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Piraeus (athens), greece cruise port.

Piraeus is the port cruise ships use to access Athens, the city that is considered the cradle of Western Civilization. Athens is credited with the creation of the modern democracy. During the 5 th century, Athenian residents had freedom of speech, and the government had organized social welfare programs. This peaceful time spurred great achievements in philosophy by Socrates, medicine by Hippocrates and history by Herodotus. Today, Athens holds onto the accomplishments of its past, but continues to modernize and make the city a more approachable city to cruisers. With an improved public transportation system and 10 miles of streets designated for pedestrians only, there has never been a better time to cruise to Athens and enjoy the city’s past.  Featured below are a few of our favorite experiences for the cruise port of Athens, Greece:

  • The National Archaeological Museum is a must-see spot for anyone interested in the roots of Athens and ancient civilizations. Here you’ll find artifacts from the Mycenaean period and Cycladic period, along with Egyptian art and frescoes and vases from Santorini.  
  • The Acropolis is a must when cruising to Athens. The Acropolis is also home to the Parthenon, and its famous columns, and the Temple of Athena Nike.  
  • Greek food is popular world over, but in Athens you can experience the real deal. Products like Greek yogurt, feta cheese and Kalamata olives all have Greek origins. Try Souvlaki, which is grilled meat with tzatziki on a pita. This dish is often served at restaurants and stands within the city.  
  • Explore the Kanellopoulos Museum which has jewelry, weapons and other artifacts from ancient Greek history. The collection is all housed in a mansion built in 1884.  
  • Take a ride on the funicular in Kolonaki for a trip up Lycavittos Hill for stunning views of Athens. If you wish, you can hike up the hill, but be sure to stay hydrated – especially if you visit this hot city in the summer.

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Welcome To Piraeus, Athens Cruise Port: What You Need To Know

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The bustling port of Piraeus is the largest passenger port in Athens Greece. As well as many ships per day going to and from the Greek islands (mainly the Cyclades and Saronic Gulf but other destinations too) Piraeus Athens is also one of Europe’s major cruise ports.

Cruise lines dock their ships at Piraeus all year round although over winter it tends to be smaller cruise ships. As one of the largest cruise ports, Piraeus Athens can berth 11 cruise ships at a time from these small ships with a few hundred passengers up to the biggest ships from Royal Caribbean cruise line.

Some days there’s just one cruise ship at the port. On busy days I’ve seen up to 9 cruise ships scheduled in.

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Athens is a frequent stop for many cruise operators’ Mediterranean cruises. In fact, Piraeus Port is often the home port for Eastern Mediterranean cruises.

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It’s normal for a cruise line to arrange a one-day stop at Piraeus although some ships dock overnight. Most cruise ships tend to arrive in the early hours of the morning and then leave late in the evening. But have a good long day for you to explore the city.

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Some of the best cruise lines in the world stop in Athens Greece. You’ll often see large ships at the port from companies like:

  • Princess Cruises
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Oceania Cruises

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  • Celebrity Cruises

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  • Hellenic Cosmos
  • Cunard Line Ships

Celebrity Beyond Ship at Piraeus

Here I’m going to help you navigate Piraeus Cruise Port specifically . The advice is slightly different if you’re using the Port of Piraeus and you’re not a cruiser because the ferries dock in a different area . But if you’re amongst the cruise passengers whose cruise visits, starts or finishes at this port of Athens then read on.

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Arriving at the Port of Piraeus Cruise Terminal by Cruise

Cruise ships arrive at gate E11 and gate E12 (Lion’s Gate) and there are three docks you could stop at.

The three terminals at Piraeus are some way apart from each other and from the Piraeus city centre so you might need to plan your exit when you get off the ship.

Cruise Terminal A Miaoulis is the main Terminal . Cruise terminal A is the closest to the ferry port but still about a 20 minute walk to Piraeus Metro station.

Terminal A at Athens Cruise Port

Cruise Terminal B Themistocles – the Terminal B building is the furthest pier from the Metro and ferry port. It’s also about a five-minute walk from where your cruise ship docks (if that’s the pier you arrive on).

Cruise terminals B and C in Piraeus Athens

Terminal C Alkimos is between terminals A and B, close to terminal B and the lion statue of Lion’s Gate fame.

If your cruise ship is the only one at Port Piraeus when you arrive you’ll likely be close to the terminal building. But if your cruise is one of several in Athens that day you could be quite a distance from the terminal.

Luckily there is a free shuttle service to move you between the ship and the terminal building.

