South America Symphony

20 January - 23 February 2019

Duration

34 Nights

Journey Type

Sailing from United States

Ports

22 Ports

20 January

Setting sail from Miami

Miami is a pulsating modern city, a cultural crossroads where Cuban émigrés rub shoulders with affluent New Yorkers topping up on winter sun, and where you're just as likely to hear Spanish or Caribbean patois being spoken as you are English. Downtown Miami is a destination in its own right, with a host of world class galleries including the fantastic MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art), but it's still Miami Beach that draws the biggest crowds. The Art Deco district around South Beach is very much back in vogue, with new restaurants, bars and luxury developments sprouting up all over the place.

Don't miss

People watching in South Beach – glamorous gay guys on skates with miniature dogs in slings…

21-22 January

At sea

23 January

Puerto Rico: San Juan

24 January

Antigua and Barbuda: St John's

25 January

Barbados: Bridgetown

26 January

At sea

27 January

French Guiana: Devil's Island

28 January

At sea

29 January

Brazil: Santarém

30 January

Brazil: Parintins

31 January

Brazil: Manaus

1-2 February

Brazil: Boca da Valeria, Alter do Chão

3-4 February

At sea

5 February

Brazil: Fortaleza

6 February

At sea

7 February

Brazil: Recife

8-9 February

At sea

10-12 February

Brazil: Rio de Janeiro

13 February

Brazil: Búzios

14 February

Brazil: Ilha Grande

15 February

Brazil: Paraty

16 February

Brazil: Santos

17 February

Brazil: Porto Belo

18 February

At sea

19 February

Brazil: Rio Grande

20 February

Uruguay: Punta del Este

21 February

Uruguay: Montevideo

22-23 February

Arriving in Buenos Aires

The streets of Buenos Aires are redolent of a grand old European capital, lined with elegant architecture that wouldn't look out of place in Madrid or Paris. There is also plenty of Latin passion on display: Argentina is the home of tango, that most electrifying of dances, and the central Plaza de Mayo has played host to countless revolutions and rallies over the years. Food is an important part of life here, and carnivores shouldn't pass up the opportunity to try the world's finest beef at one of the many steakhouses, known as parrillas. Other attractions include the beautiful Recoleta cemetery, the grand Teatro Colón and the colourful, arty district of La Boca.

Our tip

Plan to stay longer than you think you’ll need; the city offers plenty and the breathtaking Iguazu Falls can be reached by a short flight.

The Ship

Your home from home

Oceania Regatta at sea
R Class Grand Dining Room
R Class Terrace Cafe

Small enough to operate fascinating port-intensive itineraries, but with the space for dining options, comfortable accommodation and more, sister ships Insignia, Nautica, Regatta and Sirena are for many the perfect size.

What we love

These four boutique style sister ships carry just 684 guests apiece, with a comfortable, relaxed country house style and plenty of intimate corners. We love the alternative restaurants - Oceania is rightly renowned for great food - and the pretty little library up on deck 10.

Capacity 684 Guests
Crew 400 International Staff
Style On Oceania it's all about the time spent ashore, so back on board it's relaxed and unpretentious, with no dressing up. Open seating throughout creates an atmosphere which is friendly and sociable.
Inclusions
  • All meals even in the speciality restaurants
  • Room service dining 24 hours a day
  • All soft drinks, bottled water, specialty coffees, teas and juices
  • Shuttle service from ship to city centre in many ports of call
  • Airfare (conditions apply)
  • Internet (conditions apply)
  • Loads of extras for Concierge Class and above
More about Sirena

Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
The Betsy hotel, Miami

Where to stay in Miami

Glamorous, hip, or so cool you freeze? Lots of choice… but we really like the Betsy.

Florida Keys

See more of Florida

If you have a few days get down to the Florida Keys – magnificent.

Alvear Art Hotel, Buenos Aires

Where to stay in Buenos Aires

Just steps away from the elegant Santa Fe Avenue and famous Florida Street, we love the Alvear Art Hotel.

Recoleta Cemetery, Buenos Aires

Explore Buenos Aires

Take a private city tour to see all the highlights including the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo, colourful La Boca, the Colon Theatre and the Recoleta cemetery, resting place of Evita.

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect cruise holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7670 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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