The popularity of this tourist destination can be explained very simply: the starting point can be located right in Russia, the cost of the tour is pleasantly different from the price of overseas voyages over long distances, and the choice of the travel program and its duration are very diverse. In short, cruises in Scandinavia are a good chance to get acquainted with a whole constellation of interesting countries and stroll through the most beautiful European capitals.
Stateroom with a view
Do not be afraid that traditional cruises in Scandinavia will force the traveler to sacrifice the usual hotel service in favor of exploring the unknown. Cruise liners and ferries are equipped with not only the most essential amenities, but also claim to be luxurious means of transportation and accommodation.
Modern cruise ships provide an opportunity to choose both the most budget cabins and luxury apartments. Regardless of the price for accommodation, the room will have a bathroom, air conditioning and TV, and there will certainly be a wide variety of entertainment opportunities on board. In between excursions, you can not only swim in the pool or get a portion of pleasure in the jacuzzi, but also play tennis or pump up your muscles in the gym. Those who want to pull the tail of luck are given the opportunity to buy chips in the casino, and those who like romantic dates - take seats for two on the last row of the cinema on a cruise ship.
Constellation of northern beauty
The capitals of the countries participating in the excursion program of cruises in Scandinavia are not in vain listed in the list of the most beautiful European cities. Historical sights and a variety of entertainment centers, architectural masterpieces and museums with famous world-class exhibits - all this is available to cruise participants in every city along the route.
And cruises in Scandinavia are unique natural monuments, for the sake of acquaintance with which you should not be afraid of seasickness, or a storm, or salt spray on your lips:
- The fjords of Norway, the most famous of which is called Sogne. It stretches for more than 200 kilometers, and the height of the rocks that form it, in some places, exceeds 1300 meters..
- The majestic waterfalls of Ireland, striking with their beauty even seasoned tourists. Among the two-hundred-year-old beeches, oaks and larch trees, the 120-meter-high stream of the Dargle River, called Powerscourt, looks especially colorful..
- Scottish lakes, including the famous Loch Ness with a real or fictional monster in the bottomless depths.