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With options across the globe for cruisers, it can be hard to decide which to take. Adriatic cruises have become increasingly popular for good reason, bringing the chance to explore some of the world’s most alluring destinations. There are countless UNESCO World Heritage Sites to discover, world-class museums, authentic eateries, majestic mountains, gorgeous beaches framed by turquoise waters, and thousands of enchanting islands. Some of the ports that might be included on a small-ship cruising itinerary include the iconic city of Venice with its canals and gondolas, built right out of the marshes of the Adriatic. Then there’s Ravenna, famed for its exquisite Arian and Byzantine mosaics, and of course, lovely Dubrovnik, one of the favorite destinations along the Adriatic. While it was once controlled by the Venetians, it’s strikingly different with impressive 12th-century defensive walls and picturesque red-tiled roofs. Medieval Split, Kotor in Montenegro and even parts of Greece boast gorgeous coastline on the Adriatic too.