Frommer's European Cruises and Ports of Call

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Wiley, Jun 7, 2006 - Travel - 402 pages
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Frommer’s European Cruises & Ports of Call covers more than two dozen American and European cruise lines and about 80 ships, with full details on itineraries, rates, cabins, crews, cuisine, activities and entertainment, children's programs, pools and spas, fitness facilities, passenger profiles, and more.

There’s complete coverage of 45 European ports of call, from the Mediterranean to northern Europe to the British Isles, discussing attractions close to the port, the best excursions (both organized and on your own), and the best shopping buys.

You’ll also get valuable tips on booking your cruise at the best price and getting a good deal on air travel to and from Europe.

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A very informative book for Cruise dummies

User Review  - yeungandann -

I am going on a Western Mediterranean cruise soon on the Norwegian Dream. The book tells you how to book a good cabin on the ship, and contains many information on ports of call and the different cruise lines. Highly recommended. Read full review

Great travel book!

User Review  - sarah278 -

This is a very easy, comprehensive book that makes sense out of an often confusing travel topic.... Europe! Tells you what you really want to know, not just what you should see, but most importantly ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Each Frommer's guide is personally researched and thoroughly updated by a single author or a small team—unlike Fodor’s, which compiles their guides on an assembly line. Our approach gives our guides a fun, personal tone and a real person’s judgments you can trust. Fran Wenograd Golden is the cruise columnist at and is author of Cruise Vacations for Dummies. She is also co-author of Frommer’s Alaska Cruises and Ports of Call.

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