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Azamara Cruises from Rome
Azamara Cruises from Venice
- Staying longer in ports of call
- Staying overnight in ports of call
- Small ports bigger ships can’t enter
- Italy intensive cruises
7 Adriatic Itinerary – Embark Rome, Venice and Athens
Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia – Dalmatia area of former Yugoslavia
Ports of call
Dubrovnik – ship tenders right off old town. Sightseeing highlights:
- Old town – enjoy pubs, nightlife, restaurants while people watching.
- City walls – the historic walls around the city. See the fortress, maritime museum, and finally the center of old town.
- Ston – known for its historic city walls and fishing. Pair it with local wine
- Konavle Valley – beautiful vineyards and the picturesque town of Cavtat is secret seaside highlight loved by rich and famous in the know.
Sibnek – today part of Croatia it has mixed history. Sightseeing highlights:
- St James Cathedral – gothic and renaissance architecture is highlight. Known for its cameo in Game of Thrones television program.
- Trogir – UNESCO site best preserved gothic stone architecture. Medieval palaces, fortresses, clock tower and town hall.
- Krka National Park – Nature lovers love its splendid waterfalls.
Hvar – charming island known as sunniest place in Europe.
- Olive groves and lavender fields and top winemaking region of Croatia –
- St Stephens Square and Cathedral is considering most beautiful in Dalmatia.
- Renaissance and Baroque villages on the island are highlight
Kotor – Don’t sleep in instead enjoy the entrance to Boka Bay with mountains towering on either side
- Climb 1350 steps to top of town wall…
- Old town is full of cobblestone streets with restaurants, shops, bars.
- Perast and Our Lady of the Rock is manmade island.
- St Nicholas Church and Palaces
Koper – Located in Slovenia just a little sliver of coast is spectacular, enjoy Amalfi Coast vibe
- Usually stay in port through 10PM.
- Ljubljana is little town pedestrian only full of colorful ambiance
- For those who like caves visit the Postojna and Skocjan
- Local truffle hunting enjoyed with wine for culinary enthusiasts.
- Tito Square (Titov Trg) beautiful pedestrian town in heart of old town good place to start exploration.
- Trieste in Italy is only 10 miles away.
- Lake Bled and Island unforgettable expedition to Slovenia’s real island. Be transported back in time. Learn about prehistoric settlements. Climb and stroll around the lake and taste local specialties.
- Full day Venice, Rome, Florence
- Overnight in Amalfi Coast
- Two days in Sicily
- Monopoli – seaside village in Puglia. Cafes, stores, less touristic more authentic. Walk board walk to local fishing villages.
- Close by port of Monopoli is Alberobello to see the Trulli enter fantasy world.
Genoa – renowned for music, history, art. Known as “La Superba” meaning the proud one there are various highlihghts. Boccadasse will remind you of little Cinque Terre.
Amalfi – at the water’s edge wedged into ravine
- Visit the Amalfi Cathedral and cloister of paradise.
- Amalfi’s beach around Marina Grande is popular but arrive early if you want to find space.
- Enjoy the seafood and local specialty limoncello.
- Travel by boat along the coastline to Positano.
- Take a tour of Pompeii.
- Shopping and dining in Amalfi and Positano is highlight.
- Beaches are popular.
- Travel up the mountain to medieval Ravello and walk its cobblestoned streets and enjoy big views and enjoy a drink. The Ruffelo Garden and Belmont hotel are popular haunts.
Sorrento – Small seaside town touristic city set atop the cliff above port.
- Museo Correale di Terranova to see 17th and 18th century Neapolitan painters
- Visit Pompeii or Isle of Capri
- Take the funicular from port up to the main square
- Ride chair lift to Anacapri or Mount Solaro
- Visit Augustus Gardens
Taormina – hilltop town is one of most beautiful places in Sicily.
- Greek Theater
- Taormina Cathedral
- Mount Etna
- Beaches located below town in Giardini Naxos: Bonday Beach, Europa, l’Aurora Celeste
Portofino – quintessential village on the Italian Riviera with waterside restaurants, miles of hiking trails and great people watching.
- Popular excursion to Cinque Terre.
- Santa Margherita has nice beaches.
- Stay in town and relax and hike.
- Visit hotel Splendido and enjoy a spritz
Livorno – Located in Tuscany best itinerary overnights so visitors can see Florence and more.
- Visit Tuscany’s highlights from Livorno including Florence, Lucca, Pisa, San Gimignano, Siena…
- Evening boat ride right through Livorn’s canals
Rome Civitavecchia – cruise port located about an hour outside Rome.
- Visit Rome to sightsee the great highlights
Venice – Located at the top of the Adriatic Sea embark and disembark Italy and Dalmatian Coast cruises.
- Plan to stay more than a day to enjoy the magical town.