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Advice re two Royal Caribbean Greek Isles cruise

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Hello!

Our family of 6, incl. 2 young grade schoolers and 2 Jr high kids, is considering two possible RC cruises this summer, but need advice re the non-overlapping cities (particularly advice on Turkey versus Montenegro, Dubrovnik versus Zadar). We have gone on the Western Med cruise out of Barcelona and enjoyed our time on the west coast of Italy, Mallorca and Cannes.

Itineraries:

10 night Greece & the Adriatic Cruise
Venice, Italy
Corfu, Greece
Santorini, Greece
Athens, Greece
Mykonos, Greece
Kotor, Montenegro
Zadar, Croatia

versus

11 night Greece, Turkey, & Croatia cruise
Venice, Italy (2 nights, days 1 and 11)
Katakolon, Greece
Chania, Greece
Athens, Greece
Thessaloniki, Greece
Ephesus(Kusadasi),Turkey
Santorini, Greece
Dubrovnik, Croatia

We tend to like walking through the towns and looking at the architecture, visiting ancient sites, going to city parks, or going to the beach and swimming near the shore with the children. We're not shoppers or scuba divers.

I would love to hear your advice on whether Dubrovnik should be selected over Zadar and Kusadasi over Kotor. I don't know much about the non-overlapping Greek isles, but thought I would start with the above 4 cities and obtain opinions.

Thank you.

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