2 November 2018 • 8 Day Rome to Athens Cruise • No Single Supplement!

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    Pricing reflects current 25% off offer

    Deluxe Stateroom with Private Balcony 

    Per person twin share  –  $3,550 

    Single  –  $5,020

     Prestige Stateroom Deck 4 with Private Balcony 

    Per person twin share  –  $3,980

    Single  –  $5,170

     Prestige Stateroom Deck 5 with Private Balcony 

    Per person twin share  –  $4,090

    Single  –  $5,320

     Prestige Stateroom Deck 6 with Private Balcony 

    Per person twin share  –  $4,210

    Single  –  $5,320

    Deluxe Suite Deck 3, 4 & 6 with Private Balcony

    Per person twin share  –  $5,640

    Single  –  $7,170

     Prestige Suite Deck 5 with Private Balcony

    Per person twin share  –  $8,040

    Single  –  $10,290

    Prestige Suite Deck 6 with Private Balcony

    Per person twin share  –  $7,760

    Single  –  $10,610

    Privilege Suite Deck 5 & 6 with Private Balcony

    Per person twin share  –  $8,280

    Single  –  $10,920

    Grand Deluxe Suite Deck 5 & 6 with Private Balcony

    Per person twin share  –  $8,770

    Single  –  $11,250

    Owner’s Suite

    Per person twin share  –  $11,880

    Single  –  $23,240


    • Your cruise also includes an open bar throughout the ship and 24 hour room service 

  • Itinerary

    Emabarkation 11/02/2018 from 16H00 to 17H00 . Departure 02/11/2018 at 18H00 .
    Built on an Etruscan site, between the Tyrrhenian sea and the Monti della Tolfa, Civitavecchia respires the dolce vita. This very modern and easy going town combines art and history with panache. You can also visit superb historical sites like Fort Michelangelo or the Cathedral of Saint Francis of Assisi. Just 80 kilometres from Rome, the town is a beautiful first step to the Italian capital.

    3 NOVEMBER 2018 – NAPLES
    Arrival 03/11/2018 at 08H00 . Departure 03/11/2018 at 13H00 .
    More Italian than Italy itself, Naples is the capital of the beautiful region of Campania, and is an unusual city to say the least. Its gulf, dominated by Vesuvius, is one of the world’s marvels. Built by the Greeks and then occupied by the Romans, the city has retained the memory of antiquity, as Castell dell’Ovo illustrates. But Naples has another side to it with its hustle and bustle, narrow streets, clothes hung out to dry at windows, Caravaggio paintings on the walls of a church, and incessant rumour in an sleepless city. This is a head-spinning city to visit and savour: don’t forget to eat a slice of pizza Margherita.

    Arrival 04/11/2018 at 07H30 . Departure 04/11/2018 at 12H30 .
    Located on Sicily’s eastern coast, in the province of Messina, the seaside town of Taormina is Sicily’s Saint-Tropez, boasting heritage sites, secluded beaches and luxury shopping. You can visit its medieval centre, suspended 300 metres above sea level, where terraces offer a spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea. Another vestige from its past are the ruins of the Greco-Roman theatre. This extremely well-preserved site attracts visitors who are fascinated by the natural beauty of the area which overlooks a turquoise bay.

    Arrival 05/11/2018 at 13H45 . Departure 05/11/2018 at 19H00 .
    This picturesque village stretches along the Ionian sea in the west of the Peloponnese. Its main harbour offers a vast panorama of the coastline’s wooded hillsides. Dazzling white, the church of Saint-Nicolas houses a selection of sumptuous icons to feast your eyes on. You can also pay a visit the archaeological site of Olympus on the slopes of Mount Kronos.

    6 NOVEMBER 2018 – ITEA
    Arrival 06/11/2018 at 07H00 . Departure 06/11/2018 at 13H00 .
    Tucked away in the Gulf of Corinth, this little port is situated in continental Greece, north-west of Athens. Take an easy stroll along the old cobblestone quays, while gazing at the summits encircling the Bay of Itea. We wouldn’t be surprised if you are tempted by a visit to the Delphi Sanctuary. The sanctuary is located on a plateau on the slope of Mount Parnassus, just ten kilometres from Itea. A listed UNESCO World Heritage site, this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The ancient ruins are surrounded by steep mountains, and their Archaeological Museum is chock-full of cultural delights.

    Arrival 06/11/2018 at 00H00 . Departure 06/11/2018 at 00H00 .
    The Corinth Canal cuts through the Isthmus of Corinth, turning the Peloponnese into an island as it separates the region from the Greek mainland. Inaugurated in 1893, the canal is a little over six kilometres long and enables merchant vessels and passenger to avoid a long 400-km detour around the peninsula. The two sides of the canal reach a height of approximately fifty metres. From the exterior decks, don’t miss this unique opportunity to watch the ship as it navigates along the narrow strip of water encased between tall, ochre cliffs. What an experience !

    7 NOVEMBER 2018 – DELOS
    Arrival 07/11/2018 at 06H30 . Departure 07/11/2018 at 12H00 .
    This legendary Cyclades island of Delos stands just a few miles southwest of Mykonos. The ceremonial solemnity of this ancient holy sanctuary will not leave you indifferent. The sheer size and importance of this UNESCO World Heritage site which covers over half of the island is thrilling in itself. From the Stoa of Antigonos, the Terrace of the Lions, to the carved marble animal statues, you will make discovery after discovery, against a backdrop of the Aegean stretching to the horizon. The theatre steps on the hillside are a particularly good place from which to enjoy the expansive view.

    Arrival 07/11/2018 at 13H30 . Departure 07/11/2018 at 21H00 .
    Nicknamed “little Venice”, Mykonos is famous for its Alefkandra district where houses are built right on the water’s edge. Their multi-coloured loggias are emblematic of this Cyclades island, as are the pelicans and windmills. You can get close up to the birds on the quaysides of the old port. Up on the hillside, you can see the windmill sails turning. In the cobbled streets of the pedestrian centre, bougainvillea bedeck immaculate facades. As you weave in and out of the little streets, snatches of coastline will undoubtedly call you to the island’s beaches, the quietest of which can be found on the northern coast.

    8 NOVEMBER 2018 – PATMOS
    Arrival 08/11/2018 at 07H30 . Departure 08/11/2018 at 14H00 .
    Patmos is one of the legendary must-see islands in the Dodecanese. This is where Saint John resided, presumed author of the last book in the Bible. The cave of the Apocalypse and the Saint-John-the-Theologian Monastery are dedicated to him. These sites, which are listed by UNESCO as World Heritage, are located at the top of a hillside planted with vines and orchards. On the shore, the crystalline coves of Kambos and Lampi offer absolutely gorgeous swimming areas. You’ll be drawn to the bustle in Skala harbour and its taverns, famous for their fish soup and tiropita, which is a type of pasty filled with fresh Patmos cheese.

    9 NOVEMBER 2018 – ATHENS
    Disembarkation 11/09/2018 at 06H00 .
    The Greek capital city is located on the edge of the Saronic gulf, in the east of the country. It bears a plural name in reference to the first villages that surround the Acropolis. You will be enchanted by the rocky plateau presided by its monuments listed as UNESCO World Heritage. In the city below, you can visit some of the liveliest districts in Athens: Plaka, with its maze of colourful streets, and where, in the evenings the drifting aroma of moussaka and garlic prawns will tickle your taste buds. Don’t miss anything of the city’s cultural past. Pay a visit to the National Archaeological museum, or the Cycladic Art Museum.

  • Only one date available 2 – 9 November 2018 – Book early to receive discounts & no single supplement on Deluxe & Prestige Staterooms

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