Regal Princess Cruise Review to Europe - Northern Europe

Contributor Level: Purser

Experience
2-3 cruises

Review
1

Helpful Votes
3

5 out of 5

Baltic Sea trip

Sail Date: July 06, 2016

Reviewed: 3 months ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

Cabin: 407

What an opportunity to see 8 different cities in 11 days.  History came alive on the different side trips.  While we took 2 excursions on our own, I couldn't believe the variety provided by the Regal Princess.  Ease of getting off the ship and onto the transportation was great.  Considering both my husband I have some difficulty walking long distances, the tours accommodated us with great tours and tour guides.  LoveHappy

Cabin / Stateroom
The view from our cabin was great even though they mentioned partial view. We had a complete view and was able to take great photo's. Even got a shot of the new pilot coming on board via a boat.
Embarkation and Disembarkation
efficiently handled with very happy staff.
Ship Quality
Destinations and Excursions
Onboard Activities
Entertainment
Service and Staff
Food and Dining
Loved the assigned dining - had great dining staff. Remembered our likes and dislikes.
Copenhagen, Denmark
Tiviloi Gardens was so beautiful at night.
Oslo, Norway
We took the bus tour to Fram Museum, Kon Tiki and Viking museums - loved the history of exploring the Artic. Great bus driver with lots of information to share.
Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany
Saw Checkpoint Charlie and a section of the Berlin wall. Of course has to stop at a Beer Garden, Berlin style.
Tallinn, Estonia
What a beautiful city - best to use the tour on this one. Very hilly.
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
You might want to try and see the Faberge museum as well as the Church of St. Issac's.
Helsinki, Finland
We did the ice bar here. They provide you with big warm coats and boots before you enter the 23 degree room. Dog sled rides are available as well as other winter sport fun.
Stockholm, Sweden
Vasa museum - can't say enough about this tour!

Tip

Remember that you can eat in your assigned dining room for breakfast, lunch and dinner if you don't want to deal with the crowd upstairs. But the food upstairs was fantastic. There was lots of fresh fruits available all day long.



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