Western Mediterranean - Azura P&O Cruises

Cruise No: SP3573
Departures: 18/04, 02/05 06/06, 27/06, 18/07, 08/08/, 29/08, 26/09 2024

P&O Cruises has been part of Carnival Corporation & PLC for over 20 years. The combined fleet of more than 100 ships visit more than 700 ports globally. And the family is ever-growing with a total of 16 new ships scheduled to be delivered to Carnival Corporation’s brands through 2025.

Azura is one of the largest cruise ships in the P&O Cruises fleet. Azura offers an incredible choice of bars, restaurants, sports and spa facilities, entertainment, plus lots of other exciting and unique features.

DepartureMalta-Valletta
DestinationFrance, Italy
Month AvailabilityJuly 2024, August 2024, September 2024
INCLUDED

8 Day cruise with Azura on full board basis at the cabin of your preference.

Entertainment onboard.

Port taxes.

Gratuities.

NOT INCLUDED

Air ticket Larnaca -  Malta - Larnaca.

Airport taxes.

Drinks and other services purchased onboard.

Shore excursions purchased onboard.

Transfers airport / port / airport.

Travel Insurance.

Note
Ports of call and arrival time may vary. 
Prices are subject to changes at the time of reservation.
1

Day 1: Malta

Embarkation on Azura from Malta port. 

2

Day 2: At Sea

Day at your leisure to explore and enjoy Azura. 

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Day 3: Civitavecchia, Rome

The ship arrives at Civitavecchia port in Rome. 

Civitavecchia, a former Etruscan port, is the seaport for Rome. And what about it? Everything here reflects the glorious power of a people who ruled the world. Located in cove, protected to the north by Mignone and south by the Marangone, the Civitavecchia port was built on the Tyrrhenian coast in Etruscan times and still preserves traces of this history. In particular, the Michelangelo fort and the old town with its 9th-century walls bear witness to the splendour of a medieval past. We have to take advantage of this stop to visit Rome, the grandiose capital with its world-famous monuments: the Forum, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, Trajan's column, St Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia, the Spanish Steps and so much more.

Not to be missed: The majestic Cathedral of St Francis of Assisi and The Fort Michelangelo, The Rocca, an impenetrable fortress

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Day 4: Livorno, Italy

The ship arrives at Livorno port.

Founded in the 16th century by the Grand Dukes of Tuscany - the Medici Family, Livorno remains a busy port and town. Its centre, which is walkable from the port, has some pretty bars, cafes and chic shops but most of Livornos cruise visitors head straight for Pisa, Florence, or the Tuscan towns of Lucca and Siena. You may be surprised to find that the recently restored Leaning Tower is just one of many towers in Pisa and that elegant Florence is compact enough to be walkable. With the Arno river running through it, you should be able to keep your bearings fairly easily as you visit the Uffizi Gallery and cross the gold and silver merchants-lined Ponte Vecchio on your way round the many attractions of this startlingly beautiful Renaissance city.

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Day 5: Nice (Villefrance), France

The ship arrives at Nice port.

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.

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Day 6: Ajaccio, France

The ship arrives at Ajaccio port.

In addition to the fine sandy beaches and vineyards that have made the island famous, Ajaccio is a place of extraordinary discoveries and edifying experiences. During your stop in the port of Ajaccio, Corsica, discover restaurants ready to offer you cosmopolitan cuisine typical of the region. Hike to the Parata Tower or choose the best routes for you to get to know the Genoese city and the imperial one. With each step, you can see the vestiges of the glorious past of this area.

Not to be missed: The Calanques de Piana and the Bay of Porto and the Turtle Park

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Day 7: At sea

Day at your leisure to explore and enjoy Azura. 

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Day 8: Malta

Azura ship arrives at Malta port.

Western Mediterranean - Azura P&O Cruises
2024-07-18
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin 959.00€
Window cabin 1479.00€
Balcony cabin 1599.00€
2024-08-08
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin 959.00€
Window cabin 1389.00€
Balcony cabin 1499.00€
2024-08-29
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin 859.00€
Window cabin 1349.00€
Balcony cabin 1409.00€
2024-09-26
Cabin Category Single Double Triple Quad Child Book
Inside cabin 829.00€
Window cabin 1289.00€
Balcony cabin 1409.00€

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