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Caribbean - Montego Bay

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Cruise destination: Montego Bay

Montego Bay, known as “Mo' Bay” to the locals, is Jamaica's second largest community. Gorgeous white-sand beaches and mangrove wetlands surround the old town, which rests at the bottom of lush green mountains. Montego Bay offers the best of the Caribbean, including beautiful Georgian architecture in the historic town of Falmouth. Surround yourself with the essence of Jamaica in the island's friendliest city.

Caribbean - Grand Turk

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Carnival Conquest destination: Caribbean - Grand Turk
Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos, may be small, but it’s packed with scenic punch and historic charm. Carnival® cruises to Grand Turk deliver you to an enchanted island outpost dotted with old windmills, grassy trails, and picture-perfect beaches. Discover an oasis of green set in aquamarine seas ringed by a pristine coral reef and the steep wall of the continental shelf with cruises to Grand Turk.
  • Swim in the sparkling turquoise seas off Governor’s Beach.
  • Snorkel…

Europe - Las Palmas

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Cruise destination: Las Palmas

Surrounded by two long stretches of beach, Las Palmas is the place where tradition meets modernity. Known for having one of the best climates in the world, Las Palmas is the place to enjoy some time in the sun — with beaches, nightlife and culture galore — or have some fun exploring the historical sites. Visit the spot where Christopher Columbus began each of his voyages to the Americas, and discover for yourself everything Las Palmas has to offer.

Europe - Marseilles

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Cruise destination: Marseilles

Located on the southeastern coast of France, this friendly city serves as a major port, providing France access to the Mediterranean Sea and vice versa. In the 1950s, Marseilles was the entrance point for many Algerian immigrants, which led to the rise of the city as a cosmopolitan society, lending cultural variety in the form of theater, food, art and music. Enjoy the beautiful architecture and city's natural beauty when you stride along Marseille's main street La Canabiere lined with cafes and…