Port Guide: Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a city that I’ve always wanted to visit for a city break so this port of call was perfect to give me a taste of the city. Once getting off the ship we decided to get on the hip on hop off tour bus so that we would be able to see a […]

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Port Guide: Skagen

On my Baltic cruise Skagen was the last port of call. A port where I didn’t know what to expect as it was not a part of Denmark I’d heard of. Most people will recognise the name Skagen from the brand of watches.  Skagen is Denmark’s main fishing port which you are able to see […]

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Port Guide: Tallinn

Tallinn was a port of call for me where I had no  expectations as it was somewhere that I’d never thought of visiting. As a city it really surprised me as it was beautiful especially the old town area. The walk to old town from the port is approximately 20 minutes. We decided on getting […]

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Port Guide: Oslo

The sail in to Oslo is a definite sight to see as you sail through the Oslofjord. Our port of call at Oslo fell on a Sunday which meant that a lot was closed. Due to this we decided getting the hop on hop off tour bus would be the best option to see the […]

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Cruise Port Guide: Corfu

A lot of people will know Corfu as a resort holiday destination but there is more to Corfu,   I recently visited Corfu as a port of call on a cruise. Cruise ships dock in a different area to where a lot of holidaymakers will go for a resort holiday as it docks closer to […]

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Cruise Port Guide: Kotor

When going on a cruise there are some sail ins to the port which are worth watching and Kotor is definitely one of those places. Kotor is known as one of the most northernly fjords, having done a Norwegian fjords cruise last year I can see why. The ship that we were on docked close […]

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