The Black Sea is a vast body of inland water separating Eastern Europe from Western Asia. Voyages across this unique inland sea will call in an array of charming and historic ports across the nations of Turkey, Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia and Romania, all of which meet the Black Sea at their coastline.
Each of the fascinating countries on the Black Sea has plenty to offer the discerning traveller, from historic monuments and ancient landmarks, to lively districts and beautiful scenery. Discover all that this endlessly fascinating region has to offer on an exciting Black Sea cruise.
Black Sea Cruise Destinations
Black Sea cruises visit the following destinations:
Turkey - Istanbul is a hub of Turkish tourism and culture, with a plethora of marvellous cultural and historic landmarks and attractions scattered throughout the city.
Russia - Explore Sochi, Russia's summer capital and the port city of Novorossiysk which is steeped in centuries of illustrious maritime history.
Romania - Founded nearly 2,600 years ago, the historic city of Constanta is Romania’s main Black Sea port and features great museums, parks and beaches.
Bulgaria - The two main ports on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coastline are UNESCO World Heritage Site Nessebar and the beautiful city of Bourgas.
Ukraine - Yalta is set within beautiful natural surroundings and contains a wealth of historic buildings and beautiful architecture.
- Georgia - Georgia’s Black Sea port of Batumi is a lively – but often overlooked – city with a bustling waterfront.