• Included Features

    • Arrival transfer from Rome Airport to the hotel and departure transfer from Split harbor to Split Airport (on the first and the last day of the tour program only)
    • Centrally located first class hotels on half board basis
    • Welcome dinner in Rome (glass of wine, beer, or soft drink)
    • 1 Lunch and 3 dinners (coffee or tea included)
    • air-conditioned motorcoach throughout
    • KOMPAS English speaking tour escort throughout for land portion
    • Licensed Local Guides
    • Whisper technology enhanced touring.
    • Hotel taxes
    • 7-night accommodation on board (supreme category boat) in a cabin with private bathroom, A/C and LCD TV
    • Daily buffet breakfast
    • 6 lunches (4 courses) during cruise
    • Welcome Dinner and Captain’s Dinner during cruise
    • Water dispenser during cruise
    • Complementary fresh fruits available daily during cruise
    • Professional English speaking Cruise Manager
    • Daily cabin servicing, fresh bed linen and towels midweek during cruise
    • Luggage handling
    • Free Wi-Fi on board

    Sightseeing tours included:

    • Local guides for sightseeing tours of Rome, Florence, Venice
    • Entrance fees to Colosseum, Vatican Museums, Basilica of St. Francis, the Academy of Fine Arts, Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, glassblowing factory, Diocletian’s Palace
    • City tours of Split, Trogir, Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik
    • Guided tour and entrance to Krka National Park and Mljet National Park
    • Oyster tasting in Ston

    Supplements (optional):

    • Entrance to the Blue Cave to be paid on the spot: up to 13 EUR per person (depending on the season)

    RATES DO NOT INCLUDE:

    • Drinks, extra meals
    • Port tax + Tourist tax $44 net per person (to be paid by invoice)
    • Entrance Fees
    • All other entrance fees not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Day 1, arrive to Rome, Wednesday

    Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure until you gather with your Tour Director and traveling companions for a Welcome Dinner.

     

    Day 2, in Rome, Thursday

    This morning, we visit the Colosseum, a symbol of Rome. After our visit, we continue to see the splendid Arch of Constantine, climb the ancient Palatino Hill, overlook Circus Maximus and the Imperial Palace; and stop on the legendary Via Sacra or “Sacred way”. In the afternoon we have time at leisure for more discoveries and activities on your own or join an optional tour of the Grand Piazzas & food tour.

     

    Day 3, in Rome, Friday

    Today we visit the Vatican Museums, located within the city’s boundaries. We see the works of Raphael & Michelangelo and admire the Sistine chapel’s magnificent frescoes. We continue to St. Peter’s Square where some of the most important Papal ceremonies take place.

    In the afternoon you might want to visit some of the chic shops, galleries, and museums; do some more sightseeing on your own or relax in a sidewalk cafe with a glass of fine Italian wine, some refreshing gelato, or a hearty dish of pasta.

     

    Day 4, Rome to Assisi and Florence, Saturday

    Travel through the stunning panorama of Tuscany with its iconic landscapes as you make your way to Assisi, the hometown of St. Francis. Here you will take a walking tour to see the main square and visit the impressive Basilica of St. Francis.

    Continue to Florence for dinner and an evening at leisure.

     

    Day 5, in Florence, Sunday

    Our morning city tour begins at the majestic Piazza del Duomo to see the Cathedral crowned by Brunelleschi’s awe-inspiring Dome, Giotto’s Bell Tower, and the Baptistery with Ghiberti’s splendid bronze “Gates of Paradise.” Then, we visit the Academy of Fine Arts, where Michelangelo’s David is displayed. The tour ends at the Piazzale Michelangelo with a spectacular view over Florence. The remainder of the day is free to savor the Renaissance splendor of the Tuscan capital on your own or take an optional tour Visit of San Gimignano with wine tasting.

     

    Day 6, from Florence to Ferrara and on to Venice, Monday

    Drive to Pisa where you will view the famous Piazza Dei Miracoli with its Leaning Tower, Baptistery, and Duomo. Continue to Ferrara, a renaissance gem in the Emilia-Romagna region, standing on the banks of the Po River. After an orientation tour of Ferrara, we continue to Venice for a dinner and free evening.

    Day 7, in Venice, Tuesday

    We begin our exploration of Venice at St. Mark’s Square with a walking tour which includes visits to the St. Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace. We take in the amazing views of the Bell Tower and the Bridge of Sighs. We also take a boat ride to Murano Island, famous for its artistic glassware. Visit a glassblowing factory, where you will watch a demonstration of traditional Venetian glassblowing by master craftsmen. The balance of the day is at leisure to enjoy Venice on your own or join an optional Gondola serenade with Aperol spritz Venetian style drink.

     

    Day 8, from Venice to Opatija, Croatia, Wednesday

    Drive to the seaside town of Opatija. A gem on Croatia’s Adriatic coast, nestled along the striking Gulf of Kvarner. Afternoon is at leisure to explore the town on your own. Perhaps take a stroll along the “Lungo Mare” seafront and enjoy beautiful views of the Gulf, sheltered by soaring mountains.

    Enjoy dinner with your fellow travelers.

     

    Day 9, in Opatija, Thursday

    Enjoy a full day at leisure in the seaside town of Opatija, with its rich history, picturesque surroundings and once a gathering spot for the Austro-Hungarian nobility. Alternatively, join the optional tour to the Istrian Peninsula that begins in Pula, a strategic port since the times of the ancient Romans. Afterwards, the tour continues to the resort town of Rovinj. Tonight, return to Opatija and explore the charming town with its wealth of fine seafood restaurants.

