7 Night Greece & Croatia Cruise on Explorer of the Seas from Venice, Ravenna, Italy Split, Croatia Waterfront Panoramic
The 7 Night Greece & Croatia Cruise from Venice, Ravenna, Italy visits Split, Croatia; Mykonos, Greece; Santorini, Greece; Olympia (Katakolon), Greece; Venice (Ravenna), Italy. Explore our cruise itineraries and choose from a variety of rooms depending on your needs and budget. Start planning your next cruise vacation by selecting a destination and departure port.
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7 Night Greece & Croatia Cruise
Itinerary Overview
Explore Explorer of the Seas
Day 1 - Venice (Ravenna), Italy
Day 2 - Split, Croatia
Day 3 - Cruising
Day 4 - Mykonos, Greece
Day 5 - Santorini, Greece
Day 6 - Olympia (Katakolon), Greece
Day 7 - Cruising
Day 8 - Venice (Ravenna), Italy
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Split, Croatia Waterfront Panoramic
Panoramic view of the waterfront from the pier in Split, Croatia
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7 Night Greece & Croatia Cruise

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Leaving from
Venice (Ravenna), Italy
Onboard
Explorer of the Seas
Day Port
1
Venice (Ravenna), Italy
Departs at 5:00 PM
2
Split, Croatia
From 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
3
Cruising
Day at sea
4
Mykonos, Greece
Tendered from 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
5
Santorini, Greece
Tendered from 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
6
Olympia (Katakolon), Greece
From 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM
7
Cruising
Day at sea
8
Venice (Ravenna), Italy
Arrives at 6:00 AM
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Your ship Explorer of the Seas

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Explorer of the Seas
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Explorer of the Seas, Aerial
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Explorer of the Seas
This is not your average vacation. This is adventure in a bold new light — on the fleet-favorite Explorer of the Seas®. Soak up the sunshine and chill vibes at the adults-only Solarium. Indulge in authentic Tuscan cuisine at Giovanni’s Table. Then catch a jaw-dropping original production in the Main Theater, or dance the night away at Club Twenty. On this ship, there’s no wrong way to vacay.

ADVENTURE ON EVERY DECK

When you're not exploring unforgettable ports, you'll find plenty of thrills on deck. Scale the Rock Climbing Wall and try not to wipe out on the FlowRider® surf simulator. Or engage in a little friendly competition on the mini-golf course, before taking your adventure onto the ice skating rink.

FLAVORFUL FAVES

Say "Konnichiwa" to fresh-rolled sushi at Izumi, or "Buongiorno" to authentic Italian eats at Giovanni's Table. If it's prime meat you're craving, head to Chops Grille℠ for steakhouse offerings that are a cut above the rest. And for the ultimate sweet treat, order up a classic milkshake at Johnny Rockets®.

FLASHBACK FUN & DARING DANCE MOVES

Cap off each date night with an incredible show at the Main Theater, followed by a round of your favorite ice-cold brews, moonlight and island vibes poolside, and late-night dancing.

Day 1: Venice, Italy

Day 1
Venice
Ravenna, Italy
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Italy Ravenna Venice Traditional City Skyline
Italy Ravenna Venice Traditional City Skyline
Things to do in
Venice
Departs at 5:00 PM
Nestled in the northeast corner of Italy and lapped by the bright blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, Venice is a marvel of history, art, culture and architecture. This iconic city has plenty of unforgettable sights and experiences to keep you coming back for years. Venice is the perfect place to visit when you cruise from the port of Ravenna, Italy. There’s the famous Grand Canal, lined with extravagant palaces and stately Gothic churches. Forgotten back alleys dotted with stunning statues carved centuries ago from marble. Museums that house awe-inspiring works by masters like Titian, Bellini and Tiepolo. And waterfront cafes that serve up frothy cappuccinos, crumbly biscotti and decadent tiramisu. The best way to get around the city? By gondola, of course.
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Couple Strolling
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Couple Strolling

