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126 nights
08 Jan 2022
Costa Deliziosa
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What's Included

  • Full Board cruising – Includes Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snacks. Available in Buffet & Main restaurants
  • Entertainment – Duse Theatre for an evening of music & dance or enjoy The Bravo Chef Show witness the skill of the Costa kitchen staff and join in the quiz for your chance to win a meal!
  • Swimming pools, Hot tubs & Sports Courts available for all
  • Spa & Wellness* –The Samsara Spa let yourself drift away in the gentle waters of the thermal pools, steam rooms and Finnish saunas
  • Family friendly cruise with age specific kids clubs and activities
  • 4D Cinema* Enjoy the incredible experience of seeing a movie that engages all your senses.
  • Specialty Restaurants* – Includes Pizzeria Pummid’oro for an authentic Italian pizza

*Available for a supplement

Your Itinerary

Combining the refined elegance of traditional cruise holidays with the modern innovations loved by today’s passengers, Costa Deliziosa is an ideal choice for cruising first-timers as well as seasoned regulars looking for new horizons. This stylish ship has all the facilities and entertainment you’d expect from its bigger counterparts while still retaining a sense of great charm and conviviality. Its atmospheric design and artistic décor lend a chic ambience to its glorious show lounges and restaurants. From the moment you walk into the gorgeous entrance hall with its stunning ‘Sphere’ artwork by Arnaldo Pomodoro, you’ll be struck by the sparkling beauty of this lovely ship.

This picture-perfect medieval walled city offers ancient stone buildings, narrow cobbled streets and fortified ramparts rising above red-tiled rooftops. Stradun is the city's focal point and main artery while Dubrovnik's streets are blessedly free of vehicular traffic. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old city remains the pride of the Republic of Croatia and houses the world’s oldest pharmacy.

Sicily is an island surrounded by incredible beaches, sprawling cities and ancient hilltop villages with views of Mount Etna. As well as being renowned for its beaches and active volcano, Sicily offers beautiful architecture including the Norman Cattedrale and the Palazzo Reale, a former royal palace. Visit the classical ruins at Tindari and ancient city of Taormina for a real insight into Italy’s history and culture.

Rome is often described as being the world’s biggest open air museum - The Vatican's Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain where a tossed coin promises your return to the Eternal City. Take a walking tour of its many historical landmarks and enjoy the food, the culture, the ambience, and the surrounding scenery. There is no doubt you'll learn the meaning of la dolce vita (the sweet life) when you visit Rome.

Marseilles is France's second largest city and a virtual melting pot of peoples and cultures with a salty city with a feel and culture all its own. Dominating the harbor is the infamous Chateau d'If, the rocky prison from which Alexandre Dumas' Count of Monte Cristo escaped. Marseille is also your gateway to Provence. Also try the renowned bouillabaisse or tour the lovely towns and vineyards of Provence.

The Catalan capital is one of Spain’s favourite cities. Visit Antoni Gaudi’s inspiring La Sagrada Familia with its ornate spires, explore aromatic food markets full of locally grown cured meats and vegetables or head to the beautiful beaches within walking distance of the city centre. Why not explore the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, which offers a stunning view over the city and houses Spain’s largest collection of Catalan art?

A gateway to so many Andalucian attractions and Costa del Sol resorts, Spanish port of Malaga stands out in its own right as a vibrant destination with its own unique character. Rising high above the city with spectacular views, are the ruins of the 14th century Moorish castle, and Malaga-born Picasso is recognised with a history of the artist’s life at the city’s fascinating Picasso Foundation.

From the city of Bogart and Bergman nestled in the Atlas Mountains take a tour to Rabat, Morocco's serene capital, and to Marrakech, city of souks, storytellers, snake charmers and the famed Koutoubia Minaret. Also don’t forget to see the Hassan II Mosque which is a landmark of the city.

Tenerife is the largest and most popular of the Canary Islands, and home to Mount Teide, the tallest peak in Spain. Visitors can explore volcanic rock formations and tropical forest, beautiful beaches and dramatic landscape, with a diverse selection of nightlife on offer too.

Cartagena is a city of contrasts between the old and new, between poverty and wealth, between legend and reality. The 17th century walled Old Town, and fortress are stunning World Heritage Sites, offering an insight into the old legends of this city. The colourful restored Spanish buildings line the streets of Old Town, with areas of immense poverty and round the corner, areas of extreme wealth. This city is one that will surprise and sadden you, intrigue and amaze you.

The biggest beach in the area, at El Murciélago, is lined with a variety of inviting restaurants offering seafood and other local dishes. There are many water sports to enjoy in the clear blue sea, including diving, sailing, body-boarding, surfing and sport fishing. The nearby small town of Montecristi is home to some beautiful colonial architecture.

