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.

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  • Not a fan of large ship cruises. Have been on numerous river and small ship/yacht cruises and always enjoyed those. Viking does a good job on its river cruises so we decided to try their new medium size venue. We were very pleasantly surprised at ... Read more
  • Pros and Cons
    We chose this cruise as there wasn't a lot of choice for the time of year. We have visited most of the ports before, so the main purpose of this trip was to chill out. We are seasoned cruisers and have used most of the main cruse lines, including 2 ... Read more
  • Great cruise line
    I was attracted to the low price but would travel again because of the great service and good food. There were lots of food choices, especially for vegetarians. I found the food in the buffet better than the dining room, but the dining room was ... Read more
  • Seemed like a training cruise
    I have sailed with NCL 2x before. I brought my two teens(18,19) to see Spain, France and Italy. First, the port we left from, Barcelona, was the easiest ,nicest port I have used. But March 5th is very cool on the Mediterranean Sea. We needed rain ... Read more
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  • Overall a great experience
    First time cruisers, picked the Spirit primarily on price. Was a bit concerned initially by reviewers who wrote off the ship as being old and tired. Although we had an inside family cabin, we were happy with the size and condition of the cabin. ... Read more
  • Can't Go Wrong With Viking
    We wanted a smaller ship without a lot of kids. Plus the cruise we chose visited the ports we wanted to see. It all fell into place. Crew to guest ratio was almost 1:1 (I would guess 5:7). Food was excellent; unusual and expertly prepared. Buffets ... Read more
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