Last week I visited Marseille and Toulon in the South of France with Princess Cruises. The Royal Princess Cruise ship was docked in the Toulon port, and we experienced a day trip, just as the Princess passengers would. We visited the quaint town of La Cadière-d’Azur for lunch, enjoyed wine tasting in two vineyards and indulged in a very French meal on the Toulon port.
We visited the Ship on Friday morning, and let me tell you, it was huge!!! With 17 luxurious floors, the ship holds up to 3,500 guests. We visited the pool deck, the spa, the theatre, the gelato shop, the gym and of course we had to eat in the amazing Italian restaurant: Sabatini’s. My last blog post included some shots taken on the boat, you can also see the whole ship in my video, linked below.
Prices start from €500 and the trips can last anything from a few days to a few weeks. The ship we visited was on a Mediterranean cruise, it’s next and last stop after we left the ship was Barcelona. Some friends of ours often go on mediterranean cruises, so they’d given us lots of tips and advice about what to expect. Princess Cruises have cruise ships all over the world (you can see the full list here) other popular destinations include Mexico, the Caribbean and Scandinavia.
After this trip a cruise trip has definitely been added to my bucket list. I personally just love the fact that you’d get to see so many different places while also travelling in such a luxurious and relaxing ship.
This trip was the first trip of Summer 17 and what a way to kick-start the months ahead. My next stop is Bene-island with Benefit Cosmetics next week, then Venice and London shortly after. I have a feeling it’s going to be a good summer 🙂
Thanks for reading, I’ll be back later in the week with more fashion posts,