We will start our tour heading towards the Cuevas del Drach (Caves of Drach), located on the eastern coast of Mallorca. The caves are one of the main tourist attractions and undoubtedly one of the most remarkable on the island, as they have a horizontal development close to 2,400 meters in length and a depth, at their maximum point, of 25 meters below the surface.

Inside the caves, there is a large underground lake, Lake Martel, considered one of the largest underground lakes in the world (177 m long by 30 m wide), where daily classical music concerts are held with pieces by Caballero, Chopin, Offenbach, and more. The unparalleled beauty of these caves is enhanced by the lighting designed and executed by engineer Carlos Buigas. At the end of the visit, we will head to the center of Palma de Mallorca, where we will have free time to stroll around the capital, visit its Cathedral, and more. Later, we will return to the coach to travel to the cruise terminal and return to the ship with enough time to have lunch on board.

This tour includes bus service and entrance to the Caves, without a guide. The AmbienTravel companions will provide important information in Spanish and English.
This excursion is only half-day. We will return to the ship for lunch.



We will begin the journey with a stop at Vallon des Auffes, passing through La Corniche: a scenic coastal route that skirts the city of Marseille, traveling through the area of Plage des Catalans to the quaint port of Vallon des Auffes. It’s a beautiful and straightforward route to explore from the center of Marseille. From there, you can enjoy views of the Frioul Archipelago and the Château d’If.

Later, we will stop at the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, a 19th-century monument beloved by the people of Marseille. It offers an exceptional panoramic view of the city from its highest point, known as the “Cité Phocéenne.”

We will make a stop at the Abbey of St. Victor, dating back to the 5th century. From there, you’ll have a magnificent panorama of the Fortresses of Saint Jean and Saint Nicolas, guarding the entrance of the Vieux Port, the oldest port in the Mediterranean. To conclude our tour in Marseille, we’ll visit the Vieux Port, the authentic heart of the city, admiring its modern renovation designed by architect Norman Foster and its L’Ombrerie pavilion.

Here, you’ll have some free time to relax, have a drink, and even do some shopping if you’d like. At the end of the excursion, we’ll return to the port and bid farewell.

This excursion includes a guide in Spanish. If we reach a minimum number of participants, it will also have a guide in English. This excursion is only half-day. We will return to the ship for lunch.



We will discover the city of the Medici family through a guided tour starting from Piazza Santa Maria Novella, located just a few steps from Florence’s main train station. This square is one of the city’s main focal points. From there, we’ll head to the magnificent complex of the Cathedral of Santa Maria dei Fiore, also known as the Cathedral of Santa Maria of the Flower (exterior). It’s a masterpiece of Gothic and early Italian Renaissance architecture. Symbolizing the wealth and power of the Tuscan capital during the 13th and 14th centuries, the Florentine cathedral is one of the largest buildings in Christianity. Its name refers to the lily, Florence’s symbol, or the old name of the town called Fiorenza. Others interpret the flower as a reference to Christ. The cathedral’s impressive dome, designed by Brunelleschi, is accompanied by Giotto’s Campanile (exterior), standing at 84.70 meters in height, and the Baptistery of St. John (exterior), known for its famous bronze doors. The ensemble of the church, the bell tower, and the baptistery forms one of Florence’s artistic and architectural gems. Our stroll continues through various streets, from Republic Square to Piazza della Signoria, to see the Palazzo Vecchio, an ancient palace built between 1299 and 1314 as a residence and workspace for the republic’s officials. It stands out for its adorned courtyard and artistic treasures.

We’ll admire the Loggia dei Lanzi, an open-air museum showcasing sculptural masterpieces. We’ll also catch a glimpse of the Ponte Vecchio, the only bridge in Florence that survived World War II intact, and reach Piazza Santa Croce to admire its marvelous church (exterior). This church is the final resting place of notable figures such as Michelangelo, Machiavelli, and Galileo Galilei. The Santa Croce Square, besides being a popular spot for street performers, hosts various events throughout the year. The church’s distinctive feature is its nearly 300 tombs, with inscriptions spanning from the 14th to the 19th centuries.

You’ll have free time for lunch, individual visits, or shopping.

This excursion includes a guide in Spanish. If we reach a minimum number of participants, it will also have a guide in English. This excursion is only half-day. We will return to the ship for lunch.
This excursion is a full-day tour and does not include lunch. There will be free time to have something to eat. In any case, when we return to the ship in the late afternoon, you will find several places open (pizzas, sandwiches, snack buffet, etc.) to have something to eat before dinner.


OPTION 1: Round-trip transfer only


Our private coach will drop us off in the center of Rome, where we will have the entire day free to explore the city on our own. We will gather at 4:00 PM for the return bus to the port of Civitavecchia to embark on the cruise.

