Europe Cruises 2019 - 2020

Cruising Europe offers you a lot - history, architecture, art and culture. From medieval cities to sun-swept beaches, each moment on the European Cruise is more memorable than the next.

Europe

Europe is home to some of the world’s most iconic cruise destinations. Cruise to Europe for the opportunity gaze over Paris from atop the Eiffel Tower, float down London’s iconic Thames or take in Berlin’s historic East Side Gallery. To the south, the glittering Mediterranean beckons with charming whitewashed Greek Island villages, the glitz and glamour of the French Riviera and the discovery of ancient Roman civilizations. Voyaging north, nature lovers can indulge in Norway’s breathtaking fjords, experience the charm of the Baltics and behold the architectural jewels of Russia and the East.

Encompassing an eclectic smorgasbord of culture, fascinating history, breathtaking landscapes and a variety of continental climates, Europe promises a unique, culturally-immersive cruise experience. Take an iconic transatlantic voyage across the Atlantic Ocean from Miami or New York to Southampton (London) or embark on a Europe cruise from Rome, Amsterdam, Paris or Barcelona on board MSC Cruises, Viking Ocean Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line and more.

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Our Recommendations
  Mediterranean Cruises
Visit Delightful Rome from Venice
Visit Delightful Rome from Venice
12 Nights with the Seven Seas Splendor
 July 2020
p.p.from $12,199
Memorable Livorno from Rome 8-Day Adventure
Memorable Livorno from Rome 8-Day Adventure
7 Nights with the Seven Seas Splendor
 May 2020
p.p.from $8,599
Spectacular Barcelona from Monte Carlo 8-Day Escape
Spectacular Barcelona from Monte Carlo 8-Day Escape
7 Nights with the Seven Seas Voyager
 August 2020
p.p.from $6,999
Memorable Monte Carlo from Southampton with Seven Seas Splendor
Memorable Monte Carlo from Southampton with Seven Seas Splendor
15 Nights with the Seven Seas Splendor
 August 2020
p.p.from $14,999
8-Day Western Mediterranean with Norwegian Epic
8-Day Western Mediterranean with Norwegian Epic
7 Nights with the Norwegian Epic
 September 2019 - November 2020
p.p.from $1,960
  Popular Itineraries
Visit Delightful Rome from Venice
Visit Delightful Rome from Venice
12 Nights with the Seven Seas Splendor
 July 2020
p.p.from $12,199
Picturesque Riga with Seven Seas Explorer
Picturesque Riga with Seven Seas Explorer
10 Nights with the Seven Seas Explorer
 June 2020
p.p.from $12,299
Memorable Livorno from Rome 8-Day Adventure
Memorable Livorno from Rome 8-Day Adventure
7 Nights with the Seven Seas Splendor
 May 2020
p.p.from $8,599
Spectacular Barcelona from Monte Carlo 8-Day Escape
Spectacular Barcelona from Monte Carlo 8-Day Escape
7 Nights with the Seven Seas Voyager
 August 2020
p.p.from $6,999
Memorable Monte Carlo from Southampton with Seven Seas Splendor
Memorable Monte Carlo from Southampton with Seven Seas Splendor
15 Nights with the Seven Seas Splendor
 August 2020
p.p.from $14,999
  Norwegian Fjords
Picturesque Riga with Seven Seas Explorer
Picturesque Riga with Seven Seas Explorer
10 Nights with the Seven Seas Explorer
 June 2020
p.p.from $12,299
Memorable Monte Carlo from Southampton with Seven Seas Splendor
Memorable Monte Carlo from Southampton with Seven Seas Splendor
15 Nights with the Seven Seas Splendor
 August 2020
p.p.from $14,999
Sensational Trondheim Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Sensational Trondheim Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
20 Nights with the Seven Seas Navigator
 July 2020
p.p.from $15,199
Wonderful Amsterdam from Stockholm with Seven Seas Explorer
Wonderful Amsterdam from Stockholm with Seven Seas Explorer
12 Nights with the Seven Seas Explorer
 August 2020
p.p.from $12,999
Magnificent Rosyth 29-Day Discovery
Magnificent Rosyth 29-Day Discovery
28 Nights with the Seven Seas Navigator
 June 2020
p.p.from $23,199
Top European Ports
Barcelona, Spainfrom
$63

The Mediterranean city of Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second largest city. The sprawling metropolis is renowned for its captivating architecture, charming gothic quarters and the spectacular Sagrada Familia, a Roman Catholic Church masterminded by the great Antoni Gaudi, which has been under construction for more than a century. The cosmopolitan paradise is famous for its picturesque Barceloneta Riviera and the stunning marina.

