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    2022 Domes of Discovery Cruise
    22 nights
    from $7,850* per person twin share
    Exclusive to TravelManagers: up to $1,350 shipboard credit + 50% reduced deposit
    What fuels your creative fire; art, history or music? Or simply a stunning view? You’re sure to be inspired on this extended voyage with breathtaking port stops and an overnight stay in Jerusalem and Venice.
    Package inclusions: Pricing and bonus inclusions:

    Package inclusions:

    Pricing and bonus inclusions:

    Package inclusions:

    Package inclusions:

    • 22 nights accommodation on board Oceania Cruises’ Nautica
    • Wi-Fi on board
    • Pre-paid gratuities
    • Dining at all specialty restaurants
    • Room service dining 24 hours a day
    • Unlimited soft drinks, coffees, teas and juices
    • Still & sparkling Vero® water
    • Shuttle service from ship to city centre in many ports of call – a daily value of up to US$50 per guest
    • Access to new Aquamar Spa and Vitality Center

    10 new ports in Oceania Cruises’ 2022 Europe and North America collection – read more

    Pricing and bonus inclusions:

    Pricing and bonus inclusions:

    Choose your room:

    • Inside Stateroom – $7,850
    • Veranda Stateroom – $12,210
    • Penthouse Suite – $16,950


    Exclusive $150 shipboard credit + 50% reduced deposit.


    Choose one additional OLIFE Choice amenity^:

    • US$1,200 shipboard credit
    • 12 free shore excursions
    • Free house beverage package
    Valid for travel
    4 September 2022 departure. Subject to availability. Speak to your personal travel manager about other departures.
    Offer expires
    3 Dec 2020 unless sold prior


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    Day 1

    Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel (embark 1pm)

    Your cruise begins.

    Shore excursions on the first and last day of a cruise are available for guests who are combining back-to-back voyages to create a longer cruise. Speak to your personal travel manager if you are interested in this option.

    Day 2

    Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel

    Visit the land of miracles – Galilee, the Jordan River, the Mount of the Beatitudes and Tabgha. Venture to Nazareth, home of the young Jesus. See the largest hanging gardens in the world at the Bahai Gardens of Haifa. Or visit the Nahalal Moshav, a commune established in 1921 by Jewish immigrants.

    Day 3

    Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel

    For Christians, Jews and Muslims, Jerusalem is one of the holiest cities on earth, and it is also one of the oldest. Early Bronze Age tools and writings show that Jerusalem has been settled since the 4th millennium B.C. Marvel at the beauty of the Dome of the Rock and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the walled Old City of Jerusalem, as you stroll through winding streets where people have lived for centuries.

    Day 4

    Limassol, Cyprus

    Limassol is the jumping-off point to explore the ancient riches of Cyprus. See ruins, majestic mountains and scenery, stunning beaches, and vast groves of lemons, oranges and olives. Visit Lemesos Castle, where Richard the Lionheart married Berengaria of Navarre and its fascinating museum. Or stroll through ancient Curium and admire its stunning mosaics, theatre, basilica and panoramic views over the sea. Venture inland to Nicosia and its wonders like the Cathedral of St. John, the Venetian fortifications, a restored old town and mosque, and the Cyprus Museum.

    Day 5

    Rhodes, Greece

    Enjoy a walking tour of the old fortified city and stand in awe of the impressive Grand Master’s Palace. See where the Colossus of Rhodes once stood and savour the charm of this remarkable walled town. Or drive along the scenic coast to Lindos. Enjoy the whitewashed little town and climb to the ancient acropolis, its temples and wonderful views.

    Day 6

    Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey

    Meander through the ruins of ancient Ephesus and marvel at the famed Library of Celsus, the huge amphitheatre, the marble roads with their chariot marks, the amazing mosaic sidewalks and the superb, rarely opened Terrace Houses. Or journey to three monumental cities of antiquity – Priene, Miletus and Didyma – renowned for their majestic temples and impressive, beautifully preserved stadiums.

    Day 7

    Syros, Greece

    Take a peek inside the stunning Church of the Resurrection, people-watch in Miaouli Square and then climb the winding streets of Ermoupoli to Ano Syros for fantastic views of the sea. Or dip your feet in the water at one of the many beaches. Galissas and Megas Gialos are popular with locals, while Possidonia offers a long stretch of pristine sand perfect for strolling and exploring.

    Day 8

    Athens (Piraeus), Greece

    Climb up the magnificent Acropolis and stand in awe of the Parthenon, the beautiful temples and the view over Athens stretched out before you. See city highlights including the new and old Olympic stadiums. Journey to Cape Sounion and the temple of Poseidon overlooking the sea, or visit ancient Corinth and the narrow Corinth Canal cut through miles of solid rock.

    Day 9

    At sea

    Day 10

    Tirana (Durres), Albania

    Tour the National Museum of History with archaeological artifacts going back as far as 100,000 years or jump ahead a few millennia and relive the Byzantine era at the Fortress of Justinian. Examine everything from modern art to 800-year-old religious icons at the National Art Gallery or climb the city’s clock tower for fabulous views.

    Day 11

    Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Enjoy a walk through this famous walled medieval city and its exquisite Venetian monuments. See the Franciscan monastery and explore the Rector’s Palace and the cathedral. Or explore the countryside with a visit to lovely Cavtat, an enchanting seaside resort that began life as a Greek and then a Roman colony. Then visit a local family in a Konavle Valley village and enjoy their hospitality over a traditional welcome of brandy and figs with a serenade by local musicians.

    Day 12

    Venice, Italy

    Savour the majestic beauty of this amazing city as you glide along its canals and under its bridges, opulent palazzi and elegant churches lining the route. Discover Venice’s secret quarters down narrow alleys opening into spacious campos. Admire the Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica. Visit lovely Burano and the glass factories on Murano. Or enjoy the scenic countryside with its stunning Palladian villas.

    Day 13

    Venice, Italy

    Day 14

    Split, Croatia

    Sometime around 300 A.D., Roman Emperor Diocletian built his retirement palace on one of the loveliest spots on the Adriatic Sea. Today his palace has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of Split, the city that grew up around it. Split is now Croatia’s second-largest city, and much of it sits on a beautiful peninsula on the island of Ciovo, a jewel on the Dalmatian Coast. Many intriguing relics from the Roman, Greek colonial and Medieval periods can be found in Split’s archaeological museum, which was founded in 1820, making it Croatia’s oldest museum. One of the top outdoor attractions is the green oasis of Marjan Forest Park with its Split Zoo. There are also plenty of fine beaches nearby.

    Day 15

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Kotor is a beautiful walled medieval city of twisting, pink-paved streets, markets and architecture reflecting Byzantine to Venetian influences. Stroll through the compact old town, admire the impressive walls and tour the imposing St. Tryphon Cathedral, consecrated in 1166.

    Day 16

    Igoumenitsa, Greece

    An undiscovered gem on the northwest coast of Greece, Igoumenitsa stands on the site of a settlement dating to the 4th century BC, and several ancient sites are located nearby. Founded in 31 BC, the archaeological site Nikopolis was once a thriving capital built by the Roman emperor Octavian to commemorate his victory over Anthony and Cleopatra. You can also visit Meteora with its spectacular 15th-century monasteries built into seemingly inaccessible sandstone peaks.

    Day 17

    Argostoli (Cephalonia), Greece

    This capital of the island of Cephalonia resides in a sheltered bay along Koutavos Lagoon, where you might catch a glimpse of a loggerhead turtle. The stone obelisk of the Drapano Bridge and the Lighthouse of Saint Theodore are two of the island’s distinctive landmarks. Discover relics from the Mycenaean, Hellenistic and Roman periods in the city’s archaeological museum.

    Day 18

    Taormina (Sicily), Italy

    Enjoy magnificent panoramic views on the way up to the town, where you can stroll down medieval lanes past stunning palaces. See the famed Greek theatre and its fantastic view of Mount Etna. Or take a trip to the volcano itself and get a first-hand look at cones, craters and lava streams from previous eruptions and a fantastic view over the Gulf of Catania. Venture into the countryside and its lovely hill towns, one with a Norman castle built of black lava, and visit beautiful old Catania.

    Day 19

    Amalfi/Positano, Italy

    Visit enchanting Amalfi to admire the 12th century Capuchin monastery and see the beautiful 11th-century cathedral and cloister. Then discover chic Positano with its relaxed, sophisticated air and white Moorish-style houses clinging to steep slopes around a sparkling bay filled with colourful fishing boats.

    Day 20

    Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

    Travel to Rome and revel in the magnificent monuments, from the ancient Roman Forum and Coliseum to the splendour of St. Peter’s Basilica with Michelangelo’s Pietà and his breathtaking frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. Or enjoy a drive through the lush farmlands of the Roman countryside to lovely medieval Castelgandolfo.

    Day 21

    Portofino, Italy

    Stroll through picturesque Portofino and Santa Margherita. Be awed by the stunning scenery as you explore the beautiful coastal resorts of Ravello, Sestri Levante or San Fruttuoso by local boat and on foot.

    Day 22

    Provence (Marseille), France

    See the sights and enjoy the views of historic old Marseille and visit the charming fishing port of Cassis. Or venture into the celebrated Provençal countryside with its fields of lavender and sunflowers. Explore lovely Aix or stroll through Avignon and its Papal Palace and the hilltop village of Les Baux.

    Day 23

    Barcelona, Spain (disembark 8am)

    Your cruise ends in Barcelona this morning.

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    * Conditions

    Advertised prices are per person twin share, cruise only (unless stated otherwise), include all taxes, port fees and onboard gratuities, are correct at time of publication, are subject to availability and may change at any time without notification due to fluctuations in charges, taxes and currency. A Cruise Ship Fuel Surcharge may apply. Offer is valid on new bookings only. ^Exclusive $150 shipboard credit + 50% reduced deposit + additional extras:  Book with your personal travel manager by 3 December 2020 to receive a bonus $150 shipboard credit per stateroom over and above the OLife choice amenity chosen as part of the voyage inclusions. OLife Choice package includes free pre-paid gratuities, free Wi-Fi for one device per stateroom (does not include streaming), plus one free amenity: free shore excursions, free house beverage package or additional free shipboard credit. Choice amenities are per stateroom, based on double occupancy and subject to change. Guests in the same stateroom must choose the same OLife Choice amenity and amenity must be chosen by final payment. OLife Choice Free Shore Excursions vary by voyage and exclude Oceania Select, Oceania Exclusive, Executive Collection, Food and Wine Trails, Wellness Discovery Tours by Aquamar, Go Local, and Culinary Discovery Tours. If shore excursion amenity is selected, all excursions must be chosen at least 14 days prior to sailing. OLife Choice Beverage Package amenity includes unlimited house wines, champagnes, and beers at lunch and dinner. Free Shipboard Credits are USD per stateroom, based on double occupancy and cannot be redeemed for cash or used for a further discount off cruise fare; it may be used for onboard services only and any unused credit will be forfeited at the end of the cruise. Other conditions may apply. Please view the TravelManagers general terms and conditions here and contact your personal travel manager for more details.

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