INCLUDES: Round-trip transfer by coach from the port to the city. Ambientravel companions will give the important information in spanish and english.

OPTION 2: Panoramic Tour of Rome accompanied by a Guide


When passengers who prefer to explore on their own disembark the coach, we will continue with a panoramic tour of the city accompanied by a guide. From the vehicle, we will see the main landmarks of the city such as Piazza Venezia, the Roman Forums, the Colosseum…

Once the panoramic route is completed, we will disembark the coach to start the walking tour where we will stroll through Rome’s famous squares, always accompanied by Carmen: the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon…

At the end of the tour, there will be free time until 4:00 PM, the meeting time to return on the coach to the port.

INCLUDES: Round-trip transfer by coach from the port to the city, accompanying spanish speaking guide. If we reach a minimum number of participants, it will also have a guide in English.




Visit Pompeii, the city destroyed by the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Discover what life was like in this ancient city as you explore the ruins: a metropolis filled with artisan shops, taverns, baths, temples, and a grand amphitheater. Walking through the streets of Pompeii, you’ll come across remains of bones, an extensive collection of ceramics, and colorful murals on the walls of elegant houses. You’ll also be amazed by the distant sight of Mount Vesuvius, the volcano located 8 kilometers away.

INCLUDES: Private bus for our group from Naples to Pompeii and back, Spanish-speaking guide for the visit to Pompeii (if we reach a minimum number of participants, it will also have a guide in English). Entrance to the city. This half-day excursion allows you to have lunch back on the ship.



Capri, the gem of the Gulf of Naples, is known as the Blue Isle due to the intense color of the sea that bathes its shores.

The meeting point with the guide will be at the port of Naples, and on foot, we will head towards Molo Beverello. From there, we will board a hydrofoil and arrive at the picturesque Marina Grande port in about 50 minutes. Once we disembark from the hydrofoil, still accompanied by the guide, we will take the funicular to reach the historic center of Capri. Here, we will make our first photographic stop to admire the breathtaking panoramic view of the Gulf. The sight of Naples, Mount Vesuvius, and Ischia will leave us speechless. With a pleasant stroll, we will explore the historic center, walking through its narrow streets that open up like a labyrinth, surprising us with elegant cafes, high-end fashion stores, and art galleries that have attracted generations of artists and celebrities.

We will pass through the famous “Piazzetta,” marked on maps as Piazza Umberto I, considered the great living room of the island. It was here, especially in the 1950s, that the most eccentric and sometimes scandalous fashions were showcased, making Capri famous worldwide. The main architectural feature of the square is undoubtedly the Clock Tower dating back to the 17th century. In the same square, we will also find the Church of Santo Stefano, the largest on the island. Continuing our stroll, we will pass through Via delle Camerelle, named after ancient Roman cisterns, now converted into luxury shops. We will be captivated by the grandeur of the Hotel Quisisana, which remains a desired destination among the global jet set. We will reach the Certosa di San Giacomo Valley, where we can visit the Capri perfumery factory, Cartusia, which takes its name from the Certosa. From here, we will move on to the Gardens of Augustus, a small paradise immersed in greenery. We can enjoy a wonderful view of Marina Piccola (the ancient port of the island), the picturesque Via Krupp (now a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and the splendid Faraglioni rocks of Capri.

At the end of the guided tour, we will have free time to explore desired places on our own. Before the free time, the guide will communicate the time and meeting point for boarding the hydrofoil that will take us back to the port of Naples for the return to the Symphony of the Seas.

Upon arriving at the Beverello pier, we will walk to the cruise terminal of the port, accompanied by the guide.

INCLUDES: Round-trip hydrofoil from Naples to Capri, accompanying guide in spanish (if we reach a minimum number of participants, it will also have a guide in English), and funicular ticket for the ascent.


Pre-sales for our private tours on this cruise are now closed. You may buy them when on board of the ship, but the prices may change. If you have any question, please contact us at



Nuestra guía y el autocar nos estarán esperando en la terminal para realizar una excursión por Cagliari capital de la isla italiana de Cerdeña,
realizaremos un tour panorámico con el autocar visitando las principales atracciones turísticas de Cagliari: la Basilica Bonaria, el Bastione di Saint Remy, la playa del Poetto, el Quartiere Castello, etc…
El tour durará aproximadamente unas 4 horas, al final de la excursión podrás
optar por regresar al barco o, si lo prefieres, hacer una parada para disfrutar de tiempo libre en la Playa de Cagliari, volviendo en autocar al barco después. En el barco nos prestan toallas de playa antes de salir de excursión. Aún así recuerda llevar contigo la toalla, el bañador, la crema solar…


INCLUYE: autocar privado para el grupo de Ambientravel, guía de habla hispana durante las 4 horas, posibilidad de pasar tiempo libre en la playa al finalizar el tour con traslado al barco al finalizar.



