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Costa Favolosa Review

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Dan Askin

Costa Favolosa, the fourth ship in Costa Cruises' Concordia class, launched July 2011. The 114,500-ton, 3,000-passenger vessel was built at Fincantieri's Marghera ship yard in Venice, Italy.

The ship features all of the now-signature Concordia-class elements, such as the Asian-themed Samsara Spa, a pool area with giant movie screen and sliding glass roof, and a Grand Prix driving simulator. Favolosa also offers a handful of new options not found on its older sister ships. These include six new suites with private verandahs and Jacuzzis; a new area for teens with a 4D cinema, ice cream bar and dance floor; and a new outdoor Aqua Park with a pirate galleon. For a full review of sister ship Costa Serena, click here.


Passengers: 2968
Shore Excursions: 242

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Where does Costa Favolosa sail from?

Costa Favolosa departs from Barcelona, Marseille, Genoa, Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, and Hamburg

How much does it cost to go on Costa Favolosa?

Cruises on Costa Favolosa start from $286 per person.
Costa Favolosa Cruiser Reviews

An amazing Cruise experience!!!

Bars/Entertainment: Costa Favolosa has everything you need and even more.Read More

oneFirst Time Cruiser

Age 33s

Excellent cruise on a very happy ship with wonderful itinerary

One of the passengers had cruised with Costa 84 times!Read More

few6-10 Cruises

Age 70s


many10+ Cruises

Age 70s

7 Nights Cruise to North Europe on Costa Favalosa

This was our second trip on Costa Ship. Very happy with their Itinerary, since main attraction was to visit Norwegian Fjords.Read More

few6-10 Cruises

Age 80s

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