Published on : Monday, January 7, 2019
Regent Seven Seas Cruises (RSSC) will return to Turkey along with eleven itineraries set to depart in 2019.
The cruise line had recently undergone a multi-million dollar enhancement and the all-suite all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager will sail eleven itineraries that will start in April 2019 at famous Turkish ports including Isatnbul, Ephesus (Kusadasi) and Bozcaada.
Lisa Pile, Vice President Sales, Australia & New Zealand at Regent Seven Seas Cruises after a review of travel advisories and extensive research by the internal team, they decided to be in Turkey. A collection of incredible ports has been selected to provide a truly memorable experience. This will be inclusive of regions outside the most traditional, cruising itineraries.
He further added that he could not wait to share the sights and sounds of Turkey with the guests next year.
Guests availing RSSC can opt for open-air evening tour or hosted walking tours happening in the 4000 stalls at the city’s bustling Grand Bazaar marketplace and the Sultahmet Square.
The slower side of local Aegean life can be seen in the tiny island of Bozcaada and visitors to Ephesus can marvel at the marble pathways while moving through the gateway port of Kusadasi.
The Library of Celsus, the Basicila of St John, House of Virgin Mary and the Temple of Artemis will be the covered areas.