Traveler rating. Excellent Very good Average Poor Terrible Traveler type. Time of year. Language All languages. All languages. English Russian Chinese Sim. More languages. Swedish Chinese Trad. Spanish It was comfortable enough for two adults for one night, however I wouldn't recommend bunk beds for kids or elderly travellers.
Getting out of the top bunk isn't very fun! Watched a good live band and magician in the cafe del mar area. Good entertainment to pass some time.
Got up early the next morning and enjoyed great views coming into Helsinki. Would travel again if I was in the area. Definitely more of an experience than flying. Reviewed by Hannah who travelled with Viking Line on Gabriella. Return trip, good value for money, ship was very punctual and had good facilities. Reviewed by Andrew who travelled with Viking Line on Gabriella. A smooth travel by boat. There were enough benches for everyone and the ship was clean and tidy.
Code There are 1 vikingline coupon code , free vikingline. Code What is the electrical voltage in the staterooms? If you are traveling on a Viking river ship in Europe, you will find both V and V electrical outlets in your stateroom.
The V outlets accommodate German Schuko two-pin safety plugs. Should you need an adapter for these outlets, they can be found at most electronic or travel stores; they Thanks to a variety of gadgets, online shopping is a popular buying trend for everyone that brings benefits for people, especially young people. Consumers can access goods through channels such as. People often think that eating a healthy diet requires a lot of money.
However, there are some ways we can save money and still have a nutrient meal for the whole family. Plan the Menu for the W. Do: Make sure you provide enough. Jun 29, Cheap beer in Tallinn? Jun 19, tallin to St. Petersburg May 21, Tallinn to Tartu train - worth it?
Mar 05, Meeting travellors in Tallin Mar 02, See All Tallinn Conversations. View Hotel. Swissotel Tallinn. Hilton Tallinn Park. Hotel Telegraaf. Best possible outcome is if you can convince someone else like your parents to take the trip for you. May is always a confusing month in the Nordic countries. You are on the doorstep of summer, however there is still a cold wind reminding you that you are not there yet.
This morning I woke up to a cold looking rain that is showing no sign of stopping. So this might be one of those days that I just stay inside. But there is much work to do. We are holding our open house tasting in a weeks time and we want everything to be ready for the new collection: samples, accessories like coolers and spit buckets , not to mention the information on our webpage.
This long weekend we have updated our webshop and it looks awesome! Much better than it did before. We work with a free online platform, Tictail, so there is so just so much one can expect. The wine week has been pretty awesome as well!
We were on the Viking Line ferry on Thursday for one purpose and one purpose only, to buy wine. Also a friend of ours tipped us off that there are often other bottles there as well, not mentioned in the online catalog. The ferries traffic between Stockholm and two big cities in Finland, Helsinki and Turku.
This took all day, however in the end it was worth it. I will write a separate post on shopping on the boats, but in short, it was a gold mine. The name behind the Viking Line wine selection is Essi Avellan, Master of Wine and undoubtedly the most recognized wine-personality in Finland. The tax free shop did not offer much on the shelves, but when we asked around for a few bottles we had read were supposed to be there, the staff dug them up out of the storage.
These bottles were on no list, and we were lucky to be there a week after the storage had been filled up. Another interesting event this week was yesterdays beer brewing. We were invited by Yelp to a small event at Cafe Proviant, a brewery and a pub here in Stockholm.
Lots to do on board. Tax free shopping. Bar with music. Able to change money to SEK and buy bus ticket to central Stockholm. Wish I'd booked an outside cabin instead of an inside cabin but had everything I needed except Wifi could not get connected. Reviewed by Janet who travelled with Viking Line on Mariella. Reviewed by Amanda who travelled with Viking Line on Mariella. Very Pleasant.
Excellent cabin, good food. But what was all that noise at the port at 4 am? Reviewed by Malcolm who travelled with Viking Line on Mariella. In September , the ship entered drydock in Naantali Finland.
During the reconstruction, its interior was updated and the disco nightclub moved from deck 8 to deck 7. During drydock , the onboard Tax-Free Shop and Parfumerie were redesigned, and the Ocean Grill restaurant was added. During drydock were renovated all passenger cabins and restaurants. During refurbishment September , the ship underwent a major overhaul of the "Coffee and Joy Cafe" dedicated pastry chef, menu upgraded with more fresh-baked goods, desserts, specialty coffees and the adjoining kids' playground area.
Tax-Free Shop was renovated and redesigned, with more space allocated to fashion, beauty products and alcohol including sparkling wines. The buffet restaurant was also renovated. On September 28, , the ship assisted the rescue operation during MS Estonia sinking.