PERUSE THE PALAZZO

One of the city’s best examples of Gothic architecture, the imposing Palazzo Ducale in Piazza San Marco was once the seat of the Venetian government and the Doge’s residence. Visit Venice and explore all of its hidden wonders — which include priceless sculptures and works of art — while learning about its rich history on a guided tour.
Insider tip
Venice’s streets, canals and alleyways don’t follow a grid pattern — make sure you bring a map or update your smart phone’s wayfinding app so you can easily navigate the city.
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Basilica Dome
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Basilica Dome

SO MUCH TO SEE AT ST. MARK’S

Arguably the most famous cathedral in Venice, St. Mark’s Basilica is a cultural and architectural masterpiece. This magnificent landmark dates back to the 11th century — and its history is made up of tales that seem straight out of an epic saga. Admission to the church is free, but join a tour if you want the full experience when your visit Venice with your cruise.
Insider tip
Check for public transport travel cards, which allow you to get around using city buses, ferries, and other forms of public transportation for a specified period of time.
Italy Venice Family Visiting Historic Palace
Italy Venice Family Visiting Historic Palace

ART WALK

Some call the Scuola Grande di San Rocco Venice’s version of Rome’s Sistine Chapel. The walls and ceiling of this stunning building were decorated by Rennaissance master Tintoretto, who spent more than two decades working on the project. You’ll also find over 60 pieces by iconic artists like Titian, Giorgione and Tiepolo.
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Square Restaurant Local Cuisine Food
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Square Restaurant Local Cuisine Food

Local Cuisine

From five-star restaurants serving elevated Italian fare, to cozy family-run bacari frequented by savvy locals, Venice’s food scene is as rich as its cultural landscape. Savor classic antipastos that spotlight fresh seafood, Venetian bigoli pasta tossed in salsa with anchovies, and tasty moleche — soft shell crabs from nearby lagoons fried and served with polenta.
Italy Ravenna Venice Local Masks Shopping
Italy Ravenna Venice Local Masks Shopping

Shopping

Ready for some retail therapy? Hit the area known as Le Mercerie for high-end brands and boutiques by trending Italian designers. Or visit San Samuele for your pick of local galleries, craft shops and stores well stocked with unique local finds, like beautiful linen, handmade jewelry and original knick-knacks.

Day 2: Split, Croatia

Day 2
Split
Croatia
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Split, Croatia Stone Street
Beautiful old stone street in Split, Croatia
Things to do in
Split
From 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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.
Croatia Diocletian Palace Tour Close Up
Croatia Diocletian Palace Tour Close Up

Discover Diocletian's Palace

One of the world's most dominant Roman ruins, Diocletian's Palace (and its nearby cathedral) was constructed over 10 years in the mid-4th century. There are 220 buildings within its boundaries, which include homes, bars, hotels and cafes. The palace's cellar was used in season four of Game of Thrones, as Daenerys' Throne Room.
Insider tip
With Split's Mediterranean climate, always remember your sunscreen year-round.
Split Croatia Coast Clear Blue Ocean
Split Croatia Coast Clear Blue Ocean

Aim for the Adriatic

Split is home to both sandy and pebbly beaches, which have calm turquoise waters. Radisson Blu Resort manages Trstenik Beach, which has umbrellas and sun lounges. Bacvice is the most popular and central beach option. About a 20-minute walk from Split is Kastelet Beach and its beachfront bars, too.
Insider tip
A 10 percent gratuity is expected when dining out in Split.
Split, Croatia Hvar Scenery
Colorful scenery of the mediterranean town of Hvar, near Split, Croatia

Island Hop

Although Split is beautiful, make the most of your time on the Croatian coast and visit one of its neighbors. Island spot on your breezy catamaran ride from Split to Hvar, which only takes one hour. On the island, bike along the Stari Grad Plain and visit Stari Grad and its historic buildings, including Tvrdalj Castle. Meanwhile, Brac Island is only 50 minutes from Split and is home to beautiful beaches, such as Punta Rata and Zlatni Rat.
Split, Croatia Nero Seafood Risotto
Nero, a seafood risotto, specialty dining dish with shrimp and scallops smothered in ink from squid, on a restaurant in Split, Croatia

Local Cuisine

Split's cuisine is a mix of Croatian and Italian specialties. Located in Diocletian Palace's western gate, Poseidon Restaurant serves fresh seafood such as octopus, fish and oysters, and black cuttlefish risotto, a traditional Croatian dish that's made with cuttlefish ink. Along the Riva visit Brasserie on 7, with its delicious platters of prawns, clams and tuna, as well as charcuterie and cheese.
Croatia Licitar Hearts
Hearts of Croatia Local Tradition

Shopping

A traditional Croatian souvenir is a licitar heart — a unique way to show someone you loved them in the 16th century. They're bright red and edible, but most people use them today as Christmas decorations. To remember your cruise to Split, Croatia, visit Break Time for unique nautical-themed bracelets.

