10-Night Dalmatian & Amalfi Voyage
Arrive early in Venice to immerse yourself in this scenic city of overarching bridges and world-famous canals. After crossing the Adriatic to Koper, Slovenia for a late stay, discover the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Skocjan Caves-home of the largest underground canyon in the world.
In Sibenik, Croatia, a major wine-producing region, enjoy a local red babic paired with fresh-caught seafood. Dubrovnik is outstanding – the whole city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk along the ancient walls, then shop for leather, Konavle embroidery, or gold. One of Europe’s best-preserved medieval cities, Kotor, Montenegro, is our next destination. A late stay on the Dalmatian coast, lets you explore this Adriatic gem.
After a day at sea watching the world go by-maybe relaxing at Sanctum Spa-awaken in beautiful Valletta. Here you’ll find the golden splendor of St John’s Co-Cathedral with works by Caravaggio. With another late stay, take your time to explore and try Malta’s spicy-savory cuisine.
Starkly beautiful Trapani, Sicily is the gateway to ancient Erice, a town clinging to cliffs thousands of feet above the sea. Before ending your grand Mediterranean voyage in Rome, visit stunning Sorrento, soaking up its fabulous views. Be sure to pick up some Limoncello while you’re there to savor your vacation, long after it ends.
Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy