Just about everyone will agree one of the most important aspects of a vacation are the views, particularly those that knock your socks off.
Those cruisers who have already seen Rome and just can’t bear to take the 1.5-hour trip there and back from the port of Civitavecchia should absolutely consider a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Tarquinia and Cerveteri, two Etruscan cemeteries reflecting two very different burial practices.
It took five trips in Italy to finally make it to the island of my dreams, Capri. Something always seemed to get in the way, so when I found out the Silver Muse made a stop at Sorrento on my sailing, the very first thing I did was line up a private tour guide to make the most of our day there.
On all luxury cruise ships, public spaces are of the utmost importance since they are the places you’ll spend much of your waking hours, particularly on sea days. And Silver Muse does not in any way disappoint.
Signature dining is a big deal on the Silver Muse, particularly since there is no main dining room to speak of. So do your homework (or have your travel advisor do it for you) and make nightly dining reservations before your cruise begins.
Don’t you just love a brand new ultra-luxurious ship with superior service, outstanding cuisine, and the very best of ambience? All this and more can be found on Silver Muse, Silversea’s newest flagship.
If you think you’ve seen beautiful restaurants onboard luxury cruise ships, think again.
It’s easy to become overwhelmed with the extravagant details onboard the Regent Seven Seas Explorer—the $500,000, three-ton, hand-cast bronze sculpture outside the Pacific Rim restaurant; enough marble onboard, half of it Carrera, to cover a football field; Eduardo Arranz-Bravo paintings in the lobby; a Chagall and Picasso in the Prime 7 steakhouse—but why? All you need do is look around to know that everything you see is only the very best.