A Mediterranean Summer at Sea with Voyages to Antiquity

This summer, sail the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean with Voyages to Antiquity. From the legacy of the Roman Empire and ethereal Pompeii to the beauty of the Greek Isles and Croatia’s spectacular Dalmatian Coast, Voyages to Antiquity takes guests on a unique exploration of the history, cultures and natural wonders of the Mediterranean.

Aegean-Odyssey-Deck250x188These magnificent summer voyages are now an even better value – guests can now enjoy up to $3,000 savings per cabin and free roundtrip airfare* on select cruises when reserving before March 31, 2014. Voyages to Antiquity is also an excellent choice for single travelers, with a single supplement of just 10% on these summer cruises! Read on to learn more about these amazing summer journeys.

 

“Constantinople… it is the Empire of the World”

Istanbul250x188This July 4, 2014 voyage is a Greek Island odyssey, mirrored by Turkey’s most important sites of antiquity. Highlights of this cruise include stunning Santorini, the classical city of Ephesus, the Byzantine cathedral of Hagia Sophia and the Mausoleum of Halicarnassos, one of the Seven wonders of the ancient world.

Guests will also enjoy an overnight stay in Rhodes, Greece (an UNESCO World Heritage site); an overnight stay in Izmir, Turkey; and 2-night hotel stays in both Athens, Greece and Istanbul, Turkey.

Book by March 31, 2014 for up to $3,000 savings per cabin and a single supplement of just 10%.

 

“I Have Sailed the Seas and Come to the Holy City of Byzantium”

Discover the splendor of Byzantium and the beauty of the Dalmatian Coast on this July 27, 2014 voyage, which includes the ruins of Sparta, an exclusive private visit to St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice, Chora and the Monastery of St. John the Theologian in Patmos (together an UNESCO World Heritage site), and scenic cruising through the Sea of Marmara and the Dardanelles.

This itinerary also includes an overnight stay in Venice, Italy and a 2-night hotel stay in Istanbul, Turkey.

Book by March 31, 2014 for free roundtrip airfare*, up to $3,000 savings per cabin and a single supplement of just 10%.

 

“Those Who Seek Paradise on Earth Should See Dubrovnik”

This August 10, 2014 voyage combines spectacular natural scenery with remarkable historical sites and includes tours of the magnificent Roman Palace of Diocletian in Split, ancient Athens, Mycenae and Olympia, as well as scenic cruising of the Kornati islands, Ionian Islands and the Bay of Kotor.

Beginning with an overnight stay in Venice, Italy, this cruise-tour also includes an overnight stay in Dubrovnik, Croatia and a 2-night hotel stay in Athens, Greece.

Mykonos250x188Book by March 31, 2014 for free roundtrip airfare*, up to $3,000 savings per cabin and a single supplement of just 10%.

 

The Very Best of Cultural Travel

The Voyages to Antiquity experience is more than just a cruise – it is an exploration, by land and by sea, into the rich history, magnificent art and fascinating cultures of the ancient world.

Sailing on 380-passenger Aegean Odyssey, guests are treated to the highest caliber of personal service, amenities including flexible open-seating dining and a selection of restaurants serving regionally-inspired cuisine and wines and, at the heart of it, the very best of cultural travel.

Delos250x188Complementing the destination-focused itineraries and included land tour program, each cruise-tour also incorporates a comprehensive onboard enrichment series featuring esteemed lecturers and scholars from around the world.

For more information on Voyages to Antiquity cruise-tours, contact your travel professional or Exclusive Tours today: http://exclusive.voyagestoantiquity.com.

 

*Free roundtrip airfare and transfers applicable in conjunction with cruise-tour purchase only and includes all government taxes, fees and airline fuel surcharges, which may change at any time.