Choosing your first cruise can be a bit daunting. Luckily some of the myths that surround cruising are easily debunked. Here we offer plenty of tips and advice to help turn your first time cruise into the first of many.
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The Christmas machine seems to crank itself into life earlier and earlier each year. The shops are bedecked with tinsel before the leaves fall from the trees and the whole ‘what are you doing for Christmas’ question starts to get stressful until, inevitably, the hype threatens to ruin the big day by loading it with way too much expectation.
So, wouldn’t it be nice if you could discover a Christmas that took on all your expectations and made a point of exceeding them? Just imagine a Christmas where someone else shouldered all the responsibility and delivered a Christmas holiday that was magical, exciting and relaxing all at the same time. If that sounds appealing, then maybe a Christmas getaway with MSC Cruises is just what your Christmas has been crying out for!
In 2019 brand new cruise ship tonnage will approach a staggering one and a half million - with a colossal 25% of that new tonnage going to MSC Cruises. Therefore, the launch of MSC Grandiosa puts the seal on a bumper year for MSC Cruises, with the new flagship all set to enter service in November.
UK cruisers have already had their appetite’s whetted following the christening of MSC Bellissima in Southampton in March and, when you consider that in the previous year UK passengers took a staggering 2 million cruises, it seems that the future is bright for MSC Grandiosa and her sisters.
There are myriad things to do in Rome but, if you're visiting Italy's capital by sea then, chances are, your gateway to the Eternal City will be the port of Civitavecchia, where there is plenty to whet your appetite before you think of heading south east to Rome itself.