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Jewels of the Baltic

Overview

Join Sports Leisure Vacations on Holland America’s ms Zuiderdam, a signature midsized Vista-Class ship (1,900 passengers) featuring modern amenities and spectacular art and antique collections. Capital cities of Northern Europe: Copenhagen, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, Stockholm, and Berlin.  

Daily Itinerary

Departing Copenhagen, step back into time with Tallinn’s medieval spires, and take your time enjoying the fabulous art at the Hermitage with an overnight in St. Petersburg. Visit the capital cities of Helsinki and Stockholm; and in Germany, see the sights of Berlin and Hamburg.

Copenhagen is one of the easiest European capitals to fall in love with… cobbled streets and the tower-and turret-dotted skyline lend a fairy-tale charm… this was after all, the home of author Hans Christian Andersen. 

Denmark’s Arhus is a picturesque town of winding canals located on the east coast of the Jutland Peninsula. Recognized as a European Capital of Culture, the city hosts a collection of waterside developments that are architecturally innovative while anchored to the simple and pleasing Danish aesthetic… creating a relaxing place to enjoy the Danish sea air.

Tallinn, Estonia is Northern Europe’s oldest capital. It is also one of the best preserved.

St. Petersburg, Russia emerged from the vision of one man, Czar Peter the Great, at the beginning of the 18th century and was the country’s capital for 200 years. Pushkin called it Russia’s “Window to Europe.” The Hermitage is the most famous attraction – one of the world’s greatest art museums. Nearby, the summer residences of the czars, are dazzling gilded Baroque palaces.

Finland’s capital, Helsinki, has its own singular style and appeal. Modern architecture captures the sun reflecting off the water for a truly brilliant picture experience on the coast.

The Swedish capital of Stockholm is spread over more than a dozen islands linked by bridges. Enjoy the verdant Djurgarden with museums and cultural sites; or the Gamla Stan area, home to the Royal Palace.

Berlin, one of the younger capitals of the North, has had an incredible history as the epitome of excesses during the Weimar Republic; and then the capital of the Nazi Regime. For 45 years, it was divided by the infamous wall. Today, Berlin is once again unified and visitors find an intriguing, vibrant city filled with cultural treasures. Thoughtful memorials and museums acknowledge the darker moments of history, while the artists and entrepreneurs enthusiastically embrace the futuristic atmosphere of possibilities.

Just 90-kilometers from the seaside port of Kiel, Hamburg is Germany’s “Gateway to the World.” Located on the mighty River Elbe, this commercial port city is filled with an air of maritime mystique and excitement. 
 

Date

Port
June 22 Overnight Flight
June 23 Arrive Copenhagen – 1 night
June 24 Copenhagen – Ship departs at 5pm
June 25 Arhus, Denmark
June 26 At Sea
June 27 Tallinn, Estonia
June 28-29 St. Petersburg, Russia
June 30 Helsinki, Finland
July 1 Stockholm, Sweden
July 2 At Sea
July 3 Warnemunde(Berlin), Germany
July 4 Kiel (Hamburg), Germany
July 5 Skagen, Denmark
July 6 Fly Home

Daily Itinerary Meal Legend
CBContinental Breakfast
BGenerally a limited buffet or menu
FBFull buffet or choice of menu
BRBrunch, often buffet-style
LLunch, often several menu options
HT or ATHigh or Afternoon Tea
DDinner, often several menu options

Departures

Saturday, June 22, 2019 to Saturday, July 6, 2019

15 Days
$5685
p.p./dbl.occ.
$7590
single

Pricing

Inside Cabins- prices starting from:
Occupancy Price Per Person
Single $7590
Double $5685
Outside Cabins- prices starting from:
Occupancy Price Per Person
Single $7915
Double $5870

Gold Passport Points based on cabin category.

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