Day 3: Cruising

Day 3
Cruising
At Sea
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Man Doing Air Trick
Man Doing Air Trick on Flowrider
PLAY ANY WAY YOU LIKE
Best Friends Skating
Friends Helping Each Other Ice Skate

Ice Skating

Whether you’re a beginner or you’ve got moves like the Great One, you’ll have a great time every time at the ice skating rink.
Scuba Certification Padi Diving Underwater Around a School of Fish
Scuba Certification Padi Diving Underwater with a School of Fish

Scuba Certification

Gear up and get certified at sea during an underwater adventure lead by certified PADI® instructors.
Navigator of the Seas Adventure Ocean
Girl Playing with Dolls at Adventure Ocean

Adventure Ocean®

“Are we there yet?” is a thing of the past. We keep every kid entertained with games, events, age-appropriate activities and more in our award-winning youth program.
Spa Stone Massage
Woman Receiving a Spa Stone Massage

Spa & Fitness Center

A luxurious sanctuary offering signature treatments, medi-spa services, and a full-service salon to make you glow from the inside out. Browse our spa menu for pricing.

Day 4: Mykonos, Greece

Day 4
Mykonos
Greece
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Mykonos, Greece Seaside Tavern
Chairs with tables in typical Greek tavern in Mykonos, Greece
Things to do in
Mykonos
Tendered from 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Nestled in the heart of Greece’s Cyclades archipelago, Mykonos pulses with irrepressible energy. With its powder white houses, sparkling blue waters, and red-hot nightlife, The Island of the Winds is as colorful as the people who call the island home. You can walk narrow marble pathways laced with purple bougainvillea blooms, or go cycling on two wheels past off-the-path Ano Mera village. Explore Greece’s maritime history at Armenistis Lighthouse, and check out the Folklore Museum’s Mykonian ship models. Join in the raucous beach party on Super Paradise’s shimmering sands, or watch the sun burn out beyond an Aegean horizon from an open-air seaside taverna.
Mykonos, Greece Panagia Paraportiani
A beautiful old white chapel, the Panagia Paraportiani Church, in Mykonos, Greece

COASTAL COSMOPOLITAN

Mykonos’ main town of Hora is a mixture of classic Cycladic architecture and buzzing street culture. Admire the stark-white Panagia Paraportiani chapel and meet the town’s famous pelican Pétros. See the island’s trademark 16th-century windmills spinning high above the port. Then explore the strip of medieval houses and waterfront cafés in Little Venice.
Insider tip
Hop on one of the many seawater-taxi services around the island for transport to the beaches.
Mykonos, Greece Agios Stefanos Beach
Agios Stefanos Beach in Mykonos, Greece

INTO THE BLUE

The multihued waters surrounding Mykonos are perfect for surfing and scuba diving, while prevailing winds invite sailing and windsurfing. Get your fill of aquatic thrills, then hit the beach— Psaroú for family fun, Agrari for seaside serenity, Paradise for epic beach parties, or Elia for a blend of all three.
Insider tip
With frequent openings and closings, listen to locals and other travelers to find the island’s best restaurants.
Mykonos, Greece Isis Temple Delos
The Temple of Isis in archaeological site of Delos island, Mykonos, Greece

DIG UP THE PAST

Enjoy a short boat trip to the island of Delos, a sacred Greek archeological site and the mythological birthplace of twin gods Apollo and Artemis. Comb the crumbling ruins of its ancient theater, Doric temples, markets, and mosaic-laced houses— plus the Terrace of Lions statues and amphitheater.
Mykonos, Greece Greek Salad
Greek salad and olive oil on sunny seaside restaurant in Mykonos, Greece

