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Costa Itineraries

Costa offers one of the cruise industry's most comprehensive -- and diverse -- selection of European itineraries. In fact, it's one of the few lines that sails in the Mediterranean year-round. Regions of Europe include the Eastern and Western Mediterranean, Western Europe and the Baltic.

Costa is also exploring new parts of the world. Its winter cruises from Dubai, calling at Bahrain, Oman, Abu Dhabi and Fujairah, are now well established. New ship Costa Luminosa is being based in Dubai for winter 2009/2010, and the line is launching a new series of cruises between Savona and Dubai, to be operated by Costa Europa.

It has also now positioned Costa Allegra and Costa Classica year-round in the Far East. There are two-week itineraries from Singapore and Hong Kong, sailing to Vietnam, China, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei, and short cruises from China that visit Japan, aimed at the Chinese market.

Costa Fortuna, Costa Atlantica, Costa Magica, Costa Mediterranea and Costa Romantica are in the Caribbean and Americas for winter 2008/09 and autumn 2009. Costa Fortuna has seven-night cruises from Ft. Lauderdale calling at various Caribbean islands; Costa Atlantica sails weekly from Guadeloupe for St. Maarten, La Romana and Catalina Island, Tortola, Antigua and St. Lucia.

Costa Mediterranea is based at Santos, Brazil, offering seven-night cruises calling at Buenos Aires, Punta del Este in Uruguay. Costa Magica is based at Santos and sails weekly along the Brazilian coast. Costa Romantica is based in Buenos Aires and visits Brazil and Uruguay on seven-, eight- and nine-night cruises.

Costa Serena and Costa Marina sail year-round in the Mediterranean on various eight-, 10- and 11-night itineraries; both are based at Savona.
Asia
53% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Hong Kong -> Cruising -> Hanoi -> Da Nang -> Cruising -> Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) -> Cruising -> Singapore -> Kelang (Kuala Lumpur) -> Cruising -> Phuket -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Colombo -> Cochin -> Cochin -> Mumbai (Bombay) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Dubai
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Eastern Caribbean
55% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Martinique -> Guadeloupe -> Cruising -> Santo Domingo -> Catalina Island (Dominican Republic) -> St. Maarten -> St. Kitts -> Guadeloupe -> Cruising -> Tobago -> Grenada -> Barbados -> St. Lucia -> Martinique
Indian Ocean
41% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Dubai -> Dubai -> Khasab -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Mumbai (Bombay) -> Goa -> Cruising -> Cochin -> Cruising -> Colombo -> Cruising -> Maldives -> Cruising -> Maldives -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Muscat -> Cruising -> Abu Dhabi -> Dubai
40% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Dubai -> Dubai -> Khasab -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Mumbai (Bombay) -> Goa -> Cruising -> Cochin -> Cruising -> Colombo -> Cruising -> Maldives -> Cruising -> Maldives -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Muscat -> Cruising -> Abu Dhabi -> Dubai
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Middle East
46% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Marseille -> Genoa -> Rome (Civitavecchia) -> Taormina (Messina) -> Cruising -> Crete (Heraklion) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Eilat -> Eilat -> Aqaba -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Salalah -> Cruising -> Muscat -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Maldives -> Maldives -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Seychelles -> Seychelles -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Pointe des Galets -> Port Louis -> Port Louis
South America
59% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Buenos Aires -> Buenos Aires -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Puerto Madryn -> Cruising -> Punta Arenas -> Punta Arenas -> Cruising -> Ushuaia -> Ushuaia -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Montevideo -> Buenos Aires
Transatlantic
59% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Venice -> Trieste -> Split -> Bari -> Cruising -> Rome (Civitavecchia) -> Genoa -> Barcelona -> Cruising -> Casablanca -> Cruising -> Tenerife -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Recife -> Maceio -> Bahia de Salvador -> Cruising -> Rio de Janeiro -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Buenos Aires
44% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Venice -> Cruising -> Corfu -> Taormina (Messina) -> Rome (Civitavecchia) -> Genoa -> Marseille -> Barcelona -> Cruising -> Casablanca -> Cruising -> Lanzarote -> Tenerife -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Catalina Island (Dominican Republic) -> Grand Turk -> Cruising -> Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Around the World
44% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Barcelona -> Genoa -> Marseille -> Cruising -> Malaga -> Cruising -> Tenerife -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> St. Lucia -> Grenada -> Cruising -> Aruba -> Cartagena (Colombia) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera) -> Cruising -> Puerto Quetzal (Antigua) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Puerto Vallarta -> Cruising -> Cruising -> San Diego -> Los Angeles -> Los Angeles
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Costa Member Reviews

48% Loved It

Just returned from a cruise. This time with Costa, the Costa Pacifica. My wife and I are cruising enthusiasts. We have travelled on several ... Read more
by 7+1long hoots
We found a last minute offer that was ideal as we live fairly close to Venice To get to Venice we travelled in an Austrian Rail bus that dropped ... Read more
by DiscoVolante
We have cruised with Costa before and had enjoyable trips, however not this one! In a nutshell they appear to be cruising with economy. We boarded ... Read more
by surreychap
My best friend and I jumped on this cruise in March 2016, we embarked on Sydney and disembarked in Dubai. The ship is beautiful, and isn't to big, ... Read more
by DionneJ
The MSC cruise a few years ago was my worst cruise, this COSTA was the second worst cruise I ever did. After booking I read all the bad reviews so ... Read more
by pssc
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