Italy, Greece, Montenegro

from $ 1,089* per person twin share


7 night cruise sailing from Venice aboard the MSC Musica.

Travel Dates: 18 October 2020

Departing From: Venice

Duration: 7 nights

Cruise Line: MSC Cruises

Cruise Ship: MSC Musica

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Date Port Arrive Depart
18 Oct 20 Venice 16:30
19 Oct 20 Brindisi 13:30 19:30
20 Oct 20 Katakolon 11:00 18:00
21 Oct 20 Santorini 08:00 17:00
22 Oct 20 Piraeus 07:30 16:30
23 Oct 20 Corfu 12:30 18:30
24 Oct 20 Kotor 07:00 13:00
25 Oct 20 Venice 08:30
** Itinerary may vary by sailing date.

MSC Musica

In 2014 MSC Musica will be operating a series of classic summer cruises in the Mediterranean. From Genoa she encompasses ports and resorts as diverse as Civitavecchia, the port for Rome, the... Read more

7 night cruise sailing from Venice aboard the MSC Musica

Visit Brindisi, Katakolon, Santorini Island, Athens (Piraeus), Corfu, Kotor and Venice.

Venice

VENICE is a city frozen in the mists of time, ancient yet thoroughly modern. Somehow it survives built on a series of wooden poles that sink deep into the mud and flowing water of the Adriatic underneath the city. World-renowned city of canals and bridges. These facilitate internal transportation and have a beauty and charm that draw countless visitors each year. The modern city embraces the whole 90-mile (145-kilometer) perimeter of the lagoon and includes ten principal islands in addition to those of the mother city and two industrial boroughs of Mestre and Marghera on the mainland.

Katakolon

Venture to the birthplace of the Olympic Games with the stadium, the temples of Hera and Apollo. Visit the Olympic museum, whose most popular attractions include Painios famous Victory and Praxiteles Hermes.

Santorini

Santorini thanks to its extraordinary beauty, Santorini is one of the major tourist attractions of Europe. The island group of Santorini is the most known and active volcanic centre of the Hellenic Volcanic Arc in the south Aegean Sea. Two million years of volcanic activity have accumulated around a small non-volcanic basement that once formed a small island similar to the other Cyclades islands. Most of the volcanic layers are visible in the multi-coloured sequences of the impressive steep inner walls of the caldera.

Piraeus

PIRAEUS is the port of Athens, capital of Greece and the country's largest city. Athens is dominated by the flat-topped hill of the Acropolis site of the Parthenon, one of the most famous classical monuments in the world. The centre of modern Athens, most notably the chic area of Kolonaki, has many designer boutiques, smart restaurants and international-class hotels. Athens has always exuded a unique charm, its lively character winning over tens of thousands of visitors every year. Street markets, vine-covered taverns, souvenir stalls and ancient monuments are all part of Athens.

Corfu

CORFU is the most northernmost and second largest after Cephalonia of the Ionian islands. It is the Island of endless natural beauty. The island of song and music, of unending inspiration, a combination of the cosmopolitan and the traditional. The island will leave the visitor with unforgettable memories, excite him with unparalleled images and touch chords in his soul as he pays homage to the culture of the seven islands. How can we put in few words all the elements which make up this earthly paradise, this place which has been so generously blessed by God and which has been written about by so many illustrious writers and poets.

Kotor

Kotor is an old Mediterranean port characteristically surrounded by well preserved stonewalls. Venice had control of Kotor from 1420to 1797, the influence of which can be observed in the architecture of the city. Within the city walls visitors can take a walk through6th century churches and stunning piazzas. The steep path to the fortifications above town gives way to spectacular views of the panorama.
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MSC Cruises

MSC Cruises is a leader in the Mediterranean cruise market, with cruises departing all year round, as well as offering a wide range of seasonal itineraries in Northern Europe, including Norwegian Fjords and Baltic Capitals, the Caribbean, South America, South and West Africa, Red Sea, The United Arab Emirates and Grand Voyages. MSC Cruises, a privately owned company with a longstanding history on the seas headed by captain Gianluigi Aponte, entered the cruise industry in 1988. MSC Cruises combines a deep heritage at sea with an enthusiastic, young and motivated management team to present a company philosophy of "Innovation = Tradition". MSC Cruises uniquely blends maritime traditions, culture and famous Mediterranean cuisine to deliver the ultimate cruise experience while displaying a real commitment to the finest hospitality afloat. In essence, MSC Cruises has made true Italian service the heart of its business and its key point of differentiation in the cruise industry:

Quick Stats

Cruise Line MSC Cruises
Passenger Capacity 2550
Tonnage 92409
Total Crew 1014
Length 961
Launched 1st May 2006

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MSC Musica

In 2014 MSC Musica will be operating a series of classic summer cruises in the Mediterranean. From Genoa she encompasses ports and resorts as diverse as Civitavecchia, the port for Rome, the ancient city of Tunis and the lively holiday island of Palma. You don’t have to be a cruise aficionado to realise MSC Musica is a stylish and beautifully appointed vessel. In her central foyer area you’ll discover a three-tier waterfall whilst a semi-transparent grand piano appears suspended above a pool of luminous water. Elsewhere on board the lavish La Scala theatre would put many land-locked theatres to shame whilst the Sushi Bar offer authentic Japanese cuisine that would not be out of place in Kyoto or Tokyo. Naturally there’s all sorts of culinary variety to be found when you opt for the a la carte dining, whilst a cigar bar and an extensively stocked wine bar help enhance the sheer stylishness of your cruise. From the moment you step aboard MSC Musica to the moment you disembark you'll notice that there always seems to have been music and a little magic in the air! Why not join MSC Musica and share our vision of the Mediterranean Way of Life?

Facilities

Library, Golf Simulator, 9-hole Mini Golf, Card Room,

Cafe, Mexican, Mediteranean, Sushi Bar, Bar, Wine bar, A la carte restaurant,

Sauna, Spa, Steam Room, Beauty Salon, Jacuzzi,

Theatre, Children's Play Area, Dance Floor, Cinema, Cigar Bar,

Art Gallery, Duty-free shop, Security Safe, Medical Centre, Photo Gallery, Shopping Gallery,

Aerobics/Yoga, Jogging Track, Tennis Court, Fitness Center,

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