Mediterranean: Italy, France & Greece to Venice Mediterranean: Italy, France & Greece to Venice Mediterranean: Italy, France & Greece to Venice

11-day Cruise on Norwegian Escape

Mediterranean: Italy, France & Greece to Venice

from Barcelona, Spain

Get ready to escape to the natural beauty, history and rich cultures of the Mediterranean with Norwegian. Set sail from Barcelona to Civitavecchia and explore Rome’s famous ancient ruins and works of art, from Michelangelo’s awe-inspiring Sistine Chapel to the beautifully-constructed Trevi Fountain. Then travel back in time, way back, as you visit Malta’s prehistoric temples and the caves of Ghar Dalam, where the island’s first traces of life date back an astonishing 180,000 years. Feel a world away in Split during a guided tour of two ancient historic sites that were used as filming locations for the hit TV show, Game of Thrones.
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    Explore a new European port every day of your cruise.
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    Enjoy 10 or more hours to explore in many of the ports.
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  • + Taxes, fees and port expenses $162.05 USD
11 Days. 12 Ports. 1 Amazing Vacation.
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Port of Call
Barcelona, Spain
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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. Explore more of Barcelona on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Palma, Majorca, Spain
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On the one hand, this city, founded by the Romans some 2,100 years ago, is replete with (literally) wall-to-wall history and architectural splendor. You can journey back in time and wander the mazes of alleyways and cobblestone paths that surround the Gothic cathedral. On the other hand, Palma is bustling with life, showcasing the island's best restaurants, shops, nightlife and a vibrant art scene. Explore more of Palma on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Cannes, France
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Drive up Suquet Hill for a view of the city, sea and Lerins Island - fabulous dahling! How many rich and famous can you spot, walk the palm-lined promenade de la Croisette and count. The French Riviera at its best...the International Film Festival calls this home. Explore more of Cannes on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy
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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. Explore more of Florence & Pisa on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
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Endless adventures await in Rome. With two and a half thousand years of history, art and culture, it is no wonder Rome is one of the most visited cities on the planet. Gaze at the masterpieces of the Vatican or walk into the past with visits to ancient relics, historic monuments and legendary museums. Or people-watch while sipping on an espresso in a quaint cafe.

Port of Call
Naples, Italy
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Cruise to Naples, located on Italy's stunning Amalfi coast, a city rich in history. A tour around Naples' grand piazzas, cathedrals and castles in the old center will take you back centuries. Pompeii is not too far either, a dashing city which boasts diverse cultural offerings and charming streets. Explore more of Naples on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Messina (Sicily), Italy
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The third largest city on the island of Sicily, Messina welcomes cruise ship visitors with its lovely harbor, extraordinary architecture (much of which miraculously survived a horrendous earthquake and tidal wave in 1908) and wonderful food. Stroll through Messina's Piazza Cairoli taking in magnificent fountains and cathedrals, or sip Marsala wine at a sidewalk cafe. Explore more of Messina on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Valletta, Malta
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Although somewhat scarred by World War II, Valletta prides itself on its magnificent Baroque palaces, piazzas, gardens and churches. The Magisterial Palace, built between 1571 and 1574, now houses the Maltese Parliament and offices of the President of Malta.

Port of Call
Corfu, Greece
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One of the lushest of the Greek Isles, Corfu is rimmed in dramatic blue waters and topped with tranquil hillside villages. A collection of quaint cafes in the town of Corfu feels very continental, but the island's secluded coves and sandy beaches could only be found in the Greek Isles. Explore more of Corfu on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Despite the magnificent 13th century walls that surround the city, Dubrovnik is one of the most welcoming cruise destinations in all of Europe. Dubbed “the pearl of the Adriatic” by the poet, Lord Byron, this Croatian city exudes romantic charm and beautiful scenery with its shimmering marble streets, centuries-old buildings capped by bright orange roofs, and lovely beaches ensconced between awesome rocky ledges. Explore more of Dubrovnik on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Split, Croatia
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This Mediterranean city on the eastern shores of the Adriatic has a long and eventful history dating back to the awesome Diocletian's Palace (circa 295 A.D.) in the center of the city. Split offers cruise guests a wealth of exciting places to visit, from the majestic cathedral and marble streets in the center of town to the harbour area with its café-lined promenades and views of coastal mountains.

Port of Call
Venice (Trieste), Italy
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The scenic port city of Trieste is steeped in history and natural beauty. Nestled atop a limestone plateau on a thin strip of land between the Adriatic Coast and Slovenia, the region has been ruled by multiple empires through the ages. This cultural fluidity is reflected in the awe-inspiring architecture and fusion of delicious cuisine found throughout the city. From touring museums and historic sites to strolling along its waterfront or reclining on a white-sand beach, this isolated, picturesque region of Italy boasts a wide range of attractions and activities.

Dates & prices
  • + Taxes, fees and port expenses $162.05 USD
Staterooms & Accommodations
There’s nothing like starting your morning with a glass of sunshine and fresh ocean breezes on your own private balcony. Our award-winning fleet offers a wide range of contemporary and comfortable accommodations designed for you, your family or even your group.
  • Club Balcony Suite

  • The Haven

  • Oceanview

  • Balcony

  • Inside

  • Studio

  • Spa Suite

Experience Norwegian Escape
Welcome aboard your best vacation yet.
  • Best Cruise Ship, Contemporary
    Best Cruise Ship, Contemporary
  • 2015
    Year Built
  • 4,266
    Double Occupancy
Complimentary Dining
Dine how and when you want and where your palate leads you with a wide selection of dining options. Discover our Main Dining Rooms, where our daily changing menus are as fresh as the ingredients, or reserve a seat at a specialty restaurant for a taste of something unique and unexpected. With no fixed dining times or pre-assigned seating and superb culinary experiences, nobody does dining like Norwegian.
  • American Diner

    American Diner

  • Food Republic

    Food Republic

  • La Cucina on the Waterfront

    La Cucina on the Waterfront