MSC World Europa Review

4.0 / 5.0
60 reviews

Dubai, Saudi Arabia and on to Italy

Review for the Middle East Cruise on MSC World Europa
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2023
Cabin: Balcony Aurea

We chooe this cruise as our friends we going on it and it ticked a few of our bucket list locations, MSC Europa is HUGE, no walking deck, to get to some of the shows you have to walk through the Casino and it always smelt of cigarette smoke and really not very nice at all. Food was very average, Staff in all area's were great, We booked an excursion prior to leaving Australia and on the day of the excursion we were told, "Oh we don't have tickets for your" they came up with every excuse under the sun, other passengers that had booked the tour on the ship only two days before were on the tour, it wasn't only us it was 38 other passengers that had booked in Australia.

15% surcharge for setting up a Bucket of ice for a bottle of champagne in Bubbles Champange Bar(that we were happy to pay the over inflated price for)

15% to set the table for all in our group after ordering a seafood platter in Bubbles Champange Bar

Cabin Review

Balcony Aurea

Our cabin was huge, lots of storage, huge deck, bed was great as were the pillows all in all very very good.

Port Reviews

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi was a nice and different port


Muscat was mystical and just so interesting


Was very interesting and we really liked it


Well is a dirty and unsafe city to visit, Taxi drivers having a huge fight with Blood and gore all over the place, I wouldn't recommend visitng Naples at all.

Sir Bani Yas Island

Not worth the effort

Suez Canal

Suez Canal we found very interesting, with so much to see and take in. we really liked cruising thorough it

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