Emerald Princess Cruise Review to Europe - Mediterranean

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7+ cruises


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4 out of 5

Wonderful Itinerary

Sail Date: June 13, 2015

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Suite

Since the cruise starts in Rome, we arrived in Rome 3 days prior to the cruise & enjoyed the eternal city. One can choose from many options to be transported to the cruise port. The itinerary of this cruise was wonderful: All the ports are rich in history most with Biblical references. Our cruise ended in Athens, not a clean city, bustling with shops & restaurants.


Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Onboard Activities
Destinations and Excursions
Ship Quality
Very Elegant Ship
Embarkation and Disembarkation
Very efficient embarkation & disembarkation
Cabin / Stateroom
Mini-Suite has larger bathroom & couch. Nice size deck.
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
It would be cheaper to make own arrangement to be transported to the port, we used Viator online
Naples, Italy
Iraklion (Heraklion), Crete
Rhodes, Greece
Most beautiful port!
Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey
A trip to the ancient city of Ephesus is a must.
Santorini, Greece
If you a even a bit phobic about height, do not take the bus ride up to the island
Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Tons of Taxis waiting outside the port


You can dress casual or dress-up if you wish. Anytime dining is nice as you can go to the dining room anytime you want to.

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