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Copenhagen - Hotel Stay
From Viking treasures to royal palaces, there’s plenty of history to explore in Copenhagen but the city is also very progressive; with ambitious plans to be a carbon neutral city, more bicycles than people and stylish, modern architecture. It has an exciting restaurant scene with 15 Michelin starred restaurants.
Copenhagen - Embark Norwegian Getaway
Norwegian Getaway is a sensational ship that is guaranteed to keep you entertained during your cruise. Indulge in more than 28 dining options, experience the thrill of five water slides, and three levels of action-packed activities in the sports complex. The excitement continues with the Broadway musical, Million Dollar Quartet.
This German port town is known for its long beachfront and marina and also acts as the gateway to the German capital, Berlin. Here you can visit the glittering dome of Reichstag, one of Berlin’s most iconic buildings; head to the Berlin Wall outdoor memorial or explore the Neues Museum.
The maritime city of Gdansk on the Baltic Sea is the centre for the world’s amber trade and has many boutiques the showcase the intricate jewellery made of this gemstone. The historic centres has stunning architecture that is heavily influenced by Germanic and Polish traditions.
You can enjoy world-class cuisine in the huge number of restaurants and casual eateries on board Norwegian Getaway. With so much choice you may not get to sample them all – but it will be fun trying!
Helsinki, Finland’s beautiful capital with its many islands and inlets is famed for its stylish design and architecture. Easy to explore on foot, the city is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Suomenlinna also known as the ‘fortress of Finland’ and the fascinating art-nouveau style Kansallismuseo. Highlights include the Kiasma museum of contemporary art and the concert hall Musiikkitalo, while the train station is a beautiful example of art nouveau architecture.
Located on the Baltic Sea, St Petersburg offers grand architecture, atmospheric canals and the opportunity to experience one of Russia’s ‘white nights’, when the sun barely slips below the horizon.
The former imperial capital of Russia remains the cultural hub of Russia with venues such as the historic Mariinsky Theatre hosting opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum; home to one of the best collections of Russian art in the world.
Although the city is spread across 14 islands, Stockholm is easy to get around. Explore the cobbled streets and looming cathedrals of the old town or head to the island of Djurgarden, a tranquil oasis with forest trails and cosy cafes. You’ll find a stunning piece of history at the Vasa museum: the world’s only preserved 17th century battleship. Modern museums include the ABBA museum, where you can sing on stage alongside a virtual version of the band.
As evening falls, the Norwegian Getaway develops an exciting vibe as music, magic and comedy fill the entertainment lounges and bars. Take your pick between lavish shows, dance spectaculars, brilliant musicians or hilarious comedy acts. And, if all that isn’t enough, there’s also a dazzling display of fireworks on every cruise.
Copenhagen - Disembark Norwegian Getaway
Today you’ll arrive back in Copenhagen where your cruise ends. You’ll disembark Norwegian Getaway and fly home.
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