Cruise
Balmoral
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
Balmoral, Swedish Waterways & Cities ex Rosyth Return
Ship: Balmoral
Selected Sailing Date: 16 May 2018
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$1,640.12
$2,132.71
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$5,015.23
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Itinerary
Cruise Itinerary
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Cruise Description

10 Night Cruise sailing from Rosyth roundtrip aboard Balmoral.

Experience the very best of Sweden of this stunning journey of discovery, combining a selection of the country’s finest destinations with over 12 hours of spectacular scenic cruising along breathtaking waterways.

Rosyth’s close proximity to Scandinavia means you’ll only spend one day at sea before your Swedish adventure starts in style with an unforgettable exploration of the west-coast fjords. Charming villages, lush countryside and craggy coastlines will come into view as Balmoral navigates these narrow passages, presenting incredible views to enjoy from the comfort of your ship. The following morning it’s on to the cultural, classically Swedish city of Malmö. A number of attractions await you, including Folkets Park, Malmöhus Slott Castle, the gothic-style Sankt Petri Church and the futuristic Turning Torso – Scandinavia’s tallest building. On the island of Gotland, UNESCO-listed Visby will offer a glimpse into Sweden’s fascinating Hanseatic history. Within the wonderful Old Town – protected by some of Europe’s best preserved medieval walls – awaits a number of merchants’ houses and magnificent churches, including the unmissable St Mary’s Cathedral and the ruins of St Nicolai and St Karin. You could also embark on a tour of Gotland, taking in pretty fishing villages and delightful towns dotted along the island’s picturesque coast.

Heading north, Balmoral will sail to Stockholm for an overnight stay in the vibrant capital. With two days to explore in depth, you could take you pick of the collection of fantastic museums, including the Skansen Open-air Museum; wander around the historic Gamla Stan district at your leisure and witness the changing of the guard at the Royal Palace; and even delve into Sweden’s world-famous pop culture at ABBA: The Museum. There will also be time to take to city’s waters and see the sights from a different perspective on a relaxing boat tour; while a scenic cruise of the Stockholm Archipelago – an awe-inspiring network of nearly 30,000 rocky islands and islets – in the evening will be a simply unforgettable experience. Finally a call into Gothenburg – Sweden’s cultural second city – will provide a perfect end to your time in Scandinavia. Perhaps take the day to enjoy a sightseeing boat tour along the 17th century canals; stop by the Maritiman, the world’s largest floating ship museum; and venture down the busy main street, Avenyn. Älvsborg Fortress and the beautiful botanical gardens are well worth a visit too.

Highlights of this cruise:

Edinburgh (Rosyth), UK
Edinburgh - Scotland's historic capital - is one of the U.K.'s finest cities. Combining beautiful architecture, engrossing cultures and an extensive heritage, this Scottish delight is a must-visit destination.

Malmö (Malmo), Sweden
With its mix of modern and contemporary attractions and classic, historic districts, multicultural Malmö isn’t just one of the largest cities in Sweden; it’s one of the Scandinavia’s most exciting, diverse and interesting cities too.

Visby, Sweden
The "city of roses and ruins"

Stockholm
There are no less than 14 islands and 40 bridges in Sweden's stately and spacious capital, a picturesque canvas of waterways, lakes, canals and trees.

Gothenburg, Sweden
Gothenburg lies on the sunny west coast, with spacious streets and 17th century Dutch-designed canals at its heart. Among the highlights are Gotaplatsen, Gothenburg's lively cultural hub - with galleries, theatres, boutiques, restaurants and street cafes - and the famous Botanical Gardens.

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