In Fredericia we are proud to welcome several cruise ships each year. The town is full of life and you can hear many different languages in the streets. Usually, the shops are open which attracts people from near and far. There are also many activities on the quay, where you can see the ships up close.
Experience the special atmosphere on the quay when the cruise ships arrive or depart, or take a walk on the ramparts, where you have a wonderful view of the harbour and the cruise ships.
The cruise ships offer a range of organized excursions. If you have not pre-booked a trip or if you just want to explore the area on your own, you can find inspiration and information here.
Until 1650, there was just a bare piece of land at the narrowest point of the Little Belt. After a number of unsuccessful wars, the peninsula in the Little Belt area needed fortification.
In Fredericia you can experience spectacular theater, magnificent scenery and an exciting history.
Fredericia offers shopping with a view - to the Little Belt on the one side and the ramparts on the other side. Explore the city's many shops and enjoy a coffee at one of the cozy cafés.
In 2019 Fredericia will be visited by 19 ships.
11th April - Viking Sky
21st April - Viking Sky
4th June - AIDAcara
11th June - MV. Amadea
14th June - MV. Deutschland
14th June - AIDAcara
5th July - Marella Explorer
6th July - Braemar
14th July - Europe
6th August - Arcadia
8th August - Serenade of the seas
8th August- MV. Amadea
16th August - Disney Magic
19th August - AIDAaura
20th August - Silver Spirit
1st September - Seabourn Ovation
12nd September - Balmoral
30th September- Saga Sapphire
24th December - Arcadia
The ramparts of Fredericia are a unique historical momument that surround the city centre. It is one of the largest and most well preserved of its kind in northern Europe.
On the construction of the Little Belt bridge you can enjoy the view from the top.
Experience the annual 6th of July Celebrations in Fredericia from 5th-8th of July and watch history come to life with soldiers from 1849, music and parades in the streets, cannon salutes, shopping, street food market and the 6th of July Jazz & Blues Festival.
The town museum is a museum which shows the cultural and historical development of Fredericia, mainly since the foundation of the town in 1650.
The Canal District by the Little Belt will be a vibrant and sustainable district with up to 2.800 new workplaces and around 1.000 residences.
Discount: DKK 50,- for children 12 years and below. Please use the given booking code on your BE HAPPY PASS when booking.
Middelfart and Fredericia are natural beauty with a view.
Cruise ships bring tourists from all over the world to Fredericia. Read what some of them think about the historical city.
In 2017 Fredericia was visited by eight cruise ships: MS Prinsendam, Braemar, Serenade of the Seas, Silver Cloud, Celebrity Eclipse and Thomson Celebration. Prinsendam and Serenade of the Seas were both here twice.
The cruise season began in May and ended on September 17th with a second visit from Prinsendam.
In 2018 there will be seven ships and you will be able to read more about them on this page soon.