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Black Sea Voyage

Start with 2 nights in Vienna (or Budapest), then take a 7-night cruise to Bulgaria, stay 1 night in Plovdiv and end with 3 nights in Istanbul
14 Days - Travel to Vienna (or Budapest) & return from Istanbul or reverse

OVERVIEW

Begin your vacation in Vienna (or in Budapest), one of the world’s most celebrated cities, renowned for its music, architecture and dance. Transfer to Budapest and embark upon your Danube river cruise. Traverse the dramatic narrow gorge known as the Iron Gates, then cruise along the Romanian-Bulgarian border. Visit Vidin, Belogradchik and Bucharest, the capital and largest city in Romania. Disembark and continue by land to Veliko Tarnovo, the ancient capital of Bulgaria, before arriving in Plovdiv. Conclude your journey in Istanbul, a truly exotic and fascinating cultural crossroads.


  • SELECT DIRECTION:
DayDestinationActivities
1ViennaHotel check-in
2ViennaCity tour
Optional Schönbrunn Palace tour
Optional Mozart & Strauss concert
3ViennaTransfer to Budapest
BudapestCity tour
EMBARKATION
Welcome Dinner
4MohacsPecs excursion
VillanyWine tasting
5Vukovar"Yugoslav Civil War" tour
IlokOR Croatian wine tasting
Novi SadWalking tour
6BelgradeCity tour
OR "Tito's Memorial" Tour
7Iron GatesFull day cruising
8VidinBelogradchik excursion and Baba Vida Fortress
9GiurgiuBucharest excursion
10RousseDISEMBARKATION
Veliko TarnovoCity tour with lunch
PlovdivWalking tour
11EdirneTransfer to Istanbul
12IstanbulCity tour
Optional “Turkish Delight” tour
13IstanbulTour Topkapi Palace
Optional Bosphorus cruise
14IstanbulReturn flight home
DayDestinationActivities
1IstanbulHotel check-in
2IstanbulCity tour
Optional Turkish Delight tour
3IstanbulVisit Topkapi Palace
Optional Bosphorus Cruise
4IstanbulTransfer to Plovdiv
PlovdivHotel check-in
City tour & dinner
5Veliko TarnovoTour with lunch in Arbanasi
RousseEMBARKATION
Welcome Dinner
6GiurgiuBucharest Excursion
7VidinBelogradchik excursion and Baba Vida Fortress
8Iron GatesFull day cruising
9BelgradeCity tour
OR Tito’s Memorial
10Novi SadWalking tour
IlokCroatian wine tasting
VukovarOR city tour
11MohacsPecs excursion
12BudapestDISEMBARKATION
Budapest city tour & transfer to Vienna
ViennaHotel check-in
13ViennaCity tour
Optional Mozart & Strauss concert
14ViennaReturn flight home
DayDestinationActivities
1BudapestEMBARKATION
Welcome Dinner
"Illuminations Cruise"
2MohacsPecs excursion
VillanyWine tasting
3Vukovar"Yugoslav Civil War" tour
IlokOR Croatian wine tasting
Novi SadWalking tour
4BelgradeCity tour
OR "Tito's Memorial" Tour
5Iron GatesFull day cruising
6VidinBelogradchik excursion and Baba Vida Fortress
7GiurgiuBucharest excursion
8RousseDISEMBARKATION
DayDestinationActivities
1RousseEMBARKATION
Welcome Dinner
2GiurgiuBucharest Excursion
3VidinBelogradchik excursion and Baba Vida Fortress
4Iron GatesFull day cruising
5BelgradeCity tour
OR Tito’s Memorial
6Novi SadWalking tour
IlokCroatian wine tasting
VukovarOR city tour
7MohacsPecs excursion
8BudapestDISEMBARKATION

