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Cruise Code: SC-2028
Itinerary Code: SC-2028

Dubrovnik -Piraeus - SC-

  • Sea Could - Lisbon To Piraeus - 8 Nights
  • Waterways: Mediterranean
  • Cruise Start Date: 10-Aug-2020 Cruise End Date: 18-Aug-2020 Nights: 8
  • Embark City: Dubrovnik Disembark City: Athens

DAY 1 - 10 August 2020: Dubrovnik

When Venice still ruled the Adriatic, Dubrovnik was an important maritime republic and the floating city's chief rival. Dubrovnik proudly calls itself the "Pearl of the Adriatic" and its fortress is one of the best preserved in Europe. As you walk around the imposing walls of the old town, you can look out across two seas - the deep blue Adriatic and a sea of red roof shingles. The old town, with its beautiful squares, magnificent boulevards and narrow winding alleyways, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

DAY 2 - 11 August 2020: At Sea

DAY 3 - 12 August 2020: Saranda

Close to the small seaport of Sarande, amidst a national park, lies Butrint, one of Albania's greatest attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This city became a spa and festival town in the ancient world as early as 2,500 years ago, and every era in Greek, Roman and Byzantine history has left behind evidence in stone. Discover the spectacular Lion Gate from the 4th century BC. Four fifths of this archaeological site still remain to be uncovered.

DAY 3 - 12 August 2020: Kerkyra/Corfu

Greeks, Romans, Venetians and Ottomans were former rulers of the island, which rivalled the trading powers of Venice and Dubrovnik in its medieval heyday. The rich cultural heritage of the picturesque old town of Kerkyra is protected by UNESCO. Island life unfolds against a seemingly aristocratic backdrop. At the end of the 19th century, when Corfu was a Mediterranean destination where the aristocracy and moneyed classes longed to go, the Empress "Sisi" of Austria also discovered the island. She had an old Venetian villa renovated for herself and this became her Achilleion - named after her favourite hero, the legendary Greek Achilles.

DAY 4 - 13 August 2020: Kerkyra/Corfu

Greeks, Romans, Venetians and Ottomans were former rulers of the island, which rivalled the trading powers of Venice and Dubrovnik in its medieval heyday. The rich cultural heritage of the picturesque old town of Kerkyra is protected by UNESCO. Island life unfolds against a seemingly aristocratic backdrop. At the end of the 19th century, when Corfu was a Mediterranean destination where the aristocracy and moneyed classes longed to go, the Empress "Sisi" of Austria also discovered the island. She had an old Venetian villa renovated for herself and this became her Achilleion - named after her favourite hero, the legendary Greek Achilles.

DAY 5 - 14 August 2020:Vathy/Ithaki

DAY 6 - 15 August 2020:At Sea

DAY 7 - 16 August 2020:Monemvasia/Peloponnese

The little town of Monemvasia nestles closely against a rock that lies just off the coast. This impregnable fortress was an important trading centre in Byzantine times. Today it is a retreat for wealthy Athenians who spend their weekends here. Behind its walls you can discover the beautifully restored lower town, where you simply want to drift along the tranquil narrow lanes. This picturesque little town on a rock transports you back in time to the romantic Middle Ages, when it was exceptionally modern and lively.

DAY 8 - 17 August 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 9 - 18 August 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 Per Person (in USD) Discounted Price (in USD)
Guaranteed Double $5,895 $5,555
Guaranteed Single $7,935 $7,595
Category 5: Upper/Lower-bed Cabin $6,335 $5,995
Category 4: Twin-bed Cabins $6,965 $6,625
Category 3: Twin-bed Cabins $8,065 $7,725
Category 2: Twin-bed Cabins $8,675 $8,335
Category 1: Double-bed Cabins $8,995 $8,655
Category C: Deluxe Outside Cabins $10,395 $10,055
Category B - Deluxe Original Cabins $11,535 $11,195
Category A: Luxury Owner's Cabin $12,575 $12,235
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