Celebrity Infinity hosts promotional event in Port of Thessaloniki

Participants were given a tour of the ship alongside discussions of the port’s cruise initiatives

Celebrity Infinity hosts promotional event in Port of Thessaloniki

Port of Thessaloniki

Participants in the event were given a tour of Celebrity Infinity

By Alex Smith |

Celebrity Infinity hosted a promotional event at the Port of Thessaloniki in Greece on 5 Match, with representatives of local and national cruise stakeholders helping to highlight the experiences available in the destination.

During the event, participants were given a tour of the ship by a representative of Celebrity Cruises and informed about the cruise line’s services. Discussions at the event focused on the joint initiatives and actions aimed at promoting Thessaloniki as a cruise destination.

The latest visit to the port is the fourth time that Celebrity Infinity has called at Thessaloniki in 2024. Celebrity has scheduled a total of 20 calls to Thessaloniki in 2024, compared to six in 2023. Seven of these arrivals include an overnight stay and a 28-hour stay in the city, allowing passengers and crew to explore the city.

“With 18 monuments inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List and over 30 museums, archeological sites and other attractions, including but not limited to, the Archaeological Site and the Polycentric Museum of Aigai, the Archaeological Site of Dion and Mount Olympus, Thessaloniki and the broader region offer unique travel experiences to visitors,” said Stathis Konstantinidis, the deputy minister of interior for Macedonia – Thrace. “This year's cruise season started earlier than ever before, on February 3rd, and for 2024, according to the schedule, approximately 80 arrivals are expected, confirming the dynamic growth of cruise in the destination and allowing us all to share our rich heritage with visitors from all over the world.”

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