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Mediterranean
From the pristine beaches and ancient ruins of the Eastern Mediterranean to the artsy and flavorful countries of the Western Mediterranean, this region is easily one of the most diverse in the world. Revel at Spanish and Italian architecture, soak up some sun in Greece, explore antiquities in Istanbul and Malta or get a taste of the French countryside on the outskirts of Nice, Monte Carlo or Cannes. Some Med itineraries dip down into northern Africa; the Canary Islands are also a popular stop for repositioning cruises.
Europe
Your biggest difficulty planning a European cruise is narrowing down where you want to go. A Western Mediterranean itinerary usually includes stops in Barcelona and Monaco, as well as ports in Italy. Eastern Mediterranean cruises encompass eastern Italy, Croatia and Greece, and sometimes even 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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Live From Carnival Horizon: First Impressions
When Carnival first announced it would be building a new ship to debut in spring 2018, the cruise line quickly affixed to it the cute moniker Vista's Sista, a nod to identical fleetmate Carnival Vista. That ship eventually got a name -- Carnival Horizon -- and it's no longer just the sibling to the most innovative ship in Carnival's fleet. It is the new standard-bearer for the line, with bold features and inventive technology, alongside a whole lot of fun. We're onboard the new 3,960-passenger ship, which is on its second sailing, in the Mediterranean. Here are our first impressions of Carnival Horizon.

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