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4 nights from Venice (Italy) with MSC Sinfonia

Greek islands: Italy, Greece

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Cruise code SX20240421VCEPIR
21 Apr 2024
from AED 1,798.54
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Cruise itinerary

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    Sunday, 21 April 2024 - 04:00
    Venice chevron_right
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    Monday, 22 April 2024 04:00 - 10:00
    Brindisi chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 23 April 2024 -- --
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    Wednesday, 24 April 2024 09:00 - 08:00
    Mykonos chevron_right
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    Thursday, 25 April 2024 07:00
    Il Pireo chevron_right


Setting sail from Venice on a cruise ship is unique and unforgettable. Discover all the cruises that depart from Venice for a great start to your holiday!

Venice it is one of the golden destinations of our age. A unique city of 120 islands, with an ancient history and endless waterways, it attracts a constant flow of tourists from all over the world to see its inspiring architecture and navigate its canals.

There are many souvenirs you can bring home from Venice, but the most lasting memory will be your impression of the city itself.



Many cruise ships, whose destination are Greek Islands, Croatia and Venice, set sail from Bari. On Taoticket you will find all departures on offer from Brindisi for a fairytale cruise in the Adriatic Sea.
Located in Salento plain along the Adriatic Sea, Brindisi has a magnificent natural port. The province of Brindisi stretches from the coast to the Adriatic Sea and includes areas of great historical interest. For instance, Via Traiana, the eastern part of the Itria Valley or the Roman road of Via Appia, the oldest road of the Roman Empire. In addition, Greece, Turkey and Albania can be easily reached from Brindisi by sea. The main trade traffic concerns coal, fuel oil, natural gas and chemicals.

If your cruise ship sets sail from Brindisi, do not miss the opportunity to visit this beautiful city in Puglia. We recommend you to visit the church of San Benedetto with its bell tower in Apulian Romanesque style, built around 1090 for the Benedictine nuns of Salento.

Do not a performance of the traditional dance of these lands: the pizzica. Its origins date back to the the cult of tarantismo, the belief that some women suffering from hysteria had been bitten by a tarantula. The only way to recover was to dance the pizzica continuously for days accompanied by the rhythm of tambourines, violins and mandolins. Nowadays pizzica is often still danced by young and old locals. There are many shows and artistic events you can attend, especially in the summer months. The traditional cuisine of Brindisi is made up of peasant elements such as barley flour and rich in blue fish, once undervalued but very nutritious. Stop here and try the famous fish soup with a glass of Negroamaro and your cruise will be tastier.



Il Pireo

Il Pireo

Piraeus is the gateway to Greece

Piraeus, located almost 12 kilometers from Athens, is the main port of Greece and one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean. This port city, with its long history and its strategic position, represents the gateway for those who want to explore the wonders of both antique and modern Greece.

When visit Piraeus: Climate and Seasonality

Pireo has a Mediterranean climate with hot and dry summers and mild winters. The best time to visit the city is undoubtedly spring and autumn when temperatures are pleasant and days are sunny. In summer, Piraeusoffer numerous open-air activities, such as walks along the coast and visits archaeological sites, while in winter it is possible to enjoy a quieter and more relaxed atmosphere.

Must-see attractions in Piraeus

Piraeus boasts a rich history and numerous must-see attractions. These include the Archaeological Museum, which houses an extraordinary collection of artefacts from all over Greece, and the Temple of Poseidon, an impressive archaeological site overlooking the sea. Cruise passengers should not miss a visit to the Naval Museum, which tells the maritime history of Greece, and a stroll along the Promenade, the waterfront promenade that offers a splendid view of the Acropolis of Athens. Furthermore, Piraeus is an excellent starting point for excursions to Athens and the surrounding Greek islands.

Local cuisine and typical products of Piraeus

The cuisine of the Piraeus is strongly influenced by its maritime vocation, with its wide selection of fish and seafood. Among local dishes emerge the Psarosoupa, a soup made of fish, and the Garides Saganaki, Greek-style prawns. Furthermore, do not miss specialities of Greek cuisine such as the Moussaka, the Dolmades and the Tzatziki. Cruise passengers can also taste renowned Greek wines and buy local handicrafts such as ceramics, textiles and jewellery.

Discover the best of Greece on board a cruise from Piraeus

Piraeus represents an ideal starting point for a cruise to discover the wonders of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean. Embarking on board of a cruise that depart from Piraeus means having the opportunity to visit iconic destinations such as Greek Islands, Cyprus and Israel, admiring breathtaking landscapes, exploring archaeological sites and living unique cultural experiences at every stops of your holiday. If you decide to sail for Cicladi, the Ionian Islands or Turkey, a cruise from Piraeus will offer you unforgettable memories and you will discover the best of Greece and Mediterranean.