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As you sail on a Transatlantic cruise with Princess Cruises, you’ll truly cherish your time aboard and experience the incredible ports-of-call of the Atlantic along the way. Each day will bring new and exciting opportunities for your vacation, whether it be trekking ashore in the Caribbean for a snorkeling excursion or lounging in the hot tub by the ship pool. You may find yourself enjoying a historic city tour in Germany, or taking an onboard cooking class. New experiences, unique people, exciting cultures and more with a Princess Cruises Transatlantic cruise.
One of the most exciting things about a Transatlantic cruise with Princess Cruises is the magnificent variety of shore excursions you will find available on either end of your journey. That means one day of your cruise could be spent ashore in New York City, visiting the Statue of Liberty and the cornerstone of immigration, Ellis Island. On the other end of the sea, you could be headed to shore to search through a deep history and pay respect at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. Each day will be an adventure on your vacation!
Learn more about each of the possible departure ports for a Transatlantic cruise with Princess Cruises. Your Princess Cruises Transatlantic cruise could depart from any of the following cities:
Discover imaginative architecture, impressive Spanish dishes and beautiful excursions into nature when you cruise to Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia.
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.
Copenhagen is a delightful city with some of the world’s most interesting places, like the longest pedestrian street and one of the oldest amusement parks in the world.
With incredible weather, delicious fare and some stupendous attractions, you will find that Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades is one of the most attractive ports in the entire US.
In Northern France, explore Le Havre, a city with modern architecture and one of the most inspiring collections of Impressionist artwork.
The cruise port of Southampton features tons of diverse attractions that provide insight into England’s culture and storied past, including fortresses, gardens and national parks.
St. Petersburg, known as the cultural capital of Russia, has had a short history but packs a punch with its well preserved palaces and amazing art collections.
Experience the serene, romantic splendor of Venice, but don’t forget to check out its wonderful museums and neighborhoods located off the Grand Canal.
Warnemunde is a beautiful German town on the coast of the Baltic near the medieval city of Rostock, home to one of the world’s oldest universities.
Browse our photo gallery of Transatlantic cruising photos from Princess Cruises. Keep in mind, this is just a sample of the sights waiting for you on a Princess Cruises Transatlantic cruise vacation.
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