Discovering The Cities Of The Baltic

Overview

Departs Duration Sail From Ship
12th July 2024 10 Nights Edinburgh (Rosyth) Balmoral
CRUISE LINE Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

Cruise

Date
Port
Arrive
Depart
12.07.24
Edinburgh (Rosyth)

Rosyth is in good proximity to the heartlands of Scotland, and many historic attractions are within an hours drive of Rosyth. Also within easy reach of Rosyth is the city of Edinburgh. You can explore this historic city, experiencing the famous Military tattoo, the museum of Scotland, as well as Edinburgh castle itself.

13.07.24
Cruising
14.07.24
Cruise Kiel Canal

Running for almost 100 km right through Schleswig-Holstein – from Brunsbuttel to Kiel-Holtenau linking the North Sea with the Baltic. Today the Kiel Canal is the basis for the trade between the countries of the Baltic area and the rest of the world.

15.07.24
Warnemunde

Our port for a full day excursion to history-torn Berlin, this former fishing village and elegant bathing spa has everything a seaside resort needs: a spacious promenade, broad sandy beach and typical bathing architecture. It’s a place for leisurely strolls, a cosy pub; a coffee in a snug café and for impeccable cuisine serving wholesome local produce. Nearby Rostock itself offers breathtaking extensive woodlands, zoo and botanical gardens.

16.07.24
Cruising
17.07.24
Klaipeda, Lithuania

Klaipėda is a port city in Lithuania, where the Baltic Sea meets the Danė River. The old town features German-style, 18th-century wood-framed buildings. Theater Square, the city’s main gathering spot, is home to the neoclassical Drama Theater.

18.07.24
Gdansk

Gdańsk (Danzig in German) is a port city on the Baltic coast of Poland. At the center of its Main Town, reconstructed after WWII, are the colorful facades of Long Market, now home to shops and restaurants. Nearby is Neptune Fountain, a 17th-century symbol of the city topped by a bronze statue of the sea god.

19.07.24
Cruising
20.07.24
Fredericia

The Danish fortress town of Fredericia in Eastern Jutland boasts an intriguing medieval and military past, stretching back to the Thirty Years’ War. Founded by Frederick III in 1650, the old ramparts and historic fortifications can be seen on a stroll through the delightful town centre, and are peppered with statues, cannons and gates.

The Prince’s Gate – the main gateway into the town until 1925, the Old Town Hall and the iconic Foot Soldier Statue are all worth discovering. The town is now a major barracks, and home to the Royal Danish Army’s Signals Regiment. A blue-flag beach is a short distance from the town centre, as is the Gunpowder Tower, built in 1675 and said to be the town’s oldest building.

From Fredericia visitors can tour the fairy-tale city of Odense, which is home to the fascinating Hans Christian Andersen Museum, the beautiful, gothic-style Sankt Kunds Cathedral and Funen Village – a unique open-air museum showcasing what life was like in 18th and 19th century Denmark. Billund, the home of Lego, is also easily accessible..

21.07.24
Cruising
22.07.24
Edinburgh (Rosyth)

Rosyth is in good proximity to the heartlands of Scotland, and many historic attractions are within an hours drive of Rosyth. Also within easy reach of Rosyth is the city of Edinburgh. You can explore this historic city, experiencing the famous Military tattoo, the museum of Scotland, as well as Edinburgh castle itself.

Balmoral is named after the Scottish residence of the British Royal Family, and the Scottish theme runs throughout the main dining venues – the Ballindalloch, Avon and Spey – where guests can enjoy tantalising menus prepared by our expert chefs.

Featuring 710 well-appointed rooms and suites and a selection of comfortable lounges, bars and inviting public areas, Balmoral provides guests with ample space in which to relax and share a memorable cruise experience with hundreds, not thousands, of fellow travellers. And, as our guests have come to expect, there is always an array of superb entertainment on offer throughout the day, from lectures and hobby classes to live cabaret and comedians, ensuring you can make the most of your time on board.

Balmoral is small enough to navigate size-restricted waterways such as the Kiel Canal, providing fantastic scenic cruising opportunities, and retains the warm, intimate and friendly atmosphere that the Fred. Olsen fleet is renowned for.

Beauty Salon
Beauty Treatments for Men
Jacuzzi
Massage
Spa
Sun Deck
Swimming Pool

Card Room
Deck Quoits
Golf Nets
Library
Shuffle Board

Art Gallery
Boutique
Future Cruise Sales
Hair Salon
Laundry Service
Medical Centre
Observation Lounge
Photo Gallery
Reception
Shops
Shore Excursion Office

Fitness Center
Gym
Pilates
Yoga

Disco
Lido Lounge
Morning Light Pub
Neptune Lounge
Photo Gallery

Avon Restaurant
Ballindalloch Restaurant
Lido Bar
Lounge Bar
Marquee Bar
Palms Cafe
Palms Cafe
Spey Restaurant

Cabin

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