Authentic experiences and lifetime memories await the cruise guests during a cruise stop in the historic town of Fredericia, Denmark. The season of 2017 brings a record of cruise calls to Fredericia, and it seems as if the destination has caught the attention of the international cruise lines. The opening of three new remarkable tourist attractions around Fredericia makes the destination even more attractive and worth visiting.
Cruise Fredericia welcomes this year eight cruise calls to the town of Fredericia, which is a growth of 100 percent compared to last year. Fredericia is centered around some of Denmark’s most unique tourist attractions and with three new remarkable attractions there will be plenty to discover for the cruise guests in the years to come.
A strong destination concept
The sales team of Cruise Fredericia attends the Cruise360 conference in Copenhagen on September 11th, and is looking forward to presenting news from the destination of Fredericia. “We have caught considerable international attention from many cruise lines already and 2018 as well as 2019 show significant growth. With very positive ratings from guests and commitment from the cruise lines, we know that our cruise destination concept is strong and that we have a significant growth potential. We are very pleased to announce interesting destination news at this year’s Cruise360 conference in Copenhagen”, says Line Tange, Cruise Manager at Cruise Fredericia.
Our tourist attractions deliver beyond expectations
Three UNESCO sites, historic and royal castles, Viking experiences in Denmark’s oldest town as well as runic stones from Europe’s most striking Viking age are just some of the amazing tourist attractions awaiting the cruise guests when spending a day around the town of Fredericia.
Whether you are into historic attractions, culture sites or activities for the entire family, Fredericia has it all and that’s what we mean when we say; Cruise Fredericia – in the heart of it all.
About Cruise Fredericia
Fredericia is a Scandinavian cruise destination in the heart of Denmark with a dedicated cruise quay for LOA 350 m and 12-meter water depth. Whether you are into historic and authentic attractions, art and culture, real Viking experiences or activities for the entire family, Fredericia has it all – including three UNESCO sites within only a 1-hour drive.
The port of Fredericia is a dedicated deep-water cruise port and is easily accessible and navigable. Excellent operational facilities and a cruise quay very close to the city center is what we call credible - close - cruiseable.
Cruise Fredericia is part of ADP A/S, which owns and operates the ports of Fredericia, Nyborg and Middelfart.
Read more: www.cruisefredericia.com