Verona Opera and Cruise with Regent Seven Seas
Enjoy an unforgettable experience this summer as you join Seven Seas Mariner for a luxury cruise combined with and exclusive opportunity to see the spectacular operatic performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida at the world famous Arena di Verona.
This incredible voyage also combines a 2-night post cruise stay at the legendary Palazzo Victoria Hotel in the very heart of beautiful Verona.
Regent Seven Seas offers this opportunity with true Opera lovers in mind and prestigious gold seat have been reserved, providing you with chance of a lifetime to experience Verdi’s lyrical work within this truly unforgettable setting. Of course your stay at the Palazzo Victoria Hotel is also a highlight and being just a few short steps away from everything you need and dream of, we are sure you will want to return for more.
Verona Opera and Cruise Itinerary and Fares
Departing July 9th 2014 for 12-nights - 10-nights aboard Seven Seas Mariner and 2-nights in the Palazzo Victoria Hotel.
Rome, Italy | Monte Carlo, Monaco | Florence/Pisa, Italy | Sorrento | Taormina | Argostoli, Greece | Durres, Albania | Split, Croatia | Koper | Venice (for disembarkation)
Upon disembarkation in Venice you shall be transferred to the Palazzo Victoria Hotel where you will stay for 2-nights. Your stay includes a 2-hour walking tour and gold tickets for Aida at the Arena di Verona.
Prices for this incredible voyage start from just £3995 per person for a Deluxe Veranda Suite.
Fare price includes a 10-night luxury cruise, flights and all transfers, FREE unlimited shore excursions, all beverages onboard Seven Seas Mariner, FREE gratuities, escorted post-cruise programme, Walking tour, Gold tickets for Aida and a 2-night hotel stay at the Palazzo Victoria Hotel (on a B&B basis).
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Aside from the magical experience that awaits guests in Venice, this cruise also offers stops at some of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful ports and as shore excursions are included in the cost of the fare, each port really is simply waiting to be discovered.