Updated: Oct 11, 2019
How to Experience Travel in Europe with Fun and Ease!
Cornhole & Culture: Apr 29, 2020 – May 03, 2020
The Scandinavian Cornhole Cruise offers travelers the amazing experience of playing with international cornhole players AND visiting multiple countries all at once. Check Oslo, Norway; Copenhagen, Denmark; and Kiel & Hamburg, Germany off your bucketlist.
Timed during the "Fruhlingsfest" time in Germany (Oktoberfest but for the Spring, or Fruhlings) it makes for a wonderful European travel experience.
A popular festival is located in Stuttgart, Germany (map here). Called the Stuttgarter Fruhlingsfest, it's pure German heaven with rides, beer halls, performances and more. The festival is 3 weeks long and starts 18 April and closes May 10th making it the perfect event to go to either prior to or after the Scandinavian Cornhole Cruise to have a real Cornhole and Culture experience.
Itinerary for the Scandinavian Cornhole Cruise
29 April: the ship will depart Hamburg, Germany 6pm
30 April: day on sea - Cornhole Tournament (organized by Frank who is a genius at cornhole tourneys)
1 May: arrival Oslo, Norway 8 am--Depart 6 pm - 10 Hours to explore Oslo
2 May: arrival Copenhagen 1 pm --Depart 8 pm - 7 hours to explore Copenhagen
3 May: arrival Kiel 8 am.
1. Each cabin reserved will receive a 50 euros drinks credit! Bonus.
2. The cornhole tournament will be played on "german short boards". We will post soon a detailed description on our news page on www.cornholeeuropa.com/blog.
3. There will be a complimentary shuttle from the end of the cruise Kiel, Germany back to Hamburg, Germany.
--610 euros per person, double occupancy in inner cabin class B. Additional options are available.
--The ship is the AIDAluna
--Nearest airport is Frankfurt or Amsterdam
--The dollar is strong now!
A HUGE benefit of this cruise: all the amazing cornhole people and 1st night tourney. Plus, Scandinavia is SUPER expensive, but with a cruise, you get to sleep and eat on the ship as it travels overnight to each port saving money.
Daytime is for touring, nighttime is for eating and playing cornhole.
So HOW to book this once in a lifetime opportunity to play cornhole, meet international players from around the world, and experience the best of Europe???
Send an email to email@example.com with your details and we can help you plan this. We've been just like you before-- confused, wasting money and time trying to figure everything out -- it's exhausting!
We have step-by-step instructions on how to self plan, lite packages, or full packages customized just for you! We provide off- the- beaten path experiences all with support in English.
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Perhaps you prefer to cruise in a convertible on the Romantic Road through impossibly cute towns lined with wineries and half timbered houses?
Or maybe you desire to just stroll the canals in Amsterdam and do whatever you like.
We can help.
However if you want to self book contact Stephanie the ship's travel agent for your cruise tickets and use momondo/skyscanner/airbnb (or your favorite sites) to make your plans, just don't miss ships' movement!
Stephanie is the cruise travel agent and available on WhatsApp (German time): +49 151-22605632
Agent: Reisebuero Wilhelmpassage Email: info@Reisebuero-wilhelmpassage.de Phone: German Number +49 611 99 10 50 (skype)
Guys- if there is interest we may try to coordinate a land based tournament in Germany the night before the Cruise. Send us your thoughts in the comments below.
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