Sep 22, 2022 — Sep 30, 2022

Adriatic and Aegean Odyssey

With Mimi Gregory

About this Trip

Cruise from picture-perfect Venice, Italy, along the stunning Adriatic coast and through the Corinth Canal to Athens, Greece. Enjoy this custom-designed, seven-night itinerary aboard the Five-Star small ship Le Jacques Cartier, featuring just 92 Suites and Staterooms, each with a private balcony. Visit five countries and up to eight UNESCO World Heritage sites, exploring the influence of Roman, Greek, Byzantine, Venetian, and Slavic civilizations on this comprehensive program featuring ports inaccessible to larger vessels including Hvar, Korčula, and the Bay of Kotor. In Croatia, tour Split’s Roman Diocletian’s Palace and see Dubrovnik’s beautifully restored, 15th-century walled city; in Montenegro, see Kotor’s medieval fortifications and architectural sites; in Albania, visit the remarkable archaeological site of Butrint; and in Greece, visit Corfu’s Old Town, rooted in the eighth century B.C., and the sacred ancient Greek site of Delphi. Enjoy the exclusive Coastal Life® Forum with local residents and a traditional folk music performance. Venice Pre-Program Option and Athens and Cape Sounion Post-Program Option are offered.

From approximately $4,895 plus airfare

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Your Council Leader

Mimi Gregory has been actively involved in international affairs for the better part of 35 years. Her affiliation with the World Affairs Councils began in Boston where she served as an active member of the Program Committee and served as its Vice-President. Since living in Naples she has been involved with the Naples Council on World Affairs, served as President for three years and continues as Program Chairman. She was appointed and remains Vice-President. Mimi was also appointed to the National Board of the World Affairs Councils of America, and was elected to serve on the Executive Committee. Mimi has been twice decorated by the French Government, most recently as “Commander of the National Order of Merit” in 2012, by decree of President Nicolas Sarkozy. Mimi has traveled extensively in Europe, has participated in Council Leadership Missions to Germany, Lebanon, Kuwait, Israel, Egypt, Taiwan and Iraq. She has also traveled to Afghanistan and Iran. Mimi has led two Council trips to France, three to the Danube and a trip to Iran.