Adriatic, Greece and Turkey 8 day cruise
Venice, Dubrovnik, Piraeus, Izmir, Split, Venice

  • Norwegian Jade
    Norwegian Jade
  • Norwegian Jade Bar
    Norwegian Jade Bar
  • Norwegian Jade Room with Balcony
    Norwegian Jade Room with Balcony
  • Venice
  • Venice
  • Dubrovnik Minceta Tower and City Walls
    Dubrovnik Minceta Tower and City Walls
  • Dubrovnik Old Port
    Dubrovnik Old Port
  • Athens Acropolis
    Athens Acropolis
  • Izmir


This cruise will visit some of the most popular cities bordering the Adriatic Sea and the Aegean to offer the cruise passengers spectacular images nature, history and culture, entertainment and picturesque.
MAY 09, 23
JUNE 06, 20
AUGUST 01, 15, 29

Included in the cruise fare are: On-board accommodation in the stateroom category of your choice and cruise as shown, full board on the ship (a cover charge applies for our speciality restaurants), coffee, tea, water and iced tea during the meals and certain juices during breakfast, room service (delivery charge applies midnight to 05:00 hrs), participation in on-board activities and on-board facilities (surcharge may apply), entertainment programme on board, Government Taxes, Port Expenses & Fees. Not included in the cruise fare are: Drinks served in the restaurants, bars, lounges and in the stateroom, service charge (US $ 12 p.p. & day), tips, shore excursions, use of wellness area on most ships and health and beauty treatments, selected on-board activities as well as personal expenses. The speciality restaurants have à la carte pricing or a cover charge of between US $ 15 and US $ 39,99 p.p.


1 Venice (Italy) - 18:00
2 Dubrovnik (Croatia) 14:00 21:00
3 At sea - -
4 Piraeus (Greece) 07:00 17:00
5 Izmir (Turkey) 08:00 17:00
6 At sea - -
7 Split (Croatia) 11:00 18:00
8 Venice (Italy) 08:00 -

*Dubrovnik - Split: Disembarking with tender boats weather permitting.

Day 1: Venice, Italy
With 118 islands separated by more than 150 waterways, this is the original Venice, the canal-laced city that all the others are compared to. See the heralded Bridge of Sighs and St. Mark´s Square. Enjoy a romantic ride in a gondola, or visit the nearby island of Murano, where artisans create its world famous glass.
Day 2:Dubrovnik, Croatia
Inspite of turbulence in its recent past, this walled medieval city on the Dalmatian Coast has been miraculously preserved for the world to admire. Its ancient town and harbor, palaces, cathedrals and monasteries stand as they have for centuries. Step back in time along its narrow, cobbled lanes to peer back through a thousand years of history, with no neon signs of noisy traffic to mar the view.
Day 3: Relaxing Day at Sea                 
Day 4: Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Tread in the footsteps of the Ancient Greeks in the fascinating city of Athens. See the dazzling architecture of the Acropolis and unearth Greek myths in the fascinating museums, all in the midst of this bustling capital.
Day 5: Kusadasi, Turkey
Explore the most exciting ancient site Ephesus with it’s theatre, the library of Celsius, a gymnasium, and Hadrian’s Temple. Visit the Virgin Mary's stone cottage.      
Day 6: Relaxing Day at Sea                 
Day 7: Split, Croatia
When enjoying a cup of coffee in the shade of the mausoleum, you are probably sitting in the living room of the Roman Emperor Diocletian who ruled the Roman Empire from 284 to 305, as Split’s city centre occupies the site of his former palace. Pre-Romanesque churches live alongside Gothic chapels where the halls once stood and around the open peristyle, cafés and shops are packed in. On from Roman times and into the Middle Ages. In the port of Trogir, a labyrinth of cobblestone streets and medieval religious art awaits you to top it all off.
Day 8: Venice, Italy

Optional Tours

Ephesus Private Tour
The ancient city of Ephesus is a must-visit destination while you're in port in Kusadasi. On this private shore excursion, you will visit the ruins of the former Roman capital and learn about the history of its monuments and buildings from your private guide. You will also see the site of the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the place where the Virgin Mary spent her final days.

