Athens (Piraeus) to Dubrovnik

Athens (Piraeus) to Dubrovnik

Jul 3, 2021 to Jul 10, 2021

7 Days

SeaDream II

22124

Date Ports of Call Arrive Depart
Jul 03, 2021 Athens (Piraeus),
Greece
4 PM - 5 PM
(Embarkation)
Evening
Jul 04, 2021 Mykonos,
Greece
Morning Evening
Jul 05, 2021 Santorini,
Greece
Morning Morning
Jul 05, 2021 Gythio,
Greece
Afternoon Evening
Jul 06, 2021 Katakolon (Olympia),
Greece
Morning Evening
Jul 07, 2021 Corfu,
Greece
Afternoon Afternoon
Jul 09, 2021 Dubrovnik, Old Town,
Croatia
Morning Overnight
Jul 10, 2021 Dubrovnik, Old Town,
Croatia
Morning
Jul 10, 2021 Dubrovnik,
Croatia
Morning 8 AM - 10 AM
(Disembarkation)

Ports

  • Athens (Piraeus)

    Piraeus, roughly translating to “the place over the passage”, is an important Greek port located within the Athens agglomeration, in the Attica Basin. It is 12 kilometers from the municipality of Athens, considered the fourth largest and is the third most populous amongst all the municipalities of Greece. Now a peninsula, Piraeus, originally a rocky island, was developed in early 5th Century B.C. when it was initially designated as Athens’ import and transit trade port. It is the largest marine-based shipping center of Greece, one of the largest ports in Europe, and considered the second largest passenger port in the world. Inhabited since the 26th Century, it wasn’t until the 6th Century B.C. that Piraeus began catching attention. The land of Piraeus was essentially impassable, flooded by the sea most of the year until centuries passed and the flooding ceased. By the 5th Century B.C. it became a navy base for the Athenian fleet for the natural harbors and the strategic potential they carried. Athenian general and politician Themistocles fortified Piraeus’ three harbors Kantharos, Zea and Munichia, created ship houses and completed his walls in 471 B.C., which led to the port becoming a great military and commercial harbor. There are many archaeological sites, points of interest and entertainment available in Piraeus. Most famous for its tavernas and cuisine, several popular events take place in Piraeus, such as the Ecocinema International Film Festival, the Maritime Festival, the Piraeus Rock Wave Festival and the Three Kings’ Way Festival. There are also many theaters, including the Municipal Theater, the open air Veakeio Theater, and the Menandreio Theater. Museums in Piraeus include the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, the Merchant Shipping History Institute Exhibition, the Panos Aravantinos Decor Museum, the Georgios Averof Museum Ship and the Museum of Electric Railways. Be sure to catch the panoramic views available from the hill of Kastella, overlooking Athens and the Saronic Gulf!

  • Mykonos

    Mykonos is one of the most visited Greek Islands. It is part of the Cyclades group and lies between Tinos, Syros, Paros and Naxos. The island spans an area of 85.5 square kilometers (33.0 sq mi) and rises to an elevation of 341 meters (1,119 feet) at its highest point. Mykonos is so incredibly beautiful; it is not surprising that it has become one of the most desired destinations in the world. When you also add the cosmopolitan lifestyle, the sophisticated nightlife and the historical treasures of the nearby UNESCO Awarded Delos you’ll have the recipe for an unforgettable holiday. SeaDream usually anchors just of the famous windmills and tenders directly to the old town. Guests have a few organized options including the Sacred Island of Delos. Others may simply want to explore the island’s incredible beaches, boutiques, clubs and churches independently.