LOCAL CUISINE

Some of the Mediterranean’s most delectable restaurants are found on Mykonos. Its trademark kopanisti (peppered cheese) is a must-try, while you can’t go wrong with classic kremmydopita (onion pie). Enjoy fresh seafood by the sea— or a glass of sweet Heliophilos wine in a beach bar. Then for dessert go for amygdalota (almond cookies) or melopita (honey cake).
Mykonos, Greece Souvenirs
Souvenirs hanging on a wall outside a shop, Mykonos, Greece

SHOPPING

Hora is a hub for top designer fashions, including the world-famous Soho-Soho clothing boutique. Family-owned and operated Greek Light sells handmade jewelry with Greece’s traditional maiandros symbol. And don’t leave Mykonos without buying a pair of house-designed sandals or hand-loomed weavings— scarves, rugs or tablecloths.

Day 5: Santorini, Greece

Day 5
Santorini
Greece
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Santorini, Greece Oia Houses
Scenic view of traditional cycladic houses on small street with flowers in foreground, in Santorini, Greece
Things to do in
Santorini
Tendered from 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Santorini is one of the world’s most popular islands, known best for its dramatic scenery, whitewashed villages and fiery volcanic activity. Here adventure bubbles above the Aegean Sea in the most bold and breathtaking ways. A cable car takes you to the capital of Fira, a bustling cliff-top town awash with old cathedrals, enthralling museum collections and cozy tavernas. Venture to the coast for a swim in the deep blue waters that lap red and black pebbled beaches. And peel back layers of lava and history among excavated Akrotiri. Whether it’s by bicycle, ATV or on your own two feet, exploring this Cyclades isle never fails to impress.
Santorini, Greece Volcano
Nea Kameni volcanic island in Santorini, Greece

VOLCANIC WONDERS

Explore the volcanic history and geology of Santorini, site of an immense eruption 3,500 years ago. Trek the rocky landscape of Nea Kameni, an island in the center of the Santorini caldera, to see its smoking craters. Then soak in the soothing hot springs of Palea Kameni.
Insider tip
Wear hiking boots or comfortable sneakers and plenty of sunscreen when hiking the caldera.
Santorini, Greece Byzantine Castle Ruins
Early morning in Byzantine Castle Ruins in Oia village, Santorini, Greece

IT TAKES A VILLAGE

Considered the island’s most picturesque village, Oia radiates authentic Cyclades charm. Meander along tiny paths squeezed between stark-white villas. Snap selfies with the blue-domed St. Gerasimos Church, and view Byzantine castle ruins. Or dine on Greek seafood in a waterfront taverna— also the perfect perch for watching Oia’s fabulous sunsets.
Insider tip
Don’t be in a rush— dining in Greece is a laid-back, drawn-out affair.
Santorini, Greece Grapes Vineyard
Bunch of white grapes in the vineyard in the Wine Museum of Thira, Santorini, Greece

THE GLASS HALF FULL

Indulge your taste buds in a delectable tasting journey among the island’s traditional wine cellars. Vineyards dapple Santorini’s countryside, and many are among some of Europe’s oldest. White Assyrtiko and red Mantilaria are both popular varietals— and be sure to sample Santorini’s beloved dessert wine, Vinsanto.
Santorini, Greece Raki
Alcohol drink Raki with anis on wooden board in Santorini, Greece

LOCAL CUISINE

Thanks to Santorini’s rich volcanic soil, the island has a solid reputation for producing fantastic wines and vegetables— fresh cherry tomatoes, fava beans and white eggplant included. Try egg-based sfougato and fried tomatokeftedes fritters, two Santorini specialties. Pick up melitinia cookies from a local bakery. And for an after-dinner drink, sip unsweetened, anise-flavored raki.
Santorini, Greece Small white and blue houses
Small white and blue house souvenirs in Santorini, Greece

SHOPPING

Ypapantis Street in Fira is known for its dozens of jewelry stores selling pieces inspired by ancient Greek and Byzantine designs. You’ll find local artwork in the galleries of Oia and books about the Cyclades in Atlantis Books. A bottle of Santorini wine or Canava ouzo makes for a tasty souvenir.

