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Your Itinerary

DAY 2 - 3
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Formerly the Prussian capital known as Memel, Klaipėda bears the marks of its past with its distinctive Germanic architecture and atmosphere. The city has a lively arts scene with music concerts and jazz clubs, as well as its many festivals. Visit the wide sandy beach at Smiltynė, or relax in one of the city’s cosy bistros.

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DAY 8 - 9
St Petersburg
St Petersburg Russia’s “Cultural Capital” is home to world’s second largest museum The Hermitage and of course when here you cannot miss out on seeing a Russian Ballet performance live or go to Catherine Palace to see first-hand the opulence that the Romanovs lived in, and what stay in Russia would be complete without a famous nesting doll.
DAY 10
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DAY 11

The capital of Latvia is a charming and beautiful city. It is known for its lively nightlife and thriving restaurant scene. Tour the historic Old Town with its grand buildings, explore around the Freedom Monument, or haggle in the central market. Rīga has many beautiful museums and churches to visit too.

DAY 12
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DAY 13
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An ideal point from which to explore nearby Berlin, Warnemunde is a popular seaside resort in northern Germany on the Baltic Sea. Stroll down the Alte Strom, a quaint path through the heart of the city, lined with traditional buildings, restaurants, bars and shops and visit the 36m-high Warnemunde Lighthouse offering stuning views of Rostock and the Baltic Sea. Warnemunde is also home to the Teepott (teapot in German), an interesting living example of East German architecture built in the 1960s. Today the Teepott houses various restaurants and a sea voyage exhibition. For beer lovers there’s the Hanseatische Brauerei Rostock which produces the local Rostoker Pils, renowned throughout Germany.
DAY 14

The city owes much of its charm to the buildings erected by Denmark's monarchs, and boasts a treasure trove of late-Renaissance and Rococo architecture and is known as the Venice of the North. See the fabled statue of Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid, a symbol of the city and stroll along the old harbor of Nyhavn, lined with cafés, restaurants and 500-year-old gabled houses.

DAY 15
Gothenburg has a reputation for being a friendly place. Visit the beautiful hilltop fortification at Skansen Kronan, or see the picturesque district of Haga, full of 19th-century wooden houses. Pick up some bargains at the main shopping centre in Nordstan, or at the indoor fish market. There are plenty of museums and art galleries dotted around, and the city has a thriving arts scene, including its famous Gothenburg Film Festival.
DAY 16
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DAY 17

Queen Victoria


There’s something distinctly refined and regal about a Cunard cruise and the beautiful Queen Victoria certainly upholds the fine traditions of this luxury line. Even before you board this beautiful ship you’ll note the trademark black and red livery which, together with her sleek modern design, immediately sets the theme of proud cruising heritage married with innovative features for today’s cruise guests. From her plush, elegantly decorated public rooms to her gourmet dining and luxurious, spacious cabins, Queen Victoria exudes class. The range of options for high-quality entertainment and enrichment, as well as serene relaxation make for the cruise holiday of a lifetime.

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Queens Room

Head here for traditional afternoon tea or to dance the night away at one of the glamorous balls.


Entered service: 2007

Tonnage: 90,049

Number of Decks: 12

Passenger Capacity: 2,061

Total Crew: 981

Number of Cabins: 1,007

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: Yes

Number of Pools: 2

Number of Restaurants: 3

Kids Club: Yes

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