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Explore the rich history and stunning natural beauty of the Mediterranean on this spectacular cruise. Board your luxurious ship in Nice, a highlight of the French Riviera, and set off across this legendary sea. Explore picturesque villages clinging to the rocky cliffs of Corsica and the Amalfi Coast. Immerse yourself in the world of antiquity with guided tours through stunning archaeological sites: from beautifully preserved amphitheaters to ruined temples to holy monasteries, take the opportunity to walk the same paths as people of another era. Swim in the glittering blue waters of the Aegean at small beaches in Greece, sail through the historic Corinth Canal, and take the opportunity to explore Istanbul. This unforgettable journey connects the colorful, mythical past with the delights of the present. 
Explore colorful NiceExplore Italy's colorful Amalfi coastThe clifftop town of Bonifacio, CorsicaRelax in beautiful SicilyExplore beautiful Nafplion, GreeceExplore the charming winding streets of the Greek islandsExplore ancient Greek ruins on the island of Delos
Highlights
  • Explore picturesque villages clinging to the cliffs of the Amalfi Coast
  • Visit incredible religious sites at Delos, Patmos, and more
  • Savor the bounty of the Mediterranean with wine and olive oil tastings
  • Tour preserved sites from the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine eras
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Day 1: Nice | Embark

Capital of the Cote d’Azur, Nice is surrounded by an amphitheater of hills and mountains that protects it from the wind. Explore the Promenade des Anglais, where you can sit on one of the famous blue chairs laid out opposite the Baie des Anges. Or walk through the old city, with its bustling markets and regional products along the main street, the Cours Saleya. This afternoon, board your ship and set off on your cruise. 

Day 2: Calvi, Corsica

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Nestled on a rocky spur in the northwest of Corsica, the port of Calvi shines between two sapphire-colored bays. Capital of the Balagne region, the Genoese city benefits from an exceptional natural setting between the abrupt relief of the central chain, fertile hills, and long sandy beaches. From the promontory of the Notre-Dame-de-la-Serra chapel, built in the 19th century on the ruins of a 15th-century sanctuary, you will not miss the sublime panorama of the seaside, the mountains, and the Calvi citadel. A little further west, you will have the opportunity to discover the peninsula of Revelatta, a wilder and more preserved part of Corsica.

Today, you can join an optional tour to admire Corsica’s scenery, passing by the winding road from one picturesque village to another. From the pier, board your coach and start your discovery of the hinterland of the Balagne region. Travel along a scenic road to Lunghignano, with a stop for a visit of a donkey-driven olive oil mill complete with an olive oil tasting. Continue on to enjoy the views from Col de Salvi and Cateri, with its flowered balconies, and overall from Sant Antoninu perched on the top of the hill. Drive down through Lavatoggio and Lumio before returning to Calvi.
 

Day 3: Porto Santo Stefano

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
In Southern Tuscany, Porto Santo Stefano, a charming seaside resort located on the Monte Argentario peninsula, is renowned for its enchanting setting. Nestled on the side of a hill, the small town offers beautiful sandy beaches with crystal-clear water and a picturesque town center. Stroll around its steep alleyways lined with colorful houses and discover La Rocca, a Spanish fortress built in the 17th century to protect the town against pirate attacks. There, you can enjoy a stunning view over the port and the Gulf of Talamone.

Day 4: Amalfi

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
The little town of Campania gives its name to the region containing the magnificent Amalfi coast. Located at the foot of Mount Cerreto, against the rocky face of a gorge that opens onto the sea, take in Amalfi’s splendid natural scenery. Explore the town, where the mix of cultural influences from the Mediterranean Rim is evident at every turn of the winding medieval streets.

Today, you have the opportunity to join an optional excursion. From the pier, board a small craft to reach the Grotta Dello Smeraldo (the Emerald grotto), not far from the Amalfi center. Enjoy an intimate experience of the Amalfi coast's natural beauty, and take in the stunning rich green shade of the water in the grotto. The cave was discovered in 1932, and is known for the underwater entrance 12 meters (30 feet) deep that allows sunlight to enter the cave, creating the signature glowing green water. At the end of the visit, return to Amalfi to visit the impressive Cathedral, spend some time browsing the shops, and taste local specialties like the Limoncello Liquor. (Please note that this excursion is dependent on weather and sea conditions and may not always be available)

Or choose a trip to Ravello. From Amalfi harbor, reach Ravello by coach after a scenic 40-minute drive following the main road which stretches along the side of rocky cliffs, overlooking the sea. Every twist and turn of the road offers new and breathtaking views on the world-famous Sorrentine peninsula, characterized by sculptural rocks rising out of the sea and crowds of small colorful boats in sheltered sandy coves. Ravello itself is a small city of ancient origins that faces a range of hills overlooking the clear blue sea of the Gulf of Salerno. The beauty of this area has inspired poets, painters, and musicians throughout its millennia-old history.
On arrival, visit Villa Rufolo and admire the numerous arches and antique towers of the Cathedral. After a short free time to browse and shop around, return to Amalfi.

