Costa Diadema to Offer Roundtrip Sailings From Rome This Winter

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Costa Cruises has announced that the line's newest ship, the Costa Diadema, will be sailing a schedule of seven-night roundtrip cruises from Rome beginning this December.

Having Rome as the embarkation and disembarkation port on this Western Mediterranean itinerary gives travelers more time to visit the city's many famous attractions such as the Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Vatican City, Pantheon and more, Costa Cruises said. 

Beginning on December 3, Costa Diadema's weekly roundtrip Rome voyages will call at La Spezia and Savona, Italy; Marseille, France; and Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Fares start at $499 per person, double occupancy.

Cruise-only fares are per person, double occupancy, and do not include government taxes and fees. Departures from alternate embarkation ports are available on select itineraries. 


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