Emerald Princess Cruise Review to Europe - Northern Europe

Contributor Level: Deck Hand

7+ cruises


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5 out of 5

Baltic Countries, Russia and Germany

Sail Date: May 13, 2011

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Balcony

As always the crew and all of the staff were great and very helpfull. We had a great cabin attendant who anticipated all of our needs. Probably on of the best we have had and we have traveled on multiple cruises on multiple cruise line. My only complaint would be the times we ate the buffett, the variety was getting a little limited.

Pros: The people and atmoshere was very welcoming, with great sights in all countries

Cons: No real cons other then the high cost of everything in the countries visited except Estonia

Recommends Emerald Princess? Yes!

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St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
2 days in port and pleanty of time to get a good feel of the city, Don't miss the Hermitage and the Spilt Blood Church. Also the trip and visit in Peterhof was good. We took the optional cultural of the Russian Folk Show, this was a great program. We had an excellent tour guide one of the top 2 we have ever had
Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany
We traveled to Scherwin and visited Rostock. A beautifull area with rolling hills and farms, castle and Scherwin were interesting and good comparison for how things have changed since the fall of the Wall
Helsinki, Finland
The open air market by the city hall,
Tallinn, Estonia
We loved Tallin, We had a good tour of the city and its main highlights. I would recommend to anyone to tour the city on your own. Port is easy walking distance, the people are welcoming. With what free time we had we ate in the old town and were able to shop both in the old town and the open air by the market
Don't Miss: Tour on your own. Do your shopping here, it has the best shopping and the lowest prices of the whole trip
Aarhus, Denmark
A very nice city, but we had a very short stop and it was Sunday. All business were closed we used the hop on an hop off buss. We were told everything was closed. But we discovered a large open air market not one mentioned. Our only problem we never had time to visit it. 5 to 6 hours in port is just not enough time
Stockholm, Sweden
Not enough time in port way to short for the size, enjoyed the restored ship museum and the trip to the old capitol of Sieg Tuna
Oslo, Norway
Visit the viking museum and the living village. We took a trip of the Harbor beautiful sightseeing, but I would recommend that you skip it it takes too long and you see the same areas when you leave. I

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