Venice to Rome discovery Ft. Regent SevenSeas

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Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro

Best time to go: AprilOctober

13 Nights | from £4,650pp

Holiday type: Group departure

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  • Enjoy extra time to explore Venice and Rome with hotel stays in each city before and after the cruise
  • Walk along the ancient city walls of Dubrovnik to gaze at the wonderful vistas
  • Make the most of the wide selection of Regent shore excursions that are included in the price, along with meals, drinks and gratuities.
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  • By booking this sailing with our pre and post cruise options guests will receive exclusive A&K benefits

Pre Cruise Day 1-3 UK/Venice
Venice has risen from its marshy foundations to become an enchanting labyrinth of waterways where gondoliers gently float by. Moorish and Byzantine influences abound in the city’s stunning squares and palaces, but it is also heaven for lovers of Italian gastronomy, wine and zest for life. Art, literature and architecture are the three cornerstones of Venice’s charm, alongside its Renaissance roots and romantic ambience. Enjoy the soaring views from Campanile di San Marco, and the unusual architecture of Campo Santa Maria Formosa. Alternatively, take the ferry to the quiet fishing village of Burano with its colourful streets and lace-making workshops.
Hotel Palace Bonvecchiati | Meals: Breakfast

Day 4 Embarkation and departure from Venice
Enjoy a full day exploring the city’s maze of streets, palazzos and squares lined with tiny ceramic and glass workshops, before setting sail. Don’t miss Venice’s legendary sights, the Basilica San Marco, Rialto Bridge, Doge’s Palace and the Bridge of Sighs. Art-lovers should visit the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, home to Tintoretto’s finest works; or, for more modern tastes, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, showcasing masterpieces of 20th-century art and the avant-garde movements.
Seven Seas Explorer | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5 Urbino (Ancona), Italy
Discover the Renaissance spirit in Urbino, with its towering city walls based on designs by Leonardo da Vinci. Visit the incredible frescoes of Saint John the Baptist in the Oratorio di San Giovanni and the Ducal Palace, an architectural masterpiece which has stood for more than 500 years in the Piazza Duca Frederico. From here it is a short stroll to Raphael’s House, birthplace of the great painter. For a taste of the locality, look out for simple glazed white ceramics, unique to Urbino, sold in galleries and shops, along with fine leather goods, wines, locally-made cheeses and smoked meats.
Seven Seas Explorer | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ and with good reason, such is the beauty of this walled Croatian city, with its 12th-century ramparts and ochre-roofed buildings amid the maze of narrow marble streets and steep steps. These make up the city’s Old Town, which is filled with restaurants, cafes and tourist shops that jostle for position alongside the many stone churches, monasteries and museums. Make sure you take a walk along the ancient city walls that encircle the town for some of the best views.
Seven Seas Explorer | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7 Kotor, Montenegro
The medieval pocket-size walled city of Kotor in Montenegro still bears traces of its years under Venetian rule amid winding stone streets, tiny chapels and the grand 12th-century St Tryphon’s Cathedral. Set amid the limestone cliffs of the Gulf of Kotor, this UNESCO World Heritage city enjoys a spectacular setting with cobbled streets dotted with al fresco cafes and shops. Visitors who make the effort to walk the ancient walls surrounding the city are rewarded with glorious views across the fjord.
Seven Seas Explorer | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 Corfu, Greece
It’s somewhat hard to believe the lush, romantic isle of Corfu has such a tempestuous history full of strife and battles, but that is part of its appeal. Praised by Homer in his famous Odyssey, the island’s strategic position in the Ionian Sea made it a target for warring forces. Today, it offers a combination of cosmopolitan and time-honoured Grecian life. As well as lush terrain, rolling acres of olive groves and orchards of lemon and orange trees, plus Adriatic-style villages, Corfu has splendid coastal scenery and secluded beaches, while Corfu Town is the appealing capital, full of elegant streets dominated by graceful Venetian architecture.
Seven Seas Explorer | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9 Taormina (Sicily), Italy
A short drive from the gateway port of Naxos sits the pretty town of Taormina, which enjoys a wonderful mountainside setting 820ft above the sea. It is worth visiting for the beautiful views of Mount Etna alone. But it also has a fascinating history and in the early 20th century was a colony for expatriate artists and writers, including D H Lawrence. Highlights include the remarkably preserved Greco Roman amphitheatre, which still hosts performances; the splendid 15th-century Palazzo Corvaia; and the Odeon, a small Roman theatre set in colourful gardens.
Seven Seas Explorer | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10 Sorrento/Capri, Italy
The Neapolitan town of Sorrento can easily lay claim to being one of the world’s most beautiful locations, but its appeal is more than skin deep. Sorrento’s architecture, its inhabitants and the surrounding region are filled with culture and a rich history stretching back to the 11th century BC. Overlooking the Bay of Naples, the town is one of the most popular destinations of the Campania region. But an equally celebrated spot is the romantic isle of Capri which is best explored on a day trip, and is celebrated for its beautiful surroundings, upmarket ambience and unspoilt charm.
Seven Seas Explorer | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy and disembarkation
On disembarking, we will transfer you to the Rocco Forte Hotel de Russie for three nights, so you can thoroughly explore the Eternal City of Rome. It is best to devote a full day to St Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, and the chance to soak up panoramic city vistas for those willing to climb to the top of the dome. Other landmarks not to miss include the renowned Trevi Fountain, the Coliseum, and Aventine Hill, which provides you with a grand view of the imposing remains of the Imperial Palaces and the Circus Maximus, of Ben Hur fame.
Rocca Forte Hotel de Russie | Bed & Breakfast

