Explore the Mediterranean – The Widest Range of Cruise Itineraries Worldwide!
Discover a significant chapter in human history, indulge in delectable cuisines and beverages, admire legendary architecture, appreciate renowned art, and surrender to tranquillity amidst mesmerizing nature – all these and more await you on Mediterranean cruises.
Mediterranean Cruises – The Preferred Choice!
Cruises through the Mediterranean’s northern coastline are as popular as those along the southern Caribbean. As a result, there’s an extensive selection of over 4,900 cruise voyages offered year-round by cruise companies like Costa Cruises, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, and an additional 13 cruise lines during the summer season.
Mediterranean Cruises – Suitable for All Tastes, Preferences, and Possibilities
We understand the diversity of people and their varied interests. That’s why, in the Mediterranean, everyone can find a cruise that suits them best. Our offerings include Mediterranean cruises with departure or arrival ports in:
- Civitavecchia (Rome), Genoa, Savona, Naples, Bari, and Venice – Italy.
- Barcelona – Spain.
- Marseille – France.
- Athens – Greece.
- Southampton – United Kingdom.
To ensure your Mediterranean cruise is filled with excitement and adventures, cruise routes offer opportunities to dock at one of 208 ports located in 22 Mediterranean countries. Whether you opt for a quick 2-day getaway or an extended 26-day voyage, most cruise routes encompass ports in Italy, Greece, France, and Spain.
Getting to Departure Ports is Convenient
Mediterranean cruises are particularly enticing during the summer season. Getting to some of the most popular departure port cities – Barcelona, Rome, Venice, and Athens – is incredibly convenient, as most Latvian airlines offer direct flights to these Mediterranean gems.
What to Expect?
Weather Conditions: The climate in Mediterranean countries is warmer and sunnier than in the Baltics. The recommended time for a cruise is from April to November, especially in May-June and September-October. However, Mediterranean cruises operate year-round, giving you the option to choose between hotter or milder weather for exploring these beautiful southern countries.
Attire: If you’re travelling during the winter season, opt for warmer clothing and be prepared for the possibility of rainfall. For summer season travellers, we recommend comfortable walking shoes, lightweight, loose-fitting clothing, and sun protection gear, including hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Additionally, consider bringing a shawl or light jacket for evenings on deck. Before setting sail, familiarize yourself with the ship’s dress code, which can range from formal to casual, depending on the cruise company.
Payments: Most transactions on cruise ships are conducted in US dollars and credit cards are widely accepted. On Costa Cruises and MSC Cruises, euros are the standard currency, while Cunard and P&O Cruises prefer British pounds. On land, payments are typically made in cash in euros or by credit card.
Choose the exciting blend of history, art, culture, and nature that Mediterranean cruises offer and immerse yourself in a fantastic vacation!