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Queen Elizabeth
14 Night
French Riviera and Adriatic Wonders
Rome to Venice

Ship: Queen Elizabeth
Cruise Line: Cunard
Cruise Date:  22 August 2014
Duration: 14 Nights
Ports: Civitavecchia, Livorno, Monte Carlo, Toulon, Barcelona, Corfu, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Venice, BROCHURE HOLIDAY
Airport gateway (Arrival) : Rome
Airport gateway (Departure) : Venice


Day Destination Arrival Date/Time Departure Date/Time
1 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy - - 22/08/2014 21:00
  At Sea - - - -
3 Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy 24/08/2014 08:00 24/08/2014 19:00
4 Monte Carlo, Monaco 25/08/2014 08:00 25/08/2014 18:00
5 Toulon, France 26/08/2014 08:00 26/08/2014 17:00
6 Barcelona, Spain 27/08/2014 09:00 27/08/2014 17:00
  At Sea - - - -
8 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 29/08/2014 06:00 29/08/2014 21:00
  At Sea - - - -
10 Corfu, Greece 31/08/2014 09:00 31/08/2014 17:00
11 Kotor, Montenegro 01/09/2014 08:00 01/09/2014 18:00
12 Dubrovnik, Croatia 02/09/2014 08:00 02/09/2014 17:00
  At Sea - - - -
14 Venice, Italy 04/09/2014 08:00 - -
15 Venice, Italy - - - -

* Ports of call may vary based on itinerary and departure dates selected


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• Port charges & government fees


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Civitavecchia is the closest port to Rome. It serves mostly as a gateway, however there are still a few points of interest in this seaside town. Most notably the Fort of Michelangelo, built in the 1500s as a major defence post. Also of interest are the ancient ruins of the Baths of Traiano, a complex of Roman Baths once used for their therapeutic benefits.

Country - Italy
Distance from port to City - 70kms
Distance from port to Airport - 100kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Fort of Michelangelo, Baths of Traiano


The lovely seaport of Livorno serves as a gateway to the opulence and artistry of Florence and the quiet intimacy and history of Pisa. Florence, the jewel of the Renaissance, symbolizes the wealth and power of Italy's golden age more than any other city in Italy.

Country - Italy
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 33kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Ponte Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery, Leaning Tower of Pisa

Monte Carlo

The fairy-tale kingdom of Monte Carlo glitters with opulence and jet-set glamour, and the action centers around its famed casinos. Inside, under gilt-edged ceilings and ornate frescoes, fortunes are made or lost. Elsewhere in Monaco are the Prince’s Palace, from which the Grimaldi dynasty has ruled since 1297; the Cathedral where Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier; and the Rock of Monaco, where gardens cascade to the sea.

Country - Monaco
Distance from port to City -
Distance to Airport -
Currency - Euro Dollar (EUR)

Places of Interest


With shady squares, colorful awnings, charming shops and a myriad of bicycles leaned up against the trees, Toulon is a little bit of Paris in Provence. Of course, there is one significant difference: Toulon has at its edge an ocean, and all the sights and cooling breezes that accompany a place by the sea

Country - France
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 10kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Tour de I'horloge, Cours Lafayette, Place Puget


Explore Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, and you’ll discover the ornately wrought works of Antonio Gaudi. A local architect, whose works culminate in the surrealistic spires of the yet to be finished Sagrada Familia. Take a stroll down the colourful Ramblas. Explore the Gothic Quarter. Ride a cable car to the summit of Montjuic. Or sample local wines and authentic tapas as you watch the hustle and bustle of daily life pass you by.

Country - Spain
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 12kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Las Ramblas, La Safrada Familia, Museo Picasso


One of lushest of the Greek Isles, Corfu is rimmed by dramatic blue waters and topped with tranquil hillside villages. A collection of quaint cafes in the town of Corfu and the island's secluded coves and sandy beaches could only be found in the Greek Isles.

Country - Greece
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 3kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Paleokastritsa, Palace of Achilleion, Monastey of the Virgin Mary


Located along one of Montenegro's most beautiful bays is Kotor, a city of traders and famous sailors, with many stories to tell. The Old City of Kotor is a well preserved urbanisation typical of the Middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor an UNESCO listed “World Natural and Historical Heritage Site".

