• Passengers booked
    220000+
    • Twin Cabin from
    • $3,858
    • per person view
    • Quad Cabin from
    • $2,611
    • per person view

Set sail from Civitavecchia (Rome) on your 8 night Amalfi Sicily And Greece Cruise onboard the magnificent Azamara Journey. Your 9 day cruise visits 8 ports of call including Civitavecchia (Rome), Sorrento, Amalfi, Siracusa, Valletta, Chania (Crete), Thira (Santorini), Athens.

Sailing Dates
Departs: Mon, Oct 2 2017
Arrives: Tue, Oct 10 2017
Cruise code: JR08M046
Package Includes
  • Choice of dining options - main restaurant, Discoveries, or one of our the specialty restaurants*
    *Specialty dining surcharge applies for non suite guests.
  • Ship bars and dining rooms offering complimentary select standard spirits, international beers and a changing daily selection of red and white wines by the glass.
  • Onboard gratuities to stateroom attendants, dining and bar staff
  • Selected entertainment onboard the ship
  • Complimentary self service laundry
  • Shuttle service to and from ports, where available
  • Azamazing Evenings - complimentary onshore events unique to every voyage.
  • Concierge services for personal guidance and reservations
  • Gym & some of the fitness classes
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Bonus Offer!
  • All Inclusive Cruising: Complimentary drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic); Gratuities; Aza-Mazing Evenings; Laundry; Port Shuttle Services where available plus more

Set sail from Civitavecchia (Rome) on your 8 night Amalfi Sicily And Greece Cruise onboard the magnificent Azamara Journey. Your 9 day cruise visits 8 ports of call including Civitavecchia (Rome), Sorrento, Amalfi, Siracusa, Valletta, Chania (Crete), Thira (Santorini), Athens.

Sailing Dates
Departs: Mon, Oct 2 2017
Arrives: Tue, Oct 10 2017
Cruise code: JR08M046
Inclusions
  • Choice of dining options - main restaurant, Discoveries, or one of our the specialty restaurants*
    *Specialty dining surcharge applies for non suite guests.
  • Ship bars and dining rooms offering complimentary select standard spirits, international beers and a changing daily selection of red and white wines by the glass.
  • Onboard gratuities to stateroom attendants, dining and bar staff
  • Selected entertainment onboard the ship
  • Complimentary self service laundry
  • Shuttle service to and from ports, where available
  • Azamazing Evenings - complimentary onshore events unique to every voyage.
  • Concierge services for personal guidance and reservations
  • Gym & some of the fitness classes
+ show more
Bonus Offer!
  • All Inclusive Cruising: Complimentary drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic); Gratuities; Aza-Mazing Evenings; Laundry; Port Shuttle Services where available plus more
Select further info:
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Civitavecchia (Rome) - Depart: Mon, Oct 2, 2017 @ 17:00
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Sorrento - Arrive: Tue, Oct 3, 2017 @ 07:30
Depart: Tue, Oct 3, 2017 @ 23:00
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Amalfi - Arrive: Wed, Oct 4, 2017 @ 08:00
Depart: Wed, Oct 4, 2017 @ 18:00
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Siracusa - Arrive: Thu, Oct 5, 2017 @ 12:00
Depart: Thu, Oct 5, 2017 @ 21:00
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Valletta - Arrive: Fri, Oct 6, 2017 @ 08:30
Depart: Fri, Oct 6, 2017 @ 23:00
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At Sea - Sat, Oct 7, 2017
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Chania (Crete) - Arrive: Sun, Oct 8, 2017 @ 09:00
Depart: Sun, Oct 8, 2017 @ 22:00
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Thira (Santorini) - Arrive: Mon, Oct 9, 2017 @ 08:00
Depart: Mon, Oct 9, 2017 @ 18:00
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Athens - Arrive: Tue, Oct 10, 2017 @ 05:00
 
Total length of cruise: 8 - nights

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
Rome has something special to offer to all visitors, no matter their interests and tastes. Whether you daydream about fighting with gladiators in the Coliseum, debating with togaed senators in the Forum, tossing a coin in a fabled 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.
When you need sustenance, today’s Rome will provide delizioso pasta e vino. Or perhaps you draw strength from a little retail therapy—the Italians are also renowned for their sense of style.

