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Mediterranean Cruise from Rome

Lots of ships depart from Rome for Mediterranean cruises. The choice is yours for a Rome cruise - small luxury ships or large inexpensive ships. Sail from here to just about anywhere around the Mediterranean, and just about any month of the year. And with Rome cruises you'll definitely want to spend some extra time in this historic city.

Rome cruises actually depart from the port of Civitavecchia. It's about a one hour bus ride into Rome from the port. Cruises from Rome are definitely worth this minor inconvenience.

Lonely Planet has the ultimate guide to Rome. What to do, when to go, events, and more.

The climate in Rome is warm and sunny in spring and autumn, although humidity and high heat are threats in mid-summer. Italians generally go on holiday in August so some shops and businesses may be closed. September and October may be the best months.

Round-trip cruises are listed below. For one-way trips, see:
Cruises from Rome to Venice
Cruises from Rome to Barcelona
Cruises from Rome to Athens.

Rome Mediterranean Cruises Round-Trip 2018

10-day Eastern Mediterranean cruises on Norwegian Cruise Line. Round-trip from Rome to Mykonos (Greece), Athens (Greece), Rhodes (Greece), Santorini (Greece), Crete (Greece), Valletta (Malta), Messina (Sicily) and Naples (Italy).
• 2018 departure: October 11.

10-day Mediterranean Dream cruise on Holland America Line. Round-trip from Rome to Dubrovnik (Croatia), Kotor (Montenegro), Corfu (Greece), Katakolon (Greece), Athens (Greece), Santorini (Greece) and Naples (Italy).
• 2018 departure: October 18.

11-day round-trip cruise from Rome on Norwegian Cruise Line. Visit Dubrovnik (Croatia), Venice (Italy), Koper (Slovenia), Split (Croatia), Corfu (Greece), Olympia (Greece) and Valletta (Malta).
• 2018 departure: October 21.

10-day Eastern Mediterranean cruises on Norwegian Cruise Line. Round-trip from Rome to Mykonos (Greece), Athens (Greece), Rhodes (Greece), Santorini (Greece), Crete (Greece), Valletta (Malta), Messina (Sicily) and Naples (Italy).
• 2018 departure: November 1.

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