My favorite part was being able to see and do so many things in so many countries. Favorite excursions included light house tour in Denmark, kayaking in Norway, Hermitage Museum Impressionist art in St. Petersburg, and cycling in Estonia. I would not recommend the Famous Helsinki Ice Bar in Helsinki.
The service on the ship was phenomenal! It never felt like there were 900 people on board. There is plenty of space for relaxing alone-- it never felt crowded. Excursions were well planned.
I would definitely recommend Viking.
My favorite part of the cruise was probably the ship itself. The crew and the entertainment were great. The food was good everywhere - who could complain with sushi and crablegs on the buffet every single night. Some of the tours were not up to expectations - especially The Hermitage in St. Petersburg. Not sure where they took us but it was NOT the main part of the Hermitage and was extremely disappointing. A few of the tours had no free time for shopping or exploring on your own and some were a little unorganized. Overall the cruise was wonderful, but I would not recommend it to anyone under the age of 60. The average age was older than I expected.
The ship was nice and the food was some of the best we have ever had on any cruise. Stockhom was a lot of fun and what a gem the Rostock Germany was, it was very nice.
Total Passengers: 930
Built: Jan 2016
Number of Decks: 10
Total Cabins: 0
Cabin Categories: 18
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Loved having happy hour in the Explorer's Lounge - nice and quiet. And the Spa facilities were fantastic.
Pack good rain gear for Norway. Pack more casual clothes than dress clothes.
Nothing can beat the buffet meals. The variety of food is unbelievable.