  • Santorini

    Santorini, officially named Thira, is the southernmost Greek island that is within the Cyclades archipelago, in the southern Aegean Sea. Part of the regional unit Thira, the municipality of Santorini is comprised of the island Santorini, Therasia, and other uninhabited islands of Christiana, Palaia Kameni, Aspronisi, and Nea Kameni. The geological history of Santorini is quite complex due to the area’s volcanism and is currently a water-filled caldera: a rectangular lagoon that is surrounded by three steep cliffs. The name Santorini is a contraction of the name Santa Irini, which is based on an ancient cathedral found in the island’s village of Perissa. This name was given by the Latin Empire in the 13th Century. During the Ottoman Empire, Santorini was called “Santurin” or “Santoron”, and in early times, it was named Kalliste, Strongyle, and Thera. Santorini is the site of the Minoan Eruption (also known as the Thera Eruption), one of the largest eruptions ever in recorded history. The origins of Plato’s story of Atlantis is believed to have a connection to this eruption that destroyed the early settlements on what was formerly a single island. The descriptions found of Plato’s Atlantis strongly resembles Thera, and with seismological, archaeological, and volcanological evidence, these claims are further supported. There is also speculation that the eruption is related to the Exodus of the Israelites, as well as causing the plagues described in the Bible in ancient Egypt. The economy is sustained by two principal industries: tourism and agriculture, and has recently been voted as one of the world’s most beautiful islands in various outlets such as the Traveler’s Choice Awards in 2015. The wine industry in Santorini is becoming more relevant as well, made up of Assyrtiko, Athiri and Aidani grape varieties, which is best exemplified in Vinsanto (“holy wine”) which contains all three Aegean varietals. Although Santorini is highly arid, it’s unique ecology and climate allows it to grow unique and prized produce, such as cherry tomatoes, Lathyrus clymenum (a legume), and capers. Thus, tourists indulge in local specialties such as Brantada, Fava, and the traditional dish Santorinio Sfougato.

  • Gythio

    The port of Gythio in the southern Peloponessos has lots of good fish restaurants, some great ouzeries and is within easy driving distance of the Mani, Mystras, and much of the south-eastern coast of the Peloponessos. It was here that the powerful city-state of Sparta had its port and it is speculated that the Trojan ships were anchored here when Prince Paris spirited the beautiful Helen away to Troy. The town has some very pleasant old buildings built in the last two centuries. It is a pleasure to wander through with the neo-classical houses, shops and spectacular old apartment buildings, hugging the side of Mount Koumaros all the way down to the sea. It makes you feel like you are in the type of Greek port that disappeared with the introduction of mass tourism into the country.

  • Katakolon (Olympia)

    The rather sleepy port of Katakolon at the western edge of Greece's Peloponnese Peninsula is close to the archeological site of Olympia, where the ancient Olympic Games were held. The Games date back possibly further than 776 BC. In 394 AD, (after exactly 1170 years) emperor Theodosius I abolished them as they were then considered reminiscent of paganism. The town has a pleasant waterfront where you can find a seat at one of the seaside cafes and order a cool drink and some local mezes (Greek snacks).

  • Corfu

    Corfu is the second largest Greek island in the Ionian Sea and considered to be the greenest. The municipality includes the island Corfu and the smaller islands of Ereikoussa, Mathraki and Othonoi. Its Greek name, Kerkyra or Korkyra, is related to two powerful water symbols: Poseidon, god of the sea, and Asopos, an important Greek mainland river. In 2007, the island's old town was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. SeaDream docks at the cruise port and offers guests an assortment of varied Land Adventures. A shuttle bus will be arranged to the old town, and the mountain bikes will be available for independent exploration. Perhaps the most popular attraction on the island other than the impressive old town is the Achillion Palace the summer palace of Austria’s Empress Elizabeth. It truly is worth exploring.

  • Dubrovnik, Old Town

  • Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik (Pearl of the Adriatic) is one of the most prominent destinations in the Adriatic Sea. It lies in the region of Dalmatia and was awarded World Unesco Heritage status in 1979. The population is approximately 43,000 and is considered to be among the 10 best medieval walled cities in the world. SeaDream anchors off the walled city as a port of call and tenders directly to the town gate. If you check the land adventures here, you will find that there are many different excursions to consider in this incredible town. Dubrovnik is also an embarkation point on select voyages. On these occasions, the yacht is docked at the cruise terminal.


Suites & Staterooms

*Government, Port, Document Issuance, Handling & Service fees: $427 per guest


Single Supplement for this voyage is 200% for Yacht Club Deck 2,3 and 4. For Commodore, Admiral and Owners Suite, a 200% single supplement rate applies.


