- 11 Nights on the Celebrity Century -
Barcelona to Barcelona

October 11-22, 2007

Note: No Longer Available

Day 1: Departure from USA

Day 2: Arrive Barcelona, Spain
There's nothing quite like Barcelona. Especially if you consider the architecture. The city lays claim to its very own form of Art Nouveau, known as Modernisme. The Sagrada Familia Basilica is perhaps the best example of this beautiful and interesting brand of architecture, with its bold color, beautiful tile-work and swirling lines. At the same time, many find the work at the Picasso Museum and the cathedrals of the Gothic Quarter equally inspiring.

Day 3: Provence(Marseilles), France
Stroll the spirit and charm of France's oldest city - along La Canabiere toward the Vieux Port where ships have docked for more than 26 centuries, or in Cours Julien, a large pedestrian square lined with some of Marseille's trendiest cafes and theatres. And of course, no trip to Marseille would be complete without tasting its most renowned dish - bouillabaisse.

Day 4: Nice (Villefranche), France
Situated at the foot of the Alps is the French Riviera city of Nice. Once you arrive here, it will be clear why this jewel of the French Riviera is home to some of the world's most luxurious hotels and terraced cafés. Stroll along the ultra-famous Promenade des Anglais or see masterpieces by Matisse, Renoir, Monet and Chagall in one of Nice's many museums. For a true taste of Nice, sample the local favorites, including onion, anchovy and olive tarts known as pissaladières, along with succulent little black olives known as caillettes.

Day 5: Florence or Pisa, Italy
Occupying both banks of the Arno River and situated at the foot of the Apennine Mountains, is Florence. Founded by Julius Caesar himself, Florence is known as the birthplace of the Renaissance. History and art shake hands in this picturesque land where masterpieces like Michelangelo's David can be seen in the city's many museums, churches and galleries.
Pisa is perhaps most noted for its famous marble bell tower, known widely as the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It's no surprise the tower is still leaning (14 1/2 feet since 1370), considering that it resides in the Field of Miracles, known locally as Campo de Miracoli.

Day 6: Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
Once the center of the ancient world from which emperors ruled over nearly all of western civilization for hundreds of years, Rome is still considered by many to reign over all other European destinations. Here you can breathe the air once breathed by great Roman gladiators in the ancient halls of the Colosseum. Gaze upon the very ceilings Michelangelo painted at the Sistine Chapel. Or visit a monument to both size and faith, St. Peter's Basilica, the largest church ever built.

Day 7: Ajaccio, Corsica
Monuments, avenues, squares, and museums grace this charming city which fathered one of the biggest conquerors in history. The birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte is an island of rocky outcroppings and sandy beaches, set on a sunny bay surrounded by citrus groves, olive trees, and vineyards, and bursting with history and cultural diversity.

Day 8: At Sea
With one staff member for every two guests, Celebrity's personal service anticipates your every need. In your stateroom, outside by the pool, in the AquaSpa, anywhere at all, at anytime, the onboard staff goes the extra mile to ensure every aspect of your cruise is just the way you want it.
Aboard Celebrity, you'll find unlimited opportunities to indulge your interests. Attend an informative onboard lecture, participate in a game show, discover unique treasures in our upscale boutiques or test your love for competition in one of the many sporting activities.

Day 9: Valencia, Spain
One of the country's biggest and bustling cities was defended against the Moors by the legendary Spaniard "El Cid." Work up an appetite taking in la Calle de Los Caballeros and La Lonja, Valencia's old stock-exchange building of 1483, and reward your curiosities with a Paella Valenciana, Spain's most famous contribution to the world's tables.

Day 10: Gibraltar, United Kingdom
The great Rock of Gibraltar is a sight to behold, towering 1,400 feet above the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by beautiful countryside. Home to the semi-wild and curiously tailless Barbary Apes, and St. Michael's cave - long believed to be bottomless - Gibraltar is the only link between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

Day 11: At Sea

Day 12: Barcelona, Spain  & Home

Price Per Person:
Category Price
Interior Double   12
Oceanview   7
Balcony   2A
Single Supplement: $TBD

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Price Includes:
Cruise, Government taxes ($TBD), port fees ($TBD)

Not included:
Airfare, tips, tours, optional travel insurance, transfers ($TBD), and items of a personal nature.

Please Note:
All taxes, fees, port order and arrival/departure times are subject to change. Other room categories and triple/quad rates available upon request. Passports are required for most sailings.

Deposit - $450.00 per person. Final Payment is due 80 days prior to departure.


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