The Adriatic Sea is a small gulf of waterway that is nestled between the Italian peninsula and the Balkan Peninsula. As the northern branch of the Mediterranean Sea, the Adriatic Sea shimmers in a frothy cerulean blue that has made destinations such as Croatia one of the top places to visit in the world. The Adriatic cruises are some of the most relaxing sailing experiences as the Croatian coast is exceptionally calm, bringing the cruises on a happy lull along the coast down into Italy. Venice is considered one of the most beautiful spots along the Adriatic beach. As such, one of the most popular cruise itineraries is the cruise between Venice and Croatia.
Le Lyrial – 10-Day Cruise from Athens to Venice - If you are looking for a multi-national trip to explore the cultural jewels of the Adriatic Sea, Le Lyrial offers ten-day cruises from Athens to Venice. Along the way, passengers will see the shores of Delos, dazzling the Corinth Canal, and a charming town called Parga that is built on the hillside or the face of the Ionian Sea. Finally, on the 10th day, Le Lyrial will arrive in Venice where guests will end their voyage by beginning new adventures through Venice, one of the most beautiful canal cities in the world.
Viking Ocean Cruise – 8-day Cruise from Venice to Athens - The Viking Cruise is a magnificent 8-day voyage across the Adriatic from the romantic canals of Athens to the shores of Athens. Throughout the voyage, this oceanic cruise stops in Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia, Kotor in Montenegro, and Corfu in Greece. As the cruise sets sail along with these sun-kissed destinations, passengers will be able to take a glance at some of the most ancient and sacred places in the Mediterranean.
Le Lyrial - 8-day Cruise from the Tyrrhenian Sea to the Adriatic Sea - The Le Lyrial itinerary takes passengers around Italy for an unforgettable journey. The cruise sets sail in the ancient port of Civitavecchia and as the ship departs the Tyrrhenian Sea, passengers will get the chance to visit magnificent heritage sites on the Amalfi Coast, Taormina, and Dubrovnik in Croatia, before finally landing in Venice. Along the way, as the cruise enters the Adriatic Sea, passengers will stop in at various points along the Croatian coast, which allows them to take in the best of beautiful sceneries between Croatia and Italy.