Please Note: Fares are capacity controlled and may change without notice. The fares are per person based on double occupancy. Single and third person rates are also available. SeaDream Yacht Club strongly recommends that all guests purchase travel insurance.


Yachting Land Adventures & Activities

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  • Mykonos - A Relaxing Day at the Beach

    Description

    Swim, relax and enjoy the beach facilities at one of the most beautiful and sandy beaches of Mykonos Island – Elia beach.

    Mykonos is known for its golden sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Take this opportunity to enjoy some time at one of the famous beaches of the island, the sandy beach of Elia where necessary changing facilities, beach chairs and umbrellas are available. The beach of Elia is fully organized offering also a wide choice of water sports facilities.

    Notes

    Sunscreen and hats recommended.

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departure time will be announced on board.

    Duration

    4 hour(s)

    Price

    129 (USD)

  • Santorini - Akrotiri Archaeological Site & Oia Village

    Description

    On this land adventure, discover the picturesque village of Oia and one of the most important prehistoric settlements of the Mediterranean: Akrotiri Archaeological site. Could Akrotiri be the lost city of Atlantis?

    One of the reasons Santorini has attracted the world’s attention is the excavation at Akrotiri, which reclaimed a whole prehistoric Minoan city from the volcanic ash. The prehistoric site of Akrotiri is on the south-western tip of the island and was discovered in 1967 by Professor Spyros Marinatos. The city was buried by the Theran volcanic eruption in the middle of the second millennium BC.

    Over the years, excavations have brought into light a remarkably well-preserved site with two and three-story homes decorated with marvelous wall paintings and frescoes, an advanced drainage system and many interesting objects, artwork, pottery and furniture which give a picture of a society which was very well organized and at the peak of prosperity. This was interrupted suddenly by the eruption of the volcano, which buried the entire city. An ambitious modern bio-climatic roof top structure protects this important archaeological settlement where excavation works are still in progress.

    After exploring the excavations with a guide, ride to the northeast part of the island and its most picturesque town, Oia. Built high up on the ridge of red rocks, it offers breathtaking views of the blue Aegean. Take a stroll around the narrow streets with the old beautiful houses and the tiny picturesque shops. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the caldera cliff and wander in the narrow streets for shopping or a cup of coffee during your free time in the village.

    The guide visit ends in the town of Fira. Wander along the edge of the caldera for amazing views or wander through narrow streets with the various shops. When ready, take a cable car or walk along the path down to the small port of Skala Fira for tenders back to the SeaDream yacht.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, some have limited capacity. Cinque Terre is one of the most popular sites to visit, so book early to avoid disappointment. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change.

    Duration

    4 hour(s)

    Price

    149 (USD)

  • Santorini - Islands of Santorini Caldera by Private Catamaran

    Description

    Cruise the caldera and its volcano on a private luxury catamaran whilst enjoying the stunning views together with refreshments.

    Transfer by tender to the pier in Vilhada where the captain and crew wait for your private catamaran cruise. Enjoy wine, beer, soft drinks, and appetizers on board throughout the sailing.

    Take in the sea breezes and beautiful views while sailing past Red Beach, White Beach, the rock formations of Akrotiri and the lighthouse. Coming into view next will be the volcanic islands formed around 1570 BC.

    Next, disembark and enjoy the beautiful otherworldly surroundings on the island of Nea Kameni. Take the opportunity to relax on the beach or walk up to the island’s crater and visit the natural hot springs, which have waters that are green and yellow due to their mineral content.

    After exploring the village, board the catamaran for a journey back to the old port to tender back to the SeaDream yacht.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departure time will be announced on board.

    Hat, sunscreen and good walking shoes are recommended. If you opt to swim in the natural hot springs; please be advised that the mineral content in the water can stain your clothes.

    Duration

    4 hour(s)

    Price

    549 (USD)

  • Gythio - Medieval Monemvasia with Liotrivi Estate Visit and Lunch

    Description

    Spend a wonderful day in the Medieval town of Monemvasia and relax in the serene environment of “Liotrivi” Estate while enjoying a delicious Greek lunch and wines.

