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Venice Cruises

A venture in Venice should be on most people’s to do list; if not for its historical background, then definitely for the romantic essence. It is probably one of the most romantic cities in the world and is admired by many tourists each year.

A Taste of Venice Cruises
7nt - Greek Isles from Ravenna
Rhapsody of the Seas, 16th Oct 21, 7 nights
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£599pp
7nt - Greece & Croatia
Brilliance of the Seas, 2nd Oct 22, 7 nights
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£799pp
10nt - Eastern Mediterranean with FREE Venice Stay
Brilliance of the Seas, 6th Oct 22, 10 nights
Includes FREE Venice hotel stay
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£899pp
7nt - Greek Isles from Venice
Norwegian Dawn, 17th Oct 21, 7 nights
All Inclusive Cruise! , Includes Drinks + 1 Extra from: Wifi, Excursion Credit or Dining Package!
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£1049pp
7nt - Greek Isles from Venice
Norwegian Dawn, 26th Sep 21, 7 nights
All Inclusive Cruise! , Includes Drinks + 1 Extra from: Wifi, Excursion Credit or Dining Package!
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£1149pp
7nt - Greek Isles from Venice
Norwegian Dawn, 29th Aug 21, 7 nights
All Inclusive Cruise! , Includes Drinks + 1 Extra from: Wifi, Excursion Credit or Dining Package!
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£1249pp
7nt - Greek Isles from Venice
Norwegian Dawn, 25th Jul 21, 7 nights
All Inclusive Cruise! , Includes Drinks + 1 Extra from: Wifi, Excursion Credit or Dining Package!
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£1499pp
7nt - Mediterranean from Venice
MSC Orchestra, 2nd Oct 21, 7 nights
*Forget About Tips! Gratuities Included!
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£546pp
21nt - Aegean Gems to The Glittering Emirates
MSC Opera, 25th Oct 21, 21 nights
Forget About Tips! Gratuities Included! , BOOK NOW FOR JUST £100PP DEPOSIT!
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£1949pp
8nt - More Inclusive Amalfi & Dalmatian Coasts
Azamara Quest, 23rd Apr 22, 8 nights
Includes Azamazing evening including drinks & gratuities
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£1699pp
Explore Venice

This is a perfect cruise call as everything you want to see and do is accessible, so you could easily find yourself walking in St Marks Square in no time at all. With cars being banned from the narrow cobbled streets, you won’t waste time getting around and wherever you walk, there are intriguing museums and galleries plus lots of tasty cafés and restaurants along the way.

Once you are there, you can discover the history of St Marks Square with its ancient Basilica and the impressive landmark piazza, the 300-feet-tall Campanile, a truly stunning piece of architecture. The spectacular Doges Palace is certainly not to be missed with its Venetian Gothic architecture. This opulent residence is steeped in history and lavishly decorated, you can even venture into its gloomy dungeons by way of the Bridge of Sighs.

The Piazzo Marco may be famous, but the ‘Ponte di Rialto’ is the true heart of Venice. The Rialto Bridge has three walkways one of which is between two rows of shops, so you can pick up your little souvenirs’ like jewellery, linens or Murano, glass made on the Island of Murano and you may even want to visit the glass factory itself!

But of course, a visit to Venice would not be the same without a famous gondola ride to take in the sights of the church of San Pietro di Castello and St Elena and enjoy the views of the Grand Canal, but not forgetting you may just want to have a dreamy romantic glide on the city’s most famous form of transport.

We have some great worldwide cruises available, alternatively take a look at our cruises under £599 offers page.