With its dramatic coastline, stunning islands and world famous historical sites, Croatia is a jewel in the Adriatic. Its rich history has left a magnificent legacy of Roman, Venetian and Byzantine architectural treasures. Despite terrible suffering in the war following independence and the break up of the Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia in the 1990s, today Croatia is a member of the European Union and NATO. Your visit will take in the country's natural and man-made wonders including the island of Zadar and the Palace of Diocletian.
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.
Take an unforgettable journey between the two gems of art history, Athens and Venice. Explore Athens and Corfu before admiring the natural wonder of Kotor Bay, then sail to Dubrovnik and visit Diocletian’s massive mausoleum in Split. This voyage also includes a visit to the Italian city of Trieste and an overnight stay in Venice.
Start with an overnight in Venice and then join Aegean Odyssey to cruise to the Renaissance treasures of Urbino and the charming Croatian ports of Split and Dubrovnik before heading back to ancient Lecce. This voyage also includes visits to Corfu, Butrint, Taormina and Sorrento, before your final port of call, Rome, for a 2-night hotel stay.
This voyage traces the artful history of the Renaissance throughout Italy and the Adriatic before concluding in the vibrant city of Seville. Along the way visit Urbino, birthplace of the great master painter Raphael, as well as iconic Florence, the Sicilian landscapes of Taormina, and the Picasso Museum in Malaga.
Historical and architectural treasures abound on this grand voyage, from the gothic cathedrals of Lisbon and Spain's magnificent Alhambra to the Papal Palace in Avignon and the stunning Santa Croce Basilica in Lecce.
Sail from the treasures of Imperial Rome to the canals, palaces and museums of Venice. Other highlights include the magnificent Amalfi Coast, the evocative ruins of Pompeii, the charming Croatian ports of Split and Dubrovnik and the Renaissance art of Urbino.
This is an unforgettable voyage sailing between the two great cities of Venice and Athens. Along the way enjoy the dramatic scenery of Kotor Bay, stunning coastal cruising in Dalmatia, the sites of ancient Olympia and a call at Hydra, one of Greece’s most charming islands.
Ancient empires collide on this fascinating cruise - visit the Temple of Jupiter in Split and the birthplace of Achilles, Delos, in Greece. The Baroque church of St Blaise in Dubrovnik and the Minoan site of Akrotiri are also featured.