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MAKE MORE OF YOUR TIME ASHORE.


KUSADASI: EPHESUS, SIRINCE & WINE TASTING


Explore Ephesus, one of the best-preserved cities of antiquity with its grand theatre seating 24,000, temples, archways, bath houses and multi-storey Library of Celsus. Then visit the unspoilt village of Sirince for a tasting of local fruit wines.


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ULTIMATE MEDITERRANEAN FROM VENICE


NORWEGIAN JADE • 14-NIGHT CRUISE 2015 UK Departure: Jul 11


Ship sails same day CANNES


Florence Pisa


VENICE


LIVORNO Rome


CIVITAVECCHIA


MEDITERRANEAN SEA


MALTA SANTORINI


YOUR FLY-CRUISE OPTION UK/Venice, Italy


Sat Transfer to pier


YOUR CRUISE ITINERARY Sat


Venice, Italy


Sun/Mon Relaxing days at sea Tue


Wed


Sat Sun


Wed Thu Fri


Sat


Thu h Santorini, Greece Fri


Mon h Cannes, France Tue


Relaxing day at sea


Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy


Relaxing day at sea Valletta, Malta


Messina, Sicily, Italy Relaxing day at sea Venice, Italy


YOUR FLY-CRUISE OPTION Sat


Venice, Italy/UK Transfer to airport for flight home Disembarkation usually begins two hours after docking. h Go ashore by tender.


08:00 19:00 08:00 19:00 08:00 18:00


08:00 18:00 08:00 18:00


08:00


Piraeus (Athens), Greece Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey


ARRIVE DEPART 17:00


07:00 17:00 08:00 17:00 08:00 15:00


Cruise from only


£979 per person*


PRICES P.P. FROM* CRUISE


Inside £979


FLY-CRUISE £1,421


Oceanview £1,199 £1,641 Balcony £1,799 £2,241 Mini Suite £2,089 £2,531 Suite £3,059 £3,501 3rd


/4th £609


Child 2-11† £579


Guests† £1,051 £1,021 †Sharing with two adults


FLY FROM YOUR LOCAL AIRPORT.


Flights are available from selected regional airports to Venice. Ask for details when you book.


*Fares are guideline prices and subject to change at any time. Government taxes & fees applicable at time of going to print (May 2014) are included. Excludes: Travel insurance, shore excursions, cover charge in speciality restaurants & any other item not expressly included in the fare. Except where indicated, all fares are per person based on double occupancy of a twin or double stateroom. All prices exclude discretionary daily service charge payable on board or in advance and auto gratuity charges payable on board. See page 107 for further details.


Learn more about our ships on pages 64-97.


MALTA: CITY OF KNIGHTS & MDINA


Take a walking tour of Valletta visiting the staterooms of the Magisterial Palace, St. John’s Co-Cathedral and enjoy views over the Grand Harbour before driving inland to medieval Mdina, known as the ‘Silent City’.


For more shore excursions and to book visit:


www.ncl.co.uk/excursions MESSINA Ephesus


PIRAEUS Athens KUSADASI


Learn more about The Haven by Norwegian on pages 68/69.


MYKONOS: SCENIC VIEWS OF MYKONOS


Sit back, relax and take in the gorgeous views as you tour the island. Discover bays and beaches, the signature windmills, white houses and domed churches. Visit a local monastery and enjoy ouzo and snacks in a typical village square.


MEDITERRANEAN


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