Services available at the cruise port

  • tourist police
  • customs office
  • check-in desks

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  • currency exchange
  • duty-free shops

Gate E12 – the Lions Gate – at Athens Cruise Port

Athens Airport Bag Drop

There’s now a mini airport terminal at the Port of Piraeus. It’s the ferry port, not the cruise port but I’m including it here as it’s likely to be useful to many of you.

If you’re departing Athens by flight, you can check in your luggage between 1 day and 120 minutes before your flight.

You’ll be given a boarding pass and luggage tag. Then, while you explore the city, your luggage is taken to the airport. The hub you need to go to is called In Town Check In and you’ll find it at the passenger terminal at Gate Ε3.

Transport Near the Cruise Port

Public transportation near Piraeus cruise port includes:

Athens Metro is pretty reliable and easy to navigate . The Piraeus – Athens line 1 is the oldest but you can now use the blue line 3 from a brand new station. Both take about the same amount of time into central Athens.

On either, be aware that the Metro in Athens Greece is second in the world for pick-pocketing . So keep your valuables zipped away and be vigilant for scams like someone dropping something on the floor. Don’t help, just walk away.

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Tram – the tram lines to and around Piraeus are new. They’re a handy way of getting around the various parts of Piraeus city if you’re staying to explore that. And also a straightforward way of getting to Athens riviera if you want to visit that or have a hotel stay located there.

Hop on – Hop off buses

Mini train for tours around Piraeus

Tourist mini trains parked at terminal A

Spending Your Day in Athens City Center

If you’re heading to central Athens there are a number of options for you to get there.

Cruise Line Shuttle Buses

First off, check whether your cruise line is running dedicated shuttle buses to get you into Athens. If they are, it’s normally a free service and it’s probably useful to take advantage of them if you’re happy to get off the ship when they’re running.

Shore Excursions

Your cruise line will no doubt offer a number of shore excursions for you to choose from. As well as going into the city you might also have the option to explore ancient Greece via the Temple of Posideon at Cape Sounio or a day trip to Delphi .

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If you prefer, you can book independently for specific tours that take into account cruise ship itineraries . For shore excursions not booked through your cruise line, you’ll need to coordinate with the group organisers/ tour guide to get to and from your tour.

Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Not the quickest mode of transport but a good way to get the lay of the land and see a lot in a short space of time . There are several hop-on hop-off buses that come past the cruise port .

Gray Line Athens Hop on hop off bus

Some of the Piraeus Lines start later in the day (often around noon). There’s a stop outside terminal A with information about the current timetable that you can check. But also check company websites for your arrival date as the City Sightseeing Buses run from outside the passenger terminals every 15 minutes from earlier in the morning for cruise passengers.

To see the main sites like the ones below you’ll need to change from the Piraeus line to an Athens line unless you get one of the buses that goes directly to Athens.

Acropolis & Acropolis Museum

(including Temple of Athenian Nike)

Arguably the most famous of the Athenian landmarks the Acropolis will no doubt be top of your list the first time you visit Athens. If you’re visiting in the summer then the 17:30 tour can help avoid some of the crowds and heat.

If you have time, choose to visit the Acropolis Museum. Some tours include the museum. If yours doesn’t you can head there before or after for a good overview of Greek history and culture.

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National Archaeological Museum

The National Archeological Museum is the biggest in Greece. You’ll find artefacts from all over Greece housed here. Together these items give you an excellent picture of ancient Greek culture.

Opening times and entry fees vary seasonally so check on the museum’s site .

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National Library

The National Library has moved to a futuristic new building that makes up part of the complex at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center along the coast.

The Stavros Niarchos Park is a pleasant space to walk through and the centre holds concerts and various vents throughout the year.

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National Gallery

If you’re interested in visiting the National Gallery it’s close to Kolonaki (high-end shopping), the Benaki Museum and the Museum of Cycladic Art. Closed on Tuesdays it’s open from 10am – 6pm the rest of the week.

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Temple of Olympian Zeus

Another of Athens’ most distinctive landmarks is the Temple of Olympian Zeus, along with Hadrian’s Arch.

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Panathenaic Stadium / Ancient Olympic Stadium

Run around the track at the ancient Olympic Stadium, pose on the winners’ podium for photos or just hit your entire daily step count goal walking to the top of the seating area! It’s steep, and the marble is slippery when wet so take care.

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Syntagma Square

Syntagma Square is a huge square in the centre of Athens. Hellenic Parliament is housed in a large neoclassical building in the north that faces the famous shopping street of Ermou.

