Cruises in Europe
On a Europe cruise you are almost spoiled for choice when it comes to picking where to go and what to see. Around the Mediterranean, the coastlines of France, Italy and Spain boast iconic cities to stop in. Croatia and Greece have archipelagos of islands to hop between. Corsica, Malta, Sardinia and Sicily have beaches to compare with anywhere else in the world. Greece, Italy and Turkey are best for people in search of history and culture.
Popular ports of call in the Mediterranean include Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia, Larnaca and Limassol in Cyprus, Cannes, Marseille and Nice in France, Athens, Corfu and Rhodes in Greece, Genoa, Livorno, Naples and Venice in Italy, Monte Carlo, Lisbon in Portugal, Koper in Slovenia, Barcelona, Cadiz, Malaga, Palma and Valencia in Spain and Istanbul and Marmaris in Turkey.
Altenatively cruise to Scandinavia to see some of the world's most spectacular landscapes, the Northern Lights and much, much more. Many cruises in the region also take in the Baltic States and even ports in Russia, such as St Petersburg.
Popular ports of call in Scandinavia include Copenhagen in Denmark, Helsinki in Finland, Bergen, Oslo and Trondheim in Norway and Stockholm in Sweden.
These are just a handful of the options available though. You can also tailor-make your Europe cruise by adding a city stay or excursion before or after you sail; talk to a destination specialist to see what we can do for you.