Europe Cruises

Cruises to Europe

Your biggest difficulty planning a European cruise is narrowing down where you want to go. A Western Mediterranean itinerary usually includes stops in Spain, Barcelona and Monaco, as well as Italy. Eastern Mediterranean cruises encompass Italy, Croatia and Greece, and sometimes Turkey and Israel. A Baltic Sea voyage brings you to Scandinavia and Russia; the Norwegian Fjords carry their own beauty. Don't forget about British Isles cruises, which allow you to visit castles in England, Scotland and London. For sun lovers, it's hard to beat the Canary Islands.

Read Europe Cruise Reviews
Articles
  • Good cruise but not for all tastes
    newstart1984
    We have just returned from our Med cruise on board the Costa Diadema. We have previously sailed with Cunard, NCL, Carnival and Royal Caribbean. Overall, we enjoyed our first cruise with Costa. The Diadema is a large ship and it took us most of ... Read more
  • We had cruised at sea many times over the years with a variety of high-end lines. More recently, we have been exploring Europe and we took two Viking cruises last year. These are very good products and we enjoyed them very much.They are advertised ... Read more
  • First trip on a Costa ship
    SimonCornes
    This cruise was spotted by my other half and was arranged by an agent who did a superb job and as the holiday included 2 days in Venice before sailing they arranged a great hotel (Hilton Garden, Mestre) and unbelievably good transfers from airport ... Read more
  • The best... OH NO
    MsJoeyC
    When choosing this cruise I was expecting the best. The best ship, the best service, the best dining, the best entertainment, the best children activities, the best adult activities, the best shore excursions, the best cabin, and the best ports. ... Read more
  • Compare Prices on Europe Cruises
  • Sadly this cruise was totally miss-sold as a Big Band Cruise, as the only sign of the theme was on the Saturday Night with a Big Band Ball in the Queens room (The theatre orchestra joined up with the Queens Room orchestra) Most of your longer ... Read more
  • Our Profile: my wife and I are young 70 year-olds. We are both very fit and we both are very careful about what and how much we eat. No fatty meats and I don't eat pork - opposite diet to what Germans crave. We exercise vigorously every day - ... Read more
Share feedback
Thank you!  Cruise Critic values your feedback.
How can we improve this page?