Celebrity Equinox Cruise Review to Europe - Mediterranean

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4-6 cruises


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3 out of 5

a very special cruise

Sail Date: June 06, 2011

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

Ship was fabulous

Pros: We enjoyed the ship and the prot of call

Cons: The fact that the tours were tied into stores; i.e. rugs, winery, jewelry. The food on the ship was plentiful, but the quality was at best ordinary.

Recommends Celebrity Equinox? Yes!

Food and Dining
Ship Quality
Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
The shows in the Equinox theater often conflisted the the dining times.
Istanbul, Turkey
The sites were wonderful. Tour went in circles and repeated same travel areas. Driving was slow and wearisome. Areas overcrowded Would have liked to skip the rug nonsense and had more time at the Grand Bazaar
Don't Miss: Topkapi, Blue Mosque, Mosque of Sofia.
Naples, Italy
Should have had buses to go up to Capri; or avoided Capri completelyPompei is fime but too much ruins for one trip. Never got to see any of Napoli. Tour was very poorly arranged and a lot of time was wasted.
Santorini, Greece
Waste of time; disliked going to the winery.
Mykonos, Greece
Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey
Don't Miss: Ephesus
Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Was very very crowded; too many ships in port at once. We saw nothing but the Acropolis; the crowds were horrible
Don't Miss: Acropolis

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