Take a 7-night cruise visiting beautiful Greek islands and historic cities including Corfu, Kefalonia, Mykonos, and Athens with the magnificent Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the Seas!
- Return flights from Dublin to Venice
- Transfer from airport to port
- 7 nights onboard Royal Caribbean’s 4* Brilliance of the Seas based on 2 sharing
- Excellent dining on a full board basis while onboard
- Varied onboard entertainment
- Kids clubs and fun family activities
- Transfer from port to airport
- 20kg check-in bag per person
You will board the wonderful Allure of the Seas in Ravenna, close to Venice before you set sail into the Adriatic Sea. Your first stop will be majestic Kotor in Montenegro before you cruise to the picturesque island of Corfu. Your next stop is Piraeus, the port close to Greece’s ancient capital Athens. Your next stop is the iconic island of Mykonos before you cruise to beautiful Argostoli in Kefalonia. Your last day is spent at sea cruising back to Ravenna.
Brilliance of the Seas
Discover new experiences on every shore – and on every deck.
For every discovery you make onshore, you’ll find countless thrills to keep you immersed in the journey onboard Brilliance of the Seas.
TIME FOR A LATITUDE ADJUSTMENT
If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind ways to experience distinct cultures, savour exotic flavors and soak up views that’ll give even the most seasoned travellers wanderlust, this is the cruise ship for you. From pedalling through Amsterdam on a summer cruise through Europe, to exploring colourful coral reefs off the coast of Roatan on a winter cruise through the Western Caribbean, Brilliance of the Seas offers year-round adventures for every kind of explorer.
A JOURNEY FOR YOUR TASTEBUDS
Add a stop in Asia to your itinerary with freshly rolled sushi and made-to-order Far East flavours at Izumi Japanese Cuisine. Or tuck into New American delicacies like prime hand cut steaks and tender Maine lobster at Chops Grille.
SIPS BETWEEN SIGHTS
Classic cocktails crafted by a pro in the retro-inspired R Bar. Reds, whites and rosés from around the world at Vintages. A perfectly-poured pint at the King & Country Pub. On this ship, you’ll never run of places to say, ‘Bottom’s up’ as you sail to each incredible destination.
ALL ABOUT THE VIEWS
No matter what sailing you choose on Brilliance of the Seas, every destination you visit is a show stopper.- Fortunately, the ship offers endless opportunities to scope out the scenery and appreciate the sights – whether you’re rocking out 12 metres above deck on the rock-climbing wall or hanging out in one of the Solarium’s serene whirlpools.
Booking RemarksNon refundable or transferable booking deposit €165 per person
Upgrade to All-Inclusive Drinks Package available on request
Onboard Gratuities not included. Gratuities can be prepaid or paid onboard at €91 pp
Optional Insurance €29 (conditions apply)
These prices are guidelines only and are subject to change and availability. Pricing will be confirmed at time of booking.
Prices based on two sharing. Family rates available on request - contact us now!
Ravenna (Venice), Italy
Following your flight, you will be transferred to port to board the Brilliance of the Seas for your Mediterranean cruise.
Ravenna is a city in Emilia-Romagna, Italy known for the colourful mosaics adorning many of its central buildings, like the octagonal Basilica di San Vitale, the 6th-century Basilica di Sant’Apollinare Nuovo and the cross-shaped Mausoleo di Galla Placidia. North of the center, the Mausoleo di Teodorico built in the 6th century for King Theodoric the Great, is a Gothic, circular stone tomb with a monolithic dome.
Wedged between brooding mountains and a moody corner of the bay, achingly atmospheric Kotor (Котор) is perfectly at one with its setting. Hemmed in by staunch walls snaking improbably up the surrounding slopes, the town is a medieval maze of museums, churches, cafe-strewn squares and Venetian palaces and pillories. It’s a dramatic and delightful place where the past coexists with the present; its cobblestones ring with the sound of children racing to school in centuries-old buildings, lines of laundry flutter from wrought-iron balconies, and hundreds of cats – the descendants of seafaring felines – loll in marble laneways. Come nightfall, Kotor’s spectacularly lit-up walls glow as serenely as a halo. Behind the bulwarks, the streets buzz with bars, live music – from soul to serenades – and castle-top clubbing.
Budva’s got the beaches, and nearby Dubrovnik’s got the bling, but for romance, ambience and living history, this Old Town outflanks them all.
Still recognisable as the idyllic refuge where the shipwrecked Odysseus was soothed and sent on his way home, Corfu continues to welcome weary travellers with its lush scenery, bountiful produce and pristine beaches.
Since the 8th century BC, the island the Greeks call Kerkyra has been prized for its untamed beauty and strategic location. Ancient armies fought to possess it, while in the early days of modern Greece it was a beacon of learning. Corfiots remain proud of their intellectual and artistic roots, with vestiges of the past ranging from Corfu Town’s Venetian architecture to British legacies such as cricket and ginger beer.
While certain regions of the island have succumbed to overdevelopment, particularly those close to Corfu Town, Corfu is large enough to make it possible to escape the crowds. Venture across cypress-studded hills to find vertiginous villages in the fertile interior, and sandy coves lapped by cobalt-blue waters.
Athens (Piraeus), Greece
Athens is the capital of Greece. It was also at the heart of Ancient Greece, a powerful civilization and empire. The city is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, including the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel topped with ancient buildings like the colonnaded Parthenon temple. The Acropolis Museum, along with the National Archaeological Museum, preserves sculptures, vases, jewelry and more from Ancient Greece.
Thanks to its proximity to the mainland, Mykonos was one of the first Greek islands to become an international travel destination. During the late ’60s and early ’70s, Mykonos was famed as a haunt for the rich. The island’s nightlife – then and now – was a glittering whirl of colored lights, music, and parties. But there’s another side to Mykonos – the neighboring island of Delos. In classical mythology, Delos was the birthplace of Apollo and his twin sister Artemis. Travelers to Delos can stroll among the island’s vast ruins, which include three temples consecrated to the Sun God and the famed Lions Walk. Mykonos town features hip boutiques, restaurants, jewelry stores, souvenirs, taverns and cafés. The island’s famed windmills are found just south of the waterfront.
Argostoli, Kefalonia, Greece
Looking at picturesque Argostoli, you wouldn’t know it suffered a devastating earthquake in 1953. The city and its surrounding area are full of treasures, including a 12th-century Byzantine cathedral and beautiful 16th century frescoes. And the nearby underground Lake of Melissani is simply magical. Enter the caves to find ancient stalactites, and marvel at the scattered rays of light beaming through, turning the water an intense blue.
Ravenna (Venice), Italy
Following your cruise, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Ireland.
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