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Had an email (again) from Ryanair advising of these special offer cruises on Costa Romantica

Costa Cruises
eastern Med Cruise from Rome 7 nights from £299 june + sept+ oct going to greek isles and Turkey


price based on inside cabin per person... mandatory tips charge 49 euros per person.
flights available with transfers through Costa at a supplement - or find your own with low cost carriers! or use airmiles!
you can buy transfers as well from Costa...

these are bargain summer fares for a 7 night cruise! two different itineraries

Jewels of the Aegean - 7 nights
Italy and Greece on Costa Romantica
departing from Civitavecchia (Rome)

Translucent and tranquil deep blue waters under cloudless skies and warm sunshine, plus classic monuments from antiquity and beautiful, stunning landscapes await you on this cruise aboard Costa Romantica.
Leaving Rome, the first stop is Messina where you can visit the Etna, symbol of Sicily or Taormina rich in Greek, Roman and medieval remains. Then Rhodes headquarters of the Order of the Knights of the Maltese. After Rhodes, Mikonos where you can explore the town centre, with its bright-painted balconies, many elegant shops and famous Little Venice district.
You’ll dock at Katakolon, to get to Olympia. Picture the ancient Games, cheered on by over 40,000 spectators, as you stroll around the ancient Stadium, in the archaeological park.


Colours of the Aegean – 7 nights
Italy, Greece and Turkey on Costa Romantica
departing from Civitavecchia (Rome)
Join Costa Romantica on a special itinerary to Greece and Turkey. Spend long summer days and balmy evenings cruising through thousands of years of history that encompass the Mediterranean Sea.
Leaving Rome, the first stop is Messina where you can visit the Etna, symbol of Sicily or Taormina rich in Greek, Roman and medieval remains. Then to Turkey with a stop at Izmir. From there mythical places are close at hand: Ephesus, with the extraordinary Library of Celsus and the Corinthian-style Temple of Hadrian. Crossing to Greece, you will have the opportunity to visit some of the most beautiful islands of Greece like Santorini with the typical village of Oia and Mikonos where you can explore the town centre, with its bright-painted balconies, many elegant shops and famous Little Venice district. Last stop Athens and the Acropolis, birthplace of Greek civilization.
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#1
seems to be 49 euros per person "service charge" on top,and of course you have to get to rome to meet the ship but still looks a good deal
#2
You gotta make your own way to Rome? :O
#3
you can add flights... for 2 adult and 2 kids up to 18, flying from glasgow was less than £2k... not too shabbty considering all your grub is included
#4
if only the flights and transfers were included....
banned#5
coffee included?
#6
Excursions included ?
#7
PineappleJ
flying from glasgow was less than £2k...


I'd want a private jet for £2,000.
#8
Not a bad price if you're wanting to try out a cruise holiday, I love them :)

Word of warning though... Civitavecchia is miles from Rome, a good 1hr 20 on the train or 2hrs by coach, I was surprised when we went that it was so far. So it won't be cheap - and if you are late, the captain won't let you board (this happened to a few of our unfortunate holidaymakers!)
#9
KittyKate
Not a bad price if you're wanting to try out a cruise holiday, I love them :)

Word of warning though... Civitavecchia is miles from Rome, a good 1hr 20 on the train or 2hrs by coach, I was surprised when we went that it was so far. So it won't be cheap - and if you are late, the captain won't let you board (this happened to a few of our unfortunate holidaymakers!)


All true, Rome not a cheap place to fly to either and Costa doesn't have the best reputation.

Royal Carribean out of somewhere easy and cheap to get to (eg Malaga) can be a much better bet.
#10
Would love to go on a cruise this year anyone got any suggestions for taking a 12 year old? Would want him to have plenty to do so as hes not bored, which ship is best for that please?

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