Northern Europe Cruises
The stunning Northern Lights, the charming capitals of Scandinavia, the untouched nature, the grand Fjords, the enchanted castles and sparkly glaciers, the picturesque villages and much, much more to discover.
Taking a cruise of Northern Europe entails scenic beauty, epic history and dazzling art and culinary diversity. Abundant in breathtaking natural scenery, Northern Europe offers rugged Scottish Highlands with glens and lakes and fabulously jagged Norwegian fjords. Northern Europe makes for an ideal cruise destination and offers beautiful coastal regions such as the Baltic and North Sea.
Northern Europe has an unbeatable wealth of cultural attractions on offer. From immersion in London's vibrant nightlife to discovering the diverse history of Germany, cruising the captivating Stockholm Archipelago and experiencing the natural wonders of Denmark, A Northern European cruise promises not to diasppoint.
Southampton's harbor is mainly known for the Titanic, which in 1912 began her journey there. Today the city is a popular destination for many cruise ships. Discover the many old buildings from the long history of Southampton. For example, visit the Medieval Merchants House built by a merchant in 1290. Several museums explain the history of the city: in the Maritime Museum, you can watch a Titanic exhibition.Highlights of Southampton
- Visit the amazing Solent Sky Museum
- Take a tour of the Tudor House and Garden
- Be sure to experience British cuisine in an array of restaurants
Amsterdam is a European cultural hub, known for its diverse culture and laid-back attitude. Canals can be found throughout the city and boat tours are a great way to see the city. However modern the city may be today; the capital city of the Netherlands offers an abundance of historically significant sights. The Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum offer an almost unrivalled collection of artworks, while a visit to Anne Frank’s House is sure to provide an unforgettable insight into the past of the city. Whether looking to explore by day or by night, a trip to Amsterdam promises to offer something for everyone.Highlights of Amsterdam
- Discover the history of the city by visiting the Anne Frank House
- Be sure to sample little Dutch pancakes also known as poffertjes
- Explore Amsterdam on foot by taking a walking tour from Dam Square
Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scandanavia and Northern Europe. Along the cobbled and bike-filled streets you will find a city which is consistently ranked as being the world's happiest, which helps to make Copenhagen a welcoming and unforgettable location to visit. Nyhavn harbour with its brightly coloured buildings and numerous cafés and eateries is a popular area of the city. The iconic Little Mermaid statue is a must-see for many and is located near Nyhavn, along the waterfront at Kastellet.Highlights of Copenhagen
- Visit Tivoli Gardens for a mix of beautiful flora, fun rides and at Christmas time a stunning light display
- Travel like a local and explore Copenhagen by bike
- Learn about the history of the city in The National Museum of Denmark
The old Hanseatic city of Bergen is surrounded by seven mountains and seven fjords. From the mountains, you can admire the breathtaking views of mountains and the surrounding area. The famous fish market and Bryggen, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, are also worth a visit. Bergen has alot to offer along with excellent art museums the city has an electric nightlife.Highlights of Bergen
- Be sure to visit one of Bergen's incredible art museums
- Experience Norwegian cuisine like never before in 'Colonialen Littersturhuset'
- Be sure to explore the beauty of Bryggen
Estonia's capital city is located on the Baltic Sea, approximately 80 km from Helsinki. The Old Town is a maze of medieval streets and spires and has also been made a UNESCO World Heritage site, helping to preserve the oldest capital city in Northern Europe. Visiting Talinn is like stepping into a modern-day medieval fairytale. Toompea, located on Tallinn's upper side is home to numerous architectural wonders such as the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Visitors can also expect to find an abundance of canals and beaches in Tallinn.Highlights of Tallinn
- Experience the charm of Tallin's Old Town
- Enjoy a stroll around Kadriorg Park or the Rocca Al Mare Open Air Museum
- Journey up the Oleviste Church, once the tallest building in the world
Scandinavia's largest city is home to the residence of the king, the Swedish Parliament and the Swedish government. The palace and the parliament building should not be missed. For all art and culture fans, Stockholm offers numerous theaters, unbeatable cuisine, great shopping and museums. Stockholms holds pristine forests and an extensive archipelago.Highlights of Stockholm
- Be sure to visit the good humoured Vasamuseet Museum
- Experience the worlds first open air museum Skansen
- Explore the history and architecture of Uto
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