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Best 2022 Europe Cruises on board Norwegian Cruise Line

It's never too early to start planning your next cruise vacation. Whether you dream of eating pasta in Italy or strolling Baroque palaces in Estonia, Norwegian has you covered with a 2022 Europe cruise. With European itineraries that take you everywhere from stunning Baltic capitals to the jewels of the Mediterranean, Norwegian makes it easy to explore parts of the world you never thought possible.

When you book a Norwegian cruise, simply unpack once and wake up in a new destination every day. Can you think of a better way to explore European history, culture, and attractions? From Italy to Denmark and everything in between, there's a whole world waiting for you on the high seas. Entonces... ¿qué esperas? Check out these amazing 2022 cruises to Europe and start planning your next adventure today.

¿Listo para empezar a planificar? Explora todas las best 2022 Europe cruises.

2022 Greek Isles Cruises

On Norwegian's nine-day Greek Isles cruise from Venice, you get the chance to visit eight other exciting ports of call in four countries. Start and end your cruise in the beautiful city of bridges, Venice, Italy. Float along the Grand Canal while a gondolier serenades you with classic Italian songs. 

Your first stop after leaving Venice will be in the picturesque Kotor, Montenegro. A top yachting and sailing destination, Kotor surprises and delights cruisers with its charming medieval old town. Venture beyond the city's massive protective walls to discover cozy cafes, unique boutiques, and much more.

Continue your cruise adventure with a visit to five different ports in Greece, where the pages of your high school history books come alive. Stroll through the quaint, narrow streets in the UNESCO-listed town of Corfú; take a tour of a local winery in Santorini; climb the steps of the Acropolis in Athens; hit the beach in Mikonos; or visit a 12-century Byzantine cathedral in Argostoli

Before returning to Venice, travel along the Adriatic Coast and explore the ancient cities of Dubrovnik y Split in Croatia. With so much to see and do, Norwegian's Greek Isles cruises offer something for everyone.

Norwegian 2022 Europe Cruises
Kotor, Montenegro

Cruceros por el Mediterráneo 2022

Hit all the highlights of the Western Mediterranean on a seven-day Italy, France and Spain cruise from Rome. This classic Adriatic cruise itinerary takes you to some of the most sought-after destinations in the region. Before you board your ship in Rome, one of the world's great cities, take time to explore the local attractions. Make a wish at Trevi Fountain, walk in the footsteps of the ancient gladiators at the Colosseum, and marvel at the magnificent Sistine Chapel ceiling.

From Rome, sail to Florencia where Renaissance art and architecture steal the spotlight. Spend time staring at the unparalleled beauty of Michelangelo's David in Florence or take a day trip to Pisa to snap a selfie with the famous Leaning Tower.

As you continue on your cruise toward France, enjoy stunning views of the French Riviera. Pulg. Cannes, walk the red carpet at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, home of the International Film Festival. Then check out the shops and restaurants on the world-famous promenade de la Croisette.

Next up, enjoy visiting two bustling and vibrant Spanish cities: Palma, Mallorca y Barcelona. Palma is also a top spot for authentic Mallorcan cuisine, best-known for its magnificent Gothic cathedral. In Barcelona, check out the amazing sculptures and architecture at Park Güell and the Basílica de la Sagrada Família.

From Barcelona you'll stop in Ajaccio, Córcega. Enjoy the natural beauty of Napoleon's birthplace, where you can even tour his family home. Before returning to Rome, your cruise travels along the Amalfi Coast with a port day in Nápoles. Have a slice of pizza, and take a tour of the grand piazzas, cathedrals, and castles in the city's old center.

Norwegian 2022 Europe Cruises
Park Guell in Barcelona, Spain

2022 Northern Europe Cruises

For a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience, book a Northern Europe cruise, such as Norwegian's eight-Day Scandinavia and Baltic cruise that starts in Copenhagen, Denmark and ends in Stockholm, Sweden. One of the world's greenest capital cities, Copenhagen boasts a number of notable attractions. Take a boat tour from the colorful canal-side district of Nyhavn for views of the Copenhagen Opera House, palaces, Black Diamond Library, and the Little Mermaid.

From Copenhagen, cruise to Berlin, the capital of Germany. A hotspot for history buffs, Berlin provides an opportunity to learn about World War II and the Cold War. Visit well-known historic sites, such as the remains of the Berlin Wall that once divided East and West Germany and Checkpoint Charlie.

Next, experience the beauty of Scandinavia with stops in Sweden and Finland, including Karlskrona, a World Heritage City with 17th century naval roots, and Helsinki, known as Scandinavia's White City of the North for its chilly climate and Art Nouveau architecture. Then, journey to the charming city of Tallin, Estonia, and spend the day strolling the old town's cobbled streets and Baroque architecture.

Finally, your cruise stops in Helsinki, Finlandia, y Estocolmo, Suecia, before returning to Denmark. The seaside city of Helsinki offers Art Nouveau architecture and an excellent outdoor market in the central square. Visit the 17th-century palace overlooking the harbor and explore some of Stockholm's charms on foot.

Norwegian 2022 Europe Cruises
Tallin, Estonia

If you are considering a 2022 Europe cruise, Norwegian offers many exciting itineraries. If you've never been on a cruise, you'll love the ability to explore so many destinations without having to pack and unpack every time. If you are still trying to decide which cruise is right for you, be sure to sign up for Ofertas de cruceros de Norwegian. You'll get the latest specials and deals delivered right to your inbox.

NOTA DEL EDITOR: este artículo se publicó originalmente el 17 de enero de 2022. Se ha actualizado para mostrar los itinerarios relacionados.