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Roma (Civitavecchia) , Italia | Naples / Capri , Italy | Sicily (Messina) , Italy | Corfu , Greece | Dubrovnik , Croatia | Zadar , Croatia | Koper , Slovenia | Venezia , Italia

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RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS

INTIMATE. IMMERSIVE. UNFORGETTABLE.

Nyt fantastisk utsikt fra toppen av klatreveggen. Lær nye ferdigheter fra en erfaren kokk på et matlagingskurs. Eller oppdag nye røde og hvite favorittviner i vinbaren Vintages. Alt ligger til rette for en opplevelsesrik ferie.

DAG 1 - Avreisedato

Roma (Civitavecchia), Italia

AVREISE:
5:00 PM

WHEN IN ROME

Den evige stad byr på endeløse eventyr. Nipp til en Cappuccino på en utendørs kafé og se byen våkne til live. Opplev antikken i det nasjonale Romamuseet og italienske mesterverk i Villa Borghese. Eller lær om romernes forfedre ved det nasjonale etruskiske museet.

View of the Colosseum in Rome, Italy
The Trevi Fountain in Rome, Italy
The Vatican dome in Italy

Den evige stad byr på endeløse eventyr. Nipp til en Cappuccino på en utendørs kafé og se byen våkne til live. Opplev antikken i det nasjonale Romamuseet og italienske mesterverk i Villa Borghese. Eller lær om romernes forfedre ved det nasjonale etruskiske museet.

View of the Colosseum in Rome, Italy
The Trevi Fountain in Rome, Italy
The Vatican dome in Italy
Ting å gjøre

i Roma (Civitavecchia)

The Pantheon in Rome, Italy

URGAMMELT OG FANTASTISK

Spaser gjennom hjertet av det gamle Roma. Start på Colosseum, den enorme arenaen hvor gladiatorene en gang kjempet. Deretter kan du vandre mellom romerske ruiner, forbi smuldrende templer og basilikaer. Se hvor keiserne bodde på Palatinerhøyden og nyt utsikten over det 2000 år gamle, velbevarte Pantheon.

A fountain in Piazza Navona  in Italy

EVENTYR OVERALT

Streif rundt på Romas piazzaer, hver med sitt eget perspektiv. Spis ute på Piazza Navona og bestig Spansketrappen på Piazza di Spagna. Rusle i brosteinsbelagte smug i travle Trastevere og få med deg handelen i bodene på Campo de Fiori. Glem ikke å kaste en mynt i Trevi-fontenen for godt hell.

Statues in the Vatican Museum

HELLIGE ROM

Utforsk vatikanmuseets ekstraordinære samling av billedtepper og klassiske statuer. Gå inn i det sixtinske kapell og bli overveldet av Michelangelos freskomalerier. Deretter kan du entre Peterskirken, en av verdens største kirker, og stå under dens enorme, fantastiske kuppel.

Pizza, pasta, and antipasta on a table in Rome

LOKALT KJØKKEN

Romerne lever for å spise, enten det er med familien eller på en fortauskafe For en autentisk smak av det romerske kjøkken, prøv Carciofi alla Romana (stekte artisjokker) eller spaghetti alla carbonara. Nyt en panino (fylt sandwich) eller tynnbunnet romersk pizza. Tilfredsstill søtbehovet med en kule gelato. Deretter kan du avslutte natten med et glass hvitvin fra den omkringliggende Lazio-regionen.

Minitature models of the Colosseum and Vatican

SHOPPING

Byens mange gateboder er det beste alternativet for suvenirer. Via Condotti tilbyr en rekke italienske Couture-designere. Se kunststudioene langs Via Margutta, eller alternative håndverksselgere i Monti-nabolaget. Porta Portese er byens største loppemarked – og La Rinascente, det første varehuset.

INSIDER TIP

Togturen mellom Civitavecchia og Roma tar omtrent 80 minutter hver vei.

DAG 2 - DOKKET

Naples / Capri, Italy

ANKOMMER:
7:00 AM
AVREISE:
6:00 PM
ERUPTING

WITH HISTORY

The third-largest Italian city and one of the oldest in Europe, Naples combines deep history and modern verve. Check out the extravagant Royal Palace of Naples, the former home of the royal family, with its beautiful tapestries and frescoes. People-watch from a streetside cafe in the Sanita district with a glass of wine and slice of classic margheritapizza. Then, head to Herculaneum to see the ruins left in Vesuvius wake after its historic eruption in 79 A.D.

