Smithsonian Journeys Offers Three Incredible Mediterranean Cruises

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Offering more than 40 years of dedicated to wonderful travel experiences worldwide, Smithsonian Journeys is the Smithsonian Institution’s own travel program.

Now you can enjoy three amazing all-inclusive cruise cruise package deals to the beautiful Mediterranean.

If you act fast, Smithsonian Journeys also offer these all-inclusive cruises with international airfare, in addition to special stateroom savings and for solo travelers, no single supplement.

These exciting and luxurious Mediterranean cruise deals are scheduled for both spring and summer 2011.

Pricing for these three new 2011 cruise deals begin at $3,195 and include international airfare, shore excursions in each port, lecture program by onboard experts, gratuities to shipboard staff and more.

For passengers who can book their cruise by March 31, you will enjoy special stateroom savings up to $1,500, based on double occupancy.

The three Mediterranean cruise packages will take place aboard the luxury 350-guest, mid-size ship – Aegean Odyssey. Cruise details are below:

“The Wonders of Turkey and the Greek Isles” (June 23-July 6) and “The Glories of Greece and Turkey” (July 1-14) feature similar itineraries.
Included excursions showcase significant cultural sites, such as palaces and sacred sites of the Greek islands (Crete, Delos, Mykonos and Samos), the ancient cities of Ephesus and Aprodisias in Turkey and World Heritage sites in Athens and Istanbul. Both cruises feature a three-night hotel stay in Istanbul and a two-night hotel stay in Athens, with excursions and leisure time in both cities. Prices for these all-inclusive Mediterranean cruises start at $3,195 if booked by March 31 and include international airfare.

“Splendors of Italy and the Dalmatian Coast” (May 31-June 15) begins with a two-night stay in Rome.
Travelers will then board the 350-guest Aegean Odyssey, cruise to Corsica and Sardinia and spend three days in Sicily. Following a day on the island nation of Malta, travelers will sail to the Dalmatian Coast for three days in Croatia, with two days exploring Dubrovnik and another day in Split. The cruise concludes with a two-night hotel stay in Venice, with a private evening visit to St. Mark’s Basilica among other excursions. Prices start at $3,750 if booked by March 31 and include international airfare.

Aegean Odyssey has two restaurants and dining at an outdoor terrace, three lounges, three bars, lecture theater, well-stocked library, Internet center, outdoor pool, Jacuzzi, spa (with saunas, massage and beauty-treatment rooms) and hairdressers/beauty center. Telephone, fax and e-mail access are available via satellite.

If you have ever wanted to travel around the world in style in your own private jet, be sure to check out another fabulous tour offered by Smithsonian Journeys. This luxury tour is named, “Around the World by Private Jet.”

For more information, please call toll-free 1 (877) 338-8687 or visit the Smithsonian Journeys website at