Celebrity Cruises has most all of Europe covered with their fleet of cruise ships. In 2019, the line will have five ships, including Celebrity Edge, sailing in the region. The line will be calling in three new-to-them ports, too: Nauplion, Greece; Rijeka, Croatia; and Santa Margherita, Italy.
Celebrity Edge will be taking guests to beautiful places in the Mediterranean with a range of 7-11 night sailings from cities like Barcelona and Rome in 2019. The itineraries will also feature two of the new ports of call: Nauplion and Santa Margherita.
In addition to Edge, the brand will also occupy the region with four of their other vessels: Celebrity Infinity, Constellation, Reflection, and Silhouette.
In 2019, Infinity will return to Europe for the first time since 2014, offering 7-12 night voyages with visits to ports in Italy, Malta, Greece, and Croatia. With alternating seven-night sailings from Venice to Rome and Rome to Venice, the ship will offer guests the flexibility to create even longer vacations by booking those itineraries back-to-back for a 14-night tour. The combined sailings have no repeat stops and include an overnight in Venice.
Celebrity Constellation will also be returning to Europe in 2019 with new itineraries, including visits to a brand new port of call – Rijeka, Croatia. Travelers can choose from a variety of 9 and 10-night itineraries sailing from Venice, Barcelona, and Rome. The alternating sailings offer guests the chance to book 9 and 10-night voyages back-to-back, creating extraordinary journeys across Europe.
For the 2019 season, Reflection will call Dublin and Amsterdam home, and offer a wide range of European itineraries, with 8-12 night sailings across northern Europe, from the British Isles to Scandinavia, Russia, and Iceland.
Guests will visit iconic ports across the region, like Reykjavik, Iceland; Lerwick, Scotland; Belfast, Ireland; the Norwegian Fjords; St. Petersburg, Russia; and many more, including overnight stays in Dublin.
Celebrity Silhouette returns to Southampton in 2019 to offer a variety of 3-14 night sailings to Scandinavia, Russia, the Norwegian Fjords, Ireland, and Iceland. Travelers will enjoy overnight stays in St. Petersburg, Russia, where they can enjoy the Russian Ballet, the Hermitage, famous palaces of Russian nobility, and more.
Other exciting cities along the ship’s Scandinavian season include Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Stockholm, and Tallinn. The ship will also sail to Ireland and Iceland for 12 and 14-night sailings.
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