Mediterranean cruise guide 2013

0

The Mediterranean is arguably one of the most beautiful and diverse regions on the planet – offering warm climates, historic landmarks and a great mix of cultures.

You can see our full range of Mediterranean cruise deals here – or keep reading to find out more about our schedule for 2013.

What to expect on a Mediterranean cruise

On a Mediterranean cruise, you’ll have the opportunity to visit many of the world’s most famous and historic cities, as well as some you may not have thought about before. From the canals of Venice to the grand architecture of Barcelona, there’s something for everyone along the way. These cruises stop off at a huge range of countries including Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, France, England, Portugal and the Netherlands – so you’ll have more than enough opportunity to tick more of those destinations off your to-do list.

Most of our cruise packages also include flights from Australia (check the listings to make sure) – so you won’t have to worry about making your own way there.

And you’ll be cruising in style: just a few of the cruise lines offering Mediterranean trips include Celebrity Cruises, MSC, Holland America Line, Royal Caribbean and more.

Mediterranean cruise deals for 2013

Here are some of the highlights of our Mediterranean cruise deals for this year. Remember, there are many more on our Mediterranean cruises page – and you can search the website for even more great deals.

Spain, Italy & Tunisia (fly/stay/cruise)
A 12-night cruise starting on 5th November 2013
Cruising on MSC Splendida

This trip begins with a flight from Australia to Rome, where you’ll stay for two nights. You’ll then embark the MSC Splendida on a trip to Genoa, Marseilles, Barcelona, Valencia, La Goulette and back to Rome, before flying back to Australia.

Mediterranean Magic (fly/stay/cruise)
A 15-night cruise starting on 16th October 2013
Cruising on Norwegian Jade

Starting with a flight from Australia to Venice, where you’ll stay for two nights, this cruise stops at Koper (Slovenia), Split (Croatia), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Messina (Sicily), Naples (Italy) and Rome, before flying back to Australia.

Italy & Greek Isles (fly/stay/cruise)
An 18-night cruise starting on 29th October 2013
Cruising on Celebrity Equinox

After flying from Australia to Barcelona, you’ll cruise to Valletta (Malta), Athens (Greece), Mykonos (Greece), Ephesus, Santorini, Naples, Rome and back to Barcelona, before flying back to Australia.

See the full list of trips on our Mediterranean cruise deals page.

Image Sourced Via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit:Dr. Savage 

Share.

About Author

Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

Comments are closed.