Explore the influence of Roman, Greek, Byzantine, Venetian, and Slavic civilizations on this exclusive cruise itinerary featuring visits to four countries and up to eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Tour Split’s Diocletian’s Palace, Dubrovnik’s 15th-century walled city, Kotor’s medieval fortifications, Corfu’s Old Town, and ancient Delphi. Enjoy the Coastal Life® Forum with local residents and a traditional folk music performance.
- Comprehensive, seven-night cruise featuring islands and villages of the Dalmatian Coast.
- Exclusive Coastal Life® Forum for interaction with local residents.
- Visit four countries and up to eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including medieval Kotor.
- Complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages throughout the cruise.
Optional Pre-Tour: Venice
Day 1: Depart
Day 2: Venice, Italy
Day 3: Split, Croatia
Day 4: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Day 5: Kotor, Montenegro
Day 6: Corfu, Greece
Day 7: Itea for Delphi
Day 8: Katakolon for Olympia
Day 9: Athens / Depart
Optional Post-Tour: Athens
Nancy Marion is the George J. Records 1956 Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at Dartmouth. She also served as Associate Dean of the Faculty for the Social Sciences and as Chair of the Department of Economics. As an international economist, she studies the economic linkages among countries and how they shape economic outcomes and policy choices. Her continuing scholarly interests focus on why certain countries suffer currency crises, banking crises and/or sovereign debt crises, why these crises are economically costly, and whether they can be predicted or prevented. Her work has been published in leading scholarly journals and featured in the financial press. She has served as a consultant to the International Monetary Fund and was a frequent lecturer at the IMF Institute. She received her B.A. from Oberlin College and a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University.