Days 1 – 3: Kiev (Kyiv)▼
The enormous territory of the city makes it hard at first to find one's way, but luckily there are two helping points – the Dnieper and the Metro. The river crosses the city north to south; the old town is situated on the high right bank, while the new districts occupy the left bank. The old Kiev (the Upper Town today) is known as the "mother of Russ cities." Although the city has changed its face for a modern one, the ancient monuments and the mighty Dnieper are its pearls.
Arrival in Kiev, embarkation, Captain’s Cocktail and overnight.
Today there will be a city tour. Optional visits to St. Sophia’s Cathedral, to Open Air Museum, and boat trip “Kyiv by Night” with folk show will also be offered.
During this day there is an opportunity to get around Kiev on your own, or to take optional visit to Kiev Monastery of the Caves and to attend optional Ukrainian National Choir concert.
Day 4: Sailing. Ukrainian National Day.
There will be a lot of fun today while we are sailing along the Dnieper enjoying the beauty of the surrounding nature. We’re having Ukrainian National Day of the cruise later on today: we’re enjoying the dishes of famous Ukrainian cuisine and Ukrainian language lessons.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Day 5: Zaporozhye (Zaporizhzhya)▼
City tour of today includes beautiful city center and several main streets of the place. Cossack Glory museum with exhibits dated to 16-17 centuries is visited afterwards. Attending Cossack Horse Show on Khortitsa Island is offered optionally.
Day 6: Kherson▼
After arrival to Kherson we take boat trip to picturesque Dnieper Delta. Having enjoyed the beauty of the nature we dock at small fishing village for a picnic lunch served by local chefs.
Days 7 – 8: Odessa▼
City tours includes visit to The Marine Passenger Terminal, Haven descending, Suvorov street, palace of Shah (outside), Teshchin bridge, Primorsky boulevard, The Potemkin staircase, The monument to Duke Reshelie, The monument to Pushkin, Municipal Duma, "The Tiger", a cannon from a submerged English frigate, the Marine museum, the Archaeological museum, Opera theater, Reshilie street, Kulikovo field, District "Arkadia", French boulevard, the Monument to an unknown sailor (guard relieving), the Shevchenko park, Kanatnaya street, Greek street.
We're having city tour today.
Day at leisure during which you might have a lot of time on your own in Odessa. The willing ones are invited to take optional program "Churches of Odessa".
Day 9: Vilkovo▼
After sightseeing around the village wildlife lovers might want to take optional boat trip to Danube Delta. The place is nature reserve with diverse flora and fauna; it is inhabited by more than 240 different bird species among which are pink pelicans, brants, herons. The Danube Delta is great site not only for birdwatchers – the sighs of numerous birds and boundless water are fascinating!
Day 10: Izmail▼
There exist quite a lot of places of interest in this town; Diorama museum is among them. We’ll be visiting this museum during the city tour of today.
Day 11: Fetesti, Constanta▼
Constanta is worth while visiting – the place is the second largest port on the Black Sea. It is also known as capital of Romanian coastline.The place has rich history; it was founded around 600 BC. Constanta is the oldest continuously inhabited city in Romania. Nowadays Constanta is modern cosmopolitan city with lots of historical sights, which, coupled with good location is a guarantee of enduring interest on behalf of travelers from all over the world.
Feel free to explore the place on your own!
Day 12: Fetesti▼
Disembarkation and transfer to Bucharest, the capital of Romania for the flight home. Time to bid farewell to your new friends!
|Junior Suite Boat Deck||3,900|
|Dedicated SGL Boat Deck||3,700|
|Twin Standard Boat Deck||3,000|
|Junior Suite Upper Deck||2,800|
|Dedicated SGL Upper Deck||2,700|
|Twin Standard Upper Deck||2,500|
|Twin Standard Main Deck||2,300|
|Twin Lower Deck||2,000|
|Triple Lower Deck||1,900|
|Twin/double cabin for SGL use||+50%|
|* Rates are per person, based on double occupancy|