Venice to Piraeus (Athens, Greece) on Riviera

4 July 2019
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Explore the Croatian coast, beautiful Greek Islands and Turkey on this superb cruise from Venice on Riviera!

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Riviera

Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Thursday 04 July Venice
The glorious buildings along the Grand Canal are a breathtaking sight - the ornate fa'ades of 15th century Palazzo Dario and Ca' d'Oro, the Rialto and St Mark's Square and Basilica. Venice is renowned for its Murano glass and for its exclusive shops. Upmarket boutiques run from Piazza San Marco to the Accademia Bridge and more unusual wares are available in Frezzeria.
2 - Friday 05 July Venice 1700
3 - Saturday 06 July Dubrovnik (Croatia) 1300 2300
The red-roofed city of Dubrovnik can be admired from the walkway along its 10th century walls. Below, the elegant, marble-paved Stradun leads to colourful caf's, St Blaise's church, Sponza Palace and the cloistered Franciscan Monastery housing a pharmacy which has been in use since 1316.
4 - Sunday 07 July Kotor (Montenegro) 0800 1800
The lovely fortified town of Kotor sits in a dramatic bay surrounded by limestone massifs in a magnificent region of Montenegro. Kotor's city walls enclose a well-preserved medieval centre, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. St Tryphon's Cathedral is decorated with 14th-century frescoes.
5 - Monday 08 July Corfu (Greece) 0800 1800
Corfu Town, or Kerkyra, is the charming port for the lovely island of Corfu. There are many restaurants and shops radiating out from Kapodistra and the elegant, colonnaded Liston building. Overlooking the harbour is the palaia Anaktora, formerly the residence of British-Greek royalty. Paleokastritsa has lovely beaches backed by olive, cypress and lemon trees, and one of Corfu's key sights is the handsome Palace of Achilleion and its gardens.
6 - Tuesday 09 July Katakolon (Greece) 0800 1700
The small seaside town of Katakolon has a beach at the end of the pier, and tavernas and bars along the waterfront. It is used as the gateway to the ancient site of Olympia, 35 kilometers away, which is where the Olympic Games began.
7 - Wednesday 10 July Khania (Crete, Greece) 0800 2300
The Venetian harbour and town of Chania on Crete is an historic area with a thriving nightlife and waterfront restaurants. The Old Town area of Kastli is interwoven with narrow alleys and pretty balconied houses. Aside from the pleasure of exploring this picturesque town, places of interest include the Byzantine Museum, the Ottoman Baths and the Fortress of Souda on an island in the bay.
8 - Thursday 11 July Santorini (Greece) 0800 1800
The best way to arrive in Santorini is by sea, with spectacular views of the high caldera walls and the cliff-top town of Fira. Cruise ships berth in the old port, where the journey to the town is via donkey or cable car ' either option provides dramatic views of the Mediterranean and the volcanic island of Nea Kameni. Along the narrow alleys of the cliff-top are brilliant white and blue buildings, and the much-photographed church of Ag Mina.
9 - Friday 12 July Kusadasi (Turkey) 0800 1800
The large port of Kusadasi is also a tourist resort, and has a lively nightlife, a long palm-lined boulevard and numerous sandy beaches offering watersports, including the best-known, Ladies Beach. Calls to Kusadasi usually include a visit to the magnificent and well-preserved site of Ephesus, 18 kilometers away.
10 - Saturday 13 July Mykonos (Greece) 0800 2000
Mykonos is one of the most fashionable and cosmopolitan of the Greek islands. Its hills are dotted with white-washed cube houses and churches, and the thatched windmills for which the island is famous. Pink pelicans are often spotted from the waterfront tavernas. The main sight in the town is lovely white domed Parportiani Church, which incorporates 5 separate buildings. The cruise port is a mile north of Mykonos Town, where ferries make the 40-minute journey to the sacred island of Delos.
11 - Sunday 14 July Piraeus (Athens, Greece) 0800 1800
Piraeus is 12 kilometers south-west of Athens and is the city's port. The port town itself has a long nautical history, as told in the Maritime Museum, and close to the port is the area of Piralki and its fish taverns. Walking beyond the peninsula, the coast is dotted with picturesque creeks. The hillside area of Kastella has narrow alleys, the church of Profitis Ilias and fantastic views of the Acropolis.
Code Category Status Latest Price
G Inside Stateroom WAIT LIST £2489pp
F Inside Stateroom CLOSED £2639pp
C Deluxe Ocean View CLOSED £3159pp
B4 Veranda Stateroom GUARANTEE £3839pp
B3 Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £3869pp
B2 Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £3909pp
B1 Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £3949pp
A4 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £4059pp
A3 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £4099pp
A2 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £4129pp
A1 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £4169pp
PH3 Penthouse Suite CLOSED £5029pp
PH2 Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £5179pp
PH1 Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £5399pp
OC Oceania Suite CLOSED £8159pp
VS Vista Suite CLOSED £8909pp
OS Owners Suite CLOSED £11369pp
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