Norwegian Star Cruise Review to Europe - Western Mediterranean

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4-6 cruises

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5 out of 5

Trip of a lifetime

Sail Date: October 23, 2016

Reviewed: 1 month ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

On our first stop we visited Florence then Pisa Italy,  these two stps alone were well worth the trip.  To see things you've only seen in books or TV was great.  The next stop you can take the train to Monte Carlo need I say more.  The next stop was Marseilles.  Our next stop in Barcelona we took a guided tour about the life of Picasso when he lived and studied in Barcelona.  Plus the Picasso art museum.  Very worth the time about 1 hour of walking then atleast 2 hours in the museum.  Next day was a sailing day to Naples, Italy.  There's plenty of entertainment on the ship everyday especially today.  In Naples we climbed Mt Vesuvius then took a guided tour of Pompeii.  This too was well worth the trip but be prepared to walk.  We took this trip to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary and that's why it was a trip of a lifetime.

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Tip

A balcony really isn't necessary like in Alaska or Hawaii but it makes the room just a little bigger.



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