Next September Costa Cruises is resuming operations with two new itineraries. Costa Deliziosa will depart from Trieste while Costa Diadema will leave from Genoa.
From September 6 to September 27, Costa Deliziosa will depart every Sunday from Trieste, allowing guests to rediscover five destinations in Southern Italy including Bari and Brindisi in Puglia, Corigliano-Rossano in Calabria, Siracusa and Catania in Sicily.
On September 19, Costa Diadema will leave from Genoa to call at magnificent Italian art cities and seaside resorts in the western Mediterranean: Civitavecchia/Rome, Naples, Palermo, Cagliari and La Spezia.
In order to ensure a responsible and safe restart, and given the recent evolution of the epidemiological scenario, the two new Costa Cruises itineraries are reserved for Italian guests only. The departures available at present are September 6, 13, 20 and 27 for Costa Deliziosa, and September 19 for Costa Diadema. They will be on sale starting next week.
All destinations of the two itineraries can only be visited with protected shore excursions organized by Costa.
To allow guests to better enjoy their holidays, while respecting safety of guests, crew and local communities, the company has developed the Costa Safety Protocol for its fleet. The Costa Safety protocol is a comprehensive set of measures and procedures in response to the COVID-19 situation, relating to all aspects of the cruise experience, both on board and ashore.
Costa Cruises hopes to offer additional itineraries starting from October 2020 with an increasing number of ships.