Get The Most Out Of Asia Within Budget

Have you been curious about taking a trip to Asia but nervous about where to go and how much you’ll end up spending? For those travellers who enjoy holidays that have a bit of everything – exotic food and drink, bustling cities and inspiring landscapes – a cruise to Asia might be the ticket.

People tend to worry that far flung locations like Japan, China and Thailand will come with a high price tag to match the rich experiences they’re looking for. Fortunately, we can dispel that myth as not only can you find cruise packages to suit every budget, we’ve also put together a quick guide of how you can …

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Things to do in Turkish Cruise Ports


Antalya is an incredible city, with so much to see and do. To get from the port to the city takes around 25 minutes by car. If you want to make the most of your time there it might be worth taking a taxi. Start with a visit to the historical city centre – Kaleiçi. The narrow, cobbled streets and beautifully preserved buildings are full of character and make for a pleasant place to explore as you’re greeted by the friendly locals.

If historical sites are of particular interest to you, then made Hadrian’s Gate one of your stops whilst in the city. It’s said that the Queen of Sheba once …

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Things to do in Greece Cruise Ports


Rhodes is the largest and also perhaps the most popular of the Dodecanese islands. It’s a much-loved destination due to its abundance of beautiful beaches, diverse architecture and combination of traditional and contemporary culture.

Throughout Rhodes you can find many medieval structures, however one of the most well-preserved is the Palace of the Grand Master of Knights of Rhodes. The Palace was built in the 14th century, however a gunpowder explosion in 1856 destroyed much of the building. It was restored by the Italians in a rather grand manner between 1937 and 1940 and soon became a holiday home for the King of Italy and Bunito Mussolini. If you visit the …

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Things To Do in Spanish Cruise Ports


Incredible architecture and design awaits you in Barcelona. As you wander around the city, admire the work of Spanish Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí – the best-known practitioner of Catalan Modernism. Gaudi’s most famous building – the Sagrada Familia really is a sight to behold! It’s been under construction for 130 years and it’s estimated it won’t be completed until 2026. If you’ve worked up an appetite after visiting the Sagrada Familia you’ll be pleased to know the tapas bar Tossa (voted in the Guardian’s top 10 Barcelona tapas bars) is nearby and where better to have tapas than Barcelona?

If you’re interested in exploring more of the great outdoors, take …

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MSC Cruise Line Ocean Cay Port

New MSC Cruise Line’s Ocean Cay Resort Open for 2018

Ocean Cay, the one-of-a-kind beach resort and marine reserve is set to open in October 2018.


Lots of exciting times lie ahead for MSC Cruise Line, not only do they have several new ships on order including the MSC Meraviglia and the MSC Seaside, but they are also launching their second exclusive destination the Ocean Cay Marine Reserve in the Bahamas.

The Ocean Cay Marine Reserve will have its official opening ceremony on October 6th, when the Prime Minister of the Bahamas will also be in attendance.

MSC Ocean Cay Marine Reserve Cruise Port
Pierfrancesco Vago, Executive Chairman of MSC Cruises, commented: “As we sat out to …

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Crystal Cruises Northwestern Passage

Crystal Cruises Makes History with Northwest Passage Itinerary

Crystal Cruises is the first-ever luxury cruise line to make the awe-inspiring journey.


In an industry first and extraordinarily rare endeavour, Crystal Serenity today embarks on a 32-night journey through the Northwest Passage, the Arctic region north of Canada that was unattainable until just 100 years ago. Following more than three years of planning and preparation, Crystal’s award-winning vessel welcomed nearly 1,000 intrepid guests aboard in Seward, Alaska, embarking on what promises to be an experience punctuated with rare wildlife encounters; insightful visits to remote communities; rugged treks on land and icy waters; and immersive onboard enrichment from some of the world’s top expedition experts.

Polar bears can …

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