- New embarkation port - Trieste, Italy
- New destination in Sicily - Siracusa
- New itineraries feature most popular ports with MSC Cruises guests
Geneva, Switzerland – 20 September, 2019 – With this year’s summer holiday memories already fading and with Autumn just around the corner, this is the best time to start planning for next year’s get away. Fortunately, MSC Cruises has an incredible choice of summer holidays and each year aims to offer new and innovative itineraries to inspire! A cruise is a great way to visit multiple countries in one trip, all without unpacking a suitcase and from May 2020, MSC Lirica is offering guests two unique new itineraries that cannot be missed!
Italy, Croatia, Greece, Montenegro: May 8 to June 12 and from September 18 to October 23, 2020
MSC Lirica will offer a 7-night cruise featuring the Gems of the Adriatic Sea departing Venice, Italy on Friday, then on to Dubrovnik, Croatia, Corfu and Cefalonia in Greece, Kotor, Montenegro, Split, Croatia before heading to a NEW embarkation port in Trieste, Italy for MSC Cruises from summer 2020, The ship will have longer calls in port in Dubrovnik, Split, Corfu, Cefalonia, and Kotor – giving guests even more time ashore to explore and discover these beautiful destinations.
NEW: First time that MSC Cruises has offered a cruise from Venice, calling Malta and Sicily.: 22 June to September 7, 2020
MSC Lirica will offer 7-night cruises that feature two of the most popular ports for MSC Cruises guests – Malta, Valetta was ranked number one and Dubrovnik, Croatia also features in the top ten. Departing from Venice on Mondays, MSC Lirica then reaches Dubrovnik - Croatia's most popular cruise destination. The ship then calls at the Greek islands of Corfu and Cefalonia before reaching the port of Valetta in Malta. The final call is The Archaeological Park of Syracusein Italy – a brand NEW destination for MSC Cruises.
MSC Lirica offers a distinctive cruise experience centred on elegance, comfort and hospitality with 992 guest cabins. An atmosphere of relaxed spaciousness pervades, with magnificent internal vistas from the foyer and unimpeded ocean views from the lounges’ floor-to-ceiling picture windows. There is a choice of lounges and bars including the glamourous Beverly Hills Bar or traditional English-style Lord Nelson Pub, the perfect haven for a pre-theatre drink. For families, there is a children’s play area created in collaboration with LEGO Group and Chicco as well as a spray park and two swimming pools plus a full programme of activities for kids of all ages.
The MSC Aurea Spa offers a haven for those wishing to unwind whilst in the evening, the Broadway Theatre offers entertainment each night. And with two main restaurants, a buffet and the popular Kaito Sushi Bar, guests have a choice of formal or more casual dining options.
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