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More than a place, the Mediterranean is an experience. Crucible to some of the most important civilisations in history, its waters have been and are a meeting point for cultures that have been able to pass on their essence: a unique architectural mosaic, a different way of understanding dance and music, one of the best gastronomic traditions in the world… If we add legendary landscapes and an exceptional climate, we can understand why Mediterranean cruises are becoming increasingly popular. On the other hand, the Caribbean offers a unique experience across its waters. It is an opportunity to visit some of the most amazing fine-sand beaches and get to know some completely new cultures. Discover our cruise deals around the World and much more, here.

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At Travel2Holidays, we offer you MSC and Costa Cruises cruise offers designed for you, so that you can discover the magnificent cities that overlook this sea: Valencia, Barcelona, Marseille, Savona, Genoa, Civitavecchia, Palermo, Valletta, Miami… What do you think of these destinations? We also bring you cruises departing from the beautiful Lisbon, located on the shores of the Atlantic and one of the oldest cities in Europe.

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What to do at some of Travel2Holidays’ top cruise stop-over destinations

What to see in Barcelona

What can we say about one of the most special cities on the Old Continent? And this is not just a figure of speech, as the Catalan capital has all the ingredients to make the traveller fall in love: an old quarter in which time seems to have stood still, some of the most spectacular modernist buildings on the planet, such as the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera or Casa Batlló; the ruins of an old 18th century district, the palaces, the castle and the extraordinary views offered by the mountain of Montjuïc, an inexhaustible offer of museums and art galleries, almost 5 km of urban beaches?

Las Ramblas, the most lively and unique artery of the city, together with the exclusive Passeig de Gràcia – ideal for those who want to go shopping in Barcelona with no expense spared – are not to be missed on your route through Barcelona either.

More than two thousand years of history have been looking over Barcelona and, as you can see, the legacy left by all these centuries could not be more seductive. During your cruise stops in Barcelona, you’ll have all these treasures at your fingertips. Are you going to let them explain them to you? Book one of our cruise deals that have a stop at this amazing destination. 

What to see in Valencia

According to a popular song, this is the land of flowers, light and love. We totally agree, even though the composer of the song is an understatement. Valencia also means culture in abundance, relaxation, the spell of its mythical fallas… In its historic centre, you will find places such as the imposing towers of Quart, one of the old entrances to the walled city; the Llotja de la Seda, one of the best examples of civil Gothic art; the cathedral and the famous Miquelet tower, the banks of the Turia, the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències (City of Arts and Sciences)…


Special mention should be made of its exquisite gastronomy, with paella and horchata con fartons (tigernut milk with fartons) at the forefront; its generous nightlife and the beaches of Malvarrosa and Cabanyal, where you can leave your stress behind during your cruise stop in Valencia.

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What to see in Genoa

Genoa – the capital of the Liguria region in northwest Italy – owes much of its history to the sea. Despite a population of over 600,000, it’s still the perfect city to explore on foot.

Must-see sights include the Old Port, with points of interest such as the original structure known as El Bigo. Other attractions include the palace of San Giorgio, which dates back to 1260; the Ducal Palace, seat for six centuries of the now defunct Republic of Genoa; the historic centre of the city, dotted with picturesque carrugi or narrow streets, the cathedral of San Lorenzo, inside which the ashes of St John the Baptist are preserved; the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, the striking Porta Soprana… We can assure you that your cruise stop in Genoa will leave you speechless.

What to see in Savona

Just 45 km from Genoa, there is another town in Liguria that is very popular with cruisers: Savona. Although many travellers choose to take advantage of their cruise stop in Genoa to travel to the place where the discoverer of America was born, the truth is that Savona is not lacking in attractions either.

In this sense, it is worth mentioning the Torretta de Piazza Leon Pancaldo, from the 14th century and dedicated to a famous 16th century Savonese navigator who died in Buenos Aires, who accompanied Magellan on the first round-the-world voyage. On the other hand, the Sistine Chapel of Savona is the only one in existence, together with the Roman chapel of the same name, and was designed by the Savonese Pope Sixtus IV Della Rovere. The Cattedrale dell’Assunta and the Santuario di Nostra Signora della Misericordia (1536 and 1540) also stand out. You can also visit the Brandale Towers, the Gabriello Chiabrera Theatre, the Monument to the Fallen in Piazza Goffredo Mameli, the Fontana del Pesce and the Garibaldi Monument, among other notable sites.

A picutre of the Colosseum in Rome at night

What to see in Rome

Our cruise calls in Civitavecchia are the perfect excuse for a trip to Rome. Its unique historic centre, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980, is an authentic open-air museum where you can meet with history and contemplate the inexhaustible historical and artistic heritage that the Eternal City treasures.

Feel the echoes of the Roman Empire in the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Forum, the Circus Maximus, the Baths of Caracalla, the Theatre of Marcellus, the Temple of Fortuna Viril, the Pyramid of Gaius Cestius, the Catacombs and Castel Sant’Angelo. You will also witness the splendour of the Italian Cinquecento in the Vatican Museums and in St. Peter’s Basilica, the nerve centre of Christianity. Also enjoy such splendid churches as Santa Maria in Cosmedin, Santa Maria Maggiore or Santa Maria in Trastevere, one of the most hypnotic neighbourhoods of the Italian capital. Taste the delights of Italian cuisine in its open-air restaurants, or refresh yourself with a genuine Italian gelato while taking a break on the steps of Piazza Spagna.


What to see in Palermo

Successively occupied by the Arabs – in the past it was an emirate – and Normans, Palermo, the capital of the Italian island of Sicily, is home to a unique fusion of Byzantine, Arab, Norman, Renaissance and Baroque buildings in the form of 80 churches and 50 palaces.  

Among the most remarkable of these is the Duomo on Corso Vittorio Emanuele. This cathedral could be defined as a superb recreation of geometric patterns, battlements, majolica domes and blind arches. At the same time, the palm trees that surround it give it an unmistakably oriental air. Inside, the Duomo houses several tombs of Norman kings. Also Norman is the cloister of the church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti (Via dei Benedettini).

Another place not to be missed is the Cappella Palatina, designed by Roger II the Great in 1130. Its rooms combine marquetry, marble and multicoloured glass mosaics covered with gold leaf. Most of them are inspired by the Old Testament and the Crusades, which have a prominent place in Palermo’s past. And of course, not to be forgotten is the prestigious Museo Internazionale delle Marionette di Palermo.

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