Ancient Lost Cities of the Mediterranean Aboard Corinthian
June 10 - 20, 2013
In an era of mega cruise ships that carry thousands of passengers, Corinthian is a delightful alternative. More like a private yacht than a cruise ship, Corinthian accommodates only 100 guests in 50 suites.
Between two of the most magnificent cities in the Mediterranean, Catalonia’s Barcelona and Croatia’s Dubrovnik, are found gems that most tourists and mega-cruise ships miss. For centuries it was ruled by Catalonia, and its Old Town is full of wonderful examples of medieval Catalan architecture, an especially exuberant style of Gothic. Then there is the island of Menorca, which is especially rich in prehistoric stone monuments that remind many visitors of Stonehenge. It is these destinations, and many others like them, that we have included on this exceptional private cruise.
Study Leader Information
Photography Workshop with Chris Corradino, a professional photographer; Elizabeth Bartman, lecturer for the Archaeological Institute of America, Professor Charlie Ingrao from Purdue University
June 10 - Fly from the U.S. to Barcelona, Spain
June 11 - Arrive in Barcelona and embark Corinthian
June 12 - MAHON, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
June 13 - BONIFACIO, Corsica, France
June 14 - TRAPANI, Sicily, Italy | ERICE | SEGESTA
June 15 - VALLETTA, Malta
June 16 - CROTONE, Calabria, Italy
June 17 - IGOUMENITSA, Greece | DODONI | IOANNINA
June 18 - SARANDA, Albania | BUTRINT
June 19 - KOTOR, Montenegro | DUBROVNIK, Croatia
June 20 - Disembark in Dubrovnik and transfer to the airport for return flights to the U.S.
Please email National Trust Tours for questions about this program. Be sure to include your mailing address if you are requesting a paper copy of the brochure for this program.