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This summer Costa neoRiviera and Costa neoRomantica are operating 'slow cruises' to less visited destinations in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, including some that give access to UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The 12-day Mediterranean route operated by Costa neoRiviera until September features Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, Capri, Malta and Elba, as well as the Amalfi Coast, the Ligurian Riviera and the Côte d’Azur. Costa neoRiviera is calling at Savona, Toulon (France), Propriano (Corsica), Olbia (Sardinia), Trapani (Sicily), Malta, Salerno, Capri and Portoferraio (Elba). Excursions include Costa Smeralda, San Vito lo Capo, Positano, Amalfi, Portofino and the island of Favignana.
Costa neoRomantica is operating 13- to 15-day summer cruises from Amsterdam to the Baltic and the Norwegian Fjords and beyond the North Cape into the Arctic. The Baltic itinerary includes cities like St. Petersburg, where the ship spends two days, and Helsinki, Rønne (on the Danish island of Bornholm), Tallinn (Estonia), Stockholm, Visby (on the Swedish island of Gotland) and Copenhagen.
The Norwegian Fjords/North Cape itinerary takes in Hellesylt, Geiranger, Trondheim, Tromsø, the Lofoten Islands, Olden and Bergen. A one-off cruise departing from Amsterdam on July 7 heads beyond the Arctic Circle to Norway's Svalbard Islands.
In autumn both Costa neoCollection ships will be deployed in the Mediterranean on 11-day cruises.