Costa Magica Cruise Photos
Costa Magica Cruise Review
The morning after leaving Civitavecchia, Costa Magica arrived
in Naples, Italy a little before 8 a.m. We took this photo of the city from the
balcony of our cabin on Deck 7 (above the roofline of the cruise terminal). On
the hill behind the city center, you can see the Castel Sant'Elmo and the Certosa
or Carthusian Monastery of San Martino.
Costa Magica was moored in the
a huge cruise terminal with seven berths. In the photo above, you can see the
red-and-black funnel and balconies of Cunard's Queen Victoria, which
was on the opposite side of the terminal from our ship.
We'd picked up a free "City Map & Port Shopping Guide" in the
Stazione Marittima, but since we planned to go exploring, we bought the
Gold Guide to Naples at a newsstand across the street from the
terminal. The price was modest (8 euros), and the guidebook came with a large,
legible, and detailed map of the city.