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Baltic & Northern Europe


In the long days of summer, discover the charm of the Baltic Capitals – grand palaces, fairytale cities, beautiful gardens and an overnight in St. Petersburg for sensational sightseeing. Or head north to the wild and wonderful landscapes of Norway, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.


Baltic Capitals from Copenhagen NORWEGIAN SUN • 9 NIGHT CRUISE


Departs UK 2012: May 4, 13, 22# Aug 2#, 11, 20, 29 · Sep 7


Ship sails same day North Sea STOCKHOLM COPENHAGEN


WARNEMÜNDE Berlin


YOUR FLY-CRUISE OPTION Day 1


Transfer to pier YOUR CRUISE ITINERARY Day 1 Copenhagen, Denmark


Arrive Depart 17:00


Day 2 Warnemünde (Berlin), Germany 07:30 22:00 Day 3 Relaxing day at sea Day 4 Tallinn, Estonia


Day 5 St. Petersburg, Russia Day 6 St. Petersburg, Russia Day 7 Helsinki, Finland Day 8 Stockholm, Sweden


Day 9 Relaxing day at sea Day 10 Copenhagen, Denmark


YOUR FLY-CRUISE OPTION Day 10


09:00 17:30 08:00 overnight 19:00


07:00 17:00 08:00 15:00


07:00 Copenhagen, Denmark/UK Transfer to airport for fl ight home


On these dates, Norwegian Sun anchors at Nynäshamn (Stockholm) from 07:00 to 18:00; go ashore by tender; shore excursions to Stockholm available.


Disembarkation usually begins two hours after docking #


UK/Copenhagen, Denmark


PRICES P.P. FROM Cruise


Inside £899


Oceanview £989


Fly-Cruise Stockholm: Stockholm by Land & Sea £1,179 £1,269


Balcony £1,239 £1,519 Mini-Suite £1,699 £1,979 Suite £2,629 £2,909 3rd


/4th £405


Child 2-11† £325


Guests† £685 £605


†Sharing with two adults Prices based on May 4 & 13 dep.


Relax on a boat cruise along Stockholm’s attractive waterways; see the 17th


wander through the old town’s medieval streets.


For more shore excursions and to pre-book: www.ncl.co.uk/excursions


century warship, the Vasa and HELSINKI TALLINN , 31 · June 9, 18, 27 · July 6, 15, 24# Cruise from only


£899 per person*


ST. PETERSBURG


MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR TIME ASHORE


Warnemünde: Berlin & Potsdam's Prussian Palaces Whether you stop in Berlin at the famous former border crossing Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate or at Potsdam’s lavish Palace of Sanssouci – you’ll experience a fascinating journey through German history.


St. Petersburg: Pushkin & the Hermitage


Enjoy a day of imperial grandeur with visits to Catherine’s Palace – summer palace of the Tsars and the Hermitage, home to one of the world’s greatest art collections.


VISA INFORMATION


DIRECT FLIGHTS also available from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham to Copenhagen at NO SUPPLEMENT!


38 Learn more about our ships on pages 68-97


If you go ashore in St. Petersburg as part of one of our excursions we will obtain a visa on your behalf. If you wish to go ashore independently in Russia, you will be responsible for obtaining an individual tourist visa.


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