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Through the many monuments of ancient Greece to the winding canals of Italy’s most iconic port, a cruise from Athens to Venice explores the best of Europe. Discover the landmark sites where democracy was born and Renaissance-era piazzas inspired some of history’s greatest artists and architects. Journey to secluded Mediterranean beaches and towns along the Adriatic shoreline encircled by ancient fortifications.
A cruise to Venice from Athens will bring you to the popular island of Mykonos, where whitewashed fishing villages are scattered like sugar cubes over the hills. Visit the remarkably preserved city of Kotor in Montenegro, its ramparts snaking over the mountains and overlooking a long fjord. Enjoy al fresco dining beside a greeny-blue canal before embarking on a romantic gondola ride through the heart of Venice. Experience luxury and service at its finest on this unforgettable cruise with Celebrity.
Venice is a city that needs little introduction as its name alone evokes feelings of age-old romanticism, fine dining, legendary architecture, and a unique relationship with water. Start your journey in the ancient city of Ravenna, and make your way into La Serenissima to lose yourself in history. Visit the incredible masterpiece that is St. Mark’s Square and Cathedral to surround yourself with 1,100 years of history expressed through exquisite mosaics and architectural detail. Walk across the bustling Rialto bridge for a picture-perfect perspective of the glorious old palazzi that line the Grand Canal.
The island of Mykonos is one of the most stylish of the Cyclades group, attracting a glamorous crowd all summer long. Visit the landmark 16th-century windmills perched above Chora, the capital, and take in incredible panoramic views of the village below and the bay at the other side. Take a tour of the Paraportiani Church, a 17th-century house of worship painted in the island’s traditional white and blue colors, located just steps from the sea. Unwind on the legendary Paradise Beach, where you’ll find delicious local seafood, clear and warm turquoise water, and an eclectic clientele.
Tucked in among the mountains at the head of a long fjord, the city of Kotor is a cluster of narrow alleys and beautiful squares against a backdrop of steep hills. Walk through the fortified Old Town to discover the 12th-century Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Enjoy a bowl of traditional Montenegrin fish soup on the harbor before hiking up the ramparts to see unprecedented views of the bay and village below. For a unique experience, pay a visit to Kotor’s quirky Cat Museum, then take a boat to Our Lady of the Rocks, where local legend and religious iconography meet on a man-made island in the bay.