Your Cruise to Europe, Northern

14 Nights/Europe, Northern

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Day 1
Southampton

This English borough, located on an inlet of the English Channel, is the country's busiest deep-water port. Southampton is a vibrant city known for its rich maritime history and its meandering Old Town walls. The city's Westgate is where the Pilgrims set sail for America aboard the Mayflower.

Day 2
At Sea

Day 3
Oslo

The oldest of the Scandinavian capital cities has some of Europe's best museums and offers a reprieve from the intense Norwegian wilderness - although panoramic vistas exist. Oslo is primarily modern in design and architecture, and it is noted for its many museums, historic buildings and public statues, including Munch Museum and the Viking Ship Museum.

Arrival10:00 AM
Day 4
Copenhagen

The largest city in Scandinavia, built on two islands, is a cozy metropolis that is often referred to as the "Paris of the North." Its winding streets, timbered houses and 12th-century castles evoke Copenhagen's past. Copenhagen is especially known for cafe culture and thrilling nightlife.

Arrival9:00 AM
Day 5
At Sea

Day 6
Stockholm

Experience Stockholm's beauty from the water (as much as Amsterdam and Venice) or the many faces of the city's distinct neighborhoods, stages, museums and parks. The magnificent heights of S�der and Gamla Stan, dating from the Middle Ages, are very different from Djurg�rden�s fantastic woods and the shopping thoroughfares around Stureplan. Take a walk through the atmospheric back streets of Gamla to admire its 17th century buildings. Visit M�rten charming and narrowTrotzig�s Alley which measures only 35 inches across!

Arrival9:00 AM
Day 7
Helsinki

The exotic capital of Finland is a consummate city of the sea, built along a series of peninsulas and islands jutting along the Gulf of Finland. Neoclassical schemes of the early 1800's and modernist Finnish styles of the mid 20th century combine to make it a sprawling masterpiece, outfitted with sea-bordered parks, picturesque boulevards and waterside walkways.

Arrival10:00 AM
Day 8
St. Petersburg

The "Venice of the North" is one of the most beautiful cities of the world, and its aura of imperialism and graceful stillness engulfs its visitors. Initially founded by Peter the Great in 1703, it served primarily as a seaport on the Baltic. Its roads, facades and waterways convey a stoic energy derived from over 300 years of political, industrial and cultural birth and rebirth.

Arrival7:00 AM
Day 9
St. Petersburg

The "Venice of the North" is one of the most beautiful cities of the world, and its aura of imperialism and graceful stillness engulfs its visitors. Initially founded by Peter the Great in 1703, it served primarily as a seaport on the Baltic. Its roads, facades and waterways convey a stoic energy derived from over 300 years of political, industrial and cultural birth and rebirth.

Day 10
Tallinn

The capital of Estonia is a living museum that houses more complete remnants than most European cities. Winding cobblestone streets and storybook medieval houses accentuate its old town, while the vast, ungodly Lasnam�e apartment district captures the essence of the Soviet reign.

Arrival8:00 AM
Day 11
At Sea

Day 12
Berlin

The fine, sugar-white sand goes on for 15 kilometers along the pristine blue waters of Baltic Sea. Head to popular West Beach and relax in one of the many striped Strandkorben ? canopied wicker chairs. Or check out quieter East Beach, lined by high sand dunes. Cruise to Berlin, Germany to watch the waves crash against 19th-century Warnemunde Lighthouse. Then, make your way to the Alte Strom, where you can stroll along the quaint promenade and buy fresh fish straight off the fishing cutters. Take in the salty air of this sleepy fishing village, and savor the relaxed pace of life. Sample fresh-caught seafood, try a local brew and do some people-watching in one of the outdoor beer gardens.

Arrival7:00 AM
Day 13
At Sea

Day 14
At Sea

Day 15
Southampton

This English borough, located on an inlet of the English Channel, is the country's busiest deep-water port. Southampton is a vibrant city known for its rich maritime history and its meandering Old Town walls. The city's Westgate is where the Pilgrims set sail for America aboard the Mayflower.

Arrival6:00 AM

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Athletic/Exercise Facilities

  • Aerobic and Exercise Room
  • Basketball Court
  • Jogging /Walking Track

Children

  • Children Center
  • Kids Pool Area
  • Teen Center

Dining

  • Cafe
  • Dining Rooms
  • Grill

Entertainment/Recreation

  • Art Gallery
  • Bars/Lounges
  • Card Rooms
  • Casino
  • Library
  • Movie Theater/Cinema
  • Photo Shop and Photo Gallery
  • Roman Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Video Arcade
  • Wine Cellar

Health and Beauty

  • Hair Salon
  • Massage and Treatment Rooms

Services

  • Concierge
  • Handicapped Accommodations
  • Shore Excursion Desk
  • Steam Room

Ship Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Electric Current(220AC/110AC)
  • Elevators
  • Observation Lounge

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