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Desire Rome-Athens 2021
Cabin Type Price
Club World Owners Suite $29,789.00
Club Ocean Suite $27,454.00
Club Spa Suite $16,943.00
Club Continent Suite $9,816.00
Club Oceanview Stateroom $8,330.00
Club Veranda Plus Stateroom $8,330.00
Club Veranda Stateroom $7,642.00
Club Oceanview Stateroom $6,621.00
Club Interior Stateroom $5,330.00

Rates in $USD per Cabin based on Double occupancy
Taxes and Tips: extra.

Prices are per cabin per stay in $USD. Deposit necessary when booking. Payment plan is available. All Staterooms will have a one time additional charge of $350.00 (USD ) p/p, and all Suites $400.00(USD ) p/p; (not included in above prices); this will be added to final payment. This covers - Port Charges, Taxes, Document Fees, Gratuities, Administration & Security Fees. We strongly encourage cruise Protection Insurance.

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Desire Cruise Lisbon 2021
Cabin Type Price
Club World Owners Suite $34,059.00
Club Ocean Suite $31,390.00
Club Spa Suite $19,377.00
Club Continent Suite $11,024.00
Club Veranda Plus Stateroom $9,911.00
Club Veranda Stateroom $9,033.00
Club Oceanview Stateroom $7,481.00
Club Interior Stateroom $5,989.00

Rates in $USD per Cabin based on Double occupancy
Taxes and Tips: extra.

Prices are per cabin per stay in $USD. Deposit necessary when booking. Payment plan is available. All Staterooms will have a one time additional charge of $350.00 (USD ) p/p, and all Suites $400.00(USD ) p/p; (not included in above prices); this will be added to final payment. This covers - Port Charges, Taxes, Document Fees, Gratuities, Administration & Security Fees. We strongly encourage cruise Protection Insurance.

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romeDay 1 - Porto Civitavecchia - Eternally Enchanting Rome October 9, 2021

Rome, Italy.  Rome Has Something Special To Offer, No Matter Your Interests Or Tastes

Whether you daydream about fighting the gladiators in the Coliseum, debating with the senators in the Forum, tossing a coin in the fabled Trevi Fountain, or being awestruck by the magnificence of St. Peter’s Basilica and Michelangelo’s masterpieces, Rome seems to live up to its sobriquet as the Eternal City

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Colosseum of Rome

Colosseum

The Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy. Built of travertine limestone, tuff, and brick-faced concrete, it was the largest amphitheatre ever built at the time and held 50,000 spectators. Walk on the same cobblestone roads as julius Caesar! 

 

St. Peter’s Basilica

st peters

St Peter’s Basilica in Rome is one of the world’s holiest catholic shrines, visited by thousands of pilgrims and tourists every month. Built upon the tomb of St Peter, this splendid church is a magnificent must-see for visitors to Rome.

The history behind the creation of St. Peter’s Cathedral in Rome is almost as amazing as the building itself. After the first Basilica was knocked down, it took over 100 years to rebuild, and some of the most famous architects of the time contributed to its design. If you are planning a visit to Rome, then you can’t miss St Peter’s Basilica. Situated in the Vatican City, you can visit the Basilica and also the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums.

 

The Pantheon

The Pantheon

The mighty Pantheon stands as one of the best preserved ancient Roman buildings in the world and is one of Rome’s most famous attractions. Constructed in 118 AD by emperor Hadrian, the building that stands today was actually built on the site where an earlier temple stood that was commissioned by Agrippa.

 

Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain

There are not many other fountains in the world as lavishly decorated and sculptured as the Trevi fountain. Constructed in 1762 by Nicola Salvi, the fountain pays tribute to the Roman God Oceanus who can be seen riding his chariot pulled by Tritons and taming several Hippocampus. The detail of the sculptures is simply wonderful and the whole facade and fountain are a true work of art.

 

 

Desire Cruise- Rome - Sorrento - Sircusa -  Santorini - Kusadasi - Mykonos - Athens

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sorrento italyDay 2 - SORRENTO, ITALY - SWEET, SUNNY SORRENTO October 10, 2021

If You Love To Eat, You’ll Find The Dining Experience Here Second To None. Lemon Is The Star In
Sorrento’s Cuisine; It’s In Everything: Risotto, Olive Oil, Gelato, And Of Course, Limoncello.

The little town of Sorrento (you'll hear it called Surriento in the local dialect) sits amid lemon and orange groves on the south side of the Bay of Naples, surrounded by craggy cliffs that rise 55 meters above the sea.  With its many pedestrian-only streets, Sorrento is a lovely city to explore on foot, but if you really want to see Sorrento, you’re going to have to travel vertically since most of the town is set up on the cliffs. To get to the top, you can hop on a minibus, take the lift, or go on a short but steep hike.book now

 The isle of Capri, the playground of the rich and famous, is looking out from Sorrento, in the Gulf of Naples. Well known for its sparkling Blue Grotto, Capri is easily and quickly reached.

Marina Grande and Marina Piccola

Marina Grande and Marina Piccola

The two harbors, Marina Grande and Marina Piccola, extend along the steep coast. In terms of boats arriving and departing, Marina Grande, which means large, is actually smaller than Marina Piccola, but more interesting for tourists. Its waterfront has a boardwalk atmosphere, lined by seafood restaurants with terraces overlooking the water, and if you step away from the beach and swimming piers lined with sunbathers, you'll find a little fishing village. Fishermen still unload their boats here in the morning to supply the restaurants.

 

 Cloister of San Francesco

Cloister of SanFrancesco

The monastery dedicated to St. Francis dates to the early eighth century, and its highlight is the late-13th-century cloister. On two sides are crossed arches of tufa, and the other two have round arches above octagonal columns. As in other Sorrento buildings, look for pieces of earlier structures - three of the corner columns were once part of pagan temples.

 

Bagni della Regina Giovanna

Bagni della Regina Giovanna

At the point of Capo di Sorrento are the ruins of a Roman villa, the Villa Pollio Felice, dating from the first century BC, and one of the unique things to do in Sorrento is to swim in the beautiful natural pool below it. Separated from the sea by a rock arch, the pool is surrounded by steep rock cliffs. You can get here by boat or by a path from the road (a bus will bring you from the center of town or it's a half-hour walk); a walkway leads across the bridge formed by the natural arch. Although there are plenty of beaches in Sorrento, swimming here is an unforgettable experience.

 

Basilica of Sant'Antonino

Basilica of SantAntonino

The ninth-century oratory dedicated to Sorrento's patron saint Sant'Antonino - St. Anthony Abbot - developed into a church in the 11th century. Today, you can find Roman columns and other pieces recycled from earlier buildings. Don't miss seeing the crypt, where grateful people have brought silver votive offerings, and others, primitive paintings in thanks for being saved from disasters at sea. Perhaps St. Antonino's fame for sea rescues stems from the story of his saving a Sorrento child who had been swallowed by a whale; inside the church you'll see bones that are believed to be from the same greedy whale.

 

 

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