Follow in the wake of ancient sailing ships as you cruise along the dazzling, island-studded Adriatic on a voyage of discovery from Venice to Athens. 

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 The coastal town of Hvar  Aerial view of Split, with the remains of Diocletian's Palace  The harbor in Split  Split  Remains of Diocletian's Palace and the cathedral tower in Split  The town of Korcula, along the Dalmatian Coast  Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic  Traditional street in Dubrovnik  Bay of Kotor, Montenegro  Kotor Harbor, Montenegro  The island of Corfu  Palace of Achilleion Museum, Corfu  <i>Dying Achilles</i> at the Palace of Achilleion Museum, Corfu  Archeological site of Butrint, Albania  Mosaics at archaeological site, Butrint  Temple at Delphi  The Corinth Canal  The magnificent Acropolis in Athens  The caryatids on the Erechtheion on the Acropolis in Athens  Venice

A Cruise of the Adriatic and Aegean

From Venice to Athens Aboard the 220-guest Le Lyrial

9 days | Full tour details to be announced soon

Follow in the wake of ancient sailing ships as you cruise along the dazzling, island-studded Adriatic on a voyage of discovery from Venice to Athens. 

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

The combination of big picture lectures on board and knowledgeable local guides in the towns was excellent. The very complex history of the area was brought into meaningful and sharp focus. 

- Susan C.

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Sep 15 - 23, 2019 Departure
Dennis Romano

Dennis Romano

Dennis Romano is a specialist in the history of medieval and Renaissance Europe and the Mediterranean.  The Walter Montgomery and Marian Gruber Professor of History emeritus at Syracuse University, he is the author of dozens of articles and five books including The Likeness of Venice:  A Life of Doge Francesco Foscari, 1373-1457 and Markets and Marketplaces in Medieval Italy, both published by Yale University Press.  He is the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships including a Guggenheim Fellowship and an Ailsa Mellon Bruce Senior Fellowship at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art in Washington.  He is currently writing, for Oxford University Press, a history of Venice from the city’s origins to the present day.