Callao is the gateway to nearby Lima, filled with history, culture and beauty. Lima is a mix of Renaissance architecture, Hispanic ruins, museums and a mix of ethnic heritage including ancient Indiana cultures, Spanish conquerors and a large Chinese population. The charming city’s historic town centre is home to Baroque inspired buildings and beautiful colonial buildings. With neighbouring vibrant towns, quaint fishing villages, beautiful beaches, Lima offers something for everyone.

Arica is known as the city of Eternal Springs due to its weather and high temperatures all year round. Coupled with beautiful beaches, this city is popular with visitors. Lauca National Park boasts panoramic views and a number of different wildlife species. Experienced hikers can climb the Parinacota volcano. The village of Parinacota offers an insight into the history of this area with the national monument offering traditional church architecture.

Cuba’s second-largest city and the base from which Fidel Castro and Che Guevara launched their revolutionary movement in the 1950s, Santiago de Cuba has inspired writers, musicians, politicians and architects to create memorable Cuban masterpieces. Visit the Basilica de Nuestra Señora de la Caridad del Cobre, Cuba’s most sacred pilgrimage site or see the 17th century castle overlooking Santiago Bay at dusk. Santiago is also the site of Cuba’s first coffee plantations which are today designated World Heritage Site. Not to be missed is La Casa de Trova, located near the Cathedral for live music and a festive atmosphere.

The only island inhabited out of the four islands in the Pitcairn group, the island of Pitcairn is surrounded with rugged cliffs, beautiful bays and is filled with history. Visit St. Paul's Pool to swim in a tidal pool nestled among seaside rocks. Adamstown is the only settlement on the island and offers an insight into the history of the island with museums, burial sites as well as caves and cliffs with spectacular views.

Papeete harbour is full of hustle and bustle surrounded by a mass of crystal water and sandy white beaches. Tahiti has a bustling, vibrant feeling with markets lining the streets, colourful boulevard and numerous sidewalk café. Neighbouring Tahiti Iti is home to a few villages and small beaches offering trips to view stunning waterfalls, archaeological sites and caves and beautiful scenery.

Bora Bora is surrounded by glistening white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and stunning mountainous landscape. This island is renowned for hosting many celebrities over the years because it really is a piece of paradise. The lagoon is three times the size of the island and is home to an abundance of beautiful marine life. You can hire bikes and circle the whole island taking in the breathtaking views and tropical wildlife.

The largest of the Cook Islands, Rarotonga is an island paradise. You can hike through its dense jungle peaks, spot some coral and tropical fish while snorkelling, go scuba diving in the warm tropical waters, and try windsurfing. Try the mangoes and acavados, or simply laze around on the brilliant white beaches.

The capital of New Zealand has a lively culture and arts scene. Home of New Zealand’s film industry, it has earned itself the title ‘Wellywood’ in recent years. There are plenty of top-quality restaurants, cafés, bars, galleries, shops and theatres to find, with attractive Victorian architecture to feast your eyes on too.

Akaroa is a historic French and British village situated in the heart of an ancient volcano. Set against a stunning backdrop of green hills and rolling countryside, it’s a beautiful location. The village offers colonial architecture, craft stores, cafés and many activities. Visit Flea Bay where you’ll find a large penguin colony, you might even catch a glimpse of a Maui dolphin, the world’s smallest and rarest known subspecies of dolphin. Kayaks and harbour tours are on offer for those wanting to get closer to the wildlife surrounding Akaroa’s waters.

Dunedin has a spectacular and varied coastline with a host of safe swimming beaches. Visit St. Clair with its vibrant and cosmopolitan Esplanade just ten minutes from the city, Tunnel Beach moody, arguably the most dramatic and romantic spot in Dunedin. For the more adventurous, visit Long Beach; a Mecca for rock climbers and cave dwellers that can be reached via Port Chalmers.

Hobart is a beautiful deep water port in the heart of the historic Salamanca area. Home to more than 90 National Trust buildings, Hobart combines colonial character with a metropolitan lifestyle. It is the gateway to Tasmania's many scenic attractions including the Port Arthur Historic Site on the stunning Tasman Peninsula, home to fascinating ruins.

Make sure you take a stroll down the stunning tree-lined Lygon Street for the best restaurants and cafes, or visit the famous Yarra Valley for the best in Australian wines. If you’re a sports fan you could also enjoy a tour of the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Sydney, the striking sights of the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge will welcome you with open arms. As Australia's most cosmopolitan city, you can expect breathtaking energy as you roam the bustling streets, exploring the sights of this spectacular destination. Admire the captivating works at the Museum of Contemporary Art, star gaze from the planetarium in Sydney's Observatory or amble through the beautiful greenery of The Royal Botanic Garden.

