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ACROSS THE BALTIC SEA

V6215

Copenhagen to Stockholm on Crystal Symphony
DATES : June 12 - 22, 2016 (10 Days)  CRUISE-ONLY FARES FROM : $4,175 Per Person

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Three days in St. Petersburg allows for cultural immersion on a grand scale: a day at The Hermitage, an evening at the Mariinsky Theatre, an afternoon in the Great Hall at Catherine Palace.

Date Port Arrival Departure
Jun 12, Sunday
Copenhagen, Denmark »   7 pm
Denmark, the world's oldest kingdom, awaits your discovery on this visit to its lively capital, Copenhagen. Immerse yourself in the vitality of this delightful city as you explore its expansive parks and plazas, as well as its treasure trove of historic galleries and buildings. Discover its exquisite combination of Scandinavian elegance and European joie de vivre. Visitors traveling outside the city enter an altogether different world; one where stately castles are found nestled in the gentle, emerald-green Danish countryside.
Jun 13, Monday
Karlskrona, Sweden » 8 am 6 pm

Founded as a naval base in 1680 by King Carl XI, Karlskrona (“Carl’s Crown”) immediately saw growth in both size and importance. The city, spread over 30 islands in the eastern part of the Blekinge archipelago, still retains its naval atmosphere, in fact, quite tangibly. Its original street structure remains intact and most of its naval installations and Baroque buildings still stand, making Karlskrona an interesting stop for maritime enthusiasts, not to mention a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Karlskrona Maritime Museum presents waterfront views and fascinating exhibits, including an impressive collection of wooden ship models and life-sized ship interiors you can walk through. With the city’s archipelago location in mind, you might want to venture to some of the quaint and accessible isles, including Dragso, with its inviting beaches and clutch of redwood summer homes.

Jun 14, Tuesday
Klaipeda, Lithuania » 9 am 5 pm

Lithuania is at the center of Europe, both geographically and historically. Bordered by the Baltic Sea, Russia, Poland, Latvia and Belarus, is has been an essential destination for trade over the centuries. Today, Lithuania, and especially the town of Klaipeda, is an ideal destination for anyone wanting to indulge in a pleasant getaway.

Klaipeda dates to 1252, the year that saw the construction of the castle of Memelburg at the mouth of the Dane River. Local museums, old cobbled streets and beautiful churches bring to life the city's storied past and surely will keep the city vibrant and bustling in the years to come.
Jun 15, Wednesday
Mariehamn, Finland » 12 n 6 pm
An island located between Finland and Sweden in the Baltic Sea, Mariehamn is the only town in Åaland, an area founded in 1861 and named after Maria, the consort of Czar Alexander II. This “town of a thousand linden trees” contains a picturesque beautiful residential area, as well as historic churches, fortresses and a Maritime Museum that has gained international recognition. An autonomous country, the archipelago contains over 6,000 islands, and remains unique in its political and geographical situation.
Jun 16, Thursday
Helsinki, Finland » 9 am 6 pm
A heritage spanning over 450 years awaits you as you step ashore in Helsinki, "City of the Sea." Spurred on by the inspiration of Carl Ludvig Engel, a native of Berlin who had worked earlier in Tallinn and St. Petersburg, Helsinki has produced some of the world's finest architects. Today, the legacy of their splendid work is seen everywhere. Nonetheless, nature has not been subdued, as leafy parks and picturesque bays continue to exert their timeless influence. A political and economic hub, this city is also a cultural center boasting 20 theatres, the National Opera, numerous museums and art galleries.
Jun 17, Friday
St. Petersburg, Russia (overnight) » 7 am  
Formerly known as Leningrad, St. Petersburg is Russia's second-largest city. It lies on a series of islands on the broad reaches of the mighty Neva River. The network of decorated bridges arching above the numerous waterways and canals are a visual delight.

Over 300 years ago, this area was merely marsh and forest land. Peter the Great's vision was to build a window to the west, a city that would be a reflection of the great capitals of Europe. With the energy and drive so characteristic of this great man, he began the task. Magnificent Russian Versailles and Fontainbleau, with names like Pavlovsk and Peterhof, now encircle St. Petersburg; hence this comparatively young city has become ageless.
Jun 18, Saturday
St. Petersburg, Russia (overnight) »    
Formerly known as Leningrad, St. Petersburg is Russia's second-largest city. It lies on a series of islands on the broad reaches of the mighty Neva River. The network of decorated bridges arching above the numerous waterways and canals are a visual delight.

Over 300 years ago, this area was merely marsh and forest land. Peter the Great's vision was to build a window to the west, a city that would be a reflection of the great capitals of Europe. With the energy and drive so characteristic of this great man, he began the task. Magnificent Russian Versailles and Fontainbleau, with names like Pavlovsk and Peterhof, now encircle St. Petersburg; hence this comparatively young city has become ageless.
Jun 19, Sunday
St. Petersburg, Russia »   6 pm
Formerly known as Leningrad, St. Petersburg is Russia's second-largest city. It lies on a series of islands on the broad reaches of the mighty Neva River. The network of decorated bridges arching above the numerous waterways and canals are a visual delight.

Over 300 years ago, this area was merely marsh and forest land. Peter the Great's vision was to build a window to the west, a city that would be a reflection of the great capitals of Europe. With the energy and drive so characteristic of this great man, he began the task. Magnificent Russian Versailles and Fontainbleau, with names like Pavlovsk and Peterhof, now encircle St. Petersburg; hence this comparatively young city has become ageless.
Jun 20, Monday
Cruising the Baltic Sea  »

Your Story at Sea

Adventure. Romance. Discovery.

Aboard the most award-winning ships at sea, your story can be written exactly as you wish: pamper yourself at the Feng Shui-inspired Crystal Spa, work-out at our state-of-the-art fitness center or Walk-on-Water along our 360o Promenade Deck; learn how to translate your story into a movie with USC’s School of Cinematic Arts Digital Filmmaking class at our Creative Learning Institute ®; or learn about art, history and worldly destinations with our engaging celebrity entertainers and speakers with our Crystal Visions® Enrichment Program; sneak away to watch recently-released movies in the Hollywood Theatre, shop our luxury boutiques, or simply lounge poolside while our attentive crew caters to your every whim. From mat Pilates and yoga to PGA golf instruction and paddle tennis on full-size courts, today is all about you. As evening arrives, dine on the renowned culinary creations of Nobu Matsuhisa, and Crystal’s own acclaimed chefs with new Modern Cuisine and Global Inspired menus, enjoy special wine-makers dinners, breakout new production shows, intimate lounges, a pulsing dance club or our action-packed Crystal Casino. The choices as always aboard the World’s Best are yours. How will you write your story on board?

Jun 21, Tuesday
Stockholm, Sweden (overnight) » 8 am  
Sweden's capital, Stockholm, which sprawls over 14 islands, is often called the "Beauty on Water." Resting amid wooded hills, it is a city surrounded by water, firmly linked by over 50 bridges. Originally founded as a fortress in the 12th century, the earliest mention of Stockholm as a city was in the year 1252. By 1850, the city had less than 100,000 inhabitants. Today it is one of Europe's most prosperous cities with a population of over a million.
Jun 22, Wednesday
Stockholm, Sweden » Disembark am  
Sweden's capital, Stockholm, which sprawls over 14 islands, is often called the "Beauty on Water." Resting amid wooded hills, it is a city surrounded by water, firmly linked by over 50 bridges. Originally founded as a fortress in the 12th century, the earliest mention of Stockholm as a city was in the year 1252. By 1850, the city had less than 100,000 inhabitants. Today it is one of Europe's most prosperous cities with a population of over a million.
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