Shore Excursions

Enjoy the Markets, Bazaars and Foods of Istanbul: Explore Istanbul's market and discover the elements of Turkish cuisine. Visit Istanbul's Fish Market and the Spice Bazaar. Discover the raw ingredients required for kebaps at Beyoglu Outside Market. Learn about the Turkish cuisine and sample some savory kebaps. There's free time to shop in the Grand Bazaar.

Discover the ancient beauty and culture of Constanta: Depart from the pier directly to Constanta, one of the oldest cities in Europe. Along the way, you will pass some of the city's most important sites before arriving at the imposing History and Archeology Museum, which is situated next to the Roman Mosaic, the largest mosaic in southeast Europe.

Visit a Bulgarian Village in Nesebur: Begin this unique tour with a drive through the scenic countryside just inland from Nesebur, arriving at a small rural village. Here, you'll be given a rare opportunity for a glimpse of what domestic country life is truly like in this fascinating country. Continuing on, a brief visit is made to the utterly charming small village church and at the city hall where the mayor will personally greet you and happily answer all of your questions about village life and the hopes and dreams of the people who reside here.

See a traditional Folkloric Show in Varna: Sit back at an open-air restaurant and sip a glass of wine as singers, dancers and musicians in traditional costumes perform Bulgarian music, songs and dances.

Tour the Palace of Count Tolstoy in Odessa: Built in 1830 for a cousin of the famed Russian novelist, the palace features patterned parquet floors, molded ceilings and marble fireplaces, as well as a collection of the Count's photographs and furniture. The palace is home today to Odessa's Scientists Club.

Explore Crimean Battlefields in Sevastopol: Sevastopol was the scene of major battles during the Crimean War and World War II. Tour the historic sights including a formerly secret Soviet submarine base. Visit Sevastopol and view the famous painted Panorama chronicling the Crimean War battle for the city. Afterwards, explore Primorsky Park on a guided walking tour.

Take a relaxing tour of Yalta: Experience Yalta on a narrated panoramic drive about the city. Visit the White Palace of Livadia, built for the last Tsar in 1911. The palace was also the site of World War II's famed Yalta conference in 1945. Travel along the beautiful Crimean coast, passing palaces from the old Tsarist era.

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