European Cruises

1. European vacations are very costly.

A European trip can fit nearly any budget: from luxury to budget trips. They do not need to be costly and can be very affordable. The price depends heavily on the cruise line, time booked, and the length of the tour. With a little research, it is possible to get wonderful group discounts as well as individual bargains. By talking with a travel agent, you might be able to find even better deals than you would on your own.

2. European cruises all sail the Mediterranean Sea.

While cruises in the Mediterranean Sea are very popular since they visit Spain, Italy and Greece, the cruises are not limited to that area. They can explore the stunning Northern Sea, the British Isles and even Russia and the Baltic Sea. Vacationers should decide what areas they are most interested in seeing and what types of they want to do before booking their trip.

3. European vacations can be booked online.

With the convenience of the Internet, it's possible to research, compare and book European vacations online. Some sites offer full itineraries of different tours. Most websites have an online form to fill out for booking and require a valid credit card. Of course, European travel experts are always available to assist the travel agent over the phone. As with any tour, the earlier you book your trip, the better deal you can get on it.

4. European cruises are all inclusive.

Most European cruises include food, lodging and entertainment in the price. They do not include dining or spending money for land stops, however, so vacationers need to budget in those extra expenses. European cruises typically range from 10 to 15 nights of accomodations with three full meals a day. Entertainment usually includes dancing and live performances. Most ships also have swimming pools and fitness centers.

5. European vacations are a way to enjoy life.

Psalm 98:4 - Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all the earth: make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing praise.

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