INCLUDED FEATURES

  • 2 Nights Hotel in Vienna at the InterContinental or in Budapest at the Sofitel Chain Bridge (or similar), including daily buffet breakfast
  • Transfer from Vienna to the ship in Budapest
  • 7 nights deluxe cruise accommodation in an outside stateroom - most staterooms offer French balconies or revolutionary Twin balconies
  • Life-enriching tours daily with personal headset included
  • Entertainment on demand in all staterooms featuring free high-speed Internet access, hit Hollywood movies, extensive music library and English language TV stations
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access on board
  • Terry bathrobes and white-on-white plush bedding
  • Fine dining with all meals included during your cruise
  • Multiple dining venues
  • Unlimited red & white wines from Europe’s great wine regions, beer & soft drinks with every lunch and dinner on board
  • Bottled water in every stateroom replenished daily
  • Cocktail Reception, Welcome Dinner & Captain's Gala Dinner
  • Fully escorted motor coach tour from the ship in Rousse, Bulgaria to Istanbul
  • 1-night hotel in Plovdiv at the Dedeman (or similar), including Buffet Breakfast and dinner at a local restaurant. Lunch at a local restaurant in Erdine
  • 3 nights hotel in Istanbul at the InterContinental Ceylon (or similar), including daily buffet breakfast
  • Special highlights including lectures, theme dinners, cooking demonstration, onboard music performances and afternoon/evening piano music
  • Bicycles to explore on your own & guided bicycle tours
  • Services of professional Cruise Manager
  • All English language on board in a nonsmoking environment (smoking permitted only on the Sun Deck)
  • Transfers between hotel and ship are included with the purchase of cruise and land package; airport transfers are included with the purchase of airfare from AmaWaterways
  • All local taxes

