On Adriatic cruises 2021/2022, behold beautiful Venice, where you’ll navigate solely along canals interconnecting this romantic capital of northern Italy’s Veneto region, built on more than 100 small islands.
Delve into ancient Greece, with a number of ports of call along the Greek mainland and Greek isles. Visit the Acropolis in Athens (Piraeus) and its famous Parthenon as well as the birthplace of the Olympic Games, Olympia (Katakolon).
Witness the unique architecture of the Balkan states in Montenegro and tour the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kotor, a medieval village set against a beautiful background of mountains.
Port highlights on Adriatic Cruises include stops along the Dalmatian Coast. The Croatian town of Dubrovnik may look familiar as it has served as the setting for a variety of major motion pictures and television series including Game of Thrones. The beauty of this location is best observed by walking the magnificent walls of the medieval old town; afterwards, treat yourself to a well-deserved lunch of freshly caught grilled fish in one of the city's many restaurants.
In addition to historical highlights, cruises in the Adriatic Sea also offer you time to relax. In Split, enjoy a leisurely coffee and watch the passersby – a pastime locals consider an appropriate way to spend the day. The waters of the Dalmatian coast provide the perfect setting for a refreshing swim after basking in the warmth of the sun.
Dive into the clear blue waters of the resort of Corfu and stroll along the white sand and pebbled beaches.
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