An aerial view of Capri
San Francesco di Paola church in Naples, Italy
Mount Vesuvius towering over the ruins of Pompeii in Naples

The third-largest Italian city and one of the oldest in Europe, Naples combines deep history and modern verve. Check out the extravagant Royal Palace of Naples, the former home of the royal family, with its beautiful tapestries and frescoes. People-watch from a streetside cafe in the Sanita district with a glass of wine and slice of classic margheritapizza. Then, head to Herculaneum to see the ruins left in Vesuvius wake after its historic eruption in 79 A.D.

An aerial view of Capri
San Francesco di Paola church in Naples, Italy
Mount Vesuvius towering over the ruins of Pompeii in Naples
Things To Do

in Naples / Capri

The Catacombs of San Gennaro in Italy

Go Underground

Interested in getting up close and personal with Naples' past residents? Head underground to visit the Catacombs of San Gennaro. These historic burial places are the oldest in the city and the largest in all of Southern Italy. Spend some time wandering around the different rooms to see how the rooms where the wealthy and poor were buried.

The crater of Mount Vesuvius

Historic Hike

A quick bus ride will bring you to Mount Vesuvius National Park at the foot of the historic volcano. While there are a number of nature walks around the volcano, the real highlight is Monte Somma, the oldest, inactive crater. Hike up to the top with your camera in hand, take a peek at the steam coming out and snap some photos of the Bay of Naples.

The interior of the Gesu Nuovo in Italy

Church Bells Ring

Naples' churches are a great way to tour its architectural treasures, and most of them are concentrated in the old town center. Check out San Domenico Maggiore, with its impressive gold-gilded ceiling and interior. Inside Sansevero Chapel, you'll find a number of impressive Baroque statues and classical art. And don't miss the beautiful frescoes and peaceful vibe of Gesu Nuovo Church during your Capri cruise.

A margherita pizza in Naples, Italy

Local Cuisine

Neopolitan-style pizza is Naples culinary gem. Grab a seat at L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele, which has been serving up pizza since 1870, and order a slice of simple, classic margherita, topped with fresh basil, tomato sauce and local mozzarella di fiore. Cruise to Naples and head to Friggitoria Vomero for the town's best arancini — gooey, fried spheres of rice and cheese — or panzarotti, a mini-calzone stuffed with mozzarella, tomato and other ingredients like spinach or ham.

Traditional pots at a shop in Italy

Shopping

Head to Via Toledo, the longest shopping street in Naples, which offers small boutiques and a huge department store. Continue down the road to Galleria Umberto I, a beautiful shopping gallery for some high-end souvenirs such as silk scarves and leather shoes to take back home.

INSIDER TIP

You won't be able to visit the Catacombs of San Gennaro without a guided tour, so be sure to book yours well in advanced.

DAG 3 - DOKKET

Sicily (Messina), Italy

ANKOMMER:
7:00 AM
AVREISE:
5:00 PM
KICK YOUR

BOOTS OFF

Messina is the coastal jewel of northern Sicily. Let yourself get a little lost in the city, as you wander the streets taking note the of the history embedded in its architecture. See the famous Messina Cathedral — its dome has stood since 1551. Stroll among neoclassical and Art Nouveau sculptures at the Camposanto. And check out the Church of the Santissima Annunziata dei Catalani, a 12th-century church that offers a unique example of Norman architecture, blending Arab, Byzantine and Roman elements.

Aerial view of Sicily (Messina), Italy
Christ the King of Montalto church in Sicily (Messina), Italy
View of the Aeolian Islands off the coast of Messina

Messina is the coastal jewel of northern Sicily. Let yourself get a little lost in the city, as you wander the streets taking note the of the history embedded in its architecture. See the famous Messina Cathedral — its dome has stood since 1551. Stroll among neoclassical and Art Nouveau sculptures at the Camposanto. And check out the Church of the Santissima Annunziata dei Catalani, a 12th-century church that offers a unique example of Norman architecture, blending Arab, Byzantine and Roman elements.

