Costa Cruises has a very wide variety of cruise types and destinations. The company has cruises to destinations all over the world and a fleet of 15 cruise ships, as of February 2015Continue Reading
Cruise types range from short excursions with daily port stops to cruises that last for a week or more. Cruises are sometimes packaged with overland trips and tours. Amenities vary somewhat by ship, but some ships have on-board shopping and a casino area for passengers over the age of 18. Every cabin on each ship has air conditioning, satellite TV, a private bathroom and a minibar.
Cruise types and ports of call vary widely between ports of departure. Since Costa Cruises offers trips to such a large variety of destinations, it's easier to list the ports that they can be boarded from. In the United States, Costa Cruises depart exclusively from Florida in the cities of Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Europe has the widest range of options with departures from Amsterdam, Barcelona, Civitavecchia, Copenhagen and Hamburg, as well as Kiel, Marseille, Palma de Mallorca, Port Louis, Port Mahon and Savona. Other popular locations out of Europe include Stockholm, Trieste and Venice. Departure cities in South America include Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio de Janiero and Santos. There are also departures from Cape Town, Dubai and Guadeloupe.Learn more about Geography