Savor the highlights of Sicily then travel to the “boot heel” of Apulia and continue to the breathtaking Amalfi Coast, exploring the unique history, architecture, and cuisine of each region.

Starting at: $6,374 * Includes airfare, taxes & all fees Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 The Amalfi Coast, Positano  The Greek Theater of Sicily's Taormina  Temple of Concord, Agrigento, Sicily  <i>Trulli</i> houses of Alberobello  The <i>trulli</i> of Alberobello  <i>Trulli</i> rooftops, Alberobello  The "White Town" of Ostuni  Detail of the ornate sandstone carving of Lecce's <i>barocco leccese</i> style  Village of Positano, along the Amalfi Coast  Mediterranean garden along the Amalfi Coast  Remarkable Pompeii, with Mount Vesuvius in the background  Detail of a painted wall in a house in Pompeii  Typical street in Pompeii  Artifacts found in Pompeii  "Beware of Dog" floor mosaic at a house in Pompeii  Painted wall found in Pompeii  The essence of Capri  Port on the island of Capri  Yachts in a harbor on Capri

Southern Italy and Sicily

15 days from $6,374 | includes airfare, taxes and all fees

Savor the highlights of Sicily then travel to the “boot heel” of Apulia and continue to the breathtaking Amalfi Coast, exploring the unique history, architecture, and cuisine of each region.

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

We loved it!! We saw things we would never have been able to see on our own. Thank you for providing us with one of our most delightful and memorable journeys.

- Katherine M.

There were so many moments to treasure. The people in our tour were all smart, friendly, great to get to know, and we all shared the joy of new experiences. We learned so much! 

- Suzanne Z.

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Sep 11 - 25, 2022 Departure
Carrie Sulosky-Weaver

Carrie Sulosky-Weaver

Carrie L. Weaver is a classical archaeologist affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Virginia and has been teaching, writing, and researching for over 15 years. Her area of specialization is the art, architecture, and archaeology of the ancient Mediterranean world, with an emphasis on funerary art and architecture, burial practices, and the analysis of human bone. She has excavated in Pompeii and Sicily, and analyzed human remains from Rome, Sicily, Turkey, and the UK. Carrie is the author of The Bioarchaeology of Classical Kamarina: Life and Death in Greek Sicily (University Press of Florida, 2015) and Marginalised Populations in the Ancient Greek World: The Bioarchaeology of the Other (Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming April 2022), and the co-editor of The Ancient Art of Transformation: Case Studies from Mediterranean Contexts (Oxbow Books, 2019).

Oct 5 - 19, 2022 Departure
Joanne Ferraro

Joanne Ferraro

Joanne Ferraro (PhD UCLA) is the Albert W. Johnson Distinguished Professor of History Emerita at San Diego State University.  Her courses cover the ancient Greek and Roman world as well as medieval, Renaissance, and early modern northern and southern Europe. She is especially interested in Europe’s cross-cultural and global connections with greater Asia and the Americas.  Joanne has published books with Cambridge, Oxford, and Johns Hopkins University presses with the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Council of Learned Societies, and the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. Joanne is the General Editor for Bloomsbury Academic’s six- volume Cultural History of Marriage from Antiquity to the Present.  She has lectured on cruises to Northern and Southern Europe as well as the Caribbean for the past decade. Joanne has lived in Europe for extensive periods and has taught European history for 35 years. 

Oct 21 - Nov 4, 2022 Departure; Apr 2 - 16, 2023 Departure; Sep 14 - 28, 2023 Departure; Sep 30 - Oct 14, 2023 Departure; Oct 16 - 30, 2023 Departure
Allan Langdale

Allan Langdale

Allan Langdale grew up on Vancouver Island wondering what the rest of the world was like and has spent much of his adult life finding out. Allan is an art and architectural historian, photographer, filmmaker, and travel writer who received his Ph.D. in art history from UC Santa Barbara. He has taught courses in Italian Renaissance art, Greek, Roman, Byzantine (including Georgian and Armenian architecture), and Indian and Islamic art and architecture. He currently teaches art history at UC Santa Cruz as a lecturer.

Along with several articles, Allan wrote the definitive architectural field guide to the little-known region of Turkish Cyprus, In a Contested Realm (2012) and also made the award-winning documentary film The Stones of Famagusta: the Story of a Forgotten City (2008). His travel books include Palermo: Travels in the City of Happiness (2015) and The Hippodrome of Istanbul / Constantinople: An Illustrated Handbook of its History (2019).

A popular Smithsonian Expert, Allan has traveled extensively in the eastern Mediterranean, the Black Sea region, the Middle East—including Jordan and Egypt—and India.

Apr 22 - May 6, 2023 Departure
David Price Williams

David Price Williams

David Price Williams has a degree in Ancient Near Eastern languages and Classical Greek and a doctorate in Near Eastern archaeology and has spent his working life as an East Mediterranean archaeologist. His first overseas field work was in 1969 as a surveyor at the classical site of Knidos in Turkey. He then worked for the Smithsonian Institution before directing his own field research in the same area through the 1970’s. David has designed and lectured on many cruises to Greece, Turkey and the Near East. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and an elected life member of the Society for Old Testament Studies.