Brazil To Lift Ban And Welcome Cruise Ships in November

0 shares Brazil will finally allow cruise ships back into its waters starting in November, after months of failed negotiations.  “We’ll have cruises this year: the cruise season is authorized,” said Brazil’s Minister of Tourism on a social media platform. The news should please major operators who complained that Brazil’s…

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Discover Cairo

Cairo is a big, dirty, historic, fascinating city in northern Africa and one not to be missed.  We loved discovering Cairo and all it had to offer. It’s one of the oldest cities in the world with legends both biblical and modern woven into its founding. Sitting on the legendary…

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Royal Caribbean Plans To Be Sailing With 39 Cruise Ships by November 1

0 shares Travelers may get footloose and fancy-free on the seas. Royal Caribbean Group’s 39 cruise vessels return to service on November 1. Royal Caribbean group consists of several brands, and they encompass different ports and markets. The Royal Caribbean International brand plans a bullish launch in October with the…

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Malaga Port To Welcome 17 Cruise Ships in September

0 shares Malaga, Spain is preparing to welcome back 17 cruise ships to its shores in September. AIDAstella was the first one to reach the port of Malaga and other sister ships will be visiting throughout the month. The tourism sector expects to get a boost with this new batch…

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