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A Mediterranean Cruise and Italian Road Adventure with Regent Seven Seas and Ferrari

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Itinerary Highlights

Many of us dream of a Mediterranean escape; getting lost in the culture of Italy, savouring the elegance of southern France or unwinding on the sands of Spain. So the chance to do it all, in enviable style, is priceless. Combining a cruise with Regent Seven Seas with a thrilling road tour with Ferrari, we have crafted this exceptional itinerary, where you can immerse yourself in the highlights of the Mediterranean’s most sought after spots on a luxurious cruise, before experience the thrill of sweeping across the Italian landscape in the country’s most prestigious sports car.

Spending your first night in Rome, warm up for the discoveries waiting ahead with a taste of the fabulous ‘Eternal City’, before embarking on your sea voyage along the coast. Part of Regent’s 25th Anniversary celebrations, this commemorative cruise voyage features an exclusive galley lunch and specialised programming, plus wine and cocktail tastings. Guests will also benefit from the Smithsonian Collection of enriching interactive lectures, including guest speaker, archaeologist David Price Williams. During your cruise, you will have the chances to marvel at the wonders of Florence or Pisa, admire the pretty waterfront of Portofino, bask in the beauty of St Tropez and Marseille, witness the spectacular city of Barcelona and take it easy on the world-famous beaches of Ibiza.

For the second part of your journey, it’s back to land, where you will pick up your Ferrari to hit the road in style. In partnership with Red Travel, all of your needs will be taken care of as you traverse scenic routes through Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany, led by your personal Tour Director, who will give you a full briefing on the car’s controls and will be in radio contact for the duration of your tour. With your luggage transported separately, you will spend two nights at luxurious five-star hotels, boasting sumptuous spas and fine-dining restaurants, as you sweep across the countryside, making your way from medieval villages to picturesque valleys and vineyards.

From the sparkling sea to the glimmering coasts and the illustrious Italian inland, there is plenty to discover on this enthralling Mediterranean journey.

Luxury City Breaks Culture & History Luxury Cruise Holidays
Perfect for:

Couples seeking a Mediterannean escape

Guide Price:

Prices from £10,665 per person. Further details are available upon request.


Your itinerary at a glance

  • 1
    1 night Rome, Italy
  • 2
    9 nights Embark on your Regent Seven Seas Cruise around the Mediterranean
  • 3
    Pick up your Ferrari and drive the Mille Miglia Route
  • 4
  • 5
    Fonteverde Tuscan Resort & Spa
  • 6
    Orvieto or Siena
  • 7
    La Posta Vecchia Hotel
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The Mediterranean boasts glorious summers, with plenty of sunshine and very little rainfall between the months of July and August. Late spring and early autumn months also offer comfortably warm temperatures with the benefit of fewer crowds.

Fly to Rome Fiumicino International Airport

Take a private car transfer to Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel




Rome, Italy

Staying at

Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel


Begin your journey in Rome with a night’s stay in Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel. Here, live the dolce vita in Italy’s Eternal City, home to a heady mix of attractions, colourful street life, chic shopping and the stunning Vatican.

Feast like a Roman and lap up the lifestyle on elegant piazzas, where cool crowds gather for cocktails and nibbles. In traditional trattorias and pizzerias packed with people tucking into humble delights. In gourmet gelaterias laden with fancy-flavoured ice-creams. Or follow your nose into stylish cafés, where twirling baristas brew the finest coffee.

Delve back to ancient times touring the city’s dazzling treasures. The amazingly preserved temple of the Pantheon and also the Colosseum of the great Roman Empire. Crumbling catacombs and age-old churches. St Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, a glorious example of Renaissance design.

Iconic artists have left their mark across the city. Paintings by Caravaggio. Frescoes by Raphael. Fountains by Bernini. Michelangelo’s astonishing works in the Sistine Chapel. Baroque façades, Byzantine mosaics and so much more.

Before you go, sit and reflect atop the Spanish Steps and cherish the scene. Then toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain to make sure you’ll return to this extraordinary city another day.

Staying at

Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel


It’s hard to match the romance of the five-star Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel, which is ideally situated between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo in the heart of the city’s most fashionable area. This splendid hotel offers an oasis amid the surrounding bustle – and not just because of its extensive terraced gardens, which are perfect for balmy evenings. All of the guest rooms, through to the highly individual Picasso, Popolo, Vaselli and Nijinsky Suites, are painted and upholstered in restful hues, while outside, discover an extraordinary Secret Garden, where guests can dine alfresco or enjoy a quiet stroll.

