Carnival has just released the newest and most exciting way to explore Europe with a slew of new itineraries!
Destinations include Norway, Scotland, Ireland, Croatia, Portugal, Greece, Greenland and Iceland for summer and fall 2020.
The line’s announcement of European itineraries has arrived just weeks after it revealed its return to Europe in 2020, with a series of Mediterranean cruises on Carnival Radiance (currently sailing as Carnival Victory).
“We’ve put together an unmatched program of European cruises, featuring off-the-beaten path destinations as well as some of the most popular seaside port cities,” said Christine Duffy, Carnival‘s president.
“There’s no better way to Choose Fun in Europe.”
A breakdown of the excluive itineraries are below:
-A 16-night Northern trans-Atlantic crossing from New York to London from June 3rd-19th.
Guests will be offered day-long visits to Qaqortoq, Greenland; Reykjavik, Iceland; Lerwick, Shetland Islands; Belfast, Northern Ireland; and Cork, Ireland.
-A nine-night Norwegian Fjords cruise roundtrip from London, June 19th-28th.
The cruise will visit the following Norwegian ports: Bergen, Olden, Molde, Trondheim, Alesund, and Stavanger, as well as the Norwegian fjords.
-A nine-night Western Europe cruise from June 28th-July 7th from London to Barcelona.
The cruise will visit Paris, France; La Coruna and Malaga, Spain; Porto and Lisbon, Portugal; and Gibraltar.
-Nine- to 12-night Mediterranean cruises between Venice and Barcelona including stops in Marseilles, France; Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Rome (Civitavecchia) and Naples, Italy; Kotor, Montenegro; Corfu, Greece; Valletta, Malta; and Dubrovnik and Rijeka, Croatia.
-A 16-night trans-Atlantic crossing from Barcelona to Tampa October 30th-November 15th.
What do you think about travelling through Europe with Carnival? Which itinerary is more up your street? Have you already cruised with the line? Let us know your thoughts below!
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