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Mediterranean Cruise

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If you have never gone on a cruise with Pullmantur and you wonder how it will be the experience of touring part of the Mediterranean and some of its main ports on board a luxury ship, soon I can tell you first hand.

That's right, in Viajablog We have received an invitation from the Pullmantur press office to board the Zenith cruise with a group of journalists and enjoy the navigation and stopover program known as "Egypt and the Holy Land" (eight days and seven nights duration). On Monday morning at the Barajas airport I meet with the rest of the companions of the specialized press (honestly, I never thought I would write that phrase!) And from there we left for Athens, where we embarked.

The ship's route includes stops in Alexandria (Egypt), Port Said (Egypt), Ashdod (Israel) and Haifa (Israel), Limassol (Cyprus), Rhodes and has landing in Athens, from where it flies back to Spain. It is a journey through the past to the place where Western civilization and culture was born. It is an area that I already know first hand, but with backpack on shoulder, not aboard a ship with 720 cabins and a capacity for 1,828 passengers.

In mid-October, on the return of the cruise and a personal trip to Barcelona, ​​I will tell you how it went without doubt, luxury!

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