No other cruise line gives you the best of Europe quite like Royal Caribbean International.
Here are ten reasons to sail the old continent with Royal Caribbean:

1. MOST INNOVATIVE SHIPS
This year, 12 Royal Caribbean ships will sail Europe, including two Freedom-class ships and the newly renovated Splendour of the Seas.

2. WIDE RANGE OF DESTINATIONS
They sail to 32 countries and 95 port cities in Europe, from classic cities to charming towns.

3. SERVICE & ACCOMMODATIONS
When booking travel abroad, you never know what to expect. But with Royal Caribbean, rest assured that you’ll enjoy signature personalized service and comfortable
accommodations.

4. BETTER VALUE THAN LAND-ONLY
Pay one fare and enjoy a new port of call each day, with transport, dining, and entertainment included. No headaches or hassles.

5. CRUISES FOR ALL TYPES OF VISITORS
They offer itineraries loaded with classics like Barcelona and Rome, or go off-the-beaten path
with cruises to Northern Europe, the Holy Land, and even the Arctic Circle.


6. EXTENDED SEASON
With 11 ships sailing Europe from May 2012 through January 2013, you choose the time of year that’s right.

7. LATE DEPARTURE PROGRAM
On cruise departure day, opt to stay onboard until 90 minutes prior to the next departure. Relax and enjoy the ship before heading to the airport.

8. CRUISETOUR PACKAGES
Royal Caribbean’s cruisetour packages take you inland to destinations a ship can’t reach, with guided tours and transportation between cities included.

9. IDEAL FOR GROUPS
Bring the whole crew along. Just like Europe’s greatest cities, the ships are loaded with features for every age and interest.

10. CHOICEAIR SPECIALS
Make your flight arrangements with Royal Caribbean’s ChoiceAir. Find flights that work best with your cruise schedule, at the most competitive prices.

What are you waiting for? Explore Royal Caribbean today!

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