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Mumbai To Piraeus

24th March 2023 FOR 17 NIGHTS | Silver Spirit

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Flights and private overseas transfers
Five-night guided tour of India’s Golden Triangle including luxury hotel stays in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur
One-night 5* hotel stay in Mumbai
16-night ultra-luxury, all-inclusive cruise
Complimentary shore excursion in every port
10% early booking bonus included - book and pay the cruise fare in full to receive these prices

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IIndia's Golden Triangle with India to Athens Voyage

Combining luxury cruising with an incredible tour of India's Golden Triangle, this 24-night adventure is the perfect itinerary for indulgent relaxation and immersive exploration. Begin with an overnight flight to Delhi, where you will stay at a 5* hotel for two nights. From here, enjoy your five-day Golden Triangle Tour, featuring some of the best sights, architecture and experiences of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi.

After your immersive tour, transfer to the airport for a flight to Mumbai where after a one-night hotel stay in a 5* hotel, you will embark Silver Spirit for a 17-night ultra-luxury cruise. Visit ports including Muscat, Jeddah, Dhiba port, Aqaba for Petra, Safaga for Luxor, transit the Suez Canal and the visit Alexandria before arriving in Athens where you will disembark ready for your flight back to the UK.

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itinerary

Fly from the UK overnight to Delhi

17 Mar 2023

Delhi

On arrival transfer to a 5* hotel for a two-night stay, The afternoon is at your leisure.

18 Mar 2023

Delhi

Following breakfast in the hotel enjoy a full day guided tour of the Old Delhi and New Delhi, visits will include Jama Masjid Mosque and Raj Ghat. You will then continue your Delhi sightseeing with a drive by the Red Fort - The palace for Shahjahan new capital, Shahjahanabad, the seventh Muslim city in the Delhi site and rickshaw ride through the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk. Conclude your Old Delhi sightseeing with drive past Kotla Firoze Shah Ruins, and visit to Agrasen ki Baoli. Following lunch at a local restaurant, proceed for sightseeing of New Delhi. Visit Humayun’s Tomb - built by the widow of the second Mughal Emperor Humayun, it is an outstanding monument in the Indo-Persian style, a precursor of the Taj Mahal, Qutub Minar – This is a 73 meter high tower built by Qutub-ud-Din Aibak in 1193, drive past India Gate, president house and parliament house.

19 Mar 2023

Delhi to Agra

After breakfast drive to Agra and upon arrival check into a 5* hotel for a one-night stay. In the afternoon visit the majestic Agra Fort.

20 Mar 2023

Agra to Jaipur

Today enjoy an early morning sunrise visit of the Taj Mahal. Following breakfast then drive from Agra to Jaipur and visit Fatehpur Sikri enroute. On arrival in Jaipur check to a 5* hotel for a two-night stay. In the evening enjoy a visit to Birla Temple to witness the Aarti Ceremony.

21 Mar 2023

Jaipur

Post breakfast start your full day Jaipur sightseeing. Visit Amber, ancient capital of the Rajput Empire, with its magnificent palaces and temples dominated by the stronghold of Amber Fort. Make the final part of the climb by jeep to marvel at the Royal Halls and the stupendous views from the ramparts. Afternoon view of the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) from outside, the City Palace and the amazing astronomical observatory built by the city's founder Jai Singh II.

22 Mar 2023

Jaipur to Mumbai

Following breakfast transfer to the airport for a flight to Mumbai. On arrival transfer to a 5* hotel for a one-night stay.

23 Mar 2023

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Mumbai (ex Bombay)00:00 - 19:00

Transfer from the hotel to the port and embark Silver Spirit.

