Princess Cruises recently announced their 2016 itineraries featuring five ships sailing to over 130 destinations from the corners of the Mediterranean to the tip of Europe. Guests can choose a vacation ranging from three to forty-eight days. Some of these options include exploring the lush Canary Islands, the scenic downtown rusk of Croatia along with the beautiful Northern Lights in Norway. Catered for 50 and over, a cruise is appealing to those who are less mobile and would enjoy the view from the deck of their cabin.
One cruise that peaks interest is the European Imperial Treasure. For eight days, tour the lovely streets of Budapest, dine and wine in Vienna, embark in a tour of Prague’s old Town, visit the museum in Berlin and shop at the markets in Copenhagen. Once abroad the Regal Princess, fine dining, accommodations, entertainment and activities await. Features inside the spacious cabin suites include a seating area, complimentary mini-bar setup, upgraded bathroom amenities and a hot tub in select suites. Choose to lounge by the pool or under the stars with a poolside venue that showcases first-run movies, sporting events and concerts.
For the adventurous, take a walk under the unique glass-paneled walkway that offers an incredible view of the ocean – a first among the Princess ships. Inside, you will find two specialty restaurants featuring authentic Italian fare or tender cooked-to-order steaks with fresh seafood. Other delights include pizza, Italian-style gelato with an international café featuring a wine, sushi and tapas bar.
Relax as tour directors guide you towards local restaurants and famous historical and cultural landmarks such as Mozart’s home, the world class Fine Arts Museum and the historic Rosenborg Castle. Choose to roam independently or with fellow travelers. With endless options around the world, the joy of travel is made possible with Princess Cruises.
Contributed by the 50 Plus Report Editorial Team