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Don't miss out on Norwegian Jade over 11 relaxing nights aboard the Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise to Africa & Middle East. Your ship starts out from Rome (Civitavecchia) and calls into 9 ports in 3 countries before returning to Rome (Civitavecchia). Your 4 star cruise from Norwegian Cruise Line has 7 forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Sat 24 Jan 2015 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 5.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Rome, the capital, and largest city of Italy, is full of unending possibilities. It can be reached from the port of Civitavecchia in approximately ninety minutes either by train or coach. Rome greets visitors with a multitude of faces, such as the Ancient City with ruins like: the Colosseum; the seven hills; the Roman Forum; and the Sacred Way, the path used for triumphal processions. There is Renaissance Rome, full of winding streets and sun-dappled piazzas, and the Vatican, home to the Pope. Also popular are the Sistine Chapel with Michaelangelo's famous Creation of Adam fresco, and his masterpiece, La Pieta, at St. Peter's Cathedral.

Art is everywhere, with masterpieces often hidden in tiny, nondescript churches. Organised tours, with strictly controlled numbers, are regarded by many as the ideal way to 'see Rome', as they generally result in more prompt access, without lengthy queues. However you can explore Rome at your own pace, perhaps with a city's Roma Pass, on an extensive hop-on hop off itinerary, including 17 stops, through the heart of Rome. You have the choice of a 24 or 48 hours ticket, in especially appointed tourist friendly buses. The 48 hours ticket also allows for an interchangeable hop-on hop-off Rome cruise.

Rome has at least 40 underground burial places - catacombs - under or near the city. Though most famous for Christian burials, they include pagan and Jewish burials, either in separate catacombs or mixed together. The first large-scale catacombs were excavated from the 2nd century onwards and continued until recent decades. Most visitors don’t forget to visit the Trevi Fountain, to throw in their coins and make their wishes! If you have already visited Rome, the surrounding countryside offers many fascinating choices, including the picturesque hill towns of Orvieto, Viterbo, and Bagnoreggio which are just an hour away from the port.

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2 Sun 25 Jan 2015 Livorno, Italy 7.00am 7.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Livorno is the third largest port on the west coast of Italy, and is well known for supporting cruise ship tourism to Florence, the Tower of Pisa, the hill towns of Tuscany, Cinque Terre with its enchanting villages, and the Chianti wine region, generally with time allowed for visiting some famous outlet stores of famous fashion houses. However the port of Livorno itself has a lot to offer visitors. Criss-crossed by Medicean canals that are still navigable, and with its port overlooked by towers and fortresses, this well-planned city is most appealing. In or out of town, you are sure to have a wonderful time.

Home to the first bathing establishments in Italy, many still remain along the promenade that stretches for many kilometres between impressive 19th-century buildings. There are also villas in the Liberty style, and green vegetation consisting of pine trees, tamarisks and oleanders. Local places of interest include: the Naval Academy founded in 1881; the city Aquarium; and the Museo Mascagnano with its records of famous operas. Also popular are the hands-on Natural History Museum of the Mediterranean with its 20m-long whale skeleton called Annie, and the Terrazza Mascagni that offers a wonderful view of some of the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.

Be sure to take a walk along Terrazza Mascagni, an elegant terrace with its stone balustrades, which sweeps gracefully along the seafront in a dramatic chessboard flurry of black-and-white checks. The Fortezza Nuova, built in the late 16th century, is in an area known as Little Venice because of its small canals. The interior is now a park and little remains of the fort except for the sturdy outer walls. The old-fashioned baths, Bagni Pancaldi, first opened in 1846, are great for those who enjoy the opportunity to swim, rent canoes, hang out in coloured canvas cabins and frolic in the sun.

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3 Mon 26 Jan 2015 Monte Carlo, Monaco 8.00am 5.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Monte Carlo is an administrative area of the Principality of Monaco in France. It really has a fairy-tale image with its beautiful Riviera - Cote d'Azur - setting, yacht-filled harbor and the elegant Casino that visitors can’t miss, though most don’t even enter to see the opulence and grandeur reflecting its exorbitant cost. It is an extremely rich place, where fast cars, big diamonds and flashy yachts are the norm. With its own Royal family who have ruled here since the 13th century, it is a place with which all of us are familiar. After all, who can forget Princess Grace Kelly?

