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Cruise Code: SC-2025
Itinerary Code: SC-2025

Piraeus - Piraeus - SC-

  • Sea Could - Piraeus -Piraeus - 7 Nights
  • Waterways: Mediterranean
  • Cruise Start Date: 10-Jul-2020 Cruise End Date: 17-Jul-2020 Nights: 7
  • Embark City: Athens Disembark City: Athens

DAY 1 - 10 July 2020:Piraeus

"A ship will come...", declared the singer Melina Mercouri to the port of Piraeus. Later, as Greek Minister for Culture, she made Athens the first European Capital of Culture in 1985. The city is considered the birthplace of Europe, of philosophy and of democracy, and is the embodiment of the Olympic ideal. World-famous and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, its landmark is the magnificent Parthenon temple, lying high up on the Acropolis in all its glory. At the foot of the Acropolis hill is the Plaka, the oldest quarter of Athens, and the world's most modern archaeological museum, the new Acropolis Museum, has been here since 2009.

DAY 1 - 10 July 2020 :Cruising Cape Sounion

DAY 2 - 11 July 2020 :Mykonos/Cyclades

Mykonos, with its houses like sugar cubes with blue shutters, balconies adorned with flowers, blue-domed churches and windmills, is perhaps the most famous of the Cyclades islands and seems to have sprung out of a picture book. We have to thank Aristoteles Onassis and his international jet-set friends for rediscovering the island in the mid-1950s and developing it into the favourite destination of the rich and famous. In Mykonos town you can happily lose yourself in the labyrinth of whitewashed lanes. Fishing boats bob up and down in the port. Upmarket restaurants, rustic tavernas and classy bars and clubs invite you to stay a while. From the promenade you have a spectacular view over the sea.

DAY 3 - 12 July 2020: Astipalea

DAY 4 - 13 July 2020 : Karavostasis/Folegandros/Cyclades

Imposing cliffs, spectacular beaches and plenty of traditional Cycladic lifestyle - the island of Folegandros is almost untouched by large streams of tourists and can only be reached via the tiny port of Karavostasis. Chora, the largest village on the island and not far from the port, is perched spectacularly on a steep rocky slope 300-metres (985 foot) high and offers a fantastic view over the island and the sea. The church of Panagia is set even further up on the rocks and towers over the little town with its snowy-white cottages like sugar cubes, its beautiful castle and its narrow lanes.

DAY 5 - 14 July 2020 : Milos

The unique character of Milos' landscape was formed by volcanic activity. Hot springs, spectacular cliffs and distinctive rock formations give the various beaches their own individual character. The colours of Milos are most obvious where the water meets the stone and forms the coastline. Minerals have coloured the sand and stones and each rock along the coastline seems to glow in a different colour. Plaka, the picturesque old capital with its typical dazzling-white houses, is overlooked by a mighty castle which offers a superb view over Adamos Bay and the surrounding islands.

DAY 6 - 15 July 2020: Neapoli Vion

DAY 6 - 15 July 2020: Simos Beach/ Elafonisos

DAY 7 - 16 July 2020: Nauplion/Peloponnese

The old town of Nauplion has a picturesque peninsula setting and three Venetian fortresses guard the pretty town. In ancient times, the excavation site of Mycenae, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was one of the most important towns in Greece. Its legendary king, Agamemnon, has a large role in Homer's Iliad. The palace grounds were surrounded by a cyclopean stone wall. Now you can only gain entrance through the famous Lion Gate. In Epidaurus, also protected by UNESCO, the impressive 14,000-seat theatre is one of the most important buildings in this archaeological site.

DAY 8 - 17 July 2020:Piraeus

"A ship will come...", declared the singer Melina Mercouri to the port of Piraeus. Later, as Greek Minister for Culture, she made Athens the first European Capital of Culture in 1985. The city is considered the birthplace of Europe, of philosophy and of democracy, and is the embodiment of the Olympic ideal. World-famous and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, its landmark is the magnificent Parthenon temple, lying high up on the Acropolis in all its glory. At the foot of the Acropolis hill is the Plaka, the oldest quarter of Athens, and the world's most modern archaeological museum, the new Acropolis Museum, has been here since 2009.

Cabin Price

Cabin Name Price (USD) Discounted Price (USD)
Guaranteed Double $5,155 $4,855
Guaranteed Single $6,955 $6,655
Category 5: Upper/Lower-bed Cabin $5,555 $5,255
Category 4: Twin-bed Cabins $6,095 $5,795
Category 3: Twin-bed Cabins $7,055 $6,755
Category 2: Twin-bed Cabins $7,595 $7,295
Category 1: Double-bed Cabins $7,895 $7,595
Category C: Deluxe Outside Cabins $9,095 $8,795
Category B - Deluxe Original Cabins $10,095 $9,795
Category A: Luxury Owner's Cabin $10,995 $10,695
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