With Norwegian Cruise Lines latest campaign – Euro Cup 14 day sale – you can make massive savings on sailings to Europe and we feel this offer is one not to be missed.
This beautiful cruise will take you from the fairy tale Danish capital of Copenhagen, on to the seaside resort of Warnemunde, in northern Germany. You will experience the stunning medieval city of Tallinn in Estonia, and then on to St. Petersburg, where you can stroll along its historic canal or take in the culture by visiting the State Hermitage Museum, which is set in the magnificent Winter Palace. Experience Helsinki’s harbourside, with it’s complex coastline, before heading off to elegant Stockholm.
Norwegian Star was launched in 2001 and extensively renovated in 2015 and features 14 delicious dining options, 11 bars and lounges, a sprawling spa, an exciting casino, lavish shows and tons of fun for kids of every age.
- Day one – Copenhagen – departs 17:00
- Day two – Warnemunde (Berlin) – arrives 07:30 – departs 22:00
- Day three – at sea
- Day four – Tallinn – arrives 09:00 – departs 17:30
- Day five – St. Petersburg – arrives 08:00
- Day six – St. Petersburg – departs 19:00
- Day seven – Helsinki – arrives 07:00 – departs 16:00
- Day eight – Stockholm – arrives 08:00 – departs 16:00
- Day nine – at sea
- Day 10 – Copenhagen – arrives 17:00
- 9 nights aboard Norwegian Star
- Traditional dining or endless buffets (additional charge for à la carte)
- Lavish theatre shows
- State-of-the-art fitness centre
- Sports court
- Pools & hot tubs
- Kid’s centre and teen discos.
- 4th July 2016 – from £918pp
- 13th July 2016 – from £908pp
- 31st July 2016 – from £878pp
- 9th August 2016 – from £1218pp
- 18th August 2016 – from £1188pp
- 27th August 2016 – from £1118pp
- 5th September 2016 – from £1328pp
As Hans Christian Anderson once said…Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen. What a wonderful start to your cruise. With it’s industrial-chic bars and Michelin-starred restaurants you will drink and dine in style. Popular with the tourists is The Little Mermaid, which turned 100 years old in 2013. She is a beautiful sculpture made of bronze and granite, which was inspired by Hans Christian Anderson. If you are looking to shop check out Strøget shopping street where you can shop till you drop… or at least until you have to return to the ship.
St. Petersburg, Russia
There is so much to love about St. Petersburg. Steeped in history, you will have so much to explore including St. Isaac’s Cathedral, with it’s golden dome that dominates the skyline. Enjoy the biggest collection of Russian art at the Russian Museum and marvel at the sight of the five-domed Church of the Resurrection of Christ, which took a staggering 24 years to build. Neglected and abused for years the Church finally began restoration in the 1970s and took 27 years to complete – astounding but so worthwhile. It really is a beautiful sight.
We all know that Stockholm is home to ABBA and all you fans can visit the museum, which is packed with memorabilia. There are actually 70 museums in Stockholm, for all you art lovers. There are beautiful parks and an array of shops in Gamla Stan, or you can visit the Vasa Museum, which houses a massive 17th century warship that sank on its maiden voyage.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||22 July 2016|
|Cruiseline:||Norwegian Cruise Line|
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