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There is no fix rule when to book best. If a cruise is booked well the prices will rise closer to date, if not they drop. Look out for a sale, these can be quite good. Right now Costa has a sale, because 75 years ago they became a cruise line.
 
Before booking you only can get an idea of excursions if you look in their database (go to "Costa Experience" -> "Excursions" on their website). But these are not available every time and without prices. After booking - or even just taking an option - you will be able to login on mycosta.com and there you will find besides other things the excursions planned for your cruise. As rule of the thumb excursions can be found at least six months before start of the cruise, the more frequent Costa sails a route, the earlier.

 

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