MSC Cruises offering Mediterranean fly and cruise packages from $2,311
For a limited time MSC Cruises is offering Mediterranean Fly and Cruise packages starting from $2,311 per person. This offer includes airfare from Miami, New York, or Chicago to Rome or Barcelona, a 7 night cruise aboard the MSC Divina, 2 night post-cruise hotel stay in Rome or Barcelona, and meet and greet at the airport, transfer to cruise ship and to hotel. This offer ends December 31, 2014
Package rates are USD, per person, double occupancy, air/sea inclusive for new retail bookings for U.S. and Canadian residents. Rate listed is for inside stateroom I1 Bella category on May 16, 23, 30 & Sept. 19, 2015 sailings. Other sailings and stateroom type rates are higher. Rates include R/T air from New York, Chicago or Miami airports to Rome or Barcelona Airport, transfer from Airport to ship, transfer from ship to hotel, 2-night post-cruise hotel stay and transfer from hotel to airport. Flight schedule at the complete discretion of MSC Cruises. In the event that Melia Hotels become unavailable guest will be provided similar 4-star hotel accommodations. Unused components have no monetary value. Government fees and taxes (GFT) & air taxes for all sailing guests are included in this price and are as follows: Rome departures $411.45 / Barcelona departures $418.17. For the free 7-night Caribbean sailing promotion, all incidentals outside of the base cruise fare, including government fees and taxes, fuel surcharges, and service charges, are the responsibility of the guest. Offer cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion and may be withdrawn without notice. Offer is capacity controlled, subject to availability and restrictions apply. MSC Cruises reserves the right to pass on any fuel surcharge without notice to all guests. MSC Cruises reserves the right to refuse to honor any prices/sailings that are erroneously printed or quoted. Ask for “FLY-CRUISE” promotion when booking. Offer Expires Dec 31, 2015. Ship’s registry: Panama.
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