Highlights of Barcelona
  • Stroll down the leafy Las Ramblas, intermittently sampling tapas, sipping sangria and marveling at the street artists
  • Marvel at the medieval Barrio Gotic, Barcelona’s oldest and most charming neighborhood
  • Admire the mosaic art and dreamlike architectural creations at the curious Park Guelle, one of Antoni Gaudi’s most significant works
Marseille, Francefrom
$63

Marseille is a bustling port city located on France’s Provencal Mediterranean coast. France’s second largest city is renowned for its dynamic multiculturalism and rich maritime history, with a wealth of historic landmarks, ancient cathedrals, edgy art museums and cultural scene to discover. The jewel of Marseille is the vibrant Vieux-Port, the city’s old town and harbor, which is adorned with lively bars, charming brasseries, and cute cafes.

Highlights of Marseille
  • Explore the elegant 17th century Centre de la Vieille Charite, gorgeous neoclassical charity shelter built by local sculptor Pierre Puget
  • Take a boat to the former island fortress-prison Chateau d’If, which has a claim to fame as the setting of Alexander Duma’s, The Count of Monte Cristo
  • Take advantage of Marseille’s Mediterranean weather and discover the city’s historic landmarks and picturesque beaches with a hop-on-hop-off bus tour
Venice, Italyfrom
$189

Venice, the Floating City, is situated in Italy’s northeast over the Adriatic Sea. The lagoon city comprises of 118 islands and hundreds of canals, making it one of the most fascinating in the world. Narrow, twisted alleys, historic monuments, marble palaces, charming architecture, hidden squares and the city’s iconic gondolas characterize the unique atmosphere of this extraordinary city. A mild, Mediterranean climate makes Venice a fantastic cruise destination year-round.

Highlights of Venice
  • Take a cruise tour through Venice’s canals for ultimate view of the city
  • Marvel at the spectacular mosaic art at the handsome San Marco Basilica
  • Experience the epitome of elegant Al Fresco dining at a restaurant on the Grand Canal
Naples, Italyfrom
$379

Naples, Italy’s third largest city, is nestled between the Bay of Naples and Mt Vesuvius. A city of contrasts, Naples is rich with archaeological treasures, edgy alternative districts, fresco-filled cathedrals, Michelin starred restaurants, lavish palaces street art murals, and ancient fortresses. The city is best known as the birthplace of pizza and for the ruins of ancient Pompeii and Herculaneum, which were destroyed by Mt Vesuvius in AD 79.

Highlights of Naples
  • Marvel at the award-winning Toledo Metro Art Station, featuring a dazzling sea of blue mosaics
  • Discover rare Graeco-Roman and Renaissance artifacts at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale
  • Admire the frescos by Domenichino and Giovanni Lanfranco inside the Cathedral di San Gennaro
Livorno (Florence), Italyfrom
$497

Livorno is situated on Italy’s northwest Tuscan coast, a short train ride from Pisa or Florence. Known as the Venice of Tuscany for the Venetian canals that wind through the town’s historic quarter, Livorno lures tourists with its beautiful harbor, Renaissance-era fortifications, and delicious local gastronomy.

Highlights of Livorno
  • Sample Livorno’s local seafood specialties, such as Cacciucco or Spadellata di Cozze e Vongole
  • Watch a spectacular sunset from the Terrazzo Mascagni, a waterside promenade laid with a distinctive checkerboard paving
  • Take the road less traveled and venture south along the Viale Italia to discover dramatic coastlines and beautiful secluded beaches
Monte Carlo, Monacofrom
$885

Monte Carlo is nestled between the French Alps and the Mediterranean Sea and is one of the world’s most exclusive cruise destinations. The glittering Mediterranean paradise features a stunning old town rich with lavish casinos, fascinating museums, theatres, art galleries and world-renowned Michelin star restaurants. The city is best-known for hosting the Monaco Grand Prix, which is held each spring.

Highlights of Monte Carlo
  • Take a stroll around the exclusive Port de la Condamine, home of extravagant luxury yachts and the Prince of Monaco’s private vessel
  • Explore Jardin Exotique, a beautiful botanical garden featuring a collection of over 7000 plant species from Africa and Latin America
  • Visit Museé Oceanographie, one of the world’s oldest aquariums featuring a unique collection of renowned marine science and oceanography exhibits
Málaga, Spainfrom
$636

Situated on Spain’s southern coast, Malaga is the jewel of Andalucía’s Costa del Sol. The glittering Mediterranean cruise destination lures visitors year-round with its warm climate, luxury resorts, beautiful beaches. The birthplace of Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas, Malaga has an intriguing 2,800-year history, discoverable by the Moorish castles and Roman theatres that adorn the seaside metropolis.

