12-nt Europe Carnival Pride
|Day||Ports of Call||Arrival||Departure|
|1||Dover, England||-||5:00 PM|
|3||Copenhagen, Denmark||8:00 AM||5:00 PM|
|4||Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany||7:30 AM||11:00 PM|
|6||Tallinn, Estonia||9:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|7||Helsinki, Finland||7:00 AM||4:00 PM|
|8||Nynashamn (Stockholm), Sweden||8:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|10||Kiel, Germany||7:00 AM||4:00 PM|
|11||Gothenburg, Sweden||8:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|13||Dover, England||5:00 AM||-|
Beginning August 4th, Carnival Cruise Lines has removed COVID-19 testing requirements on cruise durations of 5nts or less.
Carnival Pride charms, alright — it’s a treat for the eyes, the taste buds… and of course the fun buds.
Dine refined, from the zen-like simplicity of Bonsai Sushi to the muted hues of the Normandie Restaurant… not to mention the Renaissance-era allure of David’s Steakhouse. And of course there’s real, delectable substance under all that style. For something a little more casual, try a main course from Guy Fieri at Guy’s Burger Joint. The Mexican heat’s optional at BlueIguana Cantina, but make your next stop Cherry on Top — a candy-and-more store — where the sweet’s required.
You’ll find yourself with room to move at Beauties Dance Club, and a hard time sitting still at Playlist Productions. All around this cruise ship you’ll discover even more ways to stay cool, like an adult-only pool at Serenity, a fun-only midship pool featuring a retractable roof and Carnival Pride's splashy onboard waterpark, Carnival WaterWorks. Alongside the pool is the big-fun Carnival Seaside Theater, while Seuss at Sea is a good time for those who love a good rhyme. Camp Ocean, Circle “C” and Club O2 prove that they’ve got hotspots for all the cool kids… while at Hasbro, The Game Show, kids and adults join forces in a friendly, larger-than-life game show showdown!
Please note the U.S. government’s Travel Advisory as of January 23, 2022:
Do not travel to Russia due to ongoing tension along the border with Ukraine, the potential for harassment against U.S. citizens, the embassy’s limited ability to assist U.S. citizens in Russia, COVID-19 and related entry restrictions, terrorism, harassment by Russian government security officials, and the arbitrary enforcement of local law.