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MSC returns to La Goulette, Tunis

MSC Cruises gave the news that cruises offered by the company will be reinstating La Goulette at the Tunis Port in Tunisia as a port of call on their regular itineraries, beginning from July.

Major cruise lines had stopped calling at Tunis since there were a few internal security issues. As the country has now returned to normalcy and the security levels become stable, MSC will be offering the port of La Gaulette as part of the itinerary for the seven night Mediterranean cruises.

MSC Cruises CEO, Pierfrancesco Vago stated that tourism is one of the most important resources for the economic revival of Tunisia, and that they were proud of being able to support this.

MSC Lirica and MSC Fantasia is scheduled to come back to La Goulette on 5 t h of Jul, with MSC Sinfonia and MSC Splendida coming here on the next day.

The four cruise vessels part of the MSC fleet will be going on seven night cruises on the Western Mediterranean.

MSC Lirica will call at  Marseille (France),, Spain), Palma de Mallorca (Majorca, La Goulette (Tunisia), Salerno (Italy), Civitavecchia (Italy), Ajaccio (France), Genoa (Italy).

MSC Splendida will call at Palermo (Italy), Palma, Genoa (Italy), Barcelona (Spain), Naples (Italy), La Goulette (Tunisia) and Marseille (France).

MSC Sinfonia will call at Naples (Italy),, Catania (Italy), La Goulette (Tunisia), Ibiza (Spain), Valencia (Spain), Villefranche (France) and twice at Livorno (Italy.

Also, MSC Cruises will have Tunis as a destination in the winter on the MSC Splendida. There are 6 seven night cruises on offer from Dec 2011 to Mar 2012. These will set sail from Genoa.

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