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Mediterranean Cruise from Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Celebrity Cruises
Celebrity Constellation
10 nights
Prices range from
R 11 237.50
per person
Sailing Date
07 May
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Cruise Itinerary

Experience these incredible destinations on this 10 Night Cruise sailing from Rome to Barcelona aboard Celebrity Constellation., with its total length of 965 feet, weight of 91,000 tons and capacity to hold 2170 passengers.

Rome italy port colosseum
Rome italy port fountain di trevi
Rome italy port st. peters basilica
Rome italy port
Rome italy port basilica st peter


Day Port Arrive Depart
1 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 05:00 PM
2 Naples, Italy 07:00 AM 06:00 PM
3 Catania, Sicily. IT 10:00 AM 07:00 PM
4 Valletta, Malta 07:00 AM 06:00 PM
6 Mallorca, Spain 09:00 AM 06:00 PM
7 Cartagena, Spain 08:00 AM 04:00 PM
8 Gibraltar, United Kingdom 09:00 AM 06:00 PM
10 Barcelona, Spain 07:00 AM overnight
11 Barcelona, Spain

Terms & conditions

Terms and conditions apply. Fares are a guide only, are per person sharing and subject to exchange rate fluctuations. Itineraries and fares subject to availability and can change without prior notice. Fares are Cruise Only and excludes compulsory charges unless otherwise stated. Promotional offers are subject to change without prior notice, and subject to additional restrictions.
Inside Cabin

Inside Cabin

These cosy, comfortable cabins are perfect place to find solace after a busy day onboard.

R 11 237.50
price per guest
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Outside Cabin

Outside Cabin

Often paired with a sea view, these cabins provide you with the peace, quiet and comfort perfect to round off a day full of onboard activities.

R 16 362.50
price per guest
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Balcony Cabin

These rooms are completed with a balcony and are often ocean-facing, complimenting your day of taking in the pleasures on board.

R 15 862.50
price per guest
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Starting Price

Starting Price

R 11 237.50
price per guest
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Celebrity Constellation

"Solsticization" came full circle aboard Celebrity Constellation® when she received the rest of the Solstice Class® enhancements enjoyed by guests aboard her Millennium Class® sister ships.Enjoy 66 new staterooms including spa-inspired AquaClass® accommodations and Blu restaurant with a healthy and delicious "clean cuisine." Share vacation photos with your social networks through the Celebrity iLounge? or the enhanced Wi-Fi on board the ship. Celebrity Suites were refreshed with the addition of their own private verandas.Kids will love the new Xbox consoles within the Fun Factory kids’ club and X Club teen venue along with free play on Xbox 360 and Kinect for Xbox 360.Restful sleep is ensured on new Reverie® mattresses in all staterooms and suites. New sun loungers on both pool decks plus a fresh color scheme, carpeting and upholstery all contribute to Celebrity Constellation’s modern, new vibe.
Star Rating
Passenger Capacity
965 feet
24 knots

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Continental Deck

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Sky Deck

Resort Deck

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Sports Deck

10 Night Cruise sailing from Rome to Barcelona aboard Celebrity Constellation.

Celebrity Constellation® has just been revamped-we call it "Solsticized" since it infuses her with cosmopolitan Solstice Class features.

She boasts a spectacular, new look and ambience. From the minute you enter the magnificent Grand Foyer, or savour a flavourful steak in the sophisticated Tuscan Grille, or sip your favourite vodka at the ultra-cool, ice-topped Martini Bar-you'll feel pampered and transformed, too.

Sumptuous suites and staterooms offer stunning new décor and flat-screen TVs, yet the level of personal service remains unparalleled and meticulous. It's a highly enhanced experience designed for you.

Highlights of this cruise

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Once the centre of the ancient world from which emperors ruled over nearly all of western civilization for hundreds of years, Rome is still considered by many to reign over all other European destinations. Here you can breathe the air once breathed by great Roman gladiators in the ancient halls of the Colosseum. Gaze upon the very ceilings Michelangelo painted at the Sistine Chapel. Or visit a monument to both size and faith, St. Peter's Basilica, the largest church ever built.

Naples, Capri, Italy

Framed by Mount Vesuvius along a dramatic skyline, the 2,800 year-old port city of Naples is chock full of historical sites, churches, and museums that make it an incredible place for you to explore. And in the region where pizza was first invented, you know the food is going to be incredible. Just 35 miles down the coast, Salerno offers you a rich history but also boasts a marvelous collection of parks, natural wonders, and unique vantage points to take in the beauty of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Two cities. One incredible stretch of Italian coastline.

Catania, Sicily, Italy

Located on the east coast of Sicily, Catania is situated at the foot of the largest volcano in Europe, Mount Etna. Elegant, modern, and an important hub in Europe’s tech industry, Catania is also rich with baroque architecture, medieval castles, Roman era theatres, and a flourishing cultural and artistic center. The first university in Sicily was opened here in 1434. The Ursino castle built in the 13th Century is now a museum. The Piazza del Duomo, at the heart of Catania, is home to the city’s symbolic Fountain of the Elephant, constructed in 1736 from lava and an ancient Egyptian obelisk.

Valletta, Malta

Discover the myriad of cultural layers of Malta, from its amazing prehistoric temples at Tarxien to beautiful walled medieval Mdina, nearby Rabat, and Marsaxlokk, a colourful fishing village. Admire the stunning scenery and wander through imposing churches and down the streets of fortified towns where the Knights of St. John once held sway.

Palma de Mallorca, Spain

This island enclave is often described as a mini-Barcelona, with a Gothic feel that has overtaken centuries of Roman and Moorish culture. Visit El Baluard, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, which was built on the site of the remnants of the 16th century Bastio de Sant Pere, or shop for bargain pearls at the city's many jewelers.

Cartagena, Spain

During the 16th and 17th centuries, when Spain held sway over the rest of Europe and the New World, much of its naval power was projected from the port of Cartagena. Many of the coastal fortifications from that era still exist, although instead of guarding the city, they provide splendid views of the harbor.

Barcelona, Spain

Formerly a sleepy Spanish city, Barcelona has recently been reborn as an eclectic fusion of the modern and medieval. Seek inspiration from the creations of its modernist architect, Antonio Gaudí, or the Picasso Museum. Or, take in the breathtaking cathedrals in the Gothic Quarter.