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Old September 2nd, 2008, 06:02 PM
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Default 13 day Western Europe

I am booking this cruise for next September. This is on the Carnival Liberty. If anyone has done this cruise and can give me any tips, advice, guidance, I would be grateful.
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Old September 2nd, 2008, 06:34 PM
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Might be helpful if you list the ports
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Old September 3rd, 2008, 10:38 AM
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Here is my guess Sept 6, 2009 cruise I show:

Southampton (london), England --
Paris (le Havre), France
At Sea -- --
Vigo, Spain
At Sea -- --
Lisbon, Portugal
At Sea -- --
Cadiz (seville), Spain
Malaga, Spain
Barcelona, Spain
Cannes, France
Livorno (florence), Italy
Civitavecchia (rome), Italy
All the ports in bold I have been to and I can try and answer questions about. We took the train from Rome to Venice for about 55 Euro Per person I would reccommend this. We had budget hotels in Rome and Venice.
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I have never sailed with Carnival; however I have been to most of the ports on this itinerary. Paris is great; the eiffel tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame, Arch of Triumph. all of these are worth seeing. In Malaga Spain, if you like art, this was Pablo Picasso's home, his family runs a art museum which is great, Rome has everything to see and do; Florence the one attraction would be David's statue, which is downtown. Lisbon is nice and has good shopping. That's about it, I probably have forgotten something; if I remember I will post it.
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