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Greek Islands 7 nights

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Departure 16/10/2022

Brilliance Of The Seas

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Itinerary

Ravenna / Ravenna, Italy

Ravenna hosts a series of mosaics considered to be jewel of Byzantine art itself. Eight of its buildings have been named by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Said buildings go back in history to a period between the late Roman and the beginning of the Byzantine empire, when this provincial capital, which until then had been irrelevant, soon became one of the most important cities in all of Europe. Built by the Venetians in the fifteenth century and now surrounded by bars and locals, the city center is also known as Piazza del Popolo, an elegant open and porticoed space. A set of buildings were constructed around Piazza del Duomo to protect it. This building, which dates to the 5th century, was once destroyed by an earthquake back in 1733, but it was immediately rebuilt in impeccable style.
You should know about Ravenna
A trip to Ravenna is never complete without a visit to Saint Apolinar Nuevo’s Church. Built back in the 6th century by Teodorico with local decorative mosaics and statues of different martyrs. Do not miss a visit to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, one of MSC’s top excursions, about 130 km west of Ravenna. This showroom presents the story behind these famous racecars.

Split / Split, Croatia

This Mediterranean city on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea has a long and rich history dating back to the incredible Diocletian's Palace (circa AD 295) in the center of the city. Split offers cruise guests a great variety of places to visit, from the majestic cathedral and marble streets in the city center to the port area with its cafe-filled promenades and coastal mountain scenery. Around the year 300, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built the palace for his retirement in one of the most enchanting places on the Adriatic Sea, and the city of Split grew around it.
You should know about Split
Around the year 300, and thinking of his retirement, the Roman emperor Diocletian built the palace (of the same name) in one of the most charming places on the Adriatic Sea which would then serve as base for the city of Split that began to grow around it. DID YOU KNOW? The Fortress of Klis, a property dating back to the 2nd century B.C., was used for the HBO series Game of Thrones. Regional Croatian cuisine is delicious, and the Dalmatia coast is renowned for its extraordinary seafoods, smoked hams, and cheeses!

Mykonos / Mykonos, Greece

Made iconic thanks to its white houses, churches with blue domes, and windmills, this is Greek postcard-worthy destination. Also famous for its beautiful beaches, Mykonos is the most popular island in the Cyclades. We recommend you discover its secrets by hoping on a 4x4 or to take a ferry to the small island of Delos.
You should know about Miconos
Famous as a cosmopolitan destination among the Greek islands, Mykonos is one of the most visited islands in the Aegean. Explore Mykonos by foot and have fun by getting lost on its beautiful streets with many bars and nightclubs. The island was named after Apollo´s grandson, Mykonos and, it also has one of the hottest beaches in the world.

Santorini / Santorini, Greece

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What you should know about Santorini Greece
Santorini owes its iconic crescent shape and high cliffs (some of which are more than 1,000 feet high) to a volcanic eruption that took place about 3,500 years ago. This same volcanic explosion has been linked to the legend of the long-lost city of Atlantis. Unfortunately, there is not much evidence to back it up. This is also the place where you will find the iconic white churches with blue domes. The most famous one is in Oia, a village on the northwestern tip of Santorini Island. DID YOU KNOW? Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, a film starring Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft, was shot in various locations in Greece, including the beautiful Santorini.

Zadar / Zadar, Croatia

Zadar, Croatia, is also the historic center of Dalmatia on the Adriatic Sea. Full of Roman-influenced architectural constructions, Zadar is a very picturesque place with many churches and cathedrals. Here you will also find several national parks and attractions, such as the beautiful Paklenica. Located right by the sea, it is considered to be the hidden gem of Telascica due to its turquoise waters, and the impressive sea organ, which plays music as the waves break from the ocean.
What you should know about Zadar, Croatia
Roman aqueducts, temples, medieval churches, monasteries, and a forum are just some of the things you can expect to see in Zadar. The Archaeological Museum offers more than 80,000 exhibits from the Stone Age to the late Middle Ages and is one of the most important museums in Croatia. Walk along the paved riverside or relax in one of the many cafes and enjoy breathtaking views of the Adriatic Sea. From casual dining to cutting-edge cuisine, many cafes and restaurants offer everything you might need. Try fresh clams and mussels or go ahead and order a local delicatessen.

Ravenna / Ravenna, Italy

Ravenna hosts a series of mosaics considered to be jewel of Byzantine art itself. Eight of its buildings have been named by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Said buildings go back in history to a period between the late Roman and the beginning of the Byzantine empire, when this provincial capital, which until then had been irrelevant, soon became one of the most important cities in all of Europe. Built by the Venetians in the fifteenth century and now surrounded by bars and locals, the city center is also known as Piazza del Popolo, an elegant open and porticoed space. A set of buildings were constructed around Piazza del Duomo to protect it. This building, which dates to the 5th century, was once destroyed by an earthquake back in 1733, but it was immediately rebuilt in impeccable style.
You should know about Ravenna
A trip to Ravenna is never complete without a visit to Saint Apolinar Nuevo’s Church. Built back in the 6th century by Teodorico with local decorative mosaics and statues of different martyrs. Do not miss a visit to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, one of MSC’s top excursions, about 130 km west of Ravenna. This showroom presents the story behind these famous racecars.

Brilliance Of The Seas

Brilliance of the Seas belongs to the Radiance class of the Royal Caribbean shipping company. It was renovated in 2013, and has capacity for 2,501 passengers.Have a fun time with the people you love the most at the climbing wall, the miniature golf, or the arcade room.Enjoy a Broadway-style show, work out at the gym or basketball court, prove your luck at the casino, play at video game room, enjoy some drinks and music at the disco, or relax by the pools, jacuzzies and Spa.This ship offers an international culinary variety at its different restaurants and bars.Enjoy all this and more on board the Brilliance of the Seas.* It is highly recommended to purchase a beverage package to make your on-board experience even more enjoyable.

IMO: Year of construction: Year of remodeling: Tonnage: Registry:
9195200 2002 2013 90000 t. -
Boat length: Total passenger capacity: Total crew: Total cabins: Total suites:
293 meters 2501 passengers 848 crew 1055 cabins 64 suites
Total balconies: Total outside cabins: Total interior cabins: Minimum passenger age:
514 balconies 240 outdoor cabins 237 interior cabins 6 months

Cabins

Balcony

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Outside

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Inside

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Documents and considerations

All travel documents (Passport, DNI, NIE, Visas, etc.) must be valid and valid six months after the date of travel. It is essential to carry valid passports and visas (including Multiple Entry Visas, when applicable), to board. Check the entry requirements for your destination at your local passport office or contact the Embassies (Consular Services) of each country on your Cruise travel itinerary. If you are not sure which country a port belongs to, check with your Vacation Advisor.

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Services and amenities

Fitness Center

Swimming Pool

Internet

Concierge service

Conference room

Beauty Salon

Spa

Attractions and activities

Brilliance Of The Seas

This seven-deck atrium is surrounded by exclusive bars, lounges, and shops, which can be compared to the lobby of a huge hotel.

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Let the fun start at this Kids’ pool!

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Grab a foamy cup of cappuccino and an appetizer while you discover our modern coffee-bar Latté-tudes

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Brilliance Of The Seas

Brilliance Of The Seas