Sorrento: Rugged cliffs house winding streets, bustling with café and restaurant culture. Sip limoncello and enjoy views out to the Mediterranean Sea, explore the Old Town, brimming with Italian charm, locals and picture-perfect pastel buildings, or take a day trip to Pompeii, at the foot of Mount Vesuvius.
Civitavecchia (Rome): The Port of Civitavecchia is the perfect stop for visiting Rome, being located just 45 miles to the northwest of the city. The Italian coastal town of Civitavecchia is, itself, rich in history. Stroll along the port to witness the towering Michelangelo Fort, often cited as the most important architectural landmark on the Lazio coastline. Once used as therapeutic thermal baths by the Romans, the Taurine Baths are another archaeological site not to be missed.