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When it comes to MSC Cruises, Mediterranean cruises are their specialty. With European-style service, extensive knowledge of the area and attractions within, and regional touches that will bring a smile to your face, these vacation options are a true delight. Explore a region featuring castles, palaces, and quaint towns. Go on a culinary adventure in search of the finest fare—feasting upon seafood in Italy or puffy pastries in France. Enrich yourself with a salsa dancing lesson from a real ‘bailador’ or bask in the architectural excellence of Rome. Sail with the best on a MSC Cruises Mediterranean cruise.
The Mediterranean is one of the most creative and inspiring regions in the world. On an MSC Cruises sailing to the Mediterranean you can visit pyramids in Egypt, taste wine in Barcelona and learn about Greek gods in Athens.
Learn more about each of the possible departure ports for a Mediterranean cruise with MSC Cruises. Your MSC Cruises Mediterranean cruise could leave from any of the following cities:
A beautiful spot along the Adriatic Sea, Ancona offers cruisers an interesting take on Italian history, especially given its history as a Papal State.
Discover imaginative architecture, impressive Spanish dishes and beautiful excursions into nature when you cruise to Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia.
Cruise to Bari and explore this extraordinary city in the South of Italy. Highlights include its interesting history and friendly people, who are always ready to show you their way of life.
This ancient city is sure to charm with its immaculate architecture, tranquil harbor and coastline, delicious cuisine as well as its Greek-Italian feel.
As the second largest island in the Mediterranean, this island offers wonderful blue lagoons, ancient buildings, white sand beaches and rich culture.
A cruise to Civitavecchia is a chance for you to hop a quick train to Rome and explore the enormous history through ruins, galleries and The Vatican museums.
Cruise to the historical port city of Genoa for a laid back walk through history in the city’s well-preserved streets, and be sure to try the local foods like pesto and focaccia bread.
Start your own artistic renaissance on a cruise to La Spezia, part of the beautiful coastal landscape of Northern Italy near Tuscany, Florence, Pisa and Livorno.
As a port city on the western coast of a country known for its magnificent art, the cruise port of Livorno, Italy is a great starting point to exploring the phenomenal paintings and sculptures found in Italy.
Marseilles, France’s second most popular city, offers cruisers a vast landscape to discover the area’s ancient history and relish the more modern lifestyle of the French living off the coast of the Mediterranean.
Enjoy Messina, the gateway to Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean with a proud heritage and world renowned food.
Prepare your appetite if you plan to visit Naples, for it is home to many of Italy’s most famous culinary traditions. Naples is more than just great food, so make time to visit the beautiful cathedrals and enriching museums.
Explore the varied history and culture of Palermo, Sicily’s capital city. Cruisers to Palermo enjoy the diverse history, culture and art of the city that has at one point or another been under control of the Greeks, Romans, Spanish and Muslims.
The island of Mallorca can boast of an impressive port city where the old and new worlds dwell in perfect harmony.
Located on the Mediterranean Sea, Valencia is a city in Spain that attracts a lot of visitors to uncover the city’s past and revel in its modern achievements, most notably The City of Arts and Sciences.
Experience the serene, romantic splendor of Venice, but don’t forget to check out its wonderful museums and neighborhoods located off the Grand Canal.
View our photo gallery of Mediterranean cruising photos from MSC Cruises. Remember, this is only a taste of the experiences waiting for you on a MSC Cruises Mediterranean cruise vacation.
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