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Rome (Civitavecchia) to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean Carnival Splendor Cruise Reviews

4.0 / 5.0
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1412 reviews
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Cabin staff made a towel cake and left on the bed for my wife's birthday
Scenic View from Splendor.
Stateroom 6376
Splendor from Moreton bay island. Cried having to get back on.
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Splendor Eastern Med Oct 08

Review for Carnival Splendor to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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Soccerfan

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

Hi, Just got off the Splendor in Rome yesterday. Had a great cruise with 15 of our friends. (By the way, for those people who may chose to take a little drink onboard, they had no problem with this. Some people took bags full of beer, wine, all types of alcohol made it through with no problem even at the ports of call) This is a great ship. I loved the movie nights in the pool area that ...
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Sail Date: October 2008


Mostly Splendorous

Review for Carnival Splendor to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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carnivalman

First Time Cruiser

Age 70s

Embarkation was faster than a speeding bullet. It does help getting to port early before the buses coming from the airport. Stayed in Rome for a few days prior to sailing and shared a shuttle with the couple we were travelling with. Made life easy instead of carrying bags in the Termini Stazione in Roma and then in Civitavecchia. 140 euro plus tip for 4 people was well worth it and also used ...
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Sail Date: October 2008


Disappointing in comparison

Review for Carnival Splendor to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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3KiwiFlyers

First Time Cruiser

Age 40s

Having cruised before but never with Carnival, we had high expectations of the cruiseline and were completely let down. We were travelling with our toddler son from half way round the world and chose this cruiseline because of the reputation of 'family friendly' and childcare facilities onboard. Once there, we discovered there were only a dozen or so children on board and the average age ...
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Sail Date: October 2008

Cabin Type: Ocean View

Traveled with children


Travel Tapestry - Few Snags

Review for Carnival Splendor to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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KirklandCruisers

First Time Cruiser

Age 70s

This was our second Carnival Cruise and one of more than a dozen we have taken in recent years. We've found that each ship and cruise has its pro's and con's related to dEcor, destinations and operation. That held true with the Splendor. We were pleased that our pre-cruise concerns regarding 'crowd control' and access on a 3,000-passenger ship the equivalent to a multi-storied floating hotel ...
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Sail Date: October 2008

Cabin Type: Balcony


Splendor ticks all the boxes

Review for Carnival Splendor to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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chessybear

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

I am writing this review, as I have had invaluable advise and help on CC. We are 3 Kiwi's who were on our first trip to Europe, we had already been travelling overland for 2.5 weeks when we boarded Splendor. Training out from Termini was easy. As long as you have a bag on wheels, and are up for a bit of a walk (the platform is just about at the end number 28) the cost is only 4.50euro and ...
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Sail Date: October 2008


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