On the 27th of June and the 11th of July, the ship Mein Schiff 2 of the TUI Cruises company will call at the Port of València. It is a cruise ship with a peninsular itinerary
The Port Authority of Valencia expects to receive international cruise ships from July onwards when the shipping companies will reorganize their routes after the lifting of the ban on the cruise industry
Tourists disembarking in Valencia will go on “bubble” excursions and will not be able to visit on their own. The shipping companies have established exhaustive protocols such as COVID-19 tests before embarkation or health checks during transit operations such as the one that will take place in València
Valenciaport, the cruise community, Generalitat Valenciana and València Turisme have worked on a diversified offer, guided experiences, and “bubble” visits to guarantee the safety of citizens and cruise tourists
The city of Valencia has lost 70 million euros due to cruise ship activity during the period when cruise ship arrivals were restricted by COVID-19
On 27 June, vessel Mein Schiff 2 of the TUI Cruises company will call at the Port of Valencia. It will be the first cruise ship to dock at the Valencian port since the central government decreed the State of Alarm and banned this activity 15 months ago. It is a cruise ship with a peninsular itinerary (cabotage cruise) and will dock at Cruise Pier 1 on 27 June and will make a second call on 11 July.