Mumbai, sometimes called the Maximum City, after Suketa Mehta’s 2004 nonfiction book of the same name, encapsulates the dynamism and chaos of modern India better than any other city. In this sprawling, muscular place by the sea that you'll find everything from succulent street food to haute cuisine, bargain-basement bazaars to haute couture, humbling poverty to staggering wealth, sacred temples to hedonistic nightclubs. Mumbai is in many ways the New York City of India, and the many of the locals carry the same kind of chip on their shoulders—despite the madness, they wouldn’t trade it for any other place on Earth.Mumbai is a city of extremes, where slum-dwelling strivers making dollars a day serve Bollywood stars and industrial billionaires. It's a 24-hour city stocked with some of the best late-night street food in the world, as well as fine-dining restaurants of renowned chefs. It's a cosmopolitan city of people from all over India that's nonetheless home to strident parochialism. It's a city of dreams for millions of Indians that, at the same time, affords so few any measure of comfort. And it's a beautiful city of silver towers when viewed by twilight from the Bandra-Worli Sea Link bridge over the Arabian Sea, but that sight quickly turns into a maze of winding, dirty streets and alleys when viewed up close.Sensory overload is the name of the game on the island formerly known as Bombay (and yes, most locals still call it by its previous moniker). The first thing that hits you when you arrive at the airport is the smell—spicy, fishy, and, to be honest, often not altogether pleasant. Next comes a crazed cab ride through the seemingly lawless streets (should your driver run a red light or, just as likely, drive on the wrong side of the road, try to remain calm). Then a traffic jam in the midst of a veritable symphony of honking, in which barefoot children, often holding infants, and tragically disfigured men and women knock at your window, begging for change. Persevere through, though; embrace and try to understand the natural hazards of the developing world, and you'll find yourself in the middle of a beautiful, often inspiring city.

24 Mar 2023

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At Sea

25 Mar 2023 - 26 Mar 2023

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Muscat07:00 - 16:00

Oman's capital city is hemmed in on one side by spectacular jagged-peaked mountains and on the other by royal blue sea. The architecture is a traditional, sophisticated arabesque blend of white-washed, low-rise buildings surrounded by manicured palms, intricately designed domes set atop the minarets of the mosques, sand-colored villas, a surprising blend of modern art installations, like a giant incense burner that towers over the Corniche, and ancient forts set in the rocky hills. Though tradition abounds, from distinct, local cuisine to the widely worn national dress, the dishdasha, Muscat is a completely modern city, featuring opulent luxury hotels, international restaurants, excellent cellular and data service, sprawling shopping malls, pristine beaches, lively nightlife, world-class performing arts, and a highly educated population, most of whom speak English, Arabic, and often Hindi. Muscat is the ideal base for exploring other areas of the country since many of the most desirable destinations are within a few hours' drive.

27 Mar 2023

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At Sea

28 Mar 2023 - 31 Mar 2023

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Jeddah09:00 - 18:00

The most cosmopolitan city in Saudi Arabia, Jeddah (Jiddah) is the “gem” of the Red Sea, and second in size only to the capital city of Riyadh. Located mid-way along the coast of the Kingdom, Jeddah it is the busiest of all the Kingdom's ports. In addition to being the country's principle port, Jeddah is the main point of entry into Saudi Arabia for the hundreds of thousands of Muslim pilgrims on their way to the Holy Cities of Makkah (Mecca) and Madinah. Saudi Arabia is known as the birthplace of Muhammed and contains the holiest cities of Islam. Jeddah is, surprisingly, named in honor of the biblical Eve. “Jadda” means “grandmother” in the context of Eve, who according to legend is buried near the historical old city. The Old City of Jeddah, known as Al-Balad, with its serpentine alleys, is marked with the centuries old multi-storied buildings. The lower portions of the walls tend to be made from cut stone bricks, while the upper sections are constructed from mud bricks with latticed wooden poles. The heart of Old Jeddah is its markets. In its centre is the 700 year old flag mast and 15th century cannon, which dominate the King Abdul Aziz Historical Square.

01 Apr 2023

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At Sea

02 Apr 2023

11

Dhuba08:00 - 18:00

03 Apr 2023

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'Aqaba07:00 - 18:00

The resort town of Aqaba, on the Red Sea at the southern end of Jordan, is a popular spot for divers with some of the best coral reefs in the world. Snorkeling and other water sports are popular, and it's easy to hire a boat for a day or half-day, including lunch.Aqaba has become quite a bustling destination, with several large luxury hotels and a large shopping area. There are many jewelry stores selling pearls, gem stones, and gold and silver jewelry. It's worth noting that although it's an international beach resort, Aqaba is quite conservative—certainly much more so than Amman—and North Americans tend to be more comfortable at the private hotel beaches.

