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7 Night Greek Isles Cruise
Explorer of the Seas ∙ 
DATE
Sat Jun 01, 2024
FROM
Ravenna - Italy
from $ 289.00

7 Night Greek Isles Cruise

Is it adventure you seek, or a restful retreat from life on land? Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas® is home to an array of innovations that give you whatever type of vacation you desire. Climb a rock wall that overlooks the sea, or find your adventure on the basketball court, ice-skating rink or mini-golf course. If it's zen you seek, achieve it poolside or at the relaxing VitalitySM Spa. Liven up your nights on the Royal Promenade, with parades, dancing, and duty-free shopping deals. And bring along some friends—with spacious public areas, enhanced staterooms, and a spectacular three-story dining room, this ship has room for your whole crew.

Explorer of the Seas
*Port sequence may vary by sailing date.
Sat Jun 01, 2024
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Day 1 - Ravenna - Italy

Sun Jun 02, 2024

Day 2 - Cruising

Day at sea

Mon Jun 03, 2024

Day 3 - Santorini - Greece

Santorini is a stunning island in Greece that is famous for its white-washed houses, blue-domed churches, and breathtaking views of the caldera. It is one of the most popular and romantic destinations in Europe and a perfect place to enjoy the sun, sea, and culture. Here are some travel tips for visiting Santorini:

  • Getting around: Santorini has a public bus system that connects the main towns and attractions on the island. You can buy a single ticket or a daily pass that gives you unlimited access to all routes. You can also rent a car, a scooter, or an ATV to explore the island at your own pace, but be careful of the traffic and parking issues. Santorini is also walkable in some areas, especially in Fira and Oia, the two main towns on the caldera edge.
  • Currency and payment: The currency in Greece is the euro (EUR). You can exchange money at banks, exchange offices, or ATMs. Most places in Santorini accept credit cards and some also accept mobile payment apps like Swish or iZettle.
  • Buying alcohol: You can buy alcohol at supermarkets, convenience stores, or liquor stores in Santorini. You can also buy alcohol at bars, restaurants, and clubs, but be prepared to pay higher prices than in other islands. The legal drinking age in Greece is 18
  • Free attractions: Santorini has many free attractions that you can enjoy without spending a dime. For example, you can watch the famous sunset from Oia, one of the most picturesque villages on the island. You can also hike from Fira to Oia along the caldera rim, which offers stunning views of the volcano and the sea. You can also visit some of the churches and chapels that dot the island, such as the Panagia Episkopi, the oldest Byzantine church on Santorini
  • Museums and galleries: Santorini has some interesting museums and galleries that you can visit to learn more about the island and its history. Some of the most popular ones are the Museum of Prehistoric Thera, which displays artifacts from the ancient city of Akrotiri that was buried by a volcanic eruption; the Archaeological Museum of Thera, which exhibits finds from various periods of Santorini's history; and the Art Space Gallery & Winery, which combines art exhibitions with wine tasting
  • Food and drink: Santorini has a delicious cuisine that reflects its volcanic soil and maritime climate. You can find everything from fresh seafood, grilled meats, and salads to local specialties like fava (a yellow split pea puree), tomatokeftedes (tomato fritters), and melitinia (sweet cheese pastries). You can also try some of the local wines, such as Assyrtiko, Vinsanto, and Nykteri, which are produced from grapes grown on the island
  • Nightlife: Santorini has a lively and varied nightlife that suits different moods and preferences. You can find bars, pubs, clubs, live music venues, theatres, cinemas, and casinos all over the island. Some of the most popular areas for nightlife are Fira (the capital), where you can find many trendy spots; Kamari (the beach resort), where you can find many laid-back spots; and Perissa (the black sand beach), where you can find many alternative spots
  • Weather and clothing: Santorini has a Mediterranean climate with hot and dry summers and mild and wet winters. The average temperature is around 24°C (75°F) in summer and 13°C (55°F) in winter. The weather can be unpredictable and change quickly, so it is advisable to check the forecast before you go out. Depending on the season, you may need to pack light clothes, warm clothes, rain gear, sunglasses, or sunscreen.
  • Safety and emergencies: Santorini is generally a safe island with low crime rates. However, as in any tourist destination, you should be careful of pickpockets, scams, or petty thefts. Avoid walking alone at night in unfamiliar areas or carrying large amounts of cash or valuables. If you need help or assistance in case of an emergency, you can call 112 for police, fire brigade, ambulance
These are just some of the many things to do in Santorini. Santorini is waiting for you!

Tue Jun 04, 2024

Day 4 - Athens (Piraeus) - Greece

Athens is a fascinating city that combines ancient history and modern culture. You can visit some of the world's most famous monuments, such as the Acropolis and the Parthenon, as well as enjoy the vibrant nightlife, the delicious cuisine, and the friendly atmosphere of this city. Here is a travel text for Athens that you can use:

  • Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece, located in the Attica region. It is one of the oldest cities in the world, with a history that spans over 3,000 years. It is also the birthplace of democracy, philosophy, art, and science. Athens has a lot to offer to its visitors, from historical sites and museums to modern attractions and activities.
  • One of the main reasons to visit Athens is its archaeological heritage. The most iconic attraction is the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel that dominates the city skyline. The Acropolis is home to several ancient buildings, such as the Parthenon, the Erechtheion, the Propylaea, and the Temple of Athena Nike. These buildings are considered masterpieces of classical architecture and represent the glory of ancient Athens. You can also visit the Acropolis Museum, which displays the surviving treasures and artifacts from the Acropolis
  • Another reason to visit Athens is its cultural and artistic scene. Athens has many museums that showcase its rich history and culture, such as the National Archaeological Museum, the Benaki Museum, and the Byzantine and Christian Museum. You can also find many galleries, theaters, and venues that host contemporary art and performances. You can also enjoy some of the traditional shows, such as Greek music, dance, and theater.
  • Athens also has a lot of fun and exciting activities that you can try. One of them is exploring the neighborhoods of Athens, each with its own character and charm. You can walk around Plaka, the oldest and most picturesque district of Athens, where you can find many cafes, shops, and taverns. You can also visit Monastiraki, a lively area that has a flea market, a bazaar, and many street performers. You can also check out Psyrri, Gazi, and Exarchia, which are known for their nightlife and alternative culture.
  • Athens also has a lot of natural beauty that you can enjoy. You can visit some of the parks and gardens in the city center, such as the National Garden, the Zappeion Garden, and the Lycabettus Hill. You can also take a day trip to some of the nearby islands or countryside, such as Hydra, Aegina, or Delphi. You can admire the scenic landscapes, the crystal-clear water, and the charming villages.
Athens is a place that has something for everyone. It is a place that will amaze you with its beauty and charm.

Wed Jun 05, 2024

Day 5 - Cruising

Day at sea

Thu Jun 06, 2024

Day 6 - Kotor - Montenegro

The Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska) is located in the northern part of Montenegro, close to the border with Croatia and open to the Adriatic Sea. While cruising through it, you will enjoy of breathtaking and majestic views of towering peaks and a rocky coastline dotted with pretty waterside towns. You can see divine medieval towns through your eyes as well as reflecting in the bay water. Peek through the town and find monasteries, citadels and extraordinary eateries. It is often called Europe’s most southernmost fjord for its stunning scenery, but it is more like a long, narrow inlet formed by a submerged river canyon. The four smaller gulfs - gulf of Herceg Novi, gulf of Tivat, gulf of Risan, and gulf of Kotor, and the connecting bays create a big butterfly shape that goes around the cost getting inland occasionally.

Fri Jun 07, 2024

Day 7 - Split - Croatia

Lying on the Adriatic Sea's eastern shore, Split is known for its terracotta roofs, whitewash buildings, palm tree-lined promenade and azure waters. Split has a long history, as it's home to Diocletian's Palace and the Cathedral of Saint Domnius, which were built for the Roman emperor in the 4th century. Always buzzing with tourists, Split balances its historic setting with a plethora of modern restaurants, bars and shops. Thanks to its Mediterranean climate, Split receives over 2,600 hours of sunshine every year. Jump onboard a Croatia cruise and take advantage of its sunny weather by exploring its beautiful beaches — most namely Bacvice and Kastelet Beaches — year-round.

Split, Croatia, is a captivating coastal city graced by the Adriatic Sea. Central to its allure is the UNESCO-listed Diocletian's Palace, a 4th-century marvel that anchors the city. This historic gem seamlessly intertwines with modern life, offering visitors a glimpse into its rich past through charming streets, lively markets, and a vibrant waterfront. With a perfect blend of ancient grandeur and contemporary vitality, Split beckons as a captivating destination on the Croatian coast.

Sat Jun 08, 2024
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Day 8 - Ravenna - Italy

Lying on the Adriatic Sea's eastern shore, Split is known for its terracotta roofs, whitewash buildings, palm tree-lined promenade and azure waters. Split has a long history, as it's home to Diocletian's Palace and the Cathedral of Saint Domnius, which were built for the Roman emperor in the 4th century. Always buzzing with tourists, Split balances its historic setting with a plethora of modern restaurants, bars and shops. Thanks to its Mediterranean climate, Split receives over 2,600 hours of sunshine every year. Jump onboard a Croatia cruise and take advantage of its sunny weather by exploring its beautiful beaches — most namely Bacvice and Kastelet Beaches — year-round.

Split, Croatia, is a captivating coastal city graced by the Adriatic Sea. Central to its allure is the UNESCO-listed Diocletian's Palace, a 4th-century marvel that anchors the city. This historic gem seamlessly intertwines with modern life, offering visitors a glimpse into its rich past through charming streets, lively markets, and a vibrant waterfront. With a perfect blend of ancient grandeur and contemporary vitality, Split beckons as a captivating destination on the Croatian coast.

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Cruise facilities

Art auctions
Art collection
ATM
Bridge viewing gallery
Concierge Club
Duty free shopping
Internet cafe/access
Leisurely disembarkation
Library
Ocean research lab
Onboard telephones
Photo & Art Gallery
Photo Shop
Pregnancy Restrictions
Ship to shore telephones
Single cabins available
Soft drink card
Aquarium Bar
Atmospheric and Oceanographic Laboratories
Champagne Bar
Children's programs
Conference Center
Connoisseur Club
Crown and Kettle
Guest Relations
Maharaja's Lounge
Medical Center
Pool Bar
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Schooner Bar
Sky Bar
Skylight Chapel
Solarium Bar
Spinners
Studio B
The Centrum
The Chamber
The Palace Theater
Viking Crown Lounge
Weekend Warrior
Adventure Beach
Adventure Ocean
Casino Royale
Explorer Dunes Golf Course
In-Line Skating Track
Main Pools
Miniature Golf Course
Optix Teen Disco
Pool Deck
Rock-Climbing Wall
Royal Promenade
ShipShape Fitness Center and Day Spa
Solarium
Sports Court
Video arcade
Café Promenade
Champagne Bar
Columbus Dining Room
Da Gamma Dining Room
Johnny Rockets
Magellan Dining Room
Portofino's
Schooner Bar
Sprinkles
Windjammer Café
Closed-Circuit TV
Dial-up internet access (fee applies)
Hair-Dryer
Mini Bar
Phone
Private Bathroom
Radio
Vanity Area

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