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Explore the spectacular coastline of the Adriatic Sea, the Dalmatian coast, and the breathtaking islands of Greece on a cruise to Croatia and Greece. Warm, sunny beaches, fascinating history, and spectacular food and wine will make this Mediterranean cruise one you’ll never forget.
Tour the walled city of Dubrovnik and visit the scenic places where an award-winning television series was filmed. Climb to the top of the bell tower at the Cathedral of St. Domnius and be rewarded with a stunning view of Split’s colorful landscapes and rolling hills. Enjoy the charm of Corfu’s cobblestone streets as you explore the area’s fortresses, museums, and palaces. Stroll through the tiny Greek fishing village of Katakolon and see where the first Olympic Games were held. It’s no wonder travelers have been enthralled with this region for years.
The medieval walled city of Dubrovnik certainly is magical, with its streets paved in marble and its beautiful Renaissance-era carvings and terracotta roofs. Stroll around Placa—a popular gathering spot and main promenade—to find many of Dubrovnik’s historic landmarks, palaces, churches, and charming cafes.
Split is where Roman emperors escaped their busy daily life to relax, and a trip to Diocletian’s Palace lets you see where they got away from it all. Pack a picnic lunch and swim the deep blue waters of the Adriatic Sea at Bacvice Beach, a local favorite. Stop at a cafe for an insight into the local coffee culture, which is just as rich as Italy’s.
The scent of fresh sea air, lemon trees, and olive trees will be one of the first things you encounter on the welcoming island of Corfu. Famous for its twin hills, both topped with fortresses, it’s been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. View the iconic whitewashed buildings with cobalt blue roofs. Enjoy a wine tasting at one of Corfu’s oldest wineries. Learn about the island’s various occupations over the centuries while touring the formidable Old Fortress.