Like her sister ship, the Azamara Journey is a mid-sized beauty with a deck plan well-suited to the needs of modern voyagers. In addition to going to the most celebrated destinations on Earth, youll also go to less-traveled ports, enjoy scenic rivers and waterways that are off-limits to big cruise lines, and sail to the doorstep of great cities like Seville, Hong Kong, and Bordeaux.
You'll never feel crowded in the comfortable social spaces of her bars, restaurants, and lounges. Youll love the genial club-like atmosphere and the way the attentive staff and crew get to know you. And youll feel the same friendliness with your fellow voyagers.
Staterooms feature modern amenities, furnishings, and European linens. And one of the greatest features of this ship is the large number of staterooms with verandas. There's nothing better than opening your door to the fresh sea air and views.
Azamara's friendly ships are an altogether wonderful place to call your home away from home!
More cruises featuring Azamara Quest
|Sep 21||Friday||1||Venice, Italy||6:00PM|
|Sep 22||Saturday||2||Rijeka - Croatia||8:00AM||8:00PM|
|Sep 23||Sunday||3||Zadar - Croatia||8:00AM||5:00PM|
|Sep 23||Sunday||3||Croatia, Croatia||5:00PM||7:00PM|
|Sep 24||Monday||4||Split, Croatia||8:00AM||10:00PM|
|Sep 25||Tuesday||5||Dubrovnik, Croatia||8:00AM||11:00PM|
|Sep 26||Wednesday||6||Kotor, Montenegro||9:00AM||10:00PM|
|Sep 27||Thursday||7||Korcula - Croatia||8:00AM||8:00PM|
|Sep 28||Friday||8||Sibenik - Croatia||8:00AM||4:00PM|
|Sep 29||Saturday||9||Venice, Italy||7:00AM|
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Azamara Club Cruises' Country-Intensive Voyages feature immersive itineraries that allow more in-depth exploration of multiple destinations in one country.
|September 21, 2018||$2,998|
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Virtuoso Voyages Sailing
Travel with Virtuoso and you'll see the world in an entirely new light
NOTE: You may choose this exclusive shore event, credit toward a customized Virtuoso on-shore event, credit toward a Virtuoso Discovery pre/post hotel stay or shipboard credit. Ask us for complete option details. Credit amount may vary based on stateroom category booked. Credit may not be offered in all categories.
Exclusive Shore Event: Split | Diocletian's Palace, Mestrovic Gallery and Festive Lunch
Split is an 18th century city where Roman Emperor Diocletian built his monumental imperial residence for his golden years. UNESCO has proclaimed it a city museum and the palace became a World Heritage Site in 1979. Today, the fortified camp is an intriguing warren of narrow cobblestone streets, where pre-Romanesque churches live along gothic chapels and history filled museums.
The day begins with a drive to the city to visit Diocletian's Palace. Work on the palace started in 295 and for ten years, the Emperor oversaw the quarrying of stone from neighboring Brac and its construction. It measures 2,314 feet from east to west and the walls are 85 feet high. Poised between the classical and the medieval , Diocletian's Palace is a compendium of all the styles that preceded it. From there, we move on to Peristil, an old Roman square. Its ceremonial entrance court is a rectangle and is a few steps below the level of the surrounding streets. The longer sides are lined by six granite columns and two piers with Corinthian capitals. The columns are linked by arches decorated with a stone frieze. In the northeast corner is the small Renaissance church of St. Rok, which dates from the 16th century. The western side of the rectangle is enclosed by several medieval buildings which fit within the ancient columns.
Next, we will visit the St. Dominus Cathedral built in the 7th century located in Emperor Diocletian's Mausoleum, where you will see valuable sacral items. From here, you will depart the city for a drive to the Mestrovic Gallery, featuring the works of famed Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. Born in Yugoslavia, Ivan Mestrovic studied in Vienna prior to moving to Paris in 1908. He then returned to Yugoslavia where he completed several major public commissions, prior to spending World War I in various European capitals. He left Europe for the United States where he taught sculpture at Syracuse University prior to teaching at the University of South Bend, Indiana until his death in 1962. The Gallery was founded in 1952 by a donation from the artist. It was finished in 1939, and before its opening as a gallery, was a combination residence, exhibition hall and atelier for artists. Mestrovic lived here up until World War II.
The Museum contains the largest collections of his works from all phases of his career. You will be treated to a cocktail and light refreshment in the Gallery garden and traditional Dalmatian music featuring the guitar and mandolin before moving on to a wonderful luncheon. You'll enjoy delicious regional specialties complimented by domestic wine at a local restaurant.
After lunch, we will return to the pier.
Approximate Length: Five hours, 30 minutes
Suggested Attire: Casual wear with comfortable shoes. This shore experience requires approximately 2 1/2 hours walking over cobblestones, steps, narrow passageways and some inclines.
PLEASE NOTE: All Virtuoso events ashore are capacity controlled and require a minimum number of participants to operate. Events are subject to change without notice. These events are individually tailored for each date and arrival. Your event could be different than whats noted here; but it will be designed to be memorable and to bring you a travelers view that you will treasure, and would otherwise miss entirely. Final details will be outlined in program letters provided by your Virtuoso host aboard ship.