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Cruises to Genoa

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Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

Amalfi Coast, Tuscany & Italian Riviera

  • 02 Sep 2021
  • 24 nights
  • Ship: Borealis
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Liverpool - Ceuta, Spanish Morocco - Milazzo, Sicily, Italy - Rome (from Civitavecchia), Italy - Sorrento, Amalfi Coast - Salerno, Italy - Olbia, Sardinia, Italy - Livorno, Italy...

Includes: Earn Cruise Miles® with every booking*, Pound sterling on board*, Small ship cruising*, Sail aboard the New Ship in the Fred. Olsen fleet Borealis, during her Maiden Season*

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  • 02 Nov 2021
  • 17 nights
  • Ship: Aurora
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton - Cadiz, Spain - Valencia - Ajaccio, France - Genoa - Rome (from Civitavecchia), Italy - Naples, Italy - Gibraltar - Lisbon, Portugal - Southampton

Includes: Bonus on board spend*, Choice of car parking, on board spend or coach transfers*, No-fly cruising, No tips required on board*

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Western Mediterranean

  • 27 Sep 2021
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: Queen Elizabeth
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Barcelona, Spain - Villefranche, France - Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy - Naples, Italy - Palma de Mallorca, Spain - Barcelona, Spain - Toulon - Livorno (Florence), Italy - Genoa,...

Includes: Return flights & overseas transfers*, On board spend included*, Past passengers save 5%*, BEST EVER Complimentary Stateroom Upgrades*

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An inviting fusion of old and new

Cathedral of St. Lawrence, Genoa

Cathedral of St. Lawrence, Genoa

Biosphere, Porto Antica, Genoa

Biosphere, Porto Antica, Genoa

Genoa Cathedral, Italy

Genoa Cathedral, Italy

Portofino, Italy

Portofino, Italy

Statue of Garibaldi, Genoa

Statue of Garibaldi, Genoa

ROL Cruise recommends…

1. Exploring the waterfront

In 1492 Christopher Columbus departed Genoa’s old port on a journey that led him to the New World. Five hundred years later, Porto Antico enjoyed a much needed renaissance, transforming it into a welcoming and educational place to start your Genoese journey. Climb aboard the replica Neptune galleon to get a feel for the area’s maritime past, or visit the expansive Galata Museo del Mare to learn more. Appreciate the wonders of nature at the tropical Biosfera (biosphere) and the Acquario di Genova, Europe’s largest aquarium. To view where you’ll go next, take to the skies in Il Bigo, a crane-like lift offering panoramic views of the city.    

2. Ancient attractions

A short walk from the port brings you to the strikingly striped façade of the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, which is said to protect the ashes of St. John the Baptist and the Holy Grail. Marvel at its twelfth century Gothic and Romanesque exterior before stepping through its monochrome archway to discover a grandiose interior. Glorious frescoes are trimmed with gold while intricately sculpted medieval marble completes its divine ambience. Visit the nearby Piazza de Ferrari for the Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) and Teatro Carlo Felice, a popular opera house. A few blocks north, prepare to be captivated by Via Garibaldi – a palace, gallery and museum-lined UNESCO World Heritage Site built during Genoa’s golden era.

3. A taste of Genoa

Genoa’s name is synonymous with the light and fluffy Genoese sponge, but you may not know it’s also famed for being the homeland of pesto. Vibrant and flavoursome, this simple but delectable sauce can be found adorning pasta and gnocchi across the city. Pick a quaint cafe or family-run restaurant to sample this speciality, or chose from an array of freshly-caught seafood, pizza or the Ligurian capital’s other treasured delicacy, tripe. A glass of local wine, a refreshing gelato and a meal-ending grappa round off the atmospheric experience.