  • Type:Luxury Hotel
  • Summary:A lush oasis amidst the bustling city of Rome
  • Feature:The hotel's concierge service is excellent
  • Rooms:122 rooms & suites
  • Location:Italy
  • Nearest airport:Rome Airport
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Transfer to Civitavecchia to join your cruise




Embark on your Regent Seven Seas Cruise around the Mediterranean


At Civitavecchia, board your beautiful, all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager ship, and embark on our voyage around the Mediterranean, cruising the coast of Italy, France and Spain.

Day 1 – Depart from Rome.

Day 2 – Arrive in the port of Livorno on the west coast of Tuscany. Your gateway to the Renaissance worlds of Florence and Pisa, here you can discover Europe’s most renowned art galleries, featuring works by the titans of fine art, beautiful historic architecture and the idyllic Tuscan countryside.

Day 3 – Portofino is your next port-of-call, one of the most picturesque stops along your route. With an artistic heritage and elegant waterfront boasting pretty restaurants and cafes with scenic views, tour the Italian Riviera by boat to see it at its best, or take a scenic walk through the narrow streets branching off from the main square.

Day 4 – Head to your first stop in France – St Tropez. Known as a playground for Europe’s Elite, this chic seaside town boasts a stylish harbour, which is lined with alfresco restaurants and gleaming super yachts. Beyond the marina, enjoy the hilly Provencal countryside, visit a local winery or browse chic boutiques for perfume, jewellery, clothing and handcrafted leather goods.

Day 5 – Continue along the French coast to Provence in Marseille. Once a sleepy little village that inspired the paintings of Cezanne, this is now the cosmopolitan capital of southern France, with a picturesque Old Quarter and lively cafe culture. Visit the old town of Aix-en-Provence and its medieval ramparts, set out to Avignon or discover St Remy de Provence where Vincent Van Gogh completed more than one-hundred-and-fifty paintings and sketches.

Day 6 – Next, it is on to Spain. Barcelona is your first stop, a visually stunning city comprising lively squares and gothic architecture, plus an exciting art scene. See works of Miro and Picasso, taste exquisite wines on the region or see the holy mountain of Catalonia.

Day 7 – Head south to Ibiza. This Balearic Island is the perfect beach destination, though you can also enjoy the lively Eivissa town with its shops, restaurants and bars, and some of Europe’s best preserved medieval remains. It also has charming countryside, dotted with white-walled houses, and beautiful wildlife.

Day 8 – Day at sea. During this time, attend a seminar or listen to expert guest speaker, David Price Williams, to learn more about the destinations on your route, or simply relax at the sumptuous spa.

Day 9 – Arrive back in Italy and stop by Positano along the famed Amalfi Coast. Admire the enchanting and picturesque towns that line the hilltops, set against a stunning mountainous backdrop, and browse their boutiques in search of artisan souvenirs or delicious pastries.

Day 10 – Return to Civitavecchia in Rome to conclude your Mediterranean cruise.

Disembark your ship and meet your Ferrari Tour Director


Pick up your Ferrari and drive the Mille Miglia Route


Having disembarked your cruise at Civitavecchia, be welcomed at the exclusive Sporting Yacht Club by your Tour Director, and be presented with your own private Ferrari. You will be introduced to the finer details of the vehicle controls and how the various car models differ, before receiving guidance on how to handle the F1 paddle-gear shifting behind the steering wheel.

With your luggage transported separately, take a short practice drive along the scenic roads of the Mille Miglia route. Led by your Tour Director in his Alfa Romeo Giulia, take in breathtaking panoramas as you sweep along the rolling hills and curves in the road, offering the thrilling driving experience you’ve been waiting for!

Drive in your Ferrari to Pienza

Take your Ferrari out on the road and head to your first stop of the tour, Pienza.