Aerial view of Sicily (Messina), Italy
Christ the King of Montalto church in Sicily (Messina), Italy
View of the Aeolian Islands off the coast of Messina
Things To Do

in Sicily (Messina)

Orions fountain in Sicily (Messina), Italy

Photographer's Playground

Messina's panoramic views and patchwork of architectural styles are an invitation for the creative photographer. The Neptune and Orione fountains created by Michelangelo's collaborator, Montorsoli are renaissance masterpieces.

An ancient eternal calendar

Dawn of the Duomo

Head to the Astronomical Clock at noon to catch the tower's daily spectacle, starring its bronze statue carousel. The 12th-century Santissima Annunziata Church, Gothic-style Messina Cathedral and the 19th-century Galleria V. Emanuele III span through centuries of architectural diversity.

View of various buildings from a look out point in Messina, Sicily

A Piazza With a View

Once you reach the Sacrario di Cristo Re, you'll discover a panoramic view of the strait and most of Messina. Visit the beautiful temple and the tomb of the unknown soldier during your Sicily cruise. Afterward, walk back down to Piazza Cairoli to Viale San Martino where you can enjoy a refreshing granita, a sorbet-like Sicilian treat.

Three arancinis on a napkin

Local Cuisine

The cuisine here is one of the most antique in Sicily, with influences from Greek and Arabic cultures. Try Messina specialty la ghiotta di pesce stocco, filets of cod or swordfish baked in tomato sauce with potatoes, capers and herbs. Sample Sicilian bucatini, which combines pasta with local sardines and North African-inspired flavors like saffron, pine nuts and raisins. Or hit up the street vendors for arancini, the cheesy balls of fried rice that are the ultimate Sicilian comfort food.

Assorted colorful ceramic souvenirs

Shopping

Shop in local markets for the typical products, such as cheese, figs and marzipan. Visit the Galleria V. Emanuele — the world's oldest active shopping mall, dating back to the 1800s — for artisanal crafts such as coral jewelry, hand-painted glazed ceramics and fine crocheted items. Stop in the small shops off the main roads to see artisans at work during your Sicily cruise.

INSIDER TIP

Messina is a great place to discover by foot; within 10 minutes you can be at the Cathedral.

DAG 4 - DOKKET

Corfu, Greece

ANKOMMER:
10:00 AM
AVREISE:
7:00 PM
IN THE IONIAN

OF THE BEHOLDER

Old Town — which is filled with cafes, shops, restaurants and the Old Fortress — is a must. Close by you'll find the Asian Art Museum, as well as the medieval church Antivouniotissa Basilica. Once you've had your fill of history and culture, take a transfer bus to Paleokastritsa for swimming, pedal boating, kayaking, parasailing and even diving at one of its stunning beaches.

The sun beginning to set on the beach of Palaiokastritsa in Corfu, Greece
Colorful and picturesque street with café and flowers in Corfu, Greece
View of monastery in Palaiokastritsa, a town in Corfu, Greece

Old Town — which is filled with cafes, shops, restaurants and the Old Fortress — is a must. Close by you'll find the Asian Art Museum, as well as the medieval church Antivouniotissa Basilica. Once you've had your fill of history and culture, take a transfer bus to Paleokastritsa for swimming, pedal boating, kayaking, parasailing and even diving at one of its stunning beaches.

The sun beginning to set on the beach of Palaiokastritsa in Corfu, Greece
Colorful and picturesque street with café and flowers in Corfu, Greece
View of monastery in Palaiokastritsa, a town in Corfu, Greece
Things To Do

in Corfu

Statue of general Frederick Adam, in front of the Museum of Asian Art in Corfu, Greece

Palace Paintings

One of the most popular attractions on Corfu, the Asian Art Museum is the only museum in Greece dedicated solely to Asian art. With 15,000 pieces in the collection, you'll be amazed by Japanese antiquities, Buddhist sculpture, Chinese pottery and so much more. The museum itself is a work of art too, and is found in the Palace of Saint Michael and Saint George, a grand structure dating back to the early 1800s.

