Carnival Freedom Cruise Review to Europe - Mediterranean

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3 out of 5

Carnival Freedom

Sail Date: April 07, 2007

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Room Type: Balcony

Small public areas and lots of road blocks when trying to get to a specific area such as on the Lido deck.

Pros: New Ship, beautiful cabins and comfortable beds.

Cons: Unable to walk around the ship on outside decks. Small and crowded public areas and very few public restrooms.

Recommends Carnival Freedom? No.

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Izmir, Turkey
Katakolon (Olympia), Greece
The prepaid lunch was skipped because we did not like the seating arrangement.
Rhodes, Greece
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
Rome is wonderful but typical noisy tourist city. Sistine Chapel is overrated. sistine Rome is a noisy,crowded, tourist city but worth the visit to see the sites, The Sistine Chapel is overcrowded and the lighting is poor.
Don't Miss: St Peter's Square and Basilica.
Istanbul, Turkey
Shopping bargains are not to be found here unless you want a high dollar carpet or expensive jewery.
Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Livorno (Florence & Pisa), Italy
A must see in your lifetime, Florence and the Uffizi Museum, the paintings are truly magnifico and awe inspiring. We plan to visit Florence again.
Don't Miss: Uffizi Museum


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