Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning 2022

9 9 Copenhagen, Denmark Denmark is the gateway to the Baltic Sea. Copenhagen is one of the 12 main cruise ports in Denmark and is one of the largest and most advanced turnaround ports in northern Europe. Denmark is attractive in all seasons and has significantly focused on sustainable shore excursions and high-quality service. Guests can experience the Danish art of cosiness, royal heritage, excellent shopping, fantastic gastronomy, world-famous attractions, an extensive transportation system and much more in what statistics show is one of the world’s happiest countries. Port of Dover, England Dover is one of the most popular cruise ports in the UK. Its well-equipped terminals, combined with the town’s rich heritage and the iconic backdrop of the White Cliffs and Dover Castle, make it the port of choice for many of the world’s leading cruise lines. A multi-purpose berth has given the port the capacity to accommodate four ships at once for the first time in its history. Cowes Harbour, Isle of Wight, England Cowes is home to the oldest sailing regatta in the world, but for families, nature lovers, gastronomes and adventure seekers, there is so much more to enjoy. Queen Victoria’s former summer residence, Osbourne House, along with museums, galleries, independent shops and welcoming cafés are just some of the reasons people have visited the Isle of Wight since pre-Victorian times and what makes it a firm favourite for cruise ship visits. Flåm Port, Norway Located in the fjord region of Norway, Flåm and its port are surrounded by wild and dramatic nature with cascading waterfalls and picturesque landscapes. Flåm offers unique attractions, roundtrips and points of interest, including Flåm railway, the Unesco-listed Nærøyfjord, the Viking village of Gudvangen, the Stegastein Viewpoint and much more. With sustainability in mind, Flåm is aiming to develop into a cruise destination for the future.