Day 5: Taormina, Sicily

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Located on Sicily’s eastern coast, in the province of Messina, the seaside town of Taormina is Sicily’s Saint-Tropez, boasting heritage sites, secluded beaches, and luxury shopping. Visit its medieval center, suspended 300 meters above sea level, where terraces offer a spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea. Another vestige from its past is the ruins of the Greco-Roman theatre. This extremely well-preserved site attracts visitors who are fascinated by the history and natural beauty of the region. 

Today you have the option to join an excursion for an in-depth exploration of Taormina. From the pier, transfer by coach to the ancient Greek town of Taormina, a 30-minute drive. Called Tauromenium in ancient times, Taormina clings to the side of Mount Tauro and offers superb views of the Mediterranean Sea, Isola Bella, and a snow-capped Etna in the distance. A maze of narrow streets, stairs, and tiny squares, Taormina has attracted many civilizations over the centuries. It is home to theaters and a gymnasium from the Greek period, an Odeon, and baths from Roman times, buildings blending Arab and Norman cultures, traces of Byzantine, and villas belonging to European aristocracy in the 18th and 19th centuries. Begin your excursion with a visit on foot to the historic center. Cross the famous Corso Umberto to discover numerous monuments from several eras, including Porta Catania, the Cathedral, Piazza IX Aprile, and Palazzo Corvaja. Later, arrive at Teatro Antico, a theater built by the Greeks in the 3rd century BCE, and almost completely rebuilt by the Romans as a gladiatorial arena. Due to its size and acoustic quality, the theater is still used to host festivals and concerts. Seated on the stone terraces, the audience can enjoy the concert while admiring a breath-taking panoramic view of the sea, Mount Tauro, and Etna.

Day 6: At Sea

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness center. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call will also be an opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the onboard photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they will be able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observe marine species. Enjoy a truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest, and entertainment.

Day 7: Crossing the Corinth Canal | Hydra

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
The Corinth Canal cuts through the Isthmus of Corinth, turning the Peloponnese into an island as it separates the region from the Greek mainland. Inaugurated in 1893, the canal is a little over six kilometers long and enables merchant vessels and passengers to avoid a long 400-km detour around the peninsula. The two sides of the canal reach a height of approximately fifty meters. From the exterior decks, don’t miss this unique opportunity to watch the ship as it navigates along the narrow strip of water encased between tall, ochre cliffs. What an experience!

Today, visit Hydra, an unusual gem belonging to the Saronic islands located to the east of the Peloponnese. There are no cars here. Named after the island, the harbor town is layered up the slopes of a mountainous bay. You may be surprised to see beautiful stone mansions. These are traditional here, as are the multi-colored caïques along the quays. Further along the shore, you will discover the Historical Archives Museum. Collections from Athens National History Museum are exhibited in the elegant villa Koundouriotis.

Today you have the opportunity to join an optional excursion in Hydra. The charm of the town certainly lies in its rich history, port, and waterfront unspoiled by motorized vehicles. This island offers a rugged charm and many scenes to discover. From the pier, follow your guide on a walking exploration through the island's historical landmarks. The first stop is the Hydra Museum's Historical Archives, where you can admire 19th-century paintings as well as rich documentary and photographic material, detailing the long maritime tradition and history of the island. Continuing your walk around the port, visit the Church of the Dormitian, which houses icons, chandeliers, and other offerings from the wealthy seafarers of the island. It is even said one of the chandeliers was stolen from Louis XIV and given to the church.
Enjoy a coffee or a refreshment together with Hydra's local sweet " amygdaloto" at a local coffee shop. Next, take the road uphill to reach Koundouriotis Mansion, one of the finest examples of the traditional 18th and 19th-century architecture of Hydra. Built-in 1780 by the shipowner Lazaros Koundouriotis, it now houses various items from the National Historical Museum of Athens, such as traditional costumes, jewelry, fine embroideries, pottery, and wood-carvings. Enjoy a leisurely walk through Hydra's little alleys and stone houses before your return to the port.

