January 31, 2016, 09:05 PM
River cruise that goes through Tuscany?
We are a 54 year old couple, informal by nature, who have never cruised before except for last year Amsterdam to Basel cruise.
We are not interested in either spending a lot of money on a deluxe suite or staying in a closet-size cubbyhole. We've been to most of Europe by air and land, bur since we tried this last year, we are in love with cruises. We were wondering if there is a cruise lane that includes visiting Tuscany at least for a day?
Your thoughts, and anything you've heard from others, would be appreciated. Thank you.
Richard and Angie, Miami Beach, FL
February 1, 2016, 05:12 AM
Oh for sure! There are many cruises in the Mediterranean - there are many with different stops, the ones that stop in Tuscany stop in the port of Livorno (translated into Leghorn in English) and there are many offshore excursions into Florence and Tuscany (and not just those offered by the cruise line, such as these offered by local agencies - http://www.partner.viator.com/en/835...y-Florence/ttd )