• Private shore excursion from Kusadasi to Ephesus
• Visit the House of Virgin Mary, where Mary last lived
• Explore the ancient city of Ephesus
• See the site of the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
• Find exciting historical data and Roman stories from your private local guide

When you disembark your cruise ship at the Kusadasi port, meet your private guide and make your way to the ancient city of Ephesus. On arrival, you will find yourself in front of the Magnesia Gate, built to the side of the road that connected Ephesus with Magnesia. Enter Ephesus through this gate, which pedestrians and horses and chariots used to make their way into the city.
Inside the city, tour the sites with your guide. You’ll see the Celsus Library, one of the most beautiful structures in Ephesus. It had capacity to hold more than 12,000 scrolls. The library is also a monumental tomb for Gaius Julius Celsus Polemaeanus, the governor of the province of Asia, whose grave is located beneath the ground floor.
Your guide will lead you to the Odeon, the Fountain of Trajan and the Great Theater and tell you historical facts and entertaining stories about these ancient sites. See the Temple of Hadrian, which holds three panels depicting the mythological foundation of Ephesus.
You’ll also see one of the most popular sites in Ephesus, the ruins of the Temple of Artemis. First built during the Archaic period, the temple is one of the Seven Wonders of Ancient World.
Lastly, visit the House of the Virgin Mary. Recognized by the Vatican as the place where the Virgin Mary spent her last days, this small house is a typical Roman construction, completely made of stone. The original two-story house consisted of several rooms, but today only the central part of the house and a room on the right of the altar are open to visitors, giving it the look of a church rather than a house.

• Transport by private vehicle
• Professional guide
• Entrance fees
• All taxes, fees and handling charges

• Gratuities (optional)
• Food and drinks, unless specified

Athens Private Tour
Private half day Athens city tour (4 hour), including the new Acropolis Museum and Ancient Agora.

  • Plaka
  • Ancient Agora
  • Temple of Zeus
  • Hadrian’s Arch
  • the Parliament
  • Unknown Soldier
  • changing of the guards
  • Panathenian Stadium
  • the new Acropolis museum
  • Lycabettus Hill
Highlights of the afternoon tour in Athens:
  • 4 hours afternoon sightseeing private tour of Athens
  • Combines Athens modern and classical sites guided by our experts
  • Explore the wonders of the new Acropolis  Museum, the extension to the  trade mark of Athens, the Acropolis
  • Highlights of modern Athens, including neighborhoods, Plaka, Constitution Square, Panathenian Stadium, Kolonaki-the high end of Athens, Lecabettus-the highest hill of Athens
  • The ancient agora, where most of the philosophers, artists, scientists, and Apostle Paul used to spent their hall-day
  • English-speaking driver, willing to answer your questions about Athens, its history and monuments
  • Pickup and drop off from your hotel in Athens or cruise terminal at the Port of Piraeus
Start your private tour in Athens with the best museum in the world (voted by UK journalists): the impressive new museum of Acropolis.
Enjoy & admire the wonders of the classical era, the statues and the incredible art samples which at last found their home. Continuing your private Athens sightseeing afternoon tour we approach Plaka (the neighborhood of the Gods) the old city of Athens.
Walking on its paved narrow streets you get the feeling that you are traveling back in time. We will go by Lysikrates monument, the church of St. Nikolaos Rangavas (11th Century), the Roman market before reaching and visit the Greek Agora along with the amazing temple of Hephaistos (5th Cent. B.C.).
The ancient agora, which extends over the North – West slopes of the Acropolis, was the heart of Ancient Athens from the late 6th century B.C. onwards. It was a place for political gatherings and debate, for elections, religious occasions and trading activities, theatrical performances and athletic competitions.

Due to certain restrictions in the visiting hours of the new Acropolis museum the order of the program can be changed. Alternative you can visit the Acropolis or any other museum that would be open.
If at any case the Ancient Agora is closed the Panathenaic Stadium, where the first Olympic Games of modern times were held in 1896, will be visited instead.
Finally enjoy the spectacular view having refreshments on Lecabetus with its Orthodox St. George church, the highest hill in town and remember Athens & our Athens tours for the rest of your life.

Highly recommended for cruise passengers, visiting Athens for hours to enjoy this spectacular private cruise shore excursion

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