The newest jewel in the MSC fleet, the MSC Sinfonia combines modern Italian design with classic elegance. Relax by one of two pools, scale the rock-climbing wall, or work on your swing in the golf simulator. The Internet cafe allows you to stay in touch with family and friends while the virtual reality center helps you escape into another world. Please your palate in two restaurants, a grill, and a pizzeria – all offering a variety of dishes including delectable Italian specialties. With a high crew-to-guest ratio and impeccable service, you’ll find no detail is too trivial in ensuring your comfort. When the stars come out, soak in a whirlpool or catch a show in San Carlo Theatre.
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Apr 30, 2019
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Genoa, Italy (Depart 06:00 PM)
Marseille, France (09:00 AM – 06:00 PM)
Barcelona, Spain (07:00 AM – 01:00 PM)
Genoa, Italy (Arrive 10:00 AM)
Cities to visit
Marseille is the second most populated city of France (and third most populous urban area) the biggest Mediterranean port and the economic hub of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. For people not afraid to discover a real place with real people, Marseille is the place. From colourful markets (like Noailles market) that will make you feel like you are in Africa, to the Calanques (a natural area of big cliffs falling into the sea – Calanque means fjord), from the Panier area (the oldest place of the town and historically the place where newcomers installed) to the Vieux-Port (old harbor) and the Corniche (a road along the sea) Marseille has definitely a lot to offer.
Barcelona is the capital and largest city of Catalonia and Spain’s second largest city, with a population of over one and half million people (over five million in the whole province). This city, located directly on the northeastern Mediterranean coast of Spain, has a rich history, having been under Roman, then Frank law before declaring its independence. For visitors, this has translated into the very modern, yet incredibly old city you see now in the 21st century, where the new elements work to both preserve and celebrate the ancient. This beautiful city is full of what European cities are known for (outdoor markets, restaurants, shops, museums and churches) and is fantastic for walking with an extensive and reliable Metro system for more far-flung destinations. The core centre of town, focused around the Ciutat Vella (“Old City”) provides days of enjoyment for those looking to experience the life of Barcelona while the beaches the city was built upon provide sun and relaxation during the long periods of agreeably warm weather.
Genoa (Italian, Genova) is a historical port city in northern Italy, the capital of the Region of Liguria. Genoa today, as a tourist attraction, is often shadowed by cities such as Rome or Venice, even though it has a long history as a rich and powerful trade center. However, with its multitude of hidden gems behind cozy alleyways, excellent cuisine (notably fish and seafood), renovated old port, beautiful sights (including one of Europe’s biggest aquariums), and its position as the European Capital of Culture in 2004 have made the birthplace of explorer Christopher Columbus an enticing place which is gradually becoming more included in the touristic market. With pastel-coloured terracotta-roofed houses, artistic churches, lovely seaside villas, and also several luxurious boutiques, Genoa is a must see if you want to experience the “quintessential” Italy.