Italy, France, Spain, Gibraltar - NCL Viva - NEW SHIP

Cruise No: SP3556
Departures: 04/6, 14/6, 23/7, 02/8, 10/9, 20/9, 29/10, 08/11 & 18/11 2024

Embark on the NEW megaship NCL Viva for a magnificent 11day cruise to Italy, France, Spain, Gibraltar.

Imagine cruising just the way you want it: with no timetable to follow but your own. That is the freedom Norwegian Cruise Line provides in all the itineraries. Indulge your taste buds at one of our wide-ranging dining options, or perhaps you would prefer a dinner and a show combination. Relax at some of the most spacious and modern staterooms in the cruise industry before venturing out to experience the shore excursion of your choice.

Welcome aboard the all-new Norwegian Viva, the next stunning ship in the brand-new Prima Class, designed for you to live life to the fullest.

Wide-Open Spaces: Explore the greater wide open aboard the most spacious new cruise ship at sea with the most outdoor deck space so you can get up close and personal with the ocean.

Experiences Beyond Expectation: Dip into the horizon in the infinity pools, zoom around our three-story race track and discover new and exciting experiences for everyone from bow to stern.

First-Rate Service: Never have to wait a second for that second round - or anything else. With the highest staff-to-guest levels of any new ship, you'll always feel prioritized and pampered.

DestinationFrance, Italy, Spain
Month AvailabilityAugust 2024, September 2024, October 2024, November 2024

11 day with Norwegian Viva on full board basis at the cabin of your preference.

Port taxes. 

Entertainment on board.


Air ticket Larnaca - Rome // Lisbon - Larnaca. 

Airport taxes. 

Drinks paid onboard. 

Tipping approximatly $20 per person per day.

Shore excursions purchased onboard.

Transfers airport/port/airport.

Travel insurance (Highly recommended).

For some departures, the port of call and time of arrival/departure may vary.
Prices are subject to changes at the time of reservation.

Day 1: Rome, Civitavechia port

Embarkation on Norwegian Viva from Rome port. The ship departs at 17:00


Day 2: Livorno, Florence

The ship arrives at Livorno port at 06:00 and departs at 19:00

How lucky to visit the Tuscan region, Florence & Pisa, resplendent in art and history. What's even more fortunate is that all the main attractions in Florence are centrally located for the perfect walking tour. See Santa Croce, Piazza del Duomo and Michelangelo's David.

Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance, symbolizes the wealth and power of Italy's golden age more than any other city in Italy. It offers much more than the famous leaning tower.
The Leaning Tower was designed many centuries ago as a Campanile - a free-standing bell tower of Pisa Cathedral. Although designed to be standing vertically, the tower started to lean the southeast direction shortly after its construction began.
Cathedral of Santa Marla Del Flore is the second largest cathedral in the world, capable of holding 3,000 people. Begun in 1296, it took 140 years to complete.


Day 3: Nice/Monaco

The ship arrives at Nice port at 07:00 and departs at 18:00

At the foot of the Alps is the jewel of the French Riviera. Luxuriate on long sandy beaches and terrace cafes. Stroll along the Promenade des Anglais. Savor pissaladis and caillettes on your cruise to Nice/Monaco (Villefranche).

The Nice’s main attractions are the Promenade des Anglais (Walkway of the English) – a beautiful seaside promenade and the Old Town of Nice – the historic part of Nice, full of delicious restaurants, pubs, and souvenir shops. Here you will find the main city market (Cours Saleya) and narrow streets created by high and colorful tenement houses.

Do not miss the Place Masséna – the main city square, ideal as a starting point to explore the city. It is also a meeting place for the inhabitants of Nice.


Day 4: Marseille

The ship arrives at Marseille port at 06:00 and departs at 18:00.

A pleasant thing to do is simply sit down at one of the cafes overlooking the port of Marseilles and, sipping a Pastis, observe the landscape and the people who inhabit it. Also called the "Porpoise City ", Marseille is France’s sunniest town, charming with its gullies where you can swim, its history and culture and restaurants with cosmopolitan cuisine. You cannot leave without having first toured on the “Cours Julien”, the street for shopping. The port of Marseille is perhaps a typical tourist destination, but it deserves to be visited for the ferry that leaves from the Town Hall and the old church, which replaced a Templar building. 

Not to be missedAix-en-Provence , Avignon, the city of the Popes


Day 5: Barcelona

The ship arrives at Barcelona port at 07:00 and departs at 19:00

The capital of Catalonia, and one of its provinces, Barcelona, is a place of palpable history, where you can lose yourself strolling down the medieval streets of the Barri Gotic. It's a city designed to delight the senses: visit other-worldly Modernista churches like Gaudi's La Sagrada Familia, or treat yourself at a street side cafe to Patatas Bravas or a Passion Fruit Mojito. 

  • Known for its scenic post modern architecture, some of Barcelona's can't-miss sites are La Pedrara, La Sagrada Familia and Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar.
  • The Sagrada Familia church has taken longer to build than the great pyramids.

Day 6: Mallorca

The ship arrives at Palma De Mallorca port at 07:00 and departs at 17:00.

