Celebrity Infinity is the trendiest hot spot at sea. This modern Millennium-class ship has undergone a makeover with gleaming new staterooms and enhanced public areas. The new decor is glimmering with marble touches, elegant fixtures and plush furniture. Sample outstanding cuisine and a friendly atmosphere coupled with first-class service. Experience a wide variety of facilities onboard to enhance your experience. Relax by the pool and enjoy a drink from the pool bar. Head up to the Rooftop Terrace to enjoy the great outdoors, sample creative cocktails and snacks, or get cosy and watch an al fresco movie under the stars at A Taste of Film.
Trellis Restaurant spans two decks and offers you a tasty multi-course menu with traditional two-sitting dining and Celebrity Select Dining options. Oceanview Cafe & Grill is the place for casual-style serve-yourself international cuisine. Choose grilled fare for lunch at the Pool Grill and Mast Grill or savour healthy options at Spa Cafe. Taste tasty crepes, soups, salads, paninis and desserts at Bistro on Five or visit Qsine to select from a menu of bite-size treats via iPads. Blu is exclusive for Aquaclass guests' and offers light Mediterranean-style spa cuisine. Alternatively, dine in the comfort of your own stateroom from the room service menu.
Sit and watch the world go by with a speciality coffee and pastries at Cafe al Bacio or taste authentic Italian gelato at Gelateria. Rendevous Lounge is the social hub of the ship or relax with after-dinner cocktails in Constellation Lounge. Sip your favourite cocktail served upon a real ice bar in the Martini bar or venture up to Mast Bar for drinks with a view. Head to Cellar Masters to sample a menu of fine wines. Royal, Reflection, Penthouse, Signature and Celebrity Suite guests have exclusive access to Michael's Club private lounge with its complimentary daytime drinks, evening canapés, and tasty cocktails.
Entertainment on board Celebrity Infinity caters to all tastes. By day, Take a dip in the adults-only solarium pool and enjoy the massaging water jets of the Jacuzzi. Treat yourself to a full body massage or rejuvenating facial at Canyon Ranch SpaClub. There's fun for to tots to teens in Fun Factory and the Video Arcade. After dinner, take in a show at the Celebrity Theatre, home to all its production shows, visiting entertainers, and musical performances. Discover the Rooftop Garden where you can catch a movie at the 'Taste of Film' venue or dance the night away to a live band. Dice with Lady Luck at the slot machines and gaming tables at Fortunes Casino.
Day 1: UK to Rome, Italy
Fly from your chosen UK airport to Rome and take a coach transfer to the port. You will board the Celebrity Infinity for your 7-night journey around the Eastern Mediterranean.
Day 2: Messina (Sicily), Italy
The gateway to Mount Etna, Messina, is the third-largest port in Sicily. This city — which was used to film part of the film 'The Godfather' — is famous for its museums and architectural beauty. Drive up the side of nearby Mount Etna on a day trip or wander around the many shops along Messina's wide boulevards to look at Sicilian pottery and art pieces. Black volcanic glass from Mount Etna features heavily in Sicilian jewellery and makes a great souvenir. Visit Norman Messina Cathedral to see its beautiful, 15th-century windows and astronomical clock tower, before walking by the stunning marble fountains — Fontana di Orione and Neptune Fountain — which are decorated with mythical creatures and gods. Make sure to dine on locally-inspired swordfish, pasta and pizza dishes complemented by rich Sicilian wine at a trattoria during your time here, too.
Day 3: Valletta, Malta
Malta's small capital city — Valletta — sits within the city's original walls on a hillside and is known for its old churches, palaces and museums. Formerly ruled by the French, Italians, Spanish, and British; this UNESCO World Heritage site is filled with more than 300 historical monuments — making it one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world! Stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets of its old town district and see the famous Maltese-decorated balconies. Among a variety of churches, you can discover St. John's Co-Cathedral — one of Malta's biggest tourist attractions — with its striking interior decor and painting of John the Baptist by Caravaggio.
Day 5: Argostoli, Greece
Argostoli is Kefalonia's main port town and boasts a beautiful natural harbour. Stroll around the town centre and discover plentiful shops, cafes, bars and restaurants around Plateia Valianou and along Lithostroto main street. Pay a visit to the Museum of Archaeology and the Cultural Museum. Head to Kampanas Square and enjoy breath-taking views of the town and the beautiful Koutavos Lagoon. Keep your eyes peeled for the wild loggerhead turtles each morning in Argostoli Bay. Walk across the De Bosset Bridge and enjoy the stunning views. Watch the sea flow inland and disappears into sinkholes at the Katavothres. Soak up the sun on nearby Fenari beach and discover the picturesque St Theodore lighthouse.
Day 6: Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Croatian city of Dubrovnik sits on the country's southern coast on the Adriatic Sea. Explore the city centre — an UNESCO World Heritage site — with its 17th-century Cathedral of the Assumption and Rector's Palace, before walking around the ancient city walls. Admire the views as you ride the cable car to Mt Srd or visit one of the city's museums. Relax in the sunshine on Banje Beach; enjoy a boat trip to the nearby islands of Lokrum and Elafati; and view the city from the water on a kayaking trip or take a snorkelling tour.
Day 7: Zadar, Croatia
Today you explore Croatia's Zadar — found on the Dalmatian Coast lining the Adriatic Sea. Zadar has a beautiful old town district filled with Roman ruins and century-old churches, including the 12th-century St. Anastasia's Cathedral and the Byzantine-style Donatus Church. Visit the Museum of Ancient Glass and the Roman Forum, before enjoying a cold beer or a coffee from a cafe at the lively People's Square. This historic port also features a selection of modern landmarks including Sun Salutation — an enchanting light show that plays from sunset to sunrise — and Sea Organ, which is a system of pipes and whistles found underwater that play music as the sea pushes air through it.
Day 8: Venice, Italy to UK
Your cruise comes to an end at Venice, where you disembark and be transferred back to the airport for your return flight home.