Celebrity Cruises is great for the family trip to Italy, especially multi-generational travel.
Published: April 8, 2019
In a recent study by www.sovereign.com, two locations in Italy – Sardinia and Rome – were mentioned as the top two family travel designations.
While Sardinia has more than 370 white sandy beaches and 271 sorts and recreational attractions for kids, Rome has more than 1,358 sights to enjoy as a family, including more than 100 natural parks and 10 water and amusement parks. Both destinations are slam-dunks for family travel.
Did you know Celebrity Cruises caters to family cruises, including multi-generational cruising? Launch a vacation special enough and big enough for the whole family – kids to grandparents, whether it’s Italy, the Mediterranean coast or another European or Caribbean destination. While the destination is obviously important, the CRUISING is important, too!
Share theatre shows, musical concerts and water fun on board. Gather for movie night under the stars, silent disco parties, hot glass classes, archery, cupcake decorating, laser mazes (on Celebrity Edge), and try a holiday on board.
Young cruisers can experience cruise ship kids’ activities that are more enriching than another waterslide. Camp at Sea turns your child into a film directory, scientist, artist, and more. And over 500 cruise activities for kids and teens keep everyone entertained and hungry for more. Who needs video games (but they have them, just in case!), when there’s so much fun on board the ship?
What BETTER way to see Italy as a family than with a Celebrity Cruise. One such cruise takes you to and from Rome as a major port. Cruise ships actually pull into Civitavecchia, located on Italy’s western coast about 50 miles from Rome. Celebrity Cruises offers a variety of in-depth and cultural shore excursions to enjoy Rome to the fullest.
Rome sights are plentiful for families of all shapes and sizes. If you only have a day, you definitely want to see the Colosseum. Whether you walk it on your own and with a knowledgeable tour guide, the Colosseum is a “don’t miss” attraction. (Get help to see Rome in a day.)
Another great attraction is the Roman Forum, it was the cultural and political center of Ancient Rome. Just imagine that Julius Caesar walked there, and you can also see where he was cremated. There’s also the Baths of Caracalla (ruins of public baths in Roman times) and the Pantheon (Roman temple).
Of course, there is Renaissance Wonders in Rome such as Art, the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums, as well as the Vatican and Vatican City itself. There is the famous Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and the Trinita dei Monti church.
In addition to Rome, there are the idyllic vineyards of Tuscany, to the gorgeous seaside cliffs of the Amalfi Coast, see Venice via the gondolas and experience the beautiful coasts of Sicily. There is MUCH to do on one of Celebrity’s many Italy-featured cruises.
Book a Rome or other Mediterranean cruises here. Use the site to find discounted and last minute bookings, as well.
DID YOU KNOW?
Celebrity Cruises offers family cruises as well as special needs cruises, and caters to special dietary restrictions (such as gluten free, sugar free, etc.)? Celebrity Cruises offers “accessible” cruising.
(This post is in partnership with Celebrity Cruises.)