Northern Europe Cruising

Set sail from Copenhagen on a 9-night cruise to ports in Scandinavia, Russia & the Baltic on the Norwegian Escape.

Price displayed above is per person based on double occupancy for the inside cabin and does not include US$163.31 in government fees and taxes per person. Upgraded cabin categories are available at an additional cost. Click “Update Price” for final price per person, which includes government fees and taxes.Board the Norwegian Escape in Copenhagen, Denmark, for a 10-day journey to popular ports in Northern Europe. The first stop on your adventure is Berlin, Germany, known for its striking architecture, storied past, energetic nightlife and traditional festivals.

While sailing north across the Baltic Sea, you’ll have a full day at sea to take advantage of all your amazing ship has to offer! Relax and gaze out at the sea on The Waterfront, a 1,320-foot (402-meter) oceanfront promenade. Adults can head to the District Brew House, featuring 25 draft beers and over 50 types of bottled beers. Meanwhile, kids can make a splash at the Aqua Park and slide down the Free Fall — the fastest waterslide at sea! Once hunger strikes, feast on a Cheeseburger in Paradise at Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville at Sea or savor Japanese hibachi dishes at Teppanyaki.

Your next stop is Estonia, where you can visit Tallinn’s quaint cobblestone streets, historic town square and 28.5-mile (46-kilometer) coastline. Continuing north, you’ll drop anchor next in St. Petersburg, where you’ll have 2 days to explore top attractions and traditional Russian architecture like onion-shaped domes, vibrant colors and elaborate ornamentation.

From there, the Norwegian Escape takes you to Helsinki, Finland’s largest city and capital. While there, why not take in the sights and shopping opportunities of the city center and Senate Square? You’ll round out your maritime getaway with a day in Stockholm, Sweden, home to 13th-century gothic cathedrals, historic city walls, boutique shops, unique eateries and more. After another refreshing day of cruising, you’ll return to Copenhagen and disembark with amazing memories of your time at sea.

• Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate is the most well-known landmark in the city and is seen as a symbol of unification and peace.
• Tallinn’s Old Town — a UNESCO World Heritage site — is built over a complex network of more than 380 17th-century tunnels, many used as bomb shelters during World War II.
• Stockholm’s top attractions include the Royal Palace, Vasa Museum, Skansen open-air museum and zoo, medieval Gamla Stan and more.

 

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