DAY 5: MYKONOS >>>
Today you’ll visit Southern Croatia, home to the famous 16th century “walled city”. There is plenty to see on foot for the day. Stroll or take a cable car up the mountain for picturesque views of the walled city and ocean. Walk the walls of the city and discover cathedrals, fortresses and interesting museums. This unique city and its friendly people is the place from which fairy tales come. For more information on Dubrovnik, CLICK HERE.
On the Adriatic Coast this is your first stop along the way to Greece. Some refer to Kotor as one of the "most beautiful” places on Earth. This ancient city sits in a bay near the limestone cliffs of Mt. Lovćen. Characterized by winding streets and squares, it’s most famous for its World Heritage medieval structures, from Romanesque churches—including Kotor Cathedral, the Maritime Museum and its picturesque “Old Town”. For more information on Kotor, CLICK HERE.
DAY 2: KOTOR >>>
Set alongside a deep bay, Argostoli has a funky charm that grows on you as you sit in the lively main square with the locals, the majority of whom are night owls. Rummage in the market, stroll down its handsome flagstone streets and sip the famous Robola wine in its welcoming cafes and bars.
Explore a bit and you’ll find monuments left over from the 19th century British Protectorate period. And for an in-depth introduction to island culture from the 15th to the 20th century, pay a visit to the outstanding Corgialenios Historical and Cultural Museum. OR, by taxi you can easily explore beautiful beaches and end your day shopping for those last minute GREEK souvenirs.
DAY 6: ARGOSTOLI >>>
In the deep blue waters of the Aegean and Mediterranean lies one of the most inviting islands in all of Greece. Its countless bays and beaches along with quaint cobblestone streets welcome you. From its lively waterfront to its remote districts, like “Little Venice” Mykonos offers some great historical sight-seeing, beach bathing or simply taking it all in at a seaside restaurant. For more information on Mykonos, CLICK HERE.
DAY 4: SANTORINI >>>
Your first port in Greece is Corfu. The Emerald Island is one of the lushest islands in Greece and serves as inspiration for many artists and literary figures. The beautifully preserved old town is also a World Heritage Site with palaces, fortresses, austere public buildings from Venetian rule and uniquely blended with tiny alley-ways and small secluded squares. For more information on Corfu, CLICK HERE.
Today is another day filled with nothing but “eye candy”. Black sand beaches, crystal clear waters and whitewashed village that cling to volcanic cliffs make the island of Santorini a wonder to behold. Discover the mystery of the “lost kingdom of Atlantis” or kick back on a mountain top and enjoy the scenic views of the Mediterranean. For more information on Santorini, CLICK HERE.
Venice, Italy is your launching port to—and from—the Greek Isles. You'll fly to this stunning city of no roads the day prior to your ship’s departure date; giving you the chance to rest and explore this magical city before boarding the ship!
For more information on Venice, CLICK HERE.
NEW STOP: ARGOSTOLI, GREECE
DAY 3: CORFU >>>
DAY 8: VENICE >>>
Back where your Greek Adventure with Galleher all began. You will make an early morning arrival into Venice, Italy to collect your belongings and disembark for your return trip back to the United States.
DAY 7: DUBROVNIK >>>
DAYS 1-2: RIO DE JANEIRO >>>
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL