7 Nights Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, Greece
Includes: Airfare + Cruise + Hotel
Outbound: October 28th
Return: November 07th
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7 Days | 6 Ports
VENICE – RULER OF THE WATERS AND HER POWERS — Wet and wonderful. Old and artsy. Romantic and historic. Writers, poets and politicians have been extolling its virtues for centuries. Lord Byron dubbed it The Ruler of Waters and Her Powers. And despite its grandeur, you can explore it by foot or gondola, starting at the Bridge of Sighs, and write your own poem
WELCOME TO PROUDLY INDEPENDENT SPLIT, CROATIA — Once part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, Split, Croatia has seen armies and emperors come and go, including the Ottomans, Austrian-Hungarians–and before that the Romans, and most recently, the Serbs. Now, it proudly has its history on display, beginning with the mausoleum of Roman Emperor Diocletian, now a church, bell tower and grotto.
Katakolon / Olympia (Greece)
YOUR OLYMPIC ADVENTURE STARTS HERE: KATAKOLON — Even though it is a small port and beach town, Kartakolon is the second busiest port in all of Greece and the site of the ancient Greek games. The ruins in Olympia are the main attraction, but there’s also the Katakolon tourist train, the abundance of beaches and the call of nearby islands.
ATHENS – THE BIRTHPLACE OF DEMOCRACY — If you learn one thing from your visit to Athens, Greece, it is that democracy is a fragile thing. A monument to freedom, this home of Plato , Homer and Socrates offers illuminating lessons in stone beginning with the Parthenon and Acropolis and the temples to Zeus and Athena. Immerse yourself!
FOLLOWING ANCIENT FOOTSTEPS IN BARI – Walking through Bari, you’ll be following in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul and of ancient conquerers–the Normans, the Swabians and the Greeks. Their contributions to the city can still be seen in Bari Vecchia such as the Norman-Swabian fortress, the Romanesque Basilica of Saint Nicholas built on the ruins of the Byzantine Palace.