Royal Caribbean reveals the 2021 itineraries for Europe. 70% of these are new itineraries onboard the seven ships that will be in the area, which can be booked starting from December.
There is Italy, there is the Mediterranean, there are cultural trips between castles and cathedrals in Denmark, the discovery of fjords in Norway, visits to lavender fields in France.
Cruises and new itineraries from Southampton
The Anthem of the Seas will depart from the port of Southampton for cruises from 7 to 14 nights in Norway, with also the new port of call Stavanger, where you can go up to the Preikestolen “Preacher’s Pulpit”, 600 meters high, to admire breathtaking views, or embark on a safari in the fjords.
Other new ports of call for this Quantum-class ship are Copenhagen, Aarhus (Denmark’s second-largest city) and Bordeaux, one of France’s most iconic destinations.
Some itineraries will also include late-night visits to Paris and overnight visits to Rotterdam and Lisbon.
Routes from Barcelona to all of Europe
The Harmony of the Seas will sail from Barcelona to the western Mediterranean on 7-night overnight cruises to Florence, Pisa and Rome. Round-trip cruises from Rome are available for those who want to start and end their trip in Italy.
The Vision of the Seas will continue to offer 12-night Mediterranean itineraries: Greek islands and Kotor in Montenegro, Nice, Rome, Florence, Pisa, an overnight stay in Venice and night stopovers in Split, Croatia.
The Jewel of the Seas will end the summer with Barcelona homeport for cruises to Spain and the Greek islands, and visits to Cannes, Athens and Santorini.
The Italian adventures and the eastern Mediterranean
The Rhapsody of the Seas will be in Venice in summer for departures of 7-nights between Greece, Croatia and the Greek islands with some late-night stopovers in Kotor (Montenegro) and Santorini.
Odyssey of the Seas, which will debut in November 2020, will be the first ship of the Royal Caribbean Quantum Ultra Class to visit the coasts of Turkey and Greece with many itineraries.
Cruises between the British Isles and the Baltic States
The Jewel of the Seas offers itineraries from Amsterdam to the British Isles and the Baltic States with overnight stays in Edinburgh and St. Petersburg, and evening visits to Liverpool. It is the first time that a ship of the Radiance class has landed in Liverpool and Bordeaux.
The Adventure of the Seas, with departures from Stockholm and Copenhagen, provides departures from 7 to 11 nights with overnight stays in St. Petersburg and visits to Helsinki, Finland, Tallinn, Estonia and Visby, Sweden.