DENMARK CRUISES

How does cool, cultural and close sound for your next cruise holiday? Denmark ticks the boxes with its stylish cities, friendly people –and a cruise that leaves from Southampton.

DENMARK PORTS

Discover our Denmark ports of call.

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    Copenhagen

    In summer Copenhageners come outdoors, enjoying outdoor cafés and street performers. Glide around the city on a bicycle, pay your respects to the Little Mermaid statue, and explore the Tivoli Gardens. 

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    Fredericia

    The Danish town of Fredericia combines all of the advantages of city-living with the great outdoors. Beaches offer panoramic views, while a number of museums provide a glimpse into the past.

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    Skagen

    The little village of Skagen just happens to be the meeting point for the Baltic and North seas. Skagen is a port town, with a rich maritime heritage.

Denmark highlights: stylish cities, chic fashion, laidback vibe

On your Denmark cruise we take you to Copenhagen, one of the coolest cities in Europe. Spend an afternoon soaking up the atmosphere in  Nyhavn, Copenhagen’s distinctive 17th century waterfront, lined with candy-coloured buildings, restaurants and bars.

Enjoy too, the distinctive Nordic style which permeates everything here – from the industrial-chic of cafes and shops to the minimalist fashion of the residents.

We take you sailing to Aarhus, Denmark's second largest city, which has a slightly more chilled out and laissez-faire vibe than Copenhagen. It's a cultural hub, brimming with museums, parks and galleries. And a trip to Denmark is not complete without sampling its delicious seafood; which you can savour when we stop at the fishing port of Skagen.

The bonus for choosing Denmark as one of your ports of call is the ease and convenience of sailing from Southampton. No flights, no transfers – just laid-back luxury all the way.

Weather & what to pack

Denmark enjoys a moderate climate that's not too dissimilar to the UK; temperatures hover at around 20 degrees Celsius in the summer. Visit between June and August, when the country enjoys long daylight hours and festivals are in full swing. A jacket will come in handy late at night.

In the winter it’s all about hygge (cosiness); mulled wine, log fires, Christmas lights and ice-skating. Make sure to wrap up with warm layers, as well as a scarf and hat.

DENMARK CRUISES

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