One of the oldest ways of travelling is making its comeback with a new line of luxurious cruising ships, and the Adriatic is one of the most tempting destinations in Europe. With the internet, satellite phone and other means of communication allowing businesses to go mobile, even the workaholics can allow themselves a prolonged vacation on board of these giant floating buildings. As for those who want just the opposite, to be disconnected, there’s plenty to do a board a cruising ship not to notice a few weeks trip: casinos, swimming pools, entertainers and many others.

A lot of the destinations are unreachable by car or by plane, so the sense of adventure will be at high level. The Adriatic Sea has over a thousand islands to explore and some of the best cities on the continent. Places like Ravenna, Venice, Pula, Split, Dubrovnik, Trogir, Bari, Budva are just some places around this part of the Mediterranean Sea, which opens to an immense range of possibilities, from Gibraltar to Istanbul, through tourist magnets from Spain, France, Italy, Greece, North Africa or the Middle East. With such various possible routes, prices of a cruise range from 500 to 5000 dollars, depending not only on the duration, but also on the luxury class of the boat.


Noordam is a boat that can guest almost two thousand passengers, serviced and entertained by eight hundred cruise members. The cabins are not inferior to hotel rooms, with complete furniture and even museum quality paintings. The luxury in its numerous restaurants, casinos, pools and sunbathing deck or fitness center is just stunning. Oriana is another cruising boat that sports three decks packed with relaxations facilities.

For luxury travel means like these, Dubrovnik is an ideal destination, with its Mediterranean cuisine and its untouched citadel inside which you can find Venetian, Gothic and Renaissance art.

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