Day 8: Nafplion

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
The engaging town of Nafplion is staggered up green hillsides of the Argolic Gulf, to the east of the Peloponnese. It's home to an extremely varied cultural heritage. Some of the must-visit sites include the ancient agora on the plateau of Akronafplia, Italianate arcades in Syntagma square, and the baroque fortress of Palamidi on a hillside of the same name. At the top of the hill, views of the gulf and the surrounding mountains are simply awesome. If you want to chill out by the water’s edge, walk along the Arvanitia promenade to a beautiful creek in the shade of cedars and cypresses.

In Napflion, you have the opportunity to join an optional excursion. From the pier, board your coach for a 45-minute drive to Epidaurus, a town known for its ancient theater. Considered one of the most important sanctuaries in the ancient world, Epidaurus was dedicated to the god of Medicine, Asklepios. The world-famous Theater of Epidaurus, built in the 4th century BC, is a marvel of harmony and acoustics and the best-preserved ancient theater in Greece. Built of limestone, it can welcome 12,000 spectators. Next, re-board your coach for a drive to the archaeological site of Mycenae, where the first in-depth excavations were carried out in 1876 by the German archaeologist Schliemann, who was obsessed with finding the grave of King Agamemnon. His diligent work exposed the famous Lions Gate, the entrance to the city which contains the shaft burial graves of some ancient nobles. A short distance away is the Beehive Tomb, so-called due to its unusual shape.
Finally, board your coach for the 30-minute drive to Nafplion.
 

Day 9: Delos | Mykonos

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
The legendary Cyclades island of Delos stands just a few miles southwest of Mykonos. More than half the island is occupied by a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which encompasses the Terrace of the Lions, the Stoa of Antigonos, multiple holy sites, a preserved theater, and so much more, all set against expansive views of the glittering blue Aegean sea. 

On the island of Delos, you'll have the opportunity to join an optional excursion. Your tour will start directly from the pier: follow your guide and discover one of the best-preserved archaeological sites in Greece. Both the oldest and the largest open-air site in Europe, this site has many houses, temples, and sacred shrines. Emerging from a burned grass carpet, the ruins are spread out below Mount Kynthos. At the top of this small hill, find the Sanctuary of Zeus and Athena Cynthiens, dating from the 3rd century BCE. Overlooking the area, as on the hillside, you can see a range of cultural institutions dedicated to divinities. Frozen by 2,000 years of abandonment, the city ruins draw an impressive maze of white stone. Reach the sanctuary of Apollo, where you can admire the temples dedicated to the god, with altars, votive offerings, and other buildings. Next, visit the Terrace of the Lions, with its famous marble lions that dominated and protected the town. Continue to the Theater District, the most luxurious district of the ancient city, there the mansions are known as the home “of Dionysus”, “of Cleopatra” and “of Dioscuri.” See the different mosaics that adorned the floors of Hellenistic houses, and the streets, the houses, the workshops, and the shops that made Delos a bustling city.

This afternoon, visit Mykonos. Nicknamed “little Venice,” the island is famous for its Alefkandra district where houses are built right on the water’s edge. Their multi-colored loggias are emblematic of this Cyclades island, as are the pelicans and windmills. In the cobbled streets of the pedestrian center, bougainvillea bedecks immaculate facades. As you weave in and out of the little streets, snatches of coastline will undoubtedly call you to the island’s beaches, the quietest of which can be found on the northern coast.

Here, you have the opportunity to join an optional excursion. From the pier, follow your guide and begin your walking tour through the narrow streets of Mykonos town.
Your first stop will be in front of Paraportiani Church, which dates back to the 15th century. This unique church is in fact an asymmetrical conglomeration of 4 churches and mixes 4 different architectural styles: Byzantine, vernacular, traditional and western style. It is the most important element of the “Kastro” or the castle area, the oldest part of the town. Continue towards Little Venice to discover the old houses situated on the edge of the sea.
After, return to your ship.

 

Day 10: Symi

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
A simply ravishing gem in the Dodecanese, Symi is located northwest of Rhodes. This island of cypress forests, vineyards and olive orchards, possesses a capital city of the same name that is as colorful as the surrounding countryside. The charm of the port district of Gialos is not to be missed: its quaysides are lined with picturesque houses with multi-colored facades. You can get to the upper town by car or climb the 500 steps up the Kali Strata ramp. The second option offers superb viewing points of the coast and gorgeous turquoise waters.

