Scenic and rejuvenating Mediterranean Cruise Tours are the second most popular cruises in the world, second only to those in the Caribbean. With ports in Italy, Greece, Spain and as far east as Turkey there is a wealth of cultural, historical, visual, educational and architectural wonders to take in, not to mention all the fabulous shopping and epicurean dining! Travelers find the ports to be especially hospitable to cruise ships, and they cater to them with English-speaking day-trip guides and tourism support staff.
This favored ship of Princess Cruise Lines sets off from Venice and makes four stops at various ports in Greece including Athens. The furthest point eastward is the port in Kusadasi, Turkey. Santorini, Naples, Croatia and Rome are included but not the only stops on this voyage.
Depart Rome, Italy, and return to Athens, Greece by way of many of the historic cities in Israel including Haifa, Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Additional stops in Greece and Turkey make this a highly spiritual trip. Enjoy three overnight stretches of sailing between ports on this Princess Cruise Lines tour.
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