Princess Cruises Galveston

A popular cruise from Galveston with Princess ships includes a 7-day Western Caribbean trip. This Princess Cruise from Galveston visits ports of call in Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico, Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands and Belize City in Belize. Princess Cruise Line Galveston trips may also includes visits to Europe. Instead of departing from this port in Texas, these 17-day Princess Cruises to Galveston begin in Rome, Italy before visiting European destinations in France, Portugal, Spain and the West End of the Bahamas. A Princess Cruise Line Galveston voyage often sets sail on the Grand Princess ship, which is noted for top dining venues, diverse entertainment options and gracious service accommodations while cruising the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.

Whether it's time well spent in the Western Caribbean or Europe, Princess Cruises from or to Galveston are the perfect tools for crafting a wonderful family vacation, group outing or solo expedition.

Princess Cruises Galveston - Caribbean Cruise from Galveston with Princess

A seven-day Western Caribbean cruise from Galveston with Princess begins by spending a day at sea before visiting Costa Maya. Famous for its Mayan ruins and history, Costa Maya bustles with exciting shore excursions. Tour the countryside via a guided horseback ride or roll out in a dune buggy ride on the coastline during your Princess Cruise from Galveston to Costa Maya.

After spending a day in Costa Maya, this Princess Cruise from Galveston visits Belize City, which is the largest city in Belize. Travel the banks of the royal Olde Belize River and visit the Community Baboon and Howler Monkey sanctuary during this cruise from Galveston with Princess. For those people looking for some more active involvement, go bottom fishing on a custom made boat or take an exhilarating speedboat adventure past a coral reef.

This Western Caribbean Princess Cruise Line Galveston voyage then visits Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands. Popular excursions in Grand Cayman include visits to a turtle farm and Stingray City, where guests can feed and touch these unique water creatures. From here, this Western Caribbean Princess Cruise from Galveston travels to Cozumel, Mexico.

Passengers on a cruise from Galveston with Princess often use Cozumel as a main point to begin scuba diving lessons while other guests prefer kayaking, biking and walking expeditions on this island. Other interesting activities during a cruise from Galveston with Princess include a three hour opportunity to swim with dolphins, a 3-hour all-terrain vehicle ride through the Cozumel jungle or a five hour Mexican cuisine and cooking class.

These Princess Cruises from Galveston to the Western Caribbean are expected to set sail from January through early April in 2006. Furthermore, these Princess Cruise Line Galveston trips take place on the Grand Princess vessel, which will be discussed later.

Princess Cruises Galveston - Princess Cruise Line to Galveston from Europe

While the Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston with Princess is very popular, this line also offers a European cruise which eventually ends in this Texas port. This 17-day Princess cruise to Galveston begins in Rome before visiting Florence and Pisa in Italy. These Princess Cruises to Galveston from Europe then travel to Cannes, France, Barcelona, Spain, Lisbon and the Azores Islands in Portugal and Bermuda in the West End. This Princess Cruise to Galveston then visits Fort Lauderdale, Florida before reaching this desired port in Texas.

Famous for the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican, Rome bustles with activity during a Princess Cruise to Galveston from Europe. Travel past St. Peter's Basilica and Nero's Golden House and Coliseum via the Roma Express, a high powered train specifically designed for guests on cruise ships. Cannes is famous for its yearly film festival while its neighbor Nice bustles with pristine beaches. Renowned for its running of the bulls, Barcelona is an adventurer's paradise.

With swaying palm trees, beautiful sun and inviting waters, Bermuda is a great place to relax on a beach or engage in numerous water activities. Whether it's scuba diving, sailing or even swimming with dolphins, Bermuda has got it all.

In the past, this European Princess Cruise to Galveston has sailed the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean via the Grand Princess ship during the month of November.

Princess Cruises Galveston - Princess Cruise Line Galveston Grand Princess

The Princess Cruise Line Galveston Grand Princess ship can accommodate over 2600 guests. The Princess Cruise Line Galveston Grand Princess offers a variety of staterooms, from interior and ocean view rooms to many different suites. Accommodations on this wonderful liner are comparable to a luxury, five-star hotel. Besides leaving chocolates on your pillows at night, this ship's accommodations are enhanced by 24-hour room service. The Grand Princess contains a variety of activities onboard via its sports bar, art gallery, nine-hole putting course, four swimming pools, three dining rooms, two specialty restaurants, three show lounges, a 24-hour Internet café and its very own casino.

Princess Cruises Galveston - Princess Cruise Line Galveston Port

Once the principal southwest port in the 19th century, Galveston once again bustles on the water. Whether it's prior to or after a cruise from Galveston with Princess, guests can engage in some wonderful activities in a city which has recently become a popular vacation destination because of its many beach resorts. Noted for the southern hospitality of its residents, this city offers visitors on a cruise from Galveston with Princess a wonderful opportunity to visit the Space Center in nearby Houston. Guests from Princess Cruises to Galveston can also explore the Moody Gardens, a 10-story pyramid of rainforests and different habitats which feature sharks, seals and tropical birds.

Princess Cruises Galveston - Discounts

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