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- 05:00 PM
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Rhapsody, Greek Isles Cruise ex Venice Return
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean International
Selected Sailing Date: 03 Aug 2019
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7 Night Cruise sailing from Venice roundtrip aboard Rhapsody of the Seas.
From the snow-capped mountain coasts of Alaska to the skyline views of Sydney, Australia, Rhapsody of the Seas® delivers an unforgettable cruise holiday. Make reservations at Royal Caribbean’s signature steakhouse, Chops Grille, and treat your palate to an incredible dining experience. Let the little ones explore safely at sea with the newly added Royal Babies and Tots Nursery®. Relax in the VIP Diamond Club or Concierge Club* exclusively for Crown & Anchor® Society members.
No matter which hemisphere Rhapsody of the Seas takes you to, there’s always more to love on the world’s most innovative cruise line – from the VitalitySM Spa to the rock climbing wall.
Highlights of this cruise:
Composed of 117 islands in the Venetian Lagoon and held together by a series of canals, Venice is like no other city in the world. Established more than 1,000 years ago by seafarers and Roman refugees, this magnificent city continues to be the heart of Italian culture as well as a mecca for hopeless romantics.
One of the oldest and most famous Montenegrin towns is Kotor. The coastal town is located in the most secluded part of the Gulf of Kotor, at the foot of mountain Lovcen. Kotor is a typical Mediterranean travel destination with old narrow streets, romantic bars and restaurants, small shops, antique monuments, churches and picturesque buildings. Famous poets and writers have used the beauty of the Bay of Kotor as inspiration for their works. Listed as a UNESCO World Natural and Historical Heritage Site, Kotor has become a famous yachting and sailing destination for skippers around the globe.
Known as the 'Emerald Island' because of its lush greenery and breathtaking beauty, Corfu is one of the hidden treasures of the Mediterranean. The second largest of the seven Ionian Islands, Corfu is just 593 square kilometres (368.253 square miles). Possessing an intense culture and unparalleled coastline, the island has provided endless inspiration for many artists and literary figures.
Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Piraeus is the main port of Athens, the biggest in Greece, and one of the most important in the Mediterranean Sea. Piraeus is within walking distance of Kastella, a hill strewn with beautiful houses that offers a majestic view of the Saronic Gulf. Other points of interest include an archaeological museum, Mikrolimano, where you can enjoy an ouzo accompanied by seafood mezedes.
In the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean lies one of the most inviting places in all of Greece – Mykonos. Its countless bays and beaches and its quaint cobblestone streets are bound to delight any visitor. According to Greek mythology, it was here that Hercules slew the Giants, and the large rocks that are scattered about the island are said to be their petrified corpses. True or not, you'll have to judge for yourself.
Situated on the largest of the Ionion Islands on Kefalonia, Argostoli is perfect for nature and history lovers. Tour the ruins of St. George Castle, see loggerhead turtles feeding and take in sweeping views atop its cliffs.