MSC Cruises' Magnifica ship offers 7-night cruises to the Northern Pearls

   October 4, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

After the success of its Northern European season during the summer and due to ongoing demand from passengers to sail in the region, MSC Cruises announced the introduction of a Northern European/Baltic itinerary for winter 2021-2022 – MSC's ever-first winter program in this region.

Starting November 14, 2021, MSC Magnifica will sail on 7-night voyages visiting 5 of the most popular port cities in Europe.

The cruise ship will call at Hamburg (Germany), Southampton-London (England UK), Le Havre-Paris (France), Zeebrugge-Bruges-Brussels (Belgium) and IJmuiden-Amsterdam (Netherlands). With extended port stays of up to 12 hours, passengers can make the most of their time ashore. Embarkation is possible in each port, ensuring there are plenty of convenient connections close for travelers.

MSC Magnifica cruise ship

Winter is one of the best times of the year to see Northern Europe as the cities are not as busy, the holiday season brings festive decorations, Christmas markets are creating a magical atmosphere and the landscapes turn into winter wonderlands. It is also a unique opportunity to visit some of the European capitals all in one trip.

Bookings open on Wednesday, October 6.

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