Country - Montenegro
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from Port to Airport - 6kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Old Town, Bastion Citade


On the beautiful Adriatic coast sits the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik, where medieval ramparts encircle a tight maze of narrow streets and ornate stone buildings. The walls, completed in the 13th century, have a circumference of more than a mile and a half, and along with the Old City, have been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Country - Croatia
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 20kms
Currency - Kuna (HRK)

Places of Interest
Rector's Palace, Cavtat, Old City


Breathe in the romance and Italian exuberance of this spellbinding city. Explore its mysterious and watery streets. Take a gondola ride to truly appreciate the atmosphere and architecture of the city. Sip a cappuccino in St. Mark’s Square or ride across the lagoon to the islands of Murano and Burano. From the Gothic arches of the Doges Palace to the intricate façade of St. Marks Cathedral, a day in Venice is bound to enchant you.

Country - Italy
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 8kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Piazza San Marco, The Grand Canal, Murano and Burano



Queen Elizabeth Cabin Info

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Cruise line info



If travel is meant to be savored, then crossing the oceans should be a majestic experience, not merely a hop across the pond. For travelers of this persuasion, only one name evokes the pleasures of a golden era: Cunard Line. Proudly continuing the tradition of luxury cruising that began in 1840, Queen Mary 2 debuted in 2004 as the new flagship of The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World. As the tallest, longest, largest and most expensive cruise ship ever built, QM2 provides her guests with unprecedented amenities and accommodations at every turn. Maintaining the tradition of her Cunard and White Star Line predecessors, QM2 is the only ship offering regularly scheduled transatlantic service. Queen Elizabeth 2 continues to set the standard of British elegance with superb White Star Service and gourmet cuisine. Sailing a definitive World Cruise and round-trip Southampton voyages, QE2 endures as one of the greatest liners of her time. The two Queens will be joined by Queen Victoria in 2007.


Ship info

Queen Elizabeth

With the introduction of Queen Elizabeth, Cunard will be celebrating a new golden age of ocean liner travel. This gracious new Cunarder took up residence in Southampton in October 2010 after being named by Her Majesty the Queen.

As sister ship to Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth will recall the rich heritage of the first Cunarders to bear the name with details and features from her predecessors Queen Elizabeth and QE2. Her art deco flourishes will echo the legendary golden age of ocean travel and the activities she offers onboard such as traditional supper clubs with dancing and a Cunard Classic Film Club, will captivate regular Cunard guests and those new to the brand alike.

Her opulent public rooms include a soaring and graceful Grand Lobby stretching over 3 decks with stunning curved staircases, and a double height Queens Room with specially commissioned stained glass panels, ornate balconies and an intricate wooden dance floor. Her new Garden Lounge, with its fabulous conservatory style roof inspired by the glass houses at Kew gardens, will offer dining and dancing under the stars, and the spacious Games Deck will offer a range of unique activities including lawn bowling, croquet and paddle tennis and will play host to refined and elegant garden parties.

Queen Elizabeth boasts a new Britannia Club Restaurant which offers guests staying in AA Club Balconies a luxurious and elegant single seating restaurant, introduced due to the popularity of this concept on Queen Mary 2. She will also provide more flexibility for families with a selection of 4 berth staterooms.

This glorious new addition to the fleet marks the next glittering chapter in Cunard’s great history.

Ship facts

Ship Details
Gross Tonnage 90,900 Tonnes
Star Rating Yet to be rated
Size/Style of Ship Large/Resort
Entered Service 2010
Registry Great Britain
Former Name None
Length 294 metres
Beam 32.3 metres
Draft 8 metres
Propulsion/Propellers TBA
Maximum Cruising Speed (knots) 23.7 Knots
Passenger Capacity (twin) 2,068
Crew 996
Nationality of Officers TBA
Nationality of Crew International
Total Cabins TBA
Total Inside cabins TBA
Total Outside cabins TBA
Cabin/Suites with Balcony TBA
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins TBA
Passenger Decks 12
Cabin Electricity 110v, 220v
Elevators TBA
Self-Service Laundry No
Onboard Currency (subject to change) UK Pound Sterling


Queen Elizabeth Deck plans

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