Known as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns is a tropical city in North Queensland. Experience the world’s largest reef system with a tour of the Great Barrier Reef. Visit Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park to learn about indigenous Aboriginals. Take the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway for unrivalled views of the lush landscape below and mingle with locals and sample fresh produce at Rusty’s Market.

The surreal old town of Rabaul is almost entirely buried in deep black volcanic ash from an eruption in 1994, but there are still beautiful sights to see such as the lush botanical gardens. The city’s wartime history has left much to explore on the island, such as the Japanese tunnels and bunkers. Go diving and discover the remains of sunken Japanese battleships as well as amazing coral and sealife.

- Osaka is the main gateway to the historical sites of Kyoto and Nara and is a city filled with rich heritage. The city is home to many museums, stunning shrines, temples and Osaka castle. Neighboring Kyoto and Nara offer more scenic temples and shrines as well as 15ft Budda and an abundance of Japanese history and culture.

Nagasaki is beautiful city, set on a plain between the active harbour and a backdrop of stunning mountains. Nagasaki has one of Japan’s most complex histories due to the influences of the Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese; all of which can be seen around this vibrant, bustling city. The Atomic Bomb Museum gives you an insight into the devastation of the war and the strength the Nagasaki people had to have to rebuild the city. Glover Gardens is an outside museum set in at the base of the beautiful hillside and offers a day of relaxing and finding out more about the history of this amazing city.

The second largest city in South Korea, Busan is your gateway to a fascinating land whose culture is a unique amalgam of old and new. Modern high-rise towers dwarf ancient Buddhist temples such as Beomeosa and Tongdosa. A must see has to be the Ja-Gal-Ch'i Fish Market with is huge array of seafood, shellfish and sweet seaweed. In short, Busan is a microcosm of South Korea.

Diverse and delicious with an insatiable appetite, Hong Kong – also called the 'City of Life' – is bursting with energy. Visit the dynamic Stanley Market where shoppers will find an unparalleled selection of bargains and hidden treasures, Victoria Park for spectacular views of the harbour or one of the 9,000 bars, pubs and restaurants Kowloon has to offer.

Located on the South China Sea, Da Nang is a major port city and your gateway to the natural and ancient wonders of Vietnam. Just inland is Hue; a World Heritage Site and you will long remember its imposing Imperial Citadel and the serene harmony of the Thien Mu Pagoda. You can gaze upon the five peaks of the Marble Mountains; visit the Imperial City of the Nguyen emperors or just stroll along the white sand beaches.

Phu My is the gateway to Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City, one of the most bustling and spirited cities in Vietnam. The city offers an abundance of history and culture with museums, palaces and temples. The Ben Thanh Market is a market offering everything from souvenirs to local delicacies and is a day trip in itself.

Welcome to Singapore, where sacred Buddhist and Hindu temples sit in the shadows of sleek, futuristic architecture and the world-renowned street food offers a spectrum of flavours to tantalise every palate. Don’t forget to try the chilli crab, its national dish. It’s also home to the famous colonial-style Raffles Hotel, where the Singapore Sling cocktail was invented, as well as the spectacular Gardens By The Bay. It’s truly a city that never fails to impress.

Port Klang is close to the tall skyscrapers and large shopping malls of Kuala Lumpur. The city of Kuala Lumpur has a fantastic range of sightseeing opportunities. Visit the National Museum showcasing traditional Malay architecture or stop at the National Mosque, which embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art, calligraphy and ornamentation. Located adjacent to the National Mosque is the ‘must see’ impressive Old Railway Station, one of the city’s most photographed landmarks.

Although the miles of golden sandy beaches lure visitors to Penang, take time to ride a trishaw to George Town where you can shop for exquisite batiks and visit the Khoo Wall, with its pillars and roof elaborately decorated with intricate carvings by master craftsmen from China. Visit Kek Lok Si, reputed to be the largest and most beautiful Buddhist temple complex in Southeast Asia.

Sri Lanka conjures up the exotic and the mysterious, and here you could choose from a diverse range of activities, from exploring the temples of the Sinhalese Kingdom or taking a guided tour of an Elephant orphanage. You could also take look at the Pettah Bazaar where you can buy almost anything and everything!

Mormugao Harbour is one of the region's most impressive natural ports, offering an incredibly romantic view at sunset, especially when approaching from the waters of the Arabian Sea. Mormugao is a peaceful retreat from the larger cities, with its enchanting Portuguese architecture, golden beaches, and fresh seafood.

Mumbai offers so many memorable experiences it is hard to know where to begin. Perhaps a stroll along Marine Drive with its contrast of skyscrapers and the serene greenery of Malabar Hill. Then make your way to Crawford’s Market where Rudyard Kipling’s childhood home lies opposite. Bargain hunters should not miss the famous Chor Bazaar – don’t be afraid to haggle!

