I was thinking that it is highly probable that most people who use ferries treat it as part of their holiday. As such, these people are the lucky ones who can consider a long ferry journey as a fun thing to do, rather than a business traveller who just has to get from A to B as quickly as they can.That set me thinking about what some people’s idea of a holiday might be. For most it is somewhere sunny, with a beach or pool to lounge around. Whilst I like to relax in the sun, I also like to explore. So I took a few minutes to visualise what a ferry based holiday might consist of.My virtual tour doesn’t just consist of getting a ferry to Europe. It is a grand tour from Scandinavia to Southern Europe.Firstly, I would take the ferry from Newcastle to Bergen. This ferry also stops at Stavanger and Haugesund, allowing me to take in the spectacular Norwegian coastline. Once at Bergen, I would travel down to Oslo to do the tourist trail and wander around the city. From Oslo I would then travel out of Norway and into Sweden. I would journey down to… Read full this story
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