Post Cruise Day 12 – 13 Rome, Italy
Enjoy the opportunity to soak up Roman life; to watch the street performers at the Spanish Steps and people-watch over a fine glass of wine in the lively Trastevere neighbourhood. Don’t forget that you are in the capital city of arguably the world’s best cuisine, with a host of glamorous bars and restaurants, so seek out some of its often well-hidden gems. Visit Pizzarium for an unforgettable slice of how it should be done, or get shoulder to shoulder in the queue at one of Rome’s many excellent gelaterias.
Rocca Forte Hotel de Russie | Bed & Breakfast

Day 14 Rome/UK
Spend those last few hours picking up some souvenirs before heading back home.

At A&K all of our journeys are individually tailored to suit your needs and timescale. As a guide, this 13 day suggested holiday will cost from £4,650 per person, based on two sharing, including international flights, pre and post touring as detailed. On board, Veranda Suite, gratuities, service charges, all dining, premium standard alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, Wi-Fi and shore excursions to choose from during the voyage are included.

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Schedule of travel 

  • This cruise forms part of our tailor-made itinerary and pre and post cruise options can be tailored to your interests. 
  • This sailing has two departures on the 19th April and 14th October, other similar cruises are available throughout the summer
April 16th 2017 Venice
April 17th 2017 Venice
April 18th 2017  Venice
April 19th  2017 Venice, Italy / Embarkation
April 20th 2017 Urbino (Ancona), Italy 
April 21st 2017 Dubrovnik, Croatia
April 22nd 2017 Kotor, Montenegro
April 23rd 2017 Corfu, Greece
April 24th 2017 Taormina (Sicily), Italy 
April 25th 2017 Sorrento/Capri,Italy
April 26th 2017 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
April 27th 2017 Rome
April 28th 2017 Rome
April 29th 2017 Rome / UK

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Useful info

Best time to be there

April to October is considered the best time to visit with July and August being the busiest months. The summer months see a plethora of cultural activities, such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and a series of festivals of music, film and art at the
Roman Amphitheatre in Pula.

Fly to

Dubrovnik or Split (British Airways - daily)

flying time

2 hours 45 minutes

time difference

GMT +1 hour

Best time to be there

The mainland and islands are very hot and dry in July and especially August, the preferred travel month for French, Italian and Spanish holiday makers, making conditions busy, hotel availability limited and the beaches crowded. May, June and September are infinitely more comfortable and generally less expensive.
Rhodes, with its refreshing westerly winds and moderate summer heat, makes it the ideal place to travel for a summer holiday or a short break in the spring or Autumn.

Fly to

Athens and Thessaloniki (British Airways); Rhodes (easyjet); Heraklion, Santorini and Mykonos (British Airways to Athens and onward with Aegean Air)

Flying time

3-4 hours

Time difference

GMT +2 hours

Best time to be there

Coastal areas and the islands are great year round, although July and August can be very hot. The arts and opera seasons are generally at their peak outside these months. August is very much a shut down month as Italians take their annual break.

Fly to

Bari, Cagliari, Catania, Milan, Pisa, Rome and Verona (British Airways), Naples and Venice (British Airways or bmi)

flying time

2 hours - 2 hours 30 minutes

time difference

GMT +1 hour

Best time to be there

April to October is considered the best time to visit with July and August being the busiest months. The summer months see a plethora of cultural activities, such as a series of festivals of music, film and art. The July festival Theatre city in Budva is a feast of classical music, performance, ballet where choirs, local and foreign artists perform.

Fly to

Podgorica (Montenegro Airlines - three times a week)
Dubrovnik (British Airways, Croatian Airlines or EasyJet)

flying time

2 hours 40 minutes direct

time difference

GMT +1 hours

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