Discover the Baltic Sea region: New, sustainable!

Jessica Wong

To optimize the visitor experience in the Baltic sea region, many destinations are developing new shore excursions promoting safety and sustainability. So what’s new you might wonder? On the beautiful west coast of Sweden, Gothenburg have actively approached smaller tourist actors just outside the city and are now able to […]

To optimize the visitor experience in the Baltic sea region, many destinations are developing new shore excursions promoting safety and sustainability. So what’s new you might wonder? On the beautiful west coast of Sweden, Gothenburg have actively approached smaller tourist actors just outside the city and are now able to offer shore excursion concepts in less crowded areas. Breweries and chocolate factories are just some examples of indoor activities now available in the largest non-capital of the Nordics!

Denmark’s second largest city Aarhus is recognized as a must visit destination by several powerhouse publications. They are now ready to take cruise guests to a highly sustainable area outside the city famous for its seaweed – a healthy, free, sustainable commodity. A test of the tastebuds we believe.

Malmö is Sweden’s third largest city and offers a chilled and friendly atmosphere while being large enough to boast all the cultural life and attractions of a big city. A ‘naturum centre’ has just opened in the city, offering cruise guests a new and different shore excursion opportunity. The centre enlightens the visitor on the surrounding nature and environment. In this case, the sea and life below the surface. An interactive exhibition with aquariums, stereo magnifiers, VR snorkeling and much more is available to the curious visitor.

Malmö have also introduced another new environmentally friendly and corona safe shore excursion for small groups, namely a guided tour in the high-performance electric car Tesla! What’s not to like?

Many more shore excursion opportunities await but ultimately, a trip to the Baltic Sea region is never complete without a pure nature experience and there are plenty to choose from – 22,000 islands of the archipelagos, the fresh breeze of polar air, the magnificent northern lights, sand dunes and snow-dusted landscapes, all easily combined with city life.

Cruise Baltic is continuously working on making it as simple as possible to cruise to the region, which in these extraordinary times means creating overviews of measurements, requirements and health protocols. Prepare your next trip to the Baltic Sea region by visiting cruisebaltic.com and take a look at our video below to see why the Baltic Sea region should be your next northern European getaway.

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