Tales of the Adriatic: Greece, Albania, Montenegro & Croatia

On this exclusive, Road Scholar-only voyage, sail along the Adriatic Sea to explore the beautiful and historic coastlines of Greece, Albania, Montenegro and Croatia.
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Program No. 23219RJ
13 days
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The sheer amount of history that can be found along the shores of the Adriatic Sea is dizzying — from tales of the ancient Greeks to the centuries of architecture that can still be found today in Dubrovnik, every port tells a fascinating story. Explore this ancient coastline on an exclusive, Road Scholar-only voyage that begins in Athens and makes its way along the shores of Greece, Albania, Montenegro and Croatia. With local experts, learn about Greek mythology and society, explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and walk along cobblestone streets that lead to some of the most impressive historic architecture in the world.
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  • Spend two nights in the ancient city of Athens and learn about its vast history at the Acropolis and the impressive Acropolis Museum.
  • Discover the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architecture of Dubrovnik during an expert-led exploration of the city and sites including the Franciscan monastery and Rector’s Palace.
  • Walk along the streets of Kotor, Montenegro, explore the Venetian Fortress in Corfu, Greece, and explore the port of Butrint, Albania — all UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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Petra Lozica
Raised in the Alpine region of Slovenia, Petra Lozica now lives in Croatia on the island of Korcula, where Marco Polo was born. A graduate of the University of Rijeka, Petra is an expert on the region’s culture and the history of the former Yugoslavia. She is passionate about travel, nature, animals, gardening and the enjoying the beauty of the Adriatic Sea.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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