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Cruise Journey of Biblical Italy, Greece & Turkey

07-19 May 2020 onboard Explorer of the Seas

Follow his steps on a Journey of a Lifetime


Embark on a Biblical journey starting from Italy, Rome. This Cruise tour will give you an in-depth knowledge of the places where the Apostle Paul taught and lived. One of the many highlights of your trip would be the Mamertine Prison, where Paul was imprisoned with Peter. Then you have Athens, where he preached about Christianity at the Mars Hill. Last but not least, you will see the old port of Pozzuoli, the entry point of the Apostle Paul on his way to Rome. Further to the spiritual part of your trip, we guarantee top-class services in every destination and our outstanding excellent service!

  • Destination

  • Departure

    Rome, Italy / Rome, Italy
  • Included

    Our Deluxe Motorcoaches
    Our Experienced Tour Director
    Our Expert Guides
    Our Unsurpassed Service

Day 1| 07 May: Arrival in Rome & Cruise Embarkation

This morning you arrive in Rome, Italy. Upon arrival, your transfer assistant and bus will be waiting to transfer you to the port of Civitavecchia for your cruise embarkation on board RCCL Explorer of the Seas!

Day 2| 08 May: Sicily, Italy

And after three months we departed in a ship of Alexandria, which had wintered in the isle, whose sign was Castor and Pollux. And landing at Syracuse, we tarried there three days. (Acts 28:11-12)
This morning we are docked in Sicily and we visit Syracuse, the glorious town that Paul visited. At some point around the year 59, he visited Syracuse where he preached – probably in the place where the paleo-Christian Church of Saint John was built. Whatever was said was expressed in Greek, the vernacular of Roman Sicily (where Latin was a second language). It is possible that a few Jews came to hear Paul talk, as there was a Jewish community at Syracuse. There was no subsequent “Letter of Paul to the Syracusans.” However, there is no doubt that it was Paul who brought Christianity to Sicily, even though his stay in Syracuse lasted only three days before he departed for Reggio Calabria, Pozzuoli (near Naples) and then Rome

Day 3| 09 May: Valetta, Malta

Malta is an island country situated between Sicily and the African coast. This fort city has been established by the Knights of St.Jonh in the 15th Century. Th city has numerous museums, Cathedrals and Palaced to discover.

Day 4| 10 May: At Sea

Enjoy your onboard amenities, while you are sailing to your next destination.

Day 5| 11 May: Santorini, Greece

The town of Thira where white-washed houses, narrow streets, open-air cafes, and glittering boutiques cling to steep cliffs, is accessible by foot path, cable-car or mule. Enjoy this lovely island on foot

Day 6| 12 May: Ephesus, Turkey

Arrive at Kusadasi. Visit Ephesus, the most impressive archeological site in Turkey, including the Great Amphitheater where Paul spoke to the Ephesians.

Day 7| 13 May: Mykonos, Greece

The Island of the Winds Mykonos is known for its whitewashed villages sprinkled with blue and jade green. It’s also famous for its sophisticated nightlife. The most popular island in the Cyclades is bustling with activity, awash in beautiful alleyways, and home to alluring sandy beaches

Day 8| 14 May: Athens, Greece

Get off the cruise ship and begin the tour of Athens. Visit among other masterpieces of the "Golden Age" the Acropolis, the Agora and the Mars Hill where Paul taught. Continue to ancient Corinth. Visit the ruins of the ancient city where Paul worked. See the remains of first-century shops, the agora where Paul was on trial at the Bema, the Fountain of Peirene, Temple of Apollo and visit the museum.

Day 9| 15 May: At Sea

Enjoy Fellowship on board

Day 10| 16 May: Naples, Italy

Today you are docked in Naples, a dazzling city perched on a beautiful rocky coast. Paul landed in the bay of Naples on his way to Rome. Travel inland to ancient Pompeii, dating almost to the time of Paul, where you can see the spectacular ruins that were covered by ash from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79.

Day 11| 17 May: Rome, Italy

Disembarkation and Tour Imperial Rome. Following your disembarkation we continue to Rome. Your touring will start at the Legendary Coloseum famous as the place of spectacle and death. You will also see the Roman Forum which was a place where Romans would meet to discuss politics and religion as well as to shop. Circus Maximus also shows the glory of Imperial Rome, being a chariot racing stadium that could accommodate 150,000 spectators! Dinner and overnight in Rome.

Day 12| 18 May: Rome, Italy

Christian Rome. Rome despite its imperial glory is also a very important religious city for Christianity. Today you will be visiting the Vatican Museum, home to many historical and artistic masterpieces. Enter the Sistine Chapel and admire Michelangelo’s Frescoes wrapping all the walls around you. Conclude your tour with a visit to St. Peters Basilica where you will find “Pieta” the only work of Michelangelo actually signed by him.

Day 13| 19 May: Departure

Departure transfer to the airport for your flight back home.
Net Rates per person based on 30 pax Group
10 % Commission
In double Inside cabin: US$ 2,997.00 per person
In double Balcony cabin: US$ 3,587.00 per person
Port Taxes: US$ 115.00 per person
Cruise Gratuities: US$ 145.00 per person
Airport Taxes: US$ 239.00 per person
Supplement for 20 pax Group: US$ 225.00 per person
  • Roundtrip Air out of New York ( NYC-FCO-NYC)* 10 Nights Cruise including Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Daily
  • 5 Shore Excursions
  • All transfers
  • 2 Nights Rome Hotel Capannelle including Breakfast & Dinner
  • Tours & Entrance Fees in Rome as Described with English speaking guide.
Not Included
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips
  • Travel Insurance
*Other gateways available upon request