Tour overview

Venice-Kotor-At Sea-Mykonos-Santorini-Corfu-Bari-Venice


Day 1-Venice (Italy)

Venice is a city on the water. And the impressions about the city will not be complete if you do not plan a walk along the Grand Canal - the main waterway that divides the city into 2 parts.

The hallmark of the city, Piazza San Marco is one of the main attractions of Italy. The best attractions in Venice are here and the most interesting events of this city are carried out in this place.
The bell tower of the Cathedral of St. Mark was built in the 16th century and at the beginning of its existence, the interior served as a torture chamber. The tower has five bells, which each have their own purpose.
The majestic building of the Doge's Palace is another of the attractions of Venice. It was built, reconstructed and decorated for over a hundred years. After all, it was here that the rulers of Venice lived, and, therefore, this palazzo must show the richness and greatness of the Venetians. Now there is a museum in the palace.

Day 2-Kotor (Montenegro)

The city of Kotor is one of the oldest in Montenegro where there are a lot of sights to see - beautiful medieval streets, many churches, a fortress wall, the second largest in the world after the Great Chinese, which surrounds the city and the surrounding mountains and much more.
Many routes for walking around Kotor will start right next to the white twin belfries of St. Tryphon's Cathedral, built in 1166. The building of the cathedral has experienced many earthquakes and wars, but each time it was lovingly restored by residents of the city.
Almost all the routes along Kotor pass by some palace. Walking through the streets of the city, you can see the Prince's Palace built in the 18th century, in which the Venetian governor lived, the palace of the Gregurin clan of the same period, the palaces of Bisanti, Bucha, Beskucha, Pima and Drago.

Day 3-At Sea

The most famous world resorts are located on the numerous shores of the Mediterranean Sea, which annually attract millions of tourists from all over the world. Magnificent nature, mild climate, excellent cuisine, excellent beaches, endless shopping, rich cultural and historical heritage on its beaches make the rest here unforgettable.

Day 4-Mykonos (Greece)

Mykonos is a small island in the Aegean Sea, which, due to the abundance of beautiful beaches and a variety of entertainment programs, has become a favorite vacation spot for tourists from various countries. Mykonos is a resort that has become a legend. This island is an ideal place for everyone to relax and get a lot of pleasant impressions. This is a real Greek Olympus for lovers of luxury. Mykonos can be safely called the island of youth, where the holiday never stops.

Day 5-Santorini (Greece)

The island of Santorini is located in the Aegean Sea near Crete and is one of the most attractive islands in the Cyclades. The island formed after the eruption of the volcano, when part of the volcanic rock went under the water and the remaining rock of the volcano formed a beautiful crescent-shaped bay.
The main attractions of the island are, of course, the active ancient volcano Palea Kameni, as well as the Church of St. Epiphanius and the Great Church of St. George with a vaulted hall for celebrations and celebrations. A beautiful old church, built in 1712, has been preserved on its territory, many unique religious artifacts are kept within its walls. The ancient monastery is notable for being located on the top of the largest mountain, at an altitude of 565 meters above sea level. From its adjacent territory there is a wonderful view of the island, in good weather you can even see the nearest island of Crete.

Day 6-Corfu (Greece)

One of the most beautiful Greek islands, Corfu, is located in the northwestern part of the Ionian Sea. Italy had a special influence on the life of the island. This is evidenced by the many Venetian architectural structures, perfectly preserved to this day, and constituting the real historical sights of Corfu Island. Warmly beloved and revered by the inhabitants, Saint Spyridon of Trimifuntsky has long been considered the patron saint of Corfu and, according to history, he saved the islanders from starvation, Turkish invaders and the plague.
10 km south of the capital of the island is a real royal palace. The majestic building was erected in the XIX century by order of the Austrian Empress Elizabeth. Not resisting the stunning beauty of the emerald island, Elizabeth decided to build a luxurious residence in Corfu. She was seriously fascinated by Greek mythology and the palace was built in honor of her favorite hero Achilles, richly decorating the alleys of the surrounding park with beautiful statues of an ancient warrior.

Day 7-Bari (Italy)

Bari is a major city and port of Italy, the capital of the Apulia region. Locals compare it with Paris, noting that for complete resemblance the latter lacks only the sea. In addition, a huge number of attractions are concentrated in Bari, which makes it even more attractive to tourists. The city is often called the cultural capital. The old town of Bari is a labyrinth of narrow streets. More than 40 churches and 120 relics are concentrated in this small area.
Life here is reminiscent of old Italian cinema: mummies busy preparing homemade pasta right on the street, elderly seniors playing cards in front of the icons of the Virgin Mary, young curly teens chasing the ball and this is fully justified.
The Swabian castle is located in the center of the Apulian capital, between the old part of the city and the sea, in a strategic location. It is a vivid example of medieval architecture and one of the most interesting and grand castles in the region. Built by the Normans, destroyed and rebuilt by King Frederick II, in 1500 the castle was fortified with ramparts and a wide moat on only three sides, because the fourth side was protected by the sea. In the XIX century, the Swabian castle was used as a prison and military barracks. Today it houses the Department for the Preservation of the Architectural and Historical Treasures of Puglia, as well as a museum of plaster casts.

Day 8- Venice (Italy)

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