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VISION DESTINATIONS

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From ancient history to modern wonders; soaring skyscrapers to laid back beaches; spiritual centres and cosmopolitan cities, Vision of the Seas® will take you on the holiday of a lifetime.

ARABIAN DELIGHTS

Sail from the breathtaking DP World Cruise Terminal and discover this unique region which promises some of the most exciting and extraordinary destinations in the world. From traditional souks and desert excursions to soaring skyscrapers, gleaming palaces and beautiful mosques, there's lots to see on our winter and spring sailings.

  • DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

    The undeniable jewel in the crown of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai is a fascinating contrast of modern man-made wonders and centuries-old traditions like no other destination on earth.

  • ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

    Illustrious landmarks—quite literally fit for a king—gleam alongside innovative modern marvels, in this capital city that defines opulence with a capital ‘Oh!’

  • KHASAB, OMAN

    Rising from the banks of breathtaking fjords, Oman’s second city has earned the title the ‘Norway of Arabia’. Where better to discover the Arabian Gulf’s natural beauty?

  • MUSCAT, OMAN

    Explore Muscat for longer with an overnight stop inside the ‘walled city’. Discover a blend of Arabian antiquity and 21st-century thinking against a backdrop of magnificent mountains and rolling dunes.

  • SALALAH, OMAN

    It would be easy to mistake colourful, lush Salalah for Oman’s former colony Zanzibar. With its year-round coconut-fringed beaches, papaya plantations, and bustling bazaars, it’s an East African-style oasis in the Arabian desert.

  • AQABA, JORDAN

    Located on the Red Sea since 4000 BC, Aqaba is home to the Islamic-era Aqaba Fort and nearby Archaeological Museum. Its glorious beaches are also perfect for watersports, with superb scuba diving sites like the Yamanieh coral reef.

  • JERUSALEM (ASHDOD), ISRAEL

    Think of Jerusalem, and you think of one of the most significant religious destinations in the world. But it’s also much more than that—along with the fascinating historic sites, there are also museums, galleries, cafés and markets to explore.

  • HAIFA, ISRAEL

    You’ll find breathtaking landscapes dotted all around the city, with some of the best at the world-famous Baha’i Gardens—filled as it is with pools, fountains, lush gardens and delightful sculptures.

MEDITERRANEAN

It’s tough to beat the cascade of colour you’ll see along the Mediterranean coast, with its beautiful Greek Islands and sunny fishing ports—an idyllic retreat whether you take a sailing between June and November 2016 or in April 2017.

  • DUBROVNIK, CROATIA

    Stroll through streets lined with vibrant cafés, pretty churches and interesting shops, making sure to pause at a high point in the Old Town and gaze across the iconic red rooftops to the sparkling ocean beyond.

  • SPLIT, CROATIA

    For some retail therapy, you can’t do better than the charming boutiques along Split’s Marmontova Ulica, then visit Croatia’s oldest Archaeological Museum where the amazing collection dates back to prehistoric times.

  • KOTOR, MONTENEGRO

    It’s hard to know where to start in this picturesque port, with its medieval Old Town filled with historic architecture, and the plentiful palaces, museums, shops and restaurants. When you're ready for a break, try the tasty local fish soup.

  • CORFU, GREECE

    Sunny Corfu is a charming mix of quaint villages and busy tourist resorts. Wander through the maze of streets in the UNESCO world heritage site Corfu Town, and sip a smooth Greek coffee at a café along the Esplanade.

  • SANTORINI, GREECE

    The iconic coastline of Santorini begs to be photographed, and the pristine beaches and clear blue seas consistently attract travellers keen to uncover the mystery of lost Atlantis.

  • KATAKOLON, GREECE

    Just to the north you’ll find the site of the first ever Olympics, but if even that seems too energetic, simply pull up a chair at one of the pavement cafés and tuck into some delicious Greek food.

  • ATHENS, GREECE

    With the iconic Acropolis and Parthenon rising from the skyline, history buffs will be in their element here. But the Greek capital also rivals the most modern metropolis, with superb museums and galleries, stylish shops and cool restaurants.

  • MYKONOS, GREECE

    Wander along the cobbled lanes of this picture-perfect town, then kick back and relax on the beautiful beaches at Mykonos as the Aegean Sea laps at your feet.

  • KUSADASI (EPHESUS) TURKEY

    With its rich cultural heritage, this beautiful seaside resort is also home to the Temple of Artemis—one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

NORTHERN EUROPE

With stunning scenery to admire and glittering cities to explore, there’s something for everyone on a spring or summer holiday in 2017 to these Northern European ports.

  • AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS

    Make like the locals and hire a bike for a real taste of this pretty, vibrant city. Stop for a bite to eat at one of the many cafés that line the city’s beautiful canals.

  • SKAGEN, DENMARK

    Ruggedly beautiful landscapes surround this bustling harbour town. Charming older neighbourhoods contrast with a host of museums and art galleries, while long sandy beaches and waterfront restaurants create a vibrant holiday atmosphere.

  • TALLINN, ESTONIA

    You won’t find a better way to explore everything this historic city has to offer than a cycle tour. Venture into the picturesque Old Town, where the best views are to be found from the parliament building at the top.

  • ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA

    Glittering St Petersburg is dripping with museums, cathedrals, and elegant architecture, not least the famous multi-coloured domes of the stunning Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood.

  • HELSINKI, FINLAND

    Make for the Kauppatori (market square) to immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Helsinki street life—just make sure you stop to savour a coffee as much as the Finns do.

  • STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

    Utterly unique, the Swedish capital is spread across a mini archipelago of 14 islands, so there’s plenty to explore! Stroll through the Old Town among unusual boutiques, and take in a slice of Scandinavian café culture.

  • COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

    Don’t miss Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid, immortalised in bronze on the Langelinie Promenade. Then take your time over a traditional Scandinavian lunch, complete with Danish pastries.

  • GDANSK (GDYNIA), POLAND

    Energetic Gdansk has a very different feel to other Polish cities. At the centre of Main Town, the colourful façades of the Long Market now house shops and restaurants, and there’s also a wealth of maritime history to be explored.

  • RIGA, LATVIA

    Set yourself up with coffee and a pastry, then take in the medieval buildings and Art Nouveau architecture before a stroll through one of the elegant parks and some light shopping in the Old Town.

  • BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND

    In many respects a brand new city, Belfast has reinvented itself from a turbulent past. There’s plenty to discover here, including elegant Victorian architecture, a buzzing modern art-lined waterfront and mouthwatering restaurants.

  • DUBLIN, IRELAND

    Small she may be, but Dublin is long established as a true cosmopolitan contender, with multi-cultural credentials that offer a diverse range of dining options, as well as an impressive set of museums and galleries.

  • ST PETER PORT, GURNSEY

    Cobbled streets, a pretty seafront marina, and historic gardens all make for a positively picturesque harbour town. The centrepiece is its beautiful church—estimated to be the closest church to a pub in the entire British Isles.

  • INVERNESS, SCOTLAND

    As well as looking out for Nessie on the eponymous Loch, you can take a stroll along the river, discover Highland history at the museum, and tuck into a delicious meal at one of the city’s excellent restaurants.

  • EDINBURGH (S. QUEENSFERRY), SCOTLAND

    Scotland’s charming and historic capital is much more than a sightseeing opportunity. World-class shopping, superb dining, and a vibrant social scene add layers to the winding cobbled streets, and of course, the magnificent castle rising above the city.

SHORE EXCURSIONS
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Our hand-picked, one-of-a-kind shore excursions will allow you to explore each destination like a local, with knowledgeable guides and an incredibly diverse range of trips to choose from. So whether you want to take a trip back in history at Edinburgh Castle, or experience futuristic architecture in Dubai—with our shore excursions, the world is your oyster.

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