DETAILED ITINERARY


Select Direction:       or  

Day 1ARRIVE IN VIENNA, AUSTRIA
Arrive in Vienna and transfer to your hotel. The balance of the day is at your leisure.
Day 2VIENNA
Your morning city tour takes you around the Burgring, the circular road around Vienna’s historic center. You will also take a walking tour through Vienna’s charming old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes the Vienna Opera House, the Ringstrasse and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. The afternoon is free to explore on your own or to join an optional excursion to Schönbrunn Palace, former summer residence of the Habsburg emperors and an impressive example of Baroque architecture. Tonight, explore the vibrant Austrian capital on your own or attend an optional Mozart and Strauss concert. (B)
Day 3VIENNA - BUDAPEST - EMBARKATION
After checking out of your hotel in Vienna, you will travel to Budapest, Hungary, where you will have free time for lunch followed by a sightseeing tour of Buda and Pest. From the historic Buda Castle, enjoy a splendid view of the twin cities spread over both sides of the Danube. Your tour also includes the Fisherman’s Bastion. Afterwards, embark upon your river cruise ship, docked in the city center. This evening, meet your fellow passengers at the Welcome Dinner as the ship cruises past Budapest’s illuminated riverfront. (B,D)
Day 4MOHACS - PECS - VILLANY
Arrive in Mohacs around breakfast time and depart for your excursion to Pécs, the 2010 European Union Cultural Capital. Founded more than 2,000 years ago by the Romans, Pécs was an important cultural base during many centuries of Ottoman rule. You will see St. Peter’s Basilica, the city’s main Catholic cathedral, as well as the restored Synagogue, before returning to the ship in Mohács. After lunch, enjoy a wine-tasting excursion to sample aromatic, spicy wines from the vineyards of Villány. (B,L,D)
Day 5VUKOVAR, CROATIA - NOVI SAD, SERBIA
This morning, enjoy a “Yugoslav Civil War” tour of Vukovar that will show you the Ovcara Memorial, the monumental cross that serves as a memorial to those who lost their lives during Croatia’s struggle for independence. You may also choose to take a wine tasting excursion to Ilok instead Enjoy lunch on board as you cruise to Novi Sad, Serbia, one of Europe’s greatest historical treasures. On your afternoon walking tour of the city, you will see the Petrovaradin fortress, a mighty stronghold no enemy has ever breached, now home to a hotel, museum and artists’ studios. Guests will also see the Old Town District and Danube Park. (B,L,D)
Day 6BELGRADE
Wake up in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and enjoy a panoramic tour of the city, that includes the Kalemegdan Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St. Sava. As an alternative, take the “Tito’s Memorial” tour, which includes a visit to the House of Flowers where the tomb of Josip Tito is located. You will also see some of the many gifts Tito received during his presidency. After your tour, you will have free time in the city center to stroll along Prince Michael Street, the city’s main shopping area. (B,L,D)
Day 7CRUISING THROUGH THE IRON GATES - VIDIN, BULGARIA
Today, enjoy a full day of cruising through one of Europe’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders, the Iron Gates. Here the Danube narrows as it winds through a series of magnificent gorges between Serbia and Romania. The banks of the river along this natural border are lined with sheer-faced rocks that stretch high overhead, a sight that will be an unforgettable highlight of your Black Sea adventure. (B,L,D)
Day 8VIDIN
Your time in Vidin begins with a visit to Belogradchik, a beautifully restored castle dating back to the Dark Ages, located in a stunning landscape of unusual rock formations. Continue on to the Baba Vida Fortress, the only entirely preserved medieval castle in the country. Standing guard over the Danube at the Bulgarian frontier town of Vidin, this massive medieval castle has thick walls and four imposing towers, a stark contrast to the peaceful park that surrounds it. Inside, you’ll be treated to a fascinating historical re-enactment. The ship departs early afternoon. (B,L,D)
Day 9GIURGIU - BUCHAREST, ROMANIA - ROUSSE, BULGARIA
Enjoy a full day excursion to Bucharest, the “Paris of the East.” Begin your day with a city tour that features a visit to the Open Air Museum, dedicated to preserving the traditional architecture of rural Romania. After lunch, guests will have a choice between free time in the newly renovated Lipscani district, the historical city center of Bucharest, or a guided tour of the Palace of the Parliament. Return to the ship afterward and enjoy a free evening. (B,L,D)
Day 10ROUSSE – DISEMBARKATION – VELIKO TARNOVO – PLOVDIV, BULGARIA
Disembark the ship in Rousse and continue your tour by motor coach. Your first stop is the ancient capital of Bulgaria, Veliko Tarnovo, where you will see a traditional market known as Samovodska Charshia. Afterwards, enjoy a traditional Bulgarian lunch before continuing on to Plovdiv. This evening, take a walking tour to see traces of ancient Roman ruins found throughout Plovdiv’s Old Town area, followed by dinner at a local restaurant. (B,L,D)
Day 11PLOVDIV - ISTANBUL, TURKEY
