Visby, known as the Town of Roses and Ruins is located in the Swedish island of Gotland and is found at the heart of the Baltic Sea. From the moment you set eyes on the island you will appreciate its magnificent beauty with its beautiful beaches and exquisite scenery and countryside.  Visby has impressive cathedrals and the rooftops of its nearly 200 stone buildings rising up in the skyline are clearly visible as your ship draws into port. Your adventure begins from your first sighting of the island before you even set foot in port, and you will not be […] Read more »


Tallinn is frequently identified as one of Baltic cruise passengers favourite cruise port destinations. Most people aren’t quite sure what to expect and then are immediately charmed by this lovely city. Estonia’s capital is one of northern Europe’s oldest and best-preserved cities. Its main attraction is its entire medieval district, known as Old Town (Vanalinn), which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. This historic area has remained almost unchanged since its construction between the 13th and 16th centuries thanks to a sturdy defensive wall – most of which is still standing – and a strict ban on combustible […] Read more »


Stockholm truly deserves the title ‘Venice of the North’. This is a great cruise ship destination as it is a city that is a vibrant metropolis where the old effortlessly merges  with the new, and therefore is a true joy to visit.  History, culture, amusement, shopping or relaxation, those who know where to look can find it all. Stockholm is built across a series of islands linked by bridges – so pick up a map and use our guide to find your way around! Your cruise ship will most likely dock a short drive away from  Gamla Stan, the Old City […] Read more »

St Petersburg

This classically beautiful Russian city is as deep historically as its deep water canals in the port that surrounds it. It boasts a long, turbulent and interesting past. The city celebrated its 300th Birthday in 2003 in grand style with newly renovated landmarks, streets, stores and much more. This is a hard working and industrial city manufacturing machinery, electrical equipment, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and textiles. In addition this city also works in, oil refining, printing, woodworking, food and tobacco processing, and shipbuilding. This is Russia’s second biggest city and one of the World’s biggest ports, making it an ideal cruise ship […] Read more »


Oslo is great cruise ship destination as your ship will dock a very short walk away from the main city. Scandinavia’s oldest capital is a city brimming with contrasts – a cosmopolitan capital that embraces a unique proximity to an expansive wilderness. Oslo prides itself on being a city of many faces, and this quickly becomes evident to visitors who can move from the fresh modernity of buildings like the new opera house, to wide avenues bordered with nineteenth-century neoclassical architecture, to vast, forested hills, in the space of a couple of hours. It’s a rare find that captures rugged […] Read more »


Think of a vibrant and prosperous city, with an eclectic mix of neo-classical and art nouveau buildings……and you have Helsinki, the ‘Pearl of the Baltic’ , the capital of Finland and one of the truly amazing cruise port destinations. Click here to open the gallery.Powered by Cincopa wp content plugins solution for your website and Cincopa MediaSend for file transfer. A compact and relaxed city with a population of just over 500,000, Helsinki feels like it is surrounded by water. Your cruise ship will dock very close to the main city, enabling the passenger to get maximum exploring time in […] Read more »


Copenhagen is Denmark’s biggest, and, arguably, Scandinavia’s, liveliest city. It has a lot to offer all ages and all interests. It’s complex – but it’s compact. Click here to open the gallery.Powered by Cincopa wp content plugins solution for your website and Cincopa MediaSend for file transfer. It takes only about half an hour to walk right across the heart of the city centre, and pleasant green spaces and many pedestrianised areas make exploring Denmark’s capital a relaxed and enjoyable experience. Most of the 320 or so cruise ships visiting Copenhagen each year will be berthed at Langelinie Pier, which […] Read more »