Sorrento, Italy
A warming sun and gentle sea breezes have been attracting visitors to this fair spot for two millennia. Its reputation as a playground of the ancient rich and famous resulted in the building of lavish villas and palaces, an emperor relocated to the Isle of Capri nearby, and over the centuries it has been a haven for artists and artisans, writers and poets, politicians and philosophers, and all manner of aristocrats.
The massive eruption of nearby Vesuvius in AD 79 caused considerable damage, but the resulting volcanic ash is responsible for Sorrento’s modern day fertility, thriving olive orchards, and excellent wine.

Amalfi, Italy
This locale requires a camera with lots of memory. Wedged into the mouth of a ravine, encircled by sheer cliffs and facing blue waters, it is hard to believe that this tranquil little town was once a great naval power.
Now, terraced hillsides support lemon groves, where the region’s famed limoncello is produced. Taste this delightfully sweet liqueur after a foray along the Amalfi Coast, a thrilling ride snaking along hillsides past unbelievably stunning views of other pastel hamlets perched above the sea.

Siracusa, Sicily, Italy
Siracusa is known for the archaeological and historical sights that define its grand past, as one of the major powers of the Mediterranean world in the 5th century BC.
They include a Greek theater, still in use, where Aeschylus produced some of his plays; a dramatic necropolis with burial niches cut into the rock that include the tomb of Archimedes, famous mathematician, engineer, and inventor; and the Ear of Dionysus, a cave with amazing acoustical properties.
The “modern” city was rebuilt in Sicilian Baroque style after the devastating earthquake of 1693.

Valletta, Malta
Tiny Malta, smack dab in the middle of the Mediterranean and on everyone's route since ships began to ply the seas, is packed with history from top to bottom. Over time it was ruled by a variety of empires, all of which contributed to the look and culture of the islands. Valetta is living museum of baroque architecture, constructed by the Knights of St. John five centuries ago.
Today the city is also a dynamic hub of cultural and commercial activity, its harbor now welcoming luxury yachts and cruise ships.

Chania, Crete, Greece
On the northwest side of Crete rests the old Venetian port of Chania, the second largest city on the island. Inhabited since the Neolithic era, Chania is a modern city built over the ruins of the ancient city of Kydonia.
Stroll through the old city and see how it has been touched by the intersection of diverse civilizations throughout history, with a mixture of Greek, Venetian, and Ottoman influences on every corner: Minoan ruins, Byzantine churches, and impressive frescos. The Archaeological Museum of Chania houses an extensive collection of Minoan and Roman artifacts, and with replicas of ships dating back to the Bronze Age, the Naval Museum is a great way to explore the ages of Chania.
Discover the Byzantine collection in the restored Venetian Church of San Salvadore, or venture to the nearby national park and hike the Samaria Gorge. Local handicrafts make for great shopping or relax at a seaside restaurant and cafe.

Santorini, Greece
Your daydream of a Greek island meets reality in Santorini—its whitewashed villages cling to cliff sides, and bright blue roofs reflect the sea and sky. So beautiful is it, that you can almost believe the myths that claim it as the birthplace of gods.
Born itself as a volcanic cone, the island blew its top in 1450 BC, its center sank, and it assumed its current crescent shape, outlined by three main islands. The capital, Fira, a pedestrian haven with narrow, meandering cobblestone lanes, is reachable only by cable car, donkey, or for the fit and fearless, a flight of 600 steps.

Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Athens has quite a reputation to live up to. Named for Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, the city is credited with being the cradle of European civilization and birthplace of democracy. Ruins and relics of its glory days are scattered throughout the modern city, popping up where you least expect them. Its crowning glory is the Acropolis, perched atop a hillside, and covered in carved and columned temples of varying degrees of antiquity.
Not quite so old is the Plaka, an appealing neighborhood for a stroll down cobblestone streets, past old mansions and a plethora of outdoor tavernas ideal for watching the world go by, while munching tasty Greek snacks.

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