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Romance in Paris & Venice

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Romance in Paris & Venice

Enjoy an unforgettable rendez-vous and find the Romance in Paris & Venice in this 8 nights cruise holiday. There are no prizes guessing why couples make a pilgrimage to the French & Italian Capitals of love. The alluring beauty of its charming cobblestone streets; the architectural inspiration and picturesque sunsets makes for a dreamy getaway with your loved one. Combine your passion for sightseeing with your desire for the ocean and embark on a dazzling journey to Zadar; Kotor and Ravenna on board the MSC Opera before returning back to Venice.

Package Includes:

Return Flights & Taxes from Johannesburg
2 Nights Hotel Stay in Paris
2 Nights Hotel Stay in Venice
4 Nights Full Board Cruise with MSC OPERA
Gratuities, Port Taxes & Baggage Charges

Call 0861 11 33 88 to book

MSC Opera

Dining

The gourmet dining is out of this world, offering an ever-changing array of Mediterranean and International specialities, all freshly prepared from the finest ingredients, with authentic pizzas and gala surprises to further ring the changes.

Entertainment

With so many different kinds of entertainment to choose from, the excitement never ends.
The rich designer venues on this stunning ship will complement your every mood, raising your pulse in the Montecarlo Casino, relaxing in the La Cabala Piano Bar, gyrating to the beats in the Byblos Disco or thrilling to the live shows in the Teatro dell’Opera Theatre. Kids just love the Buffalo Bill Play Centre and club, while Teens get virtual reality gaming and their own exclusive club for a stunning social life at sea.

Spa & Relaxation

Fitness is another pleasure well served on board, with a double Pool Complex complete with whirlpool baths, a gym, power walking track, minigolf, shuffleboard, sauna, Turkish bath and MSC Aurea Spa wellness centre offering superb massages to soothe you into bliss.

Inside Cabin

Single beds that can be converted into double bed on request. Note: this is not always possible when cabins are occupied by disabled passengers. Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with shower. Hair dryer. Towels. Shampoo and Shower gel. English TV Channel. Interactive TV. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Size: approx. 13 square metres.

Outside Cabin

Single beds that can be converted into double bed (on request). Bathroom with shower. Hair dryer. Towels. Shampoo and Shower gel. Interactive TV. English TV Channel.Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Size: approx 13 square metres.

Balcony Cabin

Single beds that can be converted into double bed (on request). Bathroom with shower. Hair dryer. Towels. Shampoo and Shower gel. Interactive TV. English TV Channel. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Size approx 13sq.m.

Suite

Double bed that can be converted into two single beds (on request). Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with tub. Hair dryer. Towels. Shampoo and Shower gel. Interactive TV. English TV Channel. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Size: approx 27 square metres.

Prices

  • Inside: R 26 999 pps
  • Outside: R 28 999 pps
  • Balcony: R 30 999 pps




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23 - 24 October 2019,Paris, France

2 Nights Hotel Stay in Paris
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25 - 26 October 2019,Venice, Italy

2 Nights Hotel Stay in Venice
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27 October 2019,Venice, Italy

Certainly these are the most dramatic structures in Venice: the first a mosaic-clad emblem of Venice’s Byzantine origins, the second perhaps the finest of all secular Gothic buildings. But you would be rewarded for visiting every parish: a roll-call of the churches worth visiting would feature over fifty names, and a list of the important paintings and sculptures they contain would be twice as long. Enjoy your cruise holiday in Venice walking in Piazza San Marco: the only piazza in Venice, all other squares being campi or campielli. Its parades, festivities and markets have always drawn visitors, the biggest attraction once being the trade fair known as the Fiera della Sensa, which kept the Piazza buzzing for the fortnight following the Ascension Day ceremony of the Marriage of Venice to the Sea; nowadays the Piazza is the focal point of the Carnevale shenanigans. The coffee shops of the Piazza were a vital component of eighteenth-century high society, and the two survivors from that period – Florian and Quadri – are still the most expensive in town. The glass-blowing industry is what made Murano famous all over Europe, and today its furnaces constitute Venice’s sole surviving manufacturing zone.
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28 October 2019,Zadar, Croatia

Zadar is one of the runaway success stories of the Croatian Adriatic, combining ancient and medieval heritage with a bustling café life, a vibrant bar scene and the kind of go-ahead architectural projects (such as the Sea Organ) that give the seafront the appearance of a contemporary art installation. Discover that the collective name for a series of interlocking squares that forms Zadar’s centre, the Forum is the site of the original Roman marketplace – although little original now remains. Much of the original stone from the Forum found its way into the ninth-century St Donat’s Church, a hulking cylinder of stone built – according to tradition. The twelfth- and-thirteenth-century Cathedral of St Anastasia is a perfect example of the late Romanesque style instead, with an arcaded west front reminiscent of the churches of Tuscany.
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29 October 2019,Kotor, Montenegro

Though no longer Europe’s best-kept secret, Kotor’s sudden elevation to the tour-cruise league has failed to dim the timeless delights of its cobbled alleyways and secluded piazzas. Enclosing cafés and churches galore, the town walls are themselves glowered down upon by a series of hulking peaks.
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30 October 2019,Ravenna, Italy

A holiday to Ravenna is unthinkable without a visit to Basilica di Sant’Apollinare Nuovo. Built by Theodoric in the sixth century, it contains some of Ravenna’s most impressive mosaics, running the length of both sides of the nave. Each shows a line of martyrs processing through avenues of date palms and bearing gifts for Christ and the Virgin enthroned.

31 October 2019,Venice, Italy

Disembarkation

MSC Opera

TONNAGE: 65 591 t PASSENGERS: 2679 CREW: 728 LENGTH: 274,9 m BEAM: 32 m HEIGHT: 54 m

Additional Info

  • Departing : 22 October, 2019
  • Duration : 8 Nights
  • From: R 26 999 pps

Contact Details

Telephone 0861 11 33 88
Monday to Friday: 9 AM – 5 PM

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