12 Nights Dates 10 Ports Arrive Depart
Wednesday 9/18/2019 Barcelona, Spain   5:00 pm
Thursday 9/19/2019 Valencia, Spain 7:00 am 7:00 pm
Friday 9/20/2019 Alicante, Spain 7:00 am 4:00 pm
Saturday 9/21/2019 Gibraltar, United Kingdom 11:00 am 10:00 pm
Sunday 9/22/2019 Malaga, Spain 7:00 am 5:00 pm
Monday 9/23/2019 At Sea  
Tuesday 9/24/2019 Marseille / Provence, France 8:00 am 6:00 pm
Wednesday 9/25/2019 Nice (Villefranche), France 7:00 am 6:00 pm
Thursday 9/26/2019 Florence / Pisa (Livorno), Italy 7:00 am 7:00 pm
Friday 9/27/2019 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 7:00 am 7:00 pm
Saturday 9/28/2019 Naples, Italy 7:00 am 6:30 pm
Sunday 9/29/2019 At Sea  
Monday 9/30/2019 Barcelona, Spain 6:00 am  

Celebrity Cruises has been voted the World’s Best Large Ship Cruise Line by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler

Ports of Call and Cruising Highlights


Barcelona, Spain

On the northeast coast of Spain overlooking the Mediterranean, Barcelona is a vibrant port city, packed with centuries of iconic art and architecture—Gaudí and Picasso both called it home—and lined with sunny white-sand beaches. A top European center for art, architecture, design and cuisine, this stylish city has its own language and culture. The soul of old Barcelona is its Gothic Quarter. If you have extra time in Barcelona, don't miss the Picasso Gallery, where several adjoining 15th-century palaces house over 2,000 pieces of his work. Stroll along Las Ramblas, a wonderfully vibrant part of the city where street vendors and performers vie for your attention. A short trip from Barcelona by car or train, luxury outlets, cava wineries, a mountaintop abbey and the sandy beaches of the Mediterranean coast await.


Valencia, Spain

Valencia, the third largest city in Spain, offers a great combination of city, sun and beach, and plenty of cool things to do! This lively city has a mix of old and new buildings, giving it a real special feel of its own. From medieval castles and towers to modernist and art deco architecture, from quaint little shops to big shopping centers, Valencia has it all. It includes being the home to some truly enriching museums and even a gigantic old quarter. When it comes to the local cuisine, Valencia is well known for its rice dishes such as paella. Despite its modern overtone, there are a lot of remnants from the city’s illustrious past which still remain and can be found hidden between modern buildings. The ancient Cathedral of Valencia, built in the 13th century, was built at the site of a Roman temple and an ancient mosque. The structure is most impressive and adds to the cityscape’s beauty.


Alicante, Spain

Named the friendliest city in Spain, Alicante is the capital of eastern Spain’s Costa Blanca holiday region, and the name comes from its endless sequence of white sandy beaches. The city has all the relaxation and fun of the seaside with the history and sights you’d want from a city worth exploring, including a towering medieval fortress and a classic Mediterranean old-town with whitewashed houses and cobblestone streets. Some of Alicante’s best tourist attractions are its excellent beaches. Year after year they receive the Blue Flag award by the European Union, which earns them well deserved international recognition. Alicante is also the perfect destination for the year-round enjoyment of water sports such as jet skiing, sailing, diving, snorkeling, surfing, and windsurfing. You can spend mornings at museums and churches, and afternoons swimming in clear waters or dozing under a parasol.


Gibraltar, United Kingdom

There is really nowhere quite like Gibraltar: a little piece of England looking out from Spain to the coast of Africa with a rock fabled in ancient mythology and the only wild monkey population in Europe. This famous rock is an incredible chunk of limestone towering over the city. The ancients thought it to be one of the Pillars of Hercules, with the other standing across the sea in Morocco. Enjoy a cable car that will take you 1,400 feet to the top, where you can take in the views of the Spanish and Moroccan coastlines. Dating back to the 11th century, the Moorish Castle Complex is made up of various buildings, gates, fortified walls and its most dominant features, the Tower of Homage and the Gate House. Also of note is St. Michael's Cave - a dramatic natural grotto. Gibraltar was handed over to the British by Spain in the 18th century and British it has remained ever since. Visitors can see British policemen, spend British money and enjoy the duty-free shopping. 


