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Setting out on a European cruise is like diving into the pages of a history book, where legendary cities, scenic coastlines, and diverse cultures come to life. From the sun-soaked Mediterranean beaches to the mystical landscapes of the Nordic regions, a European cruise offers a unique blend of leisure and learning. Imagine strolling through ancient ruins, marveling at Renaissance art, and indulging in every country's culinary delights. Each port is a new chapter of a rich historical narrative, and the journey between them is filled with modern onboard luxuries, making every moment of a European cruise an unforgettable story waiting to be told. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Europe - All cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.
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MSC SeasideEurope - WesternValenciaValencia7 NightsCivitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Genoa (Portofino), Italy | Ibiza (Baleari Is.), Spain | Marseille (Provence), France | Palermo (Monreale), Italy | Valencia, Spain$1,039
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MSC SinfoniaEuropeAthens (Piraeus)Athens (Piraeus)7 NightsBrindisi (Lecce), Italy | Mykonos, Greece | Piraeus (Athens), Greece | Split, Croatia | Venice, Italy$879
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Royal CaribbeanJewel of the SeasArcticAmsterdamAmsterdam12 NightsAlesund - Norway | Amsterdam - Netherlands | Flam - Norway | Geiranger - Norway | Honningsvag - Norway | Kristiansand - Norway | Stavanger - Norway | Tromso - Norway$1,707
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MSC SplendidaMediterraneanTriesteTrieste9 NightsBari, Italy | Corfu, Greece | Istanbul, Turkey | Katakolon (Olympia), Greece | Kusadasi, Turkey | Piraeus (Athens), Greece | Trieste, Italy$1,579
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Itinerary Map/Ship ImageHurtigrutenMS Richard WithEuropeBergenBergen11 NightsÅlesund, Norway | Båtsfjord, Norway | Bergen, Norway | Berlevåg, Norway | Bodø, Norway | Brønnøysund, Norway | Finnsnes, Norway | Florø, Norway | Hammerfest, Norway | Harstad, Norway | Havøysund, Norway | Honningsvåg, Norway | Kirkenes, Norway | Kjøllefjord, Norway | Kristiansund, Norway | Maløy, Norway | Mehamn, Norway | Molde, Norway | Nesna, Norway | Risøyhamn, Norway | Rørvik, Norway | Sandnessjøen, Norway | Skjervøy, Norway | Sortland, Norway | Stamsund, Norway | Stokmarknes, Norway | Svolvær, Norway | Torvik, Norway | Tromsø, Norway | Trondheim, Norway | Vadsø, Norway | Vardø, Norway | Øksfjord, Norway | Ørnes, Norway$3,957
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Azamara OnwardEuropeVeniceBarcelona10 NightsBARCELONA | DUBROVNIK | KOPER | KOTOR, MONTENEGRO | MONTE CARLO | SORRENTO/CAPRI | VENICE | ZADAR$3,646
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Costa FascinosaEuropeSavonaSavona3 NightsBarcelona, Spain | Marseille, France | Savona, Italy$377
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MSC SplendidaUSATriesteBari8 NightsBari, Italy | Corfu, Greece | Istanbul, Turkey | Katakolon (Olympia), Greece | Kusadasi, Turkey | Piraeus (Athens), Greece | Trieste, Italy$969
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MSC SplendidaUSATriesteIstanbul5 NightsIstanbul, Turkey | Katakolon (Olympia), Greece | Kusadasi, Turkey | Piraeus (Athens), Greece | Trieste, Italy$629
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Itinerary Map/Ship ImageHurtigrutenMS Richard WithEuropeBergenKirkenes6 NightsÅlesund, Norway | Båtsfjord, Norway | Bergen, Norway | Berlevåg, Norway | Bodø, Norway | Brønnøysund, Norway | Finnsnes, Norway | Florø, Norway | Hammerfest, Norway | Harstad, Norway | Havøysund, Norway | Honningsvåg, Norway | Kirkenes, Norway | Kjøllefjord, Norway | Kristiansund, Norway | Maløy, Norway | Mehamn, Norway | Molde, Norway | Nesna, Norway | Risøyhamn, Norway | Rørvik, Norway | Sandnessjøen, Norway | Skjervøy, Norway | Sortland, Norway | Stamsund, Norway | Stokmarknes, Norway | Svolvær, Norway | Torvik, Norway | Tromsø, Norway | Trondheim, Norway | Vadsø, Norway | Vardø, Norway | Øksfjord, Norway | Ørnes, Norway$2,816
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WindstarStar PrideEurope - NorthernAmsterdamEdinburgh11 NightsAmsterdam | Belfast | Dun Laoghaire (Dublin) | Edinburgh | Holyhead | Oban | Ullapool | Zeebrugge$2,999
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MSC FantasiaEuropeMarseilleMarseille7 NightsCivitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Genoa (Portofino), Italy | Livorno (Florence), Italy | Marseille (Provence), France | Tarragona, Spain | Valencia, Spain$999
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75 reviews
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MSC DivinaGreek IslesNaplesNaples7 NightsCivitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Izmir, Turkey | Mykonos, Greece | Naples (Pompeii), Italy | Santorini, Greece$1,069
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MSC MusicaEuropeBarcelonaBarcelona7 NightsBarcelona, Spain | Cagliari (Sardinia), Italy | Cannes (Cte d Azur), France | Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Genoa (Portofino), Italy | Ibiza (Baleari Is.), Spain$799
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Itinerary Map/Ship ImageHurtigrutenMS NordstjernenArcticLongyearbyenLongyearbyen4 NightsLongyearbyen, Norway$2,467
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Costa SmeraldaEuropeCivitavecchiaCivitavecchia7 NightsBarcelona, Spain | Cagliari, Italy | Civitavecchia, Italy | Genoa, Italy | Marseille, France | Naples, Italy$889
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Costa PacificaEuropePalma De MallorcaPalma De Mallorca7 NightsCivitavecchia, Italy | Marseille, France | Olbia, Italy | Palma De Mallorca, Spain | Savona, Italy | Valencia, Spain$994
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Itinerary Map/Ship ImageCosta ToscanaMediterraneanPalermoPalermo7 NightsBarcelona, Spain | Civitavecchia, Italy | Ibiza, Spain | Marseille, France | Palermo, Italy | Savona, Italy$898
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Viking VenusEuropeBergenGreenwich14 NightsBergen, Norway | Edinburgh (newhaven Harbour), England | Geiranger, Norway | Honningsvag, Norway | Lofoten (leknes), Norway | London (greenwich), England | Orkney Islands (kirkwall), England | Shetland Islands (lerwick), England | Tromso, Norway$6,599
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MSC SeaviewEurope - WesternPalma De MallorcaPalma De Mallorca7 NightsBarcelona, Spain | Cannes (C�te d Azur), France | Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Genoa (Portofino), Italy | La Spezia (Cinque Terre), Italy | Palma de Mallorca (Baleari Is.), Spain$979
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Europe - All Cruises Highlights

