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Cruise in the Mediterranean from Venice aboard Silver Ray ship with visits to Italy and Croatia for 8 days

4.250€

About this cruise

Embark on an 8-day cruise in the Mediterranean, starting from Venice on board the Silver Ray ship. Discover enchanting destinations in Italy and Croatia during your journey.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (4.250€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/09/2024 - 12/09/2024 - - - 8.500€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/09/2024 - 12/09/2024 - - - 8.500€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/09/2024 - 12/09/2024 - - - 8.500€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/09/2024 - 12/09/2024 - - - 8.500€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Venice, Italy. Departure time: 19:00. Venice, with its 160 canals, is the city of gondolas and boats. It is located in a lagoon on a total of 116 islands. All buildings, bridges, and squares were built on wooden stakes. The most famous canal is the Grand Canal, where you can explore the old town in a gondola. However, you can also stroll through the center on foot, visit elegant shops, or take a break in a typical Italian café. Special attractions in the lagoon city include numerous palaces, over 100 churches, museums, and art collections, as well as the Rialto Bridge from the 16th century. Venice is the venue for international festivals of contemporary art, music, and film (Biennale). In 1987, the city and lagoon were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Other attractions include St. Mark`s Square and St. Mark`s Basilica, the Doge`s Palace, and the Bridge of Sighs.

Day 2: Opatija, Croatia. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The port city of Opatija is primarily known as a holiday, bathing, and health resort. Opatija is very popular due to its mild climate and low precipitation. The city is adorned with numerous green spaces and parks, there are many shopping opportunities, and one can also experience the charm of the city in the traditional restaurants and bars. Opatija is considered one of the top destinations on the Croatian coast.

Day 3: Hvar, Croatia. Arrival time: 09:00. Departure time: 23:00. Duration of port stay: 14 hours. The Croatian island of Hvar, located in Dalmatia, is one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic. The capital Hvar, with its cozy old town, invites you to linger. Other cities such as Jelsa, Vrboska, and Starigrad have historic ports and impressive architecture. In the Grapcevo cave, you can find fascinating stalagmites and stalactites.

Day 4: Cologne, Croatia. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 21:00. Duration of port stay: 13 hours. The old town of the Mediterranean port of Split on the eastern Adriatic coast in Dalmatia has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. The heart of Croatia`s second largest city beats within the walls of the 1,500-year-old Diocletian`s Palace. Already upon entering the harbor, Split presents itself to the visitor from its best side: the palm-lined waterfront promenade in front of the imperial palace and the roofs of the old town offer a unique panorama. Places of interest: medieval old town, Diocletian`s Palace, Riva waterfront promenade, Archaeological Museum, Municipal Art Gallery, Golden Gate, Cathedral, Old Town Hall.

Day 5: Dubrovnik, Croatia. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. The Croatian port city of Dubrovnik is considered an important resort town. It was founded by Slavs in the beginning of the 7th century. Nowadays, the city on the Adriatic is known for its good shopping opportunities, numerous shops, and cultural facilities. The main street of the old town is called the "Stradun" (also known as "Placa"). From this street, all the important sights of the city can be reached on foot. The entire old town has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1980. Sights include the 13th-century city walls, the Franciscan monastery with its monastery pharmacy, the Rector`s Palace from the 15th century, the "Sponza Palace," the Ethnographic Museum, the cathedral, and the "St. Blaise Church.".

Day 6: Zadar, Croatia. Arrival time: 09:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. In the south of Croatia, in northern Dalmatia, lies a pearl of Croatian culture and history: the port city of Zadar. The seaside resort on the Adriatic Sea has numerous attractions, such as a forum, a basilica, a temple, and an amphitheater outside the city. Also, visit the Archaeological Museum and explore valuable objects from Roman times.

Day 7: Trieste, Italy. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 19:00. Duration of port stay: 11 hours. Trieste, with its two-thousand-year-old port, is located picturesquely surrounded by the sea and hills on the northern Adriatic. Narrow streets line the old town. At Piazza Unità d`Italia, the city center and traditional meeting point of the people of Trieste, you can find impressive neoclassical buildings; while at Colle di San Giusto, you can find the ancient monuments of the city. At the foot of this hill, you can visit the Baroque church of Santa Maria Maggiore. The most important symbol of the port city is the San Giusto Cathedral, but the waterfront promenades also invite you to stroll. Sights include Duino Castle, the Giant Cave, remains of the city walls and the Roman city center, the marine aquarium, the Victory Lighthouse, and the Old Stock Exchange building.

Day 8: Venice, Italy. Arrival time: 07:00. Venice, with its 160 canals, is the city of gondolas and boats. It is located in a lagoon on a total of 116 islands. All buildings, bridges, and squares were built on wooden stakes. The most famous canal is the Grand Canal, where you can explore the old town in a gondola. However, you can also stroll through the center on foot, visit elegant shops, or take a break in a typical Italian café. Special attractions in the lagoon city include numerous palaces, over 100 churches, museums, and art collections, as well as the Rialto Bridge from the 16th century. Venice is the venue for international festivals of contemporary art, music, and film (Biennale). In 1987, the city and lagoon were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Other attractions include St. Mark`s Square and St. Mark`s Basilica, the Doge`s Palace, and the Bridge of Sighs.