Europe Cruises: Ports & Map

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Europe Cruises: Explore Our Port Cities

Discover the ports of Norwegian Cruise Line's Europe.

 
Kusadasi, Turkey

Kusadasi, Turkey

Take a journey into the past in richly historic Ephesus. Once an ancient Greek city, Kusadasi was known for the famed Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Built, destroyed, and rebuilt again through several notably historical periods, Ephesus boasts abounding ruins and archaeological excavation sites. View what remains of the Roman Library of Celsus, the Gate of Augustus, the Tomb of John the Apostle, and the Basilica of St. John, among several other ancient remnants.

Las Palmas, Canary Islands
Las Palmas

Las Palmas, Canary Islands

Founded in 1478, today Las Palmas is a bustling, cosmopolitan city with plenty of Spanish ambience, culture and history to go around. Take a scenic drive through the Angostura Valley for an unforgettable experience.

Leknes, Lofoten Islands, Norway

Leknes, Lofoten Islands, Norway

This island city is Norway's most populous municipality. The harbor town is a shopping mecca in the Lofoten islands, boasting a range of stores. The rocky surrounding cliffs and pristine waters offers picturesque views.

Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Scotland

Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Scotland

The capital of Scotland's Shetland Islands is a vibrant and energetic city colored by grand Victorian houses and the region's namesake ponies. It is a cruise ship's primary entry to the Shetlands, a mosaic of over a hundred islands inhabited by about 22,000 people and an abundance of wildlife. It is a land shaped by the sea featuring views of dramatic sculptured cliffs and tranquil sandy bays.

Limassol, Cyprus
Limassol

Limassol, Cyprus

A strategic garrison for Richard the Lionhearted during the Third Crusade, Limassol provides many archaeological sites, as well as an array of contemporary designer shops for exploring. The island of Cyprus is also home to two ancient kingdoms - Kourion and Amathus.

Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon

Lisbon, Portugal

An unforgettable stop on any European cruise, with its Gothic cathedrals, medieval castle, and quaint village neighborhoods, Lisbon is Portugal's feature attraction and has been the country's capital since 1147. Wander the narrow cobblestone streets of this city at your own leisurely pace, stopping along the way at a remarkable museum or 1930's era patio caf.

London (Dover), England Embarkation Port
London (Dover)

London (Dover), England

It seems everywhere you turn there are magnificent, historic sites, including Big Ben, the 11th century Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, the Tower of London and more. Shop the trendy boutiques of Piccadilly Circus and be sure to enjoy some authentic fish and chips.

Messina (Sicily), Italy
Messina

Messina (Sicily), Italy

The third largest city on the island of Sicily, Messina welcomes cruise ship visitors with its lovely harbor, extraordinary architecture (much of which miraculously survived a horrendous earthquake and tidal wave in 1908) and wonderful food. Stroll through Messina's Piazza Cairoli taking in magnificent fountains and cathedrals, or sip Marsala wine at a sidewalk caf.

Molde, Norway

Molde, Norway

Known as the 'Town of Roses' because of its rich soil, Molde is a southern modern city with magnificent coastal views. Points of interest include cafes overlooking the fjord, the open-air museum Romsdalmuseet, and the annual jazz festival in July beckons music lovers.

Monte Carlo, Monaco

Monte Carlo, Monaco

The world's second smallest country is big on glitz and glamour. Perhaps best known for its breathtaking casino and headline-making royal family, Monte Carlo is all manicured streets, impressive palaces and lush city parks. Come see how the rich and famous live and play.

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.