23518
Greece/Turkey

Odyssey at Sea: The Greek Isles & the Peloponnese

In this adventure aboard our premiere floating campus, ancient wonders and fascinating mythology await along the Greek Isles and the Peloponnese.
Program No. 23518RJ
Length
11 days
Starts at
3,499
Special Offer
Click on Dates & Prices below to see special offer details.
Flights start at
FREE

At a Glance

Ancient Greek treasures. Storied battlegrounds. Legendary mythology. Experience a memorable journey to the Greek Isles and the Peloponnese on this educational adventure aboard Road Scholar’s favorite ship, the Aegean Odyssey. Set out to discover these lands’ mysteries and history as you learn about the remarkable past and sacred tales that shaped today’s modern Greece. Unlike most cruise ships that are briefly in port, you’ll have overnight stays in many locations, giving you plenty of opportunity for deeper exploration. In-depth learning, our best experts, authentic experiences — we’ve created the perfect voyage!
Activity Level
Choose Your Pace
This program offers two activity levels to choose from on every departure date: one that has less walking and fewer stairs and another at a more active pace.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Add a second country to your adventure with a day in Marmaris, a city along the Turkish Riviera.
  • Experience a time-honored tradition as you sample olive oil during a visit to a local olive grove in Crete.
  • With an expert, climb the Acropolis, one of the world’s most awe-inspiring ancient sites and the symbol of Athens.
  • Sail exclusively with ship mates who are all Road Scholar participants, like-minded travelers who are as dedicated to learning as you are.

General Notes

We’ll have up to 350 Road Scholar participants on the ship, divided into groups of 35 for shore excursions. Please note: Roommate matching is available in categories F and H. Give us a call to combine this learning adventure with select dates of "Odyssey at Sea: The Greek Isles & Ephesus" (#23517) for even more learning adventures on board the Aegean Odyssey.
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