A luxury Adriatic cruise on Seabourn brings a variety of Italian ports including Ravenna and Venice, as well as Dubrovnik, Croatia and the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro. In Kotor, sample the traditional cuisine and learn about Montenegro’s Wine Heritage; or take a Mindful Living Tour through this historic city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The seaside city of Piran, Slovenia has a variety of culinary delights to explore including wine and olive oil. You can also visit Lipica and the famous Lipizzaner Horses.

Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Edinburgh's patrician skyline bristles with steeples and spires between the Castle Rock and Carlton Hill. Both the Old Town and New Town are inscribed by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.

Greenock (Glasgow), Scotland, United Kingdom

The town of Greenock grew from a fishing village to become the site of the first dock on the River Clyde in 1711. Fishing and shipbuilding became its major industries and the area served as a jumping off point for passenger ships departing for Canada and the U.S.

Fort William, Scotland, United Kingdom

The second largest town in the highlands of Scotland, Fort William and is located in the very best of Highlands scenery.