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Royal Caribbean Cruises Leaving Galveston

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Galveston is one of the busiest cities in the State of Texas.
It is home to many tourists’ attractions like the famous Schlittebahn Park, Moody Gardens and the renowned Lone Star Flight Museum. Other place to visit is The Strand, which cradles the beautiful historic establishments, huge houses, and long stretch of beach line. Galveston is an economic hub in this part of Texas and is teeming with hospitable and lively people eager to welcome travelers both local and international. It is no wonder why Royal Caribbean Cruise has chosen this city to be one of their points of departure.

There are many ships of the Royal Caribbean Cruises leaving Galveston whole year round. The city has welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors of the hosts of cruise lines of the famous Royal Caribbean. At point or the other luxury liners have brought visitors to the wonderful city of Galveston.

Royal Caribbean cruises leaving Galveston like the Rhapsody of the Seas can take the travelers to a 7-night Western Caribbean cruise. Other places to be visited are Ochos Rios in Jamaica, George Town of the beautiful Grand Cayman, Cozumel of the historic Mexico and back to where it started, to the welcoming port of Galveston.

Another Royal Caribbean Cruises leaving Galveston is the 13-night Transatlantic East Cruise. The trip will bring the tourists to destinations like Keywest, Florida; Ponta Delgada, Azores; Seville, Spain; and Barcelona, Spain. Tourists on board the Splendour of the Seas are likely to practice two different languages as they embark on a journey to the two homes of the world’s most spoken languages.

The 7-night Western Caribbean Cruise on the ship of Voyager of the Seas is another Royal Caribbean Cruises leaving Galveston, Texas. Each guest will have to enjoy every stopover that the trip makes. The ports of Cozumel Mexico is waiting travelers and will welcome them with buenas dias or bueans tardes. Vacationer can wander around Cozumel and get the feel of a Mexican way of life. After a short visit to Cozumel, Mexico the ship will proceed to Roatan. It is Honduras’ largest island of the Bay Islands. Roatan is also a famous tourist attraction because of its turquoise waters and white sugary sand beaches. This trip of the Royal Caribbean Cruises leaving Galveston includes other ports of call like Costa Maya and Yucatan, which are both in Mexico.

There are still plenty of Royal Caribbean Cruises leaving Galveston, which have been scheduled already. Reservations on these cruises however are still ongoing. Prices of the each trip varies according to accommodations, choice of cruise line, and the length of the trip which are computed on a per head scheme.
The port of Galveston is truly a wonderful point to start a trip on board a Royal Caribbean Cruise. It is a known fact, no doubt.

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