Day 6: Olympia, Greece

Day 6
Olympia
Katakolon, Greece
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Katakolon, Greece, Building Ruins
The ruins of an ancient building in Greece
Things to do in
Olympia
From 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM
Experience ancient history and modern charm in Katakolon, a vibrant cruise port on the Greek coast. From here, you can catch a glimpse of Olympia, the birthplace of the original Olympic games and a shrine to the ancient Greek gods. Cruise to Greece and walk through the Olympia complex to get a historical tour of architectural styles, from the classical ruins to the red-tiled roofs of the traditional homes. Then, stroll through the Katakolon's lively center to discover unique local galleries and shops, and grab a seat at an oceanfront taverna with a glass of white wine and a dish of locally caught calamari.
Katakolon, Greece, Column Ruins
An ancient street in Olympia with columns on both sides

Relive History

The train to Olympia takes you through the splendid green hills of the Greek countryside, dotted with olive groves and vineyards. On the remains of the Olympic site, you'll find the Archaeological Museum at Olympia and the Museum of the Olympic Games.
Insider tip
While the main language is Greek, many locals speak some English. Nevertheless, it's a good idea to be prepared with some basic greetings.
Katakolon, Greece, Colorful Plates
Assorted colorful plates with painted designs hanging on a wall

Find Local Treasures

As you walk through the village, stop and chat with the locals who create ornate traditional goods. Choose from an array of handmade crafts made from olive wood, ceramic and leather at one of the many shops that line Katakolon's main street.
Insider tip
Local law mandates that shorts not be any shorter than six inches above the knee, so keep those thighs out of sight.
Katakolon, Greece, Fish Market
Various different kinds of fish for sale at a fish market

Eat Like an Olympian

Local tavernas offer a wide array of Greek traditional cuisine, served alongside views of the pristine blue water. Jump onboard a Greece cruise to enjoy a glass of the region's crisp white wine with some fresh seafood. If you're feeling adventurous, be sure to try the grilled octopus.
Insider tip
Be sure to plan your day around mesimeri, the Greek midday nap. Many shops close in the afternoon after lunch and reopen around 5:30 p.m.
Katakolon, Greece, Grilled Octopus Salad
A grilled octopus salad served on a blue plate

Local Cuisine

Katakolon's local cuisine is fresh and simple enough to be healthy but so delicious that you won't even notice. Locally caught seafood is prepared grilled with herbs and a drizzle of olive oil. Flavorful vegetables are served plain or in dishes such as spanakopita, a spinach pie, or moussaka, a delicious combination of vegetables, meat and bechamel sauce.
Katakolon, Greece, Clay Pots
An assortment of clay pots in Greece,

Shopping

Pottery, olive wood, lace and leather are just a few of the materials used here to create traditional crafts. Local artisans pride themselves in making each piece a one-of-a-kind item. From hand-crocheted center pieces to ceramic bowls that tell a story, each item reflects Katakolon's local traditions and history.

Day 7: Cruising

Day 7
Cruising
At Sea
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Chops Grille Rosemary Steak Juicy
Chops Grille Rosemary Steak Juicy
LET THE FLAVOR FEST BEGIN
Chef's Table Dessert
A dessert at Chef's Table on Royal Caribbean cruises

Chef's Table

Welcome to Chef’s Table, the most exclusive and elevated dining experience on our fleet. Join an intimate group of fellow foodies on a private epicurean journey led by the ship’s Chef de Cuisine. You’ll sit down to a white tablecloth dinner spotlighting five exquisite courses that range from scallop carpaccio with yuzu vinaigrette, to grilled filet mignon served with truffle potato puree — each expertly paired with the perfect wine to highlight every flavor on the menu.
Main Dining Room Mother and Daughter Soup

Main Dining Room

In the Main Dining Room, you can experience flavors that take you from Jamaica to Jaipur, a rotating menu of delicious dishes always offering something unexpected. A multi-level restaurant that in the morning is the perfect spot to enjoy a hearty brunch paired with refreshing mimosas, at dinnertime transforms into a world class dining experience with a menu that invites you to taste your way around the world course by course.
Oasis of the Seas Windjammer Olives Cheese and Salads
Windjammer Olives Cheese and Salads

