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Celtic Scotland and Ireland by Brian Williams

In our blog today, Professor Brian Williams, University of Aberdeen, looks at what our guests booked on Aegean Odyssey’s ‘Celtic Scotland and Ireland’ sailing in July 2017 can expect from this majestic sailing. Our award-winning small-ship will take in some of the regions most impressive scenery and some of its most alluring ports of call. Far more than just an ocean cruise, this voyage will offer breathtaking scenery ashore and from the open decks of Aegean Odyssey. Scotland witnessed the birth of the …

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Chichen Itza is the 2nd most visited archeological site of Mexico today

A New Year, A New World, A New Understanding…

In anticipation of our forthcoming cruise to Cuba & Maya Mexico, departing in December 2017, we talked to Guest lecturer Dr Diane Davies a Maya archaeologist and honorary research associate of the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. Diane will be lecturing on board Aegean Odyssey and is excited to share her passion for Maya culture. I am very excited to share with you my passion for the Maya culture, both ancient and modern. You will be fascinated to learn …

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Cuba: a history and a cruise

Cuba is one of the newest and most exciting destinations that features on our winter cruise season and we’re very excited to be taking you there. One of the most magnificent yet aged places in the world, Cuba is one that will delight and satisfy the intrepid adventurer in us all, and our blog today looks a little closer at the history of the island and what you can look forward to during your visit with Voyages to Antiquity. Cuba …

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Enjoy the weather and relax on the Lido Deck

Voyages to Antiquity by the Cruise Experts

Combining the comfort and benefits of boutique-style cruising with the very best of cultural travel, Voyages to Antiquity offers an opportunity to explore the history, culture and natural wonders of some of the best destinations in the world and we think we’re rather good at it. We suppose it’s easy for us to say how good we are, but what would the experts say? We asked some of the cruise industry’s most respected and trusted travel writers, journalists and bloggers to tell …

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Easter Traditions from Around the World

In our blog today, we take a look at some interesting Easter traditions from around the world. Different countries and cultures have their own special traditions to celebrate the Easter holiday, for many it is a time of celebrations and feasting.  Christians come together to commemorate the resurrection of Christ, whereas others celebrate Easter by decorating, exchanging or searching for eggs. Read on to find out more about Easter Traditions from around the world.  1: Italy (Rome) For many years, …

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View on french Riviera with yachts in Cannes

Spring in the Mediterranean

In May 2017, Aegean Odyssey will sail from the ancient city of Rome to the picturesque city of Nice on the French Riviera. It’s a springtime cruise that offers calls to some of the best destinations in the Mediterranean, over the course of 11-days, and includes 6 tours in 2 countries. The ideal spring break, and with a single supplement of only 10%, everyone can enjoy this wonderful journey with us. Aegean Odyssey will sail from Rome to the city …

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Volcanic landscapes on Timanfaya. Lanzarote, Canary Islands

‘Geology and Art’ on board Aegean Odyssey by Dr Peter Cattermole

  In anticipation of our forthcoming cruise to Seville, Morocco & Canary Islands, we talked to planetary Geologist and Volcanologist Dr Peter Cattermole. Peter will be lecturing on board Aegean Odyssey in November, focusing on the interesting scenery through which we will be travelling to. From the standpoint of a both the geologist and art lover, this cruise offers a wonderfully diverse itinerary. Beginning on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, with its backdrop of the Betics Mountains, continuing with by a chance to cruise the amazing …

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Lisbon street with the Cathedral in the background

Destinations inspired by BBC’s Rick Stein’s Long Weekends

As Rick Stein’s series of ‘Long Weekends’ across Europe concluded last week, it made us think about all the wonderful destinations that he visited. We look back at his ten-part series, reliving some of the fascinating cities that he stopped at. Cities that you too can visit on a cruise with Voyages to Antiquity in 2017. Palermo Palermo, located on the island of Sicily, is full of interesting things to see and do. The Palatine Chapel, built during the 1130’s …

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The Cathedral of the Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception is one of eleven Roman Catholic cathedrals on the island of Cuba

Winter is coming….. Fascinating new explorations in winter 2017/18

Having spent the past seven years defining and refining our unique approach to cruising the lesser-known and lesser-explored places and ports of Europe, Voyages to Antiquity is delighted to announce that a completely new programme for the winter months is here – request a copy of our brochure today. We have been looking for a complete destination that can become a suitable home for Aegean Odyssey during the winter months, one which will enable us to deliver our unique insight, focus …

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Camel ride excursion in Palmyra Syria in 2010 © Zoe Bromley-Fox

Zoe Bromley-Fox looks ahead to an exciting 2017

Now that we have put the finishing touches to our 2017 shore excursion programme, Zoe Bromley-Fox, Land Operations Manager, looks ahead to next year… Last night I dreamt of the Aegean Odyssey again. Let me be more specific.  Last night, prompted no doubt by a 2010 Palmyra photograph which Facebook unnervingly reminded me about at the same time as my BBC news app informed me that East Aleppo evacuations were under way, I dreamt of a time when the Aegean …

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