Below, on a wall around the building, you can see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It’s guarded by the Evzones /Presidential Guard. These ceremonial soldiers stand motionless in their elaborate and symbolic uniforms until it’s time to be replaced.

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You can watch the changing of the guards at Syntagma Square on the hour every hour.

But if your cruise stops in Athens on a Sunday you’ll get an extra special display . On Sundays at 11am , the soldiers wear traditional dress and it’s quite a sight to see.

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Mount Lycabettus

Lycabettus Hill is the highest peak in Athens and a leafy escape from the crowds. There’s a cable car that’ll transport you up and down. But if you’re feeling sporty you can hike up the trail.

There’s a church at the top along with a cafe/restaurant. So you could always cable car up and then work off your treats by walking back down.

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Express Bus

The X80 Piraeus-Acropolis-Syntagma Express bus line will get you to central Athens (Acropolis, Syntagma Square) in about 30 minutes . Main stops include Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, Sygrou-Fix Metro, Acropolis and Syntagma.

This is quite a convenient way for cruise travelers to get into the city since it picks you up directly at the cruise port exits. Note that it only runs between May and October and from around 7am – 9pm . You can check the ticket price here .

OLP port shuttle bus at Athens Cruise port

In the picture above, you can see this is also a stop for the OLP port shuttle bus that goes to the cruise terminals where the ships dock.

There’s also a public bus, the 040 , that runs between Piraeus and Syntagma. It’s cheaper than the X80 but it stops at a lot of places and can get crowded . The X80 is generally better for tourists unless you arrive overnight. The 040 runs 24 hours so you can get into Athens at any hour. (Take a taxi if you’re a solo traveller arriving overnight.)

Piraeus Metro station / train station is about a 20 minutes walk from terminal A . Most likely you’ll have to walk because the drivers get a bit stroppy if you ask them to take you just a short distance from the port.

In my experience, they’ll take you if there’s no one else about. But the drivers will dump you for a better fare if someone else wants to go to the airport or the city centre for example.

If you’re walking look for Piraeus 3 on Google Maps . That will take you to the new station (2022) with the blue metro line 3.

Both that line and line 1 from the station below will take you into Athens in about the same amount of time so you can take either.

Ticket machines at Piraeus Metro station for travel between Piraeus and Athens

If you get the Metro line 1, take a moment to admire the architecture of the station . Buy your ticket from one of the machines (cash or card) and then get onto the green line.

Get off the Metro at Thissio for a meal with a view . The Acropolis from this neighbourhood is spectacular and there are rooftop restaurants you can enjoy it from. Then wander around the historic sites on your way to touristy Plaka .

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If you stay on an extra stop you can explore Monastiraki and the famous Monastiraki Flea Market . The proper market stalls are only out on Sunday but there’s an eclectic mix of small shops all week .

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From there, walk up Ermou , the main street for high-street shopping , until you get to Syntagma . There you can jump on one of the hop-on, hop-off bus tours or stay a while and watch the changing of the guard .

Spending Your Day in Piraeus City Centre

This ancient Athenian port is worth exploring if you’ve already been to Athens and/or just want to stay closer to your ship. The city of Piraeus is often overlooked . But as an ancient city with strong ties to maritime history, there’s plenty to see and do within walking distance.

Places you might enjoy visiting include:

Hellenic Maritime Museum

This is the largest marine museum in Greece and great if you’re a maritime enthusiast. The museum will take you through the history of the Hellenic Navy from prehistory to the present day.

It’s situated at Zeas Marina close to the cruise port. The marina itself is lovely to walk around too (see below).

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Archeological Museum of Piraeus

The tourist mini-train will drop you right outside if you want to get your dose of Greek history without traipsing all the way into Athens city centre.

This museum has lots of sculptures and will give you an in-depth look at the Pireaus area which was a busy place during antiquity.

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Municipal Theatre

The Municipal Theatre is a large neoclassical building that houses a variety of productions. Visit here to see what’s on. While you’re there pop into the new metro station outside. It houses some interesting historical exhibits that are worth a look.

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Holy Cathedral of Agia Triada

This is a beautiful building both inside and out. It’s also a quiet haven from the busy city. Remember to dress respectfully to enter this Orthodox Church. That means no shorts or uncovered shoulders.

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Piraeus Train Station

The metro station that houses green line one is another piece of architecture you might like to see. If you’re a train enthusiast the elegant station leads to the museum below.

