Discussion in 'Cruises' started by timepromise, Nov 10, 2010.
Yes, Italian cruises normally travel to islands such as Corsica and Malta, and even as far as exotic north African locales like Tunis and Cairo.
If you book one of the longer cruises, which usually last about two weeks at sea, you can take a cruise that focuses on the African side of the sea, with stops in Tunisia and Egypt â€“ even Morocco . Malta and Sardinia are other popular ports of call â€“ the former offering the warmest weather in all of Europe, and the latter is one of the most secluded areas in the Mediterranean.
The port city of Civitavecchia is the main departure point of the majority of cruises in Italy. and youâ€™ll find all the major cruise liners here, including Carnival, though most are Italian companies.
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