Not well known as a tourist destination when compared to its neighbor Venice or Rome and Florence. Ravenna is home to the largest concentration of Christian Byzantine mosaics, art and architecture in Europe if not the world.
Lahaina is the cruise port of call for the gorgeous island of Maui, a port famous for its miles of beautiful white sand beaches. Lahaina has excellent shopping in a central area famous for its galleries. The tender landing is near to a beach with plenty of beach shops and great restaurants serving up HawaiianContinue reading “Visiting The Laid Back Port Of Lahaina Maui”
116 miles of Mediterranean coast in western Israel stretchs from Lebanon in the north to Gaza in the south. The two major ports of call for cruise ships are Ashdod just north of Gaza and Haifa another 70 miles north.
Ft. Lauderdale is a popular South Florida tourist destination as well as a major cruise departure port that has much to offer. As a cruise departure port it has the unique advantage of being located within two miles of its international airport. As a tropical vacation city it boasts some of the best beaches inContinue reading “More Than a Port of Call – Ft. Lauderdale”
One of Australia’s early colonies, Adelaide is two cities, the central city and the old Port of Adelaide. It features great public transportation and a number of sights to visit on your port of call visit.
What to expect on your port days in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the heart of the Caribbean. Where your ship docks, getting around, historic forts, Spanish colonial architecture, food and culture.
Modern, historic and fascinating port of call Đà Nẵng is the the fastest growing most progressive city in Vietnam. Surrounded by historic towns and great beaches.
Dominating the passageway from the Atlantic into the Mediterranean the Rock of Gibraltar effectively controls the Straights of Gibraltar and is a British possession. This port of call offers a number of unique experiences for the cruise passenger.
The island of Malta is blessed with the one of the Mediterranean’s largest natural harbors in the capital city of Valletta. The port is ringed by a number of massive fortifications with some dating back to the eleventh century Links To Additional Information