One of the world's most beautiful countries, Norway has long been a popular cruising destination, famed for its stunning fjords. Formed during the last ice age's meltdown when the inland valleys carved by huge glaciers filled with seawater, fjords are undoubtedly Norway's top attractions—they shape the country's unique landscape and never fail to take your breath away
Swedes are working in the interest of good food – food that is not only good for us and for you, but also the future. And we welcome you to join us in delicious adventures all over the country. Come and taste for yourself!
Finnish food has its origins in the tastes of the nature. The wild berries, mushrooms and game animals in the forests, the fish in rivers, lakes and sea, and reindeer from Lapland provide us with strong flavours and the four seasons are shown. The location between East and West has given a powerful impact on our food. We have rich regional food and bread cultures, alongside with completely new functional food innovations.
Estonia connects the dots between Scandinavia, Central Europe and what lies to the east. You can fly, sail, ride or drive to Estonia from anywhere in Europe. Located in northeastern Europe, this small coastal country is a short ferry trip away from Finland and Sweden, a coach ride away from such European capitals as Warsaw and Berlin, and an overnight train from Saint Petersburg will land you at the heart of Tallinn.
Latvia has a wealth of culinary traditions, because the country is at the crossroads of Europe, and so influences from other nations have come from the East and the West over the course of centuries. Latvian cuisine is distinctly seasonal, because we have four seasons, and each of them offers specific products and tasty treats. Our menu features many dishes from the forest, waters, meadows or own garden – it can be found in the logo "Latvian cuisine" symbols.
In Lithuania, we do not waste time on things that do not matter. Few other capital cities in the world (if any) can offer you 15 minutes transfer time from the airport to your downtown hotel and it will take you another thirty minutes to reach the lakeside sauna, or watching sunset immersed in a lake surrounded by dense forests.
Get more space. Get more fun. Get more pictures. Get more. More life for every minute you spend there.
Poland is a large central European country located to the south of the Baltic Sea. It is a garden of nature and a treasure trove of cultural riches inhabited by a friendly, hospitable people. Poland’s natural environment makes active rest and recreation possible at any time of the year. In many regions of Poland there are natural sites pre-served in their primeval state rarely encountered in other parts of Europe.
Germany with its federal states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Schleswig-Holstein belongs to the Baltic Sea area. The region is mainly famous for its traditional Baltic Seaside resorts. Besides this the rural areas have undergone a very positive development in recent years and attract more and more tourists. Culinary highlights are fish, beer, sea buckthorn and game. Agriculture belongs to the most important industries in the north of Germany.
Known for the high quality of its food products such as bacon, beer, dairy products, fish & seafood, and cookies. Denmark is a leader when it comes to organic food, with much food production taking place in close harmony with nature.
Using the traditional commodities such as potatoes, root vegetables, cabbage combined with local herbs and the skilled chefs in Denmark give you great and memorable taste experiences.