Enjoy a leisurely seven-night cruise of the Adriatic aboard a small 34-guest yacht. Your voyage showcases Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula and Dalmatian Coast, plus a three-day land journey through neighboring Slovenia.​

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 The spectacular scenery of Lake Bled, Slovenia  Main Square, Ljubljana, Slovenia  Landscape surrounding the Skocjan Caves in Slovenia  Interior of the Skocjan Caves in Slovenia  View from the Roman amphitheater in Pula  Roman amphitheater in Pula  Roman temple in Pula  Waterfalls of Plitvice National Park  Walkway through Plitvice National Park  The <i>Queen Eleganza</i>   The coastal town of Hvar  Aerial view of Split, with the remains of Diocletian's Palace  View of Split from the water  Architectural details, Split  Remains of Diocletian's Palace and the cathedral tower in Split  The town of Korcula, along the Dalmatian Coast  Iconic harbor of Dubrovnik  Traditional street in Dubrovnik

Cruising the Dalmatian Coast

Featuring Croatia and Slovenia aboard the 34-guest Queen Eleganza

12 days from $6,990

Enjoy a leisurely seven-night cruise of the Adriatic aboard a small 34-guest yacht. Your voyage showcases Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula and Dalmatian Coast, plus a three-day land journey through neighboring Slovenia.​

or Call 855-330-1542

Expert

Jun 12 - 23, 2019 Departure
Aneta Georgievska-Shine

Aneta Georgievska-Shine

Aneta Georgievska-Shine is a scholar of the Renaissance and the baroque eras, yet as an art historian, her interests range from ancient to contemporary art.  In addition to her affiliation with the University of Maryland, she frequently presents lectures for museums and art institutions in the Washington D.C. area, including the Walters Art Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Virginia Museum of Fine Art, and the Smithsonian. Her publications include scholarly books and numerous articles in U.S. and international journals, as well as essays in exhibition catalogs.

A popular Smithsonian Journeys Expert, Aneta has led numerous journeys to France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, as well as Central and Eastern Europe. In addition to her art historical expertise, she brings a deep knowledge of the history, politics, and languages of Central and Eastern Europe. Aneta is a native speaker of Macedonian and has working knowledge of several other European languages.