Norwegian Cruise Line is once again taking the initiative when it comes to setting the trend for contemporary cruising. It has long been an innovator, changing the face of holidays at sea. And now it’s taking innovation to new levels, bringing the popular trend of all-inclusive holidays to the premium global cruise sector – another first for Norwegian.
Premium All Inclusive, the exciting new way to cruise, has already rolled out in several key European markets to great acclaim from guests. They appreciate the added value and the enhanced feeling of freedom and relaxation they experience when what once were extras are now taken care of.
To celebrate the launch of Premium All Inclusive, Norwegian Cruise Line is giving a family of four (two adults and two children aged 11 or under) the chance to discover the wonders of the western Mediterranean on a seven-night fly-cruise on the Norwegian Epic from Barcelona (shown here on the left). The cruise takes in Naples, Rome, Florence and Pisa and Cannes, finishing in the glorious city of Palma, before sailing back to Barcelona for your flight home.
The Norwegian Epic, one of Norwegian’s newest ships, has revolutionised contemporary cruising, bringing a unique blend of innovation, excitement, fun and freedom. And thanks to the ship’s wide range of complimentary and specialty restaurants, your culinary choices will know no bounds. There are over 20 dining options, including specialty restaurants which offer globally inspired tastes. Plus, the two main dining rooms offer a menu that changes daily, chef’s signature dishes and carefully selected wines, guaranteeing a different foodie adventure with every visit.
On board the Norwegian Epic, every moment brings a new opportunity to do something fun, inspiring and even wild. Kids love the thrilling Aqua Park and two-level sports complex, while parents adore luxurious Mandara Spa®. Rock the night away at the Cavern Club and catch Broadway blockbuster Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical.
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