A cruise to Europe with Holland America Line is a dream vacation for many travelers. It’s the ideal way to see many countries and visit several places without having to unpack more than once. The ships conveniently go from city to city without the need for a plane, train or automobile ride.
Wendy R. London, HAL Mariner and corporate affairs manager/founder of CruiseBubble.com, is aboard Prinsendam and is letting us join in on her vacation. Docking on a magnificent summer’s day in this magical capital city, our first stop was, of course, the Little Mermaid, mournfully resting where I first saw her some 25 years ago just… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Journalist Pat Woods just cruised on Eurodam’s 10-night Baltic cruise and chronicled her journey for us. Enjoy! When invited on a Norway Coastal Voyage a few years ago, I fell in love with the Scandinavian countries’ gorgeous scenery. After reviewing Holland American’s Baltic itinerary, I was hooked. In Copenhagen embarkation on the Eurodam went smoothly,… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Copenhagen is a beautiful city in Denmark. There are a lot of interesting buildings and, as you can see, we visited on a perfect day. Most tourists head straight to the Little Mermaid statue, but I found that there was much more see and photograph when walking around. Nino Lagare 3rd Electrician ms Eurodam
When we called at Copenhagen, Denmark, I visited Dragør, an historic fishing village. The stroll through the cobblestone backstreets led me to many picturesque scenes. Kateryna Bannikova Human Resources Manager ms Rotterdam
These pictures are from the Rosenborg Castle, famous for its King Christian interiors. The castle was built in 1607. Enjoy!
This photo was taken in Copenhagen. Many people there use bikes to get around, which is evident in this photo. Every month we have a crew photo contest, and my photo won for the recent Baltic theme! Martyna Bujonek Adagio Strings Band Leader ms Eurodam
When visiting Copenhagen, Denmark, be sure to stop by and visit one of the country’s most famous citizens, The Little Mermaid. The statue was a gift from brewer Carl Jacobsen to the city, made by Edvard Erichsen. The Little Mermaid was unveiled at Langelinje in 1913. Did you know that Erichsen’s wife stepped in and… read more of “Explorer’s…”