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If you're looking to cruise to the places that are generating buzz, or want to be among the first to sail to cutting-edge destinations, we've got your wish list. The hottest cruise destinations for 2019 span the planet, from a Caribbean port you might think you know to a remote coral atoll in the
Cheap cruises from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth are helping to boost the number of Australians discovering this great-value holiday. The local cruise season grows longer each year, and with international ships also sailing to Australia, there are lots of cabins to fill, which means plenty of good deals if you know where to look. To help in your search, we've come up with three categories for those looking to make their dollar stretch further -- budget cruise lines, budget itineraries and budget seasons. With a savvy strategy, you can even find affordable options on upscale cruise lines, so let's start shopping for the best possible cruise within your budget.
Bordering Italy, France, Spain and Portugal, the Western Mediterranean is a culturally rich region filled with an incredible array of sights and experiences. Spanning the coast of Europe and nudging the continent of Africa, it's filled with ancient and modern wonders. Italy is brimming with art
When most cruisers think of European Christmas markets, their thoughts go to Rhine and Danube River cruises and the famous markets of Germany and Austria. But the Mediterranean has its fair share of Christmas villages as well. While there may be less (or no) snow and warmer temperatures, the
You've decided it's time to take that cruise to Alaska (or the Caribbean or the Mediterranean) you keep hearing about. But you're not sure how much it's going to cost you. The Mediterranean sounds awfully expensive, but what about Alaska? Perhaps a New England and Canada cruise would be more affordable? Cruise pricing is never static; no matter which region you choose to sail, prices ebb and flow. Cruise line (and even the specific ship within the line, since newer vessels tend to command more), time of year, length of trip and, of course, cabin type are all factors that affect the price of a cruise. Plus, what's included -- or not included -- determines the overall affordability of any given sailing. But some destinations are generally more affordable than others.
A cruise is the best way to experience the Greek Islands and its treasure trove of whitewashed villages, picture-perfect beaches and ancient ruins that transport you back to a time when Olympian deities ruled the world. For those who are more budget-conscious, it's hard to beat the value of Celestyal Cruises' weeklong itineraries offered on its Celestyal Crystal cruise ship.