In travel news for November 15, 2023 we talk about Royal Caribbean's exciting European cruises for summer 2025, HX unveils impressive 2025-2026 itineraries and rebranding plans, and AmaWaterways celebrates black history and culture on the rivers of Europe and the Middle East.
Royal Caribbean's Exciting European Cruises for Summer 2025
Royal Caribbean International announces its 2025 lineup of European cruises, featuring six ships on various itineraries ranging from 2 to 12 nights. Destinations include Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Portugal, Turkey, and Cyprus. Highlights include cultural landmarks, scenic beauty, and diverse onboard experiences, from adventure activities to world-class dining and entertainment. The cruises promise a mix of exploration and relaxation, making them ideal for a variety of travelers.
HX Unveils Exciting 2025-2026 Itineraries and Rebranding Plans
Hurtigruten Cruises, soon to be rebranded as HX, has announced its 2025-2026 season with over 80 itineraries across five continents, focusing on expedition regions such as Alaska, Antarctica, Greenland, and the Northwest Passage. The cruise line is also expanding into warm water destinations following successful seasons in West Africa and the Galápagos. Alongside this expansion, HX is starting the rebranding in December 2023 to reflect its commitment to sustainability and adventure travel.
AmaWaterways Celebrating Black History and Culture on the Rivers
AmaWaterways has expanded its Soulful Experience river cruises for 2024, focusing on Black history and culture. The itineraries include the Enticing Douro in Portugal, Colors of Provence in France, and Secrets of Egypt & The Nile. These cruises offer culturally rich experiences, authentic local interactions, and a focus on celebrating Black heritage, making them a unique choice for travelers interested in cultural and heritage tourism.