Mediterranean Fly Cruise

Venice to Venice, fly ex Dublin

Fares from €1,149 per guest

MSC Sinfonia MSC Sinfonia

With its impressive array of new features and facilities, MSC Sinfonia is now even better equipped to satisfy the needs of our guests.

We’ve added spacious new cabins with balconies offering superb panoramic views and we have enlarged the restaurant and buffet areas to serve up an even greater variety of culinary treats. There is even a new 319 m² music and dance area for guests to show off their moves. 

With the help of prestigious partners like Chicco, LEGO® and Namco®, we’ve created fabulous new play areas for children of all ages, starting with an exciting spray park packed with fun water features.
The MSC Aurea Spa has also been enhanced and extended, providing more space to relax and unwind.

Enjoy a cruise around the Mediterranean and in the package deal you also get your flights and transfers!

Itinerary Venice (Italy), Split (Croatia), Santorini (Greece), Mykonos (Greece), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Ancona (Italy), Venice (Italy)

Ship:  MSC SINFONIA
Duration:  7 NIGHTS

Prices based on 2 Sharing an inside cabin.

Venice, Italy

A gondola boat ride in VeniceSaturday, 01 Sep 2018
Departure:  17:00

Enjoy your cruise holiday in Venice walking in Piazza San Marco: the only piazza in Venice, all other squares being campi or campielli. Its parades, festivities and markets have always drawn visitors, the biggest attraction once being the trade fair known as the Fiera della Sensa, which kept the Piazza buzzing for the fortnight following the Ascension Day ceremony of the Marriage of Venice to the Sea; nowadays the Piazza is the focal point of the Carnevale shenanigans.

 

Split, Croatia

Split-emperor-Diocletian's-palaceSunday, 02 Sep 2018
Arrive: 07:00,  Depart: 17:00

With its seafront cafés and ancient alleyways, shouting stallholders and travellers on the move, bustling, exuberant Split is one of Croatias and the Mediterranean’s most compelling cities, it’s easy to see this feeling when you step aground from your MSC cruise.
It has a unique historical heritage too, having grown out of the palace built here by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in 295AD. The palace remains Split’s central ingredient, having been gradually transformed into a warren of houses, tenements, churches and chapels by the various peoples who came to live here after Diocletian’s successors had departed.

Day at Sea

Day at seaMonday, 03 Sep 2018

 

Santorini, Greece

Santorini GreeceTuesday, 04 Sep 2018
Arrive: 07:00,  Depart: 15:00

You can’t say you have been to Greece on holiday without seeing the natural wonder of Santoríni. As our MSC cruise ship manoeuvres into the great caldera of Santoríni (Thíra), the land seems to rise up and clamp around it.
Gaunt, sheer cliffs loom hundreds of metres above the deep blue sea, nothing grows or grazes to soften the awesome view. The only colours are the reddish-brown, black and grey pumice layers on the cliff face of this, the largest island in the mini-archipelago.

Santorini, Greece

Santorini GreeceTuesday, 04 Sep 2018 to Wednesday, 05 Sep 2018
Arrive: 20:00,  Depart: 03:00

You can’t say you have been to Greece on holiday without seeing the natural wonder of Santoríni. As our MSC cruise ship manoeuvres into the great caldera of Santoríni (Thíra), the land seems to rise up and clamp around it.
Gaunt, sheer cliffs loom hundreds of metres above the deep blue sea, nothing grows or grazes to soften the awesome view. The only colours are the reddish-brown, black and grey pumice layers on the cliff face of this, the largest island in the mini-archipelago.

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos town shore Tuesday, 04 Sep 2018 to Wednesday, 05 Sep 2018
Arrive: 20:00,  Depart: 03:00

When sailing  to the Mediterranean Sea, Mýkonos is the quintessential image of the Cyclades. In summer most people head out to the beaches during the day, so early morning or late afternoon are the best times to wander the maze of narrow streets.
The labyrinthine design was supposed to confuse the pirates who plagued Mýkonos in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and it has the same effect on today’s visitors. When you alight from your MSC cruise, getting lost in its convoluted streets and alleys is half the fun of the place.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik-Croatia jeti inside walled walled city Thursday, 06 Sep 2018
Arrive: 13:00,  Depart: 20:00

A walled, sea-battered city lying at the foot of a grizzled mountain, Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most popular cruise destination, and it’s not difficult to see why. Waiting to be valued on an MSC Mediterranean cruise excursion its essentially medieval town was reshaped by Baroque planners after a disastrous earthquake of 1667; Dubrovnik’s historic core seems to have been suspended in time ever since.
Walk through the city and admire the Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary, inside there are a couple of Italian paintings, including Titian’s polyptych The Assumption behind the main altar. Immediately south of Luža – the square centre of the medieval town – is the Rector’s Palace, former seat of the Ragusan government.

Ancona, Italy

Ancona_Italy_Conero_beach Thursday, 06 Sep 2018
Arrive: 13:00,  Depart: 20:00

Ancona hits you with a tangle of commercial buildings only two steps away from the Mediterranean Sea. Nonetheless, a city centre excursion reserves some historical appeal, and the authorities are making a concerted effort to improve the cruiser and tourist experience. A stiff climb from the port area, where your cruise ship awaits your return, passing Ancona’s well-signposted Roman remains along the way, will take you to the pink-and-white Duomo. Mostly built in a restrained Romanesque style, this is contrasted by an outburst of Gothic exuberance in the doorway’s cluster of slender columns, some plain, others twisted and carved.

Venice, Italy

A gondola boat ride in VeniceSaturday, 08 Sep 2018
Arrival: 08:00

Enjoy your cruise holiday in Venice walking in Piazza San Marco: the only piazza in Venice, all other squares being campi or campielli. Its parades, festivities and markets have always drawn visitors, the biggest attraction once being the trade fair known as the Fiera della Sensa, which kept the Piazza buzzing for the fortnight following the Ascension Day ceremony of the Marriage of Venice to the Sea; nowadays the Piazza is the focal point of the Carnevale shenanigans.

 

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