Set sail in the spring with your Jeunesse Family as a qualifier of the Eastern Europe Sales Incentive Trip 2019: Mediterranean Cruise. Featuring an elegant ship, departing from Genoa, Italy, and stopping in exciting destinations including Marseilles, France, and Barcelona, Spain, you’ll have many opportunities at sea or on shore to INDULGE. DISCOVER. EXPLORE.

The Costa Fortuna will be our home throughout the 7-night excursion and, like a floating hotel, it offers you all the amenities you could need. Want to relax with a thermal, stone or lime and ginger massage? You can do that on the Costa Fortuna! Splash around in any of the four pools — one featuring a retractable roof, unwind with friends in a hot tub or head to the disco and show off your dance moves. You can also enjoy a sumptuous meal at one of the ship’s numerous restaurants, including Pizzeria Pummid’oro, the Ferrari Wine Bar and the Classic Restaurant, which features traditional favorites from each region of Italy.

You’ll be equally spoiled with choices off the ship. Anton Chekhov referred to Genoa as “the most beautiful city in the world,” so take time to explore. Genoa and the surrounding area is famous for its focaccia, and because of ideal conditions for growing basil, it’s the birthplace of pesto. Try some of both!

In Marseilles, France’s main commercial port, try to visit Notre Dame. Yes, there is one in Marseilles — Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde. As the city’s most visited site, the structure itself is certainly noteworthy, but that’s only part of the reason to go. The basilica was built at the highest natural point in the city, so you can’t find a better panoramic view of Marseilles. Get the selfie stick ready! If museums are more your thing, you must visit the Musée des beaux-arts de Marseille (Museum of Fine Arts).

Perhaps the highlight of the cruise, Barcelona is famous for many things, including football and Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. If the former gets your heart racing, consider touring Camp Nou, home of FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi — and the largest stadium in Europe. Of a much different nature, Gaudi’s works dominate Barcelona, none more strikingly than the still-unfinished Basilica of the Sagrada Familia and the Casa Batlló residence – also known as the House of Bones because of its appearance. You won’t see structures like these anywhere else.

These few glimpses only scratch the surface of what you can experience with your Jeunesse Family during the Eastern Europe Sales Incentive Trip 2019: Mediterranean Cruise. Keep your focus and grow your business so you can be part of it!

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