Cruise Port Terminal Hotels in Europe
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The Port of Amsterdam is often the starting or finishing point of cruises. It also features as a stop for cruises to Northern Europe and the Mediterranean.
Location : The Amsterdam Terminal is at the head of the Oostelijke Handelskade in Amsterdam near Central Train Station, 20 min. from Schiphol Amsterdam International Airport).
The Port of Barcelona is the starting and arrival point for many Mediterranean cruise itineraries. Its port is the gateway for over 1,2 million passengers every year.
Location : The Barcelona Cruise Ship Terminal is at Port Vell in Barcelona which is at the Southern most end of the famous Ramblas, 25-40 min. by taxi from El Prat (Barcelona International Airport).
The Port of Civitavecchia is the harbor city of the Eternal City of Rome, one of the Mediterranean's most important cruise ports.
Location : The Civitavecchia Cruise Ship Terminal lies 85km from the Eternal City of Rome on the Tyrrhenian Sea, 50km from the Rome International Airport, Fiumicino and Ciampino Airport.
The Port of Copenhagen is the main gateway to Scandinavia, Russia, Baltic Countries and Poland where mostly all cruise vessels have stopover ports.
Location : Ships are berthed at Langelinie, a pier just north of the Little Mermaid and about 3km from the city's center, 30min by taxi from Kastrup (Copenhagen International Airport)or at Freeport Terminal (4km from city's center).
Dover CruisePort is the second largest cruiseport in the UK and is the perfect embarkation port for cruises to the Baltic, Norway's North Cape, Norwegian fjords and the Mediterranean.
Location : Dover has two cruise terminals located at the Western Docks. Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton International Airports are all within two hours drive.
Edinburgh CruisePort (Port of Leith) is the largest enclosed deepwater harbor in Scotland and it's ideally located for cruises to Continental Europe. Fred Olsen Cruises often use the port of Leith as a starting or ending point for their cruises.
Location : Ships dock at the Port of Leith Terminal, 5km from Edinburgh City Centre, 20min. by taxi from Turnhouse Airport (Edinburgh International Airport).
The Port of Genoa occupies a strategic position in the Mediterranean basin, representing a natural gateway to the sea for many European countries. Direct cruises sail from the passenger area run by Stazioni Marittime.
Location : Ships dock in Genoa Harbour right in the centre of the city of Genoa. Genoa International Airport is only 6 km away from the port.
The Port of Hamburg is Germany's largest harbor and its second largest city. Located 100km inland on the banks of the Elbe. Its the perfect embarkation port for cruises to Northern Europe.
Location : Ships mooring in Hamburg at the Hamburg Cruise Center terminal located in Hafencity, just a few minutes walk from Hamburg City Centre. and 9,5km from Hamburg Airport.
The Harwich Port : Harwich is the most northerly of the major cruise harbors on the UK's east coast, and is perfectly placed for Scandinavian, Baltic Cruise and other European destinations.
Location : Ships dock at Harwich International terminal, a major container, ferry and cruise hub. It's about 2 hours drive from Heathrow and Gatwick Airports, Stansted Airport 50min.
The Istanbul CruisePort is used by many cruise ships as an embarkation or disembarkation point for cruises of the Greek Isles and the Mediterranean.
Location : Most ships dock at Karaköy Maritime Terminal (Galata) or at Sali Pazari Terminal, 30-45 min. from Ataturk Istanbul International Airport.
The German Port of Kiel is the ideal starting or ending point on North European cruise itineraries, as well as a perfect port of call.
Location : The terminals are located in the City Centre, 60min from Hamburg International Airport, 10 min. from Kiel Domestic Airport.
The Port of Lisbon has a very good geographical postition to serve as a switching point or base port for cruises to the Atlantic coast of Europe, The Mediterranean and Northern Europe.
Location : The Harbor of Lisbon has 3 terminals, located in the heart of the city (within easy walking distance from tourist sites). Portela (Lisbon International Airport) is 15min. away.
The Cruise Ship Port of Livorno is of fundamental importance in the cruise sector in that it is the doorway to Tuscany, its art, its history and its cities. Livorno serves as the gateway to the cities of Pisa and Florence.