Highlights of Malaga
  • Visit the fabulous 16th century Gothic Catedral de Malaga and climb the 282ft high tower’s 200 steps to enjoy stunning panoramic views of the city
  • Wander through the medieval lanes of Malaga’s tastefully restored historical center, stopping by leafy squares lined with quaint coffee shops, unique boutiques and fine dining restaurants
  • Marvel at the Moorish beauty of the 11th century Alcazaba palace-fortress, with its lush scenery, bubbling fountains, peaceful courtyards and charming horseshoe arches
Genoa, Italyfrom
$63

Genoa, the capital of Italy’s picturesque Liguria region, is the gateway to the glittering Italian Riviera. The bustling Mediterranean port city is renowned as the birthplace of explorer Christopher Columbus and is riddled with historical wonders and architectural gems.

Highlights of Genoa
  • Wind your way through the medieval old city’s Caruggi towards Via Garibaldi, where you can marvel at the grandeur of multiple palaces standing side by side
  • Sample freshly caught fish and local seafood delicacies, such as Baccala and stockfish alla Genovese
  • Enjoy a sunset stroll along Porto Antico, admiring the luxurious super yachts that adorn the stunning Riviera
Palma de Mallorca, Spainfrom
$167

Palma de Mallorca lies on the southern coast of the western Mediterranean island of Mallorca. The beautiful Balearic island lures visitors to its glittering shores year-round with its mild climate, stunning wilderness, picturesque beaches and charming villages. A hugely multicultural city with a complex cultural history, Mallorca is popular party island with a number of resorts catering to English, Russian, German and Italian tourists.

Highlights of Palma de Mallorca
  • Get wonderfully lost wandering the cobbled streets, ancient passages, historic monuments and leafy piazzas in Palma’s old town
  • Marvel at the magnificent 14th gothic Cathedral La Seu from the grassy banks of the lake
  • Sample tapas and sangria in the elegant Santa Catalina district, the epicenter of upscale boutiques, charming restaurants and vibrant nightlife
Dubrovnik, Croatiafrom
$455

Dubrovnik, the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, is situated on Croatia’s southern Adriatic coast. The top cruise destination features an enchanting old town where white limestone streets, stunning Baroque architecture and romantic, twisting alleyways await your discovery, all of which are protected by the city’s iconic ancient city walls. Dubrovnik has recently exploded with popularity as the set of King’s Landing in cult series, Game of Thrones.

Highlights of
  • Dive into the glittering turquoise waters of Banje Beach
  • Take a cable car up Mount Srd for spectacular views of the city
  • Step back in time with a stroll around Dubrovnik’s ancient city walls
Amsterdam, Netherlandsfrom
$339

Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands, is one of the most famous cruise destinations in Europe. The quaint Dutch metropolis is best known for its charming UNESCO World Heritage Listed canal system and infamous red-light district, attracting more than 20 million visitors annually. However, with its charming cultural heritage, unique architecture and rich history, Amsterdam retains an intimate village-like feel, winning the hearts of tourists the world over.

Highlights of Amsterdam
  • Hire a bicycle and explore Amsterdam’s historic canals and floating markets by bike – like the locals do!
  • Take a tour of the Heineken Museum and discover the history of one of the world’s most loved beers
  • Visit the Anne Frank House and accompanying museum and learn about the tragedy of persecution in World War 2
Copenhagen, Denmarkfrom
$251

Copenhagen is situated on Denmark’s southern coast, straddling the Baltic Sea. The bustling Nordic metropolis has been named the happiest city in the world, luring visitors year-round with its intriguing history, charming Scandinavian culture, colorful architecture and quirky arts and design scene. The city is renowned for its magical Tivoli Gardens, a fairytale-like amusement park and national treasure, which has been captivating creatives like Walt Disney since 1843.

