Friday, 17 August 2012

The Ottoman Empire and Ancient Greece

Join Voyages of Discovery’s ( / 0844 822 0820) mv Discovery for a cultural Mediterranean voyage from £1,399 per person.
Guests onboard the Adriatic and Aegean Odyssey cruise can explore Dubrovnik’s Old Town (Croatia) before heading to the contrasting sheer mountains and picturesque villages of Kotor (Montenegro). Katakolon (Greece) – the gateway to ancient Greece – is ideal for history enthusiasts followed by a visit to the birthplace of civilisation – Athens - as the ship calls into Piraeus (Greece). Passengers will be accompanied by experienced historian, Brigadier Mike Shaw, and Anthropologist Anne-Marie Harrison, to bring the destinations to life.
The Adriatic and Aegean Odyssey departs from Dubrovnik (Croatia) and calls at Pula (Croatia), Venice (Italy), Koper (Slovenia), Hvar (Croatia), Kotor (Montenegro), Durres (Albania), Itea (Greece), Katakolon (Greece), Piraeus (Greece), Canakkale (Turkey) and Istanbul (Turkey)-overnight. Price is based on a 5 October 2012 UK departure.
Price includes flights from a major UK airport, transfers, all onboard gratuities, service charges and port/airport taxes, a comprehensive Guest Speaker programme and all meals and entertainment on-board. All Voyages of Discovery shore excursions are now also bookable online – visit for further information.

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