MSC Orchestra – Baltic Cruise Review August 2018
11 Nights – Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark
We arrived at the terminal in Copenhagen at approximately 12:45pm, we were the only people in the priority embarkation queue and were on board within a couple of minutes. I had completed the on-line check in, complete with pictures but we still had new ones taken. We were advised that our cabin was ready, Aurea Suite 15013, we headed straight to our cabin. Very impressed with the cabin, very spacious and a lot of storage space. We did experience some early morning noise from the Top 16 above, normally we would sleep through but were always up early for excursions. If you are a light sleeper this may impact on you.
Cabin was excellent, very spacious, plenty of storage and a generous balcony.
We saved visiting Copenhagen until after the cruise, a nice City we explored using thE HOHO.
We just visited the town by ourselves, there isn't much to see or do but it was a pleasant enough place.
A Visit to the Cold War. A trip to a USSR nuclear missile base, unusual and very interesting.
A very pretty town we just explored on our own, we took a taxi to the top of the old town and walked back to the Port.
We explored using the HOHO, would've like longer in port but not sure there was much more to see.
A lovely City.