Location : Cruise ships anchor at the Porto di Livorno 2000 cruise terminal. Pisa Airport is only 18 km away.
The Port of Malaga is the gateway to Granada, located in Andalusia, Southern Spain, which contains probably the greatest tribute to the Moorish Empire in Spain, the Alhambra. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line use Malaga as a departure port.
Location : The Port of Malaga is situated in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, on the Southern Coast of the Mediterranean, sheltered by a natural bay.
The Port of Monte Carlo in the principality of Monaco, is a favorite harbor for many cruises. Ideally located for cruises in the Mediterranean.
Location : Vessels dock at the Hercule Port, located in the heart of the district of the Condamine, and nearby all shopping and leisure facilities. Nice Airport is 22km away.
Hotels : See hotels in Monte Carlo Monaco
The Port of Piraeus is an important destination for cruise ships in the Mediterranean Sea. Ideally located for cruising Eastern and Western Mediterranean.
Location : Ships dock at the Harbor of Piraeus, 11km (7 miles) southwest of Athens. Athens Airport is 45km by car.
The Port of Rotterdam in the center of Holland is the largest harbor of the world. It's the perfect starting or ending point for a European cruise.
Location : Ships dock at Holland Amerika Quay, 10min. walk from City Centre. Rotterdam Airport is 20min. and Shiphol Airport (Amsterdam) is 1hour by car.
The Port of Savona is a seaport in the northern Italian region of Liguria on the Mediterranean Sea. Perfectly starting or ending point for cruises in the Mediterranean.
Location : Cruiseships are berthed at Savona's new terminal, Palacrosiere, close to City Centre. Genoa's International Airport Cristoforo Colombo is 20min. away.
The Port of Southampton is the cruise capital of the UK, for most passengers, it's the first and/or last dock on a European cruise or Atlantic crossing.
Location : Southampton has 3 cruise ship terminals all close to the City Centre, the Queen ELizabeth II 2.2 miles, the Mayflower 1.5 miles and the City Cruise Terminal 1 mile. Airport is 15-20min. away.
The Port of Stockholm is located between Copenhagen, Denmark, and St.Petersburg is the perfect starting or ending point on a Baltic cruise itinerary.
Location : Ships dock virtually right in town or, depending how busy it is at the commercial port about 15min. away. Arlanda International Airport is 45km from Stockholm.
The Port of Toulon is set in the South of France, the beautiful Var Region is a perfect year-round cruise call. Toulon is the gateway to the Rhone Valley and St.Tropez.
Location : The harbor is close to City Centre. It is situated 30min. from Toulon Airport and respectively 1hour and 1h30 from Marseille and Nice International Airports.
Hotels : See hotels in Toulon France
The Port of Trieste lies on the extreme north of the Adriatic Sea and is the gateway to the northeast region of Italy. Trieste is a perfect embarkation point for a Mediterranean journey.
Location : Cruise ships dock in the harbor of Trieste. Nearest airport is Ronchi Dei Legionari, 30km from Trieste.
The Port of Venice is one of the busiest cruise ports in the Mediterranean and offer any convenience to sail on a cruise discovering the Adriatic and the Mediterranean seas.
Location : Venice Cruise Harbor is located near the 4-km causeway that links the historic city with the mainland. The Port is just 15-20min. from Marco Polo International Airport (Venice).
The Port of Villefranche is nestled between Nice and Monte Carlo and is your gateway to the one-of-a kind French Riviera. Ideally situated for cruises in the Mediterranean.(Côte d'Azur)
Location : Cruise ships anchor in the harbor and tender passengers to a small terminal in the heart of Villefranche-sur-Mer. Nice Airport is just 30min.away.
The Port of Dubai (port Rashid) is a place of fascinating contrasts, where the East and the West meet, located in The Middle East, bordering The Gulf of Oman and The Persian Gulf.
Location : The Dubai Terminal is located at Port Rashid (the pricipal port of UAE), 15min. drive from Dubai International Airport. (Port Rashid Cruise Terminal )
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