Day 11: Patmos

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Patmos is one of the legendary must-see islands in the Dodecanese. This is where Saint John, presumed author of the last book in the Christian Bible, resided. The cave of the Apocalypse and the Saint John Monastery is dedicated to him. These sites, which are listed by UNESCO as World Heritage, are located at the top of a hillside planted with vines and orchards. On the shore, the crystalline coves of Kambos and Lampi offer absolutely gorgeous swimming areas.

Today, choose an optional excursion.

From the pier, board your coach for a drive to the Saint John Monastery. Overlooking Skala port and the island’s southern region, this medieval monastery looks more like a fortress than a house of prayer: it was built to repel attacks by pirates. In the year 95 CE, Saint John the Evangelist was banished from Ephesus and exiled to Patmos. In 1088, the Byzantine Emperor Alexios Komnenos authorized Saint Christodoulos, an abbot from Asia Minor, to erect a monastery in memory of Saint John. The whole island was yielded to the monastery. The adjoining Theotokos Chapel has frescoes dating back to the 12th century. Other Byzantine treasures are found in the monastery. Today this holy place is a veritable museum of Byzantine art thanks to the countless frescoes, icons, holy objects, and manuscripts contained within its walls.

After visiting the monastery, you will have the opportunity to visit the Monastery’s icon restoration studio, where you see meticulous skilled work in progress and learn about restoration techniques. Later, a short drive will take you to the Apocalypse Cave where the final chapter of the New Testament was revealed to John the Apostle. The Book of Revelation prophecy came to him through a symbolic vision and was written in Greek. This cave was the house of the evangelist and now is surrounded by a monastery and school of theology. Finally, you will re-board your coach for the drive back to the pier.

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Join a tour covering the south side of the island that only gives you the opportunity of discovering hidden places but also an opportunity to photograph the most amazing land and seascapes. From the pier, board your minibus to the old village of Chora, the island’s capital and a photographer’s paradise! Your first experience is a panoramic view right over the island and the 11th-century monastery. You will be guided through Chora’s labyrinth of winding cobbled streets and a maze of arched alleyways. The settlement of white-washed houses dating from the 16th century reflects the light, casting shadows and creating geometric patterns. The alleys, arches, and doorways display a harmonious balance, revealing subtle architectural details which, through your lens, can become exciting atmospheric images trapped in time.
Continue with a short drive to the top of Profit Illias Mountain, the highest point of the island - 880 feet (269 m) above sea level. Next, venture to Diakofti, stopping to photograph the view of the mystical rock of Petra.  Later, visit a boatyard for the opportunity to photograph the local islanders at work and the streamlined shapes of vessels in dry dock. After a local refreshment, with your camera full of great images, return to Skala port.
 

Day 12: Paros

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Famous for its white marble, the island of Paros is located in the Cyclades. Along the quays of Parikia, its main town, you’ll see Byzantine churches and neoclassical buildings. To make the most of the turquoise waters, you can stop over in Naoussa, a little fishing port bounded by a beautiful cove.

Today you have the opportunity to join an optional excursion.

Your tour starts off with a panoramic drive to the traditional village of Lefkes, a beautiful hilltop village built in an amphitheater shape, offering wonderful vistas all around. The town hall is especially nice, being built with the famous marble of Paros. After a short visit, continue towards the traditional Moraitis Winery, see the vineyards, visit the production areas and the old winery basement, where the famous red wines of Moraitis are still aged. Your visit to the property will end with a wine tasting accompanied by local snacks. Continue to the nearby village of Naoussa, considered to be one of the prettiest in the Cyclades. Despite the development of tourism, the village has managed to keep its authenticity, its character, and its charm, with its whitewashed and flowered little houses and its tiny churches and chapels, surrounded by labyrinthine stone-paved streets. Your last stop will be in Parikia town, where you can visit the famous Church of a Hundred Doors. This church is the holy place of Paros and is linked to the history and myths of Byzantium.

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From the pier, board your motorboat and start your cruise around Antiparos, a small island that hosts only one village built around the 15th-century Venetian fort. With its many sandy beaches, this island became famous the last couple of years, as many Hollywood actors and singers have their own properties. During your boat trip, you will see many beaches where you will have the opportunity to swim and snorkel in the crystal-clear waters of the Aegean Sea. Later, stop at an anchorage in a cove, where you can go explore a cave while snorkeling. After a final swim in crystal clear waters, enjoy some refreshments before returning to the port of Alyki, where your coach will be waiting for you to get back to your ship.

