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Cruise “The footsteps of A.Pavlos”

Piraeus, Greece
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7/8 days Cruise “The footsteps of A.Pavlos”

Itinerary: Piraeus, Thessaloniki, Kavala, Istanbul, Dikili, Kusantasi, Patmos, Piraeus


Port of embarkation/disembarkation: Piraeus

Departures: October 12

Detailed itinerary 2024:

Day Port Arrival Departure:
1 Piraeus 16:00
 2 Thessaloniki 09:30 20:00
3 Kavala 08:00 16:00
4 Istanbul 09:30 20:00
5 Dikili 12:00 20:00
6 Kusantasi 08:00 23:30
7 Patmos 07:00 18:30
8 Piraeus 07:00


Cabins Price per’ person:

Indoor from 1.149€ to 1.249€

Outdoor from 1.309€ to 1.529€

Balcony from 1.709€ to 2.859€


What’s included with all tours:

*Complimentary Dining

*Onboard Entertainment

*Port Charges and Gratuities

General information about the cruise:

Join us on a historical & religious journey as we follow in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul. As we sail the emerald waters of the sunny Cyclades and the magnificent coastline of Turkey, this 7-night cruise challenges you to admire iconic sights, sample authentic Mediterranean cuisine and learn about the trials of the Apostle Paul on his sacred journey across the eastern Mediterranean.

As you explore you discover the history of Byzantine monuments, you will learn how the Apostle Paul’s controversial ideas sparked rebellions and led him to prison. During the trip, you will have the opportunity to visit famous sites such as Hagia Sophia, the Cave of the Apocalypse, the Baths of Faustina in Miletus and ancient Ephesus, the best preserved archaeological site in the eastern Mediterranean.

Let’s look at the programme for the Cruise “The footsteps of A.Pavlos”:

1st day: Athens – Departure 16:00:

The wonderful 7-night journey in the footsteps of Apostle Paul begins in the magical city of Athens. The Greek capital is one of the oldest cities in the world and home to the iconic Acropolis. Take your time to discover the heritage, history and culture that lies at the heart of this modern metropolis before boarding the ferry to Thessaloniki.

2nd day: Thessaloniki (Greece) – Depart 20:00

Following the path of St Paul’s Second Missionary in Europe, leads you beyond the imposing Byzantine walls that guard the sophisticated port city of Thessaloniki. The beguiling architecture and meandering cobblestone streets are a pleasure to explore, topped only by the captivating site of the biblical city Berroia, known today as Veria. Join your expert guide to hear all about St. Paul’s tribulations as he tried to win over the noble Jews that lived here.

3rd day: Kavala (Greece) – Depart 16:00

The seaport resort of Kavala perched on the slopes of Mt Symvolo offers spectacular panoramic views. It was here that St Paul baptised the first Greek and European Christian convert, Lydia, and gave his first sermon. Visit the open-air baptistery, the monument that honours the Saint and the prison ruins where he was held captive with St Silas or join our specialist guide for a fascinating excursion to Neapolis and Philippi.

4th day: Istanbul (Turkey) – Depart 20:00

The vibrant city of Istanbul straddles the continents of Europe and Asia via the Bosphorus Strait. Here you can visit the lavish Byzantine and Imperial mosques which pierce Istanbul’s skyline with their towering minarets. The iconic Sultanahmet (blue) mosque, the Romanesque Hippodrome, Topkapi Palace and the world-famous Church of Hagia Sophia are just a few of the enigmatic attractions to admire.

5th day: Dikili (Turkey) – Depart 20:00

Snaking its way along the beautiful coastline of Turkey’s seafront city of Dikili is a lush landscape of green forestry and expansive golden sands. Sparkling crystalline turquoise waters complete the captivating scenery. Here you have the opportunity to visit the Ancient Pergamon and the ancient Acropolis. The remains of the healing temple of Asklepion is the final stop of the day.

6th day: Kusadasi (Turkey) – Depart 23:30

In Turkey’s picturesque seaside resort of Kusadasi, St Paul wrote a letter to the Ephesians and preached at the Great Theatre of Ephesus. The second-largest city of the Roman Empire is also the home of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – the Temple of Artemis. You will learn about this and more on our tour to ancient Ephesus and the city of Miletus.

7th day: Patmos (Greece) – Depart 18:30

Patmos is the smallest of the Greek Dodecanese islands and also its most spiritual. The tranquil island is famously known for being the location where John the Baptist experienced the vision that inspired the Book of Revelations. The last remaining disciple was banished to Patmos by Rome. Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims to St John’s Monastery and the Holy Grotto of the Apocalypse.

8th day: Athens, Piraeus (Greece) – Arrival 07:00

We arrive back in the Greek capital of Athens early, giving the entire day to do as you please in the beating heart of Greece. However, you don’t have to leave us just yet. Our expert guides are waiting to escort you on a mesmerising trip to either the ancient Corinth and Bema of St. Paul or show you the highlights of the ancient Acropolis.


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