Malaga, Spain

Malaga, capital of the province of the same name, is the fifth most populated city in Spain. More than 3,000 years of history have passed since the city was established by the Phoenicians and now is the beautiful, friendly and cosmopolitan city that enchants tourists from all over the world. While the Mediterranean Sea bathes the coastline, the mountains close ranks behind the city to form a beautiful backdrop. Malaga has a natural heritage of beautiful parks and gardens. It is also a great city for shopping, and you will find just about everything from the mundane (clothes, shoes, bags, accessories and gift articles) to the most sublime (crafted products, antiques and works of art). Malaga has become a true City of Museums. There are 37 museums, including Buenavista Palace which houses a permanent collection showing eight decades of work by Pablo Picasso, who was here in 1881.

Marseille / Provence, France

Located in the south of France, Marseille has more spice, grit and edge than the Provençal towns that surround it. A trade city since the time of ancient Greece, the port always seems to be on the brink of change, generating a certain energy that’s hard to find in the timeless and traditional countryside. In fact, sometimes it doesn't seem very French at all. Thanks to a multicultural population, the culinary scene goes beyond the classic steak frites at bistros and brasseries. A 19th-century cathedral presides over the city and the working-class Le Panier district has winding streets flanked by fading facades, while Baroque edifices grace the commercial thoroughfare La Canebière, once compared to the Champs-Élysées. The waterfront has been refurbished—and on sunny days, it’s the place for people- and boat-watching.

Nice (Villefranche), France

With its mix of real-city grit, old-world opulence, year-round sunshine and stunning seaside with deep blue waters, Nice is the unofficial capital of the Côte d’Azur, jewel of the French Riviera. A magnet for sun seekers and high-rollers since the 19th century, this bewitching coastal city has much to offer – fabulous markets, an enticing old town, glorious architecture and a wealth of super restaurants. It is home to luxurious hotels and terraced cafés. Breathe in the fresh Mediterranean air as you stroll the ultra-famous Promenade des Anglais or get an eagle eye of the whole city from the top of Castle Hill. The pedestrians-only Place Rossetti is the heart of the city, with a grand fountain and the beautiful Sainte-Réparate cathedral giving it a provincial French feel. Make time to see masterpieces by Matisse, Renoir, Monet and Chagall in one of many museums.

Florence / Pisa (Livorno), Italy

The Renaissance-era port city of Livorno, Italy, gateway to Pisa, Florence and the rest of the attractions of Tuscany, is characterized by its solid 16th-century Fortezza and the charming canal network known as Venezia Nuova. Florence, an hour's drive from Livorno is famous for its history. It was a center of medieval European trade and finance and is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance. Timeless treasures are around every corner. Sights include the Duomo that represents Brunelleschi's pinnacle of achievement, Giotto's Bell Tower, Michelangelo's David, the Uffizi Gallery, and the Ponte Vecchio Bridge. Florence is believed to have the greatest concentration of art (in proportion to its size) in the world. Closer yet, while in Pisa see the famous Tower, leaning but still standing, after 650 years.

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Rome is both a modern and an ancient open-air museum. Walk in the footsteps of emperors, have coffee in Renaissance piazzas and see contemporary art all in one afternoon. Your sightseeing time in Rome begins nearby in the port of Civitavecchia, a seaside town with roots that stretch back to the Etruscan era. Once in the Eternal City fill your day with museums, churches, archaeological sites, traditional trattorias, artisan shops and, of course, gelato. The Coliseum and the Vatican Museums are Rome's superstar attractions, but there are plenty of quieter gems to explore. The hip neighborhood of Monti, next to the Coliseum, has a vibrant piazza scene and boutique shopping, while the Villa Borghese offers a green oasis with a view towards Saint Peter’s Basilica and the masterpiece-filled Galleria Borghese. Whether you visit the Coliseum and Roman Forum, the Vatican, or the fashionable boutiques around the Spanish Steps, the entire city is a living museum.

Naples / Capri, Italy and the Amalfi Coast

Naples and its surrounding area offer a perfect mix of cultural and natural attractions. Naples is home to world-class museums and attractions, superb restaurants, eclectic shopping, a thriving contemporary art scene and an edgy, vibrant street life. But don’t miss the splendid scenery that graces the surrounding areas of Naples. Take a journey back into time by a visit to the ruins of Pompeii, which offered the world its first glimpse into ancient Roman life. The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. left us with some of the best preserved ruins in the world just south of the city. Magnificent beauty awaits you on the magical island of Capri and its dolce vita glamour. The delightful town of Sorrento and the magnificent scenery of the Amalfi Coast are within easy reach – don’t miss the legendary drive along the Amalfi Coast lined with quaint picturesque villages.

