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YOU'LL LOVE WHERE WE TAKE YOU...AND HOW

 

DAY

DATE

PORT OF CALL

ARRIVE

DEPART

Tue. Aug. 2 Stockholm, Sweden - Overnight
Wed. Aug. 3 Stockholm, Sweden - 17.00
Thu. Aug. 4 Visby, Sweden 10.00 19.00
Fri. Aug. 5 At Sea - -
Sat. Aug. 6 Warnemuende,Germany 06.00 23.59
Sun. Aug. 7 Copenhagen, Denmark 10.00 Overnight
Mon. Aug. 8 Copenhagen, Denmark - 18.00
Tue. Aug. 9 At Sea -
Wed. Aug. 10 Amsterdam, Netherlands 10.00 Overnight
Thu.. Aug. 11 Amsterdam, Netherlands -

 

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE JOURNEY AND THE DESTINATIONs

 

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VOYAGE TO THE CITY ON THE WATER

Lively, cosmopolitan Stockholm sports an appealing mix of modern Scandinavian architecture and fairy tale palaces, watched over by a Board of Beauty, responsible for preserving the city. One third of its area is devoted to green space, and another third to waterways, providing lots of room to breathe.

Gamla Stan is the oldest section, retaining the medieval layout of narrow meandering paths. For the contemporary take there's Sodermalm, known trendily as SoFo, with welcoming restaurants and pubs, specialty shops, and boutiques. Stieg Larson fans hang out here, as it is the area of the city where most action in the Millennium novels takes place.



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THE TOWN OF ROSES & RUINS

Visby boasts a rich history with tales of the Viking Age when it was a stronghold and trading post, a flourishing medieval period, and its membership in the powerful Hanseatic League.

Today Visby is best known as the Town of Roses and Ruins; you can stop and smell the blooms in all their glory in the Botanical Garden, and visit an array of impressive ruined medieval churches.

Wander a maze of cobbled streets in the old walled city, bicycle through beguiling countryside and dramatic coastal scenery, cast a line on a fishing expedition, or take a few swings at one of the seven excellent golf courses.




A BALTIC BEACH TOWN

Warnemunde is a seaside resort neighboring the red brick 800-year-old Hanseatic city of Rostock.

From here it is possible to spend the day in Berlin, capital city of a reunited Germany.

Its historical core, home to important monuments like the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building, is part of a revitalized city center, with cafes, restaurants, museums, and galleries. Layered over the Prussian past are WWII, recognized in a Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe; and Cold War relics, including a surviving section of the Berlin Wall and the infamous Checkpoint Charlie.


 

 

CRUISE TO THE CITY OF SPIRES

Copenhagen is known as a city of spires: the skyline of its medieval core is punctuated only by the steeples of churches and towers of palaces, though a modern building boom has overtaken other parts of the city.

Today's Copenhagen is known for its excellent quality of life and environmental consciousness - with many parks, it is green both literally and in today's sense of the word.

It is also bicycle-friendly, with bike paths lining almost every major street. After a ride or wander through the old town, stop for a local repast of Smørrebrød, traditional open-face sandwiches, or a mouthwatering Danish pastry.


 

 

VENICE OF THE NORTH

Amsterdam has a personality all its own, including a long time reputation for tolerance.

You'll be thinking of tulips and wooden shoes, perhaps Heineken beer, and some of the city's past inhabitants: Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and Anne Frank, who wrote her famous diary hidden in a canal-side house. But do you know that Amsterdam has more canals than Venice (connecting a jigsaw puzzle of 90 islands), joined by some 1,280 bridges (many illuminated by fairy lights at night)? Or that it boasts the oldest stock exchange in the world?