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What the Adriatic cruises have in store for you

Setting out on Adriatic cruises are some of the best ways to discover some of the most appealing sights and lands in Mediterranean. On such a cruise, your eyes can feast on the picturesque Lake Bled, a glacial lake in northwestern Slovenia, the waterways of Venice, Rimini, a city on northwestern Italy, and many more sights. The Adriatic region has a sunny climate and is the host to beautiful views. Therefore, nothing but a cruise is the only way to fully enjoy this part of the Mediterranean that is rich with treasures.

One of the most endearing sites in Adriatic cruises is the Lake Bled in Julian Alps. Encased by dense lush forest and mountains, it is a very popular tourist destination and exudes the peace that only beauty can instill. Visitors generally cruise down to the Bled Island in a boat called the Pletra. Although a small island, the Lake Island has a beautiful church with a wishing bell--to make your wish come true!

Another delightful destination is Venice. The St. Mark's Square and its church, Basilica pulls visitors from all over the world. Venice is infamous for its canals, it's rich culture. Venice holds important events like the Biennale Art Exhibition and the Venice Film Festival

There is plenty to do in Rimini. You can visit the Roman ruins and watch the contrasting ultra-modern harbor. As a family there are many activities to including the beach. The amphitheatre is another popular attraction. It could hold up to 10,000 spectators and was similar in size to the Roman Colliseum. Another attraction is the well-preserved Roman bridge, Tiberius bridge. The experinec of taking a walk down the bridge built by the Romans is way beyond expression! It is something to be experienced. These are just some among the many places of attraction in Rimini.

Endless options for you while on Adriatic Cruises


Venice, Slovania, and Rimini are just some of the many attractions that region of Adriatic has in store for you. Moving on, Croatia has become an increasingly popular destination for tourists, especially Dubrovnik. It has almost become the main highlight of this country. Sitting majestically on the gorgeous Dalamatia coast, the city is a rich treasure of medieval architecture. The part of Dubrovnik that is associated with this medieval architecture has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Adriatic cruises help you visit such places.

Croatia is also home to Split. A very large city that has many ruins and monuments that speaks about its long history. The Diocletian's Palace, for instance, is a popular attraction of this city and very much worth your time.

Albania is also a cultutally-diverse destination because of the influence of the many civilizations like the Greeks, the Romans, the Turks, the Italians, and the Romans.

Adriatic cruises can also lead you toAlbania,the city of Durres is a must visit. It is second largest in the country after the capital,Tirana in terms of population and size. History as old as the 7th century BC can be visited in this place.


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