Costa Pacifica Cruise Review to Europe - Mediterranean

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4 out of 5

Costa Pacifica - Perfect!

Sail Date: January 19, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Room Type: Balcony

Fabulous cruise. Loved the rooms, the balcony, the music and the fact that our ship was environmentally conscious. Church services were available.
Food could've been a tad better, especially the soups and deserts. Pastas were great!

Pros: ports!..especially Israel! Egypt nice too, except for the riots. On board, the variety of music available, courteous staff, size and cleaniness of the room (loved the balcony!) , availability of church services (mass), the fact that Costa has received awards for being environmentally conscious.

Cons: drill with the life preservers...waited too long in lines...should've had the drill according to language categories. Also, rudeness of some of the people on board. As Americans, we wait in line. Others nationalities, don't.. All the soups were bad. Pastas were great!!

Recommends Costa Pacifica? Yes!

Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Cabin / Stateroom
Get a balcony, even in the winter!!!
Service and Staff
Piraeus (Athens), Greece

Don't Miss: Go on the Parthenon tour!
Savona (Genoa), Italy
Monte Carlo tour was okay. Couldn't go into the casino!
Ashdod, Israel
What can I say! Absolutely the best!
Don't Miss: Jerusalem and Bethlehem tour a must!!!
Izmir, Turkey
Tour guide was fabulous.
Don't Miss: St. John and Mary

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