MSC World Europa Review

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Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on MSC World Europa
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hpnguyen
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2023
Cabin: Deluxe Balcony

It's been our second cruise on MSC. The first one was 4 years ago on MSC Meraviglia to Norway and Copenhagen. We are frequent cruisers - 3 times with Celebrity, one with NCL and one with Diamond Princess. We tried 7 trips with 4 different cruise companies, we therefore could give a fair and honest comments as we don’t believe some previous comments on this site.

The new ship World Europa is big and just georgous as well as the embarkation was smooth.

Staff is nice and professional despite they were very busy with more than 6000 passengers on board. Meals in Bubble and Hexagon restaurants were delicious. The buffet in 18 floor Il Mercato and 19 floors La Brasserie were good. The black pizza was very delicious. My only criticism of the ship is the crowds at the breakfast buffet and lack of places to sit. Sometime we had to sit outside.

Cabin Review

Deluxe Balcony

Very nice and functional

Port Reviews

Malta (Valletta)

we took the ferry at 1.8 euros/trip to the 3 cities then walked about 300m to Rolling Geek to experience electric golf cart with left-handed drive and to visit the old town by electric golf cart. It was a fabulous island view with super architecture. Don’t miss out the breathtaking view.

Taormina (Messina)

we booked a transfer with MSC from and to Taormina at 45 euros for 3 hours staying. This small hill top town was overcrowded with breathtaking view, a lot of souvenir shops and some history behind. All in a walking distance

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