The official language is French, but Italian and English are widely spoken and understood. Take in an overview of all the major sights on a ‘little train tour’. The eastern part of Monaco that contains the palace, at which guided visits are available, is probably the most interesting part of town. The Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium is a great attraction for families and it also features an excellent restaurant overlooking the Riviera. Nearby, the appealing information and historical exhibits found within the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology may be of interest, along with the rather unexpected and impressive, Prince of Monaco's Collection of Classic Cars.

If you are more interested in art, then the main avenues of Monte Carlo are littered with pricey galleries, with highlights including both the Marlborough Fine Art Gallery and the Galerie Monaco Fine Arts. Visitors may simply relax and absorb the beauty of the yachts in the harbour, wander through the covered passageways of the old quarter, have a drink in the grand Hotel de Paris, or shop in chic boutiques. On the other hand the more energetic may prefer to participate in the water sports on offer at Larvotto Beach, or walk along the Avenue St Martin to soak up the atmosphere and views from the cliff-side gardens.

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4 Tue 27 Jan 2015 Toulon, France 8.00am 5.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Toulon is a French city that borders the Mediterranean in the SE of Provence. Better known as France’s main naval base than a cruise port, there are some excellent beaches a short drive along the coast, and many visit the beautiful and often dramatic Provencal countryside, while others prefer to drive east to the French Riviera resorts. Bobbing sailing boats dot its busy harbour where French warships also constantly come and go. In Toulon there are numerous superb maritime and art museums, and in true French fashion you'll also find plenty of stylish spots for shopping and lunching.

Wander through the ever popular cobbled streets of the old town of Toulon untroubled by crowds, and visit the magnificent Romanesque Toulon cathedral, alo the celebrated Provencal market that takes place every morning, both of which are situated there. It is also home to some famous recently-restored fountains found in many of the small squares, each of which has a different character. The upper town of Baron Haussmann that uses the same style of architecture used in the rebuilding of central Paris has some outstanding buildings such as the Place de la Liberte.

Another must-do is to take a cable car ride to the top of Mount Faron that at a height of 584 m dominates the city. Here together with the delightful views one finds a memorial dedicated to the 1944 Allied landings in Provence and the liberation of the city. Le Mourillon is a small seaside neighbourhood to the east of Toulon that was once a fishing village, and is now a small fishing port. It is next to the reconstructed 16th-century Fort Saint Louis. The Museum of Asian Art is located in a house on the waterfront near the fort.

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5 Wed 28 Jan 2015 Barcelona, Spain 8.00am 5.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Barcelona, located in Catalonia Spain, is Europe's largest metropolis on the Mediterranean coast, and one of the world’s major global cities. Today, Barcelona balances itself on the cutting edge of architecture, intellectual life, and style. Indeed Barcelona won the 1999 RIBA Royal Gold Medal for its architecture, the first time that the winner has been a city, and not an individual architect. The ‘Gothic Quarter’ is the centre of the old city of Barcelona, where many of the buildings date as far back as the Roman settlement. The Art Nouveau architectural style has a great number of buildings listed as World Heritage Sites.

An outstanding example of this is the immense, remarkable, but still unfinished church of the Sagrada Família, which has been under construction since 1882, with completion planned for 2026. There are far too many famous attractions for all to be listed, however a few of the most popular include: the Barcelona Aquarium, with the IMAX cinema right next door; the Spanish Village that is home to replicate styles of houses from different parts of Spain; as well as fascinating traditionally made Spanish goods; and for football fanatics, the not-to-be-missed Barcelona Football Club Museum.

Add to this the Picasso Museum with his paintings displayed in alphabetical order, the Zoo, the National Museum of Art of Catalunya, and the Magic fountain on Montjuic, and one realises that this city with its old world attraction will not disappoint. Last but not least is Barcelona's old town, the heart of the city. It's made up of many small neighbourhoods, full of old-world character, linked by narrow, winding streets. Students, foreigners and artists thrive in this area, attracted by its sense of history and cosmopolitan feel, along with its trendy bars, concert halls and good restaurants.

