Carnival Cruise Line will be expanding its European cruise offerings in 2024, as it has opened reservations for 17 voyages aboard Carnival Legend.
The ship’s Europe schedule will begin with a 12-day transatlantic cruise from Baltimore on April 15, 2024. The sailing will include visits to Ponta Delgada, Azores; Malaga, Spain; and Valencia, Spain.
In Europe, Carnival Legend will sail from three homeports: Barcelona, Civitavecchia (Rome), and Dover (London). Itineraries include:
- Eight-day Mediterranean from Barcelona on May 30th: Malta, Sicily, Naples, Civitavecchia, Livorno, and Provence
- Nine-day western Europe from Barcelona on June 7th: Malaga, Cadiz, La Coruña, Lisbon, Porto, and Le Havre (Paris)
- Nine-day British Isles from Dover on June 28th: Holyhead, Glasgow, Belfast, Liverpool, Dublin, and Cork
- 12-day Iceland from Dover on July 7th: Dublin, Belfast, Reykjavik, Grundarfjordur, Akureyri, Seydisfjordur, and Invergordon
- 10-day Greek Isles from Civitavecchia on August 27th: Mykonos, Kusadasi (Ephesus), Santorini, Athens, Katakolon (Olympia), Sicily, and Naples
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Carnival Legend will sail Europe throughout the summer season and into the fall, deparing Civitavecchia on October 26th and visiting Cartagena, Madeira, and Ponta Delgada before crossing the Atlantic and stopping in Nassau before arriving in its new homeport of Tampa.
The 2,200-guest Carnival Legend features many signature venues that Carnival guests know and love, including RedFrog Rum Bar, BlueIguana Cantina, WaterWorks aqua park, Guy’s Burger Joint, and The Punchliner Comedy Club.
Additionally, Carnival Glory will operate a 14-day transatlantic voyage on April 18, 2024 that features destinations including Valencia and Las Palmas (Canary Islands) before arriving in Port Canaveral.
This year, Carnival Pride will operate over a dozen voyages in Europe from May through October. The 2023 season will include departures from Dover and Barcelona.
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