Transatlantic cruises

Cruises have always seemed to me a fantastic option to get to know many places in a short time and not end up with unbearable stress, since even if you visit a different city or country every day, you will be traveling comfortably in a small city that sails to take you from one place to another. other.

Among all the cruises that there are, I would choose the ocean liners , which are the ones that, as their name suggests, cross the Atlantic. All companies have at least a couple of boats for this type of cruise, which occurs very few times a year so you have to take advantage of when they leave to be able to do one.

For example, several companies have one from Barcelona or Malaga that goes to the United States, ideal if you do not like long plane trips since you will enjoy a cruise while crossing the pond. They usually go to Miami or Fort Lauderdale (both in Florida) or to New Orleans. They usually last about two weeks and stop in various places such as France, Cartagena, Malaga, Cádiz or the Canary Islands before reaching their destination. The last week of travel is all sailing since it is how long it takes to get from the Canary Islands to the United States.

Fully prepared for long trips , there are spectacular boats with plenty of shops, bars, restaurants, discos, casinos, gym, swimming pools, spa and even some of them have a running track to keep you in shape. In addition, there is also a lot of entertainment on board for all ages with various shows, cinemas and even a children’s club in which the little ones can be enjoying all day and making new friends while the parents relax and rest.