View of Palaiokastritsa Beach with beautiful flowers and blue sea water on Corfu, Greece

Soothing Sea-nery

Paleokastritsa offers a spectacular combination of beaches, cliffs, orchards, olive groves and even the historic Theotokou Monastery, so you can pack a lot into a visit here. The village lies about 30 minutes from Corfu town and can be reached by bus, bike or taxi. The beaches alone rank among the best in Greece and there are plenty of eateries offering traditional Greek seafood dishes. So if you've never tried octopus, you have to try it during your Corfu cruise vacation.

Statues in front of the pillars of the Achillion Palace in Corfu, Greece

Live Like Gods

Achillion Palace was built in 1890 for a former Austrian Empress, and was later home to Germany's last Emperor, Wilhelm II. Today you'll find evidence of the empress's love for Greek culture, including statues of famous Greek mythological figures such as Zeus, Achilles and Hera. You can also find frescoes and artwork that have been fully restored. Landscaped gardens and sweeping views of the city will take your breath away.

Grilled octopus served with white wine and lemons, on a restaurant in Corfu, Greece

Local Cuisine

Corfu's history — and thus its cuisine — is comprised of many different cultures. One of the greatest influences is Venice, and you won't want to miss Venetian specialties such as sliced veal with vinegar and garlic, various types of fish stew, grilled octopus and plentiful seafood. The fact that you'll be enjoying these dishes while gazing at the sea or strolling in a charming town square makes the dining experience truly magical.

Traditional Greek ceramic pottery with blue floral decorations, on a shop in Corfu, Greece

Shopping

Old Town offers plenty of shopping, including everything from housewares and modern fashion to souvenirs that suit any wallet. If you want something unique to the area, search for ceramic bowls, pitchers, plates and various other items, which are often decorated with designs specific to the island.

INSIDER TIP

Explore one of the many old churches — there are 37 within easy reach — such as the Saint Spyridon Church.

DAG 5 - DOKKET

Dubrovnik, Croatia

ANKOMMER:
7:00 AM
AVREISE:
6:00 PM

CROWN OF CROATIA

Thick 16th-century stone walls encase the entire Old Town of Dubrovnik. But you’ll find boundless adventures among its orange-roofed ramparts. Explore the perfectly preserved Rector’s Palace and enter beloved St. Blaise’s Church. Browse Croatian art and history museums— or kayak crystal blue waters, with the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ shimmering in the distance.

Adriatic idyllic scenery at coastal town Dubrovnik, Croatia
Famous narrow alley of old town Dubrovnik, Croatia
Scenic view in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Thick 16th-century stone walls encase the entire Old Town of Dubrovnik. But you’ll find boundless adventures among its orange-roofed ramparts. Explore the perfectly preserved Rector’s Palace and enter beloved St. Blaise’s Church. Browse Croatian art and history museums— or kayak crystal blue waters, with the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ shimmering in the distance.

Adriatic idyllic scenery at coastal town Dubrovnik, Croatia
Famous narrow alley of old town Dubrovnik, Croatia
Scenic view in Dubrovnik, Croatia
Things To Do

in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik Cathedral and Dubrovnik Museums in the old town of Dubrovnik , Croatia

WALK WITHIN THE WALLS

Take a stroll through the walled-in Old Town to discover a wealth of well-preserved landmarks. Walk across the Pile Gate’s drawbridge and get lost in the buzz of the limestone-paved Stradun. Then glimpse historic churches, medieval sculptures, impressive forts and St. Luke’s Tower watching over the harbor.

Cable Car from the old town to the top of Mount Srd in Dubrovnik, Croatia

A WORLD AWAY

The summit of Mount Srđ delivers the best views in town. Climb winding footpaths (a 90-minute walk from Old Town) or relish a thrilling three-minute cable car ride to the top. Here you can browse museum exhibits housed in 19th-century Fort Imperial and enjoy lunch overlooking the city.

Early morning at Banje beach in Dubrovnik, Croatia

ACTION PACKED ADRIATIC

Soak up Croatia’s picturesque beaches and aquatic adventures in the deep-blue Adriatic Sea. Relax along the pebbled shoreline of Banje Beach. Go scuba diving around the sunken Taranto merchant ship— or hop on a ferry to nearby Lokrum, a serene offshore island with a monastery, fortress and beaches offering panoramic views of Dubrovnik.

