Undiscovered Greek Islands Aboard Corinthian
October 2 – 10, 2013
In designing this itinerary, we selected islands that represent a wonderful cross-section of history, culture, architectural styles, even landscapes. On the rugged island of Amorgos we’ll visit a 1,000-year old monastery built against a sheer cliff. Limnos is especially rich in archaeological sites, and the island’s museum displays fascinating artifacts. And on Sifnos you’ll see villages in the classic Cycladic style of architecture—cube-shaped, whitewashed houses and shops with flat roofs, and their doors, windows and railings painted in brilliant colors.
Study Leader Information
Emily Wilson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania
October 2, 2013 - Fly from the U.S. to Istanbul, Turkey
October 3 - Arrive in Istanbul to embark Corinthinan
October 4 - Limnos, Greece
October 5 - Skopelos
October 6 - Chios
October 7 - Symi | Nisyros
October 8 - Amorgos
October 9 - Folegandros | Sifnos
October 10 - Disembark in Piraeus and transfer to the airport in Athens for return flights to the U.S.
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