Anyone looking for a little inspiration for their next cruise holiday would do well to consider many of the great European destinations, which offer some fantastic locations to visit on a relaxing luxury cruise.
Not only will you enjoy a great array of destinations to choose from, but you also won’t have to worry about any hidden or additional charges, as you will be sailing on an all-inclusive holiday which caters for all your onboard needs.
To give you some inspiration for your next luxury cruise holiday, here we take a brief look some of the best destinations in Europe.
Take a cruise holiday through the Mediterranean Sea and discover some of the historic and wonderful places throughout some of the most famous regions of Europe.
As a passenger you will be able to choose a cruise featuring some of the best locations in the Mediterranean, like the beautiful Greek islands of Katakolon, Santorini and Mykonos. The island of Mykonos has become the most famous of all the Cyclades Islands, thanks to its magnificent natural beauty, rich cultural history and cosmopolitan character.
Other places that are well worth considering for your holiday itinerary would have to be Split in Croatia, Tunis in Tunisia, Limassol in Cyprus, Palermo in Sicily, and Kusadasi inTurkey, all offering wonderful places for stop-over’s or day trips.
You will have the opportunity to visit and experience places like Alexandria in Egypt, which was founded by its namesake Alexander the Great in 332 BC. In the modern-day the city has a distinctly Mediterranean feel about it, with occasional reminders of its ancient Roman connection in its ancient architecture and monuments, like the Roman Amphitheatre which is a must-see place when visiting this magnificent city.
The Black Sea is an inland sea bordered by Europe, Anatolia and the Caucasus, which is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas.
Many of the countries featured along the Black Sea cruises will take you to places like Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Moldova, Turkey, Georgia and Russia.
These Balkan nations will offer an entirely different feel in terms of their historic culture and wonderful scenery, compared to the lower Mediterranean countries. Romania, for example, is a country of great natural beauty and offers a wealth of diverse rich historical culture.
As a visiting tourist it will be hard not to be enchanted by Romania’s scenic mountain landscapes, its unspoilt rural areas, its magnificent historical cities steeped in heritage and its wonderful capital of Bucharest.