Windjammer

The Windjammer is your go-to restaurant for tantalizing global flavors served complimentary. Like just-pressed paninis packed with all your favorite meats and cheeses. Flaky pastries fresh from the oven and omelets any way you like them. And hearty mains that run the gamut from crispy buttermilk fried chicken to Vietnamese braised Ho Chi Minh pork.
Room Service Bottle Glass
Room Service Bottle Glass Champagne and Strawberries

Room Service

Want to savor a meal in the comfort of your stateroom? Order delicious in-room dining any time — day or night. Tuck into breakfast in bed with a fresh omelet or a steaming stack of pancakes. Or enjoy an intimate date night in after a long day of adventure onboard and ashore. Room service makes it easy to treat your taste buds without having to set foot outside your door.

Day 8: Venice, Italy

Day 8
Venice
Ravenna, Italy
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Italy Ravenna Venice Traditional City Skyline
Italy Ravenna Venice Traditional City Skyline
Things to do in
Venice
Arrives at 6:00 AM
Nestled in the northeast corner of Italy and lapped by the bright blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, Venice is a marvel of history, art, culture and architecture. This iconic city has plenty of unforgettable sights and experiences to keep you coming back for years. Venice is the perfect place to visit when you cruise from the port of Ravenna, Italy. There’s the famous Grand Canal, lined with extravagant palaces and stately Gothic churches. Forgotten back alleys dotted with stunning statues carved centuries ago from marble. Museums that house awe-inspiring works by masters like Titian, Bellini and Tiepolo. And waterfront cafes that serve up frothy cappuccinos, crumbly biscotti and decadent tiramisu. The best way to get around the city? By gondola, of course.
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Couple Strolling
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Couple Strolling

PERUSE THE PALAZZO

One of the city’s best examples of Gothic architecture, the imposing Palazzo Ducale in Piazza San Marco was once the seat of the Venetian government and the Doge’s residence. Visit Venice and explore all of its hidden wonders — which include priceless sculptures and works of art — while learning about its rich history on a guided tour.
Insider tip
Venice’s streets, canals and alleyways don’t follow a grid pattern — make sure you bring a map or update your smart phone’s wayfinding app so you can easily navigate the city.
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Basilica Dome
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Basilica Dome

SO MUCH TO SEE AT ST. MARK’S

Arguably the most famous cathedral in Venice, St. Mark’s Basilica is a cultural and architectural masterpiece. This magnificent landmark dates back to the 11th century — and its history is made up of tales that seem straight out of an epic saga. Admission to the church is free, but join a tour if you want the full experience when your visit Venice with your cruise.
Insider tip
Check for public transport travel cards, which allow you to get around using city buses, ferries, and other forms of public transportation for a specified period of time.
Italy Venice Family Visiting Historic Palace
Italy Venice Family Visiting Historic Palace

ART WALK

Some call the Scuola Grande di San Rocco Venice’s version of Rome’s Sistine Chapel. The walls and ceiling of this stunning building were decorated by Rennaissance master Tintoretto, who spent more than two decades working on the project. You’ll also find over 60 pieces by iconic artists like Titian, Giorgione and Tiepolo.
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Square Restaurant Local Cuisine Food
Italy Ravenna Venice St Mark's Square Restaurant Local Cuisine Food

Local Cuisine

From five-star restaurants serving elevated Italian fare, to cozy family-run bacari frequented by savvy locals, Venice’s food scene is as rich as its cultural landscape. Savor classic antipastos that spotlight fresh seafood, Venetian bigoli pasta tossed in salsa with anchovies, and tasty moleche — soft shell crabs from nearby lagoons fried and served with polenta.
Italy Ravenna Venice Local Masks Shopping
Italy Ravenna Venice Local Masks Shopping

Shopping

Ready for some retail therapy? Hit the area known as Le Mercerie for high-end brands and boutiques by trending Italian designers. Or visit San Samuele for your pick of local galleries, craft shops and stores well stocked with unique local finds, like beautiful linen, handmade jewelry and original knick-knacks.

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