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CALL TO BOOK: 0208 972 8613

CRUISE CODE: REP7292

Your Itinerary

DAY 1 - 3 | 8 - 10 Mar
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Rio de Janeiro - Hotel Stay

With a stunning backdrop of rainforest-covered mountains, white arcs of sandy beaches and lush green islands peeking out of the sea, it’s no wonder Rio is called the “cidade maravilhosa”, or ‘Marvellous City’. During your stay you could take a trip into the rainforest to spot tropical birds, monkeys and sloths or explore the city to see the architectural opulence of the Imperial Palace and the National Library, the largest library in Latin America.

DAY 4 | 11 Mar
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Rio de Janeiro - Embark Costa Pacifica

Today, you’ll embark Costa Pacifica to begin your cruise. Costa Pacifica offers the choice to listen to excellent live music or for a more peaceful and laid-back ambience enjoy a choice of 13 great bars for a post-dinner drink and chat with family or friends. They feature a naughty but nice coffee and chocolate bar which is a haven for those with a sweet tooth, and one where you can enjoy a cigar and cognac.

DAY 5 | 12 Mar
At Sea
DAY 6 | 13 Mar
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Salvador

This beautiful architectural city will captivate you from the first step on land to the last step off it. With brightly coloured houses painting you a masterpiece, it will not fail to dazzle. Step through the cobbled streets, soaking up the lively ambiance of delightful Salvador. Make sure you check out the markets and bars on the sunny seafront.

DAY 7 | 14 Mar
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Maceió

The must-see attraction here is the beautiful beachfront and idyllic shorelines where the warm emerald-hued waters lap powdery sands. This quaint seaside town is full of coconut and palm trees, narrow cobbled streets and buzzing restaurants – it’s the perfect place to kick back and relax.

DAY 8 - 13 | 15 - 20 Mar
At Sea
DAY 14 | 21 Mar
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Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is towered over by a dormant volcano, Mount Teide, and its beaches range from golden yellow to black sand as a result of its unique geology. With year-round sunshine, spectacular scenery, rich colonial architecture and abundant marine life, Tenerife has plenty of attractions for visitors.

DAY 15 | 22 Mar
At Sea
DAY 16 | 23 Mar
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Málaga

The birthplace of Picasso, Malaga is a chic resort on Spain’s Costa del Sol which boasts galleries, museums, independent boutiques and restaurants. Eat freshly caught sardines by the sea, relax on the beach or head to Alcazaba of Málaga, a medieval fortress surrounded by lush, fountain-filled gardens.

DAY 17 | 24 Mar
At Sea
DAY 18 | 25 Mar
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Marseille

Infused with maritime spirit, Marseille is the second-largest city in France. Explore the bohemian Cours Julien lined with bars, music venues, galleries and markets; or visit the Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde. Occupying the highest point of Marseille, the basilica is the most visited building in Marseille.

DAY 19 | 26 Mar
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Genoa

This city’s swag of ornate churches and palaces is as astounding as the revitalised old port area that surrounds them. During your visit, you could visit the baroque piazza and order the Genovese specialties of minestrone and trofie al pesto or sip a glass of Bianchetta Genovese wine, then stroll the waterfront to ride the Bigo Crane for panoramic views of modern-day Genoa. And don’t forget to visit San Lorenzo Cathedral, Piazza de Ferrari and the Maritime Museum.

DAY 20 | 27 Mar
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Barcelona - Disembark Costa Pacifica

Today you’ll disembark Costa Pacifica in Barcelona and fly home.

Costa Pacifica

Overview+-
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If music truly is the food of love then you’re bound to fall for a fantastic cruise holiday on-board the enticing Costa Pacifica. This sensational modern ship celebrates music’s effect on our soul, happiness and those memorable times in our life with artworks and themes that permeate its decor, public spaces and activities. And music also provides one of the Costa Pacifica’s signature attractions – you can use the cruise industry’s first fully-equipped recording studio to cut your very own CD with help from the on-board experts. If you want to start to learn to play an instrument, you can do that as well through the innovative programme of enrichment.

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Samsara Spa

A decadent spa that extends over two levels with baths, thalassotherapy pool and sauna for true tranquillity

Bravo Chef Show

Spice up your cooking skills by learning from your Costa chefs how to make the perfect meal

Aperol Spritz Bar

Enjoy the delights of this cruise ship’s Aperol Spritz Bar and relax with glass in hand

Facts+-
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Entered Service: 30/06/2008

Tonnage: 114,500

Number of Decks: 13

Passenger Capacity: 3,780

Total Crew: 1,110

Number of Cabins: 1,504

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: Yes

Number of Pools: 4

Number of Restaurants: 5

Kids Club: Yes

CALL TO BOOK: 0208 972 8613

CRUISE CODE: REP7292