Get your fun on

Okay, so normally you’ve got all your buttons buttoned, your socks matched and your shoes polished. Well, it’s time to let your fun side come out to play in the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Mexico, Hawaii, Alaska, Canada and New England and Europe. Think good friends, family fun and explosive laughter.

When you choose Carnival, it’s all yours for the taking – the sweet destinations, award-winning service, delicious dining, onboard activities, nighttime entertainment and spacious accommodations, all wrapped up in one imaginative floating resort. It’s time to get your fun on.

You’ll certainly be exercising your appetite all week and you’ll find lots of options on board, morning, noon and night. Go casual and make a plate exactly how you like it at the Lido deck buffet, enjoy fine cuisine with award-winning service in the main dining room or order stateroom service whenever you like.

A Carnival cruise isn’t just for adults, kids or grandparents. Carnival makes sure there’s enough love to go around, with age-appropriate programs, family amenities and plenty of options for everyone. Take a look around Carnival’s youth programs – a toddler is having her face painted, an eight-year-old is making a volcano, a preteen is on a scavenger hunt, a tween is recording karaoke, and a teen is at a pool party. And they’re all making new friends and lifetime memories.

And when you decide to recharge your batteries, there’s plenty of coziness for you. Carnival’s well-appointed staterooms are all outfitted with their dreamy Carnival Comfort Collection, featuring high-quality products specially designed for Carnival, like superb mattresses, high-thread-count linens and duvets, custom pillows, fine cotton towels and terry cloth bathrobes. Also, every stateroom has ample closet space and individual climate control.

Before you sink into a mental slumber while dreaming of your stateroom’s bed, first choose the kind of room you’d like. Interior or Ocean view? Balcony or Suite? For those travelling with family or group, Carnival offers rooms for five and connection staterooms.

Sailing June 2012, Carnival Breeze brings together all the best of her Dream class siblings Carnival Magic and Carnival Dream and a whole lot that’s new.

So many ports, lots of savings and so much fun. Carnival offers the best value in the Mediterranean. Starting June 2012, the brand new Carnival Breeze will set sail on 12-day voyages visiting Europe’s most celebrated ports such as Rome, Venice, Monaco and more. While Carnival transports you to a different city or country almost every day, you will have plenty of time to enjoy all the on-board amenities like the popular SportSquare, RedFrog Pub, Cucina del Capitano and the new-fangled BlueIguana Cantina, Guy’s Burger Joint, Thrill 5D Theatre, and more. Carnival Breeze is also packed with everything you look for in a Carnival fun ship, including experience – from youth programs for the kids to spa time for you – and a generous helping of waterslides in between.

Backpacking through Europe is great, but cruising through Europe is even better. Almost every day, Carnival will pull into a new port, giving you entry to a whole new world. Spend one day soaking up the sun on the beaches of Mallorca and another soaking up the history on the streets of Rome, all without having to worry about packing and unpacking at every stop.

Let Carnival Breeze be your port-all to Europe. Your money will go further and your fun lasts longer – all part of your Carnival cruise to Europe. For more information and to book your cruise, contact your travel agent today.


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