Celebrity Cruises’ Europe Cruisetours offer something for every traveler. From ancient cathedrals to classic works of art the historic grandeur is undeniable. Shoppers will rejoice in the Mediterranean streets, where you can find the finest European garb and trinkets. Culinary enthusiasts will relish in the unbelievable dining options—from coastal shacks to fine 5-star restaurants. Spend that extra time before or after your cruise in any way you’d like, whether it’s exploring a small town in Italy or pairing wines in Bordeaux. You can do it all when you extend your vacation and choose a Celebrity Cruises Europe Cruisetour for your next vacation.
Things to Do on an Europe Cruisetour with Celebrity Cruises
See and do more on your European vacation with a Celebrity Cruises Europe Cruisetour. You’ll have the added benefit of a pre- or post-cruise land tour to experience even more of the Old World, including tours in Northern Europe, the Baltics, Western Europe and the Mediterranean regions. Featured below are a few of the best ways to spend your time on a Celebrity Cruises Europe Cruisetour:
Taste of Florence (Florence, Italy)
See, shop and taste your way through the best of Florence, Italy. Highlights from this city tour include the Florence Cathedral in the Piazza del Duomo, the L-shaped Piazza della Signoria and the Basilica of Santa Croce. Afterwards, try some local fare and explore Florence’s shopping districts.
Alesund Highlights (Alesund, Norway)
Explore the most treasured parts of Alesund with this in-depth excursion. You’ll see the impressive architecture of Art Nouveau Town, ride through an important fishing harbor and discover Norway’s nautical history at the outdoor Sunnmore Museum. This tour culminates in a stop at the Mount Aksla lookout for panoramic views of the city.
St. Petersburg Tour (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Marvel at the ornate beauty of St. Petersburg’s most popular sites, including Catherine’s Palace (summer home of Russia’s czars), St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the crimson Rostral Columns – especially impressive when lit up during major holidays. Of course, no trip to St. Petersburg is complete without a tour of the Hermitage Museum’s treasures or a trip to the colorful Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood.
Athens and Cape Sounion (Athens, Greece)
Tour the scenic landscapes of Athens on your way towards two of the world’s most recognized ancient sites, the Acropolis and the Temple of Poseidon. The Acropolis is home to the Parthenon, which was built in dedication to the Greek goddess Athena. After touring the Parthenon, head to Cape Sounion to catch the sunset from the ruins of the Temple of Poseidon.
Berlin From All Sides (Berlin, Germany)
This European excursion features two parts; the first is a coach tour through the heart of Germany’s capital to the restored Gendarmenmarkt square, Brandenburg Gate and massive Charlottenburg Palace. The second part is a riverboat cruise along the Spree River past the Berlin Cathedral, the five museums of Museum Island and more.
Mediterranean Snorkel (Ajaccio, Corsica, France)
Take a break from Europe’s historic cities and enjoy a snorkeling adventure in Ajaccio. You’ll take a soothing boat ride past striking cliffs and postcard-ready beaches to a protected cove. After dropping anchor, you’ll have an unforgettable hour of snorkeling amongst living coral and colorful fish.