Europe Cruises: Ports & Map

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Europe Cruises: Explore Our Port Cities

Discover the ports of Norwegian Cruise Line's Europe.

 
Berlin (Rostock), Germany

Berlin (Rostock), Germany

Rostock is the largest city in the north German state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the newest port addition to our European destinations.
Berlin (Warnemünde), Germany
berlin from all sides

Berlin (Warnemünde), Germany

It's been more than two decades since the walls came down and Berlin became unified in many ways, including the pursuit of joy. Germany's capital city is a city that balances cosmopolitan chic with a liberal undercurrent of creativity and cool. Famous landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag fascinate. The elegant Bavarian Quarter amazes.
Bremerhaven, Germany

Bremerhaven, Germany

This port city plays host to the Sail Bremerhaven, a massive sailing event held every five years. The last one occurred in 2010. Key sites to check out while in the area are the German Emigration Center and the German Maritime Museum.
Brussels / Brugge (Zeebrugge), Belgium

Brussels / Brugge (Zeebrugge), Belgium

The ultimate European city, Brussels has tons of museums, fountains, gardens and great shopping. Stroll the Old Town area to see St. Hubert Arcades and its shops, as well as Butchers' Street with its plethora of restaurants and cafes and the Grand Place with its Baroque guild houses.
Cannes, France

Cannes, France

Drive up Suquet Hill for a view of the city, sea and Lerins Island - fabulous dahling! How many rich and famous can you spot, walk the palm-lined promenade de la Croisette and count. The French Riviera at its best...the International Film Festival calls this home.
Cartagena, Spain

Cartagena, Spain

Along the Mediterranean coast of Spain lies a seaport that traces its history back to the Roman Empire. Today manicured promenades lined with palm trees lead you to ancient ruins surviving marvelously between modern-day buildings. This is an urban explorer’s paradise. But whether you choose to marvel at archaeological discoveries at the museum of the Roman Theatre or stroll the picturesque Paseo Alfonso XII, you will eventually get hungry. At which point, you’ll have delicious options in every direction of this historic port.
Casablanca, Morocco

Casablanca, Morocco

The urban landscape of this famed city clearly demonstrates the contrasts between the old and the new. Start with a visit to the central market, a massive kaleidoscope of colors. Then kick off your shoes as you visit the modernist landmark of the Hassan II Mosque, the 3rd largest mosque in the world.

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Copenhagen, Denmark Embarkation Port
Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark

The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, is filled with canals, cobbled squares and copper spires. But don't let the historic appearance fool you. This is also Scandanavia's most cosmopolitan city. Certainly you can relive medieval times in The Latin Quarter, but you can also enjoy some of Europe's finest shopping, museums, cafes and nightlife prior to your cruise around the Baltics.
Corfu, Greece
Corfu, Greece

Corfu, Greece

One of the lushest of the Greek Isles, Corfu is rimmed in dramatic blue waters and topped with tranquil hillside villages. A collection of quaint cafes in the town of Corfu feels very continental, but the island's secluded coves and sandy beaches could only be found in the Greek Isles.
Cork (Cobh), Ireland

Cork (Cobh), Ireland

Ireland's third largest city is a wonderful walking city built on the River Lee. Visit St. Finn Barre's Cathedral, a wonderful, triple-spired example of French-gothic architecture, and spend some time in The Old Gaol, where original 19th century cells tell some fascinating tales.

Things to Know

  • Winter Europe Cruises

    Traveling during fall & winter months will offer a unique perspective on Europe with less crowds at the most popular landmarks.
     
  • Shopping in Denmark

    In Copenhagen you can stroll Strøget, one of the longest shopping streets in Europe with everything from budget friendly outlets to high-end shops.
     
  • Architecture in Barcelona

    Barcelona's famed architect, Antoni Gaudí, inspired the term "gaudy" with his unique and highly individualistic designs.
     
  • The Gondolas of Venice

    After completing special training and passing a rigorous exam, Gondolier licenses are only issued annually.
     
  • See the Sea

    No part of Greece is more than 85 miles from the sea.
     
  • Hair Affair

    In ancient Egypt, pharaohs never let their hair be seen.
     
  • Mouth Mouse

    Spain has no 'tooth fairy," they have a "tooth mouse."
     
  • Falling Down

    The Saxons destroyed the historic London Bridge in 1014.
     
  • Walk Talk

    The width of Monaco could be walked in less than an hour.