Celebrity Edge is designed to set the standard for modern cruising with a world of innovative features. This floating luxurious paradise mimics a resort-style environment with its contemporary furniture, light colour palette, and 3D wall art. Outstanding cuisine and a warm friendly atmosphere coupled with first-class service and a wide variety of onboard facilities add to your luxury cruise experience.
Spend days afloat relaxing on the Pool Deck and taking a dip in the 25-yard lap pool. Escape to the private utopia of The Retreat or reserve an exclusive cabana with outward-facing views. The Rooftop Garden is the perfect setting to enjoy music, movies, and alfresco dining. The modern and luxurious staterooms and suites showcase pioneering features such as infinite balconies and split-level areas.
The dining experiences onboard Celebrity Edge tempt you with a world of flavours. Dine at the Rooftop Garden Grill and taste a wide range of international cuisine from the a la carte menu. The Magic Carpet platform transforms into 'Dinner on the Edge', a 90-seater restaurant that opens in time for sunset each evening. Suite class guests can enjoy exclusive access to Luminae at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Situated alongside the 25-yard lap pool is the Pool Bar; sip your favourite cocktail, indulge in a selection of snacks, and take in the stunning surroundings. The Sunset Bar offers a range of drinks; it's the perfect spot to catch up with friends while enjoying the spectacular views.
Entertainment on board Celebrity Edge caters to all tastes. Relax on the Pool Deck or in the adult-only Solarium; suite-class guests can escape to the exclusive The Retreat Sun Deck. The Magic Carpet, the world’s first cantilevered, floating platform, transforms into different venues with daily performances and musicians to enjoy. 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.
Day 1: Fly UK - Rome, Italy
Fly from your chosen UK airport to Rome and be transferred to the port to board Celebrity Constellation for your 10-night cruise.
Day 2: Livorno (for Florence/Pisa), Italy
Livorno — Tuscany's second-largest city — is home to one of Italy's largest cruise ports. The city's main Terrazza Mascagni square with its grand pavement and seafront promenade is a common meeting place for locals looking to relax. The 16th-century Old Fortress faces the harbour and sits at the entrance to the canal-lined Venezia district. Enjoy gourmet dishes and sample local seafood, which is said to be the best on the Tyrrhenian Coast. Head to Central Piazza Cavour or the car-free Via Ricasoli for shopping, try Via Magenta and pick up some quirky souvenirs, or stop by Via dei Pensieri's street market for a great selection of food, clothing, accessories, and homewares. If you're looking to travel further afield, Pisa is just a short drive away.
Day 3: Portofino, Italy
Portofino is found on Italy's north-west coast between Genoa and La Spezia. This beautiful fishing village is renowned for its pretty harbour, colourful buildings and connection with the rich and famous! Once ruled by the French, English, Spanish, and Austrians; Portofino has a diverse and interesting heritage. See the Christ of the Abyss statue and 12th-century Church of St. Martin, before climbing the 'Salita San Giorgio' flight of steps leading from the harbour to Castello Brown — a castle transformed into a mansion featuring a neo-Gothic interior! Kayak and snorkel along the coast or take a sightseeing tour to Genoa and enjoy designer shopping.
Day 5: Villefranche (for Nice), Italy
The heart of the French Riviera is alive with expensive yachts, crystal clear waters and an abundance of glitz and glamour everywhere you look. Absorb yourself into the world of a celebrity and royalty as you stroll around the coast, taking in the stylish town of Nice. Visit one of the world famous art galleries and take in the works of Monet and Matisse or simply visit one of the many harbour cafés and admire the abundance of super yachts in this millionaires playground.
Day 6: Toulon (for Provence), Italy
Your stepping stone to the fields of lavender of Provence and charming villages like Cassis or Les Baux. Drop into one of the restaurants around the colourful Vieux Port (old harbour) and order Bouillabaisse, the hearty fish stew invented here.
Day 7: Sete, France
The cosmopolitan town of Sete nestles at the foot of Mount St Clair, between the Etang de Thau and the Mediterranean on the southern French coast. The town is gateway to the Languedoc region and comprises two areas - the low town with its port, canals, bridges, and Pointe Courte fishing village; and Quartier Haut, home to artists' ateliers and picturesque hillside villas. Take a stroll around the heritage buildings of Place Leon Blum, Place Aristide Briand, and Place de la Republique in the town centre. Pay a visit to La Chapelle Notre Dame de la Salette and admire the artworks on display at Musee Paul Valery and Le Musee International des Artes Modestes (MIAM).
Day 9: Valencia, Spain
Situated on the east coast of Spain, Valencia blends history and culture with innovation and modernity. Although 4km from the port, the Plaza del Ayuntamiento is the central square and affords easy access to the city's many attractions. From the museums and art galleries to the famous cafes, bars and restaurants of Barrio del Carmen, there’s plenty of Spanish heritage to soak up in the old quarter of the city. At the other end of the spectrum, the City of Arts and Sciences is Valencia’s most prominent landmark and brings futuristic architecture and contemporary facilities to the heart of the city.
Day 10: Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Palma sits on the south coast of Balearic island of Majorca and is the island's capital city. The streets of this vibrant port city are lined with an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, galleries, shops, and heritage buildings. Explore the narrow alleys and lanes of the old town, before spending time at the impressive Palma Cathedral. Indulge in retail therapy on Avenida Jaume III, Passeig de Born, and the streets around the Placa Major. Palma Aquarium, Bellver Castle and the Joan Miro Foundation are well worth a visit, too. The dolphin, sea lion and parrot shows at Marineland and Poble Espanyol — a collection of Spain's famous buildings in miniature — are great for family times. Or why not take a scenic train ride to the town of Soller or travel inland to the Caves of Drach?
Day 11: Barcelona, Spain to UK
Today you cruise comes to an end. Disembark and be transferred back to the airport for your flight back to the UK.