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6 Thu 29 Jan 2015 Valencia, Spain 8.00am 5.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Valencia city, the administrative capital of the Valencian community and the centre of the region of L’Horta, is situated in the centre of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline. The Old City of Valencia, with its monuments, museums, and gardens, is a major tourist attraction. Here one finds the Gothic building of La Lonja that has been declared by UNESCO as a universal heritage monument. Built between 1482 and 1548, this late Valencian Gothic style building is possibly its major attraction.The Cathedral of Valencia, with its amazing Apostles Door that is situated in the centre of the ancient Roman city, where some believe the temple of Diana once stood, is also well worth visiting.

Then there’s ‘The Hospital’, built in 1409 with its fascinating history, as well as numerous medieval churches such as Saints John (Baptist and Evangelist) that contain some amazing frescos, and El Tempo with its large pillars imitating palm trees, all of which deserve special mention.The other half of Valencia's old town is more commercial and workaday. Here you can see the remains of the ancient city wall with its 15th century Serrano and Quart towers and the gateways used by traders and labourers to enter and leave the city. Nowadays, these old neighbourhoods live in much the same way as they have always done.

In contrast are the wide pavements, broad landscaped thoroughfares, and countless instances of modernist architecture that are equally as appealing. Here one finds a range of Squares, the largest being the Plaça de l'Ajuntament that contains the town hall, delightful gardens such as the relaxing Turia Gardens, as well as many museums housed in memorable modernistic buildings. These include the avant-garde and futuristic ‘City of Arts’ and ‘Science’ buildings that appear to be floating on water and contain the largest aquarium in Europe. This amazing city is also known for its main festival, the Falles, as well as the traditional dish paella that originated here.

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7 Fri 30 Jan 2015 At Sea
8 Sat 31 Jan 2015 Cagliari, Italy 8.00am 5.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Cagliari is the capital of the island of Sardinia, a region in Italy. An ancient city, it has seen the rule of several civilisations and in the ‘old city’ that lies on the top of a hill with a wonderful view of the ocean, it’s amazing to see the walls still intact, together with its two 13th century limestone towers. Importantly, the city is also home to exceptional beaches, rocky cliffs and numerous underwater caves that make Sardinia perfect for rock climbing, snorkelling, and scuba diving. To discover antiquities dating from the Phoenician era, visit the island's National Archaeological Museum.

Considerable other remains of the ancient city are still visible at Cagliari, the most striking of which are those of the Roman Amphitheatre, carved into a block of rock, and of an aqueduct that still serves the city. There exist also ancient cisterns, the ruins of a small circular temple, and numerous sepulchres on a hill outside the modern town, which appear to have formed the necropolis of the ancient city. Amazingly, the Amphitheatre still stages open-air operas and concerts during the summer.

Many cultures have explored Sardinia and left their mark over the years. Spanish, Egyptian, Middle Eastern, French and Italian flavours can be found in Sardinian cuisine. Expect hearty foods like lamb, wild boar, suckling pig and the famed pecorino sardo cheese. A great spot to relax, or to go exploring, is at the Botanical Gardens, situated near Villa di Tigellio and the Amphitheatre with its caves, waterworks and hide-aways, its own Roman cisterns, as well as a botanical museum.

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9 Sun 1 Feb 2015 At Sea
10 Mon 2 Feb 2015 Palermo, Italy 8.00am 5.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise The capital of Sicily, Palermo is an historic city in southern Italy and is situated on the NW of the island right by the Gulf of Palermo in the Tyrrhenian Sea. The 2,700 year-old city is noted for its rich history, culture and architecture. With Sicily's greatest concentration of sights, and the second biggest historic centre in Italy, Palermo is a complex, multilayered city that can be overwhelming if you try to see too much. However, not to be missed is a ride to the summit of Monte Pellegrino, which offers spectacular views of the capital itself, as well as surrounding mountains and the ocean.

The essential sights are pretty central and easy to cover on foot. Perhaps of paramount importance are the hybrid Cattedrale and nearby Palazzo dei Normanni (Royal Palace), and the glorious Norman churches such as La Martorana and San Giovanni degli Eremiti. There are some first-class historical museums of art and archaeology as well as beautiful palaces, villas, gardens, sculptures and archaeological remains. You would also truly enjoy visiting the open markets. Alternatively, head to: the fine beach at Mondello; San Giovanni dei Eremeti – a deconsecrated church built over an earlier mosque with numerous Arabic features.

