Countries:
Greece, Italy
Embark:
Piraeus
Disembark:
Civitavecchia
Ship:
Sail into the summer season with a Mediterranean cruise that visits Greek and Adriatic coastlines before exploring the breathtaking and storied shores of Sicily and Italy during this 16-day adventure. Shortly after departing Athens transit the Corinth Canal, an impossibly narrow time-saving waterway that bypasses 400 miles of coastline, and is only accessible to small ships, so you enjoy the sights and splendors of the Temple of Apollo in Delphi the next day. Wander among Split’s thousand-year-old walls as you make your way to Diocletian’s Palace. Dine on tart and refreshing lemon gelato within sight of gondolas gliding beneath Venice’s Rialto Bridge. Your journey concludes near Rome, the epcenter of the Roman Empire and a contemporary focal point for Italian food and fashions.
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Tour Highlights

  • Find the stunning iconic Greek Theater of Taormina, an ancient Greco-­Roman theater still used today
  • Leave larger ships in your wake as you transit the narrow Corinth Canal
  • Walk on Zadar’s solar-powered Greeting to the Sun multi-levered glass walkway
  • Appreciate the captivating beauty and charm of small port Rovinj
  • Extra time in Kotor will let you walk the medieval alleyways to discover Baroque palaces and Romanesque churches
  • Late night in Dubrovnik gives you time to explore the majestic city walls and Old Town, UNESCO sites
  • Overnight in Venice with extra time to appreciate St. Mark’s, the canals, Rialto Bridge and the Bridge of Sighs — there’s only one Venice
  • Pack light with complimentary daily laundry service
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