Enjoy a leisurely seven-night cruise of the Adriatic aboard an intimate 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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Cruising the Dalmatian Coast

Featuring Croatia and Slovenia Aboard Queen Eleganza

12 days from $6,990

Enjoy a leisurely seven-night cruise of the Adriatic aboard an intimate 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 8 - 19, 2020 Departure
Charles Ingrao

Charles Ingrao

Charlie Ingrao, a popular Smithsonian Journeys Expert, is professor emeritus of history at Purdue University, where he has taught a wide range of courses on the European world.  Most of his twelve books focus on the Austro-Hungarian empire, including the classic study of the Habsburg Monarchy 1618-1815.  Following the recent Yugoslav wars, he founded an international consortium of 300+ Balkan and Western scholars that published Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies, the first common narrative of the conflict.  To date, his work has appeared in six European languages.  As a public historian he has given over a hundred public lectures to academic, governmental, and military audiences across North America and central Europe and been a regular commentator for print, radio, and television media, including The News Hour with Jim Lehrer (PBS).