The two Israeli stopovers will be the ports of entry for guests to visit Jerusalem, Nazareth and Galilee, and also Tel Aviv, and the Dead Sea.
Before returning to Piraeus, Horizon will call in Patmos, a small island in the Dodecanese. The itinerary also includes two sea days.
‘I have no doubt that this fantastic route will have a great reception from the Spanish market not only because it includes destinations visited by thousands of people and because each one has its own hallmark but also because it will allow them to discover them in a completely Spanish atmosphere, without having to give up their own customs and habits,’ notes Pullmantur Cruises, president and ceo Richard J. Vogel.
The itinerary is part of Pullmantur’s ‘Exclusive Destinations’ sub-brand and therefore, ‘the on-board experience will also be much richer’, Vogel added.