After breakfast, continue on to exotic Istanbul for the grand three-night conclusion of your Black Sea Voyage. The rest of the evening is free to explore this cultural crossroads on your own. (B)
Day 12ISTANBUL
A comprehensive city tour will take you through Istanbul’s Old City, with its numerous Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman monuments. Admire the mighty defensive walls, the Roman aqueduct and the hippodrome. See the Galata Tower and visit the beautiful and historic Blue Mosque, so named for the blue tiles adorning its interior. This afternoon is free to explore the town on your own or join the optional “Turkish Delight” tour, an in-depth look at some of Istanbul’s most unique sights. (B)
Day 13ISTANBUL
Today, your guided sightseeing tour will take you to the spectacular Ottoman Sultans’ Grand Palace of Topkapi, home to every Sultan from the 15th-19th centuries. During your tour, admire the private chambers of the Sultans, the Harem (women’s quarters) and the Imperial Treasury’s vast collection, including the jewel-encrusted Topkapi Dagger and the stunning 86 carat Spoonmaker’s Diamond. This afternoon, enjoy an optional Bosphorus cruise to Istanbul’s chic, trendy neighborhood of Ortaköy, or spend the remainder of the day shopping for souvenirs or relaxing at a tea house or café. (B)
Day 14ISTANBUL - USA
Bid farewell to Istanbul as you prepare for your homeward flight. (B)
Day 1ARRIVE IN ISTANBUL, TURKEY.
Arrive in Istanbul and check-in to your hotel. The balance of the day is free to start exploring this beautiful city.
Day 2ISTANBUL
This morning's comprehensive city tour will take you through the Old City, with its numerous Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman monuments. Admire the mighty defensive walls, the Roman aqueduct and the Hippodrome built by Emperor Constantine the Great, and the Galata Tower, which provides a spectacular view of the Golden Horn, a natural harbor. You will also visit the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Turkey’s National Mosque, also known as the “Blue Mosque” because of the blue tiles adorning its interior. Later, you can explore the town on your own or join an optional “Turkish Delight” tour, which offers an in-depth look at some of Istanbul’s most unique sights. (B)
Day 3ISTANBUL
Today, your guided sightseeing tour will take you to the Ottoman Sultans' Grand Palace of Topkapi, home to every Sultan from the 15th- 19th-century. During your tour, admire the private chambers of the Sultans, marvel at the Harem (women’s quarters), and see the Imperial Treasury’s vast collection – including the jewel-encrusted Topkapi Dagger and the 86-carat Spoonmaker’s Diamond. This afternoon, enjoy an optional Bosphorus cruise to Istanbul’s trendy neighborhood of Ortakoy, or use the remainder of the day to shop for souvenirs or relax at a charming tea house or restaurant. (B)
Day 4ISTANBUL - PLOVDIV, BULGARIA
You will leave Istanbul this morning and continue your tour by motorcoach. Enjoy a scenic journey through the Bulgarian countryside en route to Plovdiv. You will have a walking tour of the town center after checking into your hotel. The remainder of the evening is yours to explore this quaint Bulgarian town. (B)
Day 5PLOVDIV - VELIKO TURNAVO - ROUSSE - EMBARKATION
This afternoon, enjoy a traditional Bulgarian lunch before touring the ancient capital of Bulgaria, Veliko Turnavo. Here you will tour Tsarevets Hill, the old citadel of the city. You will see the old fortress walls, the Royal Palaces and the Patriarchal church, and the Baldwin’s Tower. Passengers who wish to shop may instead visit Samovodska Charshia, a traditional market street. Tonight, gather on board for a Welcome Dinner. (B,L,D)
Day 6GIURGIU
Enjoy a full day excursion to Bucharest, the “Paris of the East.” Begin your day with a city tour that features a visit to the Open Air Museum, dedicated to preserving the traditional architecture of rural Romania. After lunch, guests will have a choice between free time in the newly renovated Lipscani district, the historical city center of Bucharest, or a guided tour of the Palace of the Parliament. Return to the ship afterward and enjoy a free evening. (B,L,D)
Day 7VIDIN, BULGARIA
Today, you will enjoy a leisurely day cruising the Danube, arriving in the late afternoon in Vidin. Visit Belogradchik, a beautifully restored castle dating back to the Dark Ages, located in a stunning landscape of unusual rock formations. Continue on to the Baba Vida Fortress, the only entirely preserved medieval castle in the country. Standing guard over the Danube at the Bulgarian frontier town of Vidin, this massive medieval castle has thick walls and four imposing towers, a stark contrast to the peaceful park that surrounds it. Inside, you’ll be treated to a fascinating historical re-enactment. (B,L,D)
Day 8CRUISING THROUGH THE IRON GATES
Today is a full day of cruising through one of Europe's most awe-inspiring natural wonders, the Iron Gates. Here the Danube narrows as it winds through a range of magnificent gorges between the southern Carpathian Mountains and the northwestern Balkan Mountains. This natural border between Serbia and Romania will be an unforgettable highlight of your Black Sea adventure. (B,L,D)
Day 9BELGRADE, SERBIA