    Monemvasia, often referred as the “Gibraltar of Greece”, is undoubtedly unique with its fortified medieval town built on a reddish-brown rock and surrounded by the blue sea. Board the coach for a 75-minute trip through the scenic countryside until you arrive at the one and only gate of the city (Monemvasia means Moni=sole, Emvasia = entrance). The enchanting stone-built mansions, the picturesque lanes and the numerous Byzantine churches create an environment of superb beauty.

    Monemvasia is split in two, the lower town and the upper town. Walking on the main alley and admiring the wonderful architecture of the houses on your left and right hand, you will end up at the square of Elkomenos. The square is dominated by the church of Elkomenos on the left, a mosque converted into a museum on the right and an ancient Turkish cannon in the center.

    After the informational walking tour, you board the coach outside the entrance of Monemvasia medieval town for a short drive to the traditional “Yiannis Ritsos” estate named Liotrivi. This was the family home of the great Greek poet Yiannis Ritsos and where he spent his summers. Take a guided tour around the house which includes an olive press Museum and a cellar-wine tasting area. Enjoy tasting the Monemvasian wines together with a traditional 3-course lunch of home-made treats. Afterward board your coach for the return drive to Gythion.

    Notes

    There are numerous steep, sometimes uneven paths and stairs to negotiate on this tour; good walking shoes are recommended.

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departures times will be published onboard.

    Duration

    6 hour(s)

    Price

    199 (USD)

  • Gythio - Mystras - Last Byzantine Stronghold

    Description

    Travel to the north to the village of Sparta, where on the lower slopes of Mount Taygetos, stands the ruined city of Mystras. Once one of the most powerful of city-states, Sparta is today an unimposing modern town. The original Spartans lived an austere existence in barracks and cared little for buildings, monuments and the other "soft" trappings favored by their rivals; consequently scarcely a trace remains of their city to testify to its former might.

    The location of the ancient city of Mystras, on the steep slopes of the mountain made it very difficult for enemies to assult the city walls, which was primarily why William II in 1249 erected the citadel at this location. The territory which is today Greece, had fallen into the hands of the Latin knights of the Fourth Crusade after they decided to conquer Constantinople in 1205. The city had two entrances - the Monovasia Gate and the Nauplion Gate - both connected by a road, which in effect divided the city into two parts, the northern, which served as quarters for the palace and noble officials, and the southern, which housed the townspeople. Enter the Upper Town of Mystra, arguably the most exciting and dramatic site in the entire Peloponnese, through the heavily fortified Nauplion Gate and the multi-storied complex of the Despots Palace. It is a glorious medieval town with mansions, churches, monasteries and palaces lining its steep, narrow streets. The city flourished for 200 years before falling to the Turks.

    Enjoy time to wander through the delightful narrow lanes of this once invincible fortress and experience the spirit of Mystra, which seems to magically unfold about you. As your exploration of the "last Byzantine stronghold" concludes, reboard your coach for the return drive to Gythion.

    Notes

    There are numerous steep paths and stairs to negotiate on this tour; good walking shoes are recommended. Ladies are requested to have their shoulders covered; shorts must be knee length. Those who find the climb to the summit too strenuous will still be able to fully enjoy and admire the art in the beautifully painted churches of Aghios Dimitrios, the Evangelistria, and the Pantanassa.

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

    Duration

    4 hour(s)

    Price

    149 (USD)

  • Katakolon (Olympia) - Ancient Olympia and the Archaeological Museum

    Description

    Visit the stunning Archaeological Museum of Olympia, one of the most important museums in Greece and the imposing site of Olympia where the Ancient Olympic Games took place and now where the Olympic Flame is lit.

