TIRANA, October 13
Good news is in the southern city of Saranda as the global cruise line MSC Cruises has announced that it will drop anchor in the city’s bay on a weekly basis as of April 2017. The company has announced its 2017 itineraries in the Mediterranean, as well as the Caribbean and the Antilles itineraries for the 2017-2018 winter season and the newest destinations that the cruise ships will visit.
Starting from April 2017 MSC Poesia and its guest that will depart on their Mediterranean tour will be the first MSC to visit Saranda and explore the Albanian Riviera.
“Also new for the summer season is the addition of the historic port of Saranda in Albania. Steeped in history, the town was founded in the 6th Century B.C. and guests can either learn about the region’s past or visit the Blue Eye Spring or enjoy the beauties of this natural park,” says at the official website of the company.
The Mediterranean itinerary includes seven destinations at seven days and besides Venice and Saranda the cruise ship will visit Bari, Italy; Katakolon/Olympia, Mykonos, and Athens/Piraeus in Greece; and Dubrovnik in Croatia.
News Source: Travel Agent Central
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