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Nordic Pathways

Nordic Pathways

12-day Cruise from London to Copenhagen onboard Marina

THE HISTORY, CULTURE AND CUISINE OF THE NORTH Glittering like the Crown Jewels on display in the Tower of London, each destination on this pathway along the northern shores of Europe offers new adventures and experiences that you will treasure for a lifetime. Using only the finest ingredients, raw chocolate bars are transformed into fine Belgian chocolates in the chocolatiers of Bruges, and the picturesque Dutch windmills are part of the Netherlands’ ingenious system of managing water levels. Check Point Charlie stands as a reminder of Berlin’s once divided past, while the opulent palaces of St. Petersburg are sparkling monuments to the immense power and wealth of Imperial Russia.

Nordic Splendor

Nordic Splendor

12-day Cruise from Copenhagen to London onboard Nautica

GRAND CITIES OF THE BALTIC Enjoy the last days of summer exploring some of Northern Europe’s most fascinating destinations. Helsinki, Finland’s capital, is full of energy and life in the summer months, and the monumental palaces of St. Petersburg shine even more brightly under the summer sun. Tallinn’s old town has been a bustling center of activity since the 12th century, and Stockholm is surrounded by a picturesque archipelago of more than 24,000 rocky islands. The tumultuous history of Berlin is told in the Cold War relics that are scattered across this once divided city, while the windmills of Holland have become a symbol of the Dutch struggles against flooding and the ingenious solutions that have resulted.

Countryside & Coastlines

Countryside & Coastlines

10-day Cruise from London to London onboard Nautica

EXPLORE THE BRITISH ISLES From the circular Gherkin building that is part of a changing cityscape in London to the 12th century St. Margaret’s Chapel in Edinburgh Castle, believed to be Edinburgh’s oldest building, this is your chance to explore the British Isles through the ages. Built during Hadrian’s rule in the 2nd century AD, Hadrian’s Wall near Newcastle is one of Northern Britain’s most popular attractions, while Glasgow is decorated with the art nouveau architecture of native son Charles Rennie Mackintosh. In Liverpool, learn about the early days of Britain’s greatest export, the Beatles, and in Dublin, the Guinness Experience tells the 250-year history of Guinness in Ireland.

Nordic Splendors

Nordic Splendors

12-day Cruise from London to Copenhagen onboard Marina

A CULTURAL ESCAPADE | From the distinct narrow, gabled houses of Amsterdam to the unique sculptures hiding throughout the quaint Old Town of Klaipeda, the cultures of Northern Europe offer a glimpse into the past and the history of Western civilization. The largest open-air gallery in the world, the East Side Gallery in Berlin is a section of the Berlin Wall that stretches for nearly a mile and is covered in murals painted by artists from around the world who traveled to Berlin after the wall fell. More distant history is revealed in the stunning 18th century Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. Petersburg, where Russian tsars from Peter the Great to Nicholas II were buried.

Baltic Marvels

Baltic Marvels

7-day Cruise from Copenhagen to Stockholm onboard Marina

SUMMER SEAS | The Baltic Sea shimmers under the summer sun as you explore some of the most intriguing cities in the world. A poignant symbol of the city’s tumultuous past, the restored Brandenburg Gate stands at the border where the Berlin Wall divided Berlin for 28 years. Tallinn’s medieval walled Old Town is a fascinating contrast to the elegant 19th century buildings of its modern neighborhoods. An overnight stay in St. Petersburg allows time to explore the Hermitage Museum at length. Occupying six historic buildings and containing nearly three million artifacts and works of art, the Hermitage is one of the world’s oldest and largest museums.