Cunard Queen Victoria - 3 Night Athens Stay, 7 Night Greece/Turkey/Italy Cruise, 1 Night Rome Stay, Departs 2nd Sept From Gatwick (Flights Inc) - From £599 (Balcony Cabin) @ Cruise Nation
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Cunard Queen Victoria - 3 Night Athens Stay, 7 Night Greece/Turkey/Italy Cruise, 1 Night Rome Stay, Departs 2nd Sept From Gatwick (Flights Inc) - From £599 (Balcony Cabin) @ Cruise Nation

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Found 4th Jun 2015
Cunard Queen Victoria - 3 Night Athens Stay, 7 Night Greece/Turkey/Italy Cruise, 1 Night Rome Stay.

2nd Sept 2015 - 11 Nights

Cruise Ship: Queen Victoria
Cruise Line: Cunard
Fly From: Gatwick
Start Date: 2nd September 2015

Itinerary

2nd Sept - Athens Stay
3rd Sept - Athens Stay
4th Sept - Athens Stay
5th Sept - Athens
6th Sept - Athens
7th Sept - Bodrum (Turkey)
8th Sept - Santorini (Greece)
9th Sept - Olympia (Greece)
10th Sept - At Sea
11th Sept - Salerno (Italy)
12th Sept - Citavecchia & Rome Stay (Italy)
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    Looks to be a great deal.
    having been on the Victoria i'd def recommend! we all loved it i wanted to cry when it ended..we took the kids and everyone had an amazing time. Shame this isnt in school hols
    Wish this was just a few weeks later. Can't really go on a honeymoon before the wedding
    Worse route to take, then refugee route and may be a bit risky too.
    With Greece in such turmoil, it may be safer to take a rowing boat out on the Serpentine.
    September can be a nice time of the year in London.
    It would be a lot cheaper to take a boat out on Finsbury Park Lake or even Greenwich Park Lake ( during school holidays ). The Serpentine costs £29 hour for 2 adults with 2 children.
    Edited by: "balmots" 5th Jun 2015
    cruisenation.com/fus…=CO


    this is same price 6th august..£652 pp inc booking fee and luggage thanks OP cos you made me look x

    this is Rome 4star hotel 2 nights then 7 nights at sea and 1 night hotel inc flights
    all you have to add is your transfers to hotel and from to port x

    Edited by: "plumberman01" 5th Jun 2015
    balmots

    With Greece in such turmoil, it may be safer to take a rowing boat out on … With Greece in such turmoil, it may be safer to take a rowing boat out on the Serpentine.September can be a nice time of the year in London.It would be a lot cheaper to take a boat out on Finsbury Park Lake or even Greenwich Park Lake ( during school holidays ). The Serpentine costs £29 hour for 2 adults with 2 children.



    I wonder where you ve seen the turmoil. Going against the German austerity is one thing and civil unrest is a totally different thing. Greece was,is and will be the best place to enjoy the sun, the sea, the beautiful women, the best wines, the over 3.000+ years of history and the perfect place to relax. And having been there recently I can say to you with confidence that the news say a different story every time and 99.9% is just a story that sells.

    Heat added. It's a really good deal from a very good cruising company, in many beautiful places.
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    balmots

    With Greece in such turmoil, it may be safer to take a rowing boat out on … With Greece in such turmoil, it may be safer to take a rowing boat out on the Serpentine.September can be a nice time of the year in London.It would be a lot cheaper to take a boat out on Finsbury Park Lake or even Greenwich Park Lake ( during school holidays ). The Serpentine costs £29 hour for 2 adults with 2 children.



    For a second I thought you were comparing a 1 hour boat hire with a 1 week med cruise including all your meals.............

    Oh wait, you did!
    Edited by: "konkywonky" 6th Jun 2015
    Greece is lovely for tourists, ignore the haters
    links are dead :o(
    Dinje

    links are dead :o(


    you have to go to the home page and do a search
    Hope anyone who got this deal is having a wonderful time. Thanks to this deal I found my own deal suitable for my honeymoon (not quite as good as this one!) which I start in three weeks!
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