Peka, traditional Croatian dish of baked meat and vegetables, from a restaurant in Dubrovnik, Croatia

LOCAL CUISINE

Old Town is packed with seafood restaurants, while Stradun offers a string of outdoor cafés. For regional Dalmatian dishes try pašticada (beef stew), peka (baked meat and vegetables), or zelena menestra (green stew). Slurp down briny oysters from the Pelješac Peninsula or satisfy your sweet tooth with rožata custard pudding. Then take a strong sip of rakija (fruit brandy) to cap off the night.

Close up of extra virgin olive oil and marmalade at market in Dubrovnik, Croatia

SHOPPING

Stradun satisfies all your souvenir needs. Or you can stop by local artisan shops for handmade linens. The necktie was supposedly invented in Croatia, and the Franciscan Monastery sells hand cream made from ancient recipes. You can also buy olive oil from the island of Brač or jewelry featuring Adriatic coral and pearls.

INSIDER TIP

Watch your step: Streets in Old Town can be quite slippery from centuries of wear.

DAG 6 - DOKKET

Zadar, Croatia

ANKOMMER:
7:00 AM
AVREISE:
6:00 PM

FAR FROM FAMILIAR

Zadar is one of Croatia’s best-kept secrets. See its timeworn history among old city walls and Venetian gates. Walk along the waterfront Riva promenade or plunge into turquoise waters off Ugljan Island. Mingle over coffee in People’s Square, bicycle around Old Town, or check out museum exhibits teeming with artifacts. Here, you’ll adventure away from the crowds and discover off-the-radar wonders.

Aerial view of Zadar harbor in Croatia
The Church of St. Donatus in Zadar, Croatia
The Zadar, Croatia skyline

Zadar is one of Croatia’s best-kept secrets. See its timeworn history among old city walls and Venetian gates. Walk along the waterfront Riva promenade or plunge into turquoise waters off Ugljan Island. Mingle over coffee in People’s Square, bicycle around Old Town, or check out museum exhibits teeming with artifacts. Here, you’ll adventure away from the crowds and discover off-the-radar wonders.

Aerial view of Zadar harbor in Croatia
The Church of St. Donatus in Zadar, Croatia
The Zadar, Croatia skyline
Things To Do

in Zadar

Ancient Roman landmarks in Zadar, Croatia

REMNANTS OF AN EMPIRE

Walk around the largest Roman Forum on the Adriatic Sea’s eastern shore. Trace Zadar’s ancient history dating back to the first Roman Emperor Augustus, viewing Roman towers, an old aqueduct, temples and colonnades in the area that’s remained the hub of city life since the 1st century BC.

The famous Sea Organ in Zadar, Croatia

SEASIDE SYMPHONY

Be awed by the world’s only Sea Organ, as you listen to the waves create whistling melodies through a series of underwater pipes and perforated stone stairs. Nearby you can also enjoy the illuminated glass tiles of architect Nikola Bašić’s ‘Greeting to the Sun’ monument, glowing from its solar-sensitive properties.

Aerial view of the Plitvice Lakes in Croatia

HIT THE HINTERLAND

Head away from the coast to explore Croatia’s national parks and outdoor adventures. Go rock climbing in Paklenica National Park and splash around Plitvice Lakes’ watering holes and cascading waterfalls. Discover caverns in Krka National Park— or dive deep into the effervescent waters of Kornati National Park.

Cuttlefish risotto on a plate

Local Cuisine

Whether you dine amid the old city walls or along the picturesque harbor, seafood is served fresh from the Adriatic— salt-baked fish and brodetto (fish casserole) are popular local dishes. Try signatures like crni rižot (cuttlefish ink risotto) or pršut (Dalmatian smoked ham). Zadar is also known for its earthy truffles, fig cake, Croatian white wine and sweet Maraschino cherry liqueur.

Table cloths and knit goods at a street market in Croatia

Shopping

Zadar is home to one of Dalmatia’s largest city markets. Here you’ll find farmers selling salty Pag cheese, olive oil, Croatian wine and fruit brandy— plus local craftspeople hawk homemade lace tablecloths. A handful of boutiques sell Croatian fashions, while Galerija Morsky is widely known for its artwork.

