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10 Days. 10 Ports. 1 Amazing Holiday.
Day 1 (Embark)
Time : 4:00 pm
London (Southampton), England
Protected from the frequent storms of the English Channel by the Isle of Wight, Southampton has survived a turbulent history to serve as a principal port of the United Kingdom today. Pay homage to one of the most famous ships to sail these shores at the Mayflower Memorial. Visit the stoic walls of Bargate and the Tudor House Museum.
Time : 9:00 am
Paris (Le Havre), France
Hop on a tour bus to the City of Light to experience the magic of Paris. Stroll down the Champs-Elysées as you nibble on a croissant. Take photos of beautiful Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower. Notre-Dame, the Louvre, Montmartre and all the other iconic places of Paris lie 120 miles up the Seine from the port of Le Havre. Or explore the charms of Le Havre, spend the day at Monet's Giverny or explore Rouen's Old Market Place, where Joan of Arc was burned in 1431.
Time : 7:00 am
Brussels, Bruges (Zeebrugge), Belgium
The ultimate European city, Brussels has tonnes of museums, fountains, gardens and great shopping. Stroll the Old Town area to see St. Hubert Arcades and its shops, as well as Butchers' Street with its plethora of restaurants and cafes and the Grand Place with its Baroque guild houses.
Time : 8:00 am
Affectionately known as the "Venice of the North," Amsterdam is actually situated below sea level and built entirely on stakes driven into the ground. The Anne Frank House, The Hague and a Delft Blue Pottery Factory are but a few of the sights that await your arrival. Explore more of Amsterdam on a European cruise!
Time : 8:00 am
Nestled along the beautiful Elbe River lies exquisite Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany. You can barely tell that this illuminated metropolis traces its history to the year 831. And whilst there are plenty of modern buildings to see, like the highly anticipated Elbphilharmonie along the water, it's Hamburg's older culture that can be most exciting. Try a visit to the Fish Auction Hall and Market, an open-air market that's been hawking local wares since 1703. Your visit promises authentic local culture, because it's not just a market. It's a neighborhood scene, a great place to absorb local colour. And that means you might be lucky enough to catch the occasional rock band playing there in the morning, alongside locals selecting their evening meals from the catches of the day. Model enthusiasts shouldn't miss the spectacular Miniatur Wunderland, a massive model exhibit that leaves visitors speechless with its detail and realism. Of course, there's historic architecture all around and a lovely botanical garden at Park Planten un Blomen. With something for everyone, there's no question you'll have a guten tag in Hamburg!
Time : 7:00 am
Cruising (Day at sea)
Time : 12:00 pm
Imagine sailing on the incredible Viking long ships in the Viking Ship Museum. Picture perfect, the oldest Scandinavian city sits at the head of a 60-mile fjord framed by lakes, woods, moors. Views forever, visit the cliff-dwelling Akershus Castle, originally built in 1300.
Enjoy a day of exploration and discovery in picturesque Gothenburg. Located on Sweden’s southwest coast, Gothenburg has been a vital port through the centuries. View the dramatic cliffs of the port's Archipelago as you cross the Alvborg Bridge and breathe in the fragrance of colourful flowers at the beautiful Botanical Gardens. Head out on a walking tour through the city’s cultural hub Götaplatsen – a square bordered by the Musuem of Fine Arts and featuring the impressive Poseidon Fountain. Set sail to Gothenburg on a European cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line.
First settled by the Vikings in the 8th century, Aarhus is ideally situated where its namesake river flows into the sea. Today the city is the second largest in Denmark but is called the "World's Smallest Big City." It only takes a short amount of time to discover why this is true. Whilst Aarhus is a vibrant port city with numerous attractions, the laid-back atmosphere and friendly locals give it a small-town feel. From the intriguing Viking Museum to the enchanting Marselisborg Castle and colourful buildings hugging cobblestone streets, there is much to explore in Aarhus.
Time : 9:00 am
Hamburg (Kiel), Germany
Founded in the 13th century, Kiel was mostly destroyed during World War II. Today, the port city encompasses much green space and has been rebuilt upon a complicated past, which you can discover by touring its historic landmarks and museums, including the Naval Memorial and a German submarine U-995. Stroll along the waterfront promenade and enjoy scenic views of the harbour and Kiel Fjord, or journey outside the city along the waterway to explore picturesque villages and sandy beaches.
Time : 7:00 am
The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, is filled with canals, cobbled squares and copper spires. But don't let the historic appearance fool you. This is also Scandinavia's most cosmopolitan city. Certainly you can relive medieval times in The Latin Quarter, but you can also enjoy some of Europe's finest shopping, museums, cafes and nightlife prior to your cruise around the Baltics. Explore more of Copenhagen on a European cruise!
This is one truly immersive experience for all your senses. From the sights of quaint medieval squares to tree-lined canals and gorgeous architectural facades, Brussels with take your breath away. Its friendly outdoor cafes and colourful open-air markets are perfect for sipping on local brews or sampling exquisite Belgian chocolates, tasty delights for all ages. In Amsterdam, get ready to museum hop though places like the Electric Ladyland - the world's only museum devoted to the wonders of fluorescence, the notable and inspirational House of Anne Frank, or the Rembrandt House Museum.
30% discount applied and includes 2 of the following:
- Drinks Package
- Dining Package
- Wifi Package
- Shore Excursion Credit
- Extra Guests Sail at a Reduced Rate