Pack your bags and get ready to discover the rustic beauty and history of some of Europe’s most picturesque and ancient destinations on an incredible journey through the Mediterranean. Explore the open-air floating museum of the canal city Venice, discover the sun-drenched olive groves of the Greek Islands and explore centuries old history on the Dalmatian Coast.
Embark on MSC Sinfonia for an incredible 7 night cruise around the stunning Eastern Mediterranean. Your days at sea offer plenty of time to relax and enjoy the excellent onboard facilities of the ship in between visiting some of the most famous locations in Greece, Croatia, Albania & Italy.
Upon your return, discover the remarkable treasures of Venice. Cruise the 150 canals, wander the city’s famous churches and marvel at one of the finest art collections in Europe. Be sure to enjoy a romantic gondola ride and indulge in some spaghetti and wine at an authentic trattoria.
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Depart Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to Venice - on arrival be transferred from Venice Airport to Venice Piazzale Roma where you will need to make your own way to your hotel.
Spend your morning exploring or relaxing in Venice before boarding MSC Sinfonia early in the afternoon.
With its seafront cafés and ancient alleyways, shouting stallholders and travellers on the move, bustling, exuberant Split is one of Croatia’s and the Mediterranean’s most compelling cities
Mykonos was one of the first Greek islands to become an international travel destination. During the late '60s and early '70s, Mykonos was famed as a haunt for the rich and famous. The island's nightlife is world class and its beauty is unrivaled. Mykonos town features hip boutiques, restaurants, jewellery stores, souvenirs, taverns and cafés. The island's famed windmills are found just south of the waterfront.
You can’t say you have been to Greece on holiday without seeing the natural wonder of Santoríni. Famous for breathtaking sunsets, quaint cobbled pathways and towering walls of colorful rock and lava with the distinctive towns dressed in white and blue perched along the edge of the crater, Santorini is a true dream destination
An early morning arrival at 7am will have you visiting the walled, sea battered city of Dubrovnik. Admire the Cathedral of Assumption of Mary or fans of Games of Thrones will enjoy visiting the various film locations where memorable scenes were shot. A mid afternoon departure of 1.30pm will have you sipping cocktails on the deck before sunset.
Ancona is a town with many possibilities. A large part of the city was destroyed during World War II and by an earthquake in the 1970s and remnants of these historic events are still evident today. Visit the beautiful Romanesque cathedral of San Ciriaco which stands on a promontory overlooking the bay or take a tour to Urbino a well preserved Italian Renaissance city with sights a aplenty
Arrive back in to Venice at 8.30am and make your own way to your hotel ready for some further exploration of this romantic city. Visit St Mark's Basilica or a walking tour through the streets of Venice. Watch the local craftsmen at work making the famous Murano glass and lace. Laze away an evening on a romantic gondola ride which you will agree ticks one of the bucket list.
Sadly your journey comes to an end as you depart Venice homeward bound to Australia.