Wake up in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and enjoy a panoramic tour of some of the city’s 5,500 streets, 16 plazas and 32 squares. You will also see the Kalemegdan Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St. Sava as part of your tour. As an alternative, take the “Tito’s Memorial” tour, which includes a visit to the House of Flowers, where the tomb of Josip Tito is located. You will also see some of the many gifts Tito received during his presidency. You will have free time in the city center after your tour to stroll along Prince Michael Street, the city’s main pedestrian and shopping area.(B,L,D)
Day 10NOVI SAD - VUKOVAR, CROATIA
Arrive in Novi Sad in the morning and enjoy a walking tour from Danube Park to the old town center. After your tour, the ship continues on to Ilok, Croatia. Choose between an excursion to Ilok with a wine tasting or a city tour of Vukovar. Vukovar’s rich history bears the influence of the Austrians, Ottoman Turks, Germans, Croatians and Serbians. See Vukovar’s Baroque town center, the Franciscan Monastery, the Castle of the former ruling Eltz family, and the monumental cross that is a memorial to those who lost their lives during Croatia’s struggle for independence. (B,L,D)
Day 11MOHÁCS - PÉCS, HUNGARY
This morning the ship arrives in Mohács, where you depart for your excursion to Pécs. Founded more than 2,000 years ago by the Romans, Pécs became an important early Christian diocese and Turkish cultural base during the many centuries of Ottoman rule. The area around Pécs is made up of rolling hills, vine clad slopes and a modest climate that give the city a distinctly Mediterranean feel. Upon arrival, you will take a city tour that includes UNESCO underground excavations, St. Peter’s Basilica, the main Catholic Cathedral in the city, as well as the restored Synagogue. You will return to the ship in Mohács. (B,L,D)
Day 12BUDAPEST – DISEMBARKATION
Bid farewell to your ship as you disembark for your tour of Buda and Pest. From historic Buda Castle, enjoy a splendid view of the twin cities below. Your tour also includes the Fisherman’s Bastion, the Royal Palace, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Heroes’ Square, and much more. (B)
Day 13VIENNA
This morning, enjoy a morning sightseeing tour of Vienna, the music capital of the world. You will see such sights as the Opera House, the Ringstrasse and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. The remainder of the day is yours to explore this romantic city. Tonight, you may experience an optional Mozart and Strauss concert in one of the great formal concert houses of Imperial Vienna. (B)
Day 14DEPART VIENNA
Say farewell to Austria and prepare for your flight home. (B)
Day 1BUDAPEST - EMBARKATION
Embark upon your river cruise ship, docked in the city center. This evening, meet your fellow passengers at the Welcome Dinner as the ship cruises past Budapest’s illuminated riverfront. (B,D)
Day 2MOHACS - PECS - VILLANY
Arrive in Mohacs around breakfast time and depart for your excursion to Pécs, the 2010 European Union Cultural Capital. Founded more than 2,000 years ago by the Romans, Pécs was an important cultural base during many centuries of Ottoman rule. You will see St. Peter’s Basilica, the city’s main Catholic cathedral, as well as the restored Synagogue, before returning to the ship in Mohács. After lunch, enjoy a wine-tasting excursion to sample aromatic, spicy wines from the vineyards of Villány. (B,L,D)
Day 3VUKOVAR, CROATIA - NOVI SAD, SERBIA
This morning, enjoy a “Yugoslav Civil War” tour of Vukovar that will show you the Ovcara Memorial, the monumental cross that serves as a memorial to those who lost their lives during Croatia’s struggle for independence. You may also choose to take a wine tasting excursion to Ilok instead Enjoy lunch on board as you cruise to Novi Sad, Serbia, one of Europe’s greatest historical treasures. On your afternoon walking tour of the city, you will see the Petrovaradin fortress, a mighty stronghold no enemy has ever breached, now home to a hotel, museum and artists’ studios. Guests will also see the Old Town District and Danube Park. (B,L,D)
Day 4BELGRADE
Wake up in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and enjoy a panoramic tour of the city, that includes the Kalemegdan Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St. Sava. As an alternative, take the “Tito’s Memorial” tour, which includes a visit to the House of Flowers where the tomb of Josip Tito is located. You will also see some of the many gifts Tito received during his presidency. After your tour, you will have free time in the city center to stroll along Prince Michael Street, the city’s main shopping area. (B,L,D)
Day 5CRUISING THROUGH THE IRON GATES - VIDIN, BULGARIA
Today, enjoy a full day of cruising through one of Europe’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders, the Iron Gates. Here the Danube narrows as it winds through a series of magnificent gorges between Serbia and Romania. The banks of the river along this natural border are lined with sheer-faced rocks that stretch high overhead, a sight that will be an unforgettable highlight of your Black Sea adventure. (B,L,D)
Day 6VIDIN
Your time in Vidin begins with a visit to Belogradchik, a beautifully restored castle dating back to the Dark Ages, located in a stunning landscape of unusual rock formations. Continue on to the Baba Vida Fortress, the only entirely preserved medieval castle in the country. Standing guard over the Danube at the Bulgarian frontier town of Vidin, this massive medieval castle has thick walls and four imposing towers, a stark contrast to the peaceful park that surrounds it. Inside, you’ll be treated to a fascinating historical re-enactment. The ship departs early afternoon. (B,L,D)
