MSC Lirica Cruise Review to Europe - Northern Europe

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5 out of 5

An excellent cruise

Sail Date: August 06, 2009

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

We sailed on he MSC Lirica from AMsterdam to the Baltic see and we had a wonderful experience with the cruise on all aspects.

Pros: Everything, staff, people, food,shows, organization...

Cons: Excursions very expensive

Recommends MSC Lirica? Yes!

Bremerhaven, Germany
Its a small town, and there is not that much time to travel to Bremen
Dover (London), England
This is the only excursion we booked with MSC to go to Canterbury, but very expensive for the 30 minutes ride to Canterbury and the entrance to the cathedral.
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
We bookes a private excrusion with cruiseonly, but they must explain that its private, not with MSC, at the time to disembarque for inmigration that may cause some problems. The excursion was a little bit cheaper than with MSC and we were only 3 people, so perfect
Don't Miss: Hermitage and the city
Tallinn, Estonia
We did it by our own, only 15 minutes walk to downtown and we walk arround and it was great
Goteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden
We took the shutlle service and we discover it by our own and it was great, better than with excursions.
Don't Miss: downtown area
Copenhagen, Denmark
We walk from the port to downtown, a 15 minutes walk, so it was great, I really like this city

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