  • Barcelona, Spain: Docking in Barcelona brings you face-to-face with eclectic art, Gothic architecture, and vibrant street life. Just a short walk from the port, you can bask in the sun on Barceloneta Beach, marvel at Gaudi's masterpieces, and indulge in tapas as you stroll down La Rambla.
  • Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy: Civitavecchia serves as your stepping stone to the Eternal City of Rome. A hub of globally significant art, architecture, and gastronomy, Rome's treasures like the Vatican City, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain are accessible via a short train journey.
  • Piraeus (Athens), Greece: The port of Piraeus is your corridor to the cradle of Western civilization. Whether it's standing atop the Acropolis, stepping back in time at the Parthenon, or people-watching at a cozy café in Plaka, Athens guarantees a rich cultural immersion.
  • Southampton, United Kingdom: Southampton, a maritime gateway, is steeped in history and just a stone's throw from the global metropolis of London. With an array of museums, galleries, and the spellbinding Stonehenge nearby, it's a perfect preamble to Europe's diverse cultural landscape.
  • The Colosseum (Rome, Italy): Standing testament to the grandeur of ancient Rome, the Colosseum, a monumental amphitheater, recounts tales of gladiators and spectacles. Its historical significance and architectural prowess continue to mesmerize visitors.
  • Eiffel Tower (Paris, France): No visit to Europe feels complete without witnessing the iconic Eiffel Tower. Whether admiring it from afar or standing atop, the panoramic view of Paris from this symbol of love is nothing short of breathtaking.
  • Acropolis (Athens, Greece): Perched high above the city of Athens, the Acropolis and its ancient structures, including the famed Parthenon, represent the zenith of classical Greek culture and architecture, offering insight into civilization's distant past.
  • Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain): Gaudi's masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia, is a sight to behold with its intricate facades and spiraling towers. This monumental church embodies the heart of Barcelona's artistic and cultural heritage.
  • Anne Frank House (Amsterdam, Netherlands): Offering a poignant journey through history, the Anne Frank House allows visitors to step behind the bookcase and explore the secret annex where Anne Frank wrote her diary during World War II.
  • Buckingham Palace (London, United Kingdom): Experience the pomp and circumstance of the British monarchy with the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace, a vivid cultural tradition set against a backdrop of historical grandeur.

