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If you’ve always wanted to cruise to the Mediterranean, see what it’s like on this tour of some of the top Mediterranean cruise ports guided by Celebrity Cruise Destination Concierge Jovan Kaludjerovic.

Ports of call on a Mediterranean cruise are well-loved for their art, history, culture, and cuisine. Add in beautiful sunny days, calm seas, and spectacular coastal views, and you have the makings of the cruise vacation of your dreams.

Watch and listen as Jovan describes some of the best Mediterranean cruise ports you’ll visit when you book a Celebrity cruise vacation.

Love of life, lots of laughter, and late-night dining are just a few of the things you’ll find on a visit to sunny Spain. Visit Barcelona’s famously unfinished La Sagrada Familia, then enjoy the art of tapas. Relax in Palma de Mallorca, cook paella on a shore excursion in Valencia, and shop at the Mercado Central.

In Lisbon, Portugal, golden Atlantic beaches, fresh seafood, and cobblestone streets wait to be explored.

Renaissance art, ancient history, and spectacular views at every turn are why Italy is a beloved Mediterranean cruise destination. The Colosseum in Rome, the iconic canals of Venice, romantic Portofino and Capri, Mt. Vesuvius and the destroyed city of Pompeii near Naples, and the art of relaxed dining are just a few of the jewels in Italy’s crown.

The captivating fields of lavender in Provence, shopping and resorts of Nice, glitz and glamour of the French Riviera, fishing lore in the old town of Marseille and, of course, the romance of the City of Light, Paris, capture the hearts of many a cruise passenger.

Tour the Prince of Monaco’s palace and try your luck at the famous gaming tables at Casino de Monte Carlo during a port of call in Monaco.

Glorious Greece and the sun-drenched Greek Isles are mystical, magical and must-see stops on any Mediterranean cruise itinerary. See the Parthenon in Athens and feast on traditional Greek favorites in family tavernas. In Santorini and Mykonos, the sky and water vie with the blue-painted roofs for your eye’s attention.

On a port of call in Dubrovnik, Croatia, the walled Old City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with gorgeous views of the Adriatic. Nicknamed “the pearl of the Adriatic,” it’s known for its friendly people.

Before you sail, read our guide on what to pack for a Mediterranean cruise.

If you’re ready to book a luxury Mediterranean cruise vacation on Celebrity, browse our cruise itineraries online, then book your cruise on our convenient booking platform or speak to a cruise vacation specialist.


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