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Historic Reflections - Oceania Cruises

Athens to Barcelona (10 nights)

  • May 25 - June 5, 2012 on board the Riviera 
  • From $3,799 per person with double occupancy (including airfare)

History comes to life on this extraordinary voyage that reflects the heart and soul of the Mediterranean. Uncover cultural and historical treasures as you sail the shores of Greece, Turkey, Italy, and France aboard the new Oceania Cruises Riviera, an elegant vessel replete with breathtaking services and amenities.

Beginning in the ancient capital of Athens, sail to the Greek Isle of Santorini, whose whitewashed hilltop towns overlook the sea, and onward to Turkey, where the ancient ruins of Ephesus await. Explore the lovely hill towns of Sicily, walk the romantic shores of Amalfi and Positano, and revel in the rich history and architectural wonders of Rome and Florence.

Leaving Italy behind, sail west to colorful Marseille and explore the renowned countryside of Provence before your journey ends in Barcelona, Spain. From the famed Library of Celsus in Ephesus to Amalfi's 12th-century Capuchin monastery, from Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel in Rome to Florence's fabled Renaissance architecture, old-world history comes alive on this seafaring adventure.

Pre-register for the Historic Reflections cruise with this form. 

Baltic Treasures - Oceania Cruises

Stockholm to Copenhagen (10 nights)

  • July 11 - 22, 2012 on board the Marina 
  • From $3,999 per person with double occupancy
 
Baltic Treasures Cruise 

Baltic treasures abound on this magical voyage to some of northern Europe's most legendary ports aboard Oceania Cruises' elegant Marina. Discover distant monarchies, Baroque palaces, and stunning harbors as you cruise to Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Sweden, Poland, Denmark, and Germany.

Sail from Stockholm to Helsinki, a city boasting stunning modern architecture, and then head to St. Petersburg, a city marked by its beautiful palaces and onion-domed cathedrals. 

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Continue to Estonia to admire Tallinn's beautifully preserved medieval architecture, and then to Latvia's capital, Riga, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dubbed the Paris of the Baltics. Explore the winding lanes of Visby, Sweden, and its medieval churches, and stop in Gdansk, a Polish city with charming medieval remnants and a shipyard famous for being the birthplace of the Solidarity movement.

Visit historic Rønne, Denmark, as well as the delightful German port of Warnemunde, where you can enjoy the city's lovely seaside promenade or take a short drive to see legendary landmarks in Berlin. 

seaside

Your exciting journey concludes in Copenhagen. Create unforgettable memories as you sail the legendary Baltic Sea.

Pre-register for the Baltic Treasures cruise with this form. 

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