Sailing aboard the aptly named Aegean Odyssey, this series of cruises offers our most comprehensive exploration of Greece and its idyllic islands to-date. Each itinerary includes a combination of in-depth land tours, scenic Greek island cruising, and calls to many exciting ports including Greek legends of old and hidden gems alike.
Combine the sites of Greece and the Dalmatian Coast on this grand voyage, exploring Athens, Crete, Karpathos and Nisyros before cruising past Kotor Bay to the walled city of Dubrovnik and the Italian city of Trieste. Your journey ends with an overnight stay in incomparable Venice.
From the world-famous Acropolis, site of the Parthenon, to the monastery of Osios Loukas, the Greek amphitheatre of Epidaurus and the Palace of Knossos, to the Acropolis of Lindos, and the sacred island of Delos, this voyage is Greek Island cruising at its very best.
A dedicated Greek cruise, where you will see the capital’s many wonders, including the world-famous Acropolis and Parthenon, the monastery of Osios Loukas and Delphi on the slopes of Mount Parnassus. You will also visit the Temple of Apollo, the island of Tinos and the spectacular Byzantine Monasteries at Meteora.
Our second dedicated Greek grand voyage, beginning with two nights in Athens to explore the great sites of antiquity, of which the Acropolis, site of the Parthenon is a must. You will also enjoy a sightseeing drive to the monastery of Osios Loukas followed by Delphi on the slopes of Mount Parnassus, and Corinth, one of the largest cities of the ancient world.
Begin your cruise with a two-night hotel stay in Athens for the capital’s many wonders, including the majestic Parthenon. You'll also explore one of the greatest cities of the Mycenaean civilization, Mycenae and The Greek amphitheater of Epidaurus. This voyage also includes visits to Heraklion, Crete and Cairo for an overland trip.
This grand voyage across the Mediterranean begins with a four-day tour of Classical Greece, featuring hotel stays in Delphi and Nauplia, before cruising through what has been known historically as the Middle Sea.