Double Occupancy Pricing

ALL RATES POSTED ON THIS WEBSITE ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. A few cabins may become available. Please call Antoinette at 949-537-7200 x 204 for cabin availability and pricing. All cruise and seminar reservations must be made through Life Journeys.
Stateroom categories differ based on location of the ship Pricing is per person in U.S. dollars sold-out category
view Inside Stateroom 174 Sq. Ft.
Features sitting area with sofa, 32" LCD TV, and vanity.
11 10 9
$1,354 $1,784 $1,834
view Outside Ocean View Stateroom 175 Sq. Ft.
Features window, sitting area with sofa, 32" LCD TV, and vanity.
view Veranda Stateroom w/Private Balcony 194 Sq. Ft., 54 Sq. Ft. Balcony Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area w/sofa, mini refrigerator, 32" LCD TV, and vanity. 1C 2B 1B 2A 1A
$2,384 $2,434 $2,434 $2,484 $2,534
view Concierge Class w/Private Balcony 194 Sq. Ft., 54 Sq. Ft. Balcony
Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area w/sofa, mini-refrigerator,
32" LCD TV, and vanity with extra concierge amenities.
C3 C2 C1
$2,534 $2,684 $2,834
view Sky Suite w/Private Balcony 300 Sq. Ft.,79 Sq. Ft. Balcony
Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, living room with queen sofa sleeper,
40" LCD TV, shower/tub combination, and vanity.
S2 S1
$5,884 $5,984
view Celebrity Suite w/Private Balcony 394 Sq. Ft., 105 Sq. Ft. Balcony
Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, living room w/double sofa sleeper, surround-sound
system with 52" LCD TV, walk-in closet, bedroom with 40" LCD TV, shower/tub combination, and vanity.
view Signature Suite w/Private Balcony 441 Sq. Ft., 118 Sq. Ft. Balcony
Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, living room with double sofa sleeper, sound entertainment system with 52" LCD TV, walk-in closet, bedroom with 40" LCD TV, shower/tub combination and vanity. Balcony tub with rain shower.
view Royal Suite w/Private Balcony 590 Sq. Ft., 153 Sq. Ft. Balcony
Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, separate living room with dining area, queen sofa sleeper, surround-sound system with 52" LCD TV, walk-in closet, bedroom with 40" LCD TV, master bath with whirlpool tub, separate shower stall, powder room and vanity. Whirlpool on balcony.



Free Amenity Included

When Booking Ocean View, Veranda and Concierge Staterooms 1st and 2nd Passengers each receive
A FREE Classic Beverage Package
Valued at $943 per person

When Booking Sky Suites and Above
1st and 2nd Passengers each receive
A Premium Beverage Package, $150 On-Board Credit, Unlimited Internet & Free Prepaid Gratuities
Valued at $1,827 per person


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Voted Best Mediterranean Cruise by Cruise Critics Choice Awards

Airfare is not included

Flights into Barcelona should arrive
prior to 1:45 pm
September 18
, 2019

Departures from Barcelona should leave no earlier than 10 am
September 30, 2019


Workshop Schedule
9/18 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm
9/20 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
9/21 9:00 am - 11:00 am
9/23 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
9/29 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Port Charges and Taxes - $470.38 per person (subject to change)
Abraham-Hicks Seminar - $400 per person (due at registration)


Non-Suites (Cat. 11, 10, 9, 8, 1C, 2B, 1B, 2A, 1A) - $162 per person
Concierge Class (Cat. C3, C2, C1) - $168 per person
Suites (Cat. S2, S1, CS, SG, RS) - $204 per person

Celebrity requires all passengers pre-pay gratuities at final payment

3rd/4th Passenger Rates (When sharing with two full paying guests)
Inside Cabin / Ocean View (Cat. 11, 10 , 9, 8) - $534 per person
Balcony/Concierge Class (1C, 2B, 1B, 2A, 1A, C3, C2, C1) - $484 per person
Suites (Cat. S2, S1, CS, SG, RS) - $984 per person

Children Rates are the same as 3rd/4th passengers


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