DAG 7 - DOKKET

Koper, Slovenia

ANKOMMER:
7:00 AM
AVREISE:
6:00 PM

Backed by hills of olive groves and vineyards, this historic port is a gateway to medieval Old Towns, seaside resorts and picturesque coastal villages. Travel through scenic countryside to Slovenia's stylish capital of Ljubljana.

Slovenia Koper Town Coast
DAG 8 - Ankomstdato

Venezia, Italia

ANKOMMER:
6:45 AM

ACQUOLINA EVENTYR

Venezias fredfulle kanaler er fulle av eventyr. Nyt en cicchetti i en summende bacaro-bar, og gå av deg av kaloriene på en tur gjennom frodige Giardini Pubblici. Besøk Peggy Guggenheim Collection for å sjekke ut noen av Italias mest berømte, moderne kunstverk. Grip en flaske sprudlende prosecco som du kan nyte på en klassisk gondoltur. Avslutt dagen med sjømat på en restaurant ved kanalen.

A gondola near the Rialto Bridge in Venice
A narrow canal in Venice, Italy
Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy

Venezias fredfulle kanaler er fulle av eventyr. Nyt en cicchetti i en summende bacaro-bar, og gå av deg av kaloriene på en tur gjennom frodige Giardini Pubblici. Besøk Peggy Guggenheim Collection for å sjekke ut noen av Italias mest berømte, moderne kunstverk. Grip en flaske sprudlende prosecco som du kan nyte på en klassisk gondoltur. Avslutt dagen med sjømat på en restaurant ved kanalen.

A gondola near the Rialto Bridge in Venice
A narrow canal in Venice, Italy
Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy
Ting å gjøre

i Venezia

The San Marco basilica in Venice, Italy

I GODT SELSKAP

Oppdag hjertet av Venezia på Markusplassen, hvor du finner utendørs kafeer og flokker av sultne duer. Besøk San Marco-basilikaen for å beundre dets bysantinske arkitektur og gylne mosaikker. Deretter kan du ta en heis til toppen av det 320 meter høye Campanile klokketårnet for en utrolig utsikt over Venezia.

A group riding in a gondola in Venice, Italy

PADLE GJENNOM TIDENE

Et båtcruise er et must når du besøker kanalenes by. Slapp av i en gondol mens du blir rodd over Canale Grande og under den steinbelagte Rialto-broen. Padle din egen kajakk gjennom den venetianske lagunen. Eller ta den motoriserte Vaporetto-vannbussen rundt omkringliggende øyer.

Glass art in Murano, Italy

SE HVORDAN DE GJØR DET

Reis til offshore-øya Murano for å se bak kulissene i en historisk glassblåserfabrikk. Se lokale håndverkere skape unik glasskunst med teknikker fra 1200-tallet. Du kan til og med ta ditt eget mesterverk med hjem fra en av øyas glassutstillingslokaler.

Tables set up at a waterfront café in Venice, Italy

DET LOKALE KJØKKEN

Fersk sjømat fra de omkringliggende lagunene står øverst på mange venetianske menyer. Prøv Fritto Misto (lett stekt sjømat) eller Risotto Frutti di Mare (havets frukter). Ettermiddags-cicchetti (små retter) består av kjøttboller og bruschetta, mens baicoli (tynne ovale kjeks) og fregolotta (mandelkake) tilfredsstille dessertelskere. Kos deg med en bellini på Harry's Bar, fødestedet til den kjente, italienske drinken.

Assorted gondlorier's hat souvenirs

SHOPPING

En rekke suvenirbutikker ligger langs Canale Grande, men sjekk ut bakgatene for å handle lokalt håndverk. Kjøp noen autentiske venetianske perlesmykker, skrivebøker i marmorert papir og langnesede karnevalmasker. Burano er kjent for sine håndlagde blondeprodukter, mens håndblåst Murano-glass selges i form av vaser, smykker og dekorasjoner til hjemmet.

INSIDER TIP

Hold utkikk etter menyene merket med stjerner. Dette betyr at sjømaten er fryst og ikke er fersk.

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