I chose to schedule this—my first—cruise trip, to spend some time with good friends and visit places I've never seen. I was especially interested in visiting Santorini, Greece and Montenegro. Nevertheless, I was disappointed when, after starting the trip, was informed that both destinations were cancelled. Furthermore, the reasons were generic/non-specific and only given thru a letter left at my stateroom. For the "inconvenience," my stateroom (3 of us) was refunded $100 (to be divided by 3). Everyone also received a $22 refund for port taxes. In addition, we were offered a 20% discount on new trip reservations good for two years. I think the refunds were insufficient, and many passengers were disappointed with the port cancelations, and the reduction to time spent at the remaining ports, which were also changed/limited. Overall, the employees provided good service, and the ship was clean and fairly up-to-date. The food was tasty, but often at less than desired temperature (cold). There were at least two nights of terrible ship rocking, as I believe it battled stormy weather. I did enjoy spending time with my friends, but wish the experience was as we had planned it: Better! I don’t believe my next trip will be on Norwegian.
The stateroom Stewart was great! We had 3 beds, and the top bed was a bit tuff: A bit uncomfortable. Space was tight but fair.
Destination was cancelled.
Spent half a day viewing the city, but it was raining. Bus ride provided by cruise was $15.
Too little to see. Public bus ride was cheap: $2. Had a nice lunch at local restaurant, but this day was also raining. Was back to the ship before 2pm.
Destination was cancelled.
Get on-Get off tour: $49. Busses had a gift on every sit: Water bottle, juice, sope, other. Acropolis was amazing: Lots to see!
Beatiful place! Only takes half a day to see it. Bus ride provided by cruise line.
Paid a taxi for tour of prominent sites, to include Pompei. A group of eight, paid $40 per person. Driver delivered as promissed: 30-45 minutes at each stop; 2 hours at Pompei; visited 7 sites and had lunch at famous pizzeria Michele. Took all time availible that day.
Too much to see, too little time left after one and a half hour bus ride (each way). Paid $125 for tour. Waited one hour to get into St. Peter's Basilica, and spent another 30 min. walking thru Vatican museum to see the Sistine Chapel. Had to pay $7 per person for Metro (All day ticket) to go see the Coliseum. Not enough time left for much else.View All 171 Rome on Your Own Reviews
$15 Bus ride to city center provided by NCL. Paid additional $10 for taxi to visit Basilique Notre-Dame. Because of rain, decided to visit indoor mall. Later visited the town market. Too little time to do much. Back to ship by 3pm.
Visited the city on my own: $5 bus ride to city center provided by NCL. Lots to see, and good shopping/market. Some sites are far from each other, and it takes long to walk all. Interesting forts & churches.