Costa Cruises: The program for the 2025 season has been determined

Costa Cruises: The program for the 2025 season has been determined

November 14, 2023 – Costa Cruises has presented the program for the 2025 season. The traditional shipping company offers its guests one from April to the end of November 2025 offers an impressive selection of itineraries in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe. Two ships, the Costa Favolosa and the Costa Diadema, will be positioned in Germany.

In 2025, the proven Italian cruise operator Costa Crociere will focus on the Mediterranean and Northern Europe. The shipping company is also increasing its commitment to the German market: the Costa Favolosa is taking cruises from Hamburg and the Costa Diadema is sailing from Kiel.

Costa activities in the Western Mediterranean

There are three ships sailing in the western Mediterranean in the 2025 season: the flagship Costa Toscana, the sister ship Costa Smeralda and the Costa Pacifica. The ships sail to destinations in Italy, Spain and France on week-long routes.

The Costa Smeralda will undertake trips from Genoa to Marseille, Barcelona, ​​Cagliari, Naples and Civitavecchia/Rome on Fridays from April 4, 2025.

 The Costa Toscana will tour from Savona to Marseille, Barcelona, ​​Palma de Mallorca, Palermo and Civitavecchia/Rome from April 5, 2025, initially on Saturdays and from the end of May on Sundays. In the summer season, Ibiza replaces the stop in Palma de Mallorca.

Costa Toscana in front of Dubai's skylineCosta Toscana in front of Dubai's skyline

The Costa Pacifica starts every Saturday from Savona on week-long tours to Toulon from May 10, 2025. Further stops are Valencia, Palma de Mallorca, Olbia and Civitavecchia/Rome. In the fall, Naples replaces Olbia in the itinerary.

The Costa Pacifica's summer program has two more highlights in store: On June 21st and August 30th, the Costa Pacifica starts a two-week exploration tour from Savona. In addition to the “classics” of the western Mediterranean, the Costa Pacifica visits the most beautiful destinations in the eastern Mediterranean. The itinerary: via Toulon, Valencia and Palma de Mallorca to the Greek islands of Kefalonia, Mykonos, Santorini and Crete. On the way back, Sicily with Palermo, Sardinia with Olbia and Civitavecchia/Rome round off the program.

Costa activities in the Eastern Mediterranean

In the eastern Mediterranean the Costa Deliziosa two week-long itineraries that can be combined with each other. Itinerary 1 leads from Marghera/Venice or Trieste to Greece and Croatia. Individual destinations are Corfu, Zakynthos (new to the program), Katakolon/Olympia as well as Dubrovnik and Split. On some routes Zakynthos is replaced by Kotor in Montenegro. Itinerary 2 leads to the Greek islands of Santorini and Mykonos as well as to Katakolon/Olympia.

The Costa Fascinosa and Costa Fortuna also cruise in the eastern Mediterranean. Costa Fascinosa operates week-long cruises between Sicily, Puglia, Greece and Malta; The Costa Fortuna sails from Istanbul to the Greek islands of Mykonos, Crete, Rhodes and Santorini.

Costa activities in Northern Europe

Costa will station two ships in Germany in the summer of 2025, the Costa Favolosa and the Costa Diadema.

Costa Favolosa in MálagaCosta Favolosa in Málaga

The Costa Diadema undertakes week-long cruises from Kiel to Copenhagen and the Norwegian fjords.

The Costa Favolosa presents six different travel routes. The starting point of the cruises is Hamburg. The route lists include Greenland, Iceland, the North Cape, England and Norway. Svalbard and Scotland are also destinations.

Costa mini cruises and voyages of discovery

Three or four day mini cruises operate in the Western Mediterranean in spring and autumn with the following ships: Costa Favolosa, Costa Pacifica, Costa Fascinosa, Costa Fortuna and Costa Diadema.

Longer expeditions are also on the program in spring and autumn. Destinations are Portugal, the Canary Islands or the Azores. Trips take you to Morocco, Turkey or Egypt.

All cruises can be booked now.

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