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Enjoy a a nautical spring with Royal Caribbean

DUBAI, April 3, 2018

As the temperatures start to rise and travellers flock to many European destinations, Royal Caribbean International will take travellers to many exciting cities across Europe and the Mediterranean Sea on board one of their action-packed cruises.

Royal Caribbean International offers some of the best spring cruises, whether you are a couple looking to reconnect on a romantic getaway, a group of friends planning for a memorable experience, or a family looking to spend quality time together, it will be an unrivalled holiday, and an opportunity to take in a number of European cities at the same time.

Sea-farer travellers can explore nature’s dramatic beauty with the seven-night Norwegian Fjords Cruise setting sail from Copenhagen, Denmark onboard Serenade of the Seas. Scandinavia's largest city is a treasure trove of art, history, architecture and modern design. Copenhagen artfully mixes fairy-tale settings like palaces, castles and elegant gardens with cutting-edge style and contemporary chic. On day three of the sailing, the ship will moor at Stavanger, Norway, where travellers will marvel at this city’s old-world charm and modern bustle. The port sits on a scenic archipelago nestled between imposing mountains and sandy beaches. On days five and six, the ship will stop at Bergen and Alesund in Norway where Art Nouveau, the signature architectural style is only part of the appeal of this village of small islands and canals, where interconnecting fjords and towering mountains complete the picturesque setting.

Taste the best of Europe’s cuisine aboard Independence of the Seas with their five-night cruise ‘A Taste of Ireland and France’. Taking off from Southampton, England travellers will revel in the city’s historic links to kings and novelists to arrive the next day at Cherbourg, France. Cherbourg welcomes visitors to its atmospheric Old Town and acclaimed maritime museum. From here you can also visit such historic Normandy sights as the city of Caen and the Mont St. Michel. On day four of the cruise, travellers will stop at the County Cork port of Cobh in Ireland, a charming town of colourful Victorian architecture with a salty maritime heritage. Culturally rich Cork City is nearby, as is the green countryside, home to villages, ancient monasteries, castles and the famous Blarney Stone.

Not to mention a variety of cruises that sail from Greece and Barcelona varying from two nights all the way to 13 nights. All Royal Caribbean Cruises house spectacular high-diving aerial performances, Disney shows, fine dining options, the latest technologies and a huge array of amenities including a solarium, two swimming pools, four whirlpools, a rock-climbing wall and nine-hole miniature golf course amongst many others, offering a great alternative to the traditional staycation. - TradeArabia News Service




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