I was born and raised in Houston Texas and Galveston has some of the most beautiful buildings I've ever seen. There is a lot of history in Galveston. If you go down the Sea Wall and look to the right near some fancy Hotels, you can see the artillery bunkers where their barrels were aimed at the Gulf protecting us from Germany.
Visited: Apr 02, 2016
Cruise terminal of Houston is a bit far and transportation from/to airports are expensive. but the city and highways are great.
Visited: Feb 27, 2016
Facility is nice. Shame Princess is leaving Texas.
Visited: Dec 13, 2015
Cruising from Houston is very convenient.
Visited: Jan 24, 2016
Port of Houston is really good...easy on and off. Great parking with no need to shuttle from car to ship.
Visited: Dec 19, 2015
I'm a local resident so probably don't appreciate the area the same as a visitor. The real drawback to the Bayport Cruise Port is that it is in the middle of nowhere. No hotels, restaurants, etc. etc. My understanding is that it will be closing at the end of this spring.
Visited: Feb 06, 2016
The port is not really in Houston, but I liked the closer proximity than Galveston. I'm sad Norwegian won't be sailing out of there anymore.
Visited: Mar 05, 2016
Got a free trip to Kemah while waiting for the ship to be ready for us.
Visited: Jan 11, 2014
Plan for cooler weather the first few days
Visited: Mar 20, 2016
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