Southampton to Copenhagen aboard Seven Seas Voyager
Departing in June 2015 for 12-nights, Seven Seas Voyager shall make her way towards some of the most incredible destinations in Northern Europe.
Bruges shall be your first port of call and a wonderful way to start your Baltic adventure. Don’t forget to purchase some traditional Belgian chocolate while ashore. Amsterdam offers a glimpse at what Holland has to offer and as you leave the North Sea and head into the Baltic Sea you shall find yourself on an overnight stay in the fabulous city of St Petersburg, Russia, before heading towards Estonia, Poland and ultimately ending your adventure in Copenhagen. If you have never explored the Baltic region then this itinerary is certainly one to consider.
As Regent Seven Seas offer an all-inclusive experience you can relax in the knowledge that your fare includes flights, transfers, unlimited shore excursions, unlimited beverages, pre-paid gratuities, 24-hour room service and a fully stocked in-suite mini bar, just to name a few.
Itinerary and Highlights
Date of Departure: June 6 2015
Ship: Seven Seas Voyager
ITINERARY: Southampton | Bruges, Belgium | Amsterdam | Bremerhaven, Germany | Cruise the North Sea | Cruise the Baltic Sea | Helsinki, Finland | St Petersburg, Russia (overnight in port) | Tallinn, Estonia | Klaipeda, Lithuania | Gdansk, Poland | Copenhagen, Denmark
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Southampton to Copenhagen Highlights
- Amsterdam and Anne Frank – A visit to Amsterdam is not complete unless you visit the Anne Frank House and this tour combines history and the city perfectly. Your first stop shall be the Anne Frank House where you can learn more about this young girl and the seven others that went into hiding with her during the war. Next you shall enjoy a scenic drive taking in sights such as Baroque Royal Palace at Dam Square and The Mint Tower.
- Highlights of Helsinki – This panoramic driving tour provides a wonderful overview of Finland’s capital. You will take in the National Museum, Parliament building, Finlandia Hall and the stadium that hosted the 1952 Olympics.
- Classical St Petersburg – Explore everything St Petersburg has to offer on this full day tour. Beginning with a drive to Catherine’s Palace, the lavish summer residence of the imperial family until the time of the last tsar, and following on to the Peter and Paul Cathedral before ending at the Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood.
- Stutthof Camp and Gdansk – Your first stop shall be the Stutthof Concentration Camp where you will be taken on a guided tour. On the first day that Nazis invaded Poland, 1,500 arrests were made. In September 1939, 150 of those arrested were transported to Stutthof Camp. From 1940-1944 Stutthof grew from a small 30-acre camp intended for 3,500 prisoners to a 300-acre camp holding 57,000 prisoners. This tour is an incredible look into the history of this country. You will also explore the Old Town before heading back to Voyager.
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