    The small fishing village of Katakolon is the gateway to the mystical site of Ancient Olympia, some twenty-five miles to the east. This SeaDream Land Adventure will take you to the remarkable site of Olympia where the first Olympiad was held in 776 B.C. in honor of Olympian Zeus. Its setting could not be more idyllic: in the middle of a fertile valley with the rivers of Alphios and Kladhios flowing past. The site was a sanctuary even before the Stadium was built and the games took place in the sacred area called Altis. The most imposing monument in this area was the outstanding Temple of Zeus housing the gold-and-ivory statue of Zeus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The Temple of Hera, the Prytaneion, and the Philippeion were also monuments standing in the sacred grove. The famous Stadium, the largest of its day with a capacity of 45,000 spectators, is entered through a long, tunnel-like passage, constructed in the Roman times. Continue your exploration of this impressive site and visit the archaeological museum that is a 5-minute walk from the ruins. Among the great finds of the area that are displayed here are the Head of Hera and the superb statue of Hermes of Praxiteles. In addition you will be able to admire ornaments from the Temple of Zeus, the famous statue of Hermes created by Praxiteles and the helmet of Miltiades, the Athenian general during Athens' 'Gold Age'. At the end of this Yachting Land Adventure you will board the coach and return to the port of Katakolon and your SeaDream yacht.

    This program offers the most in depth option of the two options to Olympia. It does involve extensive walking on the uneven surfaces at the site and in the museum and includes 30 minutes free time in the village of Olympia.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departure details will be announced onboard.

    Duration

    4.5 hour(s)

    Price

    99 (USD)

  • Katakolon (Olympia) - Panoramic Olympia & Traditional Farm Visit

    Description

    This scenic drive includes a stop at Olympia Village with a visit to a traditional Greek farm including tastings of Greek products and a warm welcome from the owner and his family.

    Depart from the pier on the National Road, passing by the town of Pyrgos and driving through the villages of Floka, Makrisa and Krestena. Your narrated panoramic drive continuous by crossing the Alpheus River which is the longest river of Peloponnisos. Continue on to Olympia village where you have free time to stroll around and browse through the various souvenir shops. After your free time at Olympia, re-board the coach for a short drive to Magna Grecia farm. This 30-acre family run property located in the countryside of the Katakolon region, welcomes you with a glass of “ouzo”. Relax in the serene environment of a stone mansion surrounded by olive trees and vineyards while tasting homemade products typical of the Greek and Mediterranean cuisine. Sample the olive oil and wine that are being produced by the farm owners, while listening to traditional Greek music. The owner and his family members will serve you and encourage you to dance with them the basic steps of Syrtaki dance. Afterward you board the coach for the return to Katakolon pier and your SeaDream yacht.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departures times will be published onboard.

    Duration

    3.5 hour(s)

    Price

    119 (USD)

  • Corfu - Corfu and Private Greek Cooking Lesson

    Description

    This special Yachting Land Adventure combines visits to the best sites on the island with lunch and a relaxing pool-garden party “Greek style” at an exclusive villa.

    Start with a visit to the historic center of Old Corfu Town. Leave the coach by the main square “Esplanade” and set off on a short guided walking tour of the pedestrianized Old Town. Meander through narrow cobblestone streets and visit the Church of Corfu's Patron Saint Spyridon with its priceless collection of icons and offerings.

    Then ride by coach to the beautiful Kommeno Bay, one of the most exclusive residential areas on the island. Here, on the top of the hill, step into the luxurious “Villa of the Roses”, whose name derives from the numerous varieties of rosebushes that adorn its lush garden.

    This is the setting for a private Greek cooking lesson. A local professional chef awaits in the spacious kitchen of the villa to share the secrets of a traditional Greek recipe. Follow along with this authentic cooking lesson/demonstration session step by step and then have the chance to taste and enjoy the tasty creations. Local drinks and samples of local products will be also available, served at the villas garden terraces.

    Notes

    It is recommended that guests wear flat, comfortable shoes.

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departure time will be announced on board

    Duration

    4 hour(s)

    Price

    239 (USD)

  • Corfu - The Mon Repose Palace & UNESCO Awarded Old Town

    Description

    This Yachting Land Adventure is an opportunity to experience Corfu’s iconic Mon Repos Palace and includes a stop in Old Corfu Town with some free time.

