MSC: 8-Day cruise from Italy to Sicily / Malta / Majorca / Spain / France for €199 p.p
MSC: 8-Day cruise from Genoa, Italy to Sicily / Malta / Balearic Islands / Spain / France for €199 per person in inside cabin for 2 persons. Get a cheap cruise from Italy to Naples / Messina / Valletta / Palma de Mallorca / Barcelona / Marseille by MSC. Cruise starts on 28 of March 2020. The price does not include service tips and alcohol on board.
MSC Grandiosa is a Meraviglia Plus-class cruise ship owned and operated by MSC Cruises. She is the first of three Meraviglia Plus-class ships set to operate for the cruise line and is the current flagship for MSC Cruises. She commenced operations on 10 November 2019. At the time of delivery, she was the sixth largest cruise ship by gross tonnage, behind AIDAnova.
28 March – 4 April 2020
Genoa – Naples – Messina – Valletta – Palma de Mallorca – Barcelona – Marseille
Full board accommodation (breakfast, lunch, afternoon coffee, dinner, snacks during the day, sometimes midnight snacks). There will be possible to use for free-on-board facilities. Participation in all recreational activities, entertainment programs on board, musical shows, cabaret dances and programmed festivals during the cruise.
Where to book:
A website is in the Italian language, please use Google translate if it is needed
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