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Electric Railway Museum

There’s an entrance to the railway museum at the Metro platform before you go through the barriers. The museum is open 8am – 2pm Monday to Saturday.

Piraeus is also a good city for normal shopping with chains like H&M, Marks and Spencer, Hondos Centre as well as lots of others, and specialist shops, too.

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Of course, you can find souvenir shops in the city and stores with local produce if you want to pick up some bits and pieces to take back.

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Marinas for Food and Drink

On top of that, you’re right by the sea and in a great place for traditional Greek food , particularly seafood .

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Take the number 20 (yellow) tram from Akti Posidonos to the Limhn Zeas stop at Mikrolimano and have a walk around the marina .

It’s a buzzing place day and night with plenty of coffee shops and restaurants . For a real treat, stay on the tram until Skalakia and enjoy an exciting meal at the Michelin-starred Varoulko Seaside Restaurant.

Accessing Public Transport from the Cruise Port

For the Metro, tram, mini train and hop-on hop-off buses come out of your cruise exit and head down the hill in front of you (to your left if you’re at terminal A).

Palm tree lined street at sunset

The train and buses stop where the main road splits to go off to terminal A. You’ll see the signs , it’s quite obvious.

Keep walking around to your left on the main road and you’ll come to the tram stop .

Tram stop nearest to Piraeus cruise port

5 minutes beyond that you’ll come to the Metro stations on your right. The one for line 1 is opposite Piraeus Port just before ferry gate E6. The other for line 3 is a little beyond the same gate.

I recommend downloading the offline version of Google Maps because you can find these spots easily on there.

Getting to Piraeus Cruise Port from Athens Airport

Thanks to the opening of a brand new station and stretch of railway, from10th October 2022 you can now get the metro directly from Athens airport to Piraeus port . The journey to Piraeus 3 Metro station takes about 55 minutes .

Note that the metros that run all the way between the airport and port only run every 36 minutes so account for that time too.

Taxis Or Private Transfer

Athens International Airport is about 40 minutes from Piraeus by taxi. Taxis are easy to get directly outside of the airport terminal. The cost is a flat rate of 54 euro during the day and 70 euro after hours.

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For peace of mind, you could also choose a private transfer service for a stress-free and easy transfer that you arrange and pay for in advance. The price should be similar to the taxi rates.

Taxis and transfers are the easiest and probably the best option for getting to the port.

There’s also the public bus service X96 . The journey time is around 90 minutes from the airport to the ferry port (gate E1). From there it’s a bit far to walk to your departure point with luggage. So either jump in a cab or get a second bus round to the cruise terminals.

Getting To Athens Cruise Port From Athens City Centre

If you’re planning to spend some time in the capital of Greece before or after your cruise then you can choose between getting a cab or taking the metro. The best way to get to the port from “downtown Athens” will probably depend on how many of you there are and how much luggage you have.

Taxis and cars on the Piraeus roads with tram cables overhead

Again, a private transfer is an option or just ask your hotel to arrange a taxi for you. Prices from central Athens hotels are around 20 – 30 euro.

Travelling by metro is quite straightforward from the centre . Get on (or change to) the blue Metro Line 3 at the central metro stations of Monastiraki or Sygntama and head straight for the port. It’s a short ride of just under 20 minutes to Piraeus.

However, as I said above, it’s a bit of a trek (30 minutes or more) to the actual cruise port of Piraeus (depending on which pier you need). So you’ll need to get a taxi or a bus round from the station.

Enjoy Your Cruise!

I hope this info helps you know more about what to expect when you arrive at the port of Piraeus, Athens’ cruise port. Whether it’s one of your ports of call or where you’re embarking on or disembarking your cruise, I wish you a wonderful trip.

Welcome To Piraeus, Athens Cruise Port: What You Need To Know

Suzie Young

Suzie writes informative posts for solo, nervous or first-time travellers to Greece, Turkey and other countries on her 50-before-50 bucket list. She became a Greek resident in 2020 and intends to visit every inhabited island (13 down!).

Thanks! This was very informative and helpful. We’ve booked a hotel (one night) in Piraeus so that we are near the cruise port. The hotel says that it has baggage transfer service – does that mean that we could have them deliver our luggage to the cruise port? Is it reliable?

Hi there. I’d just check they come along to the cruise port but I’m sure they will since it’s not far by car from the main port. I’d imagine it’s pretty reliable as they’re probably back and fourth with transfers. Perhaps look up the hotel on Google Maps or somewhere like booking. com and see if any of the reviews are from people who’ve specifically used that service.