Europe - All Cruises Travel Tips

  • While many countries throughout Europe accept the Euro, some countries do have their own form of currency. Double-check what forms of currency you'll need according to the destinations on your itinerary.
  • In the same vein, many European countries speak English, but it might be helpful to brush up on a few phrases in languages like Spanish, French, German, or Italian, depending on where your cruise takes you.
  • Much of Europe still maintains cobblestone streets, especially if you're visiting historical sites. Be sure to wear comfortable and supportive shoes.
  • If you dine at a restaurant instead of on your cruise ship, keep a few basic pieces of etiquette in mind. Restaurants will often include gratuity in the price of your meal, so you don't need to leave an extra tip. You'll also need to ask for your check directly, as your waiter won't simply drop it off for you when they think you're done eating.
  • Many tourist attractions will be just a short trip away from your port, and you may be able to schedule an excursion with your cruise line. If not, you can take a short walk, bus ride, or train ride to get just about anywhere. 

Europe - All Cruises Things To Do

  • Copenhagen, Denmark
    Copenhagen, Denmark

    For a true taste of Danish culture, Copenhagen is a unique and authentic destination. You may be interested in the iconic Tivoli Gardens amusement park, or you can experience the home of the Danish Parliament inside Christiansborg Palace. Everywhere you turn, you'll see colorful houses, welcoming locals, and the unmistakable Little Mermaid statue.   

    Best Time To Visit

    For the best combination of suitable weather and affordable prices, it's recommended to visit Copenhagen from March to May or from June to August.  

     

    You Should Know

    If you have a full day to explore Copenhagen, rent a bike! It's an affordable and eco-friendly way to get around that will help you blend in with the locals. You can often book a free walking tour of the city if your cruise line doesn't have an excursion set up. The water in Copenhagen is extremely safe and clean, so you can fill up a reusable water bottle instead of paying for a new one.
  • Rome, Italy
    Rome, Italy

    Rome has a little something for everyone, making it the ideal destination on your cruise. Take a tour through the historic Colosseum or toss a coin in the Trevi Fountain for a wish come true. Explore the beauty of Vatican City while you're in town, too!  

    Best Time To Visit

    Rome is best in the shoulder seasons. In spring, May is the best month, and for the fall, September and October are suitable.  

     

    You Should Know

    Your cruise will likely port in the nearby city of Civitavecchia, but almost all cruises will transport you into Rome. Italy mostly operates on cash, so be sure you have plenty with you and don't have to rely on your credit card. If you want to sample some Italian coffee, don't commit the faux pas of ordering a cappuccino after noon. This is considered strictly a breakfast beverage.
  • Athens, Greece
    Athens, Greece

    Interested in history? A visit to Athens is a must-do. Both first-time visitors and those returning to Athens will enjoy sites like the Acropolis and the Parthenon. Dine on authentic Greek food, take a traditional dancing lesson, or simply wander the city and get lost in the culture.  

    Best Time To Visit

    Athens is most appealing from March through May and from September through November. Crowds are smaller, prices are cheaper, and the weather is cooler.   

     

    You Should Know

    ATMs are readily available throughout Athens. Even though many establishments will take credit cards these days, it's still nice to have some cash with you just in case. Don't be surprised to find Athenians smoking everywhere you go. Even indoor locations like restaurants and cafes usually see people smoking. Be aware of your belongings at all times, since pickpocketing is becoming more and more common.
  • Ibiza, Spain
    Ibiza, Spain

    Ibiza is one of the best representations of Mediterranean culture. There are plenty of gorgeous beaches for you to soak up the sun, as well as delicious traditional fish and meat dishes at the local restaurants. You can also find several historical sites like Dalt Vila and museums with stunning artwork.  

    Best Time To Visit

    Most visitors enjoy Ibiza in the summer months from late May through October. During this season, temperatures remain in the 70s and 80s Fahrenheit, perfect for outdoor activities.  

     

    You Should Know

    While Ibiza has a reputation as a party destination, it's actually much more nuanced than it might seem. There's an extensive history and vibrant culture to explore. There's really no standard "dress code" in Ibiza, so you'll see people in all kinds of clothes. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes for walking around. To explore the city, you can opt for a bus or taxi. There are no Ubers, but the taxi service does have its own app called Taxi Ibiza.
  • Marseille, France
    Marseille, France

    Marseille has received a designation as a European Capital of Culture, so you know you're in for a treat on your visit. You'll get to explore flavors of Tunisia and Morocco, as well as classic French dishes and experiences. You're just a short trip away from Provence if you have a longer stay in the area.   

