LONDON, June 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Each spring, the Cannes Film Festival brings red-carpet glamour to the French Riviera - and inspires a host of holidays. What better way to travel the French Riviera than aboard a luxurious sea liner? Holidaymakers can enjoy A-list treatment and cruise into Cannes in style with a huge range of cheap cruises in 2012.
Independence of the Seas Cruise Liners
Glamorous evenings out are not just for celebrities. The Royal Caribbean's Independence of the Seas luxurious liner offers an opportunity for holidaymakers to party in style every night before calling at Cannes.
This exceptional ship offers couples, families and friends a fantastic opportunity to enjoy the Mediterranean or Caribbean seas in style with luxurious evenings and ample choices by day. An Independence of the Seas cruise offers more than the average cruise ship, with a host of activities to try out. Golf, jogging, ice skating, rock climbing and fitness classes by day and theatre shows, cabaret, cocktail bars and lounges by night - the list is endless! Passengers interested in setting sail for Cannes should look out for Royal Caribbean cruise deals and journeys that stop in some of the best shopping destinations and most picturesque towns in Europe.
Holidaymakers can wander the quaint streets of Provence in France and then enjoy mouth-watering cuisine in Malaga before exploring the shops. For culture vultures looking to immerse themselves in European history, a stop in Barcelona allows passengers to explore the magical Gaudi architecture dotted across the city landscape.
For those who prefer to voyage further afield, a range of lavish yet affordable cheap Caribbean cruises are available. Cruise Thomas Cook offers an exciting range of itineraries and destinations to suit every type of holidaymaker. Keen scuba divers can swim with sting rays in the Caribbean then relax and recuperate by the pool in the tropical gardens aboard the ship.
Regardless of the destination, Mediterranean and Caribbean cruises promise A-list treatment for everyone aboard.
SOURCE Thomas Cook