After stopping for lunch in Bolsena, continue along the road to Pienza , the birthplace of Pope Pius II, who was inspired to transform the village into what he considered to be a utopia of Classical times. Here, the UNESCO-listed town is said to be one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture with beautiful landmarks, such as its towering white-stone cathedral, along with Palazzo Piccolomini, created by Classical sculptor and architect Bernardo Rossellino, and Palazzo Borgia, home to the Museo Diocesano, where an important collection of artworks and religious artefacts are preserved for modern day appreciation.

Drive to San Casciano dei Bagni

Drive in your Ferrari to your next stop where you will spend the night at Fonteverde Tuscan Resort & Spa.


Fonteverde Tuscan Resort & Spa


When you have finished exploring the charms of Pienza, continue on in your Ferrari to Fonteverde Tuscan Resort & Spa, where you will check in for your second night in Italy. Originally built as a renaissance palace for the Grand Duke Ferdinando I de’ Medici, this exquisite resort is an exceptional place to unwind and recharge, with a breathtaking location overlooking the natural hot springs. An indulgent offering of panoramic pools, hot tubs and pampering treatment rooms fully embrace their spectacular surroundings, utilising mineral-rich waters and the restorative power of nature to inspire a genuine sense of therapeutic healing.

Lovingly restored to its former beauty, the richly decorated guestrooms boast breathtaking views over the lyrical landscape of Tuscany and the hills of Siena. After taking a short rest, it’s time for dinner. Ferdinando I, the restaurant at Hotel Fonteverde Tuscan Resort & Spa, serves excellent Tuscan cuisine, created by the Master Chef, Salvatore Quarto. In a charming and elegant atmosphere, irresistible Mediterranean flavours and authentic recipes from a menu that is both nutritional and satisfying.

Drive to Orvieto

After a restful evening, followed by breakfast in the hotel, return to your Ferrari and depart for your first stop of the day.


Orvieto or Siena


Following your Tour Director, weave your way on a scenic route through picturesque towns and villages, with charming Tuscan character, making your way to Orvieto. Dating back to before the Roman Empire, this unusual city stood strong against invasion thanks to its position on a steep chunk of volcanic rock, giving it a striking appearance that surely even concerned Julius Caesar himself! Take your time to admire the intricately adorned cathedral, dating back to 1290, gleaming with mosaic tiles, stained glass and frescoes, or stop to see the impressive St. Patrick’s Well, plunging one-hundred-and-seventy-five feet down – a worthy feat of engineering!

Alternatively, continue past Orvieto to Siena, Italy’s finest Medieval city, famous for its hosting of the Palio horse race, beautifully preserved gothic architecture and UNESCO-listed buildings. Boasting another spectacular cathedral, built from white marble and housing invaluable treasures by the likes of Michelangelo, Pisano and Donatello, Siena is a fabulous addition to your itinerary.

Drive to the Roman Coast

After lunch, drive to the Roman Coast where you will spend the night at La Posta Vecchia Hotel.


La Posta Vecchia Hotel


Arrive in Ladispoli, a seaside town on the Roman coast, where you can enjoy an authentic Roman experience. Staying at the luxurious La Posta Vecchia Hotel, take it easy on the waterfront, and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Tyrrhenian Sea afforded by this fantastic location.

Perfect for those who love their hotels to give them a sense of their own unique history, La Posta Vecchia Hotel features elegant eighteenth-century decor with Renaissance furnishings and antique tapestries, while outside, you will stumble upon beautifully preserved ruins dating back to the Roman Empire.

There is plenty to indulge in at this exquisite hotel, too. The fine dining restaurant, The Cesar, boasts a stunning position overlooking the sea, and serves traditional Italian cuisine with a contemporary flourish. You can also take it easy at the spa, where the LPV wellness centre offers an exclusive range of personalised treatments to help relax and unwind, using Santa Maria Novella products from Florence, founded four-hundred years ago by Dominican Monks, crafted from natural plant extracts and luxurious essential oils. The perfect blend of old and new, this timeless escape is a fantastic place to wind down your Italian adventure.

After spending the night, enjoy the next morning at leisure to enjoy the area, whether dipping your toes in the sea from the private beach, taking a stroll around the park or visiting the nearby archaeological museum. After soaking up the Italian ambience, you may request to spend the afternoon on a private tour of the Tarquinia area, known for its Etruscan tombs, or take your transfer back into Rome for your final take of the Eternal City.

Take a private transfer back to Rome

Fly from Rome Fiumicino International Airport back to the UK

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