Yes there are several theme nights. Italian night, plan on wearing something red, white or green, it is also a casual night, and watch the waiters dance on the tables, and then conga around the dining room. In the main rooms they will have italian street fair with mask making, puppet shows. Of course there is Toga night, last night of the cruise. Stop at JoAnns or Michaels for some added finery to your toga (your steward will leave old sheets and instructions) Have not seen country western night since the Romantica was sailing out of Ft. Lauderdale. Hope you enjoy, we are on Mediterranea 2 and 9. It will be our 70th cruise on Cost.
two happy people if I ever get the bags packed