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Southern Australia's most graceful city lies nestled on the coastal plain between Gulf St. Vincent and the Adelaide Hills. Adelaide is a metropolis of over one million people, boasting wide, tree-lined boulevards, superb Victorian and Edwardian architecture, tranquil parks, world-class shopping, and the highest number of restaurants per capita of any city in Australia. Adelaide is also your gateway to the beautiful Limestone Coast.
Country - Australia Distance from port to City - 16kms Distance to Airport - 13kms Currency - Australian Dollars (AUD)
Places of Interest Barossa Valley, Cleland Conservation Park, Rundle Mall
Hobart is Australia's second oldest city and state capital of Tasmania. Home to more than 90 National Trust buildings, Hobart combines colonial character with a metropolitan lifestyle. It is the gateway to Tasmania's other scenic attractions and a range of shore activities lets you experience the best of both worlds.
Explore the historic core at the colonial village of Battery Point, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, as well as Theatre Royal, the country's oldest theater. There's also wine-tasting and pub-hopping to enjoy.
Country - Australia Distance from port to City - 0kms Distance from port to Airport - 17kms Currency - Australian Dollars (AUD)
Places of Interest Port Arthur, Salamanca Place, Bonorong Wildlife Park
Dubbed one of the world’s most liveable cities, Melbourne has much to offer the day visitor. The locals’ passion for culture, fashion, food and music has created a swanky, cosmopolitan air. The city’s suburbs present a rich blend of architecture, cuisine and atmospheres. Take a trip to Albert Park Lake, Melbourne’s arts and cultural centre or sample one of myriad restaurants. With one of the world’s largest Greek communities outside of Greece, the Moussaka is much recommended!
Country- Australia Distance from port to City -8kms Distance to Airport - 27kms Currency - Australian Dollars (AUD)
Places of Interest National Gallery of Victoria, Luna Park, Melbourne Aquarium, Federation Square
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Royal Caribbean International
Royal Caribbean International, the cruise line that delivers the "Wow!" and the one that put rock-climbing walls and ice-skating rinks on cruise ships. Whether you've sailed with us before or have just seen our commercials on TV, you may have the sense that we're not your average cruise line.
With more than 120 destinations worldwide and an amazing array of exciting shore excursions and cruisetour options, we're reaching out to vacationers eager to try something new – whether it's glacier-trekking in Alaska, swimming with stingrays in the Caribbean or strolling the Champs Élysées in Paris.
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Voyager of the Seas
This ship is a revolutionary marvel of naval engineering. Enjoy one-of-a-kind features like an ice-skating rink, the Royal Promenade and a rock-climbing wall, just for starters. How did Royal Caribbeal accommodate all of these innovative ideas? Simple. They built a bigger cruise ship. The 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Voyager of the Seas became the world's largest cruise ship when it entered service in November 1999. Innovations on this and other Voyager-family ships add up to more space for every guest, and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.