Europe cruises transport guests to timeless cities, ancient monuments and unique cultures rich with history.
On a Mediterranean cruise, visit Italy, Spain and the French Riviera, or explore Portugal, Morocco, Spain’s Canary Islands and more. A Greek Islands itinerary takes passengers to the alluring beaches and fascinating early civilizations of Mykonos, Santorini, Crete and other isles.
Northern Europe cruises can be split into several specific regions: Baltic, British Isles, Norway and Arctic. Travel to the Baltic Sea and explore the Scandinavian countries of Sweden, Finland and Denmark as well as Russia, or hop around England, Scotland and Ireland on a British Isles cruise. Norway sailings focus on coastal villages and stunning fjords, while Arctic cruises tour the one-of-a-kind terrain along the Arctic Circle, featuring Greenland, Iceland and portions of Russia and Norway.
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The most popular time to cruise in Europe is late April through October, although a few ships sail this region year-round.
Europe cruises are generally 5 to 14 nights in length, but longer cruises are offered.
Because you’ll need to fly a long distance to reach your port of departure, we suggest that you arrive at the port city at least one or two days in advance of your cruise. This will give you time to rest and get oriented before boarding the ship. Most cruise lines offer pre-cruise hotel packages.
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