Fredericia, Denmark, Is Ready For A Record Breaking 2019 Cruise Season
Fredericia, the small city with the huge potential, is ready for a record breaking 2019 cruise season including a maiden call by Disney Cruise Line, which has included the historical city in their Disney Magic Europe Tour.
The cruise destination of Fredericia is not among the most well-known hot spots for cruise ships like the capital city of Copenhagen or other larger metropolitan cities in the Baltic Region. In spite of that, the small historical and authentic city of Fredericia can look into a 2019 record breaking season with 20 cruise calls.
In the past three years, we have continued to break our own record in the number of cruise calls to Fredericia and our success will continue in the years to come.
This year Fredericia is welcoming ten maiden calls from several cruise lines including P&O Cruises, Phoenix Reisen, Hapag-Lloyd, Marella Cruises and Disney Cruise Line.
This years’ cruise season starts April 1st with a call from Viking Sky and ends with a call from Arcadia from P&O Cruises on Christmas Eve December 24. This years’ 20 cruise calls will bring 24,500 guests and 10,400 crew members to the city.
A gateway to many of Denmark’s most fascinating historical sites
The destination of Fredericia appeals to target audiences of all segments.
Fredericia is a small city with a unique history, authenticity and courtesy which appeal to the international cruise guests. The town has Northern Europe’s most well-preserved ramparts but also perpendicular streets and historical monuments, and together with the surrounding world-famous tourist attractions like Hans Christian Andersen’s childhood home, old historic castles, Viking experiences, LEGOLAND® and three UNESCO attractions, it makes the scene for a unique visit to the city.
The guests can also stay in Fredericia and enjoy the calm and relaxing atmosphere, take a walk at the ramparts or enjoy an excellent meal at the Michelin Star restaurant Ti Trin Ned at the waterfront.