04 Apr 2023

13

Safaga07:00 - 23:59

Port Safago has been undergoing a transformation, slowly metamorphosing into a holiday rsort. Like other cities on the Red Sea, the commercial port town sits close to great offshore dive sites. Unlike others, however, tourist development hasn't taken off in a meaningful way. But if the mass tourism in Hurghada is a turnoff, Safaga offers a small-scale and much more low-key alternative, though the best dive sites can still be seen on a day trip from Hurghada. Safaga is also the closest beach resort to Luxor and the Valley of the Kings, which lies 200 km (124 mi) to the southwest; when cruise ships offer land excursions to Luxor, they often do so through Safaga.

05 Apr 2023

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At Sea

06 Apr 2023

15

Suez Canal Transit04:00 - 18:00

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07 Apr 2023

16

Alexandria07:00 - 22:00

Founded by Alexander the Great, Alexandria was Egypt's capital for over 1,000 years. Now, it is visited by tourists looking to enjoy some diving and those interested in the Great Library, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

08 Apr 2023

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At Sea

09 Apr 2023

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Piraeus

It's no wonder that all roads lead to the fascinating and maddening metropolis of Athens. Lift your eyes 200 feet above the city to the Parthenon, its honey-color marble columns rising from a massive limestone base, and you behold architectural perfection that has not been surpassed in 2,500 years. But, today, this shrine of classical form dominates a 21st-century boomtown. To experience Athens—Athína in Greek—fully is to understand the essence of Greece: ancient monuments surviving in a sea of cement, startling beauty amid the squalor, tradition juxtaposed with modernity. Locals depend on humor and flexibility to deal with the chaos; you should do the same. The rewards are immense. Although Athens covers a huge area, the major landmarks of the ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine periods are close to the modern city center. You can easily walk from the Acropolis to many other key sites, taking time to browse in shops and relax in cafés and tavernas along the way. From many quarters of the city you can glimpse "the glory that was Greece" in the form of the Acropolis looming above the horizon, but only by actually climbing that rocky precipice can you feel the impact of the ancient settlement. The Acropolis and Filopappou, two craggy hills sitting side by side; the ancient Agora (marketplace); and Kerameikos, the first cemetery, form the core of ancient and Roman Athens. Along the Unification of Archaeological Sites promenade, you can follow stone-paved, tree-lined walkways from site to site, undisturbed by traffic. Cars have also been banned or reduced in other streets in the historical center. In the National Archaeological Museum, vast numbers of artifacts illustrate the many millennia of Greek civilization; smaller museums such as the Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art Museum and the Byzantine and Christian Museum illuminate the history of particular regions or periods. Athens may seem like one huge city, but it is really a conglomeration of neighborhoods with distinctive characters. The Eastern influences that prevailed during the 400-year rule of the Ottoman Empire are still evident in Monastiraki, the bazaar area near the foot of the Acropolis. On the northern slope of the Acropolis, stroll through Plaka (if possible by moonlight), an area of tranquil streets lined with renovated mansions, to get the flavor of the 19th-century's gracious lifestyle. The narrow lanes of Anafiotika, a section of Plaka, thread past tiny churches and small, color-washed houses with wooden upper stories, recalling a Cycladic island village. In this maze of winding streets, vestiges of the older city are everywhere: crumbling stairways lined with festive tavernas; dank cellars filled with wine vats; occasionally a court or diminutive garden, enclosed within high walls and filled with magnolia trees and the flaming trumpet-shaped flowers of hibiscus bushes. Formerly run-down old quarters, such as Thission, Gazi and Psirri, popular nightlife areas filled with bars and mezedopoleia (similar to tapas bars), are now in the process of gentrification, although they still retain much of their original charm, as does the colorful produce and meat market on Athinas. The area around Syntagma Square, the tourist hub, and Omonia Square, the commercial heart of the city about 1 km (½ mi) northwest, is distinctly European, having been designed by the court architects of King Otho, a Bavarian, in the 19th century. The chic shops and bistros of ritzy Kolonaki nestle at the foot of Mt. Lycabettus, Athens's highest hill (909 feet). Each of Athens's outlying suburbs has a distinctive character: in the north is wealthy, tree-lined Kifissia, once a summer resort for aristocratic Athenians, and in the south and southeast lie Glyfada, Voula, and Vouliagmeni, with their sandy beaches, seaside bars, and lively summer nightlife. Just beyond the city's southern fringes is Piraeus, a bustling port city of waterside fish tavernas and Saronic Gulf views.

10 Apr 2023

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