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Cruise Code: SC-2035
Itinerary Code: SC-2035

Naples-Naples - SC-

  • Sea Could - Naples To Naples - 4 Nights
  • Waterways: Mediterranean
  • Cruise Start Date: 08-Oct-2020 Cruise End Date: 12-Oct-2020 Nights: 4
  • Embark City: Naples Disembark City: Naples

DAY 1 - 8 October 2020:Naples

Naples rises from the sea around a huge bay and extends up into the hills like an amphitheatre. From the Castello Sant' Elmo on the Vomero you can enjoy a fantastic view over the sea of houses, the port and the Gulf. The pretty centre of this chaotic Campanian city is the old town, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its huge fortresses, dignified churches and monasteries, splendid squares and palaces, and maze of winding streets.

DAY 2 - 9 October 2020: Sorrento

The picturesque little town of Sorrento is delightfully situated high above white cliffs and offers a fantastic view over the Gulf of Naples. Visitors have been succumbing to Sorrento's magic for 2,000 years, which is at its best when there's a picturesque sunset. Everyone has heard about the tragic end that came to the prosperous Roman trading centre of Pompeii, situated at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. In 79 AD it was buried under ash and lava and remained hidden for centuries. Nowadays it is the greatest excavation site in Italy and gives you a glimpse into daily life in Roman times.

DAY 3 - 10 October 2020: Capri

Even at the time of the Roman Empire, Capri was a particularly precious natural gem and became the summer residence of the Emperor Tiberius. Artists and hedonists, aristocrats and the moneyed classes discovered the island for themselves in the 19th century. This stunningly beautiful rocky island in the Gulf of Naples is famous for its numerous grottos, the most well known being the Blue Grotto. You can expect a combination of pleasure and spectacle when you experience the colourful lifestyle and goings-on in the Piazetta right in the centre of Capri.

DAY 4 - 11 October 2020: Agropoli

Positioned in a strategic location high above the rocky coastline, Agropoli was founded by the Greeks in the 7th century A.D. Indeed the Greek word 'Acropolis' means 'high city'. The beautiful old town boasts a castle, the remains of the town wall and a town gate, all of which are testament to its turbulent history. Exquisitely preserved Doric temple complexes from the 6th and 5th centuries B.C. can be found at the ancient site of Paestum, known to the Greeks as Poseidonia and listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Buffaloes graze in the plain of the River Sele between Salerno and Paestum. Their milk is used to make the best Mozzarella in Italy.

DAY 5 - 12 October 2020:Naples

Naples rises from the sea around a huge bay and extends up into the hills like an amphitheatre. From the Castello Sant' Elmo on the Vomero you can enjoy a fantastic view over the sea of houses, the port and the Gulf. The pretty centre of this chaotic Campanian city is the old town, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its huge fortresses, dignified churches and monasteries, splendid squares and palaces, and maze of winding streets.

Cabin Price

Cabin Name Price Per Person (in USD) Discounted Price (in USD)
Guaranteed Double $2,945 $2,775
Guaranteed Single $3,965 $3,795
Category 5: Upper/Lower-bed Cabin $3,165 $2,995
Category 4: Twin-bed Cabins $3,465 $3,295
Category 3: Twin-bed Cabins $3,995 $3,825
Category 2: Twin-bed Cabins $4,345 $4,175
Category 1: Double-bed Cabins $4,495 $4,325
Category C: Deluxe Outside Cabins $5,195 $5,025
Category B - Deluxe Original Cabins $5,765 $5,595
Category A: Luxury Owner's Cabin $6,265 $6,095
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