Other places of interest include: the famous medieval cathedral of Monreale, amazing in every way from the architecture to the beautiful space in front of the cathedral; the modern state-of-art restaurants with their delicious offerings; the Museo Archeologico Regionale that mainly cover the period of Greek dominance; and the Catacombs at the Convento dei Cappuccini. Take a ferry or hydrofoil ride to the tiny volcanic island of Ústica just 60 km away to enjoy the village atmosphere and the murals that decorate the facades of the buildings.

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11 Tue 3 Feb 2015 Naples, Italy 8.00am 6.00pm
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Naples is an historic city over 2,500 years old, sitting on the west coast of southern Italy by the Gulf of Naples. Located halfway between two volcanic areas, Mount Vesuvius and Camp Flegrei and with numerous tours and cruise excursions available at the port, one may be inclined to miss out on what Naples itself has to offer. It has some of the world's best opera houses and theatres, and is often called an open-air museum because of its many historic statues and monuments. View finds from Pompeii and Herculaneum, destroyed by Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79, at the famous National Archaeological Museum.

An interesting feature is the cable cars that provide great views and an effective method of getting around town. The city is known for its rich history, with art, culture and gastronomy playing an important role throughout much of its existence. The historic centre of the city is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Visit the Garden of Remembrance with its splendid views over the bay and surrounding islands, the great glass-roofed arcade of the Galleria Umberto, the Piazza della Borsa, and for an alternative view of this Italian city, visit the Piazza del Gesu Nuovo, with its collection of colourful and random monuments.

Naples hosts a wealth of historical museums, indeed some of the most important in Italy. Visits to the historic Castel Nuovo, and the Palazzo Reale are of great architectural interest. Then there’s the18th-Century Royal Palace at Caserta with the Park, the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli, and the San Leucio Complex. Handicapped accessible tours in Naples are available in a variety of options: driving tours, tours by train, and tours by ferry. All tours include professionally licensed tour guides and step-free routes. All are sure to enjoy the famous guitar and mandolin music while absorbing the culture, and don't forget to taste the famous Pizzas.

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12 Wed 4 Feb 2015 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 5.00am
Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise Rome, the capital, and largest city of Italy, is full of unending possibilities. It can be reached from the port of Civitavecchia in approximately ninety minutes either by train or coach. Rome greets visitors with a multitude of faces, such as the Ancient City with ruins like: the Colosseum; the seven hills; the Roman Forum; and the Sacred Way, the path used for triumphal processions. There is Renaissance Rome, full of winding streets and sun-dappled piazzas, and the Vatican, home to the Pope. Also popular are the Sistine Chapel with Michaelangelo's famous Creation of Adam fresco, and his masterpiece, La Pieta, at St. Peter's Cathedral.

Art is everywhere, with masterpieces often hidden in tiny, nondescript churches. Organised tours, with strictly controlled numbers, are regarded by many as the ideal way to 'see Rome', as they generally result in more prompt access, without lengthy queues. However you can explore Rome at your own pace, perhaps with a city's Roma Pass, on an extensive hop-on hop off itinerary, including 17 stops, through the heart of Rome. You have the choice of a 24 or 48 hours ticket, in especially appointed tourist friendly buses. The 48 hours ticket also allows for an interchangeable hop-on hop-off Rome cruise.

Rome has at least 40 underground burial places - catacombs - under or near the city. Though most famous for Christian burials, they include pagan and Jewish burials, either in separate catacombs or mixed together. The first large-scale catacombs were excavated from the 2nd century onwards and continued until recent decades. Most visitors don’t forget to visit the Trevi Fountain, to throw in their coins and make their wishes! If you have already visited Rome, the surrounding countryside offers many fascinating choices, including the picturesque hill towns of Orvieto, Viterbo, and Bagnoreggio which are just an hour away from the port.

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Norwegian Jade is based year-round in the Mediterranean. Cruises range from 7 to 21 nights. Until October 2014 she sails from Venice to the Adriatic and Aegean Seas as far as Athens and the holiday coast of Turkey. Two 7-night cruises can be joined for a 14-night holiday. From November 2014 10- and 11-night itineraries head east to Greece and Turkey, staying overnight at Istanbul, and west to France, Spain and Tunisia. All ports have great historical and photographic appeals.

