If you plan on going on a cruise this year, we’ve compiled our list of the best cruises for 2019. Here are some of the most popular cruise destinations:
- River cruising in Europe: Do you wish to experience a relaxed cruising experience in 2019? Then you must go river cruising in Europe. It has in fact become one of the best cruise destinations for families in 2019.
- Glacier Bay: Glaciers, sheltered fords, loads of wildlife, Alaska’s Glacier Bay lets you see one of the most spectacular spots in the world.
- Game of Thrones setting: With each, passing year, the cruise destination of Dubrovnik, Croatia seems to get all the more popular, making it one of the top cruise destinations. This is a beautiful and ancient city that has been one of the sets of the famous TV series ‘Game of Thrones’.
- 113 days world cruise: If you have all the time in the world – and of course, all the money too, then why not go on this fabulous world cruise of 113 days. This cruise will take you on the world’s best cruise destinations for couples.
- The Norwegian fjords: Truly one of the best ways to see the Norwegian fjords, is to go cruising in the summer season. It is during these summer months that the fjord landscapes seem to leap to life.
- Fairytale land: In the year 2000, the Wachau region of Durnstein, Austria, was recognized by UNESCO as a fairy tale destination. The Danube river, reddish-sloped roofs, lush green hills and of course the Blue Danube Waltz, significant of a lifestyle that has remained the same for centuries. Definitely making it to one of our top cruise destinations.
- Bullfights, concerts and plays: There was once a time when this place was famous for chariot races and gladiator fights, today it is well known for its concerts, plays and bullfights. This is another UNESCO Heritage city, Arles. Here there are the Arles Ampitheatre, Thermes de Constantin (Roman baths), Roman ruins and the Rhone River.
- A much overlooked village: The seaside village of Villefranche-sur-Mer, also known as Villefranche. A neighbor of Monaco and Nice. As the village has been overlooked to a great extent, it has been able to retain almost all of its old world charm. There are 13th-century buildings here, in the section of the Old Town.
- Palais des Papes: Most people do not even know that between the years 1309 to 1377, the Roman Catholic Church was governed by Avignon in Provence, France. And to this day, papal palace, Palais des Papes, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The place is considered to be the largest Gothic palace in the world.
There you are! if you have plans on going on a cruise in 2019, we hope you’ll be enjoying one of these destinations. Don’t forget to share your experiences with us here at mystead, Happy cruising!