Cruise tourism is one of the most sought after and fastest growing tourism segment in the world, since it allows combining all the comforts of a hotel with the unbeatable thrill of traveling and seeing several different places in a short time. Currently there are cruises to suit all tastes and budgets, as the popular Mediterranean cruises, some are developed between Spain and North African ports including Sicily, and others dedicated to the Greek islands, the Turkish ports and more.
From the point of view Italy cruises really is a privileged country, and has many impressive transatlantic ports to receive and true floating hotels, such as Livorno, Civitavecchia, Rome, Naples, Palermo and Sicily. In particular the Italian public is especially enthusiastic about the cruise, in fact, the port of Civitavecchia, in the beautiful city of Rome, it saw in 2011 over one million cruise passengers and total boarding and landings cruise in all Italian ports during 2011 exceeded 11 million movements.
Within the movement of Europe cruises has hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic followers, the Mediterranean cruises are the most chosen, surpassing today’s sophisticated cruise to the Caribbean, and Spain is emerging as a real power, and that 12.5% of international tourists visited this country in 2011 were cruise passengers!
To know everything about the movement cruiser, the Internet offers a number of interesting sites with lots of information and data about the ship and its amenities for travelers, tour packages and more so that travelers can organize their own cruise online www.cruceros.com. For example, you can find interesting articles about cruise ships generally cruise information, traveler forums and lovers of boats, information about the design of ships and options to share life on board as the sophisticated cruise cargo ships.