    Best Time To Visit

    Peak tourist season in Marseille is from May through August, so to avoid the crowds, try to plan a visit from September to November.   You Should Know If you visit in August, some shops may be closed. Many establishments shut down for a few weeks to escape the heat. Uneven sidewalks and steep staircases call for sensible shoes. Don't miss a trip to Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica, also known as "La Bonne Mère" or "The Good Mother." You'll have 360-degree views of the city below.
  • Venice, Italy
    Venice, Italy

    Venice is one of Europe's most remarkable and unique cities, so if you have the chance, you should pay it a visit before it's gone! St. Mark's Square is a popular tourist spot that's well worth the visit. Be sure to take a gondola ride for the full experience.  

    Best Time To Visit

    September through November is considered a great time to travel to Venice. It's a bit cooler than in the summer, but there are much smaller crowds to handle.  

     

    You Should Know

    You'll have to navigate the city carefully, so don't bring a big bag with you. Wear comfortable shoes and expect to be getting in and out of boats quite often. Public toilets are incredibly clean, but they do cost a fee to use. To avoid the charge, grab something from a café, and use their toilet. Artisan workshops are the best places to find unique and affordable souvenirs.
  • Dubrovnik, Croatia
    Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Dubrovnik is arguably one of Europe's most underrated travel destinations, but it's completely worth exploring. The old city walls will look familiar to Game of Thrones fans, giving you a stunning view of the iconic terra cotta rooftops. Sample some fresh fish and award-winning wine for your lunch onshore.   

    Best Time To Visit

    As with many European cities, it's recommended to visit Dubrovnik in September and October. Crowds are smaller but water temperatures are still warm enough to take a dip if you choose.  

     

    You Should Know

    Dubrovnik has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. Dubrovnik is considered safer than many other European cities, so you don't have to be on edge about walking alone. If you choose to swim, you don't have to worry about sharks, but you may encounter sea anemone or sea urchins.
  • Barcelona, Spain
    Barcelona, Spain

    Barcelona is full of exciting attractions, but you can get a good feel for the city in just one day. The Museu Picasso houses some of the artist's most incredible pieces, and Park Güell is simply not to be missed. Take a stroll down La Rambla to witness everything from local shops to street performers.   

    Best Time To Visit

    May and June are considered the best months to visit Barcelona. There's not as much humidity as there is in the later summer months, and plenty of festivals are ongoing to provide some unique entertainment.  

     

    You Should Know

    Be sure to stop by the Sagrada Familia. This incredible basilica began construction in 1882 and remains unfinished to this day, though it is expected to be completed in 2026. The political situation in Barcelona is unstable, so be wary to discuss politics with the locals without a little research beforehand. Sangria is (perhaps surprisingly) not that popular in Spain, so you're better off ordering vermouth or cava.

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Quick Facts

Europe has four seasons so you can somewhat tell the weather you'll expierence based on the time of year you travel, but the weather in each country varies day by day. If you are visiting just one country the weather should not vary by much, but if you want to visit several countries during your trip, it's best to look up the weather of your destination before you arrive and pack an umbrella or a rain jacket. 

  • Getting There

    Setting off on a European cruise adventure is a journey in itself, bringing a sense of excitement from the very moment you start planning. Major European cities with port facilities, like Barcelona, Rome, and Southampton, serve as common departure points.

    These cities are well-connected to the world, welcoming international flights from across the globe. Upon arrival, travelers find seamless transfers from air to sea, with airports offering direct shuttles, taxis, and public transportation linking directly to the cruise terminals. The process is traveler-friendly, ensuring that your transition from the hustle and bustle of airports to the tranquility of your cruise ship is smooth, marking the start of a stress-free voyage through Europe's endless different cultures and landscapes.

  • The Perfect Time for a European Cruise

    Cruising through Europe offers a unique way to explore its diverse landscapes and rich cultures, and selecting the perfect time for your cruise can greatly enhance your experience. The summer months, from June to August, are a popular time for cruising in Europe. This season brings warmth and a bustling atmosphere, perfect for cruisers keen on soaking up the Mediterranean's sun-kissed beaches or experiencing the midnight sun in the Nordic regions. However, summer cruising also often means encountering crowded ports and higher prices.  

    For cruisers looking for a more relaxed vibe, the shoulder seasons of spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November) are ideal. Cruising in these months offers milder weather and fewer tourists, making it easier to explore at a leisurely pace. Spring cruising allows you to witness Europe's landscapes blooming into life, while autumn cruising offers the golden hues of fall foliage. These seasons provide a beautiful balance, enhancing your cruising experience with scenic beauty and comfortable conditions.  

