Ports of Call
MSC Splendida


Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona is one of the most important port in the Mediterranean and world's leading city in art and architecture. Visitors to this exiting city can stroll down the shady, tree-lined La Rambla, major promenade in the city. Visit Gothic Cathedral, Picasso Museum, the Museum of Catalan Art, and the Maritime Museum and enjoy the Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture. Barcelona is also famous for its extraordinary churches of the Holy Family.


La Goulette, Tunis
Tunis is capital of Tunisia, the northernmost African country, but the city feels neither Arab nor African. It's a place where old and new mix without any conflict. Over 3,000 years county has been occupied by Phoenicians, Romans, Byzantines, Turks, Spanish and French and finally gaining independence from France in 1956.

Genoa, birthplace of Christopher Columbus and Nicolo Paganini, one of the most talented violinists in the world, city of architectural and cultural treasures and a city of live with people of the all ages, backgrounds and all status. As Italy’s main and most powerful commercial sea port it has for centuries attracted people to its many narrow alleyways.

With it is Romanesque and Baroque churches, aristocratic castles, monuments and museums still holding wealth of art. Selected as European capital of Culture for the year 2004, this dynamic city is a vision of yesterday, with the fortresses and tick walls used to protect the city, the simple fisherman villages, ancient gardens, elegant homes, and romantic vistas of the gulf.

Sailboats and yachts line the shores of this sophisticated French coast. Enjoy French wines and cuisine while watching the sun set over the Mediterranean. Visit the famous Dame-de-la-Garde, the Cathedral Museum of the Roman Docks and the Puget sculptures at the town hill. The birthplace of impressionism at the home studio of artist Paul Cezanne is a must see for all art lovers.

Messina is beautiful natural harbor full of history located on northeast of the island of Sicily. It is the busiest ports in the Mediterranean. Its strategic location just five kilometers from the Italian mainland has made an important side for silk, textile and regular port for ferries and cruise ships. Messina provides a perfect opportunity to view Europe’s highest and most famous active volcano, Mount Etna.


The port of Civitavecchia lies about an hour from Italy’s capital Rome, and where your MSC luxury cruise ship will dock. Visit St. Peter Basilica, the largest church in the Christian world, built over the tomb of St. Peter, than continue to Roman Forum, with stop at Coliseum, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and Piazza Navona built on the ruins of the Domitian’s Circus.



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