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visit the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece on a Holland America Line Mediterranean Europe cruise

National Archaeological Museum

visit the Acropolis in Athens, Greece on a Holland America Line Mediterranean Europe cruise

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Kastella & Mikrolimano is an oasis amid the roaring hustle of Piraeus / Athens Greece

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Santorini (Thira), Greece

Santorini is the crown jewel of Greece’s Cyclades. A massive volcano caldera, brilliant white clifftop villages, and legendary wines list just some of the island’s many attractions.

Crete (Iraklion), Greece

Crete is a gift of natural splendors and ancient sites. Explore its picturesque villages and crystalline waters, then visit the Palace of Knossos, a massive archeological site that dates back thousands of years.

Mykonos, Greece

No place compares to glamorous Mykonos. Take a dip in the crystal-clear Aegean, then savor bruschetta-like mostra for a late lunch. As the tangerine sun sets over the horizon, the island’s sizzling nightlife awakens.

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Athens at a glance.

When was Piraeus (Athens) founded?  Piraeus was founded in the early 5th century B.C., when it was selected to become the port of Athens.  

Where is Piraeus (Athens) located?  Piraeus is located approximately 5 miles southwest from the city of Athens.  

What is the population of Athens?  664,046  

What language is primarily spoken?  Greek  

What is the time zone of Piraeus (Athens)?   Eastern European Time (EET) and Eastern European Summer Time (EEST)

  • Athens, Greece is GMT/UTC +2h during Eastern European Time
  • Athens, Greece is GMT/UTC +3h during Eastern European Summer Time

What currency is used in Piraeus (Athens)?  Euro (EUR)

Travel Tips for Athens

How do I book a flight to Athens?  At Holland America we offer cruise travelers low prices on their flights. Please see more information on our  Flight Ease program here .

Where should I stay when cruising from Athens?  We offer hotel packages to our already booked guests. For more information, visit our  hotel packages and pre- or post-travel arrangements .

What are some of the top places to see in  Athens ?  Visit our  Athens port page  for more information on our top travel recommendations.

Athens Port Information

What should I expect boarding to like for my cruise departing  Athens ?   Please visit our cruise  preparation FAQ  for information on how to access or print boarding passes, how to check in online, and to see if you need a passport. Can I book an airport shuttle to my cruise departing Athens?   Book an airport transfer from the airport to your ship after you book a cruise with Holland America Line. We make getting to and from your cruise comfortable, convenient and hassle-free. For more information on EXC City Stays & Overland Tours, please visit here .

Are you an already booked guest with Holland America Line ? For booked guests, please log in to see our travel planning details on how to book an airport transfer.

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Book flights that depart and arrive in time for Greece cruises from Athens with Holland America Line Flight Ease®. Find low prices, loads of options, and enjoy flexibility and support should plans change.

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Athens stays up long after the sun goes down. Add a hotel package to your cruise and indulge in an unforgettable overnight in Athens.

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There is a lot of ground to cover, we make it easy to schedule transfers between the airport and ship. Arrange ground transportation ahead of time and breeze to and from your Greece cruise.

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Cruise to Athens, Greece and fall in love with the city’s unique claims to fame. This one-of-a-kind, history-rich destination can boast to not only be the home to the Olympic games throughout the ages… but also the birthplace of democracy. Talk about competitive team sports! To this day, Athens is a city as rich in history as it is immersed in mythology. On cruises from Athens, you’ll see ancient feats of architecture like the Acropolis, Parthenon and Temple of Olympian Zeus mingling with modern museums, cafes and shops across the Athenian landscape. It’s a one-of-a-kind destination, and a must-see stop on any Greek Isles cruise.

  • Visit the Parthenon and you’re in Athena’s house. This temple, built to worship her, today welcomes all.
  • Get it together and visit the Temple of Hephaestus — perhaps the best-preserved ancient temple.
  • Pláka, a neighborhood located just a stone’s throw from major historical sites, is an historical destination, itself.

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Elderly American couple stranded in Spain after Norwegian Cruise ship left without them

They missed the boat — literally.

An elderly American couple was left behind by Norwegian Cruise Line in Spain this week after they returned late to the ship and the vessel refused to wait for them — despite it routinely departing behind schedule during the voyage.

“I am a very experienced traveler and have probably been on as many as 30 cruises during my lifetime,” Salt Lake City resident Richard Gordon, 84, told CNN.

“Never before have we ever missed catching a ship on time at a port. So we are not someone who abuses the system.”

