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Kiev to the Black Sea – 11 Days2019-05-16T20:36:55+00:00
11 Days
Kiev to the Black Sea - Kiev ↔ Odessa
Multiple Departures: May - Sep 2019
starting from:
WAS $3,848NOW $3,149 CAD
Free Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
Huge Sale
Plus, Past Guests get an EXTRA $800 OFF/Cabin
While Supplies Last!

INCLUDES

  •  Air* & Transfers
  • FREE Shipboard credit** (Up to $600USD/Stateroom)
  • FREE Shore excursion in every port
  • FREE Unlimited Wi-Fi
  • FREE Enrichment lectures & Destination Performances
  • FREE Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • FREE 24-hour specialty coffees, teas & bottled water
  • ALL Taxes & Fees

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Cruise Connections Specials/person (CAD)
INCLUDES: Free Air* | Free Guided Tours | Free Wi-Fi | Taxes & Fees
Date Destination Standard
(Starting from)
Savings
(per couple)
Special Air Add-on*
May 2019 Basel to Amsterdam $5,048
$3,999
$2,098 FREE
June 2019 Basel to Amsterdam $4,948
$3,999
$1,898 FREE
July 2019 Basel to Amsterdam $4,548
$3,749
$1,598 FREE
August 2019 Basel to Amsterdam $4,548
$3,749
$1,598 FREE
September 2019 Amsterdam to Basel $4,948
$4,149
$1,598 FREE
October 2019 Basel to Amsterdam $4,198
$3,399
$1,598 FREE
November 2019 Basel to Amsterdam $3,948
$3,249
$1,398 FREE
December 2019 Basel to Amsterdam $3,848
$3,149
$1,398 FREE
FREE Air* from: Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, Regina, Saskatoon, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Winnipeg only
Multiple departure dates & reverse itinerary available, Call for details.

Kiev to Odessa

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Kiev, Ukraine The capital of Ukraine and one of Europe’s oldest cities, Kiev has a rich heritage of Viking and Cossack peoples.

2

Kiev, Ukraine From the 9th century on, Kiev was the main Dnieper River trade center on the route from Scandinavia to the Black Sea and Constantinople.

3

Kiev, Ukraine The old section of Kiev retains many historic buildings and monuments, including the dramatic domed St. Sophia Cathedral.

4

Kremenchug, Ukraine Settled by Cossacks in the 16th and 17th centuries, Kremenchug, like much of Ukraine, came under Polish influence early on, despite construction of its fortress in 1590.

5

Dnipro, Ukraine Dnipro was once known as Ekaterinoslav, after Catherine the Great officially laid a foundation stone at her namesake cathedral.

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Zaporozhye, Ukraine More than 200 years old, Zaporozhye stretches across both sides of the Dnieper River.

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Kherson, Ukraine Kherson lies where the Dnieper Delta empties into the Black Sea.

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Odessa, Ukraine A historically important port, the “Pearl of the Black Sea” was built on the site of an ancient Greek colony, Odessos.

9

Odessa, Ukraine Odessa draws its rich history from the many cultures that settled here, including the Crimean Tatars, Turks, Russians and Germans.

10

Odessa, Ukraine Odessa is a lively metropolis with many parks, tree-lined boulevards and beach resorts.

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Odessa, Ukraine With its many parks, tree-lined boulevards and beach resorts, Odessa has a Mediterranean feel.

Odessa to Kiev

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Odessa, Ukraine With its many parks, tree-lined boulevards and beach resorts, Odessa has a Mediterranean feel.

2

Odessa, Ukraine A historically important port, the “Pearl of the Black Sea” was built on the site of an ancient Greek colony, Odessos.

3

Odessa, Ukraine Odessa draws its rich history from the many cultures that settled here, including the Crimean Tatars, Turks, Russians and Germans.

4

Odessa, Ukraine Odessa is a lively metropolis with many parks, tree-lined boulevards and beach resorts.

5

Kherson, Ukraine Kherson lies where the Dnieper Delta empties into the Black Sea.

6

Zaporozhye, Ukraine More than 200 years old, Zaporozhye stretches across both sides of the Dnieper River.

7

Dnipro, Ukraine Dnipro was once known as Ekaterinoslav, after Catherine the Great officially laid a foundation stone at her namesake cathedral.

8

Kremenchug, Ukraine Settled by Cossacks in the 16th and 17th centuries, Kremenchug, like much of Ukraine, came under Polish influence early on, despite construction of its fortress in 1590.

9

Kiev, Ukraine From the 9th century on, Kiev was the main Dnieper River trade center on the route from Scandinavia to the Black Sea and Constantinople.

10

Kiev, Ukraine The old section of Kiev retains many historic buildings and monuments, including the dramatic domed St. Sophia Cathedral.

11

Kiev, Ukraine The capital of Ukraine and one of Europe’s oldest cities, Kiev has a rich heritage of Viking and Cossack peoples.
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