Princess Cruises is offering a unique opportunity for travelers to explore Europe's historic cities and landmarks on its newest ship - Sun Princess.
With 162 departures on 85 unique itineraries covering 130 destinations across 34 countries, guests can embark on an effortless journey through the Mediterranean, Iceland, British Isles, and Scandinavia.
Sun Princess ship's Europe 2024 season (February to December) is based on the 10-day "Grand Mediterranean" and Western Grand Mediterranean voyages (departing from homeports Barcelona or Civitavecchia-Rome) and 7-day "Mediterranean" voyages (departing from Civitavecchia, Barcelona or Piraeus-Athens).
The Island Princess ship joins Sun Princess for 10-day Mediterranean voyages combinable into 20-day B2Bs/back-to-backs, including 10-day Holy Land voyages to the Eastern Mediterranean visiting Israel.
The Regal Princess ship operates 12-day "British Isles" voyages out of Southampton-London. The Sky Princess ship is also homeported in Southampton-London, for various 5- to 31-day itineraries visiting Iceland and Norway, Spain's Canary Islands. A 31-day Transatlantic crossing visits Canada and New England USA.
The Caribbean Princess ship is deployed in Northern Europe and homeported in London. The ex-UK itineraries include Norway's Arctic Circle (Search for Northern Lights Voyage), as well as a 16-day Iceland and Greenland. Caribbean Princess and Sky Princess will also spend the Summer Solstice at the top of the world on 14- or 16-day "Land of the Midnight Sun" and "Summer Solstice" itineraries.
Princess Cruises' all five European liners in spring and fall offer Transatlantic voyages (RepositionCruises.com) between Europe and the USA - Port Everglades/Fort Lauderdale (Florida), Galveston (Texas), or NYC (New York) and Barcelona, London, or Civitavechia-Rome.
A total of four cruisetours (cruise+land packages) offer more "shore time" for visiting popular tourist sites with expert guides, hotel stays, and traditional regional cuisine. These cruisetours are titled "Highlights of Spain", "Classic Italy", "Ring of Kerry", and "Best of Greece".