    Board your coach from the pier and set off to the Mon Repos Palace. Built in 1828 by Sir Adam Maitland, a British Commissioner, this elegant palace was a gift to his Corfiot wife. Originally serving as the Summer Residence of the High Commissioners, Mon Repos now belongs to the Ministry of Culture and the Municipality of Corfu. Explore the palace, which houses a museum featuring a collection of local ancient Corfu artifacts. Discover the rich history of this remarkable place as you admire the fascinating exhibits. Mon Repos Palace is a testament to the beauty and cultural heritage of Corfu, offering a glimpse into its illustrious past.

    Returning to Corfu Town, leave the coach in the main Esplanade square for a beautiful walk through the cobbled-stoned streets of the Old Town. Pass by historical sites such as the Residence of the British High Commissioner, the Venetian quarters of Cambiello and Corfu´s Historical Center, the Town Hall. Visit the Church of St. Spyridon, Patron Saint of Corfu. After the visit, either board the coach to return to your SeaDream yacht or remain in the town to further explore independently and return on your own.

    Notes

    The Achilleion Palace is closed for renovations, instead you will enjoy the Mon Repos Palace as a fantastic alternative.

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departure time will be announced on board.

    Please wear flat and comfortable walking shoes. There are some steps and some walking required at the palace as well as in the gardens.

    Duration

    4 hour(s)

    Price

    129 (USD)

  • Dubrovnik, Old Town - Dubrovnik ATV Safari Adventure

    Description

    Dubrovnik and its surroundings have a diverse environment and this Yachting Land Adventure is a fabulous way to explore nature and see the local countryside while on an ATV Safari. You and a friend will climb aboard an ATV and escape the crowded city streets to discover the local countryside and villages, seeing untouched nature and fields with breathtaking views, plus sample some homemade Croatian cuisine. After a short transfer, you will arrive at the starting point and head off road on an ATV adventure that will take you to the top of the hill Srdj for a scenic viewpoint and photo opportunity. Some of the best photos of Dubrovnik can be taken including its surrounding areas and the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea.

    After relishing the spectacular panorama, have a lovely snack in the old village of Bosanka. Then reboard the ATV and continue the adventure. A short transfer returns you back to your SeaDream yacht with a mind full of unforgettable memories.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departure times will be published onboard. Guests will self-drive the ATV off-road and need to have a valid drivers license during the Safari Adventure. Drivers must be a minimum of 18 year and passengers must be a minimum of 12 years. The maximum age for drivers is 80 years. This price is for 1 ATV with either 1 or two riders. Not recommended for guests that are pregnant or with any back problems.

    Duration

    4.25 hour(s)

    Price

    459 (USD)

  • Dubrovnik, Old Town - Historical Dubrovnik & Game of Thrones

    Description

    Discover the Dubrovnik Old Town which is so stunningly striking that it seems to have leapt directly from the pages of George R. R Martin’s addictive series – the Game of Thrones novels. It is no coincidence that Dubrovnik was also a capital city in its own right – of the now extinct Republic of Ragusa. On this tour, you will be taken through all the parts of the Old City where some of the most memorable scenes from the Game of Thrones cultural phenomenon were filmed, including: The Pile Gate where King Joffrey was faced with a citizens’ riot and pelted with dung. The Lovrijenac fort where the unsuccessful attack on King's Landing, known as the Battle of Blackwater, took place. The seemingly endless fortified walls will be seen from Lovrijenac fortress where Tyrion Lannister and Varys took a stroll. During your guided walking tour of the Old Town you will pause for a special Game of Thrones inspired cocktail created for SeaDream guests called a "White Walker Punch"!

    All of the filming locations and commentary from your local guide will be accompanied by large, A4-sized photos that show the screen-shot from the appropriate episode and what took place. Of course, the people of Dubrovnik are also fiercely proud of their own fascinating history which your guide will also inform you about, alongside the Game of Thrones commentary.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departures times will be published onboard.

    Duration

    3.5 hour(s)

    Price

    119 (USD)

Prices are per person, in USD. Duration is in hours.


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