Carnival Cruise Lines Bring ‘Magic’ Into Passenger’s On-Board Experiences!


Carnival Magic, Carnival Cruises latest ship is expected to leave the Italian shipyard on time to begin its itinerary of seven, nine and twelve day Mediterranean cruises operating round trips from Barcelona May to October 2011. Carnival magic is scheduled to run 21 round trip cruises along with a special one off nine day voyage from Venice to Barcelona departing May 1st 2011.

carnival Cruises have listened to their passenger’s needs by having the voyages start and end on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday to enable them to add on pre and post cruise stays in the vibrant city Spanish city.

Considered one of the best cruise terminals in Europe, Barcelona provides a cosmopolitan city from which their cruises will depart and return. The itinerary for Carnival Magic includes a wide attraction of first class regional cuisine, fabulous sightseeing opportunities, combined with stunning landmarks and museums for those who wish to enjoy some time exploring the beautiful Mediterranean historical towns and cities.

For the first time in three years Carnival Cruise will once again bring the delights of the Mediterranean to their passenger’s. For those new to Carnival Cruises full ranges of cruises can take advantage of Early Saver rates which go on sale today for their ship Carnival Dream, sister ship to Carnival Magic.

Building on the reputation as being the leader in family cruises, Carnival magic will include a full and very extensive range of on board activities and entertainment to appeal to families of all ages, with an emphasis on informal dining for those who prefer a more casual approach to their cruise. Not withstanding formal dining areas are also include for passengers who still love to indulge in the finer things in life along with staterooms with deluxe ocean views and two bathrooms.


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Since her first job at First Choice Holidays, Kelly has clocked up 12 years' experience in the travel industry. She specialises in cruise line news and transatlantic cruises.

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