Visita Pompeya, la ciudad destruida por la erupción volcánica del Monte Vesubio en el 79 d.C. Descubre cómo era la vida en ella mientras visitas las ruinas de la ciudad: una metrópolis repleta de tiendas artesanales, tabernas, balnearios, templos y un gran anfiteatro. Por las calles de Pompeya verás restos de huesos, una extensa colección de cerámica y coloridos murales en paredes de elegantes casas. Te sorprenderá ver en la distancia el Monte vesubio, el volcán situado a 8 kilómetros.


INCLUYE: autocar privado para nuestro grupo de Nápoles a Pompeya y regreso, guía de habla hispana para la visita a Pompeya, Entrada a la ciudad.


OPCIÓN 1: Solo traslado ida y vuelta


Nuestro autocar privado nos dejará en el centro de Roma, donde dispondremos de todo el día libre para visitar la ciudad por nuestra cuenta. A las 16:00 será la hora de encuentro para tomar el autobús de vuelta al puerto de Civitavecchia para embarcar en el crucero.

INCLUYE: traslado en autocar del puerto a la ciudad y vuelta.

OPCIÓN 2: Excursión panorámica a Roma acompañados de guía


Cuando los pasajeros que prefieran ir por libre bajen del autocar, seguiremos en él para realizar un tour panorámico de la ciudad acompañados de un guía. Desde el vehículo veremos los principales monumentos de la ciudad como la Piazza Venezzia, los Foros romanos, el Coliseo…
Una vez terminada la ruta panorámica, bajaremos del autocar para comenzar la ruta peatonal en la que pasearemos por las famosas plazas de Roma, acompañados siempre de Carmen: la Fontana di Trevi, la Piazza España, la Piazza Navona, el Panteón…
Al finalizar el tour habrá tiempo libre hasta las 16:00h, hora de encuentro para regresar en el autocar hasta el puerto.

INCLUYE: traslado en autocar del puerto a la ciudad y vuelta, guía acompañante de habla hispana.


Debido a la proximidad del puerto con el centro de la ciudad, en Génova no organizaremos tour. Te recomendamos que bajes por tu cuenta para visitar la ciudad: la preciosa zona del puerto antiguo, el Acuario (uno de los más grandes de Europa), perderte por sus calles…
Si quieres tienes la opción de contratar en el propio barco alguno de los tours que ofrece la propia Costa Cruceros.



Tomaremos nuestro bus para entrar a la ciudad por La Joliette, donde se ubian los emblemáticos edificios de Les Docks, antiguos muelles del s. XIX; y El Silo, hoy un centro cultural y de espectáculos.
Descubriremos la magnífica ciudad de Marsella, comenzando la visita por el Palacio de Longchamp (visita exterior), un palacio del siglo XVIII en el que disfrutaremos de su majestuosa fuente y sus jardines.
Pasaremos por delante del Arco de Triunfo de Luis XIV, ubicado en la plaza Puerta de Aix; y también por la Estación de Saint Charles y su impresionante escalinata del siglo XIX.
A partir de este punto continuaremos a pie, volviendo al centro para descubrir el barrio más antiguo de Marsella, Le Panier, donde se concentran talleres de artistas, escultores, pintores, galerías de arte, tiendas de souvenirs, terrazas, heladerías artesanales…
Veremos la Viellie Charité, el antiguo hospital de Marsella construido en la época de Luis XIV y hoy Centro Cultural. Continuaremos la visita entrando en la Catedral de La Major, una edificación del siglo XIX cuya primera piedra colocó el mismísimo Napoleón Bonaparte.
Bajaremos a la famosa explanada desde la que veremos de cerca el MuCem y la Ville Mediterranée, espléndidos museos inaugurados en 2013, año en que Marsella fue la Capital Europea de la Cultura; conectados por una pasarela al Fuerte de San Juan, construido en el siglo XII por Hospitalarios de San Juan de Jerusalén. Frente a él veremos el museo Regardes de la Provence, del siglo XVIII. Desde ahí tendremos una magnífica panorámica del Palacio del Pharo, la residencia imperial de Napoleón en el siglo XIX.

Tras esto tomaremos el bus de vuelta a la terminal de cruceros.


IMPORTANTE: El orden de los lugares a visitar puede variar dependiendo del tráfico. En este tour no está prevista la visita a la basílica de Notre Dame.
INCLUYE: En este tour hay que caminar 15 minutos (ida y vuelta) para tomar nuestro autobús de excursión.


· A continuación puedes elegir las excursiones que quieras realizar y el número de tiquets para cada una (para uno o dos pasajeros).

· Recuerda que en Roma solo puedes elegir una opción. Si los pasajeros del mismo camarote queréis realizar diferentes itinerarios, tendréis que hacer otra reserva por separado.

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