MSC Cruises will resume its sailing operations in Spain with the deployment of the MSC Grandiosa from June 26th in Barcelona.

From July 30th, Valencia will be added as an additional contact point.

This follows the shipping company’s recent announcements that in addition to their current and other routes confirmed in the summer in the western and eastern Mediterranean, their ships will resume operations in Germany, France and the Baltic States.

There will also be trips from the UK.

Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises, said: “When we first announced our confirmed programs for summer 2021, we indicated that we would enrich them with new ports and destinations as they become available.

“This is the case today with Spain and Barcelona, ​​so our guests can visit this great destination that has been unavailable since March last year thanks to the safe Bubble Shore Excursions we offer as part of our health and safety work protocol.

“This will make an international cruise vacation on an MSC Cruises ship easier to access for more of our guests living in Spain and for the first time on one of our most modern and innovative ships, the MSC Grandiosa.”

MSC Grandiosa offers seven-night cruises in the western Mediterranean, calling on Saturdays in Genoa, Civitavecchia / Rome, Naples, Palermo, Valletta in Malta and now Barcelona in Spain, with embarkation in Italian ports and Barcelona.

MSC Seaside also sails in the Mediterranean and since May the relaunched MSC Virtuosa has been offering cruises around the British Isles for British residents.

In the meantime, the MSC Seaview will resume its Baltic voyages from Germany on July 3rd.


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