MSC Cruises ready to return to Tunisia

Four MSC vessels will call again to La Goulette from July

The Tunisian port of La Goulette will soon be welcoming back the familiar cruise ships operated by MSC. MSC Cruises CEO Pierfrancesco Vago has acknowledged that Tunisia has returned to a secure normality. From July 5, MSC Fantasia and MSC Lirica and from July 6 MSC Splendida and MSC Sinfonia will once again be calling again at the port. As an example of one of the four ships’ itineraries, MSC Lirica will now call at Genoa (Italy), Ajaccio (France), Civitavecchia (Italy), Salerno (Italy), La Goulette (Tunisia), Palma de Mallorca (Majorca, Spain), Marseille (France) and Genoa (Italy). The cruise line will also offer Tunisia as a winter destination aboard Splendida from this coming season.
Travel Agent Central
[pictured: Carthage, Tunisia]


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