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Miami Cruise Terminal and Port of Miami

The Port of Miami, also called Dante B. Fascell, is located in Florida, United States. Over time, Miami Cruise Terminal has won appreciation, becoming the Cruise Capital of the World and the Cargo Gateway of the Americas. Most well-known cruise lines organize cruise departures from it, and its terminals are continuously modernized. Miami, its host [...]

Cruises from Southampton 2012

  Southampton is an important port from southern England region. It has many tourist attractions with a marine theme – this includes the Maritime Museum which has exhibits showing the history of Southampton port, and also has an exhibition about the Titanic.     Cruises from Southampton 2012 There are a total of 90 different [...]

Barcelona Cruise Terminal – Gateway for Mediterranean, Scandinavia and Transatlantic Cruises

For many, Barcelona is the first city in Spain, even though many locals would say that it does not represent Spain at all. With its famous streets, Las Ramblas, the Gaudi style architecture and its many art galleries and exciting touristic attractions, there is always something new to do in Barcelona. (Image by budgetplaces.com) Barcelona [...]

Fort Lauderdale Cruise Terminal – Port Everglades

Port Everglades or the Fort Lauderdale Cruise Terminal is located in Fort Lauderdale, also known as the American Venice. It is situated on the Atlantic coast in Florida, United States. Because the city’s network of channels, it is likened to the Italian town, making it a tourism attraction. (Image by roger4336) It is a vibrant [...]