Tips For A Cruise

Why take a cruise? Cruises are the perfect vacation for everyone: relaxing, family, friends, cultural holidays… It is a way out of the routine and typical travel with delays in airports, long journeys by car and hotel without changes. Insured on vessels of up to 130,000 tons with all sorts of leisure facilities for all ages fun and entertainment: theatres, casinos, spa, gym, discos, nurseries and playrooms for children, activities for teenagers, pools… You can travel around the world aboard a fantastic ship and visit exciting places like: Mediterranean Cruise: you visit cities such as Barcelona, Athens, Sicily, Rome, Florence… with excursions as a visit to the Museum of Bardo (Medina, Tunisia), prehistoric temples and Marsaxlokk (Malta), Taormina (Sicily), Rome, nice (Monaco-Montecarlo), monastery of Montserrat (Barcelona)… Cruise recommended for Spanish tourists since the output ports are usually Barcelona, Valencia and Malaga.

Northern Europe cruise: where you can choose between visiting the famous Norwegian fjords or the Baltic capitals with excursions as a visit to the Christiansborg Palace (Copenhagen), visit to the castle of Malbork (Gdynia, Poland), Peninsula Curlandesa (Klaipeda, Lithuania), Medieval city of Tallinn (Tallinn), St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg) of cathedrals, Medieval city of Porvoo (Helsinki)… Preferred cruise for tourists seeking tranquility, rest and learn about great cultural zones. The Caribbean Cruise: in which to visit Aruba, Curacao, Isla Margarita, Grenada, Barbados, island of Mayreau…

where you can enjoy the extraordinary and famous Caribbean beaches. Ideal cruise for tourists looking for fun and entertainment…. In addition to river cruises, world tour… (when boarding the crew it will facilitate you detailed information of the excursions and prices) In some of our cruises you may hire the all inclusive in which in addition to the food services: breakfast, snacks, lunch, snack, dinner, and midnight buffet, you can enjoy all beverages (including spirits and combined) in all bars, restaurants and discos in the boat.

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