Did Athens to Venice in May, it was a really good cruise. The ship was small and very friendly with plenty of room to relax. The food was very good with 3 restaurants to chose from, a Chinese restaurant and a Italian restaurant and the main restaurant. There was also one where you could go and buy your ingredients at the ports you visited with one of the chefs and then go back to the ship and they showed you how to cook the food and you had it for your meal, this didnt appeal to me as I would prefer to have people cook for me while Im on holiday. There was also the self service food deck which had loads of different foods, which was extremely good. They didnt do many cocktails if you are into that sort of thing, which was disappointing. The entertainment was good but very basic unlike bigger ships, but was still enjoyable. The rooms were a good size and kept very clean, the mini bar was topped up every day and this was included within in the price. It was lovely to sit on the balcony if you wanted to be alone or have a drink with friends. The places we visited were very good except for one place which was our last stop before Venice, it was so small that you could walk round it in an hour and bring a Sunday everything was closed. All the tours we did were included within the price, so was good value for the money. Tour guides were very good and explained the countries very well. Length of time at each place was just right as you could go and explore the countries yourself too which was very good. Would love to sail MSC and compare
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