European Cruises
European Cruises
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European Cruises

European Cruises

Written by Beth Garrett
Have you ever dreamed of visiting some of the oldest, most beautiful places in the world? Can you think of a better way to see Europe than by ship? Several cruise lines offer vacations to Europe's most splendid cities. Visit places that you've always pictured or read about in books and leave the transportation up to someone else. Make your dream a reality and get ready for one of the most memorable vacations ever. Book a European Cruise today.

3-Night Cruises From Barcelona

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines offers a 3-night European Cruise. Departing from Barcelona, Spain, stops along the way include Cannes and Palma with the ship returning to Barcelona at the end of the voyage. Cannes
has become known throughout the world in recent Barcelona, Spian years as a result of the Cannes Film Festival. Travelers can not only see where the stars play but learn about this village's rich history. Mallorca is an island that is surrounded by the crystal blue waters of the Mediterranean. The capital of the island, Palma, has everything from shopping and dining to bull rings and music halls. Travelers will also have plenty of time to immerse themselves in the rich culture of Barcelona. The city is brimming with museums, libraries and architecture.

4-Night Cruises From Barcelona

Royal Caribbean also offers a 4-Night European Cruise. Departing from Barcelona, stops include Villefranche, European CruisesAjaccio and Palma with the ship returning to Barcelona at the end of the voyage. Villefranche, France is a medieval city dating back to the 13th century. Shopping is abundant in the boutiques, flea markets and local craft stands. Ajaccio, Corsica was discovered by the Greeks in the 6th century BC. This beautiful island is also the birthplace of the famed Napoleon Bonaparte.

12-Night Cruises From London

Norwegian Cruise Lines offers a 12-Night European Cruise that departs from London, England. Stops along the way include Warnemunde, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, Stockholm and Copenhagen with the ship returning to London. Travelers will have plenty of time to visit the cultural heart of the United Kingdom and no one should miss the opportunity to see Buckingham Palace. Warnemunde, Germany is located along the Baltic coast. Travelers may boot around the this quaint coastal town or board Gondola in Venice, Italy a train for an excursion to Berlin. Tallinn, Estonia, a medieval city, is a bubbling cauldron of history and artifacts. Visit the gothic Domed Church or any of the local cemeteries or convent ruins. St. Petersburg Russia is a cultural Mecca. Be
sure to catch an evening ballet or a concert at the famed Smolny Cathedral. These opportunities are provided for Norwegian Cruise guests exclusively. The next stop is Helsinki, Finland. Here travelers will see everything from the domed Tuomiokirkko to the 1952 Olympic Stadium. Travelers may soak up Stockholm, Sweden either by bus, on foot or glass enclosed boat. Be sure to visit Blue Hall in City Hall where the Nobel Prize awards are held. Copenhagen, Denmark will take your breath away. This majestic city is home to castles and the Danish Crown Jewels. Throughout the voyage the ship will cruise through the Baltic Sea, the Swedish ArchipelagEuropean Cruises and the North Sea.

12-Night Cruises From Rome

Norwegian Cruise Lines also offers another 12-Night European Cruise, this time departure is from Rome, Italy. Stops along the way include Florence/Pisa, Genoa, Cannes, Marseille, Barcelona, Cadiz, Lisbon and Le Havre. At the end of the journey the ship will dock in London, England. Rome is one of the world's most beautiful cities and is over 2,000 years old. Visit the Coliseum, fighting arena for gladiators in years gone past. In Florence, travelers will easily be able to discern why this majestic city has become NCL's Norwegian Dream in Stockholm, Sweden known as the place that gave birth European Cruisesto the Renaissance. Genoa is the heart of Italy's trading center. Marseilles, located in Southern France is home to the World Championship Windsurfing competition. This beautiful seaside community has been attracting sun worshippers for hundreds of years. A stop in Cadiz, Spain allows travelers to visit the world's largest gothic building that is located in Seville. Lisbon, Portugal is an architect's dream. Whitewashed houses, black and white mosaic sidewalks and red tiled roofs make this a beautiful city to behold. Le Havre, France was destroyed as the result of over 170 airstrikes during World War II. Since then, the city has rebuilt itself. Even the famed Church of Notre Dame has successfully been restored. Also during the cruise, the ship will pass through waters such as the Straight of Gibraltar, the Bay of Biscay and the English Channel.
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