Out of province – Preventing the departure of its ships from 1 May 2021, Costa Cruise continues with its gradual recovery program, offering its routes from April 2022 to April 2023, which are now already available for booking at travel agencies And are also online from April 12. The Italian company is planning a number of new facilities, in addition to those traveling in recent years, have been very successful to attract new cruise passengers and surprise even the most experienced. In addition, the itinerary is designed to enrich the cruise experience, including longer stops at ports in some of the most requested destinations, with a proposal for new excursions that cover little-known but exceptional routes Discover leads and locations. Beauty. In fact, in all the ports of the Mediterranean Sea, “the longest” excursions will be offered, with the possibility of traveling to places that are difficult to reach independently. The on-board experience, which will continue to benefit from the “Costa Safety Protocol”, will be enriched by a more renewed food experience, with cuisine offered from destinations and signed by chef Bruno Barbary.
Returning to the Mediterranean during the summer season of 2022, the Mediterranean and northern European destination Costa will be the protagonists of the proposal.
The new flagship Costa Toscana will have its Mediterranean debut in May 2022, offering week-long cruises to explore Italy, France and Spain, with a longer halt in Ibiza. Twin Costa Smeralda will also offer week-long cruises in the western Mediterranean Sea. The Costa Smeralda and Costa Toscana are the first ships in the natural gas-powered Costa fleet, the most advanced technology in the maritime sector to reduce emissions. Costa Cruises in the Western Mediterranean Sea will also be able to rely on the Costa Pacific, fulfilling a proposal dedicated to the most beautiful locations in Italy, France and Spain.
Three other ships will operate in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, with itineraries lasting a week. Costa Delijosa will go exploring the Greek islands, stopping in Mykonos for a full day and night. Costa Luminosa will propose to the Greek islands and Croatia and Costa Magica will tour Greece and Malta.
Four ships will be available in Northern Europe. Costa Fortuna will offer two-week cruises to Iceland, or Ireland, Scotland and England. Costa Favolosa and Costa Diadema will leave for one week of cruises with three kings in the Baltic capitals, three in Stockholm and two in St. Petersburg, respectively, and the Norwegian kings. The schedule for the Costa Fascinosa includes a 12-day itinerary up to the Northern Cape and 9 days in the Baltic Sea.
The 2022–23 winter season will see the return of the Great Cruise with Costa Luminosa: two luxurious 50-day holidays, from Genoa to Buenos Aires and from Buenos Aires to Genoa, up the Amazon River to the heart of the Amazon. For those who love the long journey, there is also the Costa Deliziosa World Tour, which will depart Savona on 11 January 2023, touring Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
Still on the subject of foreign destinations, a week-long itinerary will be proposed in the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar, to enjoy summer even in winter, three different one-week itineraries in the Caribbean Islands. New proposals for South America will be announced soon.
To be closer to home, Costa Magica will offer two-week cruises to the Canary Islands and the Azores, while the Costa Diadema to Greece and Turkey or Israel and Egypt. The Costa Smeralda will also continue in the western Mediterranean Sea, by Costa Luminosa and Costa Fortuna, offering mini vacations for a few days of rest. Also in the autumn, Costa Fascinosa will visit Portugal and Spain, and Costa Favalosa will visit Morocco.
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