Gaudi and Glamour – Barcelona to Rome Cruise
Staff incentive cruise with Crystal Cruises in the beautiful Mediterranean, sailing from Barcelona, Spain to Rome, Italy. Rewarding your sales team with travel experiences has been proven to be the most effective award system for your top producers. Corporate Incentive group travel fosters business development, departmental growth and personal growth within your company and sales team.
- Experienced team to arrange your corporate incentive trip to fit your company's needs
- Pre-tour site inspections
- Competitive pricing on group airfare
- Cabin/room block
- Private events onboard the ship and ashore, as requested
- Services of an escort during your event, including an on-site hospitality desk,, should you wish this built into your program
Explore the elite playgrounds of Europe, from Barcelona’s Las Ramblas and architectural masterpieces to Santa Margherita’s charm and gateway to Portofino, and the treasures of Florence and Tuscany from Livorno.
Barcelona’s seaside beauty, sprawling beaches, eclectic architecture, world-class tapas and Tempranillo are all reasons to fall in love with the city of Gaudí. Indeed, the treasures here are many and diverse, captivating travelers and experts alike. In fact, nine important sites in the city, seven designed by the famed architect himself, have earned the acclaim of UNESCO.
Marseille is France’s oldest city and one of the Mediterranean’s premier ports.
One of nature’s miracles, the Cote d’Azur is blessed with superb natural beauty. This sun-drenched slope stretches some 60 miles westward from the border of the fairy-tale Kingdom of Monaco. And here in glamorous Cannes, where yachts dot the harbor and chic striped sunloungers line the beach, be sure to take some time to explore the designer bars and couture shops of La Croisette.
An ancient principality steeped in rich and colorful history, Monaco was bought from the Genoese in 1309 by the Grimaldis, who still rule as the world’s oldest monarchy – presided over today by Prince Albert.
Rivaling Portofino for the attentions of jet-set travelers, this charming cliffside town has grown from a fishing village into a bustling resort, infused with sunshine and the wealth of sybarites in search of the good life. Explore this Riviera playground to discover a pretty collection of cafés and venerable buildings with faded trompe-l’oeil frescoes still adorning their walls.
Giotto, Brunelleschi, Botticelli and Michelangelo made their marks of genius here. This cradle of the Renaissance owes its UNESCO status to the overwhelming influence the city and its museums, churches, architecture and artworks have had on Europe and, ultimately, the world. Vestiges of this enlightened period are everywhere today – at the Uffizi gallery, the Palazzos Pitta and Vecchio and throughout the city streets.
Venture through Civitavecchia, noted for its fine seafood and beautiful monuments. Then, travel to the Eternal City of Rome, with more than 2,500 years of history and ancient landmarks that will leave you with memories for a lifetime.
- Inclusions are determined by the needs of your group and may include any of the following:
- Airfare home city to destination and return
- All taxes
- English speaking tour manager throughout the program
- Transportation by private, deluxe motorcoach, with professional driver per the itinerary
- Accommodation as outlined in itinerary
- Meals as specified in itinerary, per day
- English speaking professional local guides for sightseeing, per itinerary
- Sightseeing and admissions as outlined
- Free of charge escort for your group, based on your needs and number of participants
- Documents package
- Inclusions not requested
- Items of a personal nature
- Visa and/or passport fees, as required by individual participants
- Travel insurance
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