Costa’s origins go back to 19th-century Genoa, where the company is still based. Though the ships’ food is not as exquisite as in the old days, authentic Italian fare includes charcuterie, thin-crust pizza, and al dente pasta. On non-Caribbean sailings, the majority of Costa passengers are European; the rest are a mix of Asians, South Americans, Russians, and North Americans. Families from all over the world appreciate the well-designed kids’ areas and the frequent children-sail-free promotions.
Budget cruisers and partiers of all ages. Families will appreciate the kids’ areas, and Costa's children-sail-free promotions make bringing the whole gang more affordable.
Solitude seekers or those who like the familiarity of cruising with fellow Americans. Also, since bars on Costa cruise ships have designated smoking areas, hard-core non-smokers should avoid these ships.
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