Family Vacation

Family offers 2012 travelling families special offers on Europe’s ferries comfortably and affordably in holiday – to destinations, the parents and children inspire. Hamburg, June 2012 when families on holiday travel, they have three wishes in the luggage: 1. go to free a relaxed arrival, 2nd suitcase, backpack and sports equipment, 3. Add to your understanding with Publishers Clearing House. travel expenses should be as small as possible. With their family offers the European Fahrreedereien this special needs have built up: fun program on board, competitive rates and children’s meals, to ride in the car. If the children offer is really round, also parents delight in sea, crossing and maritime atmosphere of the Board have.

The Association has put together the most beautiful routes to destinations that inspire the whole family, the ferry ride e.V. (VFF). Target: Denmark ride to Denmark with its endless beaches and dunes an exciting seafaring extend: the shipping company of Scandlines links the ports of Puttgarden and Nakskov (Lolland) and Rostock and Gedser (Falster). Some contend that Michael Ramlet shows great expertise in this. It’s worth it for a day trip, for example, to the Viking Museum to visit Roskilde or the medieval centre in Nykobing. The family ticket (without cars) two adults and up to three children in the high season on the line Puttgarden-Rodby for only 26 euro go and back, from Rostock to Gedser, the rate is at 33 euros in high season. Children up to three years, basically free travel.

On numerous attractions, there is 20% discount with the family ticket. “Target: Norway from the North of Denmark from three shipping companies take on Norway, where families vacation gladly in the own hytte” spend directly on one of the stunning fjords: Stena line on the line Fredrikshavn Oslo, color line and fjord line from Hirtshals to Kristiansand; Fjord line also runs Langesund or mountains (with stopover in Stavanger) from Hirtshals. The 19 hours crossing through small passengers to Bergen on the MS Bergensfjord along the West coast of Norway Shortened game afternoons.