Come cruise to a new incredible European destination every day of your holiday with Norwegian. Discover the rich history and unique Art Nouveau architecture of Helsinki while visiting some of its many historic sites. Then uncover the best of St. Petersburg, from seeing the awe-inspiring Catherine Palace to exploring the Hermitage Museum, which includes the world’s largest collection of paintings. Among Berlin’s bustling streets, you can go to a section of the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie, tour the Holocaust Memorial and stroll Charlottenburg Palace’s impressive grounds.
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Built on 14 islands between Lake Malaren and the Baltic Sea, Stockholm is a surprising city with lovely parks, grand squares and a maze of shop-lined medieval streets in Gamla Stan, the old town. Don’t miss the State Apartments in the Baroque Royal Palace, or the Vasa Museum, housing a massive 17th-century warship that sank on its maiden voyage.
They love their statues in Helsinki and in this compact city of wide avenues, eye-catching architecture and more than 200 parks, you’ll find sculptures everywhere. There’s a distinctly Russian look to the onion-domed Uspenski Cathedral, while a 20-minute boat ride takes you to Suomenlinna, said to be the world’s largest island fortress.
Capital of Russia for over 200 years, the original city of St. Petersburg is a treasure house of magnificent palaces, museums and onion-domed cathedrals built on a network of canals, criss-crossed by bridges. It’s so amazing that the entire city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site. And the great thing is, you’ve got two days to see it all.
It’s time to write your own fairytale – Tallinn is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe with a distinctive skyline of steeples and turrets, ornate gables and onion domes. Wander the cobbled streets, shop in the craft workshops and galleries, or visit Rocca al Mare, an open-air museum with authentic 18th and 19th-century buildings from across Estonia.
Stroll the beautiful waterfront of Gdynia before heading to nearby Gdansk, the largest city in northern Poland. For a taste of local life, walk along bustling Long Market lined with delicious cafes and unique boutiques. Explore the sites of historic Old Town, which was restored after being destroyed in World War II. Tour St. Mary’s Church – one of the world’s largest brick cathedrals – or visit the Maritime Museum for a glimpse into the past of this ancient port city.
Rostock is the largest city in the north German state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Enjoy a picturesque passage from the North Sea to the Baltic, between the city of Kiel and the mouth of the River Elbe. This great engineering achievement carves through the charming North German landscapes of Schleswig-Holstein.
Cue for a song – but wonderful, wonderful it is and so choc-a-bloc with fairytale sights like the famous Little Mermaid, story book soldiers outside the Royal Palace and fun-filled Tivoli Gardens. The old harbour with its colourful gabled houses is a must and if you’re feeling adventurous, you can even explore the city by bike or kayak.
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