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From the pier, board your coach for a 10-minute drive to the famous Byzantine Church of Ekatontapyliani. Also named the “Lady of the hundred doors”, this church is one of the greatest early Christian monuments in Greece. The name was a creation of the 17th-century scholars who wanted to compare the splendor of the church to that of the Temple of Hundred Doors (Ekatonpylon) in ancient Thebes of Egypt. Following your visit, board your coach for a panoramic drive to the traditional village of Lefkes, the first capital of Paros. The village is located under a pine forest on a hill. Follow your guide on a walking tour through its narrow streets with white walls. From here, visit the picturesque village of Naoussa, which is protected by a  Venetian castle, built in the 15th-century by the dynasty of Sommaripas. Today, although half sunk, the castle offers a very impressive sight worth seeing. Before rejoining your ship, you will have some free time to stroll around the narrow streets, little squares, and traditional whitewashed houses.
 

Day 13: Limnos Island | Sailing in the Dardanelles

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
A volcanic island located near the Dardanelles Strait, Limnos was venerated during Antiquity. Legend has it that Hephaestus, the god of fire, had his forge here. Now one of Greece’s major seaside resorts, Lemnos offers its visitors many superb sandy beaches. It is also home to several archaeological sites, such as the towers of Kastro, an ancient acropolis fortified by the Venetians, or the neolithic site of Poliochni and the city of Hephaestia. Renowned for its olives, fruits, wheat, and honey, and for the authenticity of its inhabitants, Lemnos is also known for the quality of its restaurants, ideal for tasting typical Greek dishes.

Today you have the opportunity to join an optional excursion. 

Myrina is the island's capital and main port. It is sometimes referred to as Kastro, for the Venetian castle built over the rocky promontory in the midst of the sandy shore. A long, main shopping street winds up from the commercial harbor in the south, lined by houses and shops with little gardens built in the Thracian style. From the pier, meet your guide and begin your climb to the Venetian castle, a 15-minute walk that offers a panoramic view over the island and across the sea to Mount Athos. The castle foundations date back to Classical times, when it was the site of a temple of Artemis. After your guided visit, walk to Romaikos Yialos to visit the Archaeological Museum. Recently renovated, the museum houses a large collection, filling ten rooms with findings from Limnos, including prehistoric relics from Poliochne, discoveries from Hephaistia, Hloi, and Myrina. Finally, arrive in the city center where you will have free time to stroll on the streets or join your ship.

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The best way to discover Limnos Island is by the sea. Admire the landscapes with romantic beaches, coves, and bays with crystal-clear waters. From the pier, board your private caique (traditional wooden boat) for a cruise along the coast of Limnos to the sandy beaches of the northeastern cape. Your one-hour cruise will lead you to a beach where you can relax or swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Aegean Sea. Finally, you will re-embark your caique for your one-hour sail back to the ship. Refreshments and snacks will be served on board.

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From the pier, board your coach and start the 50-minute drive to the east coast of Limnos, where you will find the archaeological site of Poliochni. Here, in 1930, Italian archaeologists discovered seven different layers of civilizations built on top of each other. The Neolithic town predates Egyptian dynasties, the Minoan Kingdoms of Crete, and even Troy, but was destroyed by an earthquake in 2100 BCE and was never rebuilt. Poliochni is considered one of the largest urban centers of the Early Bronze Age and the first city in Europe with a basic social and civic structure. It is believed to have welcomed a number of craftsmen, as many gold jewels were discovered during the excavations. Following your visit to Poliochni, proceed to a Limnos winery for a wine tasting accompanied by local snacks. Finally, board your coach and return to the pier, a 30-minute drive.

This afternoon, sail the Dardanelles Strait, a 61 km-long waterway connecting the Aegean Sea with the Sea of Marmara. It is strategic for controlling passage between the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. Like the Bosporus, or Strait of Istanbul, it separates Europe from Asia. A surface current flows along with it, while a more saline undercurrent flows in the opposite direction. Along the strait, admire hilly landscapes and arid lowlands brightened by fields and groves of olive trees.

Day 14: Istanbul | Disembark

  • 1 Breakfast
Located on the Bosphorus, Istanbul is one of the most beautiful of all Turkish cities. Named Byzantium when founded by the Greeks, and then Constantinople under the Roman Empire, this city is steeped in history and, for this reason, is a listed UNESCO World Heritage site. Located on Sultanahmet hill, the great Blue Mosque, the mysterious Hagia Sophia, and the vast Topkapi palace dominate the Marmara Sea. In the Beyazit district, the Grand Bazaar allows discovering elegant covered passages. A little further away, the delicate aroma of loukoum and spices will draw the visitors’ attention at the Egyptian Bazaar.

Disembark after breakfast and set off to explore this ancient and historic city before continuing on your travels or beginning your journey home. 

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