     

    Day 10, from Opatija to Split, Friday

    Depart today for a drive along spectacular Adriatic coast to Split. Comfortable stop on the way for a delicious lunch included. Continue traveling past old fishing villages and new resorts, to the city of Split. Upon arrival, a city tour featuring the historic inner city, built around the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. Finally, see the remnants of Split’s Roman heritage, its Renaissance and Gothic structures, Jupiter’s Temple, the Peristyle, and the Cathedral. The reminder of the day is at leisure.

     

    Day 11, Split, embarkation, Saturday

    After breakfast, transfer from your Split hotel to the harbour, where embarkation begins at 1 pm. Get settled in your cabin before attending a Welcome reception followed by dinner. 

    Day 12 Split – Trogir, Sunday

    In the morning join a guided tour of Split, visit the seafront promenade and Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace. The historical centre of the city is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Set sail to the old Dalmatian town Trogir. Trogir is sometimes referred to as “miniature Venice” or a “mini-Dubrovnik” because of its ancient walls, or a floating museum town – as it has a masterful architecture including some stunning Venetian palaces. After disembarking in Trogir, we will take the bus to visit Krka National Park. You will discover the pristine nature and waterfalls of the Krka National Park, an area extremely rich with flora and fauna. Overnight in Trogir.

     

    Day 13 Trogir – Stari Grad, Monday

    Morning guided tour of Trogir with a local tour guide. Enjoy sailing towards Stari Grad, swimming stop and lunch on board. Stari Grad is one of the oldest towns in Europe with many konobas and restaurants in the backstreets of the old town. The Stari Grad Plain and the old town centre of Stari Grad have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2008. Your evening is free to explore Stari Grad on your own.

     

    Day 14 Stari Grad – Hvar – Vis, Tuesday

    Leaving Stari Grad in the morning towards city of Hvar. A sightseeing tour of the town of Hvar shows you the first public theatre in Europe and many more historical sites. Afterwards continue to Vis. The town of Vis is on the northern side of the island and was developed near the remains of ancient Issa, the first urban centre in Croatia, formed by the Greeks in 4th century B.C. Visit the remains of the Roman Baths, Church or Our Lady and the City Museum or take a walk enjoying the view of the beautiful Villae Rusticae situated along the coast. Your evening is free in Vis.

     

    Day 15 VIS – Bisevo – Korcula, Wednesday

    Leaving Vis, we will have an early morning cruise towards Bisevo island to visit the Blue Cave, a magnificent natural phenomenon on the islet Bisevo just in front of the town of Komiza. As sometimes weather conditions can be very unpredictable, the possibility of our visit will depend on those conditions, however you will be notified of this on time. Afterwards cruise towards the Korcula the island’s main settlement and is known as the birthplace of Marco Polo, one of the world’s most famous explorers of all times. Stop for lunch in one of the secluded bays en route. Afternoon arrival in Korcula followed by a guided walking tour of one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean. Korcula has an abundant choice of restaurants to enjoy your gourmet experience and there are numerous bars and clubs for those looking for evening entertainment. Overnight in Korcula.

     

     

    Day 16 Korcula – Mljet – Slano, Thursday

    In the morning head further south to the Island of Mljet. Join the Cruise Manager for a stroll to the famous salt lakes in the Mljet National Park. Alternatively, you can rent bicycles, scooters, or kayaks to explore the National Park or island on your own. Lunch on board and departure for a small village called Slano on the mainland, a peaceful fishermen’s village, and the starting point to Ston, another, once fortified small village famous for its oysters situated on Peljesac peninsula. Peljesac peninsula is known as one of the best wine-producing regions in Croatia. After exploring the town, we GO to a small nearby village Slano to enjoy the authentic local oyster tasting. Tonight, enjoy Captain’s dinner and overnight in Slano.

     

    Day 17 Slano – Elafiti Islands – Dubrovnik, Friday

    Early morning cruise to Elafiti islands with swimming stop on one of the secluded bays to spend the morning. Before lunch sail to Dubrovnik, and before we moor at Gruz port we cruise alongside the old city walls, while lunch is served. After docking, join a guided tour with panoramic ride and transfer (included). After the panoramic view, we will arrive at the historical centre of Dubrovnik, walk through STRADUN – both a street and a square, the most famous place inside the town walls, the famous city enlisted as UNESCO’s World Heritage site, where your guide will show you the most interesting sights of Dubrovnik. After city tour, you will be on your own to explore the city, visit City Walls, the Franciscan Monastery with Europe’s second oldest pharmacy, the Rector’s Palace, and the Cathedral, take a boat ride to Lokrum island or take the cable car to the top of the Mount Srđ. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

     

    Day 18 Dubrovnik departure, Saturday

    After breakfast it is time to disembark. You will be transferred to Dubrovnik airport or your Dubrovnik hotel.

     

  •  PRICE PER PERSON
    DOUBLE OCCUPANCY, PRICES
    IN USD (LOWER DECK CABIN
    ON A SUPREME BOAT)
    May 11, 25$5,594
    Jun 8$5,594
    Aug 31$5,594
    Sep 14$5,947
    SINGLE USE CABIN SUPLEMENT$2,250
    MAIN DECK SUPPLEMENT$250
    PORT TAX + TOURIST TAX$44 net per person
  • Route for “K400” – Adriatic Cruise and Land

     

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