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Friday, October 11, 2019

 

New Goway Offer Invites Globetrotters to Cruise the Ancient World

 

Ancient wonders of the Mediterranean await on Goway’s latest cruise offer, spanning three continents.

Goway Travel is inviting globetrotters to discover three continents on one compact, 8-day itinerary with its latest cruise offer. Part of the company’s World On Sale promotion, Cruising Three Continents stops at ports in Greece, Egypt, Israel, Turkey, and Cyprus, creating an ideal itinerary for history buffs, or anyone else looking to escape the chill this winter.

Embarking in Athens, passengers set sail for Alexandria, home of the ancient world’s most famous library, with the option of an excursion to Cairo and the Giza Pyramids. It’s then on to the cultural offerings, ancient ruins, and sun-drenched shores of Ashdod, Israel, and Limassol in Cyprus. Continue to the island of Rhodes, where one can imagine the Colossus that once welcomed ships to this ancient harbour. Then explore the enormous covered bazaar of Kuradasi in Turkey before returning to Athens.

Globetrotters booking departures on December 9, 16, and 23 will save US $650 per person on this incredible journey. Discounted prices start at just US $1,539 which includes 7 nights’ accommodation, all meals as per itinerary, an unlimited drinks package, port charges and gratuities, onboard entertainment including gala night and captain’s cocktail, and more. Passengers must book by October 31, 2019 to be eligible for this offer.

Many more great Europe travel deals are included in Goway’s World on Sale, including long stays in Spain and Portugal, German Christmas Markets, an 8-day Eclectic Aegean Cruise, and the Best of Greece including Mykonos and Santorini.


 


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