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Europe - Rome

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Cruise destination: Rome

Rome is said to be the cradle of western civilization, and the seaport of Civitavecchia is your key to Rome. The Vatican's Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum with its lurid history, and of course, the Trevi Fountain — where a tossed coin promises your return — are not to be missed on any visit to the “Eternal City.” Take a walking tour of its many historical landmarks and enjoy the convivial sidewalk cafés. There is no doubt you'll take to heart the meaning of la dolce vita (“the sweet life”) when…

Europe - Venice

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Cruise destination: Venice

No city in the world is as dazzlingly different as Venice, a seaport built on more than 100 islands. In this magnificent Renaissance realm of canals, bridges and merchants on the Adriatic, gondoliers stand up to sing while they row. Even the buses are boats! You'll never forget the thrill of your first magical moments in St. Mark's Square or being part of the never-ending aquatic parade along Venice's Grand Canal.

Caribbean - St. Croix

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Carnival Conquest destination: Caribbean - St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands

St. Croix, the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is a tropical dreamland complete with stunning beaches, clear aqua-blue ocean water, a small rain forest and rolling green hillsides. The Danes purchased St. Croix in the 1700s at which time the slave trade and sugar cane fields thrived. Today, the Danish influence is still apparent in the island's architecture and language. Most of the sugar mills lie in ruins. Yet you can still get a taste of the island's history in freshly squeezed sugar cane…

Europe - Malaga

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Cruise destination: Malaga

Malaga is believed to be one of the oldest cities in the world, having been inhabited for the last 2,700 years. This should come as no surprise; who would want to leave a location featuring the warmest winters you'll find in Europe… and mild summers to match? This Mediterranean seaport boasts all of these, and historical sites to see, including the Alcazaba, a Moorish castle begun in the 11th century, and the Cathedral, renowned for its two chapels and impressive choir stalls. Also worth a visit…