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Day 1
Southampton, UK, England

Southampton’s location, at the foot of the United Kingdom, offers an ideal point from which to embark on a cruise out of the UK. With a total of four terminals, the city can accommodate some of the largest cruise vessels in the industry. With fantastic shopping opportunities and a large number of museums and art galleries, Southampton is a cosmopolitan city with a lot to offer visitors as well as those arriving in the area prior to embarking on a cruise.

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Day 3
Oslo, Norway

As the capital and largest city of Norway, Oslo is a significant economic, political and culture centre in Scandinavia. The city is home to many significant architectural structures including the Royal Palace, University of Oslo, Opera House, Oslo Cathedral, and a number of fascinating museums and galleries. One of the most interesting is the Viking Ship Museum, which houses two fantastically-preserved 1,100-year-old Viking Ships. Those seeking retail therapy will not be disappointed with the wide range of options available in the Norwegian capital. Oslo is surrounded by green hills and mountains, and lies just north of a stunning fjord, making it the ideal destination for scenic and wildlife photography. 

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Day 4
Warnemunde, Germany

The seaside resort of Warnemunde is a district of the German city of Rostock, in Mecklenberg. It is situated on the Baltic Sea, at the estuary of the River Warnow. Since the 19th century, it has been an important seaside resort and, today, it is overlooked by the lighthouse, which was built in 1897. Warnemunde is home to many wooden traditional-style fishermen houses and was also where the famous Norwegian painter, Edvard Munch, resided from 1907 to 1908.

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Day 5
Visby, Sweden

Regarded as one of the most significant towns in Scandinavia, Visby is surrounded by a medieval city wall – within which sits a Cathedral and many historic church ruins. The old town of Visby gained UNESCO World Heritage status and is home to a number of significant buildings and landmarks including Burmeister House, Sankta Maria Kyrka cathedral, and the medieval step-gable house of Gamla Apoteket.

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Day 6
Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki is the capital of Finland and is regarded by some as the “Daughter of the Baltic”. There are many interesting landmarks worth visiting during your time in Helsinki, but there are a few in particular which really stand out and are worth visiting if you are arriving on a day visit. The Church in the Rock is a distinctively unique minimalist church, which was dug out of solid rock and resembles a crashed UFO. An iconic monument dedicated to the world-famous composer, Jean Sibelius, can be found in Sibelius Park. Additionally, Helsinki is also home to Suomenlinna – an 18th century fort built by the Swedish to protect their eastern flank and, today, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Day 7
St Petersburg, Russia, West

Sitting elegantly on the Gulf of Finland at the eastern end of the Baltic Sea is Russia’s most European city, St Petersburg.  Once regarded as Tsar Peter the Great’s Window on the West, St Petersburg  is built on 42 islands, criss-crossed by rivers and canals and connected by 350 bridges. The city is brimming with stunning palaces built by the Czars and their associates, but perhaps the most famous and spectacular to visit are the Peterhof Palace, Yusopov Palace, Catherine's Palace and Shuvalov Palace.

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Day 9
Tallinn, Estonia

Filled with numerous spires of varying colours and heights – a journey to the Estonian capital of Tallinn will leave you feeling enchanted. The Medieval old town is wonderfully preserved and a stroll around this area will take you to many of the city’s highlights including the Raekoda (Town Hall) and the two impressive cathedrals. Alternatively, if you want to simply soak in your surroundings, head to Toompea Hill, which is home to the grave of the former Estonian king Kalev and was once home to the Danish aristocracy.

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Day 10
Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm is the Swedish capital and is home to nearly 2 million people, scattered across 14 individual islands. A total of 50 bridges connect these islands together to form a huge city that is home to many interesting landmarks and attractions. The city’s Old Town – which is also known as Gamla Stan – offers some of the city’s finest cultural and historical landmarks. These include the Royal Palace, Stockholm Cathedral, the 14th century Riddarholmen Church, and the Nobel Museum.

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Day 11
Klaipeda, Lithuania

Klaipeda is the third largest city in Klaipeda and has quickly become one of the country’s most vibrant towns since gaining independence from the Soviet Union, in 1990. As you wander the city streets, you will notice a number of sculptures of various different things including a mouse, guard dog, dragon, chimney sweep, and a black ghost. In addition to these, there is also the Lithuanian modern sculpture park – which is home to a total of 116 stone sculptures. These collectively add a sense of charm and character and are definitely worth seeing.

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Day 12
Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and offers a fine blend of cosmopolitan lifestyle with easily navigable streets. This impressive and attractive city can lead you on a journey of culture through its many interesting landmarks including Museum of Modern Art, the Kobenhavn Botanisk Have (Botanical Garden), the Royal Library, and an array of royal palaces. Copenhagen has a beach by the inner harbour, which is the perfect place to relax on warm, sunny days. The waterways of Copenhagen are the perfect place to start out on a voyage to the Norwegian fjords and arctic.  

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Day 13
Skagen, Denmark

Located in the region of North Jutland is Skagen – Denmark’s northernmost town. It is located at the point where the seas of Denmark and Sweden meet, which makes it an ideal location for fishing. Skagen also offers a fine collection of beaches, which are perfect for a relaxing stroll or for birdwatching.

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Day 15
Southampton, UK, England

Southampton’s location, at the foot of the United Kingdom, offers an ideal point from which to embark on a cruise out of the UK. With a total of four terminals, the city can accommodate some of the largest cruise vessels in the industry. With fantastic shopping opportunities and a large number of museums and art galleries, Southampton is a cosmopolitan city with a lot to offer visitors as well as those arriving in the area prior to embarking on a cruise.

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