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Monday, November 28, 2011

Voyages to Antiquity Year End Savings

SPECIAL SPRING SAVINGS!
There's no better time to book your Mediterranean cruise-tour than with DOUBLE STATEROOM SAVINGS! Voyages to Antiquity brings to life the magic of ancient worlds aboard the 350 passenger Aegean Odyssey. In addition to these limited time savings, fares include over $2,000 per person in out-of-pocket expenses making it both an enriching and virtually inclusive experience!
BOOK BY DECEMBER 31 FOR:
DOUBLE STATEROOM SAVINGS!
UP TO $1,000
FREE AIR & TRANSFERS!
SPECIAL SINGLES SAVINGS!
ON SELECT DEPARTURES


ATHENS to ROME
DEPARTS MAR 18, 2012
Mycenae • Monemvasia • Knossos • Crete • Syracuse • Malta• Trapani • Segesta • Palermo • Monreale
15 DAYS FROM $3,795 pp
Includes 2 night pre-cruise
hotel in Athens


ROME to VENICE
DEPARTS MAR 29, 2012
Sorrento • Pompeii • Herculaneum • Palermo • Taormina • Valletta • Dubrovnik • Split
16 DAYS FROM $4,250 pp
Includes 2 night pre-cruise
hotel in Rome


VENICE to ISTANBUL
DEPARTS APR 12, 2012
Pula • Split • Korcula • Dubrovnik •
Kotor Bay • Corfu • Monemvasia • Crete • Santorini • Naxos
16 DAYS FROM $4,595 pp
Includes 2 night post-cruise
hotel in Istanbul


ISTANBUL to ATHENS
DEPARTS APR 22, 2012
Lemnos • Mt Athos • Ephesus • Pergamon • Delos • Mykonos • Santorini • Crete • Mycenae
15 DAYS FROM $4,450 pp
Includes 2 night pre-cruise
hotel in Istanbul AND post-cruise hotel stay in Athens


ATHENS to VENICE
DEPARTS MAY 13, 2012
Nauplia • Mycenae • Monemvasia • Olympia • Corfu • Butrint • Kotor Bay • Dubrovnik • Split
14 DAYS FROM $4,250 pp
Includes 2 night post-cruise
hotel in Athens



FARES INCLUDE:
FREE AIR & TRANSFERS
PRE/POST-CRUISE HOTEL
SHORE EXCURSIONS
WINE WITH DINNER
ONBOARD GRATUITIES
OVER $2,000 VALUE!

1 comment:

  1. If visiting Istanbul and residing near Sultanahmet then you will be hounded by several tour guides offering you a hop-on hop-off tour of the Bhosphorus. I strongly recommend arranging tours through your hotel with www.privatetoursinistanbul.com I opted for the full day tour of the Bosphorus (on a boat) and Dolmabahce Palace Package Bear in mind that Dolmabahce Palace is closed on Monday and Thursday, and you cannot enter the palace without a guide.

    The agency will collect you from your hotel in the morning and you will be taken on a slow private boat cruise through the Golden Horn and along the Bosphorus. This is an amazing experience which enables you to take in the Ottoman architecture (including Topakapi Palace), the old city and the new city from a wonderful angle, and because the cruise begins at the Golden Horn you can view the entire peninsula and see Istanbul properly (utterly breathtaking). Additionally, a guide will explain all the buildings and their significance throughout which adds that little bit more. The cruise is followed by a drive and short walk towards Pierre Loti Hill and a cable car ride down the hill so you can view Istanbuls real skyline and amazing beauty. Subsequently, you are given a three-course meal (covered in the price of the tour) and en-route to lunch you will pass Constantinople's city walls which guidance throughout. Post-lunch you will spend 2.5 hours going through the Palace. The Palace is huge and not all rooms are open to view, but the tour takes your through the main quarters and each aspect is explained. You cannot take pictures inside the palace but the gardens are beautiful and you will have ample oppurtunity to snap away outside the garden. Finally, the tour drives you over the famous Bosphorus Bridge taking you from Europe into Asia and leading you towards Camlica Hill (highest peak in Istanbul). The view here is beyond description and you will be in utter amazement.

    The best thing about the experience was having a tour guide who was passionate about his history and culture.

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