Settle in for three days of refreshing cruising across the sea when you set sail with the Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas from Rome to Barcelona.
While aboard this cruise you'll stop in one city, the exciting Naples. This route is an interesting one for the Symphony of the Seas, as it sails it only once.
We include all all meals, entertainment, port charges, and taxes in this, so there are no surprises. This price just dropped, so book quickly to secure your room before the price rises again!
Based in Miami, over 5,400 people can set sail on this top-rated enormous vessel.
The Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas is home to some of Royal Caribbean's exclusive attractions such as a bar with a robotic bartender, the two Flowrider artificial surf waves, and an escape room. Plus, experience rare features like an ice skating rink and a roller skating rink.
The Symphony of the Seas also offers a minigolf course, a gym, nine jacuzzis, a basketball court, a waterslide, nineteen pools, an outdoor movie theater, a spa, a casino, and a solarium.
Since it was first listed on July 8th of last year, the cost of a stateroom on this cruise has ranged between $642 and $1,507 including $42 in taxes and port fees. This graph indicates the price over time for all types of cabin.
|$890||Sold Out||Sold Out||Sold Out|
|$296.67 per day|
This sailing includes one port day and one sea day. Highlights include a long stop in Naples.
|Thu, Oct 11||Civitavecchia, Italy (Rome)||8:00pm|
|Fri, Oct 12||Naples, Italy||7:00am||8:00pm|
|Sat, Oct 13||At Sea|
|Sun, Oct 14||Barcelona, Spain||6:00am|
The Symphony of the Seas sails this route once this year. The Oasis of the Seas also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.