Situated at the base of the Al Qara Mountains, Salahah is a city filled with charm and charisma. The City offers beautiful beaches, traditional Islamic architecture, mountains covered in frankincense trees, historical trips to the caves Marneef Caves and much more. A trip to the tomb of Hiob with a stop off at the unforgettable blow holes will leave you amazed at this City’s beauty.

Aqaba is a vibrant, historical city with dusty, sandy hills and stunning white beaches. Aqaba is full of history and natural beauty and is home to Petra, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This city is 2,200 years old and carved out of the surrounding cliffs. Visit Wadi Rum, an extraordinary desert and mountain region taking you past endless mountains and dunes.

Athens is a world centre of archaeological research, and home to exciting historical sites such as the Acropolis and the Temple of Olympian Zeus, as well as world-class institutes such as the National Archaeological Museum. It also has a thriving nightlife as well as lively markets, luxurious Hammam baths, and stunning views of the city from the peak of Mount Lycabettus.

Under the shadow of Vesuvius, Naples is best known for its cache of medieval and Baroque architecture, and as the birthplace of the pizza. With Pompeii on its doorstep, a labyrinthine World Heritage-listed historic centre, and as many churches as Rome, there's a lot to see in this city on the Bay of Naples. Sip a glass of Lacryma Christi wine from the slopes of Vesuvius or shop for a handcrafted nativity scene on Via San Gregorio Armeno. Visit the Archaeological Museum, Museo di Capodimonte, Cathedral, Posillipo Terrace or simply order an authentic Margherita pizza at a piazza café.

Marseilles is France's second largest city and a virtual melting pot of peoples and cultures with a salty city with a feel and culture all its own. Dominating the harbor is the infamous Chateau d'If, the rocky prison from which Alexandre Dumas' Count of Monte Cristo escaped. Marseille is also your gateway to Provence. Also try the renowned bouillabaisse or tour the lovely towns and vineyards of Provence.

Rome is often described as being the world’s biggest open air museum - The Vatican's Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain where a tossed coin promises your return to the Eternal City. Take a walking tour of its many historical landmarks and enjoy the food, the culture, the ambience, and the surrounding scenery. There is no doubt you'll learn the meaning of la dolce vita (the sweet life) when you visit Rome.

Sicily is an island surrounded by incredible beaches, sprawling cities and ancient hilltop villages with views of Mount Etna. As well as being renowned for its beaches and active volcano, Sicily offers beautiful architecture including the Norman Cattedrale and the Palazzo Reale, a former royal palace. Visit the classical ruins at Tindari and ancient city of Taormina for a real insight into Italy’s history and culture.

The gateway to Olympus and the site of the original Olympic Stadium. Walk on the original stadium track over 2000 years old or visit one of the extensive ruins that transcend time and help you envision what once was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Temple of Zeus. Other highlights include the Olympia Archaeological Museum where you will find the Head of Hera, the superb statue of Hermes of Praxiteles, the sculpted ornaments of the Temple of Zeus, and many other priceless works from ancient times.

Bari stands on the Adriatic coast. The old town has retained its ancient medieval plan and contains many historic buildings and sites. The Lungamore including its marina is a great spot to sit and watch the world go by. The Basilica di San Nicola is one of the south’s first Norman churches. The Petruzzelli theatre is one of the most famous symbols of Bari.

Life on board Costa Deliziosa

Overview

Combining the refined elegance of traditional cruise holidays with the modern innovations loved by today’s passengers, Costa Deliziosa is an ideal choice for cruising first-timers as well as seasoned regulars looking for new horizons. This stylish ship has all the facilities and entertainment you’d expect from its bigger counterparts while still retaining a sense of great charm and conviviality. Its atmospheric design and artistic décor lend a chic ambience to its glorious show lounges and restaurants. From the moment you walk into the gorgeous entrance hall with its stunning ‘Sphere’ artwork by Arnaldo Pomodoro, you’ll be struck by the sparkling beauty of this lovely ship.

Dining

The diverse range of dining options include Samsara, a Pacific fusion restaurant; the casual Pizzeria Pummid’oro; Teppanyaki for fresh Japanese and Amarillo Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop or sweet treats.

Activities

Take a seat in the 4D Cinema for a thrilling show; catch a culinary demonstration at The Bravo Chef Show; lounge in the tranquil Beach Club or feel the heat on the jogging track or in the fitness centre.

Entertainment

Enjoy the magic of the stage with nightly performances at the theatre; take a trip to the casino or dance the night away at the ship’s nightclub while the teens enjoy their own disco and pool parties.

Ship Facts

Entered Service: 12/03/2009

Tonnage: 92,600

Number of Decks: 13

Passenger Capacity: 2,826

Total Crew: 934

Number of Cabins: 1,130

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: Yes

Number of Pools: 3

Number of Restaurants: 2

Kids Club: Yes

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Quote Cruise Reference: CORIH