Floating cities, robot waiters and racetracks. What the biggest cruise ships in the world hide PHOTO VIDEO

Are you looking for your next family vacation? Whether you want to try the most sophisticated culinary recipes or you want a unique experience for the little ones, these floating theme parks may delight you.

Photo: Royal Caribbean International

Icon of the Seas, Royal Caribbean

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PHOTO Facebook/Royal Caribbean International

The world's largest passenger ship, Icon of the Seas will depart on January 27 from Miami and sail seven-night cruises throughout the year. The ship will be able to carry 5,610 tourists, notes The Sun.

The ship belongs to the largest company that operates cruise ships, Royal Caribbean and is called “Icon of the Seas”.

The vessel has 18 passenger decks, seven swimming pools and more than 40 restaurants and bars on board. It has a capacity of 5,610 people on board and a gross tonnage of 250,800 people

Harmony of the Seas, Royal Caribbean

Harmony of the Seas, one of Royal Caribbean's Oasis class ships, has a capacity of 6,780 people.

The vessel weighs 227,000 tons and has 18 decks, being equipped with 2,747 cabins, 23 swimming pools, 20 restaurants, an amphitheater with 1,300 seats, a park with 10,587 natural plants, two surf simulators, robot bartenders, a casino and climbing walls. Moreover, it is home to “The Ultimate Abyss”, the tallest slide on a cruise ship, spanning ten stories.

MSC Virtuosa, MSC Cruises

The cruise ship MSC Viertuosa has a capacity of 6,334 people and its impressive features come together in perfect harmony to offer the experience of an ideal vacation.

There are two Formula 1 simulators and bowling alleys on this high-tech ship, which also has the longest LED ceiling at sea, running across the center deck.

In addition to the 3D holograms, visitors can be served cocktails by a humanoid robotic bartender named Rob.

He can speak English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese.

Panorama, Carnival Cruise Line

PHOTO: Carnival Cruise Line

PHOTO: Carnival Cruise Line

Panorama, one of Carnival Cruise Line's class ships has a capacity of 5,146 people.

For those who love to ride a bike, the cruise ship has a ride suspended above the waves in a pedal go-mobile.

For those who prefer to stay more on the ground, the 3,000 square meter SkyZone has an incredible indoor trampoline park where kids can play basketball or gravity-defying dodgeball.

And adults can brush up on their sushi-rolling and grilling skills in cooking classes, which are even taught by celebrity chefs like Emeril Lagasse.

Disney Wish, Disney Cruise Line

PHOTO: Disney Cruise Line

PHOTO: Disney Cruise Line

With a capacity of 4,000, Disney Wish is the largest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet and will keep kids entertained throughout their vacation with attractions such as AquaMouse, a water roller coaster featuring Mickey and Minnie.

For little Elsa lovers, Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure brings the hit movie to life in 360 degrees around a center stage as the windows glow with the enchanting lights of the Aurora Borealis.

Parents will at least be entertained by the food served at the 1923 Restaurant (celebrating the year Disney was founded) and California-inspired wines.