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NORTH SEA MEDLEY

V6217

Berlin to Amsterdam (3-Night Berlin Land Package included) on Crystal Symphony
DATES : June 29 - July 9, 2016 (10 Days)  CRUISE-ONLY FARES FROM : $4,965 Per Person

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Date Port Arrival Departure
Jun 29, Wednesday -
Jul 1, Friday
Berlin/Hamburg, Germany (overnight land program) »    

Docking in Hamburg, you will be introduced to Germany’s second-largest city and biggest port, with all the confidence and vivacity to match. A key player in the Hanseatic League and perpetual magnet for maritime activities, Hamburg is one of Europe’s most affluent cities, drawing media, publishing and financial enterprises to its waterside locale. Significant architecture, waterways crisscrossed by myriad bridges (more than London, Amsterdam and Venice combined), stately parks and gardens, and streets imbued with WWII history make Hamburg a fine destination for art and history buffs. Hamburg also lives up to its moniker, “Gateway to the World,” especially as it relates to Berlin, situated 180 miles to the southeast. Decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the German capital is vibrant with a sense of purpose and packed with important sights. The Reichstag Parliament, Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate and remnants of the disassembled Wall are highlights of any Berlin experience.

Note: Arrival and departure times for this port will depend on tidal restrictions.

Jul 2, Saturday
Berlin/Hamburg, Germany (overnight) »   Embark pm*

Docking in Hamburg, you will be introduced to Germany’s second-largest city and biggest port, with all the confidence and vivacity to match. A key player in the Hanseatic League and perpetual magnet for maritime activities, Hamburg is one of Europe’s most affluent cities, drawing media, publishing and financial enterprises to its waterside locale. Significant architecture, waterways crisscrossed by myriad bridges (more than London, Amsterdam and Venice combined), stately parks and gardens, and streets imbued with WWII history make Hamburg a fine destination for art and history buffs. Hamburg also lives up to its moniker, “Gateway to the World,” especially as it relates to Berlin, situated 180 miles to the southeast. Decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the German capital is vibrant with a sense of purpose and packed with important sights. The Reichstag Parliament, Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate and remnants of the disassembled Wall are highlights of any Berlin experience.

Note: Arrival and departure times for this port will depend on tidal restrictions.

Jul 3, Sunday
Berlin/Hamburg, Germany »   8 am*

Docking in Hamburg, you will be introduced to Germany’s second-largest city and biggest port, with all the confidence and vivacity to match. A key player in the Hanseatic League and perpetual magnet for maritime activities, Hamburg is one of Europe’s most affluent cities, drawing media, publishing and financial enterprises to its waterside locale. Significant architecture, waterways crisscrossed by myriad bridges (more than London, Amsterdam and Venice combined), stately parks and gardens, and streets imbued with WWII history make Hamburg a fine destination for art and history buffs. Hamburg also lives up to its moniker, “Gateway to the World,” especially as it relates to Berlin, situated 180 miles to the southeast. Decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the German capital is vibrant with a sense of purpose and packed with important sights. The Reichstag Parliament, Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate and remnants of the disassembled Wall are highlights of any Berlin experience.

Note: Arrival and departure times for this port will depend on tidal restrictions.

Jul 4, Monday
Kristiansand, Norway » 7 am 3 pm
Set on the scenic southern tip of Norway, at a magical spot with more sunshine than anywhere else in Scandanavia, little Kristiansand is Nature’s playground. Its spacius, ice-free harbor is ringed with thousands of tiny islands, a haven for swimmers, boaters and sport fishermen. Along the waterfront, in the silent Christiansholm fortress, and the charming houses of the historic center, you’ll find a peaceful serenity.
Jul 5, Tuesday
Edinburgh/Queensferry Landing, Scotland (overnight) » 1 pm*  
Dominated by a medieval castle on a towering crag, Edinburgh is the celebrated capital of Scotland and boasts more than a thousand years of vibrant historical heritage.

The Exchange building, the famous Royal Mile featuring St. Giles Cathedral and John Knox House, as well as Palace of holyroodhouse, the Queens official, are only a few of the architectural masterpieces found in this delightful Scottish city.

Note: Arrival and departure times for this port will depend on tidal restrictions.
Jul 6, Wednesday
Edinburgh/Queensferry Landing, Scotland »   8 pm*
Dominated by a medieval castle on a towering crag, Edinburgh is the celebrated capital of Scotland and boasts more than a thousand years of vibrant historical heritage.

The Exchange building, the famous Royal Mile featuring St. Giles Cathedral and John Knox House, as well as Palace of holyroodhouse, the Queens official, are only a few of the architectural masterpieces found in this delightful Scottish city.

Note: Arrival and departure times for this port will depend on tidal restrictions.
Jul 7, Thursday
Newcastle upon Tyne, England » 7 am 5 pm

Formerly a coal town, Newcastle Upon Tyne is today a hip and trendy destination, reinventing itself after the heady days of full-steam-ahead industrialization screeched to the near standstill of recession. “Geordies,” as the locals are known, give Newcastle a distinct character—and a practically indecipherable dialect.  The tough life of the Geordies has imbued in them, somewhat surprisingly, the gift of optimism, one they share willingly and generously. The people are one wonderful draw of the area; another is the Northumberland coast and Pennine hills, home to some of England’s loveliest scenery and ruins of Hadrian’s Wall. For all the appeal of the land, you may find it hard to leave the city, with its famed suspended-deck Tyne Bridge, graceful Victorian Central Arcade and charming Grainger Town, the beautiful and historic heart of the city.

Jul 8, Friday
Amsterdam, Netherlands (overnight) » 2 pm  
Amsterdam derives its name from a 13th-century protective dam. Itis a beautifully preserved city with quaint architectural styles, priceless art treasures and welcoming people. Many of its wondrous highlights are located within the five concentric canals that gird the city's older neighborhoods and business districts. Whether cruising its waterways or visiting its exquisite galleries and museums, you will discover a wealth of fascinating sightseeing opportunities. A short drive away, characteristic towns preserve their traditional Dutch ways with intricate national costumes, sturdy wooden shoes and purposeful windmills.
Jul 9, Saturday
Amsterdam, Netherlands » Disembark am  
Amsterdam derives its name from a 13th-century protective dam. Itis a beautifully preserved city with quaint architectural styles, priceless art treasures and welcoming people. Many of its wondrous highlights are located within the five concentric canals that gird the city's older neighborhoods and business districts. Whether cruising its waterways or visiting its exquisite galleries and museums, you will discover a wealth of fascinating sightseeing opportunities. A short drive away, characteristic towns preserve their traditional Dutch ways with intricate national costumes, sturdy wooden shoes and purposeful windmills.
*  Arrival and departure times will depend on tidal restrictions.
All itineraries and times are subject to change. Click on ports for detailed information.
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