Day 7GIURGIU - BUCHAREST, ROMANIA - ROUSSE, BULGARIA
Enjoy a full day excursion to Bucharest, the “Paris of the East.” Begin your day with a city tour that features a visit to the Open Air Museum, dedicated to preserving the traditional architecture of rural Romania. After lunch, guests will have a choice between free time in the newly renovated Lipscani district, the historical city center of Bucharest, or a guided tour of the Palace of the Parliament. Return to the ship afterward and enjoy a free evening. (B,L,D)
Day 8ROUSSE - DISEMBARKATION
Disembark the ship in Rousse. (B)
Day 1ROUSSE - EMBARKATION
Embark your ship in Rousse. Tonight gather on board for a Welcome Cocktail and Dinner. (B,L,D)
Day 2GIURGIU
Enjoy a full day excursion to Bucharest, the “Paris of the East.” Begin your day with a city tour that features a visit to the Open Air Museum, dedicated to preserving the traditional architecture of rural Romania. After lunch, guests will have a choice between free time in the newly renovated Lipscani district, the historical city center of Bucharest, or a guided tour of the Palace of the Parliament. Return to the ship afterward and enjoy a free evening. (B,L,D)
Day 3VIDIN, BULGARIA
Today, you will enjoy a leisurely day cruising the Danube, arriving in the late afternoon in Vidin. Visit Belogradchik, a beautifully restored castle dating back to the Dark Ages, located in a stunning landscape of unusual rock formations. Continue on to the Baba Vida Fortress, the only entirely preserved medieval castle in the country. Standing guard over the Danube at the Bulgarian frontier town of Vidin, this massive medieval castle has thick walls and four imposing towers, a stark contrast to the peaceful park that surrounds it. Inside, you’ll be treated to a fascinating historical re-enactment. (B,L,D)
Day 4CRUISING THROUGH THE IRON GATES
Today is a full day of cruising through one of Europe's most awe-inspiring natural wonders, the Iron Gates. Here the Danube narrows as it winds through a range of magnificent gorges between the southern Carpathian Mountains and the northwestern Balkan Mountains. This natural border between Serbia and Romania will be an unforgettable highlight of your Black Sea adventure. (B,L,D)
Day 5BELGRADE, SERBIA
Wake up in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and enjoy a panoramic tour of some of the city’s 5,500 streets, 16 plazas and 32 squares. You will also see the Kalemegdan Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St. Sava as part of your tour. As an alternative, take the “Tito’s Memorial” tour, which includes a visit to the House of Flowers, where the tomb of Josip Tito is located. You will also see some of the many gifts Tito received during his presidency. You will have free time in the city center after your tour to stroll along Prince Michael Street, the city’s main pedestrian and shopping area.(B,L,D)
Day 6NOVI SAD - VUKOVAR, CROATIA
Arrive in Novi Sad in the morning and enjoy a walking tour from Danube Park to the old town center. After your tour, the ship continues on to Ilok, Croatia. Choose between an excursion to Ilok with a wine tasting or a city tour of Vukovar. Vukovar’s rich history bears the influence of the Austrians, Ottoman Turks, Germans, Croatians and Serbians. See Vukovar’s Baroque town center, the Franciscan Monastery, the Castle of the former ruling Eltz family, and the monumental cross that is a memorial to those who lost their lives during Croatia’s struggle for independence. (B,L,D)
Day 7MOHÁCS - PÉCS, HUNGARY
This morning the ship arrives in Mohács, where you depart for your excursion to Pécs. Founded more than 2,000 years ago by the Romans, Pécs became an important early Christian diocese and Turkish cultural base during the many centuries of Ottoman rule. The area around Pécs is made up of rolling hills, vine clad slopes and a modest climate that give the city a distinctly Mediterranean feel. Upon arrival, you will take a city tour that includes UNESCO underground excavations, St. Peter’s Basilica, the main Catholic Cathedral in the city, as well as the restored Synagogue. You will return to the ship in Mohács. (B,L,D)
Day 8BUDAPEST – DISEMBARKATION
Disembark your cruise in Budapest. (B)

 

 

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Important:  Dates, prices & itineraries for 2015 sailings are subject to change.

Port Charges:  $168 per person.

Single Supplement for Cruise:  50% of twin price; AA+ & Suites 100% of twin price.

Single Supplement for Land:  $840 per person.

Bedding:  Please select bedding configuration at the time of booking. The Options are: Option A: Two twin beds Option B: One large bed (larger than queen size).

Visa:  A Turkish Tourist Visa is required for entry into Istanbul, Turkey. All guests traveling to Turkey must obtain an electronic visa (e-Visa) prior to their departure date.


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AmaPrima

This 164-passenger vessel incorporates the most advanced design offering spacious staterooms featuring our exclusive twin balconies, multiple dining venues, heated pool, Internet/WiFi access and more.

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