Oceania Launches Tuscany, French Riviera Cruises This Fall

Amalfi, Italy, provided by Oceania CruisesOceania Cruises is looking toward autumn this year, with two 2011 voyages surrounding fall foliage through Tuscany and the French Riviera. Through October and November, two seven-day itineraries will depart Saturday, sailing the Mediterranean.

Departing Barcelona October 29, 2011, "Tuscan Charms" will head to Rome, calling on Provence (Marseille), Monte Carlo and Portofino before Florence/Pisa/Tuscany (Livorno) and Sorrento/Capri en route. Starting from $2,999 per guest, two-for-one cruise fares include free round-trip economy class air transportation and an overnight aboard ship in Livorno.

On November 5, 2011, "Italian Treasures" sets sail from Rome to Venice, with calls scheduled in Amalfi/Positano and Taormina as well as Corfu, Bari and Dubrovnik. Two-for-one cruise fares start at $2,799 per guest, including free round-trip economy class air transportation and an overnight aboard ship in Venice at the end of the cruise.

For more information, visit www.oceaniacruises.com.

 

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