Accommodation
All cabins have tea/coffee making sets, TV channels and movies, mini-fridge, separate toilet and enclosed shower, and European duvets. Two single beds can combine to make a double bed. Cabins have bunk beds to accommodate four (though crowded), and some have inter-connecting doors for families. The ocean-view (two to four guest) cabins have a rectangular window or a porthole. Balcony staterooms accommodate a third or fourth person on a sofa bed. These rooms are larger with a sitting area and full height glass doors opening to a private balcony. There are no single cabins, and 27 cabins and suites are wheelchair-accessible.

Food and Dining
The ship has 16 dining options, and Freestyle Dining means you can eat anywhere, anytime, and with whomever, in formal or casual dress. The two main dining rooms are Alizar and Grand Pacific. Check the video screens to find out how busy each venue is, make a reservation, and find out the wait time. Alternative restaurants include: Cagney’s Steak House serving steaks in a 30s setting, and carved meats at Moderno Churrascaria. Blue Lagoon for trendy fast food, Le Bistro with classic French gourmet, Papa’s Italian Kitchen for traditional Italian fare, and Jasmine Garden Asian Restaurant for authentic Japanese/Thai/Chinese. Specialty restaurants have a surcharge and may need reservations.

Entertainment
The three-deck Stardust Theatre offers Las-Vegas-style razzle-dazzle production shows and cabaret acts. Many bands and solo musicians provide dance music and entertainment throughout the ship. The ship also features library, internet cafe, games room, a cinema with moving seats, a casino, and really comfortable cards and writing rooms.



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Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise

Cruise summary

Cruise: Mediterranean and Holy Land Cruise
Duration: 11 nights
Ship: Norwegian Jade
Star rating:
Departs: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Returns: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Ports of call: 9
Forward departures: 7

What's onboard? ▼

  • Atrium social centre
  • Shopping arcade
  • The Haven Suites & facilities
  • Weddings and packages
  • FREESTYLE DINING
  • Main dining venues (2)
  • Open seating, anytime
  • Specialty dining, cover charge (7)
  • Dietary needs, pre-order
  • Casual buffet in/out-door
  • Grill
  • Pizzeria (with delivery, pay)
  • Kid’s café
  • Room service 24 h menus
  • Coffee Bar & patisserie
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Show theatre (shows, cabaret)
  • Bars & Lounges (13)
  • Live music, dancing
  • Nightclub, DJ
  • Library
  • Card Room
  • Chapel
  • Casino
  • Conference/business centres
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Swimming pools (3)
  • Adults only pool
  • Whirlpools (6)
  • Spa & beauty treatments
  • Fitness centre & rooms
  • Sports courts
  • Jogging track
  • Internet café (pay)
  • Wi-Fi in cabin (pay)
  • UNDER 18 SUPERVISION
  • Youth Program welcome social, booklet
  • Children’s water park
  • Children’s centre
  • Splash Academy (6mo-2,3-5,6-9,10-12)
  • Entourage Program for teens
  • Port-day supervision (pay)
  • Late night child care (pay)
  • Teens’ centre, disco
  • Video arcade (pay)
  • Family Activities
  • OTHER
  • Elevators (12)
  • Wheelchair access good
  • Cabin current 110 V
  • Medical centre

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • All main meals on-board
  • Coffee, tea & milk 24 hrs
  • Open/anytime seating & multi-venue dining
  • Welcome bottle of wine in Suite
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Bridge director on select cruises
  • Kids clubs & teen programs (2-17 yrs)
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Butler, valet & concierge services (Suites & A Staterooms)
  • Special needs requests & service animals allowed
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Internet access & Wi-Fi (common areas, cabins)

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues (unless specified)
  • Alcoholic beverages, soft drinks
  • Casino gaming
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Service charge: USD 12 pp/night (can be pre-paid with fare) if over 2y. Adjust at Guest Services Desk.
  • Gratuities to beverage staff welcome.
  • Service charge for spa & salon 18% charged
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Babysitting in groups (2-12 yr)

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