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May 21-29, 2014 Mediterranean Antiquities

Uncover the revered antiquities of the Mediterranean as you sail to fascinating ports on the coasts of Italy, Croatia, Montenegro and Greece. Sail aboard Oceania Cruises Insignia and let medieval ruins, storied cultures and old-world charm bring ancient times to life on this incredible voyage.



Mediterranean Antiquities Oceania Cruise

Date:    May 21-29, 2014, 2014 Insignia

Price:    From $2,499 per person double occupancy (Airfare included)

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Journey to revered lands of antiquity aboard Oceania Cruises’ graceful and visit some of the Mediterranean’s most celebrated cities and ports along the coasts of Italy, Croatia, Montenegro and Greece. Begin in Venice, a latticework of islands, bridges and waterways, and enjoy a day exploring its many artistic masterpieces and enchanting squares. Discover Croatia’s red-tiled jewel, Dubrovnik, a walled city molded by centuries of Roman, Venetian and Slavic dominance. Continue to Montenegro and explore Kotor, a medieval town of pinked-paved streets enclosed by impressive walls, then sail to the emerald island of Corfu, where beauty abounds among the emerald hills and lush fields. Revel in the geographically rich island of Zakynthos, boasting mountains, underwater caves and pristine sandy beaches, where you may spot an endangered loggerhead sea turtle. Unwind on the Greek isle of Santorini, the breathtaking result of a massive volcanic eruption thousands of years ago, and savor its striking panoramas, showcasing indigo-domed churches and chalk-colored homes clinging to stony cliffs, before your voyage concludes in Athens.

For MSU events: individuals with a disability, who need reasonable accommodation to participate in this event, are asked to contact the Office of Accessibility Resources at 507-389-2825 (V/TTD), 800-627-3529 or 711 (MRS/TTD) at least five days prior to the event.

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