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Celebrity Infinity Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1564 reviews
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A great cruise

Review for Celebrity Infinity to the Western Mediterranean
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2019
Cabin: Aqua Class
Breakfast on our balcony.
The Infinity seen from Sliema, in Malta.
Embarkation day.

We chose that cruise for its itinerary on the Mediterranean. We'd already been to most of the places, except Rhodes and Israel. We started with three days in Rome and stayed in Athens for a week at the end of the cruise. We got to Civitavecchia in a shared shuttle which picked us up from the flat we had rented. Embarkation was perfect. We were aboard at twelve, went to the self service restaurant and heard all the cabins were ready as we were eating our dessert. We always keep our swimming things in our hand luggage so we had aour first swim with nobody but us in the pool. When we got back to our cabin our luggage had been delivered. Our cabin was Aqua class 1110 on deck 11. It was very comfortable and extremely well situated. We had dinner in Blu every evening and loved the food and the attention we got. Thank you, everybody on Celebrity Infinity for such a wonderful time.

Our excursions :

Naples : we had bought tickets (privately) for a shuttle bus which took us to the Royal Palace Reggia di Caserta. Very interesting.

Cabin Review

Aqua Class

Plenty of place to store your luggage. Very quiet place on the ship. A great cabin attendant.

Port Reviews


Hop on hop off, quite pleasant thanks to the sea breeze.

Haifa (Tel Aviv)

When in Ashdod we also went to Jaffa and Cesare.

In Haifa : Mount of Beatitudes, Lake of Tiberiade and Nazareth.

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