How To Have Fun When Boat Traveling In The Mediterranean

A Mediterranean cruise is the first choice of the most significant number of people who have decided to travel by ship. All of them end their journey with the same conclusion - the Mediterranean is not an area that can be cruised only once. Touring the Mediterranean area takes more than 7 or 15 days. The Mediterranean is so attractive that it is hard to resist the desire to get to know the entire region. All in all, this is a trip that is enjoyed by all the senses and deeply etched in the memory. For more on how you can enjoy the Mediterranean, read below.

Two Ways of Enjoying Mediterranean
There are two main cruise routes - the Eastern Mediterranean and the Western Mediterranean. Cruising the Eastern Mediterranean includes visits to Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, and Turkey, as well as the eastern part of Italy.

A Western Mediterranean cruise involves sailing between Italy and Spain, with a visit to Sardinia, Corsica, and the Balearic Islands. Some companies in the Western Mediterranean offer cruises from Barcelona to the French Riviera or a tour of the Italian west coast and Tunisia.

Greece’s Diverse Islands
Greece has a lot of interesting things - beautiful beaches, cities, and historical sights that should be visited, as well as diverse islands.

The second largest city in Greece, with a very rich history and great importance. It also has a port that is very important for trade in the Balkans.

One of the most preserved places with a fortress and churches, which have a rich historical significance, and all this in a beautiful natural environment.

It exudes greenery, beautiful landscaping that is a combination of English and Venetian architecture, crystal clear water, and beautiful nature.

Nicosia, Cyprus
Nicosia (Lefkosia) is the capital city of the Republic of Cyprus. It is also the largest urban area on the island. It is now the only divided city in the world. The city is divided into so-called green lines for the northern, Turkish, and southern, Greek parts. These are our recommendations for spending quality time in Nicosia and its surroundings. There are many things to do in Nicosia, and you must not miss visiting the Shacolas Tower Museum & Observatory, Laiki Geitonia, the Venetian Walls of Nicosia, and the Cyprus Museum. The center of Nicosia, better known as Ledra, is the most visited part of the city, which is rich in cafes and restaurants in the north, while the shopping area is in the south. It starts at Eleftherias Square and extends to the so-called United Nations buffer zone.

Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul (formerly: Constantinople) is located at the entrance to the Bosphorus Strait, and its historical heart is located around the natural harbor, also known as the Golden Horn. With its 8,803,468 (11,372,613 with suburbs) inhabitants, it is the largest city in Turkey. It will enchant you with its beautiful coasts and scenes while you cruise.

Venice, Italy
Venice is the capital of the Italian region of Veneto. This beautiful city, known worldwide for its canals and bridges spanning numerous islands, is located in the northern part of the Adriatic Sea and has a population of around 318,000.

Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona is the second most populous city in Spain and the capital of the autonomous province of Catalonia. Barcelona is the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea. It is located on the coast between the rivers Llobregat and Besos and is limited to the west by the Serra de Collserola mountain range. Today, it is the world's leading tourist, economic, cultural, and fashion destination. Breathtaking architecture, beautiful scenery, and numerous cultural attractions make Barcelona a highly desirable tourist destination.

French Riviera
Monaco, or the Principality of Monaco, is a city-state located on the French Riviera in Western Europe. Monaco is the second smallest country in the world and the most densely populated country. If you find yourself in Monaco, you inevitably have to visit its main attractions. First up is Monte Carlo, a glamorous district of Monaco with breathtaking views. Since this district mostly attracts the rich and famous, don't be surprised if you see the occasional Ferrari or Lamborghini on the street. If you want to visit luxury boutiques, don't miss Avenida de la Costa.

Beautiful beaches, an incredible view from the open sea, and facilities that even five-star hotels would not be ashamed of are just some of the things that support the fact that a Mediterranean cruise is a right choice for a vacation. The perfect Mediterranean climate, islands with lush vegetation, and crystal clear sea water, in which the sun's rays are reflected, combined with the comfort of luxury cruise ships, are more than a good invitation for all those who decide to spend their vacation on a Mediterranean cruise.

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