    Winter cruising in Europe, though less conventional, offers its own magical charm. From November to March, cruisers can explore the enchanting Christmas markets in Germany, witness the snowy fjords of Norway, and enjoy the continent's grandeur with significantly fewer crowds. Winter cruising often comes with the added benefit of being more affordable, making it an attractive option for those seeking a more intimate and budget-friendly experience.  

    Regardless of when you choose to set sail, cruising through Europe promises a captivating journey. Each season offers a different perspective of the continent's diversity, ensuring that your European cruise is an unforgettable adventure.  

  • Why Book a Cruise to Europe?

    Imagine unpacking once and waking up in a new European city every day. That's the convenience a cruise offers! But there's more to it that makes cruising across Europe an unparalleled experience. First, it's the value for money - your accommodation, travel, and meals, all sorted without any hidden costs. You get to indulge in luxury without the hassle of constantly checking your budget.  

    The unique coastal views are a story in themselves - sunsets over the Mediterranean, the dramatic fjords of Norway, and the eclectic ports of Spain. Each day promises a new panorama, all from the comfort of your deck chair. And then there's the exclusive access. Some hidden gems in Europe are tough to reach by road or air. Cruises unlock secluded spots, private beaches, and exclusive shore excursions, enhancing your journey beyond the typical tourist trail.  

    Moreover, the ease of travel is unbeatable. Forget the nightmares of train schedules, airport security, and language barriers. On a cruise, Europe becomes more accessible, welcoming, and astonishingly hassle-free, leaving you with one job alone - soaking up every magnificent moment!

  • Immerse Yourself in European Culture

    A kaleidoscope of cultures, Europe offers a rich tapestry of traditions that date back centuries, and your cruise is like a golden ticket to this cultural bonanza. Every port of call is a new chapter of history, art, music, and festivals, allowing you to steep yourself in diverse lifestyles and customs.  

    From the flamenco dancers of Spain to the refined Renaissance art of Italy, there's no end to the cultural treasures that await. Join the locals in a spirited German folk festival, witness the grandeur of a Russian ballet, or roam through the ancient ruins that dot the coasts of the Mediterranean.  

    One of the joys of a European cruise is the festive atmosphere you'll find no matter when you travel. Whether it's the lively carnivals of the summer or the magical Christmas markets in winter, there's always a celebration to be part of.  

    So, step off the ship and into a world where old meets new, tradition meets innovation, and every country adds a unique thread to the European tapestry. It's more than just a journey; it's a deep dive into what makes Europe Europe.

  • Ready to Book Your European Cruise?

    There you have it, folks! Europe isn't just a destination; it's a vibrant journey through history, culture, and natural beauty. Each port brings a new adventure, a piece of art, a culinary delight, or a stunning landscape that's postcard-perfect. What stands out about a European cruise is the sheer ease of witnessing the tapestry of diverse nations, all in one trip without the hassle of multiple bookings, language barriers, or transportation woes.

    Imagine sipping a warm, aromatic coffee at a café in Paris one day and snapping a picture-perfect moment in front of the Colosseum in Rome the next. That's the beauty of a European cruise: diverse experiences brought together by the comfort and luxury of your cruise ship. 

    So, why wait any longer? This is your sign to start planning the trip of a lifetime. Indulge in the wonders of Europe, where every destination tells a different story. Get ready to create unforgettable memories and book your European cruise today. Adventure, culture, and relaxation await!

Europe - All Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Europe Ocean Cruise?

    Europe ocean cruises are incredibly popular, so you can find journeys as short as 4 days or as long as 2 weeks. These cruises will likely have a focus, so you can decide what section of Europe you'd like to explore. Some of the most common options include the Mediterranean, Norway and the Fjords, and Scandinavia. 

  • What’s Included on a Europe Ocean Cruise?

    Your European ocean cruise will include your meals, stateroom, and onboard entertainment options. Some cruise lines will also offer flight accommodations and port excursions with the price of your booking. 

  • What’s the Best Cruise for a Europe Ocean Cruise?

    Europe's ocean cruises can be found on almost any major cruise line. Popular options include Norwegian Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises, and Viking Ocean Cruises. To decide which Europe ocean cruise is right for you, determine what port cities you'd like to visit, what time of year you want to travel, how long you want to stay, and how much money you have to spend.

  • How Much Does a Europe Ocean Cruise Cost?

    Many all-inclusive Europe ocean cruises cost $1,000 to $1,500 per person for a 7- or 8-day cruise. If you select a longer cruise or an upgraded stateroom, your price will increase. Shorter cruises like 4-day options typically cost around $500 per person. Your rate will vary depending on the cruise line and length of the journey you select.

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