x 215 ft²)
      veranda: 2 × 7 m² (2 x 75 ft²)
    • Connecting door between the rooms and verandas
    • Separate toilets
    • Free mini bars
    Penthouse Suite, for disabled guests
    • Living area: 42 m² (452 ft²); veranda: 10 m² (108 ft²)
    • Bathroom with two washbasins
    • Separate WC
    • Butler service
    • Free mini bar
    Penthouse Suite
    • Living area: 42 m² (452 ft²); veranda: 10 m² (108 ft²)
    • Walk-in wardrobe
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Whirlpool tub and separate shower
    • Separate toilet
    • Butler service
    • Free mini bar
    Grand Ocean Suite
    • Living area: 42 m² (452 ft²); veranda: 10 m² (108 ft²)
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Separate toilet
    • Natural light in the bathroom
    • Shower with steam sauna
    • Whirlpool tub
    • Free mini bar
    Grand Penthouse Suite
    • Living area: 78 m² (840 ft²); veranda: 10 m² (108 ft²)
    • Separate living and sleeping areas
    • Separate dining table
    • Guest toilet
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Shower with steam sauna.
    • Whirlpool and daybed in the bathroom
    • Butler service
    • Free mini-bar
    • Further exclusive service privileges
    Owner Suite
    • Living area: 99 m² (1,066 ft²); veranda: 15 m² (161 ft²)
    • Separate living and sleeping area
    • Separate dining table
    • Guest toilet
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Shower with steam sauna
    • Whirlpool and daybed in the bathroom
    • Butler service
    • Free mini bar
    • Further exclusive service privileges

    At anchor - If the ship anchors in open water the ferrying ashore will be done with tenders or Zodiacs.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Scheduled flight from Germany to Rome and transfer to the embarkation point
    Civitavecchia (Rome)/Italy, departure 21.00 hrs

    Arrive a little earlier in the Mare Nostrum of the ancient Romans and discover the Eternal City*.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Capri/Italy , 10.00 – 18.00 hrs

    Capri
    A spectacular craggy coastline and a play of light: take in the island’s special atmosphere – for example, on idyllic beaches, enjoying an espresso on the promenade or on an individual boat trip to the legendary Blue Grotto.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Bonifacio/Corsica/France , 9.00 – 17.00 hrs

    Bonifacio/Corsica
    The houses in the old part of town sitting above the craggy coastline like a natural balcony, and the Esplanade Saint Francois in the upper town offers a magnificent view over the countryside surrounding Bonifacio and of the octagonal bell tower of the Gothic Saint Dominique church. All the aspects of this lovely town will be revealed to you on a city walking tour with a boat trip**.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Mahon/Menorca/Balearic Islands/Spain, 10.00 – 0.00 hrs

    Mahon/Menorca
    Unspoilt nature and traditional villages account for the appeal of Menorca, a large part of which is protected as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. As well as lonely beaches, discover the charming historic centre of Mahon or paddle through the Bay of Fornells** on a kayak tour past tiny islands and the rocky coastline with hidden coves. The idyllic underwater world of Menorca will be revealed on a diving trip**.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Relaxation at sea

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Cartagena/Spain, 7.00 – 18.00 hrs

    Cartagena
    The harbour city on the Costa Calida can look back over a chequered past. Follow the traces of its ancient past – for example, at the Roman theatre – and enjoy the panoramic views from the Castillo de la Concepcion. Just as magnificent is Murcia** with its landmark cathedral, which combines architectural styles from five different centuries.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Valencia/Spain, 8.00 – 18.00 hrs

    Valencia
    No other city combines cultural riches and futuristic modernity quite like Valencia. The cathedral, which was built over the remains of an Arabian mosque, and the famous Mercado Central stand in contrast to the visionary side of the city. You can explore this side on a bicycle tour along the Turia River**. In the dried up river bed, an impressive glass and steel building has been erected to house the City of Arts and Sciences – designed by leading architect Santiago Calatrava.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Barcelona/Spain, 7.00 – 0.00 hrs

    Barcelona
    Explore the bustling city and the works of Gaudí late into the night.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Relaxation at sea

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Calvi/Corsica/France , arrival 7.00 hrs

    Calvi/Corsica
    Corsica welcomes you with the impressive citadel of Calvi – the ideal spot to enjoy a magnificent panoramic view. Explore the quiet, narrow streets of the upper town, whilst the busy harbour promenade in the lower town is a great place for a stroll. A mountain bike tour** will take you to see the wildly romantic natural landscape of the island – with fantastic views over the sea.

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Calvi , departure 1.00 hrs
    St.-Tropez & Port, 10.00 – 24.00 Uhr
    Grimaud/France

    St.-Tropez & Port Grimaud
    Originally a little fishing village, now a legendary meeting point for the international jet set: stroll through the lively marina in St. Tropez with its wide choice of cafes. Alternatively, the Zodiacs of the EUROPA 2 will take you to Port Grimaud, a “little Venice” on the Cote d’Azur. The resort is criss-crossed by canals – how about taking a trip on a Coche d’Eau water carriage?

    Saturday, 21.04.2018

    Monte-Carlo/Monaco , arrival 6.00 hrs
    Transfer to Nice to scheduled flight to Germany

    * The pre- and post-cruise programmes listed are not included in the cruise price.
    ** The shore activities are not included in the cruise price and are in the planning stage. Subject to changes.

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    MS EUROPA 2 - FREEDOM THAT TAKES YOU PLACES

    The EUROPA 2

    All the promises of a yacht and the serenity of a small resort: on board the EUROPA 2, you can enjoy the highest level of casual luxury with a maximum of 500 guests. The ship has been awarded the coveted distinction of 5-stars-plus by the Berlitz Cruise Guide 2018.

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    Suites

    Plenty of room to feel good in our suites. On board there are no cabins but only suites with their own veranda. With a size of 35 to 114 m² and unlimited open space.

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    Restaurants

    Delicious diversity in seven restaurants. From upscale modern cuisine to a rich variety of Asian delights. Some opulent, some light, some fresh from the grill, some rustically inspired. The stylish ambiance in the seven restaurants underscores the most pleasurable gourmet expectations.

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    Bars

    Atmospheric evenings in six stylish bars. The bars on board the EUROPA 2 will quickly become your favourite places. Whichever you choose, a discreet service, a wide selection of drinks and snacks, as well as a wonderful ambience will provide you with unforgettable moments during your stay on board.

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    Relaxation

    The spacious OCEAN SPA awaits you with everything you could wish for to vitalise body and mind over an area of more than 800 m²/8,611 ft². And so that you never forget where you are, you'll always have a fantastic view of the open sea.

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    Entertainment

    Raise the curtain! Enjoy unforgettable events and spectacular shows featuring famous artists and stars on board the EUROPA 2. Great comedy, music from classical to pop, and exciting presentations and talks - and always first class.

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    MS EUROPA 2 - from Civitavecchia (Rome) to Monte Carlo Corsica’s untamed beauty and Spain’s modernity
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