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Cruises to Sicily

No other island in the Mediterranean is of more strategic value than Sicily. This autonomous region of Italy is located right at the toe of its mother country’s “boot” and has been fought over from the time of Carthage to World War II, leaving it with a remarkable wealth of artistic and archaeological heritage. From the extremely well-preserved temples of Segesta and Selinunte to the sparkling Byzantine and Norman treasures of Palermo and Monreale, Sicily never fails to impress. Add to this the Greek theatre of Taormina and the natural spectacle of Vesuvius, you will soon agree with Goethe's observation that: "Sicily is the key to everything".

In 2019, our small-ship, Aegean Odyssey will explore the island’s fascinating history starting in April on the Classical Civilisations of the Southern Mediterranean voyage from Malaga to Athens and later in the season from Rome to Athens as part of the Italian & Adriatic Highlights.  

Sep 4, 2019
Italian & Adriatic Highlights

Italian & Adriatic Highlights

Rome to Venice
16 days
from $4,695*PP
Italian & Adriatic Highlights

Italian & Adriatic Highlights

Sep 4, 2019 Rome to Venice
from $4,695*PP
16 days

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, followed by the Renaissance art of Urbino.

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Sep 4, 2019
Grand Italy, Dalmatia & Greece

Grand Italy, Dalmatia & Greece

Rome to Athens
28 days
from $7,295*PP
Grand Italy, Dalmatia & Greece

Grand Italy, Dalmatia & Greece

Sep 4, 2019 Rome to Athens
from $7,295*PP
28 days

Our most complete cruise around the coast of Italy features a magical two-night hotel stay in Rome, two nights in the floating city of Venice and visits to the historic Dalmatian cities of Croatia. Then gaze in awe at the classical wonders of ancient Greece and across the beautiful capital of Athens.

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