Venice and Back on Le-Lyrial

28 August 2020
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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Friday 28 August Venice 18:00
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 - Saturday 29 August Korcula (Croatia) 14:30 22:00
Korcula is a forested island with a charming old walled town of Venetian and Renaissance buildings. Enter through one of the city gates to see delightful squares and narrow alleys, which lead to the house where Marco Polo is said to have been born and the Cathedral of St Mark. Caf's along the city walls look out across the blue Adriatic
3 - Sunday 30 August Sibenik (Croatia) 07:00 08:30
Sibenik is one of Croatia`s oldest cities, where the sights include the City Square, the Dukes and Bishop's Palaces and a Venetian Loggia, reached via the steep winding alleys of the Old Town. The highlight of a visit to Sibenik is the World Heritage-listed Renaissance cathedral of St James, built in 1434 and situated below the town's fortress walls. The city region of Dolac is peppered with lively cafes and restaurants serving local specialities.
3 - Sunday 30 August Split (Croatia) 12:30 20:30
The World Heritage Site of Split is a bustling city and the second largest in Croatia. It gradually developed around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, built more than 1700 years ago and incorporating columns and sphinxes from Egypt. Remarkably it still thrives today, housing restaurants, shops and markets. Within the palace is the Peristile, a colonnaded square, and the cathedral. Split's Archaeological Museum exhibits Roman artefacts including coins, and reliefs of mythical figures.
4 - Monday 31 August Dubrovnik (Croatia) 07:00 00:00
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.
5 - Tuesday 01 September Dubrovnik (Croatia) 00:00 05:00
5 - Tuesday 01 September Kotor (Montenegro) 09:00 20:00
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.
6 - Wednesday 02 September Hvar (Croatia) 07:00 18:00
Hvar is a picturesque island on the Dalmatian Riviera, with good bathing beaches and a harbour backed by a hillside of terracotta-tiled houses. There are views of the sea and surrounding islets from the Fortica fortress, and the Franciscan monastery houses a museum exhibiting 16th-century paintings. Also in the town is the Cathedral of St Stephan, the unfinished Gothic palace of Hekrotivic, and a palm-fringed waterfront with seafood restaurants.
7 - Thursday 03 September Pula (Croatia) 08:00 12:00
Pula is at the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula in the north of Croatia, across the Adriatic Sea from Venice. It dates back to Roman times, with its well-preserved ampitheatre built as the venue for gladiator fights at the same time as Rome`s Colosseum in the 1st century AD, and other Roman sights including the Forum and Triumphal Arch. The ampitheatre is still used for summer concerts and festivals.Pula has major fortifications from its time as the major naval port of the Austro-Hungarian empire. Nowadays, Pula is a busy commercial city with a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding, and tourism. The city is bordered by national parks remarkable for their astounding unspoilt natural beauty.
7 - Thursday 03 September Rovinj (Croatia) 14:30 22:00
The first view of Rovinj from the sea is the much-photographed Riva waterfront and its brightly-painted houses, and the bell-tower of Saint Eufemia's Church which can be climbed for wonderful views of the town and the picturesque islands along the coast. Narrow cobbled streets lead up to the old town from the harbour, where three ancient defensive gates survive. Red Island and its beaches can be reached in 15 minutes by boat from Rovinj.
8 - Friday 04 September Venice 07:00
Code Category Status Latest Price
SP3 Superior Stateroom AVAILABLE £2336pp
DEL Deluxe Stateroom AVAILABLE £2545pp
PR4 Prestige Stateroom AVAILABLE £2882pp
PR5 Prestige Stateroom AVAILABLE £3045pp
PR6 Prestige Stateroom AVAILABLE £3209pp
DS6 Deluxe Suite AVAILABLE £4591pp
PS5 Prestige Suite AVAILABLE £6345pp
PV Privilege Suite AVAILABLE £6673pp
GDS Grand Deluxe Suite AVAILABLE £7709pp
GPV AVAILABLE £9891pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: £318pp; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
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