Gordon and his wife Claudene, 81, had gone on an independently booked excursion to view the city of Grenada while their ship, Viva, was docked in Motril on Monday. Due to a rainstorm, they ran late for the 5:30 p.m. all-aboard time ahead of a scheduled 6 p.m. departure.

At 5:45 p.m. the Gordons, who were taking the cruise to celebrate Richard’s 85th birthday this week, notified a relative on board that they were running late but were nearby.

The family member was told that the Viva had to leave on time and would not wait. By the time the octogenarians arrived at 6:10 p.m., the boat had left the harbor, Gordon told the outlet.

“Our cruise began in Lisbon and we departed from Lisbon about one and a half hours after the scheduled departure at 4 p.m.,” he claimed.

“Then the next night or two, at least a half-hour late from the dock, so it is clear that they do not always leave on the exact moment scheduled.”

When the Viva set sail, the Gordons were left without their medication, eyeglasses and spare hearing aid batteries, which were on board.

Back in Salt Lake City, their daughter Marilee Baker, stayed up into the wee hours of the morning trying to book her parents a flight to Palma de Mallorca, where the boat was making its next call Wednesday morning, according to CNN.

The Gordons claim Norwegian didn’t make first contact with them until late Tuesday, and by the time they got to Mallorca, they were met with a luxury taxi service to bring them to the Viva.

“They picked us up at the hotel in a beautiful black BMW limousine to take us to the ship. There we were met by the head of ship services who escorted us inside the ship to meet the general manager of the ship, then they escorted us to breakfast, then they escorted us to our cabin,” Gordon told CNN, adding the boat blamed the Motril harbormaster, who they said was supposed to organize travel with the couple.

Despite their reception, Gordon said the boat’s failure to communicate with them left a sour taste in their mouth.

“The ship had not contacted us directly for two days so that doesn’t speak so well for them,” he said.

Norwegian Cruise Line disputed the couple’s account of what happened, telling The Post they were a full hour behind the 5:30 p.m. all-aboard time, and that it tried numerous times without success to contact the couple after they were left behind.

“After several attempts to contact these guests with the phone numbers provided, as well as trying to phone their emergency contact, we were unable to speak to them directly. However, we worked closely with the local port agents to make arrangements for the guests to rejoin the vessel,” a Norwegian Cruise Lines spokesperson said.

“It is important to note that a delayed departure has the potential to impact the ship’s ability to deliver its planned itinerary and thus influence the experience for all guests onboard. While this was a very unfortunate situation, guests are responsible for ensuring they return to the ship at the published time.”  

The Gordons are the second set of passengers to complain about being left behind by Norwegian Cruise Lines in just a month.

Earlier in April, nine passengers — including six Americans — missed their boat in Africa and were left to fend for themselves to catch up with the boat in Senegal.

The passengers — including a paraplegic person and an elderly man with a heart condition — were left stranded on the island without any belongings like money, medicine and necessary travel documents.

Norwegian reimbursed some costs they endured while trying to make it back onto the ship, the cruise line said .

Though not waiting for passengers late by their own doing is a common procedure on cruise ships , Norwegian has faced scrutiny in recent weeks after one of the passengers left behind in Africa had recently suffered a stroke and was sent to the hospital when the ship departed.

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Mackinac Island welcomes first cruise ship of the season, and it’s a big one

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Viking Octantis calls on Mackinac Island

The Viking Octantis was the first ship to call on Mackinac Island for the 2024 Great Lakes cruising season on Tuesday, April 30. The 665-foot ship anchored and brought passengers to shore by tender boat. Mackinac Island Tourism Bureau

MACKINAC ISLAND, MI – Mackinac Island welcomed its first cruise ship of the season on Tuesday.

The Viking Octantis, one of the largest cruise ships on the Great Lakes, anchored off the shores of Mackinac Island and used tender boats to take passengers to the island for a day visit, which began with a carriage tour.

“We’re excited to be a stop along their journey and look forward to having folks visit from near and far!” Mackinac Island Tourism Bureau said on Facebook.

Viking Octantis calls on Mackinac Island

Mackinac Island is Michigan’s most popular cruise destination.

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In 2023, around 20,000 cruise ship passengers visited the National Historic Landmark island, making an economic impact of nearly $2 million. Nine cruise ships each visited dozens of times for a total of around 100 calls.

Viking Octantis calls on Mackinac Island

The Great Lakes cruising season continues through October.

At 665 feet long, the Viking Octantis shares the title of the largest cruise ship on the Great Lakes with its identical sister ship the Viking Polaris.

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