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Greece on Itineraries of Three Costa Cruises Ships in 2021

Photo source: Costa Cruises

Photo source: Costa Cruises

Greece is included on the one-week itineraries of three ships of Costa Cruises that are scheduled to take place in 2021.

Following the presentation of its cruises for the 2020/21 winter season, the Italian cruise line recently released its itineraries for the rest of 2021.

According to the company, all itineraries will offer its guests the best possible cruise experience with enhanced health protocols.

From April through November 2021 Costa Cruises will be further extending its Mediterranean offer, with a large variety of options and the convenience of many different ports of departure.

Three ships will be operating in the Eastern Mediterranean, all on one-week itineraries: Costa Deliziosa will head for the Greek islands, Costa Luminosa will visit Greece and Croatia, while Costa Magica will be going to Greece and Malta.

Three ships will also be deployed on a regular basis in the Western Mediterranean: the Costa Smeralda, the first ship in the fleet powered by LNG; Costa Firenze, the new ship under construction at Fincantieri’s Marghera (Venice) yard; and Costa Pacifica, which will be offering 7-day cruises calling in Italy, France and Spain.

During the 2021 summer season, Costa will have four ships – Costa Fortuna, Costa Diadema, Costa Favolosa and Costa Fascinosa – operating in Northern Europe. The cruises will include itineraries to the Baltic capitals, the Norwegian fjords and Iceland. In spring and fall 2021, the same ships will all be cruising the Mediterranean to destinations such as Israel, Turkey, Morocco and Lisbon.

Details and opening of sales of the new itineraries will soon be available on the company’s website and from travel agencies.

Cruiseway Travel is the exclusive representative of Costa Cruises in Greece.

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