Imagine an island with turquoise blue waters, secret coves, soft golden sands, lush green foliage, rugged mountains, picturesque villages and a vibrant capital city. Now drop that island in the sea only a couple of hours flight from most European cities... that's Mallorca (also known as Majorca) in a nutshell.

The island and its capital, Palma, are overflowing with character while its beaches are famous all around the world, making it one of the most sought-after summer destinations. Generously furnished with luxury hotels and villas, Mallorca is also one of the world's sailing hotspots. The locally produced foodie delights and wines, delicious traditional cuisine and first-class restaurants with Michelin stars have only added to its appeal. But that's not all, an island steeped in history, Mallorca boasts charming villages, historic sights, an artisan and cultural scene and popular events taking place throughout the year. If relaxing is your thing, grab a sun lounger at a beach club, hop on a boat trip or stroll through the old streets in Palma for some leisurely shopping. Just don't expect to relax for too long as there are theme and water parks for the whole family to enjoy, as well as watersports, thousands of things to do and all the serious walking and cycling you could care to do on holiday. And, if you've not overdone the daytime, there's always the bustling nightlife to finish you off.


Day 7: Ibiza

The ship arrives at Ibiza port at 07:00 and departs at 15:00

Ibiza is synonymous with celebration and fun. Await the sunset to enjoy the night, the dawn and the next day.
Ibiza is a tourist destination known for fun, but it's also a UNESCO World Heritage site that has a lot to offer. During the stop in the port of Ibiza, visit the Las Dalias market, where you'll find jewelry and other examples of local craftsmanship. If you want to buy home unusual items, check out Sluiz, a shop located in Santa Gertrudis that contrasts starkly with the quaint atmosphere of the village. Also visit the island of Formentera, located less than an hour from the city.

Not to be missed: Stand up paddle at sunset, a Catamaran cruise and Snorkelling in Cala Tarida


Day 8: Motril, Spain

The ship arrives at Motril port at 10:00 and departs at 21:00

Motril is a magnificent Spanish gem on the Mediterranean coast. The relaxing sands of Playa de Torrenueva are a great place to spend a sunny day. For some inland exploring, head to the Cueva Del Capitan for a fantastic nature hike. There's also plenty of history waiting to be experienced in the city. Stop by the Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Cabeza to see a 17th-century church surrounded by incredible panoramic views. Then head to the Pre-industrial Sugar Cane Museum to learn all about the region's staple crop.

Motril is famous for the Playa de Torrenueva is an expansive and relaxing beach on the Mediterranean coast of Motril that’s lined with cafes and bars nearby.  

Fun Fact: Foodies - One of the most popular local dishes is Migas, a combination of bread crumbs, olive oil, paprika, garlic, and different meats and vegetables.  

Fun Fact: Landmarks - The Preindustrial Sugar Cane Museum provides a fun educational tour through the history of Motril’s staple crop.


Day 9: Cadiz, Seville

The ship arrives at Cadiz port at 08:00 and departs at 21:00

Travel through the streets of the port, where Christopher Columbus left for America, and visit this beautiful town and its surroundings.
Make a stop in Cadiz, an Andalusian town that gives its name to the region it is capital of and the gulf on whose heights it stands proud. Its buildings are characterised by influences, in chronological order, of the Carthaginians, Romans, Moors and the Christians. The port of Cadiz was the departure point of the expedition that led to the discovery of America. Here you can admire the charming seafront promenade and the 3 km bridge that crosses the bay. Don't miss the chance to taste "tapas de chorizo" or see a flamenco show.

Not to be missed: White towns of Andalusia, Panoramic tour of Cadiz, Discover Cadiz by bike


Day 10: Gibraltar

The ship arrives at Gibraltar port at 06:00 and departs at 12:00

During the stop in Gibraltar you come into contact with the unique history of this city located at the mouth of the Mediterranean. Visit the port of Gibraltar, dominated by a Moorish fortress, and discover the legendary rock in the company of Barbary macaques, if you have the courage to face the walk up the staircase that leads to the Summit. Otherwise you can use the cable car, with dizzying views. You can also opt for a boat trip around the fortress in the company of dolphins. And don't forget the shopping, with the advantages of duty-free.

Not to be missed: Panoramic tour of Gibraltar and visit to the top of the rock


Day 11: Lisbon

The NCL Viva arrives at Lisbon port at 06.00

Italy, France, Spain, Gibraltar - NCL Viva - NEW SHIP
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin category IX 2129.00€
Window cabin category OX 2469.00€
Balcony cabin category BX 2849.00€
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin category IX 1789.00€
Window cabin category OX 2449.00€
Balcony cabin category BX 2799.00€
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin category IX 1999.00€
Window cabin category OX 2279.00€
Balcony cabin category BX 2889.00€
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin category IX 1679.00€
Window cabin category OX 2129.00€
Balcony cabin category BX 2649.00€
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin category IX 1679.00€
Window cabin category OX 2129.00€
Balcony cabin category BX 2649.00€
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin category IX 1799.00€
Window cabin category OX 2329.00€
Balcony cabin category BX 2899.00€

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