Highlights of Copenhagen
  • Follow in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen and explore the colorful Nyhavn canal
  • Explore Christiania, a fascinating anti-capitalist self-governing commune filled with DIY homes, collective businesses, flea markets, beer gardens and music venues
  • Stroll down Stroget, Copenhagen’s 7-mile long shopping street, and marvel at the Danish flair for creativity and design
Valletta, Maltafrom
$413

Valletta, situated on Malta’s northeast coast, is bordered by two beautiful natural harbors. The stunning city is the smallest capital of the European Union and offers a spectacular variety of sightseeing and landmarks. Architecturally magnificent buildings, gigantic fortress walls and historic bastions dot the ancient city, which also features charming cafes, boutiques and vibrant bars which line quaint cobblestoned streets. The country’s Mediterranean climate is superb year-round, making Valetta the ultimate cruise destination.

Highlights of Valletta
  • Take a dip in the glittering waters of the spectacular Blue Lagoon, located on nearby Gozo island
  • Indulge in Malta’s delicious traditional cuisine, such as Lampuki Pie, Rabbit Stew or Maltese Pastizzi
  • Visit
Tenerife, Canary Islandsfrom
$610

Tenerife is the largest island in the Canary Island archipelago. An island of contrasts, Tenerife possesses an incredible variety of landscapes, from otherworldly volcanic valleys and lush pine forests to pristine beaches and some of the world’s oldest flora. Tenerife is best known for its popularity with the British who flock to the island in droves during the winter months, but the island is also renowned as an adventure destination where hiking, surfing, paddle-boarding, whale watching, kayaking with dolphins and climbing the world’s third highest volcano is possible. Visit Tenerife in February for Carnaval, a spectacular extravaganza which is rumored to rival the spring festivals in Brazil.

Highlights of Tenerife
  • Take a cable car up the snow-capped El Teide for mind-blowing views of Tenerife and surrounding islands of La Gomera, La Palma and El Hierro
  • Kayak astride the mind-blowing Los Gigantes, the coastline of dramatic cliffs rising up to2,625-ft from the Atlantic Sea
  • Visit the majestic 59-ft tall El Drago tree, which legend says is up to a thousand years old, situated in the heart of Icod de los Vinos
Madeira (Funchal), Azores, Portugalfrom
$610

Funchal is the capital city of Portugal’s picturesque Madeira Archipelago, located in the Atlantic Ocean. Madeira, which was colonized by the Portuguese in the 15th century, is today a top cruise destination due to its beautiful conserved natural landscapes, local cuisine, historic landmarks and vibrant nightlife.

Highlights of Madeira
  • Unearth 17th and 18th century wine cellars at the Madeira Wine Museum, where you can find bottles of wine more than 150 years old
  • Trek or stroll through Madeira’s dramatic wilderness, and spot some wildlife species that exist nowhere else on Earth
  • Sample exotic fruits and fresh seafood at the Workers Market, Mercado dos Lavradores
Europe

Europe Cruises

Beautiful ports, sea breezes, breath-taking architecture filled with storied history, chatty people and delicious European food – French cheese, Italian pizza, German sausages... One can hardly make a short summary about Europe. Must-visits include British Isles, Scandinavia, France and Spain. Don’t let your sense of adventure fail you by missing out on Portugal, Italy, Greece, or the rivers of Danube and Rhine. For a more exotic European adventure, be sure to cruise to St. Petersburg and Reykjavik. With so much to see and visit, cruise lines usually separate their European itineraries by regions. Europe is filled with jaw-dropping views and spine-tingling views. Cruising to Europe is such an adventure!

British Isles

A cruise to the British Isles allows voyagers to explore an enchanted past while also delivering a modern experience in cities such as London, Dublin, Glasgow, and Edinburgh. Given the variety of architecture, landscapes and historical reference points on the British Isles, it is no exaggeration to state that nearly anyone could find something to enjoy. Take in the views of the beautiful Irish and Scottish countryside as you cruise from port to port.

Western Europe

Even during a short cruise to Western Europe, it is possible to experience several different countries, thanks to the compact geography of the region. Some of the most visited cities in the world reside in Western Europe, such as Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and more. Cruising is one of the best ways to discover France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, with its stunning sights and sounds shore excursions are a perfect way to discover the best of Western Europe.

Northern European Cruises

Cruise to Northern Europe and experience endless Arctic summer days or the eerily sunless polar nights. These extremes create an entrancing cultural and historical experience. Sail past thousands of runestones, medieval castles, authentic Viking coastal villages and spectacular highland views. A Baltic sea cruise brings you to Scandinavia and St. Petersburg, which allows you to visit the Hermitage and the Winter Palace. Book Now All our European cruises can be specifically tailored to your needs. If you require flights to and from Europe or travel insurance while in Europe, then call our cruise experts who are waiting to help. For more great options on cruises, have a look into our cruise and flight packages. All cruises are available through our cruise experts.